Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 7 1966, Page 6

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 6-B�nnington Banner thursday april 7, 19h6 shafts imry fran suey 442-6524 the Board of selectmen Las named town treasurer Clinton g. Mcdonald As their clerk to fill a vacancy made by the resignation of mrs. Ruth b. Lack. Save a Gas or electric Kenmore Range in in s 17489 delivered on the future of n four Lane Road Manchester town officials hold tight on Road opinion but Shaftsbury planners present a i front mrs. Ii \ Rah Iii s. Richardson organist to perform in Manchester Manchester it. Manchester a Barbette Slack Richardson Well known concert organist of Springfield will perform under the auspices of the Southern Vermont Art Center april 12 at 8 . At re c real estate mum Livshy r l i ii err. I run int Tel. 362-2360 Wani to sell your property ? we Are looking for listings in Manchester and Vicinity. Let us help you sell the first congregational Church Here. The program the first event on Svac s 1966 music Calendar will include Fantasie in f minor no. 2 by Mozart four chorale preludes by Bach and Cesar Franck s prelude fugue and variation. Mrs. Richardson will also play three works by modern composers including her own composition choral fantasy on a Leon Quot Leo Sowerby s suite for Organ and invocations by Henri Dallier. The generosity of the Church trustees in making the Fine concert Organ available for the recital plus mrs. Richardson s artistry and sensitive interpretation of music for the Organ Promise to make this an important musical event. Svac officials said there is no admission and everyone is invited to attend. Manchester Rhet Ringheiser 362-2073 or 375-2545 shop arrows thou last minute easier items read made baskets boat baskets Only 2 Tot 150 up to 79 up Complete sort ment of East or win 5c up arrows Manchester Center dial 362-1134 or. And mrs. Thomas w. Martin left March 28 for a six week trip to Europe which will include stops in Germany Austria and Hungary. At the end of the trip the Martins will visit Holland and see the annual Tulip festival there before returning to the United states by ship. David Brown of Manchester depot has been named to succeed atty. Robert e. West As advisor to explorer Post 33. Or. And mrs. George Heaslip were Home this week from Pompano Beach fla., where they were on a six week vacation. The he slips stopped off in new Jersey to visit relatives on their Way Home. Mrs. Frank w. Hall longtime Manchester resident marked an important Milestone in her life wednesday when she celebrated her 90th birthday. Mrs. Hall is now a resident of a nursing Home in Bennington. On tuesday a group of parishioners of Zion episcopal Church of which she is a member joined her in an Early birthday Celebration and took with them a decorated cake made by mrs Robert Clayton and a chrysanthemum Plant the gift of the Church women of Zion and St. Margaret a Guild. Making the trip were mrs. Winfield p. Warren of Dorset mrs. Earle Fowler mrs. Fred Rowe mrs. Orvis Sells. Ladies fishing clothes acres fishing clothes and. Clothes that have nothing what so Ever to do with fishing. Come see jul Tim of Michigan v p summer suits i adv \ an Leusen Jolt skirts Rainier a blouses and skirts Florence Walsh 100% Irish Linen dresses in Lucious Spring colons the Orvis company inc. Manchester Vermont 05254 . Bartlett mrs. Paul Todt Schunder mrs. Rate Scott and mrs. Robert Clayton All of Manchester. Four members of the senior High Pilgrim Fellowship at first congregational Church will be taken into the Church at Maundy thursday services tonight at 7 30. In the confirmation class Are Linda Day of Sunderland Peter Riker Kyle Johnson and Melanie Otis All of Manchester. Or. And mrs. Edwin l. Bigelow have returned Home following a a a vacation in Florida. A pre Al tool clinic for kindergarten children will be held at the Manchester welfare and nursing association tuesday april 12 Between to . And 12 noon. A Parent or guardian must be present and they Are asked to bring immunization records. Vow news notes at a regular meeting of the ladies auxiliary of Harned Fow Ler Post 6471, vow the following officers were elected for 1966-67 mrs. Jacalyn Hall president mrs. Mary Kent senior vice president mrs. Frances Mitchell Junior vice president mrs. Augusta Forest chaplain mrs. Joyce Hosley conduct Ress mrs. Betty Jones treasurer mrs. Anna Kent guard mrs. Christine Bentley trustee three years and mrs. Ethel Bowen Secretary. Mrs. Lynn Averill wife of Post commander Lynn Averill was elected conduct Ress of the ladies auxiliary of the department of Vermont at a Council of administration meeting in Springfield March 27. Mrs. Averill will Complete the unexpired term of mrs. Evelyn Therrien of Brattleboro who resigned. The local Post will elect new officers for 1966-67 tonight. Among bands in the loyalty Day Parade will be the vow targets from White River Junction. The band has a complement of 47 Young people from six to 18. Thirty of the group Are musicians and the balance makes up the color guard. The vow targets marched in the 1965 Parade Here. Ufeo Atefi lit. Slaved a candies assorted chocolates i la. Box .60 Ami. If your Bunny does no to like chocolates. How about ambush Spray colognel.50 up up my sin5.00 up . Kay Atta. . Reg. Phar. Whipple pharmacy Manchester Center 302-1101 by Chet Rin Heiser Manchester a in a joint meeting with members of the planning commission selectmen Here declined tuesday to offer a statement either of approval or criticism of the route of the new four Lane replacement for . 7 through Manchester which was unveiled last week by the state Highway department. In a joint statement the two groups said the plans were As yet too vague and subject to change to offer any Concrete basis for judgment. The plan for the new Road now provides for a new Branch of it. 30 that will run Westerly Cross Barnumville Road and link up with . 7 near the Montclair Motel. Just two weeks before the meeting with Manchester officials the Road was to extend through Manchester and link with . 7 near the Frank read farm North of Manchester Center near the Dorset line. As it stands now the four Lane portion will terminate just past the present it. 11-30. A hearing on the proposed route is scheduled for 7 30 . At the Manchester elementary school april 27. Selectmen and planning commission members decided they would like to have an expression of opinion from the Public before they take action to order a special town meeting to revote the regional planning Issue. The 30-Day period for filing voter petitions for revote has passed. The Only Legal Way now to Call a special town meeting is by order of selectmen. The commission and selectmen said they Felt there was confusion Between the regional planning article and current studies under Way on the establishment of a regional school District in the Tri Valley area. A partial study by the Banner revealed that More than 50 per cent of the voters who were questioned who voted both for and against the regional planning article did admit some confusion Between the two issues. Alfred of democrats Lister Choice Shaftsbury a democrats caucuses Here wednesday night and nominated two candidates for the Post of Lister to be filled at a special town meeting May 3. Names presented in nomination were William Stufflebeam and Alfred Wade. In subsequent voting Wade Defeated Stufflebeam by three votes. Twenty four attended the caucus. Of selectmen and commission have regional planning Shaftsbury a Shaftsbury residents will have a Chance to discuss the future in this area of a Roumane . 7 next thursday april 14 at 8 . In Cole Hall. Stearns Jenkins Advance planning Engineer for the state Highway department will be on hand to answer questions. Arrangements for the meeting which All residents Are urged to attend Are being made by the town planning committee. The group met tuesday night to discuss proposed Highway routes and came up with four unanimous opinions. The planners agreed the Highway for economic reasons and to Best serve Shaftsbury should be a limited Access. There must be an interchange South of Shaftsbury and close to where one has been proposed by the state Highway department near Oversea Road. The committee said it is against using present . 7 or the formerly proposed route West of . 7 As such routes would destroy too much property and investment at the present time. The committee also unanimously agreed that it is not in favor of architect Philip Linde s Easterly route As now proposed. The route As it is now proposed would create numerous difficulties for the town of Shaftsbury a spokesman for the Board said. According to the committee the agreements made tuesday should serve As stepping stones for future proposals made by the state Highway department. The committee said it is concerned that the Road be planned to the Best of the Highway department s ability so that in 20 years it will provide the Best service to the local area. Attending the planning meeting were Charles b. Lack chairman Thomas w. Hall jr., Ezekiel Cross jr., William Daileyjr. And col. Fairfax Ayres. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont a 686-9103 the Board the planning endorsed the concept. Manchester a rejection of the regional planning article in effect halts work by All Bennington county towns toward any planning Effort. If Manchester rejects the article again no revote will be possible until next town meeting. If the town refuses to enact the article by or at next town meeting the other towns in the county would presumably form a planning commission without Manchester participation. Town manager James l. Woodard told selectmen that according to a. W. Hilcken operations officer for the civil defense division of the dept of Public safety Manchester had no acceptable table of organization for its civil defense setup. Woodard was appointed civil defense coordinator for the town a few weeks ago. Woodard and selectmen Are taking action to fill the vacant positions to Forward for state approval. Woodard added that one organizational work is Complete and provision is made for radio jacks and a dispatcher Post in the fallout proof town office vault the town will be Able to qualify for 50 per cent Cost sharing with the state in the Purchase of surplus equipment for civil defense uses. At his request town agent John Hutton a retainer fee was raised by selectmen from $150 to $250 per year. The raise was in lieu of payment for Small and time consuming frequently Legal tasks performed by Hutton throughout the year. Town clerk Clara May Hemen Way outlined her request for furniture and accessories for the new town office building. The sum approved was $1,000 which will be covered by the Sale of two safes now in the town clerks office for a $1,000 total. Selectmen said they expected the new facility to be opened on or about june i. Miss Hemenway also requested Woodard to arrange for burning outdated records at the town dump. First class liquor licenses were approved for Harned Fow Ler Post 6471, vow and for the Flat Road restaurant and a second class License Vas okayed for the Iga super Market. Rile Pownal Vera Langlais 823-7716 scouts from the local troop will participate in a scout a Rama to be held May 13-15 at the Rutland Fairgrounds and will sponsor a Booth on leather Craft. An easter Ham project sponsored by the Pownal Parent teacher group was successful with three awards going to Leonard Duval David Mason and Fred Babcock. The next meeting of the group will take place april 12 at 8 . At the Center school. All parents Are urged to attend As it is expected that further discussion on modern math will be on the Agenda. Mrs. Lena Robertson Mother of or. Jasper Robertson celebrated her 96th birthday monday at the twin Brooks nursing Home in East Hoosick where she is a patient. Robert Harrington son of or. And mrs. Robert Harrington or. Of 8 fourth St. Returned to his Home last week and resumed his employment at the Dodge fibres corporation Here following two years in the . Army where he was stationed at fort Gordon a. Plain banquet officers of the Hoosick Falls Central school alumni association Are holding their second meeting tonight at 8 at the Home of mrs. Josep Magisano . I in Hoosick. Plans Are being made for the 93rd annual alumni banquet to be held after graduation in june. Classes to be honoured Are 50-year class of 1916, the 25-year class of 1941, the 10-year class of 1956, and the graduating class of 1966. Any member of these classes who is interested in helping con Svac awards Road contract Manchester a Robert c. Brewster vice president and chairman of the property committee of Southern Vermont Art Center said today that the contract for the sva Entrance Road has been let to the g amp h gravel co., of Manchester Center. Brewster said that work will begin immediately on the one mile private Road from the Entrance on Manchester s West Road around the Circle in front of the gallery and on to the outer Circle As far As the Box office path. A the location of the Road will remain the same Quot Brewster however All safety features have been considered and include widening the narrow Points on the Road where the Stream crosses installing guard rails on each Side of the Arkell curve and improving the Grade where needed. Another capital improvement authorized last fall by the trustees is also underway. Brewster said that the contract for installing heat in the downstairs galleries has been let to Winslow plumbing heating and contracting co. Of Manchester Center. Tact members of their class should Call president Kasmer j. Stempek at 686-7313. Mrs. Zentz a a Ai ii a leads Bow i nit Manchester a at the annual meeting of the Manchester business and professional women a club wednesday night mrs. Irma Zentz was re elected president. Mrs. Edna t. Wright is first vice president mrs. Betty Kam Ber second vice president mrs. Laura Burnham treasurer mrs. Betty Finnegan recording Secretary and mrs. Wilma Keller corresponding Secretary. All Are re elections except mrs. Keller. Chairman of the nominating committee was miss Margaret Dougherty. At the meeting mrs. Ethel Wells read a summary of the activities of Valerie Crane of Manchester who will graduate from Bennington College this year. Miss Crane now practice teaching at the Dorset elementary school attended the meeting. She is the club s candidate in the Vermont Young careerist Competition to be held at the state convention. Bromley aft shop Bromley ski Peru it. A re % Zau Sytz last Call for i lr1 uses to size 14 suits blouses to i4 hats purses a Coats s8�s19� s2,slos10�?T5 s5� to s16�?� infants to Rize 14 $1.98 to $5.95 $1.98 to $3.95 $1.00 to $1.98 Gaudette a children s shop Manchester it. V 9

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