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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 21, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday april 21, 1966manchester to serve school District new 18-Hole Golf course planned at Manchester Chet to i w �?�3sz mt3 of j7s 545 a Manchester a a group of local citizens and businessmen with the Blessing of the Manchester area development corp. Have initiated action to build an 18-Hole championship level Golf course on land now under option on old Senecal farm on . 7 North of Beech Street. In announcement late wednesday Richard c. Bartholomae president of the development group said plans for the new venture had been in process about nine months and that a Legal option to buy the More than 150-acre plot of land had been concluded Between the Golf committee and the Vermont investment corp., owners of the land. According to Bartholomae the three stage option runs until april of next year. Bartholomae said the Golf committee has retained the Well known Golf architect Geoffrey Cornish of Amherst mass., to make preliminary surveys of the land which according to Bartholomae have been quite encouraging. Bartholomae emphasized that the Senecal property was not the Only site being considered but that for the present it offered the most in terms of terrain nearness to Maior roads and capacity for development into a major Golf area. It was also emphasized that plans for the area Are not Complete and details and financing have to be worked out before course construction will become a certainty. Bartholomae said financing of the course would come from Public subscription from residents and businessmen in the Manchester Arlington Peru Dorset and Danby areas and from a possible Federal participation Grant from the Farmers Home administration of the . Department of agriculture. Bartholomae said business in the Manchester area and said the development of Golf courses in several ski areas is an example of initiatives taken to keep tourists coming in summer and Winter As Well. Local Golf clubs now Are either private As the Kwan of or linked with a hotel like the Equinox so that Manchester has really no resort attractions left save fishing and sightseeing he said. The Golf committee had been in recent moves by both courses have removed golfing privileges heretofore extended to certain Motel guests in the Manchester area. Touch with and had the cooperation of e. Roger Wilcox of Manchester who is on the regional advisory committee of the Federal group. Playing privileges for use of the course would be linked with resident and business subscript tons Bartholomae said. Bartholomae cited the economic necessity for retaining resort initial Cost for the Golf course was set at about $400,000 which includes buildings and course layout and also provides for Complete irrigation from tee to 18th Hole. If the irrigation system is installed it will be the largest in Vermont Bartholomae said. Manchester Lions line i p acts for two night show Manchester a participants in the annual i ions Western variety show scheduled for Friday and saturday nights at the Manchester elementary school were outlined today by Rudy Heiland show chairman and director of music. Solos Are scheduled by Linda Eaton Virginia Andrews Paul for fish i to and boating better hurry season opens apr. 30th kens sport shop Manchester ctr. Tel. 362 2569 growing time Ruff n Tough seed grass Plant n grow vegetables amp plants Only 59< 5 la b a$1.19 Grossman amp Mandeville Flower amp veg. Seeds 15< up Metal or plastic window boxes up Garrow a Manchester Center it. Dial 362-1 134 Sheldon Roy Barstow Mabel Thompson Arlene Heiland Louis Raich of Danby and Sandy Sargent. Dances by the Ducharme school of the dance Are scheduled As Well As Solo dances by Darlene Fielding Princess Crawford of Arlington Pamela Blair Frances Sheldon As Well As dance numbers by the Manchester Lions club. Wes Jordan will present a Fly casting demonstration. The a a Keyes boys will play a guitar duet. Song duets Are scheduled by Howard and Virginia Whittemore of Rutland Linda Pennock and Rosemarie land and by Edward Sargent and Louis Raich and Rex and aggie Sheldon. Songs by the boy scouts girl scouts and gab scouts and the singing of a group comprised of Pamela Reynolds Joan Thompson Alison Otis Cindy Zandy and Lucy Kent As Well As chorus members will round out the program. Stage lighting and setting is by Bob Edson Lambert Zoller Rex Sheldon Rudy Heiland Edward Sargent Fred Jones and Fred Miller. Pianist is Louise Harris audio by Justin Mueller awards by Mitch Syrkin and advertising Donald Powers. Co chairman with Heiland is Roy w. Barstow. The Lions club has expressed special thanks to the Miles lumber co., for the loan of a ranch Fence and to Brown and Hitchcock for materials used for staging. Hit Creek Eleanor Niles a regular meeting of the Ridge riders Saddle club will be held april 25 at the Field. Mrs. Sarah Allen of Cambridge was a recent guest at the Home of mrs. Fannie Pierce and mrs. Marjorie Hawks. There will be a card party at the schoolhouse Friday evening at 8. Orvis Sells. Ladies fishing clothes acres fishing clothes and. Clothes that Hove nothing what so Ever to do with fishing. Come see on May 2 at 8 . All in it Terestea parents Are invited to a period of orientation and discussion at Manchester elementary school prior to registering their child for kindergarten. School directors have set june i As the cutoff Date so that transportation contracts can be negotiated. Parents moving into the Community after this Date will be allowed to Register their children according to Donald r. Shanks principal. A regular meeting of the Vermont federation of Republican women will be held april 26 at the Home of mrs. Harold Harwood at 8 . Miss Susan Miller and Dennis Edson both students at Burr and Burton Seminary will describe their trip to Plymouth . For the Model . The Garden club of Manchester will hold its first meeting since january. April 28 at Avalanche motor Lodge in Manchester depot. Mrs. Mary Van Shalk of Cavendish will give a slide illustrated talk on tulips. Hostess is mrs. Howard Manley. The rotary club met monday instead of tuesday night this week at the Quality restaurant while the worthy inn is closed for renovation. Club president Clarence Pete Comar said he thought the club would probably be meeting at his main Street restaurant for the next three weeks. No speaker was scheduled at the last meeting. The Manchester wednesday night at Burr and Burton Seminary. A scheduled talk by the Rev. Robert l. Clayton co chairman of the Tri Valley regional school steering committee was cancelled and instead Burton p. Brown a teacher at Manchester elementary school spoke to some 40 parents and teachers on his impressions of Manchester As a Community and As an environment for the teaching profession and education. Mrs. Albert Webb Well known Manchester artist has been named one of 35 nationwide winners of the Benedictine painting contest. Her painting will hang in the gallery of the manufacturers Hanover Trust company in new York City for three weeks in late May and june. Vow notes new entries have been announced in the loyalty Day Parade according to officials of Harned Fowler Post 6471, vow sponsors of the annual Parade which will begin sunday at 2 . Manchester business and professional women have said they will participate though the nature of the participation was not Given. Another entry in the Parade is a group of riders from the Royal Riding club of fort Ann . A a a buddy poppy girl a fire engine and antique cars will be the entry of the Bennington vow Post As Well As the marchers of the military order of the cooties of the Green Mountain Pup tent no. 2. Girl scout units from Arlington Shaftsbury Manchester and cub scouts and brownies and boy scouts from Manchester will also take part. Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 St. Mary s auxiliary will sponsor a bus trip to new York april 30 for the Sisters of St. Joseph. Reservations must be made before april 27. Any person wishing further information May Call Jem Fleming or Terry Wir Musky. Dorset principal to coordinate programs for disadvantaged Ylen of Michigan summer suits lady Nan Heusen in Golf skirts Tanner blouses Aud skirts Florence also 1 10% Irish Linen dresses colors the Orvis company inc. Manchester. Vermont 05254 by re Hen Skinner Dorset a mrs. Helen Mach principal of the Dorset elementary school for the past eight years has accepted the newly created position of coordinator of programs for the disadvantaged in the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union school District made available through Federal funds received under title i of Public Law 89-10, elementary secondary education act. Mrs. Mach was appointed by members of the districts school boards at their meeting monday. The Dorset school Board accepted her resignation with regret at its april meeting to free her for her duties May 2. Mrs. Audrey Mach English teacher for Dorset a grades 6, 7 and 8 has been appointed by the Dorset school Board to fill the vacancy of teaching principal for the duration of the school year. She has accepted the contract of full principal beginning next september. As coordinator of programs for the disadvantaged mrs. Helen Mach will have her office in supt. Nell e. Cross office in Manchester Center. During the month of May and june she Good Bye Fop inf color gue amp Woric p to. A a co ? be sure it s a Ltd amps amp Toby paints inside and out hardware Manchester ctr. A dial 362-1625 new Job a mrs. Helen Mach principal of the Dorset elementary school will fill the newly created position of coordinator of programs for the disadvantaged in the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union school District. Here she works with three Dorset students Chet Phillips Jeffrey Taylor and Clifford Beebe t in a special study group. Skinner anticipates visiting schools in the District where she will meet the teachers observe classes and acquaint herself with the needs of the children. Mrs. Mach foresees that her duties will involve a variety of areas that will assist teachers in the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union school District in meeting the needs of educationally deprived children. She Manchester Village town set Cost ratio for lighting will Aid beginning teachers or teachers new to the area in How to plan program conduct orientation periods at the beginning of the school year she will acquaint teachers with new materials available that will Ald in special programs and advise in curricular changes were needed she will assist teachers by administering and interpreting results of certain special testing programs. She will also plan in service training through planned workshops where new teaching methods May be demonstrated and explained. Mrs. Mach brings to her new position both experience and familiarity with the area As the result of 28 years of classroom teaching not Only in Dorset where she has taught grades 5, 6 and 7 As Well As Departmentalized social studies but also in her Home town of Pawlet where she taught grades 7 and 8. In 1937-1941 she taught grades 1-8 in Danby schools. Her educational background includes training from Castleton state College an . Degree from Ulm and coursework from Plattsburgh. She is the wife of Rudolph Mach of Pawlet and they Are the parents of three children Leah a Junior at Granville High school and two sons Philip and Daniel both elementary Grade students in Granville. By Chet Ringh Eiser Manchester a selectmen said at a meeting tuesday the planning commission would distribute petitions of intent on the regional planning Issue to see if some Public sentiment on a revote of the regional planning Issue could be determined. Selectmen barred calling a special town meeting for the re vote on their own authority. So far requests for Public opinion on the Issue have brought no response. Selectmen said they Are reluctant a to Force the Issue Down the Public a Village of Manchester trustees g. Murray Campbell and Thomas g. Cochrane both endorsed the regional planning concept in response to questioning by selectmen. Both trustees were at the meeting to determine the sharing formula for Village Street lighting costs. Selectmen agreed after consultation with Campbell and Cochrane to rebate five eighths of the payments made by Village residents toward the Cost of town lighting. Village residents $3,700 a year for Streetlight Bills but also remit $2,980 to the town for town wide Street lighting charges. In effect the action by selectmen Means that five eighths or about $1,862 will be remitted by the town to the Village of Manchester each year. The formula is based on the same percentage us the Road remittance rate and came about this year As a result of the Assumption of the town of fire District i. Officially the town takes Over the fire District july i so the first payment to the Village will be based on six months of Light ing costs. Payment will be made to the Village selectmen said sometime after Jan. I 1967. Though selectmen set no firm policy on the appearance at meetings of town agent John Hutton they said it would be desirable if the attorney could be present for a Short time to answer any Legal questions that May come up. Hutton a retainer was upped from $150 to $250 at the last meeting in lieu of payment for Small but frequent and necessary Legal services performed by the town agent. Selectmen voted to permit the use of town truck during a cleanup week at a Date to be determined. The action was in Coopee Tion with the Garden club of Man Chester. The town truck will pick up refuse on . 7 from the Village line to the North Road on it. 30 and 11-30 from the West Branch of the Batten kill to Richville and in Richville and Barnumville Section from . 7 to the new Bridge. Letters concerning the effect of the new four Lane replacement of . 7 were read from Charles h. Lench jr., president of the ral Jerich corp., and from Samuel and Anita Hatcher owners of the toll Road motor Lodge. A second letter from Lench was also read in which he outlined an alternate plan for the Manchester interchange which would keep present it. 11-30 intact and not disturb traffic patterns by business in Manchester depot. Selectmen acknowledged their concern for effects of the coming Road on area business but said it was too Early to endorse any route for the Road until Highway department plans Are More Concrete. Presumably these plans will be presented in con spectacular savings on Kenmore "600�?� portable dishwasher Crete form at a Public meeting april 27 and would be the basis for any approval or Digap. Proval by the town fathers. A letter of thanks to the Manchester police department from Theodore Bremer expressed gratitude for the work of police in solving and recovering goods stolen from his Home on the West Road a month ago. Selectmen and town manager James l. Woodard meet with assistant District Highway superintendent Nelson Williams to determine summer Road work schedules. First class liquor licenses were granted to the Colburn House inc. Batten kill Valley aerie 5551 foe a Auberge restaurant the Harvest inn restaurant and Avalanche motor Lodge. Second class licenses were signed for grand Union stores inc., ral Jerich corp., and Healy inc. . Cut $35 now Only $154 95 Sears Manchester. It i Lenl Litts. One = Manchester Center Vermont i Tel. 363-2360 real estate Quot la cenerentola9 wins Praise from Hoosick Falls audience Hoosick Falls . A nearly 700 persons filled Hoosick Falls Central school auditorium wednesday night for the metropolitan opera studio production of the comedy opera a a la Cene Rentola Cinderella by Rossini. The magnificent voices and performances of the professional stars together with the colourful costumes and sets and the delightful Story portrayed captured the applause of an appreciative audience which brought the stars Back for three curtain Calls. Yipu travel Book Quot Europe on $5 a Day and. Others to choose from All at $1.95 remember our up records at discount. Always Mao Tom books Manchester Center it. The i. 362-1 126 the cast of the metropolitan opera studio stars included Janet Meyer As la Cen Rentola Cynthia Barnett As Clorinda Jacklyn Schneider As Thisbe Jonathan Rigg As do Ranuro Leslie Guinn As Dandini Frank Summers As Aniforo and Robert Petersen As Don Magnifico. Robert Jones was at the piano. The performance sponsored through cooperation of the school and Hoosick Falls kiwanis club was made possible with the support of the new York state Council of arts allowing the Cost of the tickets to be at a minimum. Many students were among those who attended. Manchester teacher makes study report Manchester a mrs. Edna t. Wright Manchester elementary school Junior High social science teacher and president of the Vermont department of classroom teachers made a report on the National study conference a a Opportunity for responsibility held in Washington Over the 1965 thanksgiving weekend at the 12-state Northeast regional conference of the National department of classroom teachers in Harrisburg pa., april 13-16. Mrs. Wright was also on a panel for a discussion of a a initiating the contract at the three Day conference. The local teacher was one of five teachers who represented Vermont. A coming soon. Center lanes Manchester a new Bowling lanes with latest modern equipment free parking cocktail lounge 41 locker rentals 41 restaurant 41 air conditioned 41 pocket Billard pm. I it s newest and most modern Brunswick a-2 automatic planes prime league times now available for both leagues and teams our service and co operation is guaranteed to be unsurpassed in the area. For further information Contact Ron Greene Bonnet Street Manchester Center phone 362-1177 Glem or Guido Forte Rutland Bowle Rama Rutland it. Phone 773-7707

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