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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 30, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-H�nnington Banner saturday april 30, 1966 real estate transfers town clerk miss Mary Hodeck reports the following real estate transfers were recorded in her car rentals vain new York up a National Auto rental and leasing volume could Well surpass the $1 billion Mark in 1966, in the opinion of Steven j. Ross president of Kinney service corporation. Ross whose company is a leading Auto renter As Well As a major Factor in car parking said projected 1966 figures would Mark the fifth consecutive year of record figures for the Auto rental and leasing Field. Office during the period april 22 a april 29 april 27 a Theodore r. And Lillian e. Beatty to John c. And Marjorie c. Page All of Bennington property in Bennington Village along the North line of Grandview Street South of lands owned by Garrison and Lawson. April 27 a Helen and Katherine Cusick to Robert o. And Alice a. Samuel All of Bennington one acre of land in Bennington bounded on the West of lands of the Rutland Railroad and Distant 175 feet on its Southern line from property now or formerly of Gygax. Deposits received through of each month Are credited with. Dividend for full month Bennington co operative savings amp loan association 116h South St. Bennington Tel. 442-5811 moving in a new furniture from Haynes and Kane inc. This week was being moved in to the new Nichols Christian education building at the first Baptist Church. Dedication services for the major addition Are being planned for sunday june. 5. Hagerman the old and the new of it you can make an old piece of furniture look like new a or give a new piece the charming appearance of age. Antiquing is the key word a and the new antiquing kits Are the Short Cut. No need to remove old finishes with most of these kits a All that Messy scraping scouring and scrubbing Are things Quot in a loved. At Pine Crest a Tel. 447-71 19 Vermont licensed Kennel Pine Crest boarding Kennel 3 Miles South of 4. A. 7 bathroom planning starts with ideas if you want a separate Shower an extra door and simple partitions assure Complete privacy to both Shower and bathroom. Where absolute privacy is less of a Factor than Cost the extra Shower can be installed alongside the tub without the expense of extra door and full partitions. . Winslow plumbing and heating Supply co. 303 depot St. Bennington it. Dial 442-6308 of the past. But done to Overlook the preparations which Are necessary or you la forfeit professional looking results. The National paint varnish and lacquer association has a few Basic rules some work saving ideas and artistic techniques to suggest. Your first step is the removal of any and All hardware that can be taken off without damage to your furniture. Then remove All drawers doors a and even legs of you like a to be painted separately. After these initial preparations Are completed its time for a thorough clean up. Scrub All surfaces with Tri sodium phosphate ammonia and water or an abrasive household detergent using a Small Brush to clean hard to reach areas. Wash off All traces of the cleaning agent with Clear water allow the surfaces to dry and you re ready to Sand. In this sanding stage it is important that you keep in mind that the ultimate results of your antiquing Job May depend on whether or not the sanding is done properly. Use three varying grades of Sand paper usually provided in your kit. Begin with the coarsest of the three and put finishing touches on with the finest one. Sanding which smoother your surface and insures the adhesion of paint is made easier by using a wooden Block covered with the Sand paper a coarse Side out. A few More sanding tips to remember a deep cuts and abused areas need not be sanded North Adams firm has Mercedes franchise North Adams mass. A Berkshire sports cars inc., of North Adams has been awarded the Berkshire county franchise to sell and service Mercedes Benz products in this area according to an announcement made today by Mercedes Benz of North America. Richard e. Scarafoni president of the firm said his company is presently constructing an addition to its show rooms on state Street to accommodate the new franchise. E. Paul Beauchamp of North Adams is general manager and Alan Morrison of Pownal vt., sales manager. The addition is expected to be completed by May i. Smooth because they will absorb More of the color Toner producing the popular Quot distressed effect always with the Grain of the Wood and fold the Sand paper using the Edge for Small crevices and carved trim. If however you wish to Correct scratches and Mars a plastic Wood filler will do the Job and can be sanded smooth after fully dry. After the sanding is completed Dampen a cloth with Mineral spirits and Clear All surfaces of dust. When dry the piece is ready for its undercoating. One warning remember to read Label instructions carefully and stir the coating thoroughly to make sure that no pigment is lingering at the Bottom of the can. Apply Only enough of this coat to completely cover the surface and then allow a minimum of 12 hours a preferably 24 a of drying time. Sand lightly and you re ready for the artistic part. After stirring the Toner vigorously with a wooden paddle and Reading Label instructions carefully apply a very thin coat of color to your surface. Use a wide Brush making Long even strokes with the Grain of the Wood. Done to attempt to follow the exact Grain because the rubbing will create a surprising authentic Wood Grain appearance. Pay special attention to carved trim and shallow depressions painting them first and making sure that none Are Quot flooded with Toner. Let this color layer sit for 30 to 45 minutes before beginning to rub. Using cheese cloth a dry Brush steel Wool or whatever you like a simply apply a layer of imagination. But done to forget to step Back and Check your Progress often to make sure you Arentt Quot Over or Large Flat areas should be rubbed first in Long even strokes. A Feather touch is Best at first with More pressure applied Only if you want a lighter finished product. All done Admire your Quot new antique and congratulate yourself a for with Only one project you be shown How imaginative modern artistic and economical you Are. Easy Wasny to it More co Lor i red for cities Chicago up a at last a Little color seems headed for americans cities. With any Luck the Dull drab Urban blah will begin to disappear in a tide of red Green Orange Blue and Gold As City dwellers Start realizing everything does t have to look Gray. Chicago has a new civic Center and it is dark Brown but things could be worse. It could be Concrete color which most of the buildings Are around Here. You a think there was a Law against color the Way most buildings avoid it. And that includes the new Glass buildings too. Glass Isnit exactly colourful. The people in these Glass buildings could of course break the color Barrier by brightening the acres of Glass with draperies in shades other than Buff eggshell or Oyster. But maybe nobody Ever told them. There is a new Blue Cross Blue shield building going up Here and it will be Buff coloured. What a bet somebody missed by not adopting the company a name for the color scheme. Colors like Buff tend to Wash out on Gray Days and those Are the times when City people need cheering. Builders of downtown office buildings May be catching up with factories. Those once grim structures have been showing up lately in Rainbow Robes. Manufacturers heard that an attractive place to work is considered a fringe Benefit. And colors done to Cost much More than non colors. Even the roads seem to be headed for color splashing. The Cook county Highway department is test painting some Concrete retaining Walls along Chicago expressways. The department feels a coat of paint beautifies the Concrete As Well As slows the aging process. Women have known this for years. Some people can to Walt for the City to get colourful. Michael Sorkin 17, Alexandria va., a University of Chicago student recently led fellow students in an artistic assault on a Dull Gray Fence that surrounded a construction site. The students turned the Fence into a Block Long abstract mural. University officials shooed away police. The police thought the students were defacing the Fence which already had been defaced with the dumb Gray paint the construction people ordered on it. With any Luck the cities will get More sunny streets. Tho Roseal Bra Howoy v to pm a a my for masonry and Concrete above and below Grade exterior and Interior Quick Seal finish of a Quot Quot a. Distinction and Beauty Morse c amp b Block inc. Shaftsbury re. Dial 442-2260 Charlesll. Mather acquires Tri state assets of the Tri state credit Bureau in Bennington were purchased this month by Charles h. Mather former manager of the Vermont National Bank Here. Mather is re opening the Bureau under a new name the it. Anthony credit Bureau inc. He says that services formerly rendered by Tri state a supplying credit information and performing collection services a will be expanded under the new management. The it. Anthony credit Bureau will serve Vermont Eastern new York and Northern Massachusetts. Its offices in the Vermont National Bank building on Putnam Square will be open full time weekdays and until i . Saturdays. Mather brings to his new venture 16 years of experience in the financial and collection Fields. Before coming to the Vermont National Bank last year he was associated with Yegen associates a financial consultants to Banks a and managed territories in new Jersey and new York state. Mather said he looks Forward to continuing to serve local businessmen. He said his plans to expand the new credit Bureau will involve the hiring of additional personnel in the future. Changing the guard a Hugh Morgan left of Woodstock is the new president of the Vermont state association of plumbing and heating contractors in recent elections at the Woodstock inn. At the right is outgoing president Richard Fonteneau of Bennington. New auxiliary officers new officers elected by the ladies auxiliary of Vermont association of plumbing and heating contractors Are from the left mrs. Beverly Morgan of Woodstock president mrs. Thyra Stannard of South Dorset vice president and mrs. Thomas Symonds Secretary treasurer of Montpelier. John ii. Moore building contractor Arlington Vermont Hodgson pre manufactured Homes for further information brochure Etc. Cali Arlington 375-2565 / a Saal re roof roofing of All types easy terms Mur iome phone \ 42-2317 Monument 115 he att St. Roofing amp Sii act Metal co. Bennington old or new your Home can have clean compact convenient electro Mode modern electric heat you can eliminate the Gamble Well guarantee your electric heat operating Cost for Complete heating satisfaction Quot Deal with the dealer who guarantees your electric heat operating Cost. 1 it insulation participating Klei try heat dealers Griffin electric co., inc. Main St., Bennington Benjamin w. Hulett Shaftsbury e. A. Carneau East Arlington 447-7733 475-2527 375-2861 insolation applicator Thurlow sales amp service Wallingford it. Tel. 416-2081

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