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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 9, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Al least not in �?~63 no additions planned to paved roads Here just poking around or Agnes Rockwood Library notes the 18 Miles of hard surfaced roads now included in Bennington s town Highway system is a a reasonable amount one which we feel the town can adequately support a Bennington selectmen said this week. Their comment came in response to inquiries about the boards policy regarding the Black Topping of additional sections of dirt roads. The 18 Miles represents about 35 per cent of the 50-plus Miles of roads which the town Highway department services. The proportion selectmen said has been described As a pretty Rich by Ivor s. Pelsue state Highway District Engineer. Selectmen said the state figures it costs More than $600 a mile per year to maintain the hard surfaced roads. This compares to about $150 a mile per year for graded gravel roads. A mile of original hard surfacing costs Between $10,000 and $15,000 depending on the condition of the base. Selectmen eight years ago embarked on a major Black Topping program. In 1957 a a year of major Effort a six Miles of Road were Black topped. Today a selectmen among them veterans Leon r. Eldred and Richard Vansantvoord said their goal in recent years has been to a hold fast on the town tax rate in fact the general fund rate has decreased slightly in each of the last three years. Partially accounting for this has been reductions in the general fund Highway budget though these were made in part in anticipation of increased Revenue from the town Highway tax because of a larger Grant list. In any Case selectmen said hard surfacing of additional sections of Road must be justified on the basis of traffic count and settlement along the Road obviously interrelated factors. They rely on the state Highway department to determine when a level of Road activity has been reached which justifies Black Topping. They did not know the exact criteria which the department uses in its determinations but noted that traffic counts of various town roads Are taken periodically. Selectmen said no hard surfacing projects Are scheduled this summer. The Board will however include funds in the 1964 budget for Black Topping Oversea Road. I employment compensation to be aired James mereness of Montpelier executive vice president of the associated industries of Vermont will speak wednesday about amendments to Vermont a unemployment compensation Law at a luncheon meeting sponsored by the Industry division of the greater Bennington association. The meeting will begin at 12 15 . At the Paradise restaurant. Goa has invited the Public As Well As Goa members to attend. In his talk mereness who is considered an expert on Indus try government relations in the state is expected to Deal with the effects of the act on business. Under the provisions of the act the maximum wage on which employers will pay tax contributions has been raised from $3,000 to $3,600. In addition the Law provides for new tax schedules designed to insure maintenance of the unemployment Reserve fund at a desirable level. Come to Headquarters for used Ramblers Ana other most popular cars i Schev esl a a Olds a Psi come see these and Many More be amp ctr used car buys Summit special with every select used car get a a dec portable fac Ifcic transistor radio i. 024.� value Vav \ a a 1957 Chevrolet 4 or. Sedan / \ / v std. Trans., clean. $595 1960 rambler american 2 or. Sta. Wag. Overdrive for extra savings. Heater clean one owner. $995 1961 Falcon 4 or. Sedan radio amp Heater 4 new Whitewall tires excellent. $1295 1960 rambler 6 Chi. Sta. Wag. One owner perfect condition. $1295 1960 ambassador 4 or. Sedan automatic drive Power steering Power brakes sole Glass radio Heater and Many other extras. $1595 1960 Ford Fairlane 4 door Sedan radio Heater reconditioned for Many Low Cost Miles.$1075 i960 valiant 4 door Sedan radio Heater new tires.$1095 i960 Volkswagen 2 door Sedan clean one owner top foreign car. Excellent second car.$1150 1961 Ford Falcon 4 or. Wagon Standard transmission radio Heater White with red interior.$1495 Ramblers new car Success Means better used cars for less. Many other cars to choose from Mummy s Bugbee inc. International trucks 945 e. Main St., benn., it. Rambler cars Tel. 2-5320 the new Auriesville . Shrine dining Hall capable of serving More than 500 persons per hour will be dedicated at 3 . Sunday according to the Rev. William a Schlaerth j.j., director of the shrine of the North american martyrs. The massive air conditioned dining Hall is located on the Westerly Hill overlooking the Mohawk Valley the new York thur Way and new York 5-s. Large picture windows open the picturesque area to the diners. Completion of the Hall Marks the largest project undertaken there since 1930. Pilgrims and tourists have been visiting the shrine since 1885 when the site was known As the Mohawk Indian Village of of ser Nenon. In recent years More than 250,000 persons from All Over the world have visited the religious site. The interstates men senior drum and Bugle corps who represent the Berkshire county Council american legion and Charles Brady american legion Post in Waterford ., will put on the halftime show for a National football league exhibition game saturday afternoon Between the new York giants and the Chicago bears. The game is scheduled for 2 . At Cornell University a Schollkopf Field in Ithaca . It also will be telecast by delayed broadcast later that Day from a station in new York As Well As in Chicago. Saturday night the interstates men will compete in a contest at Fulton ., under the auspices of the Fulton gauchos. Of photos of the a countless Young Salmon in the River Mulkear leaping 8 or to feet to top of Ballyclough dam appeared in the times wednesday. A trave list a a column by mrs. Max Hazel Bergeron of Enosburg Falls which appeared in five upstate weeklies recently pays compliment to two area tourist places a the bulrushes and the vermonter. The Bergeronn had intended to stay at the vermonter but found a a no vacancy sign. They stopped anyway and were referred to the bulrushes. Mrs. Bergeron writes a. Seated on our Little Flagstone Entrance overlooking rolling Vermont Hills and a glowing Sunset we wondered a where Are the bulrushes a then came a thought a i think it said on the Entrance sign that the Many a name was Moses. A sure enough a Frank and Betty Moses operate this Beautiful spot with its perfectly arranged rooms. There Are also such thoughtful additions As a Bible a Jigsaw Puzzle cards and a card table a framed list of Bennington churches on the Wall a breakfast menu from the vermonter where we also had perfect meal miniature Golf Lawn games playground Library and to lounge. A Moses a and the bulrushes a and As Moses and his people encamped at the foot of it. Sinai so it. Anthony keeps guard Over this modern Camp rising majestically in the background a tile Moses also received a letter from mrs. Bergeron saying that it was a a most Beautiful place to Earl Tripp of North Branch Street who has been in Chicago attending the 65th annual convex Tion of the National fratt a order of eagles reports that a initial Grant of $25,000 has been made to the organization to establish a Max Baer heart research Laboratory. Tripp is a Max Baer heart fund committeeman. The Laboratory will be constructed in connection with Sutter Hospital in Sacramento calif., the former heavyweight champions Hometown. Former world heavyweight boxing Champion James j. Braddock presented the Money to Jimmy Durante who in turn will give it to the Hospital later this summer when he appears at the California state fair. At the National conclave the eagles Are expected to allocate a total of $100,000 for medical research. The Max Baer heart fund is one of several fund raising activities conducted by the one million member fraternal unit. Baer died in 1959 after a heart attack. He was a Long time Active Eagle. Oscar Godbout jr., formerly of Bennington who writes the outdoor column a Wood Field and Stream in the new York times is providing interesting accounts of his experiences abroad As Well As a few of the Many photos he has taken. He has now left Scotland and is in Ireland. A couple county charged with 7 per cent of Vermont a car mishaps in july of the 1,174 motor vehicle accidents reported in Vermont during july 82 a or 7 per cent a occurred in Bennington county according to a monthly report issued by the Vermont department of motor vehicles. Reporting the largest number of accidents was Chittenden county with 197, or 17 per cent. Washington county with 138, Rutland with 118 and Windsor with 113 followed. New from about 58 per cent of the accidents involved two or More vehicles. Another 26 per cent involved a vehicle and a fixed object. Six per cent involved a vehicle and an animal and 2 per cent a vehicle and another moving object a a bicycle Wagon or train. Eleven fatalities were reported during july a one pedestrian four Drivers and six passengers. At least 510 persons were injured in Auto mishaps during the month. Of the Drivers involved in accidents reported in july 78 per cent were residents of Vermont to per cent were from other new England states and 4 per cent were from new York. About 67 per cent of the accidents occurred during Daylight hours. Special ladder display labelled pot men only9 Bennington Banner Friday August 9, 1963-5 Garden club hears talks on landscape designing lodging guide now available Mere 350, 35 horsepower 2 cylinders in line Mercury s most powerful twin new super Magneto Power dome combustion Chambers. Many parts patterned a Ter. And interchangeable Quot with powerful Mere 1000. Optional electric starting. Black trimmed in Chrome. Recommended or skiing. Fishing cruising runabouts work boats houseboats Pontoon boats barges and general Utility Bennington garage corp. Main Street Bennington Burlington a the 1963 edition of a the worlds oldest and most widely used lodging guide a the hotel and Motel red Book a is off the press and ready for use by the residents of Vermont according to Harold l. Wheeler president of the Vermont hotel Motel association. Wheeler said the Book contains Well Over 1,000 pages of information on hotels motels and resorts throughout the United states Canada and the rest of the Western hemisphere. The red Book is published annually and is the official directory of the american hotel and Motel association leading Trade group for operators of hotels and motels a members of the Vermont hotel Motel association Are members of a amp May said Wheeler a and Are listed in the new edition of the red Book. The Public May consult copies of the red Book at any a amp a member hotel or information on Purchase of the Book May be had by writing Robert l. Allcott executive Secretary of the Vermont hotel Motel association 212 Gryphon building Rutland. By Agnes c. Norton acting librarian libraries Are just for kids students and housewives while we cannot compete with the a Bunny clubs a the Library offers the men of Bennington some fascinating ideas and informatics in its special ladder mounted display of books labelled a strictly if you want to write a technical report grow bigger roses make a speech arrange a banquet improve your sales paint your living room or build a cupboard be a better father collect coins improve your Golf score or if you want to learn More about your Job a be it air conditioning advertising electricity production management real estate the retail business Industrial relations or if you want your Barbecue sauce to be the a talk of the town a come and climb that ladder at the Library. During the summer a pamphlet file has been developed As a reference Ald. At present the file consists of More than 500 items covering such subjects As vocations travel peace corps Home making social Security and veterans benefits and forestry. Special sections Are devoted to pamphlets on Bennington and Vermont. This material May be borrowed. A number of county residents including several from Benning a it a attended Green sabres Day festivities sunday in Schuylerville . The annual event was the ninth celebrated the Green sabres drum and Bugle corps whose business manager is Angelo Gentile. The Parade which had six divisions this year was a highlight of the Day. In memory of mrs. Thomas Foster sr., friends contributed funds with which the following books have been purchased for the Library Stevenson a Home Book of quotations a 9th de. A great paintings from the metropolitan museum of Art a Little a Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art collection a Berti a Raphael a Raster a a Putnam a concise mythological dictionary a a Harper encyclopedia of science a 4 vols. Miss Pauline a. Lamb of North Adams mass., formerly with the a Ray department at Putnam memorial Hospital has been appointed an insurance consultant for the North Adams District of the metropolitan life insurance co., the first woman to hold such a position in the District it has been announced. She is a graduate of the Franklin county Public Hospital school of a Ray technology and was registered in this Field in the american registry of x Ray technicians. She served on the staff of the Franklin county Hospital in Greenfield before coming to Putnam memorial Hospital. Afterwards she went to doctors Park Williamstown mass. Leaving the Field of a Ray technology she was Western Massachusetts District manager for the electronic computer programming Institute of new York City and for the past year has held a secretarial position with the Wall Streeter shoe co. In North Adams. The circulation for july totalled 6,378 books including 3,227 165 delinquent parking tickets said settled a Bennington Village crackdown on delinquent parking meter violation tickets has resulted in settlement of 165 tickets issued in 1962 or prior years Village atty. John h. Williams ii has informed Village trustees. The owners of the three outstanding tickets have been served warrants to appear in municipal court Here to face fines Williams added. They will apparel Cly join two other scofflaws no paid court fines last month for failure to act on the delinquent tickets. Williams told trustees a parking violations Are now current through the 1962 registration he said the police department a reports violations for 1963 registrations Are being paid at an improved motorists issued meter violation tickets this year will be Given a a reasonable but Brief period in which to pay their fines or will be summoned to appear in court the Village attorney said. He added that there would in the future be no a pay up please letters from his office. A vision discounted Corpus Christi Tex. Apr claims of a Catholic housewife that the Virgin Mary appeared to her at a ranch near Alice Tex., have been discounted by roman Catholic Bishop Mariano s. Garriga of Corpus Christi. A after careful investigation and interrogation of the woman herself we have arrived at the decision that the apparition is not a fact a he said instructing catholics not to visit the place and a above All not to give credence to the stories of the so called cures that have taken place. There is no medical foundation to substantiate the so called miraculous about 19,000 people had visited the place with the ranch owner charging $1 per car. . Grade a turkeys 8-14 lbs. La. 39� \ i Civ / j h North Bennington re. Istam a Bennington it. Juvenile titles showing an increase of 586 Over july 1962. One Hundred and sixty nine books were catalogued including 89 adult nonfiction and 33 juvenile titles. Among the new books Are Johnson a night and silence who is Here a Rossiter ed., a the essential Lippman a Anderson a eau Del a refrigeration and air conditioning guide a Vaughan a Yankee Hill country cooking a Hale a Blac summer a Stout a the Mother Hunt a Hoopes a the steel crisis a lofts a the concubine a Thompson a Green Mountain boy at Monticello a Morris a Road to Huddersfield a Crosby a with love and loathing a Mikesell a marvels of american Industry a Morison a the two Ocean. War a Lasser a How to run a Small business a Gloag a your mothers House a and Keyes a a Treasury of favorite new titles by authors who reside in the area Are Herbert Congdon so Early american Homes for today a Irving adlers a inside the nucleus a and Bradford Smiths a meditation the inward Smith is a director of the Bennington Library. Announcement that mrs. Thomas p. Brockway had received the conservation award of zone i of the Garden club of America was made tuesday at a meeting of the Bennington Garden club at the Home of miss Juliette Mcc. Shields. The award was presented to mrs. Brockway at the zone meeting held last month in Keene . Mrs. Fabian w. Kunzel Mann and mrs. Stowell d. Baxter were delegates from the Bennington club. Announcement was also made that a two week scholarship to the Audubon society scamp in Maine this summer had been awarded mrs. Ruth Mattison school teacher from North Bennington. On her return mrs. Mattison will give a full report of her studies to the club. The program tuesday was devoted to landscape design As outlined by miss Shields mrs. Frederick j. Beecher and mrs. Kelley Cole. Miss Shields gave a whimsical summary of Basic items needed in planning a Garden. A first you need a drawing Board pencils to squares and triangles a she explained a because its easier to make mis takes on paper than with Plant material in the Garden itself. The Plant material is the final item mrs. Beecher stressed the appropriateness of Plant material to its surroundings and the necessity of planning walks from driveways to the front door that were Broad enough to be hospitable and solid enough to offer sound footing a a not a she added a stepping stones that make one feel like Eliza crossing the both mrs. Cole and miss Shields emphasized the importance of consulting with a Good landscape Gardener before making final plans for a Garden. A a trained mind will not Only detect but will be Able to suggest corrections to a design that has been bothersome a mrs Cole declared. A panel discussion by the horticultural committee is planned aug. 20 at 10 30 . In the old Bennington school. Playground chatter a tip of the hat is in order for mrs. Donald Abrams manager of the Harte theatre who has donated the free passes awarded to winners of contests held at both playgrounds throughout the season. Winners of the third colouring contest held wednesday morning at memorial Park were Scott Longton 8, and Pamela Hollister 7. The contest for 5 through 8-year-Olds, is held wednesday. Approximately 15 bicycle enthusiasts peddled from memorial Park to the fish hatchery wednesday afternoon to tour the hatchery with Robert Keir. All tournaments being conducted this week at memorial Park will continue through next week. Monday morning there will be Zell Ball and Badminton tournaments. The Zell Ball play offs will get under Way at 9 30, followed by Badminton at 10 30. Huge Cave Belgrade up a tourists who visit Yugoslavia a Cave of Post Mia largest of Europe Are transported through illuminated unnels aboard a miniature railway. The vast cafe contains a Stream called the Pivka River a 157-foot a a Mountain and a ,-000-seat concert Hall. Tuesday morning at 9 30 the tether Ball tournament will be in Progress and will be followed at 10 30 by the four Square playoffs. Checker tournament action is slated for wednesday afternoon at 2 15 ., while chess entries will play at 3 15. The semifinal and final rounds of All tournaments will swing into action thursday morning at 9 30. A Quot social at both the Stark Street and memorial Park playgrounds will be the order of the Day monday afternoon at 1 30. Prizes will be awarded to winners. Exclusive at Carrolls drug i u pm candies capturing America by the bite he a got everything for Home improvement except the Money. That a Why hell make a Low Cost Home improvement loan at the Vermont Bank and Trust company. You should too the Vermont Bank Ano Trust co. 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