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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - August 10, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Village Sanction awaited Hoosick Board accepts Albany firm to proceed with master planning Bennington Banner tuesday Augustio 1965�?5 Dorset patience Brooks 3622123 by Dick Sci Eson Hoosick Falls town of Hoosick Board meeting Here monday night unanimously accepted the recommendation of its planning Board to engage Candeub feels Sig Adley and associates of Albany As planning and Community development consultants to continue the work of a master plan. At a recent joint meeting of the town and Village planning boards William c. Sorrentino a representative of the firm said his company a two year old Esti mate of $25,000 would remain substantially the same. Official Sanction of the firm awaits a meeting of the Village Board tonight and the recommendation of its planning Board. Both town and Village governments Are sharing one sixth of the actual Cost. Of this amount the town will be responsible for one third and the Village two thirds. State and Federal governments will make up the remaining five sixths. In other action monday night town supervisor John Murphy and town atty. George dough Northeast Wood products wins Pownal Library Job Pownal a the Board of directors of the Solomon Wright Public Library headed by Henry w. Bassen announced monday that the new Pownal Library building will be constructed by Northeast Wood products inc. Of Pownal which has submitted a Low bid of $27,900. Proprietors of the firm Are Vincent Pizzano and Siegfried w. Tolie. Two other bids were submitted from f red Marsh for $29, 500 and from James Quinn for $37,765. Construction will begin monday morning with completion expected by Jan. I Bassen said. Plans drawn by architect de Sha Tisbury fran Stacy 44 2-6524 mrs. Miriam Cole of Geneva . And miss Jean Young of Toronto Canada visited at the Home of miss Hilda Peacock recently. Miss Sharrone Bromley has returned to Lier Home in Rochester after visiting relatives in Shaftsbury. Mrs. Alan Skiff and son do a in of Rochester . Were visitors in Shaftsbury the past week. Or. And mrs. James Bromley and family who have been visiting relatives the past week have returned to their Home in Roch Ter. Or. And mrs. Fred Stacy and son Terry were weekend guests of mrs. James Drummond and sons Tom and Gordon at oven Bay House jr., on Lake Champlain. Douglas paddock son of or. And mrs. John paddock of ear Street returned Home Saturn after spending a week at is farm Troy conference meth dist Church Camp in Garret Burg . Or. And mrs. Henry bunk and three children Lee Lynn and Lois have returned Home alter enjoying a weeks vacation at Hampton Beach. Ward l. Baker assisted by William m. Kirby jr., Call for a 40 by 50 Brick veneer colonial style building with juvenile and adult Reading rooms charging desk workroom fluorescent lighting electric heat Reading tables study desks and shelf space for 14,000 books. A Federal Grant of $19,118 has been approved with Pownal a share of construction expenses set As $17,193. Gifts and pledges have totalled $17,334 to Date with $2,700 outstanding. Nucleus of the project was a Trust fund of $1,000 from the late Solomon Wright jr., a former Pownal resident. Plans for a new building were formulated in 1964 by the trustees spearheaded by chairman Bassen and librarian mrs. George m. Ren Nen. It was then determined that space in the Baptist Church whore the Library has been housed for Many years had become inadequate. Bassen has emphasized that additional funds will be needed for furnishings and Pownal residents still have an Opportunity to participate in the project. Ground breaking at the site on main Street opposite the Baptist Church will take place at noon sunday when Brief ceremonies have been scheduled with trustees local officials and several subscribers participating. I of burning Hun i is or ii it fulls Hoosick Falls . A Hoosick Falls fire department has issued an order forbidding the burning of trash and Brush. Waste matter is not to be burned unless it is confined in a Container. The warning was issued following a Brush fire Friday night. The order will remain in effect until the present dry spell has passed. Fire chief Glenn Banks issued the order through Bernard Graney Secretary and will remain in Force until such order is rescinded. Erty discussed Progress in removing automobiles along the Torf Road behind the Columbia Box corp. In Walloomsac. Atty. Dougherty advised that Gordon Brenenstuhl will be Given to Days to effect removal. The Board also resolved that liability insurance to cover justices of the peace be provided. Adoption at the Resolution which will add $64 annually to the towns liability insurance came following a letter from Mckearin insurance Agency advising the Board on aspects of insurance not pertaining to the justices. In connection with Home construction being carried on in East Hoosick by contractor Edward i Nett supervisor Murphy said i Nett was desirous of having a dangerous curve in the area straightened. Eventually six Homes Are expected to have been built in the Vicinity. Murphy said he had already advised i Nett that in conjunction with the Irwin plan reconstruction pm that particular Road is not slated until 1970. The Board agreed to inspect the area but supt. Lawrence Murphy agreed with other members that correction of the problem would be a major project. A list of democratic workers for primary Day sept. 14, submitted by committeeman Luther Rasch was accepted by the Board first District Zita Whit Kop and Rita Burns second Helen Barker and Marion Smith third Alice Ogden and Helen Keoppe fourth Helen Hogan and Mary Brady fifth Shirley Scarey and Marie Nugent sixth Eleanor Hayden and Dan Shaughnessy seventh Francis Delurey and Helen Benkoski eighth Dorothy Brandalik and Mary of Malley and ninth Ida Barker and Rosemary Kipp. Polling places will remain the same first District youth Center second All saints Parish Hall Hoosick third Eagle Bridge Community Center fourth North Hoosick Community Center fifth Peoples Gas and Oil office sixth town of Hoosick Rescue squad building seventh town polling place White Street eighth municipal building and ninth garage of Mary Mcdonald Munsell Street. In addition to supervisor Murphy who presided atty. Dougherty and supt. Murphy justices of the peace William Murphy and Thomas g. Restino councilman Guy Phillips and town clerk George Mcevoy attended the meeting. Pumpkin Hook Blaze a two buildings on the unoccupied property of mrs. George Rehm just Over the new York Vermont line from South Arlington were saved by the Cambridge fire dept Early monday but firefighters were unable to Stem the Blaze which engulfed the main summer residence of the Oyster Bay Cove . Woman. Lack of water and late detection hampered firemen who said a 4 . Lightning storm evidently caused the fire in the Remote pumpkin Hook area. Bates North Bennington i a neb Ester Jackie Breen a 362-2259 a school Board meeting scheduled for monday night will be held next monday night instead. Lyle Cherbonneau of new York has been spending a few Days at his Home Here. Vav Rel v a Iii Lon p Sandgate Betty Trachte 375-2223 John Kernick of new Britain Conn. Was in Sandgate Over the weekend bringing with him a business associate Andrew Mcclain of Dundee Scotland. Recent guests of Dan Settani in Sandgate have been Joseph Parragin Edward Shantey and Ernest Buckholz of Farmington Conn. Or. And mrs. Merrill Freeman of new York City Are spending the week at their Home in West Sandgate. Or. And mrs. Fedward Gunsch have purchased the Home in West Sandgate formerly owned by or. And mrs. Krach who moved Toshu Shan. Or. And mrs. Gunsch will be dividing their time Between their new Home and their residence in Staten Island . Or. And mrs. George Hughes of Sandgate Are Busy miking preparations for an Art show at the annual Street fair in Arlington thursday. They Are arranging for paintings that will be on Sale. Guests of or. And mrs. Don Trachte were or. And mrs. Raymond Woerpel and son Dennis of Marshall wis. Who stopped for a few Days on their Way to Boston where they Are delegates to the National Rural mail carriers convention. Or. And mrs. Earl Russell spent the weekend at Lake Champlain. Police Are investigating a report of vandalism at the Mill Pond site in Manchester Center where last week a fourth Box of assorted Flower plants was dumped into the Pond. The Flower boxes were set out in the Spring by the Manchester Garden club on railings overlooking the Pond and Are a colourful attractive addition to the town. Any information about the vandals would be welcomed both by police and Beauty Loving area residents. Or. Victor Satinsky of the Hahnemann medical College in Philadelphia will speak informally on the subject of dropouts at the Parish House of Zion episcopal Church at 8 . Friday. Any interested persons Are Welcome to attend. Or. And mrs. Henry Cherbonneau spent a few Days last week with their daughter and family or. And mrs. Allen Pash who Are at great East Lodge in Sanbornville . Where Pash is athletic instructor. On Friday the Cherbonneaux were guests of mrs. Cherbonneaux a sister and husband or. And mrs. Francis Mooney at their cottage on Lake Winni Nesaukee . The Rev. James b. Murray pastor of St. Paul s Church is a patient at Rutland Hospital. He was admitted saturday morning. Or. And mrs. Bayliss Manning and children of Palo Alto Calif have arrived in town for a visit at the Home of mrs. Manning a parents or. And mrs. Carl Jolivette. Manning is Dean of Loral Reacher Vav ins decree North Bennington a Bachelor of science in education degree will be awarded to mrs. Lillian Vansurdam kindergarten teacher at the North Bennington graded school Friday morning in Pittsfield mass. Mrs. Vansurdam will receive her degree from Massachusetts state College in North Adams during graduation ceremonies at the Berkshire Community College in Pittsfield where she has been attending a summer session. A graduate of North Adams Normal school she also has degrees from Castleton teachers College and Elliot Pearson kindergarten in Boston. She has been teaching at North Bennington graded since 1942. Mrs. Vansurdam is the widow of Robert Vansurdam. She has one daughter mrs. Jean Joseph Wassick of 614 main St., Bennington. Elizabeth Dwyer a 442-4519 the Law school at Stanford University. Instant Success the second annual no Shaft Lions fair held last weekend was termed a great Success. Blessed with Ideal weather and enthusiastic crowds the fair raised a tidy sum for the Lions Treasury. Jim Bow general chairman has expressed the Lions appreciation to All who helped. Among the special features that proved popular were portrait sketches by j. Duncan Campbell and Pony rides through the North Benni Tigon meeting Vav North Bennington a the special Village meeting called by trustees is scheduled for wednesday evening at 7 30 at the new firehouse. At that time voters will be asked to authorize the trustees to sell the old firehouse property located across the Street from the new building. According to the terms of the article in the warning funds realized from the Sale would be earmarked for later construction of a garage to House the Village truck and other equipment. Courtesy of de Paquin and ills Doughty Little beast. The Quot lady Lions Kitchen sold out its Home baked food each night and their inspiration to serve hot buttered Corn was an instant Success. On saturday night Charles Chuck too me y won a motor Bike. Toomey a Lister for the town of Bennington promises that his new acquisition May provide a Means of streamlining the listing process that the state never thought of. Lion Dan Fager headed up the ticket Sale. The Toomes weren to on hand saturday night As they were on a vacation trip in Canada but the news provided a big thrill on their return sunday. Or. And mrs. John Sharp and family of Silver Springs my. Have been visiting mrs. Sharps parents or. And mrs. Edward Molloy of South Dorset. During the past weekend the misses Sally and Patricia Molloy of new York City also daughters of or. And mrs. Molloy spent some time Here. Miss Nancy Wong of Manhattan ., who has been staying with or. And mrs. Robert my fall and family of South Dorset will be returning to her Home wednesday. At the Dorset Field club during play for the club Golf championship Gilbert Sykes beat Joe Charbonneau on a sacrifice while Joe Barnado Defeated Tut Tuttle 4 and 3. The annual Church fair of the United Church of Dorset and East Rupert will be held thursday from 2-5 . At the Church. Property transfers or. And mrs. Charles Erdman have sold some land on the East Side of town to Jean h. Ringwalt of Greenwich Conn. William Faucett has sold a parcel of land to Belga Jennings of old Bennington. Or. And mrs. Richard Ketchum have sold land to or. And mrs. Robert c. Ransom of Bronxville ., and Carleton g. Howe has sold a piece of land to mrs. John Fiske or. Of new York City. A i Roll Vir bus leaves Vav Villi of a Shaftsbury a fourteen fresh air children who have been spending the past four weeks with Friendly town hosts in the area will return to new York City wednesday. The bus which will pick up the children will arrive in Manchester at 10 50 ., Arlington 11 05 . And Bennington 11 30 . Hosts Are asked to have the youngsters at these bus stops at least 15 minutes prior to the pick up times. Hearing problem free demonstration qua Litone High fashion hearing aids thursday aug. 12 1 to 2 . Quinlan s drug store phone 2-6256 463 main St. Bennington it. Of you can to come in write or phone and or. Haworth will Call at your Home without charge or obligation. Elvin r. Haworth hearing Aid consultant 17 yrs. Experience Erh cooking with a nameless electric Range see the new models Stop in today Central Vermont Public service corp. Arlington Helene Thompson 3752325 anyone having a donation for the White elephant table for the Street fair thursday night is asked to leave it at the Home of mrs. Edward Doyle or at the Community House thursday. No one will be solicited Sherry Towery a name was left off the list of girls attending girl scout Day Camp in Shaftsbury this week and last. School opening Arlington Public schools will open wednesday sept. I for the 1965-66 school year. School will Start at 815 . There will be a solid session sept. I ending at noon. All High school students should Check the Book lists at the High school before purchasing any textbooks. Books for seniors will be available aug. 25 and for the rest of the High school aug. 30, at the High school. Physical education uniforms May be purchased at this time. Gilbey a has the Winner in both leagues smart smooth spirited. The biggest crowd please on the circuit. 80 proof. Both Loox Gram Neutral up it a to 0<ltil�r product Cene my ., n. Y. Patients from this area who were admitted to Mary Mcclellan Hospital for the period ending aug. I include mrs. Sandra f Buckley John r. Carsen jr., m. Elizabeth Day Ethel Mclenithan mrs. Ruth Moore and mrs. Othea Roewer Cambridge Wendy e. Brown Eagle Bridge George e. Small Bennington mrs. Ella b. Thorpe Hoosick Falls and mrs. Daisy Yalo Buskin. Discharges for the same period include mrs. Nora Bailey mrs. Helen c. Hall and mrs. Daisy Yalo Buskirk Morris f. Wadsworth John d. Stinner David f. Roewer mrs. Carleen g. Potter mrs. Ruth i. Moore Cambridge Ronald v. Lamphier Berlin and George e. Small Bennington. This is Why a Volkswagen has so much legroom in front. A Volkswagen has so much legroom in front because the engine is in Back out of the Way. How much is so much believe it or not a Little vow has As much legroom As most of the biggest cars around. As much legroom in fact As a limousine. A limousine mind you and just As an aside there s even More headroom in a vow than in a limousine frankly the vow s engine was t put in Back just to get More legroom in front. The original idea was to put the weight of the engine Over the Back wheels to get much better traction. Monument motors inc. A Volkswagen goes where other cars won t go even without Snow tires. So you forge ahead with your engine behind you and your legs stretched out in front. Of you have very Long legs and like to drive in the Snow wearing a top hat you might give the vow some thought. Hunt St. Bennington Vermont j Dace with Gin ans for Crisp refreshing taste. A stilled London dry pm 90 pm oof. V a a a g by. Ltd. P % a a by cd by by it Cambridge Ruth Bates 677-3421

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