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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - January 17, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 6 a Lennin a ton Banner monday january 17, 1966manchester a local resident was involved Friday in a minor three car mishap in Rutland according to police there. Susan Palmer 24, of Manchester Center was operator of one of three cars which were slightly damaged during mane vering in the depot parking lot. Also receiving bumped car fenders were Mary j. Culliman of Center Rutland and Gloria d. Harrison of Pittsford. Bloodmobile time residents of Manchester and Dorset Are reminded of the red Cross Bloodmobile visit set for wednesday at the first congregational Church Here. The Bank will be open and ready for donors at 12 30 . And will be trying for its quota of too pints until 6. Baby sitting services for children of donors will be available and transportation will also be provided of those needing it will Call 362-9855. 11 11 Slacks reduced 95 3.75 were si.39 to $4.89dr esd ales free parking armory lot next door left Over Bills to pay time payment accounts heavy expenses clean Emall up with Cash from beneficial you pick the terms. You pick the payments. Get that big o k. At beneficial Call up and see beneficial finance system a 1600 offices coast to coast Loans $20 to $600 a Loans life insured at Low Cost beneficial finance co. Of Bennington 449 main Street Bennington phone. 442 5441 a ask for the yes manager open evenings by appointment a phone for hour five flys robbed again Manchester a for the second time in a week the five flys nightclub Here has been robbed. Rot Johnson manager discovered that a thief or thieves had been at work Between 2 . And 12 30 . Saturday and taken $150. The last robbery still unsolved took place the night of Jan. 9 or the morning of Jan. To and netted thieves Between $500 and $600. Investigating both thefts has been Manchester police chief Dana l. Thompson assisted by state trooper Gordon l. Adams. No sign of a break on the outside of the building was reported in the latest theft and inside Hasps on the office door were broken off but padlocks remained intact police said. It was reported that the front door of the club had been nailed shut prior to closing Friday night because the lock and Knob were broken. Chief Thompson speculated that someone had stayed hidden in the nightclub after the 2 . Closing hour to make the steal. Not All the Money in the Cash boxes was taken the chief said. Some paper Money and scattered change was left behind. News items May be telephoned to Manchester Bureau chief chef Ringheiser at 362-2073, or if no answer 375-2543. Readers Are also urged to Send items to the Banner . Box 506, Manchester Center. At Manchester thanks to Kiwan ians a cold weather sunday afternoon was no deterrent to this Happy Bunch at the Community skating rink recently flooded by members of the kiwanis club near the Hoosick Falls country club. Front Row from left Are Jeffrey Delurey Keith Dooley Betsy Mahar Laura Lee Jones Eddie Kelly second Row facing camera Are Annette Nowak Paul Graney Mary Lyn Mahar Robert Brott Jimmy Baker Greg Restino Paul Kovage and Mary Kenyon. Van Rensselaer chapter installs new ifs officers Hoosick Falls worthy Patron Raymond e. Calhoun acting As installing officer this years elected and a time to change shop Oneida the North Bennington Bank has a free Jiff for you. Moult let january 3 thru 28 open a new savings account for $100 or More or add $100 or More to your present account and receive a gift of your Choice free one gift per account. Plus. To Flom Coa t f 0 frying ran a to Quot 4i a a a a a %n4. A Ivy item trying pm. With a a a cd to Flom Nylon 1 my with i pm. The highest rate in Bennington county daily interest compounded quarterly paid from the Day of Deposit to Day of withdrawal on All savings accounts example i let to a a it a of balance january i of Posi to february 21 withdrawn March la interest earned mar. To Bank a am n to imn Sun savings Bank 8�?� Smit sl4n.n s14.ll Rorr Ithmal in is $2,000.00 $700.00 $1,400.01 9 $20.34 example ii i Tutt St Hatt Nen account january 21 i withdrawal March la interest earned mar. V Bank a a a Minn is ins. Is oui savings Snail a is of so of m i sum f Hwy that Kiml Wmk $30,000.00 i $43,000.00 $211.11 example Iii in to it in Ren account january n withdrawal february i Deposit March i interest earned mar. La Bank a a Quot savings Bank �?o8 a a a Hon ugh 4% $7,000.00 $6,000.00 $4,300.00 $33.13 Orr Nicol office Al Manchester Center North Bennington answers to quiz part i 1-Kashmir 2-we done to recognize North Viet Nam 3-b. 4-no 5-c part la i a 2-d 3-b 4-a 5-c part Iii 1-c 2-e 3-d 4-b 5-a Symbol qui i a 2-d 3-b 4-j 5-h 6-e 7-4 8-g 9-f to i first National Sank of k Orth Ennington member Federal Depelt insurance corporation pointed officers of Van Rensselaer chapter Oes were recently installed at ceremonies in the masonic Temple Here. Marilynn Hill was installed As Matron with Calhoun who was installed alone by retiring Matron mrs Ruth Olsen reseated As Patron. Other officers include mrs. Olsen associate Matron Forrest Reed associate Patron mrs. Helen Cantelo Secretary miss Hazel Hill treasurer mrs. Sarah Whitman conduct Ress mrs. Nina Downing associate conduct Ress. Mrs. Eva Calhoun was installed trustee two years mrs. Ruth Pine trustee three years mrs. Mary Olson chaplain mrs. Agnes Smith marshal mrs. Florence Hall assistant marshal mrs. Reata Bonesteel historian mrs. Margaret Whittet musician mrs. Jennie Copeland warder miss Dorothy Prince Sentinel mrs. Mary Backus color bearer mrs. Lucy Brown Ada mrs. Judy Stark Ruth mrs. Ann Kuebler Esther mrs. Shirley Stevens Martha and or. Mary Jones Electa. Most worthy Rebecca my Nab grand treasurer right worthy Marie Tucker District Deputy grand Matron of the second Albany Rensselaer Schenectady District and right worthy Albert Wehr District grand lecturer were honoured guests. Also in attendance were members from Schenectady Petersburg and Watervliet chapters. The new Matron was showered with personal gifts from members and friends and was honoured by a presentation arranged by the Junior past Matron mrs. Ruth Olsen. A social hour followed the meeting with or. Mary Jones in charge. Last monday night a delegation of to members of the local chapter attended an installation of officers ceremony of the Berkshire Star chapter in Petersburg. Whoops defying the Law of Gravity at the Hoosick Falls Community skating rink sunday is Eddie Kelly. Marie of Neil Jimmy Baker and Mary Kenyon stand by for support. Beaumont he s statically ins science in Tirol Hoosick Falls . A the Bausch amp lomb science award presented annually to outstanding students of science in secondary schools will be presented at the Hoosick Falls Central High school commencement exercises in june to George e. Harrison son of or. Amp mrs. Harry p. Harrison of 3 Richmond ave. Harrison qualified for the award because of High Scholastic standing in science subjects throughout his High school years. He will be presented a Bronze medal. He is also eligible to compete for science scholarships at the University of Rochester. Industry expands to per cent new York up a natural Gas and natural Gas liquids today provide 33.4 per cent of the nations Energy require school boards differ on tuition paying Manchester a the Board of trustees of Burr and Burton Seminary and the Manchester school Board will meet this week for further discussions on their differences Over Manchester a decision to pay the private High school student tuition twice a year rather than each month. The action changing the method of tuition payment was made of recommendation of Nell e. Cross superintendent of the Bennington Rutland supervisory Union school District. Dorset which has paid tuition month to month in the past will now pay charges twice a year. Burr and Burton officials say they cannot borrow Money at the same Low 2.5 per cent interest rate As the Manchester school Board and they object to the increase they will incur in operating expenses. According to atty. James b. Campbell chairman of Burr and Burton a Prudential committee the Manchester boards action will cause a tuition increase of Between $5 and $10 per student. Cross said his recommendation was made after consultation with the state department of education and is in line with tuition paying practices in most school districts. Prior to the change in payment policy the Manchester Board borrowed about $7,000 a month during the school year to pay the tuition monthly. According to Cross this payment. Method was requested by Burr and Burton. It could not be determined How much in interest costs the Board would save by the action or How much interest Cost would increase for Burr and Burton. The higher interest Cost would be reflected in Burr and Burton a charges for tuition but the interest rate is the subject of negotiation Between the school and local Banks. The meeting this week will be the second Between the two boards. The groups met in october shortly after announcement of Manchester a action was made to Burr and Burton officials. Rules listed at Hoosick Falls for new Landfill operation ments according to the Gas appliance manufacturers association. In 1940, the figure was 12.4 per cent. Hoosick Falls . A the new Landfill operation at the site of the Village dump on the North Hoosick Road will begin Jan. 31 when new rules and regulations go into effect. Douglas Sprague superintendent of Public works will be in charge of the operation with William h. Burns of 167 Church a Sis schedules Bazaar Date Shaftsbury a the woman a society of Christian service of the first methodist Church meeting recently at the parsonage set the Date for this years pre Holiday Bazaar nov. 19 from to . To 6 . Work will soon begin in preparation for the event. Mrs. Edna Prouty led a discussion based on the chapter a toward further oneness a a in the study Book by Bishop Roy Short. Mrs. Mary Stevens vice president presided Over a Brief business meeting. Miss Stella Hawkins and mrs. Lucy Mattison were co hostesses. The next a pcs meeting will be held feb. 8 at 7 30 . At the Home of miss Stella Hawkins. Co hostesses will be mrs. Hazel Macdonald and mrs. Mary Stevens. Mrs. Blanche Center will Lead the discussion based on the fifth chapter a one people with one Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 mrs. Anna Cullen of 40 River St. Is celebrating her 84th birthday today with a quiet family gathering at her Home. Cume Nicis the Rev. Alfred Ellis o.s.a., assistant pastor of the Church of the immaculate Conception will be guest speaker wednesday evening at the regular meeting of the United women a society of the first United Church presbyterian. All women of the Parish Are invited to the meeting which begins at 7 30. Oddity a Stanley Noel of North Adams has found a graphic example of the Power of water at his Somerset Camp. This wooden a a football was once a two foot log which after a year of tumbling in a Brook is now smooth As sandpaper. Wolter tuesday Only boiled Ham la. 99< Madkour s Central Market Safe getaway san Francisco up a toll collector Allen Davis thought it was funny sunday when a truck Driver paid his Quarter on the Bay Bridge then sped off without stopping for the Safe which fell out the end of his meat truck. Today Davis knows Why. Police said the still locked Safe was stolen As was the meat truck. St., operator of the new Bulldozer. According to the ordinance rules and regulations Are As follows hours will be from 8 . To noon and i to 4 . Monday through Friday and 8 . To noon saturdays. Non residents or those engaged in operating a business in the town of Hoosick Are prohibited from dumping at the site except by contract License or permit of the Village. For those operators residing in and conducting business within the town of Hoosick there will be an annual License fee of $2. Applications must be filed with the Village clerk and approved by a majority of members of the Village Board. Cornin or Leal trash and garbage collectors also will be assessed 50 cents per truck Load on one half ton and up. Temporary permission maybe secured for depositing old Trees building wreckage and materials from cleanup jobs Good for to Days and Only for the dates specified. Such a temporary permit will Cost $25. The Village clerk is authorized to act for the Board. All commercial operators will be Given a sticker and must display it on the right Side of their vehicle. Trucks must be covered by Canvas or other suitable material while engaged in transportation. Persons who do not obey the rules and regulations will forfeit their right to use the dump. By unauthorized per be considered a tres violators will be any use sons will pass and secured. Renzi of Williams on Canadian panel Williamstown mass. A Ralph Renzi news director and editor of the Williams alumni review at Williams College is taking part in two panels at the annual new England meeting of the american alumni Council and the american College Public relations association being held today through wednesday in the Queen Elizabeth hotel Montreal Canada. This is the second time in history that the two groups have combined their annual Winter meeting. At one of today a sessions Renzi will consider a How do you select your material a a tomorrow morning he will participate on a panel which will consider a working with found armless the famous Venus de Milo statue was found armless in the ruins of the greek Island of Melos Milo in 1820. I i i

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