Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 23 1966, Page 2

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 23, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2-Pennington Banner saturday july 23, 196h area funerals mrs. Mary Nash Klank an the funeral of mrs. Mary Nash Flanigan who died tuesday morning took place Friday with a prayer at the Mahar amp son funeral Home at 8 30 . And at St. Francis sales Church at 9 where the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan pastor offered a requiem High mass. Monsignor Flanagan led in the recitation of the Rosary thursday evening. Interment was in Park Lawn cemetery in the family lot with monsignor Flanagan offering committal prayers. Bearers were Michael Howley Arthur Butler Arthur Langlois and Virginio n. Perrotta or. C. Lloyd Michaels Berlin . A the Rev. J. Bernard fell pastor of the Berlin methodist Church officiated Friday afternoon at services for c. Lloyd Michaels native of Bennington vt., who died Here suddenly tuesday morning. Thursday night Eastern Star services by Berkshire Star chapter of Petersburg and masonic services by Star Lodge of amp am of Petersburg and Raymond chapter ram of Hoosick Falls were held at the Charles f. White funeral Home. Clarence Michaels John Good Remote John Keller Wayne Duane and Milford Jones were bearers and burial was in Mea Dowlan cemetery Petersburg. Franc is a. Hassett Rensselaer . A funeral services were held this morning in St. Mary s Church Clinton Heights for Francis a. Bassett 76, father of Francis Bassett of Albany and formerly of Bennington vt., where he was employed in the composing room of the Banner. Or. Hassett who died wednesday at St. Peter s Hospital Albany was a native of Connecticut and had lived Here for 40 years. He is also survived by another son Raymond l. Hassett of Albany two Sisters mrs. Hilda Ruwette of Massachusetts and mrs. Mary Spellman of California a brother John Hassett of Maine three grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Mrs. Merrill Vav. Powell Hoosick . A a committal service was held thursday at Maple Grove cemetery for mrs. Merrill Powell 82, Hoosick native who died monday at her Home in Dalton mass. Only easy budget terms Fienberg s 447 main St. Bennington it. Time to change shop Oneida leaded stained lass lighting fixtures ceiling Wall Lump Post and outside fixtures available at Bellemare amp sons i 13 North Bennington Road dial 2-6009 she was the former Eleanor r. Humphrey daughter of David and Henrietta Whidden Humphrey. She is survived by her husband a son Merrill h. Powell of Pittsfield mass. Two daughters mrs. Thomas Conroy of Pittsfield and mrs. David Rosei Heim of Dalton eight grandchildren and one great grandchild. She was a former member of the first United Church of Hoosick Falls and its pastor the Rev. Wesley p. Miles officiated at the graveside service. Edw Ard Simpsonsr. Pittsfield mass. A services Are being held at to . Today at the Meehan funeral Home Here for Edward Simp son sr., 79, brother of mrs. Mabel Valwell of Bennington it. A native of old town Maine he lived in Pittsfield for 65 years and had been employed for 52 years by the Berkshire Woolen co. In addition to mrs. Valwell or. Simpson who died wednesday at St. Luke s Hospital is survived by his wife the former Alice f. Plant a daughter mrs. Florence goggle of East Boston mass., five sons Edward Or. And John j., both of Cohoes ., Henry w., Adolphus e., and Vernon d., All of Pittsfield 28 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. Or. And mrs. Harrison m. Goodermote Harrison Goodermote note 60th wedding Annive North Bennington a celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary with cards and Flowers at their Mechanic Street Home thursday were or. And mrs. Harrison m. Goodermote longtime residents Here. The Goodermote were married by the late Rev. John Harris july 21, 1906 at the methodist parsonage in Hoosick Falls . Or. Goodermote was from Petersburg ., and mrs. Goodermote had grown up in North Bennington. The couple have a daughter miss Therese Goodermote of East Road who during the past year served As acting principal obituaries mrs. Harry Bratt Hoosick . A mrs. Agnes gerling Bratt 89, a former clerk of old Hoosick school District no. 2, died Friday at her residence Here after a Long illness. Mrs. Bratt was the widow of Harry Bratt. She was born in Albany . And had resided in Hoosick for 30 years. She was also a former treasurer of the Hoosick Falls Central school District. She was a member of Van Rensselaer chapter order of the Eastern Star in Hoosick Falls. Her nearest survivor is a Niece mrs. Marion Church of Glens Falls . She also leaves several cousins. Funeral services will be monday at 9 . At the Leo Mahar funeral Home Hoosick Falls and at 9 30 in All saints episcopal Church in Hoosick where the Rev. Phillip a. Lewis will read the burial office. Interment will be in Hoosick Rural cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Edward of Donnell Salem . A Edward o Donnell 88, a native of Buskirk ., and a resident of Cambridge ., for More than 70 years died Here Friday morning at the Salem nursing Home. He was son of Michael and Elizabeth Mcgrath 0donell, and he is survived by two Brothers James and John o Donnell both of Center Cambridge and by several nieces and nephews. Services will be held monday at 9 30 . At the l. Mein Moses museum Erney funeral Bridge and at Home in Cam-10 . In St. Patrick s Church Cambridge where a requiem mass will be celebrated. Burial will be in St. Patrick s cemetery. At Molly Stark school. Both Are members of the Tucker chapter 38, order of the Eastern Star. Or. Goodermote is a 50-year member of Berkshire Lodge a amp pm in Petersburg ., and he has been a Deputy sheriff of Bennington county for nearly 50 years. J Ernnt cited for Library ii Aport Montpelier up a Vermont has been cited by the american Library association for a National Library week committee report. The report was judged sixth in the National Competition against 34 other entries. Texas took top honors. Mrs. Joan Hoff wife of gov. Philip h. Hoff headed the committee. Mrs. Elenora Harman of the Vermont free Public Library association was executive chair Man. Municipal court in municipal court cases Friday George f. Shea 27, of Troy . Pleaded guilty to disturbing the peace by being intoxicated at Green Mountain Park in Pownal thursday night. Bennington Village police officer Donald Greenslet told the court Shea drinking at a Racetrack bar swept some glasses off the bar counter with his during the course of an argument. He then ran and hid near the River close by the track where police later apprehended him Greenslet said. Judge George m. Fienberg who said he happened to be in a room at the track where Shea apparently was being questioned concerning his arrest told Shea Quot i saw the performance you put on. You could have been charged with breach of peace for striking an officer and resisting arrest a offences that Are More serious. The judge then fined Shea $35 including court costs. William Love 46, of Man girl scouts list Day Gamp bus Schellie bus schedule for sugar Bush Day Camp which is operated. By the Vermont girl scout coun opening a Lannea in and which begins its two a week session monday at the Rod and gun club in Shaftsbury will be As follows bus i a Bennington 8 55 ., South Street at Crescent Boulevard Gulf station 9, Elm Street at Washington Avenue 9 01, main at Washington Gulf station 9 06, main at Union Ray s Market 9 09, Branch St. At main diagonally across from Salem a Market 9 11, North Branch at county 9 13, county at Congress 9 15, county at East Road. Bus 2 a North Bennington 9 ., Powers Market 9 04, Lake paran 9 08, Twitchell Hill at 67a. Bus 3 a Shaftsbury 9 25 ., Harrington s store. Campers in Arlington will be notified by Telephone As to the time and place of their pickup. Campers should plan to Board the bus at the most convenient place. Buses will arrive at Camp at 9 30 . And will leave at 3 30 . For August 6 Eagle Bridge . A grandma Moses schoolhouse inc. Will officially open saturday aug. 6 at i . The museum will be open to the Public seven Days a week from 1-5 . Through oct. 31. A formal dedication is planned for Early fall. A private showing of the famed artists possessions and mementos will be Given for members of the press and invited guests Only the thursday evening preceding the opening. The museum is located in the old Eagle Bridge schoolhouse where grandma Moses and Many of her descendants went to school. The building was moved last fall from its original location one half mile away and has been renovated painted rewired and landscaped. North Bennington Road Bennington Vermont ii tamps chef be Faroni Spaghetti and meat balls 40 of. Can 49�?~ a a Tiff known for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington Vermont now. Up to 2 years to pay for All purchases no Money Down Chester pleaded guilty to driving a car with improper registration on it. La and 30 Between Manchester Center and Manchester depot tuesday night. Atty. John h. Williams substituting for state s atty. R. Marshall Witten said love a recent resident of Florida working in Manchester was stopped by an officer earlier in the evening and warned that he was driving illegally. By a reciprocal arrangement with Florida residents of that state who work in Vermont must Register their cars Here. Love whose car apparently had Only Florida registration denied Williams statement. Judge Fienberg fined him $15 plus court costs. Gary Jelley 16, of North Pownal pleaded guilty to driving a car with defective equipment on . 7 in Shaftsbury last Friday. He was fined $15 plus costs. Edward f. Hoard 25, of North Bennington pleaded guilty to speeding on Bennington Flats july 13. Williams said police clocked Hoard at 62 Miles per hour in a 35 . Zone about 2 . State police noted Hoard had been convicted of four traffic violations since 1958 two for speeding one for defective equipment and one for driving an a inspected car. After seeking a recommendation from state police Williams and the respondent himself All of whom declined to make one Fienberg ordered a Fine of $15 plus costs. Also pleading guilty to speeding were Lewis l. Allen 39, of Bennington on Bennington Flats july 14 mrs. Genevieve Meagher 48, of Cambridge ., on the Green acres Section of Vermont 67a last Friday and mrs. Jane f. Mccullough 39, of North Bennington on Bennington Flats thursday. All were fined $15 plus court costs. Astronomy notes continuing our journey along the path of precession or the Circle described by the Extension of the Axis of the Earth we come after leaving Vega to the Constellation Hercules the big flaring letter h in our sky. Now just continue through the Middle of Hercules on to Thuban which is the third Star from the end of the Tail in Greco the dragon. This will be our North Star 21,000 years hence. Now go on to Polaris our present North Star and our journey of precession has taken 25,800 years. Hey to come to the fair Arlington a folks in this area who have been enjoying the Paul Laskey memorial swimming Pool will want to attend the Arlington Lions club summer carnival for the Benefit of the Pool tonight. And there will be so much excitement the festivities should draw residents from other communities As Well. The carnival opens at 2 and lasts until Midnight. In the meantime there will be rides contests swimming events a Chicken barbeque and helicopter rides. Daley Only candidate who has filed Montpelier up a Secretary of state Harry Cooley said Friday that incumbent democratic it. Gov. John Daley of Rutland was the Only candidate who had officially filed for the november election. Cooley said Daley submitted the required petition with 500 signatures late thursday. The filing deadline in Vermont is aug. 3. The same number of signatures is required for governor treasurer Secretary of state attorney general and auditor of accounts the state s six highest offices. There is no fee for filing Cooley said but each candidate is required by Law to submit within to Days after a primary a detailed expense Sheet of the costs of running his Campaign. There is a $7,500 ceiling for state office candidates. All incumbent democrats for the top offices have announced along with Daley. They Are gov. Philip h. Hoff Cooley auditor Jay Gordon atty. Gen. John Connard and treasurer Peter Hincks. Seeking election from the Republican ranks Are Richard Snelling and Thomas Hayes for governor Brattleboro lawyer James Oakes for attorney general retiring forests and Parks commissioner Perry Merrill for lieutenant governor h. Ward Bedford of Cornwall and John Perry of Montpelier for treasurer and Byron Hathorn of Hartford Harley Kidder of Barre and Rudolph Smith of Hyde Park for Secretary of state. A Nee Beltie. Bennington briefs Senate b a continued from Page i tons and leaving the economic items tentatively standing at Only $2,062 billion. President Johnson originally asked $2,471 billion for the same items. The committee had Cut them by $117 million before sending the legislation to the Senate. The vote Friday came despite a protest by democratic Leader Mike Mansfield mont., that the program already had been Cut too deeply and a speech thursday in which sen. Robert f. Kennedy d-., said the floor amendments represented a a Retreat from the Senate adopted by voice vote an amendment by sen. Jack r. Miller a Iowa to withhold Ald to nations More than a year behind in their United nations contributions unless the Prest-1 Dent certifies the Aid is necessary to the . National interest. The Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., 15201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington. It. 05201 route 2 Williamstown mass. Good cheer Good food visit the longhorn room Steak or roast beef with salad potato garlic bread you la never have it a so Good for a so Little closed mondays the Bennington Lions club has announced through one of its members that it formally challenges the Bennington rotary club to a softball game at a Day and hour of the rotary a choosing. Arthur senior Plant superintendent at Globe unions Bennington manufacturing facility has announced the promotion of Harold Waters of 256 Union St. To the position of Foreman effective aug. I. Waters has been employed at the Globe Plant since february 1965, As a Quality control auditor. Cells Beauty shop will be closed july 22 until August i for vacation. Adv. Pleasant s Barbershop 210 Union St. Will reopen tuesday August 2. Appointment Only. Adv. Happiness is going to the St. Francis Ptg fair thursday Friday and saturday. Rides games refreshments. Food Sale thursday and Friday nights 7 toddler Hurt a three year old Bennington boy was transferred to Albany medical Center from Putnam memorial Hospital Friday night after he suffered head injuries by failing into a cellar Hole earlier in the evening. The injured boy was Scott legacy of 232 Grandview Street whose parents or. And mrs. Harold legacy Are building a House on Caroline drive. The Accident apparently happened at the site of the new House about 6 45 . The Bennington Rescue squad took the legacy child to Putnam Hospital and later transferred him to Albany. . Auction Friday evening. Social each night. Adv. Or. Oakley m. Frost will be away for 2 weeks beginning july 18. Will return August i. Adv. Steak Barb que at . Post 1332 saturday 5 to 9 . Members and friends $1.50 adults. Adv. Accident reported a two car Accident Early Friday evening on silk Road injured two persons one of whom was admitted to Putnam memorial Hospital. Details of the Accident were not immediately available from state police but authorities at the Hospital said Carl Rowe 39, of Airport Road was treated for contusions and abrasions of the legs left Side and right before being released. His wife Edith Rowe was admitted to the Hospital. A report on her condition was not immediately available. The Rowes were brought to the Hospital by the Bennington Rescue squad. A minor Accident at 5 45 . Thursday occurred on East main Street near the Branch Street crossing in Bennington Village. Village police said Elizabeth a. Tomasi of Bennington mane Vered her car too closely to a parked car owned by Harold Burgess of Woodford Road after a Horn stuck on a car behind her and confused her. The Tomasi car was damaged on the right door and rear fender. The left rear fender of the Burgess car was scratched. Big clearance Sale now in Progress fresh killed 1st of season it. Turkeys63 rib roast.69�?~ walkers food Market Little Joe Little Joe shirts Adams clothes shop a shoes too Madkour Central Market open sunday 8 to i pull Aine hew4fi<ifie%4 seer Aid to Fine its new. It s the lowest Auto loan rate in the area before you buy that new car yourself a favor a a acome straight to the Vermont Trust Oil now office for your car loan. No a a hidden charges no red tape cots so come on in and save for yourself. Is the Vermont Bank and Trust company Hubbs Milt Nishi a Smilmo Nham i in Mhz on ban Anist blam limn mom to Siraki corp Marior i i

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