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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont \ Eagle Square mfg. Co. Makes change in Shaftsbury Hennington Banner thursday june 9, hint. Progress a top photo shows w. H. Morse construction co. In the process of demolishing part of an Eagle Square mfg. Co. Storage building to provide parking space eliminate a fire Hazard and improve appearances in Shaftsbury. The Job nearly completed lower photo workmen have been closing in the front of the remaining building. Wall Nom Sac Bertha Laoag 686-7282 or. And mrs. J. Henry Wheeler and son Brice have moved to their Camp at Lake Lauderdale for the summer. Or. And mrs. Bruce Andrews of Adams mass. Are enjoying a few Days of their vacation with her parents or. And mrs. Tim Hoag. Mrs. Fred a. Hoag celebrated her 88th birthday june 4 with her first ride in the town of Hoosick Rescue squad to the Hoosick Falls health Center. Her condition is improved. Mrs. John Madill spent several Days with her brother Sylvester James in Woodford. Shaftsbury a the Eagle Square mfg. Co. Has completed tearing Down a partition of a Large building across the Road from the main Plant. The demolition was done for three reasons additional parking area elimination of a fire Hazard As this building does not have a sprinkler system and appearance. Drivers now have a much better View of the Road and the Railroad tracks at the approach from North Bennington. The remaining building is now used for storing Stock and old machinery. Former employees remember when these buildings were used for production and an overhead trolley connected the two plants for transporting materials. Eagle Square produced the forerunner of pre fab houses As the company made All parts necessary to construct a House including manufactured lumber holdings flooring and window and door frames. Much of this work was done in the building recently demolished. Among houses in Shaftsbury built by Eagle Square Are the Black lantern and Robinson farm on Church Street and the Holliday Home on Holliday drive. A great Many contain materials manufactured by the Eagle Square. Another building constructed by this company is the Public Library in Chester. In addition to steel Carpenter squares for which the company is famous it has also made bedsteads Brush handles Boring machines screw Driver handles Levels Mitre boxes and Zig Zag rules. The 400�?T Manchester a the "400&Quot of new England s civic and business leaders from governors to Heads of the Region s top corporations met wednesday night for the 42nd mid year meeting of the Quot new England the regional development organization opens two Days of meetings today to debate regional Power costs to discuss possibility of an office in Europe to boost new England Trade and to Honor 21 new England cities and towns for municipal reports. . Power savings predicted by 197h, Mit Engineer tells Nec at Manchester Tyint us Fiat Cate a tic cd to Tui choose from Bulova Benrus Croton priced from no easy by us it terms other hatches from if maj Fienberg s 447 main St. Bennington it. Father Wolf to speak at Hoosac school service Hoosick . A closing exercises for the year Are scheduled for this weekend and will begin with the awarding of cups and letters for athletic and extra curricular activities in exercises on the lower Campus at 3 . Saturday. These will be under the direction of Henry h. Dickie athletic director. The annual missionary service will be held in All saints Church Here at 5 . The Rev. Philip a. Lewis Rector of the Church and chaplain of the school will officiate at the service of choral Evensong. The Rev. Frederick b. Wolf Rector of St. Peter s Church Bennington will be speaker. Clarence Hollister an alumnus and organist of St. Paul s episcopal Church Albany will be organist. The lessons will be read by Jan Juta a member of the Board of trustees and Donn d. Wright headmaster elect. This years sixth form will sum Mer Robes and pyjamas madams shopes Quot shows i of n u t o n e Yafo oct Arv a it it is / z is St 30�lo off to Urr on our floor Model Kitchen displays furniture i no r to ratio 320 Elm St. Phone 442-5131 Bennington it. Continue up from new Post office Manchester a a nuclear Power expert predicts that by 1973, new England a electricity costs will be reduced by an average of 2 Mills per kilowatt hour in terms of today a dollars. Speaking of the opening luncheon of the new England Council s 42nd mid year meeting at the Equinox House or. Manson Benedict head of the department of nuclear engineering Mit said Quot the construction of la Large efficient modern generating stations planned by new England Power companies a should bring about this reduction and that Quot around half of the electricity generated in these new plants will be Quot the Cost of generating electricity in some of these nuclear plants will be around four Miles per kilowatt hour. This will be lower than in any other new England Power station and will be As Low As in the Best Coal by Ming plants anywhere in the United states a a said Benedict. Benedict also predicted that All base Load Power stations built in new England after 1973, will probably be nuclear. Reduction in electric rates Quot which these new plants will make possible will result in greater use of electricity in the Home and in Industry a he added. Benedict also suggested that Quot new England Power companies and Public Utility commissions should establish conditions under which Large Industrial Consumers of electricity taking the full output of adjacent nuclear Power plants could be Given wholesale electric rates As Little Over four Mills As possible. This would attract electrochemical and electro metallurgical industries to new England in the same Way that Low Cost electricity Lias at Niagara Falls and in the Tennessee Benedict said new England should guard against the Quot overzealous opposition to the use of nuclear Power which he says has developed in isolated parts of the United states. He pointed out that water cooled reactors such As the Yankee atomic reactor have been in operation for More than eight years without a single serious exposure to Radia Tion to either operating person 1 or the general Public. In addition he said nuclear Power plants do not contribute to air pollution As they give of no smoke dust or toxic gases. The speaker suggested that state planning commissions an a Industrial groups work together to make the Best use of water front Sites. Boneless Rump roast rib roast beef Chicken breasts or legs walkers la. La. La. 95c 69c 53c food Market entertain their dates and parents for dinner at the Paradise restaurant and will then go to the i. Anthony country club for dancing. Music will be furnished by William Harte. All events sunday will take place in the memorial dining Hall beginning with the cel bration of the holy eucharist at 10 30 . The it. Rev. Allen w. Brown d.d., Bishop of Albany will be celebrant. Bishop Brown will deliver the address during the graduation ceremony immediately following. Seventeen students will receive their diplomas from e. George Lav no chairman of the Board of trustees. Art Institute director to retire Williamstown mass. A the resignation of Peter Guille director of the Sterling and fran Cine Clark Art Institute Here was announced with regret to Day by the Institute s Board of trustees. Guille plans to retire As soon As a new director is a. Pointed. Guille a Long time associate of the museum s founders the late or. And mrs. Robert Sterling Clark worked with Clark after 1950 As a consultant when planning and designing of the Institute s main building was under Way. Since 1953, when Clark appointed him the Institute s first director Guille had lived and worked in Williamstown moving Here from new York. Under his guidance an acquisition policy in accordance with the Quality standards established by the founders was adopted by the trustees in 1962. Three major acquisitions have been made by the trustees the Ugolino a Siena Quot altarpiece Quot in 1962 the Michel collection of French 19th Century prints in 1963 and the Jean Honore Fragonard Quot portrait of a Man the Warrior Quot in 1964. Guille plans to devote considerable time to the operation of the Robert Sterling Clark foundation inc. Of which he is vice president and a trustee. He will remain on the Board of trustees of the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute. He is the Only remaining trustee appointed by Clark. Pic in Pac groceries have 3 locations to serve you reasonable prices Quick shopping open seven Days a week to . To . For a Quick meal try our to boy submarines next to Pic in Pac in the Flats ones a meal same hours As Bennington. Vermont fashion05 at biggest a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Young fashionable Gay Sun play or swimwear at our great y a a Savino hating �?o7 Quot n a girls fun in fancy Fercl i &2-pc. Show off swimsuits 99 newest Little fashion a look this season in double knit shape retaining stretch Nylon or a Cotton choose from pretty blouson pleated or flare skirts or tank styles. Red Royal Blue Black Pink Blue. 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