Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 15 1966, Page 18

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 18 a but Ennington Banner wednesday june 15, 1966 new Falls playground j a sex peeled to open july i Hoosick Falls for establishment of a playground area in the second Ward Are now being finalized. It is expected to be operational by july i. Acquisition of the Norman Greenberg probity on the Corner of first arum Hoosick streets was assured following a meeting in Bennington with Greenberg c. Cheney Case jr., William Grennan and Richard a Severson of the peopled party. Use of the property was acquired under three conditions that the property could be used until such time As Greenberg finds a direct need for development of it stipulating that proper notice would be Given of that intent that liability insurance be assumed by the organization using Tho property and third that actual taxes assessed against the property be assumed by the sponsoring organization. The town of Hoosick youth commission disclosed a desire to operate the playground but no funds Are available to equip or supervise the operation according to chairman Robert Hayden and director William Rourke. Representatives of the Peoples party Here agreed to pursue the problem of financing and to clarify the suitable notice of intent to retake the property placed in the first stipulation by Greenberg. This has been obtained and i Eenberg has agreed not to do so immediately prior to or during any Given summer. Village trustees Leroy Baker and Severson were appointed at /1 Miil j action Post to Hui 7 4$ pm daily double twin double �?�mut52�? pfc new Pocta preen Mouht Mih in t. I. Numi. Vyp month opening night Friday june 17th the May meeting of the Village Board to lend Village cooperation to the project and Village trucks removed debris collected by neighbourhood volunteers under the direction of Grennan. Grading will be completed this weekend and fill will be placed where needed and rolled. Anticipated costs include a Fence around the property which will be of welded wire. The Fence will be two tiers High against the Railroad tracks and one High along the Road. Swings have been donated to the commission by the Nancy shoe co., from recently purchased school grounds and new chains and seats will have to be purchased to make these suitable for use. The Only other major Cost will be the salary of the playground supervisor. In commenting on the area Peoples party chairman Severson said that of any one individual deserves credit for being the spark plug in the project it is Grennan. A Rea St ii f ii its Complete study at Dean College Manchester a two area students were among those participating in commencement exercises of Dean Junior College f Ranklin mass. Sunday afternoon. Miss Carole l. Smith Daugh or of mrs. Norman g. Fair of Bondville was one of More than 350 seniors who were Gradt it ated from the school. She received an associate degree. Michael Zambalis son of or. And mrs. Nicholas Zambalis who has lived at the Orvis inn Here was awarded a certificate of completion of studies. Both students Are graduates of Burr and Burton Seminary. Louis . Pieri chairman of i it eans Board of trustees presented diplomas to graduates. The conferring of degrees in course was done by William c. Garner president. Carl a. Rowan former director of the . Information Agency and one time ambassador to Finland spoke on a new dimensions in world hit Creek Eleanor Niles there will be a meeting of the official Board to Complete old Home Day committees of the Jermain Church june 22 at the Church at 8 . 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I Ltd a a Yome co1 should Ever get a a a Lemon in your first National fruits or vegetables Tell our manager. Hell refund your Money. Or make it right in any Way you please. Ifs our Way of proving you come first at first National. Beef Chicken or Turkey Morton s Apple pie 41 la 4 of 51 pkg i euphrates pizzas just heal amp serve Howard Johnson s big flavor1 big value 1 of Macaroni and cheese 3 14 of pkg i of Quot in sole tender Leaf Tea bags pkg of 64 66c i

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