Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jun 29 1965, Page 5

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 29, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Iii North Pownal expiring districts concern paying off indebtedness by Vera Langlais Pownal a fourteen voters of the North Pownal graded school District inc. Met monday night when pros and cons of the Best method of paying its current indebtedness were discussed. North Pownal which officially becomes part of the Pownal town school District thursday is responsible for the discharge of any existing debt including a sum of $2,800 borrowed from county National Bank. Richard e. Champney chairman of the school Board indicated that according to information rec Elvet from the superintendent s office Between $800 and $900 would be raised from the Sale of desks and chairs and other school equipment to the Pownal District. Plans Call for grades 1-8 to continue studies at the North Pownal school for the 1965-66 season. It was also decided to sell the auditorium benches and original desks now in storage and the directors were appointed to Contact antique dealers to determine Lur demolished in Accident Al Manchester Manchester a a 1959 Chevrolet convertible owned and operated by John Kardas went out of control Early Friday morning while heading North on the curve on the River Road near Wilburton inn according to Village police chief George Hill the vehicle hit a Stone Wall on the Side of the Road bounced off and came to rest on another Stone Wall across the Road. It has not been determined of the Blowout of one of the tires caused the Accident or was the result of it and there was no excessive Speed indicated according to police. Passengers in the car were William Belanger Ramona Gauthier and Kay Moyer All of Manchester. Chief Hill said Kardas received multiple fractures of the right hand necessitating surgery. He was discharged from Putnam memorial Hospital in Bennington monday. Miss Moyer received a Cut on the right Eyebrow but according to the report the other passengers were unharmed. The car was completely demolished in the Accident according to police. Their actual value. Further Revenue is anticipated from the collection of $999.90 in taxes owed to the District. The actual ruling voted was that As much As Post sible of the debt should be paid from Sale of personal property and collection of delinquent taxes with no assessment for the coming year. According to Law any school District joining another is allowed a five year period to pay outstanding indebtedness. Elected Moderator and Sec re tary were Joseph Tornabene and Everett Smith. All reports of school officials were accepted. The Legal discharge of existing financial responsibility necessitated the election of a treasurer tax collector and auditor for one year and unanimously reelected were mrs. Jay Buck mrs. Robert e. Rudd or. And mrs. Martin Longner. The term of Richard e. Champney expires this year and the two remaining directors Robert e. Rudd or. And Richard Pudvar automatically become members of the Pownal Board which will eventually revert to a three Man Board. In regard to payment of officers salaries it was voted that the treasurer would receive four per cent of any Money deposited and should pay out sums to the limit of the school debt. The auditor will receive $1.50 per hour the same As last year and the tax collector the Legal percentage for collection of delinquent taxes. The District voted As usual to charge one half percent Hoosick Falls Edith Beaumont 686-9103 members of troop 64, Bra who Are attending the Mohl it can Council Camp Wak Pomlee from july 4-11, will hold their final meeting tonight at 8 in the Parish Hall. The time has been changed from 7 30 As Many members Are on baseball teams in the Community. Parents of scouts attending Camp will also meet with the troop As final plans for the annual venture Are outlined. On the last weekend of july the Green bar patrol will conduct a training session followed late in August by an annual planning session. Patrol Leader meetings will Start aug. 24, and finalize aug. 31. Troop meetings will be resumed sept. 7. Per month or six per cent per year on delinquent taxes. It was voted to Call a meeting the last monday in june 1966 for the specific purpose of discussing settlement of any debt still outstanding. Manchester Church begins fund drive Manchester a a capital building fund Campaign for a new St. Paul s roman Catholic Church to be located on a 17-acre site on Vermont 30 at Manchester Center was launched Here this week. Don Powers is general chairman. The new Church will replace the present edifice which was built in 1896 on Seminary Avenue in the Village. Announcement of the drive which sets a minimum goal of $60,000, was made sunday morning at All masses by the Rev. James b. Murray pastor. Father Murray said the goal will be applied to the approximate Cost of the property and proposed building $300,000. The new Church will retain the same name. The Overall Campaign is being directed by William p. Oboyle of pcs Parish corp., Rockville Center l.i., . Who said today that the Advance gift phase is already under Way and a general solicitation of parishioners will be made july 11. Laymen of St. Paul s who Are assisting chairman Powers Are associate chairmen Clarence e. Comar George l. Markey and mrs. Carlton j. Winslow. A meeting of team captains has been set for thursday night when a report of advanced gifts to Date will be made. The i own als Vera Langlais 823-7716 a pcs will meet tonight at 8 at the Home of mrs. Otis Dorman with mrs. Henry w. Bassen in charge of the program and mrs. Harry w. Beals or. Assisting the hostess with refreshments. John Welch son of or. And mrs. Ernest Welch of North Pownal will leave this week for fort Dix . Where he will receive Basic training who the . Army. He graduated from . This month. Bennington Banner tuesday june 29. 1166-5 firecracker festival sparked at Shaftsbury Peru water Florist a one Man show of Watercolour paintings by rubs Metcalf of Peru is currently on display at the Southern Vermont Art Center in Manchester. Metcalf s is one of seven one Man shows by various artists and photographers which run through july 14. Here Metcalf poses with one of his works Quot hauling in the Hagerman Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 the state of Vermont has filed a lease with the Silvir corp., effective june i 1966, for a liquor store in the proposed shopping Center on Vermont 11-30 Between Manchester Center and Manchester depot. The town clerk s office will be closed monday. The Manchester Bow will hold its annual picnic july 7 at the Home of or. And mrs. Fred Jones of Brook in Hearth on Vermont 11-30. Husbands and friends of members Are invited. Guests Are requested to bring their own dishes and chairs and will be solicited for food according to mrs. Ethel Bennett who is in charge of arrangements. A meeting of the Equinox flying club will be held july 8 at 7 . At potentials real estate office. A Board of civil authority meeting will be held tonight at the town clerk s office at 8. Chamber notes announcement was made last week of a new service to be offered by the chamber of Commerce whereby scheduled e vents would be recorded at the chamber office. Groups and organizations wishing to report special events Are urged to Call the chamber office and Register the Date on which they plan to hold their events. In cases of conflicting dates the chamber will so inform the parties involved. Howard h. Manley will be chairman in charge of arrangements to Welcome the new England Amateur Golf tournament to be held Here july 27, it was announced. Real estate changes the following transactions were recorded recently at the town clerks office or. And mrs. Elroy Horan sold their House and lot on Taconic Avenue to or. And mrs. Foster r. Clement or. Of Chappaqua . Mrs. Kathleen Duke has sold a House and lot on us. 7 at Manchester Center to Hope c. Salvatore. Robert Stokes has sold the former Dalton House in the Village to Eleanor Holly. Mrs. Theresa f. Campbell has sold a House and lot located on the Corner of Dillingham Avenue and West Road to or. And mrs Richard Rockwell. Mrs. Fannie j. Rogers has sold the former Carlisle House on Center Hill to or. And mrs. Scott n. Mayer of Andes . Or. And mrs. Donald j. Mat Olson have sold a House and a lot in Richville to or. And mrs. John e. Sargent. Land in the Fred h. Kent estate was sold to or. And mrs. Rudolph Heiland. Frederick s. Malone was administrator. Stenographer with some knowledge bookkeeping experienced or beginner. Manchester molding company Manchester depot. Adv Dorset rider Mamed Queen of july Rodeo Esse x Junction patience Brooks of South Dorset was named Rodeo Queen sunday during the Hill and Dale Junior horse show sponsored by the Hill and Dale 4-h club at Champlain Valley fair grounds Here. Miss Brooks who was judged on horseman ship appearance personality and sportsmanship will reign As a miss Rodeo Quot Over the upcoming Rodeo cowboys assertion of Denver Colo Rodeo sponsored july 8, 9 and to by the Burlington kiwanis club Here. The Young Eque Trienne Rode her Champion 18-year old Pinto Sparky which she will again ride this Friday when she rides with club s president into Burlington to present the mayor with complimentary Rodeo tickets. Later miss Brooks will ride from the outskirts of Mon peller to the state House where she will also present tickets to gov. Hoff. In addition to receiving a trophy at the Rodeo she will appear on the radio and on several television programs including Quot dance prizes already received include a trophy Belt and buckle a pair of boots and dinner for two at the hotel Vermont. On saturday she will ride in a Centennial Parade in Burlington and on each night of the Rodeo she will Lead the grand entry. Miss Brooks was among 20 contestants a Shaftsbury Shaftsbury firemen were Busy sunday setting up Booths and doing the ground work for a fireworks did play for their annual firecracker festival next weekend. Activities will be in full swing saturday afternoon and evening and All Day sunday. Seven shows open at Art Center Manchester a the South Ern Vermont Art Center chalked up two important firsts in the group of seven one Man shows that opened saturday through july 14. For the first time pull Day shy Louise Dahl wife has allowed a group of her famous Black and White and color photographs to be exhibited in a Public show. It is also the first show by her sculptor husband Meyer Wolfe of drawings and sculpture in plaster Bronze and Ceramic. Several Hundred people were on hand for the reception opening the exhibitions by the wolfes and also Thomas Reilly Dibble of Peru eve Dawson of Chester Russ Metcalf of Peru Alice bums of South Dorset and Lea Ehrich of Arlington. Metcalf is showing Only Watercolours Dibble has oils drawings and a few Wood sculptures in his gallery while mrs. Ehrich mrs. Dawson and miss bums Are exhibiting Oil paintings. The wolfes were persuaded to exhibit at the Art Center by Harry Shokler chairman Othear committee and his wife Darls who first met the wolfes in Tunisia during their student Days. Hoosick Falls school Board petitions due Hoosick Falls . A petitions for the two positions open on the Hoosick Falls Central school Board of education must be received before Midnight tonight according to an announcement by the Board. The annual meeting and voting is july 13. Board members whose terms have expired and who have already filed for re election Are Arthur e. Smith or. Of North Petersburg and Charles l. Frazier. Frazier is opposed to Date by Stanley Arasom of North Hoosick. There will be games of Chance a food Sale refreshment Booths Pony rides for the children and again this year a helicopter will be on hand to take passengers for a spin. Starting at 8 . Saturday there will be a dance on the Blacktop near the school with music by Phillip s orchestra. There is no admission charge for the dance and everyone is Welcome. Plenty of parking space will be available for All. For those who done to care to dance there will be Bingo and other games. The Celebration will conclude at dark sunday with an improved display of fireworks. The fire company has spent $100 More than in previous years in order to give the audience a More colourful and Wolser fourth of july than before. East Arlington Sunderland Amelia Lawrence 375-2580 or. And mrs. Edward Saunders of Orlando fla., have been in this area visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Saunders is the daughter of or. And mrs. Max Grout of East Arlington. Among Young folks looking Forward to an exciting summer Are two of or. And mrs. James Stone s daughters. Rosie is Al Ody in Philadelphia with an aunt. Mary plans to leave monday Vith an Uncle for the West coast travelling through Canada. She looks Forward to stopping at a National Park in Montana touring Disneyland and flying by Jet for the return trip a an educational experience As Well As a summer of fun. In the near future several of the youth of this area will attend 4-h Camp on Dawa while others Are and will be attending boy scout Camp at Sunrise. Gordon Howard son of or. And mrs. Earl Howard of East Arlington will leave july 7 for about three weeks to attend Philmont ranch for boy scouts in new Mexico. There will be 36 going from Green Mountain Council. Among them Are Jim Stone Mike Clayton and Bob Vallie of Arlington. Or. And mrs. William Graves and family of East Arlington have moved from the neighbourhood. They expect to spend the summer in Newton mass., where Graves will attend classes in Reading problems. September will find them established on Long Island in readiness for the new school year. Everything for the family a needs �7 sunglasses first Aid equipment film Sun Tan lotion magazines Etc. Available at Center Cut rate Manchester Center Vermont july Bonus Days All deposits received by the 10th of july in savings accounts with a balance of or More will draw interest from the 1st of july at the factory Point National Bank Manchester Center Vermont we have an outstanding selection of red White and Blue shorts and tops for boys and girls also dresses blouses and jackets. Place Mats Center pieces and table cloths. Inkey Manchester Center Vermont july 4th special july 2nd and 3rd Only buy one pair of sandals at Reg. Price $3.75 to $6.25 get second pair from selected group of broken sizes. On display for $1.00 i Purbs a inc. Jhn and Mary Hawkins Manchester Center it. Tel. 36s-1sh6 _ to the grand Union shopping Center mad Tom books 2 Miles North of Manchester on it. 7 open daily 9-5 30 sunday 12-5 suggestions for summer Reading mystery and suspense Over Soo titles including Tan Fleming s books creating the character James Bond Manchester merchants North on . 7 shop As you Are no Rush. Shop As you Are. Lightweight 19"portable to 19&Quot Overall diag Meas _ 17? so in rectangular picture area Model 2001 pm girls and ladies shorts s15vf ladies skirts sizes to to 18 available at saw Garrow a your local Ben Franklin outlet Slop in Al electronic service co. Fan Raster it. Of of .7 at i it1 Sian our loud name i and Long time fax Perry Hee is your cd Tiara tile a n.7.rfi radio 1 appliances Auto radio be sure and visit the new relax in the rustic atmosphere of this unique Leo Cream parlor in Tho Fine Vermont tradition f featuring Home made ice Cream sandwiches amp Fraps sundaes amp lodes Stone left Pool Side shop at Equinox House Manchester it. To psf select group of distinctive swim slits at reduced prices plenty of free Barking in rear

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