Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 7 1966, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 7, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Steel sinks gaining popularity on patios Chicago up a ifs about time for americans to Start their migration to the Patio. The Patio says the Elkay manufacturing co., is to modern outdoor living what the old Spanish courtyard was to old Spanish outdoor living a a so Elal Center. There Are similar or ties. There Are differences. An area As Large As the Spanish courtyard Quot is not easily adaptable to most residential lots Quot Elkay notes in gentle euphemism thinking perhaps about the sunday afternoon Mush Doorn Clouds of Barbecue smoke ascending Over the neighbouring suburbs. This rather Basic difference aside there Are similarities. Be it noticed that the word Quot Patio is Spanish. And although size May be a necessary concomitant to grandeur the old spaniards had the same idea a to meet to talk to drink to eat to laugh to dance and maybe to swear never to do it again. The courtyard of the Spanish estate had a huge Fountain around which one could hear the babble of water and of gos John in. Moore building contractor Arlington Vermont Hodgson for further information brochures Etc. Call Arlington 375-2565 for that i Moon and the paint to buy is. I Lowe Brothers i in Iii % m in off Iii w paints 4 High Standard House paint for deluxe 2-coat Beauty and Protection. Recognized by Home owners and professional painters everywhere for its ease of use and top Quality. Covers solidly More Square feet of surface per gallon than Ordinary House paint. Wears Down slowly cleaning itself As it wears. Wide Choice of Beautiful colors. 113 depot Street dial 2-6343 Bennington deposits received through of each month Are credited with. Dividend for full month Bennington co operative savings amp loan association ii6v2 South St. Bennington Tel. 442-5811 sip As women immersed themselves in conversations of an intensely topical nature. Elkay says the Fountain was necessary because of the Lack of adequate plumbing. Besides it was an expression of that certain Spanish flair for expense and ostentation. In Short it was a product of its time. Elkay which says it pioneered in convincing people that waiter sources Are needed in More than just the Kitchen and bathroom with its sink ionizing sic concept claims to be the world s largest producer of stainless steel sinks. There is an unconfirmed report that the firm knew it was time to Start pushing its sinks hard when a vice president saw one of those mushroom Clouds take the shape of an old expensive Spanish Fountain stainless steel sinks Are rising in popularity on the Patio. Elkay says it can put Satin Fli it wishes which with new designs allow those products of their time to Quot blend with any surrounding a a no matter How different your suburb is. While the steaks Are burning the kids Are bothering everybody and you have charcoal on your face what do you do a suggestion go to your Satin finish sink fill a pall of water throw some water on the steaks some on the kids and Wash your face with the rest. It was just a suggestion. You la be Able to do the same thing next year. Elkay says. Stainless steel is very durable in bad weather. Maybe More durable than you. Zoning permits Bennington Village zoning inspector a. Sidney Edson reports that during april he issued permits for $43,300 Worth of new construction. Building permits were issued to the following a George Kerbs for a one family House on Pine Circle East. A Ralph a. Bevels of 102 Morgan St., for the addition of a room for either business or residential use. A Edward l. Knapp for a one family residence at 7 Knapp drive. A Donald com a for additional rooms at 216 North Branch St. Edson also reports that he referred four applications to the zoning Board of appeals. In each Case the use to which the new construction would have been put did not conform to zoning regulations. Bennington Banner saturday May 7, 1966�?0 real estate transfers town clerk miss Mary to deck reports the following real estate transfers were recorded in her office during the period april 29-May 6. April 29 a Carl e. And Marion n. Allen to Everett p. And Ida a. Leblanc All of Bennington property along the Southwest line of North Bennington Road in the town of Bennington bordered on the Northwest by property of Jepson. April 29 a Frederick j. And Barbara j. Beecher to Edward w. And Betty b. Nuckolls All of Bennington two parcels of property in Bennington Village one bordered by the South line of Elm Street and the other by the North line of Stark Street. May 3 a John c. Page to Myron h. Earley both of Bennington property in Bennington Village situated North of Elm Street and bounded on the North by lands formerly of the Rutland railway corporation. May 4 a Warren e. And Elisabeth v. Harmon to Arnold and Margaret Revett All of Bennington property in Bennington Village bounded on the North by Bradford place and on the East by South Branch Street. Crl Al gins Quot Fel j urn 3j 2 slice demolition stomp a Burgess Brothers Workman Donald Peacock packs Down rubble As a giant Clamshell upper left rests its jaws before taking another bite. Two houses came Down this week near the sacred heart school to make Way for added playground and parking space. A third House was demolished near Bennington Catholic High school. Hamilton automatic can opener Only $13.45 toaster special it $16.95 h. Greenberg amp son. Inc 321 main St. Dial 2-6325 Bennington science Center construction begins at Williams College our rental service amp Garden supplies dept. Is now open Williamstown mass. A excavation work is under Way on the new Bronfman science Center which will be the biggest building on the Williams College Campus when completed. Some 17,300 cubic Yards of Earth and 4,200 cubic Yards of Rock will be excavated to make a foundation Hole from to to 30 feet deep on the sloping site. Blasting of the Rock is expected to begin within two weeks according to Peter w Slanetz director of physical Plant. He noted that All detonations will be completely safeguarded by heavy steel Mats and there will be a series of Small charges minimizing noise. The College is giving 7,000-8,000 cubic Yards of Earth to the town of Williamstown for use As land full at the town dump. The town has been purchasing fill. Also to be donated is the Rock that will be removed by blasting. The town plans to use this As a base for an Access Road from Cole Avenue to the town Wells. The Holyoke firm of Daniel o Connell amp sons has the contract for the excavation work. The general contract will be put out for bids during the latter part of May and should be awarded in late june with construction on the building to Start soon thereafter. It is hoped that the project can be finished by september 1967. Benjamin Thompson who designed the five Greylock quadrangle buildings which opened last fall at Williams is the architect for the science Center. The exterior style of the new Structure will be similar to that of the Greylock residential houses and dining Hall. The architect s estimate for Cost of the Bronfman Center including equipment is in the area of $2,800,000. It will be a four Story building plus basement having approximately 82,-000 Square feet of floor space. The next largest Williams building is Stetson Library and the Roper Center with a combined floor space of 75,000 Square feet. Baxter Hall the student Union building has 57,800 Square feet and Lasell gymnasium 57,-000 Square feet. The building was made possible by a gift of $1,250,000 by Samuel Bronfman president of distillers corporation sea Gram limited and his family Edgar m. Bronfman a 1950 alumnus of Willia Scharles r. Bronfman Munda de Gunsberg and Phyllis Lambert. Lawn rollers soc Lawn fertilizer spreader soc electric hedge clippers $2.00 Roto Tiller Lawn seeders Lawn sweepers $1.00 Extension ladders $1.00 i Quot electric Drill $1.00 wheel Barrows amp $1.00 a Day minimum a Day a Day minimum $1.50 per or. A minimum $1.00 a Day minimum a Day minimum a Day minimum a Day minimum a Day minimum Economy Auto stores inc 530 main St. Dial 2-6226 open Friday till 9 All Day saturday demonstration cities share uplift costs appointed Kenneth j. Hanau jr., president of k amp h corrugated Case corp. Has announced the appointment of mrs. Dorothy Cunningham As assistant Secretary to the corporations and its subsidiaries Vermont Container corp. Of Bennington and k amp h containers inc. Of Wallingford Conn. She resides at Lake vue Park Montgomery . Washington up a a City of i million would stand to get maybe $440 million in Federal Aid under president Johnson s proposed plan for bringing the Good life to 60 to 70 demonstration cities. Robert Weaver Secretary of the new department of housing and Urban development recently gave this example of what the program would mean in dollars and cents to such a hypothetical City. The demonstration area would be mainly residential. It would contain about 100,000 people. It would have a Large chunk of the City s slums blight unemployment and poverty a All the things that make living miserable. A capital improvements. The Federal government and the City might team up to build new streets Public housing neighbourhood centers Parks and playgrounds. A services Washington would help the City set up the full Range of poverty programs including welfare for children and older people health services vocational rehabilitation and manpower training. A citywide projects. The City might put in a new bus system or a Hospital. Federal officials say it will take five years to remake a target area. Adding up All the figures brings the total Federal Aid contribution to $440 million and the City s share to $200 million. The City s share would in clude state and other non fed eral contributions As Well Aslo Cal costs. According to Weaver a smaller City a with a population of under 50,000 a might get a total of $23 million in Federal Aid Over five years. This would include $15 million of regular Federal help and $8 million of supplemental Money. The local share would be $10 million. About 75 cities have shown a Strong interest Quot in getting picked As a demonstration City. According to Weaver Many More Small cities than Large cities will be chosen. Planning a vacation Cabin come in and find out the facts you can build this one for less than $2,000 a. J. 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