Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives May 22 1965, Page 2

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner saturday May 22, 1985 sign up to end for emergency Aid Bennington county Farmers Are needed to re establish seedlings reminded that june i is the Clos which failed due to drought coning Date for enrolling in the Emer do tons. The maximum Anjo unt cd gency act assistance program Cost sharing allowed is $25 per according to John j. Devito Man acre. Vager of the Bennington county any Farmer wishing to apply to office tor assistance should Contact de Devito said Farmers can re Vito at the ass office at 310 quest Federal Cost sharing for main St., Bennington before june Limestone fertilizer and seed i Grants in psf for values 210 North Bennington re. Bennington it. to 2 years to pay for All Purchase it no Money be Down u / rotarians peek Luggage Adams clothes shop a shoes too Fri e parking in rear of store the Putnam memorial Hospital is asking those who can to walk up and Down stairs in the Hospital beginning next wednesday not Only because of or. Paul Dudley White s recent visit to Bennington when he advised it but because the Hospital will be operating with Only one elevator. On that Day the elevator in the old building will be taken out of service and construction will begin for the installation of two new elevators. For several months the Hospital will have to carry All materials supplies and services on the elevator in the new Wing. Robert d. Stout administrator said that a although this one elevator will be heavily used and at times things May be a Little difficult with cooperation from everyone we anticipate no serious disruption of services within the Hospital. The major problem will be getting heavy carts and equipment up and Down the Steep ramp Between the old and new building. One major requirement for Success in this undertaking will be to convince Hospital personnel physicians and Hospital visitors to walk rather than the two elevators have been purchased from the Bay state elevator co. Of Springfield mass., at a Price of $49,800. They were Low of three bidders and were awarded the contract some weeks ago so manufacture of the elevators could begin. Gordon and Sutton inc., general contractors of North Adams automated . Hinger buying Power super duper Market depot Street Bennington it. High school seniors choose your Post graduation Job now briefs at Pratt amp Whitney aircraft apply now Start work after graduation on a Date of your Choice men who graduate in june should investigate the Many varied Job opportunities at the aircraft the largest employer in new England. In addition you May also qualify for one of several training courses which Are periodically offered to employees. Go a a o now is the time to Check Quot the aircraft openings in 3 Connecticut plants in the senior methodist youth Fellowship has two fund raising projects in operation today. Its ice Cream social in front of the methodist Church will be Selling from 10 30 . To 3 . Soda is to be sold at Tri state music festival during the Day outside Bennington elementary school. Miss Gloria Hollister Dick Noble miss Rosemary Christie and Russell Christie Are on the committee assisted by other my members. The following state Parks were opened yesterday May 21, according to Perry h. Merrill commissioner of forests and Parks Sand bar grand Isle Burton Island Brighton Lake Carmi and Maidstone. All others will open May 23. The earlier opening of some Parks is to accommodate Canadian visitors who have victorian Day a National Holiday. Miss Diane Whitney daughter of or. And mrs. Willard Whitney of 210 North St., will go to White River jct. This morning to compete in the miss Silver towers Beauty pageant sponsored by the Vermont elks association. The pageant will be one of a number of events in the annual elks convention. Bennington Village motorists Are reminded that fines for speeding and going through red lights will be raised from $5 to $10 after Midnight sunday. An ordinance approved by Village trustees appears for the last time under Legal notices in today a Banner. Iron Kettle weekend special roast loin of pork applesauce dressing. Complete dinner $1.75. Adv. May 21 East Hartford 400 main St. North Haven 415 Washington ave. Southington Queen St. Employment offices open for your convenience weekdays a 8 . To 8 . Saturdays a 8 . To 12 noon in a an equal Opportunity employer a to Pratt amp Whitney aircraft u division of United aircraft corporation a the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. 442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of ail local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery to per Day subscription rates by mall for 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, 6 months $11.70,1 year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 special rates for servicemen. Second class postage paid at Bennington it. Inside the governor s office Broon Manchester . Office signing up Friday for summer jobs in the Manchester Bow s youth employment service at the court House Are rom left James Fleming. Sue Smith Nancy to Howard and Stephen Rosencrantz. Third from left is mrs. Irma Zentz it pm president and . Manager and second from right is judge Margaret Dougherty Bow Secretary. As Many As 60 students have filed for summer jobs. Mitre Alkin it Hospital As elevators Are installed mass., was the successful bidder for the construction of the shafts and internal and external renovations of the building. The Cost of this work will be $66,000. The Irene Heinz Given amp John Laporte Given foundation inc., gave the Hospital $25,000 to Purchase one of the elevators. The remaining funds for this program will be from the hospitals own sources. The elevators Are being extended into the attic of the older Section of the Hospital so this area can be opened for better use As a storage area Stout said. Modern Hospital equipment often requires that any of three or four types of Beds be used for a patient he continued and the others must be stored. Storage which is quickly accessible is important for things like Iron lungs oxygen tents Etc. A this equipment is getting bigger and we have to have More of it to keep up to Date so storage is a major problem in today a Hospital. We Are very fortunate to have an attic a Stout said. In addition to going into the attic the elevators will be so designed that of another floor is added on top of the new East Wing at some future Date the elevators can also serve this floor. The floor level of this floor would be 18 inches higher than the attic floor of the old building. The new elevators will be of modern design completely automatic and equipped with electric Eye controls on the doors. The mechanism operating the elevators will be installed in a Penthouse on the roof. Ben Mutton working routine in the office of gov. Philip h. Hoff and his executives role in Vermont government was described Friday to Bennington rotarians by Thomas a Kenney of Richmond. Kenney a top aide of gov. Hoff related methods devised by the governors office and the various departments As Well As strengthening the role of the chief executive in line with 1959 recommendations made by a commission studying operations of state government. This commission Kenney said indicated that state departments were functioning As a fue Bott ii in elected president of Bennington club Alfred Bottum was elected president of the Bennington club at that groups annual meeting thursday night at the club. He succeeds Winston Lother who conducted the meeting which was proceeded by a Buffet prepared by Richard Ralph and committee. Named vice president was Joseph Shaffe and Chester Taylor was named promotion committee chairman for the coming year. John Reardon James come Roland Marcoux and Tom Ayers were named to the governing Board for a three year term. Carlton Holmes was named clerk for the coming year. Taylor presented outgoing president Lother with a gift from members. A prize for attendance at the annual meeting went to by Savage. New superintendent Rutland up a the Rutland school Board was expected to announce today its Choice of or. William Atkins of Williamstown mass., As Rutland a new superintendent of schools. Atkins will replace the retiring Homer b. Ashland. Obituary mrs. Florence Leflor mrs. Florence b. Peelor of 126 Adams St., Bennington a native of this area and one of the towns oldest citizens died at her Home Friday afternoon. She would have been 99 on july 29. She was born in Bennington a daughter of James and Louise warn Hewett. Mrs. Peelor received her education in schools of the area and was married Here in september 1884, to Elmer h. Peelor who died in 1943. She was a member of St. Peters episcopal Church and St. Mary a Guild of that Church when her health permitted. She leaves a daughter miss Mildred Peelor with whom she lived and three nieces. Friends May Call at the Hanson Walbridge funeral Home sunday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Services from the funeral Home will be monday at 2 . With the Rev. Frederick b. Wolf officiating. See Gen Kentile Over 300 a 300 a a a i patterns i i All qualities i s Many new i a designs a rom j furniture co. J 0 main Street Bennington it. Q phone. 442-5346 q dal Type baronies a Independent of the governors office. In addition to this built in obstacle for any governor to exert a Strong leadership role Kenney said that when Hoff first took office he was greeted by a very real political antagonism from some government officials who viewed his upset Victory As an Accident. Kenney said that Hoff believing that Strong leadership from the governors office was necessary undertook to organize his office staff in a manner that would permit the chief executive to overcome the antagonism get the information he wanted from departments and to direct them in projects he wanted initiated. Instead of having the department Heads handle inquiries that were directed to the governors office or study problems that cropped up Hoff turns these matters Over to staff personnel in his office. They in turn go to the various departments to obtain the information needed and report Back to the governor. In this Way Kenney explained Hoff is kept in close touch with operations of government. Hoff a aide described this working process As informal said he expressed Hope it will be continued in the future. Kenney noted his remarks might be interpreted to mean that departmental operations were inefficient but added he is a convinced that Vermon has some of the finest departmental operations one can find anywhere in the country staffed with highly competent people. Girls washable summer skirts sizes 3 to 14 51 58 up Dryad ales free parking armory lot next door bar b q Fried chickens j clams a no a 49� avg Salem a Beer t a by 1/4 and 1/2 j barrels a with Taf super Market Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermont Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page convenient making in our i Ilion St. Lot hip a Hore twin pocket a Ushi Trible a play of stripes and pure White Nichols you la love this split level casual. Embroidered Flowers separate a band of White from striped seersucker. All Cotton freshest colors. 28 to 38. T Een sizes 28-34 Loo not a drop does to Avo Cal its non fattening 16 of. Non returnable bottles Ginger ale cola Orange Root Beer Black Cherry grape we. . A Lemon la Ingleside distributor a Creme ask your favorite grocer for these excellent beverages of he does not have them phone us

Search all Bennington, Vermont newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 22, 1965

Browse