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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - May 25, 1966, Bennington, Vermont At Manchester Knowles system evaluation seen rising above budgeted Cost Manchester a selectmen were assured by listers tuesday night that the Knowles system property re evaluation Here would be completed by april 1967 and that in the words of Lister Henry b Robinson the evaluation will be a Quot Good listers were asked to appear to give a Progress report and to discuss the Knowles account which according to figures Given at the meeting will be depleted by september if the current rate of spending is continued. Selectmen foresaw the possible need for another <3,000 Over the amount budgeted for the evaluation this year. If needed the Money would be spent in 1966 to keep the evaluation on schedule and would be carried As a deficit they said. The total expenditure for the evaluation would not exceed the original $15,000 estimated for it when it was initiated however select men explained. During a discussion of costs Lister William j. Mallin said he had been overpaid on several occasions for work in amounts varying from one half to one hour a Day which he said he never did. He asked select men to give him a Bill for the overpayment in question. Timekeeper for the listers is Clyde h. Bryantsr. Bryant said he was under the impression that the time records he turned in for Mallin were Correct but said if Mallin was Dis Swiss miss to be ambassador visiting Manchester this Slimmer Manchester a Regula Schmidt Young Swiss journalist from Bern will be the Experiment in International living s Quot ambassador in Manchester this summer. The program Here is sponsored by the Manchester rotary club. Miss Schmidt is expected to arrive in Manchester about july 6. She will reside Here for two weeks with each of four rotary club families. Names of the families will be released shortly. Miss Schmidt 24, a thedaugh Ter of or. George . Schmidt of Bern. She has studied in Switzerland and England and travelled in Switzerland Italy Spain Austria and France. Miss Schmidt will leave her employment As a Public relations writer and Secretary for the Swiss National tourist office in Bern at the end of this month to prepare for her trip to the United states. Prior to her employment at the Swiss tourist office she worked As a newspaper correspondent. Among the special interests. On her application miss Schmidt lists politics and problems and begin their Community stays. Either during or after the commie nity stay each visitor is allowed a free week of unrestricted travel in the . Miss Schmidt will return to Switzerland in september. The Experiment in International living was founded in 1932 in Putney. The program so far has brought 7,000 people from 40 countries to live with families in the . In the Quot outbound program some 10,000 experimenters have lived with families on five continents abroad. Satisfied with his recording he could turn in his own time records. The exact amount of the claimed overpayment was not determined at the time of the meeting. Selectmen chairman i. Stanford Zecher suggested that listers make an Effort to keep Down the numbers of night work hours in an Effort to conserve Knowles system funds. Listers said they had completed 585 properties and that there Are about 300 left to be evaluated. Valuation of lands connected with the listed properties has not been completed however but listers said preliminary figures for the evaluations have been recorded. The final valuation of lands will come at the end of the Knowles study when listers will be assisted by representatives of the state tax department. According to Bryant the Knowles listings Are costing the town about $15 a property. Listers agreed to Check on names of persons with unlicensed dogs submitted in a letter to selectmen by town clerk Clara May Hemenway and to Check on the names of property owners of record and persons incorrectly listed for poll tax purposes As indicated in another letter from the town clerk. Say it with music a the Arlington chorale under the direction of Theodore Cook sing out during their annual Spring concert held saturday evening at Arlington memorial High school. Thompson Bennington Banner wednesday Max 1966 -3 Arlington Helene Thompson 373-2325 the annual business meeting of the Arlington High school alumni will be held thursday at 8 ., at the firehouse in East Arlington. There will be no meeting at the banquet in june. Kindergarten parents will meet tonight at 8 at the Community Liaise. Tuesdays edition of the Burlington free press ran a photo of Ann Scott Smith of Arlington a graduate sunday at gym who is a new Ensign in the . Naval Reserve. Miss Scott Smith 22, has completed her studies in the Ulm school of nursing and will now have four weeks of officer training at Newport r. I. Before being stationed for 18 months at the naval Hospital Camp Pendleton Calif. Sparse support of regional planning rules out Manchester town meeting Manchester a after counting Only 48 signatures on a petition circulated by the planning commission requesting a revote on the regional planning article which was Defeated at last town meeting Here selectmen declined tuesday night to Call a special town meeting to reconsider the locally controversial article. Selectmen had earlier ordered the petitions circulated to see if there was some Public support for reconsideration. In View of the demonstrated Lack of support for the revote selectmen said they did not see How they would be justified in calling a special town meeting. The town fathers added however that of there was another special town meeting called before the March town meeting the article might possibly be placed miss Regula Sull mint questions connected with tourism. Young people enrolled in the program arrive in new York in late june spend a week in new York followed by a week in Washington . Where they Are Given a tour and have an Opportunity to meet and talk with government officials. At the conclusion of the Washington trip the Quot ambassadors new Day Issal is now available this new Missal an Ideal graduation priced from Only 4.25 10.50 Bennington bookshop inc 416 main St. Bennington it. Dial 442-5136 Nona Genaria named fraud marshal for North Bennington memorial Parade North Bennington Elias Dide Elwell who has probably watched More parades than anyone else in the Village will be grand marshal of the annual memorial Day Parade Here. Elwell who will be 93 in August thinks nothing of a daily walk of a mile or so and although he May consent to ride in the place of Honor in the Parade this year it will be Only to spare the feelings of aging cub scouts and brownies who might not be Able to keep up with him. The Parade Here alternates homemakers Council hears political scientist sen. A a. Angley or. Sen. Angney to address Amus grads Arlington a Bennington county sen. Allan b. Angney or. Will address Arlington memorial High school graduates june to during commencement exercises at the High school gym. Donolyn Hagelberg daughter of or. And mrs. Richard Hagelberg will deliver the valedictory address and the Salut Atory address will be Given by Barbara Garrecht daughter of or. And mrs. George Garrecht. The senior prom takes place at the High school gym june 3 from 8 30 To 12 30 . Phil Foote and his orchestra from Albany will furnish music. Baccalaureate will be held june 5 at 4 When the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley of St. Margaret Mary s Church will give the address. Class night is june 8 at 8 And the final Assembly for High school students will be at 9 . June to. i they re better than Ever this year and we have Over 40 styles for you to choose from. Whether it s the open toe or thong you want a we have it. A Stop in today and select your priced from y 4 $3 to $16 included in our selection Arr Many styles by Fred by i n main St., Bennington Sprink St., Williamstown mass. West Arlington a or. Leonard Rowe political scientist and a member of the staff of Bennington College discussed Quot Viet Nam a trial or tragedy Quot and led a Lively question and answer period for the nearly too women who turned out for the annual Spring meeting of the Bennington county homemakers Extension Council monday evening at West Arlington Community Hall. Mrs. Malcolm Clough of Dorset will replace mrs. Nate Kam Ber of Manchester As president of the organization. Other incoming officers include mrs. Howard Hill of Sunderland vice president and mrs. Horace Moore of Rupert treasurer. Member clubs of the organization displayed their accomplishments some in the form of handcrafts others in notebooks describing activities in nutrition health and safety. The West Arlington group reported on the Rifle safety course co sponsored with the Arlington fish and game club last fall. This was a first for the group and reportedly a very successful Enterprise. A report by mrs. Helgi mets of Peru included a letter from Luigi the italian boy the county Council sponsored from the time he was 11-years-old until he became 18. Now residing in Rome working full time for a tailor Luigi claims to be almost the entire support of his family. The local organization once furnished him with a sewing machine. Since Luigi has become Independent the club now sponsors a philippino girl and an american Indian boy. It was announced that a bus tour is planned for june i to go to Strawberry Banks a restoration near Portsmouth . And on june 13 a Day Camp is planned to Start at 9 . At Camp on Dawa. This meeting is open to Public observers. Reservations have been made for participation As it was necessary to order supplies in Advance. Each member will bring a lunch. Approximately $50 was Given this year to Fye a farm youth Exchange program. Siul Toshii re fran Stacy 442-6524 All parents of Little league members Are reminded that there will be a work party at the North Bennington Little league Field at 6 tonight. Workers Are asked to bring shovels rakes and hammers. The Field must be completed tonight in order to begin the summer schedule. Senior methodist youth Fellowship will hold a food Sale saturday at Clinton Mcdonald s Barber shop from 10 30 . To i There will also be a fish Pond for the enjoyment of the youngsters. Ladies auxiliary boy scout troop 331 held its regular monthly meeting at the elementary school monday evening. It was decided to hold a a a footless food Sale Quot and scout mothers and wives of committeemen will be contacted by letter for donations. Money raised will be used to buy items which will be awarded at the firecracker festival july 4, and to replenish the Treasury. Further plans were discussed concerning the Candy Booth the auxiliary plans to have at the fair. The next meeting will be held june 20 at 7 45 Its route Between the two local cemeteries and this year will go to Grandview cemetery. The Parade will leave the Church Street Side of the school grounds at 9 ., proceed Over Church Down West and up main to the Honor Roll in the Park where Brief services will be held before going on to the cemetery. Chaplains of the Day Are the Rev. Alfred Scott of the Baptist Church and the Rev. Walter Miller of St. John s. The Parade will be led by the Nuhs band making its Farewell appearance As a unit on the local scene. Fire departments and auxiliary from both Shaftsbury and North Bennington As will the scout contingents from both communities. Manchester in that warning. In any Case selectmen said the article will appear on the March warning if not voted earlier. Manchester was the Only a key town Quot to vote Down the regional planning article and because the votes of All approving towns in Bennington county were contingent on Quot key town Quot approval the negative vote by Manchester prevented formation of a regional planning commission. The article provides that All approving votes Are voided unless the a key towns Quot vote approval prior to the 1967 March town meeting. If Manchester votes the article Down again in March formation of the regional planning commission will be impossible without a revote by All towns that previously approved the article or by a special article in the March town meeting warnings nullifying the Quot key town Quot provision. The article provided for formation of a regional planning commission in Bennington county. Cost for the commission was divided among the towns with state and Federal Ald participation. The regional planning commission would have been empowered to hire a professional planner who would provide plans for each Community in the commission membership and an Overall plan for the Region. The planners recommendations were subject however to local approval. Nurses wanted in Len Len 3 Toll Full time or part time 3 Toll Full time or part time la To 7 . Full time or part time top wages Crescent Manor nursing Home 442-5558 new graduate a As Alert readers of tuesdays Banner May have noted a Ulm commencement Story said Howard a. Wilcox above received his Bachelor of science degree in agriculture sunday but his photo was erroneously captioned with his brother a name Ronald. Ronald graduated several years ago from Albany College of pharmacy. Both Young men Are the sons of or. And mrs. Howard e. Wilcox of Silver Spring farm Manchester. Chat Kingh Fiser p o to. Mhz w in or in is marshals for graduation ceremonies at Burr and Burton Seminary will be Dennis Edson Junior class president and Catherine Smith Junior class Secretary. They will Lead the line of March during the june 12 commencement exercises. Officials of the Manchester firefighters association inc., said today that the association Benefit planned at the Equinox House thursday night is nearly a of the nearly 300 tickets issued Only 16 were left tuesday afternoon. The ladles auxiliary Batten kill Valley aerie 2551, foe will sponsor a food and rummage Sale on the Lawn of the first Baptist Church at 2p.m.saturday in Manchester Center. According to food Sale chairman mrs. Catherine v. Merrow Spaghetti and meat balls homemade bread baked Beans and pastries will be included. Dorset Marchen Skinner 867-4490 Lyman Dean son of or. And mrs. Walter Miller has enlisted for four years in the air Force and will leave thursday from Rutland. After a shortstop Over in new Hampshire he will Fly to his station in Texas. After Basic training he expects to be sent to Florida where he will be joined by his wife who until then will be with her Mother mrs. Hope Roberts in Man Chester. Lyman is a graduate of Dorset elementary school and Burr and Burton Seminary class of 65. He has been employed by Arthur Groves a Manchester contractor. His friends have been invited by his parents to a Farewell party wednesday evening at their Home in South Dorset. 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