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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 18, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Ion Bennington Fanner monday november 18, 1963 hearing tuesday on Village zoning the first of three Public hearings to explain recommendations for a proposed zoning ordinance for the Village of Bennington will be held tuesday at 7 30 . In the Bennington county courthouse. The hearing has been called by the Village zoning commission. Bennington Village trustees will hold two additional hearings before adopting the ordinance and putting it to a vote at a Village meeting. According to present plans voters will be asked to approve the ordinance at Village meeting in March 1964. The proposed ordinance is expected to be a redrafted version of one that was presented to voters at two Public hearings last Spring. The ordinance was adopted in May by trustees and Only approval by taxpayers was required to enact it into Law. A court order issued May i by judge Dale w. Brooks of Stowe however forbade the Vil Lage to pass any Law that would interfere with the development of a trailer Park by Joseph d. Corcoran at the intersection of Morgan Street and Imperial Avenue. The proposed ordinance prohibited trailer Parks in the Village altogether and allowed single trailers in r-3 far Multi family dwellings districts Only. The injunction was lifted last month. Only approval by voters would have been required this fall to pass the ordinance if the general Assembly had not changed in the interim the statutory procedure for drafting and enacting municipal zoning ordinances. This Means that to comply with the new Law the commission has had to make certain changes in the provisions of the original ordinance and present it again to taxpayers. The Law also requires three Public hearings one held by the commission and two by trustees. Before the Law was amended each body was required to hold one hearing. Police probe 3 Bennington prep club program started one car smashes Over weekend to ease the school to Job transition area obituaries Harold p Estes Harold p. Estes,67, world War i Veteran died saturday at the Vermont soldiers Home where he had been a resident for about three years. Or. Estes was born in Hoosick Falls . Jan. 25, 1896, son of Harvey e. And Anis Bickford Estes. He had attended Hoosick Falls schools. For Many years he had been associated with his father in the painting contracting business. They had also operated a wallpaper and paint store on main Street. He married the former Mary Ward who died in Bennington april la 1960. Survivors include one son Harold a. Estes of Jacksonville fla., and three grandchildren. The funeral will be held at Mahar amp son funeral Home at 2 . Tuesday. Burial will be in the Estes family lot in Park Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Mrs. Sadie d. Whitman Manchester depot a funeral services Tor mrs. Sadie d. Whitman 71, widow of Lyman Whitman who died saturday at her Home Here will be conducted in the Brewster funeral Home at Manchester Center tuesday at 2 ., by the Rev. Robert Clayton Rector of Zion episcopal Church. Burial will be in factory Point cemetery. Mrs. Whitman was born in Sunderland feb. 12, 1892, daughter of Horton and Nettie Bull Baker. She had lived the greater part of her Lite in Manchester. She w As a member of the Ion episcopal Church and former member of Excelsior Rebekah Lodge. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Dorothy Clavette of Dolgeville . A son Robert Whitman of Manchester depot a brother Harley Baker of Benson la grandchildren two great grandchildren three Sisters mrs. George Livingston of last Dorset mrs. Carolina Davis of Shaftsbury and mrs. Edna Harris of Bennington and nieces and nephews. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . Herbert h i inn Brattleboro a Herbert w. Quinn 77, a former resident of the Carpenter Hill Section of Pownal who was struck and fatally injured by an automobile in Brattleboro Friday night was born in Whitingham april 26, 1896. Or. Quinn had been visiting friends at the Home of mrs. Alice Myers in Pownal just two Days prior to the Accident. He had retired As maintenance Man at the Home for the aged in Brattle it Oro about four year Sago in 1920 he Man Eva Lulu Carey who died in 1952. The couple lived in Wilmington where he was employed by the new England Box co. Until 1940 and then moved to Brattleboro. He had to Mohany desk 32&Quot x 17&Quot x 39&Quot 99.50 same desk available with Glass top Bookcase As Secretary. Haynes amp Kane inc 434 main St. Bennington most recently made his Home in Bennington with a daughter mrs. Robert Vicaire. In Brattleboro he had also worked for the recreation superintendent several years. Surviving besides his daughter in Bennington is another daughter mrs. Albert Houle of Vernon three sons Milton n. Of Brattleboro Frederick d. Of Hinsdale and Bernard r. Of Farmington . A sister mrs. De Frink of Athol mass. 13 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The funeral will be held at 2 . Wednesday in the Wilmington congregational Church. Covey funeral Home of Wilmington is making arrangements. Mrs. George d. Hurley mrs. George d. Hurley the former miss Gertrude Nolan of 124 Harrison ave., died Friday night at Putnam memorial Hospital where she had been a patient for two Days. Mrs. Hurley was born in Bennington a daughter of the late Frank and Sarah Carney Nolan. She had received her education at St. Francis de sales Academy of which she was a graduate. She was married to George d. Hurley at St. Francis de sales Church May la 1916. She was a member of St. Francis de sales Church. Her Devotion to her Home and especially to her handicapped son had been outstanding. Survivors Are a son Richard of Bennington two Sisters mrs. Joseph Elizabeth Dwyer of Hoosick Falls and miss Helen c. Nolan of Bennington two aunts miss Mary a. Carney and mrs. Gertrude c. Martin of Bennington also nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at Mahar amp son funeral Home at 8 30 . Tuesday with a prayer and in St. Francis de sales Church at 9 when a requiem High mass will be offered. Burial will be in the family lot in Park Lawn cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 . When the family will be in attendance. Recitation of the Rosary will be at 8 tonight. Thrift shop among items at the shop Are a Large Rug suitable for Camp a foam Pillow several Woolen scarfs a pair of Blue Satin shoes and a pair of White fur mules. Also offered Are a set of Colliers encyclopedia several dolls and ice skates a boys yellow Slicker and hat to match silverware a non tip beverage Carrier. The wardrobe trunk is still on hand. There have been requests for toys and children a shoes and also boys clothing. Due to thanksgiving the shop will be closed the weekend of nov. 29 and 20. Workers on f riday were mrs. Joseph Mcdermott mrs. Caryl Adams and mrs. Lillian Kleine and on saturday mrs. Ruth boy and miss Maud Edson. Slink averages Dow Jones Bache amp co., Albany n Oon 30 industrials 737.21�?2.79 20 railroads 171.47 a .87 15 utilities 138.17�?.19 composite average 260.18 a .84 sales 2,200.000 new Issue on Newsstands today is the new Winter Issue of Vermont life which features this cover photo of a farm in Reading. Also in this Issue is a picture Story by Banner reporter Bob Hagerman on the television Tower on it. Mansfield highest Point in Vermont. Bennington briefs Gold Star mothers will meet at 7 30 tonight at the vow rooms. Miss Ellen gird reports that she inadvertently omitted the old first Church in her report on the collection for Unicof. Old first Church had 14 children participating and $11.47 was collected. A Public meeting sponsored by the Bennington peace forum will be held at 8 . Wednesday at the Bennington free Library. Speaker will lie Barton Bernstein who teaches american history at Bennington College. His topic will be Quot Cuba and the cold the Welcome Wagon club will hold its meeting in the old Bennington schoolhouse wednesday nov. 20 instead of thursday As first planned. Plans for the Christmas dance will be discussed. Lester Jipp and Richard Caswell social studies teachers will l oth present the program a report on the ideologies course at Benld. Both men helped develop the course and teach it As a team. Anyone is invited to the program. Sumner Kean columnist and county editor of the Banner resumed his duties today after recuperating from a heart condition. His place was taken during his absence by mrs. Nancy h. Otis the newspapers Manchester correspondent. The regular monthly meeting of the ladies auxiliary to Green Mountain Pup tent no. 2, military order of the Cootie will be held at 7 30 . Thursday at the old Bennington schoolhouse. Cooties Margaret knights and Frances Hunt will serve refreshments. Bennington a Robert e. Cummings jr., state commissioner of banking and insurance will to the guest speaker at a meeting wednesday of the Southern Vermont life underwriters association at the it. Anthony country club. The meeting will begin at 11 30 . The regular monthly meeting of the american legion auxiliary will be held at 8 . Tuesday at the Home of miss Carolyn Clark of 305 Grove St. Members Are reminded to bring their gifts for hospitalized veterans families. The regular meeting of the Beech Street school Parent teachers group will be held at the school at 8 . Tuesday. The program will be about the new methods of teaching mathematics with Robert Brock of Molly Stark school speaking on what Quot modern mathematics is All about and its advantages. All parents and interested persons Are invited. The annual Christmas party for knights of Columbus members children has been set for sunday dec. 15, at k of c Hall at 2 30 . There will be movies shown Santa Claus will be there and ice Cream and Candy will be Given. Grand Knight James Delong is chairman. Mrs. Everett Lillie of South Stream Road won the lady a wrist watch and mrs. Eva Moret to of Darling Street the automatic electric broiler in last weeks "40 hour promotion at Central Vermont Public service corp. Here it was announced today. Sales representatives said there were hundreds who registered during the 40 hours. A it Ltd i. It it it it it it order your Butterball turkeys Home baked pies mince Apple pumpkin for thanksgiving Madkour s Central Market Harley e. Hurlburt son of or. And mrs. Paul Hurlburt of 206 Putnam St., has been promoted to Cadett sgt. In the Union College air Force Roth detachment it has been announced by maj. Bruce d. Ferrier detachment commandant. Hurlburt a Junior at the College is a physics major. He was valedictorian of his class at Bennington High school. The committee on Public relations of the United counselling services Board of trustees will meet at 8 . Tuesday in the us offices Willow Road. Women of the Moose no. 1018 will hold its regular meeting at 8 . Wednesday at Moose flail with senior Regent Jane Ann Potter presiding. Mrs. Helen Galipeau will be refreshment chairman. Mrs. Mary Iller will bring the Surprise gift. A chinese auction will be held. Co workers Are reminded to bring items for the auction to Benefit the Library fund. Mrs. Alice Hoyt of 241 depot St. Is confined at her Home with an ankle ailment and expects to be housed for a Long period. Her daughter who underwent surgery on her hip recently is now Back in school but will be on crutches until at least the first of the year. Funerals Harold w Dockum or. The funeral of Harold w. Dockum sr., Steward at the local aerie fraternal order of eagles for 20 years was held in St. Francis de sales Church sat i Day morning with a requiem High mass offered by the it. Rev. Msgr. Francis b. Flanagan pastor. A prayer at Mahar amp son funeral Home preceded the mass. Bearers were Ralph a. Thur Ber sr., Burt Bushee Perley Gates Charles Silver Jesse Watson and Fred Bevis. Friday night msgr. Flanagan led in the recitation of the Rosary. Thursday night the foe attended in a group to offer a service with president Earl Tripp and chaplain Ralph Bent. Friday night the Poe elks called in a group at the funeral Home to pay last respects to their brother with exalted ruler Francis Corbett and chaplain Henry Ryan leading them in prayer. Burial was in Park Lawn cemetery with msgr. Flanagan offering prayers. Friends and relatives attended from Cavendish Bellows Falls fair Haven Springfield Middlebury William Antic Conn. Granville and Cady Ville . Miss Margaret Hanley the funeral of miss Margaret Hanley a former resident of Manchester was held at Mahar amp son funeral Home sunday afternoon with a prayer and in St. Columbus Church Arlington where a libera service was offered by the pastor the Rev. Gerald t. Buckley. Burial was in St. Columbanus cemetery Arlington with for. Buckley offering prayers. Relatives and friends attended from Rutland Manchester and Arlington. Autos collide at county and North an Auto collision at 12 10 . Sunday at the intersection of county and North streets resulted in minor injuries to one women and moderate damage to both vehicles. Thomas f. Moore of the Lyons District was going East on county Street and George g. Fox Manchester n.h., was travelling North on North Street. They collided in the Center of the intersection and both claimed they had a Green Light according to Bennington Village police. Mrs. Belle Fox a passenger in the Fox car received a bumped head and thumbs. State police Are still investigating three separate single vehicle accidents Early sunday morning. The three resulted in combined damages of More than $2,000, but no serious personal injuries. The first occurred about 2 45 . On Vermont 9 in Searsburg near the worlds end diner and involved a 1956 Dodge Sedan operated by William a. Gunn of Brattleboro. Gunn was travelling East when he apparently lost control of the vehicle on a curve to his right. The car went off the left Side of the Road Down an embankment and struck a Boulder. A passenger believed to be with Gunn has not been identified. At about 3 35 ., William g. Manser 19, of Norfolk va., and Cornell University was travelling West on Vermont 9 in Woodford when he apparently went to sleep at the wheel of the 1963 Buick Sedan which he was driving. The car went off the left Side of the Road striking a Concrete abutment and travelled along a Steep embankment before the Driver brought it to a Stop. The third Accident occurred about 4 . On Vermont 346 in North Pownal and involved a 1962 Mercury operated by Peter b. Wiley 21, of Summit . Wiley according to police apparently fell asleep going off the right Side of the Road and striking a Power pole. He was headed North at the time. Wiley received a slight face Cut. Bennington area educators businessmen Industrial and labor leaders have agreed to serve on an advisory Council for a prep club program Here. The program which will be modelled after one in Everett mass., is designed to help High school students make the transition from school to the world to work help them understand the nature and function of the american business system make them aware of career opportunities Job requirements and the importance of career planning and to explain the actual process of finding a Job. The Everett program which was started two years ago by the Everett chamber of Commerce and was supported by the . Department of labor and northeastern University in Boston was studied last september by three representatives of the greater Bennington associations who travelled to Everett. One of the three Barton h. Jenks of Shaftsbury will serve As chair labor conditions Here reported Normal to Good despite a drop in Job placements from september conditions in the Bennington labor Market during october remained relatively Good for this time of year the local office of the department of employment Security Des has reported. The Job situation compares favourably with the same period a year ago the Des said although it continued to show contradictory trends with a rising claims Load concurrent with a comparatively Normal demand for workers. At the end of the month 485 Job seekers were registered against 426 the 30 Days previously and 269 on the corresponding Date last year. Newly interviewed for work during the Leonard tates Alice m. Nelson recital by Bennington graduates to Aid churches music program North Bennington a a recital will be Given by Alice Marie Nelson Mezzo Soprano and Leonard Taffs pianist on sunday nov. 24 at 3 . In the new gallery of the Carriage barn at Bennington College. The program will include compositions by Bach Vivaldi Vaughan Williams Beethoven Brahms Rachmaninoff and Schubert. Miss Nelson daughter of or. And mrs. Gerald d. Nelson of North Bennington graduated Hospital notes Friday mrs r 15 \ do ins ions master Peter Handy Bennington mrs. Alma Arnold . 2, North Bennington. Discharges none births or. And mrs. Orville Peterson of 9 Bradford place a daughter on nov. 17. Or. And mrs. Gregory Squires of Star route Woodford a daughter on nov. 16. Or. And mrs. Thomas j. Ward of Johnsonville ., a daughter on nov. 16. Or. And mrs. Harold Babcock or. Of North Bennington a son on nov. 15. Or. And mrs. William Hayes . 2, Bennington a daughter on nov. 15. Saturday november 16 admissions Thomas . Hall jr., Shaftsbury Albert . Slade Manchester depot James c. Rae East Arlington. Discharges mrs. Martha Wittman and son Bennington College mrs. Katherine Oakes mrs. Rose Callahan Bennington mrs. Marjorie Porter Manchester Center Edward j. Decker jr., mrs. Minnie Loux Hoosick Falls master Christopher Jacobs Bennington mrs. Helen Condon West Arlington. Sunday november 17 admissions miss Cynthia Bushee mrs. Veronica Slattery miss Rosan Agresta Bennington miss Brenda Harris North Pownal. Discharges master Peter Handy Bennington mrs. Donna Perrotta and daughter Wilmington mrs. Marguerite Rice and daughter Hoosick Falls. From Bennington College in 1959 and since then has been living in new York City where she is studying singing and acting and within the last year has also started to teach singing. She has Sung at Middlebury College spent several Summers with the Rockland theatre in Piermont , and often has Sung As soloist at the old first Church when she visits her family. She is scheduled for a recital at the new York Public Library in March. Leonard Taffs composer pianist and choral director is a native vermonter who received his . Degree from Bennington College in 1957. He previously headed the piano department at the Vermont conservatory of music in Burlington and is now on the staff of new York University and accompanist for the dance department at Juilliard school and the neighbourhood playhouse both in new York City. The recital will be Given to Benefit the music program of the old f first Church. Rutland family hit by series of misfortunes West Rutland apr funeral services will be held tomorrow Tor a storekeeper whose death was the latest in a series of misfortunes that have plagued his family. John j. Salengo 53, died Fri Day of injuries suffer cd in a fall that resulted in partial paralysis. He left a widow and seven children. Mrs. Salengo is hospitalized with a broken neck and paralysis. She was Hurt in a fall from a second Story porch at h e r Home. And 7 year old Paul Salengo her son is also hospitalized. He was Hurt when he fell from his bicycle while Riding downhill. Two daughters Are running the store. The John j. Salengo fundraising Campaign organized by neighbors Lias raised nearly $4,000 for the family. Mrs. Joseph Kantorski of West Rutland one of the organizers said donations have come from several Vermont communities As Well As Granville . Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Salengo a funeral will be held at St. Stanislaus Church Here. The Vermont Bank and Trust company Brattleboro a Rutland a Bennington a Bellow fall a choler dividend notice the Board of directors has declared a regular quarterly dividend of 40c per share plus an extra dividend of 10c per share on the outstanding capital Stock payable on december 13, 1963 to owners of record on november 29, 1963. Robert c. Lovejoy treasurer november 12, 1963 month were 109 persons including 62 women and 12 veterans. Employers listed 151 Job openings during the month against 416 in september. Demand for farm help declined seasonally with 15 such listings received. Job placements numbered 114 compared with 282 in the pre ceding month and 89 last year in october. Of the jobs filled 26 went to women and 12 to veterans. Service occupations accounted for 27 of the placements followed by wholesale and retail Trade with 20, contract construction with 14 and Public utilities with la. By occupation 39 were classified As unskilled with service second at 31. Job opportunities still open on oct. 31 numbered 93. This figure compared to 70 a month previously and 65 a year ago. The month end listings included openings for professional and managerial clerical and sales service skilled Semi skilled unskilled and Woods. New unemployment or shortened hours of work caused the filing of 284 initial claims for state unemployment insurance. This was a slight increase from september a total of 266. Workers from the following industries accounted for the most new claims service 62, printing and publishing 58, apparel and related 38, contract construction 27, wholesale and retail Trade 25, and paper and Allied products 23. The areas rate of insured unemployment averaged 5.0 percent against 4.5 per cent in september and 2.9 per cent in october a year ago. Benefit exhaustion during the month totalled 23. The local office services Bennington county with itinerant services provided weekly at 8 30 . Wednesdays in Arlington at the Community House and in Manchester at the courthouse at 10 30 . Municipal court an East Arlington Man Cecil m. Butler 25, pleaded guilty in municipal court this morning to three charges of breach of peace. Judge George m. Fienberg imposed a Fine of $29.10. The charges allege that on nov. 15 in East Arlington Butler disturbed the peace by loud and disorderly conduct by striking his wife and by making unnecessary and offensive noise. Judge Fienberg said the Fine was not so heavy As it might have been because he Felt the whole affair was a Domestic quarrel that had not taken place in Public and had not involved persons outside butlers immediate family. He warned however that he might not be so lenient if Butler should let a arrested again on the same charge. Edmund h. Pierce 17, of 330 school St., pleaded guilty to a charge that he drove a car with defective equipment. He was fined $20.10. Pierce was arrested according to police nov. 13 on West main Street. The investigating officer found the lights exhaust Windshield and brakes of the vehicle to be not in proper functioning order. John m. Cornell 19, of 113 Maple St., was fined $40.10 after he pleaded guilty to a charge of driving to endanger life and property. A Manchester depot Man Charlesll. Avery 25, pleaded not guilty to two non Supi it Ort charges. Judge Fienberg set bail at $100 on each count. The state alleges that since sept. I Avery has failed to support his wife and two minor children. Harte theatre Bennington it. Dial 2-4990 today amp tomorrow eve. Shows 6 30 amp 8 40 Hrh _ Maximilian Loren Schell much Wagner condemned Altona Man of the advisory Council Here. The program will be sponsored by go a. During the two months since the trip to Everett a Goa committee headed by Goa president Herbert h. Leonard was organized a Pilot Pilot program for 1964 and appointed an advisory Council which met for the first time Friday. The Council agreed that the program should begin Early in january. All seniors at Bennington High school Bennington Catholic High school North Bennington High school and memorial High school in Arlington who do not intend to go on to College will be invited to participate. Leonard said he has also written to Burr and Burton Seminary in Manchester. It the Pilot program proves successful the prep club will be expanded according to present plans to include not Only seniors planning to attend College but students in the three other High school classes and those who have dropped out of school. The Council decided to hold an organizational meeting for All eligible seniors from the four schools the first week of january at North Bennington school. Those who elect to join will be divided into smaller prep clubs organized according to the occupational interests of the students. The clubs will then meet six times during the remainder of the school year for discussions and Field trips that will Deal with the following subjects How a business operates career opportunities How to get a Job a the Job interview learning to work with others evaluation the Job ahead a final dinner with a keynote address pointing to opportunities ahead for self development and career Progress. Each prep club will be sponsored by a local business firm or Industry. The sponsor will provide a Leader to conduct the meetings and organize Field trips for the club. Donald c. Hicks Goa executive director emphasized that the program is not intended to provide vocational training or to serve As an employment Agency. Quot the program is to make students aware of what they Are going to run into As they enter the world of work and the opportunities they will have a Hicks said. Quot it is aimed not Only at those who Are going to work but at those who can be directed onto higher a Long Range goal of the prep club is to reduce the number of school dropouts by persuading potential dropouts of the importance of remaining in school and to give High school seniors the extra impetus they need to go on to College. Those who will serve on the advisory Council Are Jenks Allan j. Heath Leon e. Wagner the Rev. Vincent j. Spinelly John m. Moore Arthur Wickenden Leonard Black Robert Stout miss Catherine Corcoran Kenneth e. Clayton Kent Lawson mrs. Ethel Bruso Stanley Faryniarz Burton Potter Paul e. Kirsch John Lonergan Harry Eddington Robert c. Watson Robert Mahuta John Zync w. Philip Walker Charles Breen Arthur Taylor Clark Condon and James Bullard Secretary. Deer kills 5.930 after 10th Day Montpelier apr Vermont a Deer kill total reached 5,930 today 10th Day of the. Eason. The total was 1,518 below that recorded at the same Point of the 1962 season. Kill totals in the five top counties according to the fish amp game department were Windsor 1,183 Orange 964 Rutland 881 Windham 642 and Washington 628. The Bear kill thus far is 274. This is 81 Over last years Pace. Com is Walt his by a incredible journey Atkins introduces our own Foj v automatic watches with o it r name on Tho dial and our reputation hacking every watch hero Art two models you will give confidently this Christmas Shock and water resistant 17 jewels. 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