The following were reported in the May 28, 1958, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

The following were reported in the May 28, 1958, edition of The Johnstown Independent:

Officials of Courtesy Homes, Inc., builders of Rolling Meadows Addition to Johnstown, escorted Mayor Edgar Lewis on a tour of inspection of the addition. Mr. Bryon E. Schofield, president of Courtesy Homes, said it was company policy to keep the administration apprised of the progress of the building program in Johnstown. Schofield pointed out that most of the underground utilities have already been installed. He said the sanitary sewers to the amount of $12,000, storm sewers in the amount of $17,000 and water lines in the amount of $17,000 have been completed.

Last week the Johnstown Drivers Training Class, under the direction of Gerald Cornell and in conjunction with the national safety council, made a check of cars in the Johnstown area to see if they were able to meet all the safety requirements necessary for safe travel on the highway. Among the items checked on each car were: brakes, front and rear lights, steering, tires, exhaust system, glass, windshield wipers, rearview mirror and horn. Altogether the class checked 108 cars and 26 trucks. The students rejected 32 cars and eight trucks.

On Thursday, May 22, a special meeting of the Bennington-Liberty Parent-Teachers Association was held at the school building to dis-cuss school consolidation and to hear the final report on the Spring Festival, which was held May 17.

Various aspects of the consolidation program were discussed and possibilities of merging, annexing or consolidating with other school districts adjoining Bennington-Liberty were considered. Two representatives will attend a special meeting being held at Hartford on Tuesday, May 27, to discuss consolidation plans.