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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 9, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 2 a Bennington Banner. Thursday june 9, 1966 around Vermont emergency planners meet june 15 Montpelier up a the first governors conference on emergency resource planning will be held june 15 at the Basin Harbor club in Vergennes. The Vermont emergency resource planning program is part of a Long Range preparation for any major emergency including floods hurricanes and natural disasters. Gov. Philip ii. Hoff has appointed Public safety commissioner Erwin Alexander As emergency planning director at the request of president Johnson. Charles Wells of Stowe an Industrial management consultant is chairman of the resource planning committee. The committee consists of experts in Fields ranging from economic stabilization to Tele communications. A number of task groups have been formed to coordinate disaster activities in the event Vermont Ever was Cut off from Federal assistance. The program is totally financed by a Federal Grant. New Ork firms hired Montpelier up a the Vermont education buildings financing Agency has hired two new York firms to assist the group. Acting chairman Daulton Mann of Peru said wednesday that the firm of Caldwell Trimble and Mitchell of new York will serve As Bond counsel. The investment banking firm of White Weld and co. Of new York and Boston will act As financial adviser he said. The Agency created at the special session of the legislature to assist secondary schools and colleges in obtaining Low interest construction Bonds and also help in acquiring constructing or reconstructing necessary facilities. Motion made to i i Sui i is Montpelier up a chief Superior judge Rudolph j. Daley of Newport has taken under advisement a motion to dismiss seven convictions against rep. Donald g. Milne a Washington. Milne 32, was found guilty last month in Washington county court of seven counts of forgery intent to defraud and embezzlement. His attorneys a. Luke Crispe and Robert Grussing both of Brattleboro filed the motion this week within the 15 Day period prescribed by Daley. They will have 30 Days in which to Appeal to the Vermont supreme court when Daley makes a ruling. A Center experts influx White River Junction up a the veterans administration a Center Here is anticipating a great influx in applications from Post korean War veterans planning to attend school this fall under the new cold War . Bill. William Sheppard Center director said wednesday that 138 Vermont Post korean veterans had already filed applications. He added that another 137 have had personal interviews and another 107 have called to inquire about the education program. The school limit is 36 months for veterans serving on or after Jan. 31, 1955. Another Hatboro enters polities White River Junction up a the 51-year-old brother of rep. Byron Hathron a Hartford says he will try his hand at politics. Francis Hathorn of White River Junction announced wednesday he would be a Republican candidate for one of two seats in District 8-3. Ile said he would work for More Industrial and recreational development and also help the Vermont Farmer survive a the financial squeeze that is now Hathorn owns a Motel in White River. His brother is candidate for Secretary of state. Over in n York bul lot slip fonts being sought Saratoga Springs a Ballet students Between the Ages of 8 and 12 who would like to dance with the new York City Ballet in the opening performances of the Saratoga performing arts Center May have an Opportunity to do so. They Are invited to audition in the centers new 5,100-seat Amphitheater on saturday june 25, at 10 00 . Miss Una Kai associate Ballet mistress of the company will conduct the auditions and choose from 24 to 30 of the Young dancers for the supernumerary roles in the production of a a Midsummer nights dream a to be presented at the Center on july 8,9 and to. Additional information concerning the auditions May be obtained from or. Kurt Rosenthal at the Saratoga performing arts Center. Nero senators ask Justice Albany a a Resolution denouncing the shooting of James Meredith was introduced by the Senate a four negro members wednesday. The Resolution also requested Congress to make it a Federal crime to deprive ones civil rights and urged Mississippi gov. Paul Johnson to a insure Swift Justice in the Meredith Case. The senators All democrats from new York City Are Basil a. Patterson James h. Shaw jr., Dennis Coleman and William c. Thompson. Rocky haps Lindsay new York a gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller made his first Public criticism of fellow Republican mayor John v. Lindsay wednesday when he named the mayor and democratic Assembly speaker Anthony j. Travola As timing responsible for the deadlock in new York City a tax dispute. Rockefeller took Issue with Lindsay a position that he would have to Cut City services by to per cent if he does not obtain legislative approval of a City income tax. The governor favors an increase in the real estate tax and an alternate plan prepared by the Republican Senate. Down in Berkshire Man fined Summ Iii Bookie Lase Pittsfield a a Berkshire Superior court jury wednesday brought in verdicts of guilty against Paul Broverman of great Barrington on counts of registering bets and being present where betting apparatus was present. Broverman was fined $1,000 on each count by judge Samuel Levine of Williamstown. He was appealing similar Fine imposed in great Barrington court in 1963. Monsanto plans Hinsdale Plant Hinsdale a the Monsanto co., a worldwide manufacture of chemicals plastics Petroleum products and chemical fibres is planning to build a Small Plant on route 8 just South of Hinsdale. The Plant expected to employ from 5 to 25 persons will manufacture a blasting agent made from ammonium nitrate. Monsanto also has a chemical Plant in Springfield. Chester imposes curfew on teens Chester a a year round curfew has been imposed on teenagers under 16 Here following recent acts of vandalism. About too voters in a special town meeting monday voted unanimously to establish the curfew. The towns Siren will be sounded to in the teen agers to be off the streets at 9 each night Fror april i to sept. 30 and at 8 each night the rest of the year. Billy Graham plans crusade in London a sin Center Hulk London up a american evangelist Billy Graham said today he will take his religious crusade to Soho a London a sin Center a next week and preach from the sidewalks. The North Carolina preacher made the statement after hailing his greater London moral crusade As the most successful of his Long career. A this was one of the greatest opening weeks we have Ever had in any crusade in the world a the 47-year-old Graham said. A a spokesman for the evangelist said that 134,000 persons had heard Graham speak at the huge exhibition Hall at Early a court so far and 4,571 a a inquirers had come Forward. An a a inquirer he explained was one who indicated an interest in making a a decision for Christ but might not actually do so. Graham said his crusade was a gaining momentum much earlier than i had anticipated. I think this shows a great hunger for Graham gave no details of his planned visit to Soho a London a notorious strip tease and prostitution Center. Meanwhile a group of grahams neighbors from Tennessee flew Here to join the evangelists month Long crusade which has come under increasing attack in the British press. An aide of Graham denied a newspaper report that a the Billy Graham special train committee of Tennessee a would act As a Shock troops to help out the Charlotte . Minister. A they just like to come and attend some of the crusade meetings a said ii Stricklin press Secretary for the Graham organization. Tel Aviv Israel up a israeli music critics sunday night refused to attend the israeli operas presentation of German composer Carl Orff so Carolina Burans a cantata Here pending clarification of charges that the composer was a nazi. Several dozen members of leftist partisan and anti nazi fighter groups protested outside the music Hall. Golden anniversary a general and mrs. Dwight Eisenhower posed tuesday on the Lawn of their farmhouse at Gettysburg pa., for their 50th wedding anniversary photograph. Up Rusk encouraged by nato Alliance Unity Bonn up a Secretary of state Dean Rusk confident the cracks in the Western Alliance have been temporarily patched up made a visit Here today to Brief top West German officials on the just ended nato ministerial Council meeting in Brussels. West German foreign minister Gerhard Schroeder greeted Rusk and his official party As their plane touched Down on a flight from the belgian capital where Allied ministers agreed to move natos military Headquarters from Paris to Brussels and postponed a showdown with France Over its new role in the Western Alliance. Rusk told newsmen at the Airport that the Council decisions wednesday underlined a the vitality and the Unity of the Hospital challenges decision Montpelier up a the Vermont supreme court wednesday took under advisement a request to reverse a state Board of health decision refusing Federal Aid for recent construction at the Rutland Hospital. Attorney John carbine of Rutland representing the Hospital said the state Board committed a a flagrant abuse of its discretion in refusing the hospitals application. In question is $115,000 the Hospital has been trying to secure under the provisions of the Hill Burton act. The health Board approved Federal Aid for construction of new facilities to House 35 Beds at the Hospital. But it has refused to reimburse the non profit corporation for additional construction for 20 More Beds. The Board through assistant atty. Gen. Albert Pingree contends the Hospital knew it could not be eligible for Federal Aid for the extra Beds when they were added. Officials said they plan to turn Over the $115,000 to thenot yet constructed Central Vermont medical Center in the Barre Montpelier area unless the High court Steps in and reverses the health Board decision. Associate Justice Percy Shan Graw said the court would Issue a ruling probably a in a few Hospital planned Kathmandu Nepal up a the nepalese government has Given permission to sir Edmund Hillary who conquered mount Everest in 1953, to build a six bed Hospital at a 9,500-foot High Village near the famous Mountain. The Hospital will be staffed by a new zealand doctor and two nurses. See our selection of colonial chairs and rockers authorized dealer for Heywood Wakefield furniture furniture co. Main Street dial 2-5340 Bermington it. A we were very much encouraged by the Unity of the 14 nato ministers on the Basic purposes of the Alliance and the close partnership Between you and us on All of these fundamental questions. A was far As the United states is concerned the nato Alliance is of the most fundamental importance. We believe that it is not Only an organization for defense but an organization to assure the peace and that is its Central Road safety be Iii studied Montpelier up a state Highway commissioner Russell Holden has been Given the a a go sign on portions of the $5 million a safety and betterment program authorized by the 1966 special legislature. Holden has submitted the final plans for the Road work to the Highway Board and formal action on them will be taken at the june 22 meeting. The Board is conducting a study of the three year program to Correct High Accident spots and critical sections on major highways in the state. The plan Calls for an expenditure of $1 million this year and another $2 million for each of the next two years. Acquisition of property from landowners Holden and the Board agree will Speed up certain projects. One project Holden said which was originally scheduled for 1967, has been moved a year because landowners were cooperative in settling with the Highway department. Speaker a Rome a. Betts executive director of the american heart association will be one of the principal speakers at the annual meeting of the Vermont association to be held saturday june 18, at the Stratton Mountain inn. 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