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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - October 21, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner thursday october 21, 1965 around Vermont minimum milk Price requested Montpelier up a the Vermont milk control Board has been asked to set a minimum Price on homogenized milk because sales of hightest milk with a High butterfat Content have decreased. The request was made by the Vermont milk dealers association which seeks a 24-cents-a-quart minimum Price substituting homogenized milk for High test milk. The minimum prices of homogenized milk now is 23 cents a quart but most stores in Montpelier area charge 24 to 25 cents a quart. Reed Rexford agriculture commissioner said the milk hearing will be held nov. 15 in the Waterman building at the University of Vermont. Batchelder delivers address Burlington a Richard Batchelder president of the National education association was scheduled to deliver the keynote address today at the opening of the 114th annual convention of the Vermont association. Mental health rally Friday Middlebury a Saul Cooper assistant director of the South Shore mental health Center in Quincy mass., and also consultant to the Kurn Hattin Homes in Westminster will be one of the principal speakers at the first Vermont mental health rally to be held Here Friday in Vermont Union High school. Other scheduled speakers include or. Jonathan Leopold state mental health commissioner and or. Rupert chit tick superintendent of the Waterbury state Hospital. Seats available for Dylan concert Burlington a there Are still about 2000 of the More than 5000 seats available for the Bob Dylan concert at 8 saturday night in us my a Patrick gymnasium As a Benefit for the Vermont tuberculosis and health association. The Crown and sword honorary society of St. Michael a College will provide voluntary Ushers for the concert Viet Nam is topic at Norwich Northfield a capt. Thomas r. Clcklin Usa and capt. Allen f. Stebbins Usa both members of the army a Roth instructors group who recently returned from duty in Viet Nam were speakers at a meeting of the Norwich University Council on International affairs. Following a review of their duties in Viet Nam the two answered questions from the approximately too cadets and faculty attending the discussion program. The Council Hopes that another program on Viet Nam can be presented in the near future. Named score Man of the year Montpelier a Louis Bally a retired Waterbury businessman was presented a certificate wednesday designating him score Man of the year in Vermont. Score stands for service corps of retired executives an informal group whose members donate time and advise to assist struggling Small businesses. Over in new York seven year old held for arson Liberty a a seven year old boy was arrested by police Here wednesday and charged with setting a fire that destroyed three business establishments and damaged a fourth. Firefighting equipment from this Sullivan county Village As Well As from four other communities responded to a general alarm. The Blaze wiped out a Firestone tire and rubber co., a store a billiard parlor and an empty store. It also damaged a theater roof. The boy admitted using matches to set an old tire aflame before hurling it on a pile of other tires police said. 30-cent burglary Trojan on bail Troy a Ball of $5,000 was provided wednesday for John f. Hogan 28, charged with two burglaries one involving a theft of 30 cents from the Home of John Geiger 38 Spring ave. The second burglary was $60 in Cash from the residence of councilman John f. Doughney of 14 Sheldon ave. A police court Justice ordered Hogan held for Rensselaer county grand jury and he was remanded to Rensselaer county jail after hearings until his Ball was furnished by a professional Bondsman. Sex Union College head Dies Schenectady a or. Carter Davidson 60, former president of Union College died wednesday in Washington . He was president of the association of american colleges. Before becoming Union colleges president in 1946, he was president of Knox College Galesburg iu., a position he took in 1936 at the age of 30. Down in Berkshire Tower status still a up in air Adams the status of the deteriorating veterans memorial Tower atop mount Greylock is still up in the air after some six years of meetings surveys and politics. Chairman j. Norman of Connor of the reservation commission confirmed wednesday that the state attorney general has ruled that the commission is not responsible for the major overhaul of the Tower and that the office of the state director of building construction has the authority to supervise the expenditure of some $306,000 appropriated three years ago. A meeting will be held in the near future with veterans groups to get their views on possible redesign of the Monument. Frost Library dedication sunday Amherst the Robert Frost Library jul be dedicated Here sunday at 2 30 . The event is one of those included in the Cou Eger a alumni weekend. Field service appoints chairmen Williamstown Frederick Copeland of Lula motown and mrs. John Mcgowen of Lanesboro have been appointed chairmen of the students abroad selection committee at a meeting of the it. Greylock chapter of the american Field service. The committee will choose two candidates from the Junior class at it. Greylock to be among those eligible to participate in the program next summer or during the next school year. Airport project readied North Adams the new air plane parking project planned at the City a Airport May be out for bids by january. To be constructed As the final phase in a series of Airport improvements is a tie Down parking lot for planes. It can to afford to. That a what you use when All these other things around the House get out of whack. Telephones Are Nice to have around. A twist of the dial and you reach relatives or repairmen a whatever your desire. Step Saver Workhorse order taker cheered upper guardian Angel a the Telephone is All of these. A most faithful servant that does no task for a vacation. It it does Ever fall sick Well fix it in a hurry and never Send you a repair Bill. You take your Telephone for granted because you can take it for granted. That a the Way we plan to keep it. Just \ new England Telephone part of the nationwide Bell system $227million Dickey dam project awaits signature of president Andrea Doria Salvage Waits april weather Washington up a president Johnson s signature was All that was needed today to authorize a Start on the controversial $227 million St. John River hydroelectric project in Maine. The project is included in a catch All $2 billion Rivers and harbours authorization Bill passed by the House wednesday on a 221-139 vote. Approval came after an angry debate among new England congressmen on the Maine hydroelectric project which would be the first in the Northeast. The Maine project was the most controversial program in the measure which contains authorization for 140 projects to build dams improve navigation and control floods and Beach erosion in 41 states. Earlier the House rejected the Maine project planned for the Dickey a Lincoln school Sites on a 207-185 vote. But House Senate conferees restored the project in the Compromise Bill approved wednesday. Although 20 out of the 25 new England members voted against the Maine project when it was Defeated the first time Only 13 out of the 22 new englander the Bennington Banner telephones business. ,. .442-4300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2884 the Bennington Benner is published Delly except sunday end Legal holidays it 42s main St., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Benner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor republication of Ell local new printed in this newspaper As we is All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier end motor delivery Lof per Day subscription rates by mall Tor 50-mile radius and All Vermont 3 months $8.30, 8 months $11.70, i year $22.50 elsewhere in the . 3 months $7.00 6 months $13.00 i year $25.00 second class postage paid at Bennington it. 05201 who voted came out against it this time. The strategy to win approval of the Maine hydroelectric Complex worked according to rep. Stanley r. Tupper r Maine. Tupper and rep. William d. Hathaway a Maine attempted to get colleagues who voted against the measure the first time to change their minds or not to vote at All. Many members were absent wednesday when the final Roll Call was taken. The Maine delegation also was helped by a parliamentary situation whereby the House was forced to either accept the entire Bill with All of its projects or vote against the entire Bill. Many members were reluctant to vote against the authorization measure containing projects for their areas for fear the Bill would be dead for this session of Congress. Among the loudest and most vigorous opponents of the Maine project during debate were rep. Thomas p. Of Neill jr., d-mass., and Edward p. Boland a mass. They teamed in a bitter Exchange with rep. Torbert h. Mac Donald d-mass., who said the project would lower electricity rates in Massachusetts and new England highest Cost Power area in the United states. Macdonald reminded of Neill and Boland they had voted for projects in the far West asking a what is wrong with helping a neighbor state o Neill called the Maine project a one of the worst projects in be Ever seen in my noting previous new England opposition of Neill asked a Why going Home Las vegas Nev. Up a Betty Grable will sing and dance in her Home town of Las vegas in december when she opens a Long run in a hello Dolly at the Riviera hotel. P we try restaurant in the Continental tradition route 7, Williamstown mass. Phone 458-4000 closing for the season nov. I reopening april of 1966 should you try to stick it Down our throats Quot Boland said the House Nego Orf conference a caved in Quot to the Senate on the Maine project. In an appropriations Bill the Senate already has approved $1,850,000 to Start planning on the Maine project. The House has not acted on that item yet. Boland is a member of the House appropriations committee. Detroit up a plans to Salvage the sunken italian liner Andrea Doria have hit a Snag. Capt. Don Henry the Detroit born Salvage expert who startled the Marine world when he announced plans to raise the ship from its grave in the Atlantic Ocean off Nantucket Island said wednesday operations have been postponed until april. He said weather caused the postponement. He had planned to Start Salvage operations next month. Henry has yet to receive approval from the securities and Exchange commission for Sale of Stock in his Salvage venture a Henry now operates out of Toronto. He said he would take on several jobs and a major Salvage operations while waiting for Good april weather for the Doria Job. The Doria went Down nine years ago after colliding with the swedish liner Stockholm. Busy Julie Hollywood up a when Julie Andrews completes a a Hawaii Shell report immediately to Alfred Hitchcock and a the torn id ride a mile for a Smirnoff Martini More and More Martini men Are mixing with Smirnoff instead of Gin. Filtered through 14,000 lbs. Of activated charcoal Smirnoff makes a basically dryer Martini. Isnit that what you re after always ask for off it leaves you breathless 11 Vodka to and too proof distilled from Grain Ste Pierre Smirnoff Fly. Division of Heublein Hartford. Conn. Why does your Telephone almost never get out of whack

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