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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner wednesday november 20, 1063 around Vermont Vermont events Calendar Avail table Montpelier a More than 175 events Are included in the Winter Spring Issue of Vermont s Calendar of events. The brochure covers activities throughout the state from dec. I through next april and includes ski meets concerts Church sales and suppers and museums open through Winter months. Free copies Are available from Vermont development dept., events desk Montpelier Vermont 05602. Norwich fund raisers meet Northfield a upwards of 50 Northern new England alumni leaders of Norwich University met in Concord no tonight for an area kick off meeting in the military College s Campaign to raise $6 million in endowment and capital improvement funds. The meeting was headed by Norman Segal of Concord a member of the Norwich development Council s executive committee and chairman of the development Campaign s area 18, comprising the state of new Hampshire. was assisted by Bruce a. Homer vice chairman for the area. Heading a delegation from the University a Campus at Northfield was major general . Harmon Norwich president who was accompanied by j. Walter Juckett general chairman of the Council of Hudson Falls . And Edwin Benjamin jr., the University a development director. The meeting was one of a series being held this fall Over the Eastern half of the nation to acquaint alumni leaders with the University a financial needs and to stir fund raising action on the part of some 400 alumni leaders chosen to head the Norwich Campaign regionally Over the next three to five years. Salvage attempt will be made for tug Burlington apr coast guard officials said tuesday the Mcallister towing co. Of new York Hopes to Salvage a tug which Sank in Lake Champlain sunday night. The $250,000 tug William Mcallister out of new York Sank in 126 feet of water almost immediately after hitting a reef five Miles South of port Kent . Capt. Howard Mayotte and his Crew of seven escaped by leaping onto the empty gasoline Barge they were towing. The Barge drifted about a half mile Down the Lake before the Nen could Anchor it and go ashore. Officials said the tug was doing five knots in poor visibility when the Accident occurred the Salvage operation would have to be completed before dec. I when the locks on the Lake Champlain Barge canal Are closed for the Winter officials said. The canal links the Lake with the Hudson River. Baby born to official s w Ife Burlington apr mrs. Thomas j. Kenney wife of gov. Hoff s Secretary of civil and military affairs gave birth to a boy monday in Degeo Briand memorial Hospital. It was their seventh child. The Richmond lawyer said today both Mother and the boy Timothy Paul Are doing Fine. Rocky will return to . Next week Albany . Apr gov. Nelson a. Rockefeller will return to new Hampshire next week to resume campaigning in the presidential preference primary. will Fly to new Hampshire on sunday afternoon and head Back to new York late tuesday afternoon. His office said monday a detailed schedule would be issued later. It will be Rockefeller s second visit to new Hampshire this month. flew there nov. 7, immediately after announcing formally that he was a candidate for the Republican nomination for president. Rockefeller plans to Campaign extensively throughout new Hampshire Between now and March to when the first presidential primary of 1964 will be held there. Whether mrs. Rockefeller would accompany him sunday was not known. She did not make the last new Hampshire trip but Rockefeller said she would Campaign actively with him in the future. Personal incomes Rise in october Washington apr personal income Rose $3 billion in october to a record annual rate of $470.3 billion the Commerce department announced yesterday. About one third of the increase was attributed to a military pay raise. The new income Peak was $5 billion above the average for the previous three months and was $22.5 billion or 5 per cent higher than in october 1962. Leaving military pay out of the consideration the increase was approximately the same As the monthly average for the first six months of 1963. Personal income includes wages and salaries net income of Small businesses and Farmers dividends and interest and other types of individual in come. Clergymen experts meet in Road safety conference a act official asks congressmen to employ negro office workers governor s safely conference opens president will Montpelier apr the governors conference on Highway safety opens today in Montpelier. Police and other officials concerned with safety will attend the meeting organized at gov. Hoff s request by commissioner Robert c. Schwartz of the motor vehicle department. Speakers will include Public safety commissioner William h. Baumann. Light s in on Iii Victory Granby Rutland apr Central Vermont Public service corporation says it has completed building the Power lines that will bring electrical service to the towns of Victory and Granby for the first time. The original target Date had been thanksgiving. Central Vermont said that As of yesterday 30 residents of the two Little towns Are receiving electricity. Victory and Granby were the last Vermont communities without electrical service. Happy Hunter goes to court Barre apr Lee m. Ladd 27, of Montpelier could t keep the Happy Grin off his face in municipal court tuesday As judge Arthur Mcleod lectured him for driving with improperly registered plates. Finally the judge asked him Why he was so Mirthful. Ladd reported that on his Way to court he shot a Buck for himself in nearby Berlin. The judge fined him $10 anyway. Sidewalk observers got a demonstration of Vermont ingenuity when they viewed Ladd s prize. had tied the Buck to his Vintage Auto with a shoestring a Necktie a and a piece of molasses Candy. Spend thanksgiving in Hyannis port Washington apr president Kennedy will spend thanksgiving Day at the traditional Kennedy family gathering at Hyannis port mass., the White House said today. The Kennedy gather for the Holiday at the Home of the president s father former ambassador to England Joseph p. Kennedy whose sprawling Ocean front House is the Center of a family compound at Cape cod. The president expects to go to Hyannis port some time wednesday nov. 27, the Day before thanksgiving White House press Secretary Pierre Salinger said. also plans to attend the army Navy football game in Philadelphia on saturday nov. 30, and probably will Fly there from Hyannis port Salinger said. Of Den hits Grade school or station Bon Gilt by Bank Montpelier apr the Chittenden Trust co. Has optioned to buy the old Central Vermont railway depot across from the state House vice president Robert h. Ryan of the Montpelier division said tuesday. Ryan said the site would be used for a Branch Bank. Several Bills in the legislature authorizing state Purchase of the land have been Defeated in recent sessions. Adequacy Over in new York i Rban renewal boosted Troy a this City a Urban renewal project received two boosts it was announced tuesday. First was a request for the amount of land needed for the North South arterial Highway. When this information is supplied to the state department of Public works it was indicated the replanting of the areas affected will go ahead. Second step taken was the employment of two firms to do the planning work necessary. New Broom starts sweep Cohoes a mayor elect or. James e. Mcdonald tuesday night named judge Stanton Ablett As corporation counsel. It was the first appointment made by the new mayor member of the citizens party which takes office Jan. I. Ablett has been Cohoes City court judge 28 years and is associated with an Albany Law firm. Down in Berkshire hospitals i rider fire Pittsfield a charges by a $100-a-week consultant to a legislative committee that there was waste and poor administration at Pittsfield general and Springfield a Wesson memorial Hospital were flatly denied by administrators of both institutions tuesday. E. Hampton Decker acting director of the state Hospital association backed them up. Harold l. Hutchins administrator at Pittsfield said the report listed his Hospital As having 1,000 employees for 230 Beds seven full time administrators la parking attendants at $59 a week and meals so costly that hotel food would be cheaper. said there Are Only three administrators one parking lot attendant and 539 employees for 255 Beds. added that meals averaged $1.23. New flans around . 7 North Adams a the chamber of Commerce of greater North Adams was told tuesday by a District state Highway Engineer that plans for future Highway development revolve around . 7. The chamber and other groups had been campaigning for the development of route 8 As a North South Highway at the Eastern end of the county. Boston apr the role of religion in Highway safety will be discussed today at the Seo Ond session of a conference of clergymen and safety experts. The conference was told last night there must be Quot a Complete absence of drinking on the part of Young people when they Are going to be driving a that advice was Given by the it. Rev. Charles f. Hall episcopal Bishop of new Hampshire in the keynote attendance were leaders of the roman Catholic protestant and jewish faiths safety experts and Industrial executives. Quot there is no sense in calling for moderation from Young drinking Drivers Quot the prelate said. Quot they Are not sufficiently mature and do not have the responsibilities that encourage caution on the part of older he said Quot when the factors of youth Speed and liquor Are present Quot the newest and safest car becomes deadly. Bishop Hall said the Church and synagogue have a moral responsibility to take a More Acyl Tive role in promoting Highway safety. Quot we recognize that we Are not doing All we should in the area of Highway safety Quot he said. Quot we know that our heavenly father often judges us More on what we leave i done than on what we the conference is under the direction of the North Conway n. H., Institute a non sectarian organization which has Conducta de a nationally known research program on alcoholism. Bishop Hall is president of the Institute. Co sponsor of the sessions is the Institute for safer living of the american Mutual liability insurance co. Men joking about bomb in Airport jailed in mass. Boston apr two Young men accused of jesting about having bombs in their Luggage were free in $1,000 Ball each yesterday to face arraignment the Day before thanksgiving. James m. Kach 20, of Pelham ., and John a. Comp Kouski 22, of Durham nj., were heard talking in a washroom at Logan Airport just before boarding a plane for new York. Police said Kach admitted he said he had a bomb in his Luggage just to see what would happen. They were taken off the plane questioned by state police and held overnight in a police cell. Population increases while going up Knoxville Tenn. Apr four persons got on the elevator at St. Mary a Hospital but five got off. The fifth was a 6-Pound, iv2-ounce son born to mrs. Shirley Cooper 32, of near Maynardville As she was being taken to the delivery room. Two ambulance Drivers and a nurse delivered the infant. Pittsfield mass. Apr Frank Walker new England regional president of the National association for the advancement of coloured people has written to All members of the new England congressional delegation calling for employment of negroes in their offices. asked in a letter made Public monday Quot if your House was burning and the fireman carrying the Hose was a Black Man would it not be foolish for you to insist that nothing be done about saving your House until a White substitute had been found to put on the Job Quot he said Quot today All the world is watching America. The future of democracy May be determined by what we do. If we believe in democracy let us practice it and make it Walker asked the lawmakers for descriptions of the number and responsibility of negro employees in their offices and added that their example of offering fair employment would contribute to the spread of the practice. Man accused of murder knew of wife a affairs Montpelier apr the executive Secretary of the committee for Home Rule i n Vermont says the state s Grade \ schools Are not doing an adequate Job. Herbert Ogden of Hartland monday night told the Montpelier Parent teacher o r a animation the Multi graded school is the answer to this problem. The Multi graded room tends to adapt to the mental ability of the child rather than Force him into a Mold for h i s chronological age. Ogden said three grades in one room allow children to a d Vance or go As slowly As necessary according to their ability. In commenting on the education task Force recommendation for 12 Large school districts Ogden said the centralization of schools districts is becoming what he called a Quot National he called the report Quot a report of despair and a report of old men yet written by Young letter tracks alaskan for �?�7 years Ketchikan Alaska apr a letter tattered in transit and bearing an Oft cancelled 3 cent 4 stamp was in route to Sitka today. The letter addressed to de Bohas in Juneau was posted Here june 5, 1957, when three cents was sufficient postage. It has been travelling much of the time since including one trip to Westport Wash. In the interim the sender died so postal officials continued sending the letter in search of Bohac. Tuesday they found a Sitka address and hopefully the letter will arrive before he moves again. Brockton mass. Apr a police investigator has quoted a Marine biologist charged with poisoning his wife As saying he knew she had several affairs with other men during their marriage. State police it. Det. James l. Doyle testified yesterday that or. William h. Sutcliffe or. Told him his wife Louise Quot had affairs and he knew about them but they had patched it Doyle quoted the 37-year-old biologist on trial for second Damp it Gree murder As saying he did not know his wife was having an affair with one of his colleagues at Woods Hole oceanographic institution until after her death. When he questioned Sutcliffe after his wife s death oct. 20, 1962, Doyle said the scientist told him Quot he was afraid they had not been sexually compatible and he Felt she might have committed when told mrs. Sutcliffe 34, blonde Mother of four children had died of Wood alcohol poisoning Doyle said the defendant replied Quot Well it s a tragic Sutcliffe told investigators he often brought non poisonous Ethyl alcohol Home from the oceanographic Institute for use in mixing drinks. The Ethyl alcohol was stored at the Institute next to a Container of poisonous Methyl or Wood alcohol. The defense contends that if Sutcliffe brought Home Methyl alcohol it was by mistake. In his opening statement to the All male jury dist. Atty. Edmund Dinis said Quot we submit that or. Sutcliffe knew it was Methyl alcohol. We submit that he caused the Methyl alcohol to be put into her drink. We submit that he knew she was dying and that he watched her hints contends that after his wife a death Sutcliffe and his four children moved in with or. John Ryther a close Friend and colleague. Quot there will be testimony that or. Ryther confessed to having an affair with Louise Sutcliffe and that he told or. Sutcliffe this and that or. Sutcliffe said he knew it Quot Dinis told the jury. Dinis said Sutcliffe and his children lived with Ryther Quot until Ryther accused Sutcliffe of murdering his wife and Sutcliffe did not deny the Bennington Banner telephones business. 443-6800 newsroom. .443-3800 advertising. .443-3684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 435 main St., Bennington vt., by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated Presa which is entitled exclusively to use for republication of All Loo Al news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Homo delivery by Carrier and motor delivery it per Day subscription rates by mail for 50-mlle radius and All Vermont 8 months 84 35 6 months $8 i year. $16.�?Telsewhere in the 8 months $4.76 6 months $8 i year $17.60. Special rates for servicemen. In you Supply Thi Dham. 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