Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Sep 19 1963, Page 11

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Heiress hides out Ashi Vorce action starts Zurich Switzerland apr american heiress Gamble Benedict Porumbeanu hid out with friends wednesday As her romanian sex chauffeur husband flew in from new York to find out More about the divorce proceedings she started. Andre Porumbeanu 37, found their luxury Villa at erlenbach shuttered and locked and three servants gone and their two sons concealed in an undisclosed private Home. Mrs. Porumbeanu 22, charged Andre with misconduct. She had defied her family and courts to marry him. Her Swiss lawyer Eugene curl told newsmen of the heiress decision to end her three year old marriage. He said Gamble who was left the income from a $20 million Trust of the Remington typewriter Fortune also has withdrawn Powers of attorney her husband had held. The couple s whirlwind Romance from Long Island beaches to Paris night clubs Drew worldwide headlines and bitter opposition from mrs. Katherine Geddes Benedict Gamble s grandmother who called Porumbeanu a Fortune Hunter. Gamble and her grandmother never were reconciled but mrs. Benedict left Gamble the bulk of the family Fortune at her death oct. 29, 1961. Family has one Ake need three candles Akron Ohio apr a Well have one cake but probably three times As Many candles said William r. Elms after his wife Virginia gave birth to a daughter Elizabeth Ann weighing 6 pounds 7 ounces. All three share the same birthday sept. 17. Mother and daughter Are doing Fine at Akron general Hospital after the blessed event tuesday. Elms 32, is a mechanical Engineer. His wife is 30. The couple s son John is an outsider in the family at least As far As birthdays go. Hell be 5 on oct. 18. Vermont Road toll at 73 for this year Newport apr the 1963 Highway death toll in Vermont stands at 73 following a fatal mishap involving a child on Vermont too in Newport. Seven year old Nicole Cancun was killed tuesday afternoon when a car struck her As she started to Cross the Highway. She and her third Grade brother had gotten Cit a school bus shortly before the mishap. State police said Nicole was thrown Down the Road a quite some distance Quot by the Impact. The death toll on the corresponding Date a year ago was 67. State Board takes stand against Bias Montpelier apr the state Board of education has adopted a Resolution expressing belief that local school boards in Vermont will hire teachers regardless of their race color or religion. John g. Kristensen of Guilford sponsor of the Resolution said he was making the proposal a at this time of National concern Over the events in Alabama. Quot two other Board members mrs. Helen w. Brown of Castleton and n. Dean Rowe of Johnson said the race question was not an Issue in Vermont. Asked of the Issue has come up in Vermont Kristensen said a a in a Here to say it will not come adoption was unanimous. Bennington Banner thursday september 19, 1963-11 1959 Chevrolet Impala v-8, 4 or. Sedan $1295 1959 Ford country Sedan v-8, Auto. Trans., local owner $1095 Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington Here now truly satisfying old fashioned flavor. Old Homestead. That s bread Quot Here at Millbrook we be been lots of folks wishing out loud for real old fashioned bread. So we made up a special old time bread it in Roomy Home style pans., baked it longer and sliced it just right. Result old Homestead Surprise your family with its Hearty flavor tonight. Old Homestead bread toasted is a very special experience. Be sure to get old Homestead next time you go shopping it does no to Cost a Penny More. To guard old homesteads Good of fashioned flavor we re putting it in new fashioned re Closable bags. These Handy flavor Tite bags open without tearing Recluse perfectly with a twist of the wrist. 4 i

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