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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 19, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 14-Bennington Banner thursday september 19, 1963 Story of Dionne quilts tells of sad Home life new York apr when papa Dionne got his millionaire daughters away from the Crown and or. Allan Dafoe he put them to work cleaning the bathrooms in the mansion he built with their Money the quilts say in their autobiography. A it was the Saddest Home we Ever knew a they added. The life Story As told to James Brough by the four remaining quintuplets a Annette Yvonne Marie and Cecile appears in the current Issue of Mccall a Magazine. In it they Tell How the secret of the fifth quintuplets epilepsy Emilie died after an attack in 1954 was carefully guarded because a the family considered her illness a shameful thing a and How the five Little girls were made to feel set apart from the rest of the family and filled with a sense of guilt. Of love begets love guilt begets guilt a the 29-year-old quilts said. A the air of the big House was thick with it. Mom and dad behaved toward each others As though they had been partners in some unspoken crime in bringing us into the world. We were drenched with a sense of having sinned from the hour of our the quilts who spent their first seven years in a special government built and government supervised Nursery on the family farm at Calendar Ontario were a awards of his majesty by an act of the Canadian parliament and were cared for by a corps of nurses teachers and guards superintended by or. Dafoe the country doctor who had delivered them. They describe these Early years As Happy and Carefree but recall few pleasant memories of their life after they returned to the family a a Victory for their father Oliva Dionne after along Legal Battle against Dafoe. A dad wanted us and the quintuple funds in his own exclusive custody a the Sisters said. A in the beginning he needed Money for the Sake of the other children. But afterwards his fortunes improved it made no difference. By then it was a matter of self esteem that he should win. We were such a closed today and Friday until 6 . Due to Holiday Home furniture co. 525 main St. Dial 2-5346 Bennington today three of the quilts Are married and mothers and the fourth Yvonne is in a Convent. Cecile the wife of television technician Philippe Langlois was the first of the quilts to have a child. She now has three sons and a daughter. Two of the boys Are twins. Annette whose husband Germain Allard is a finance company executive has three sons and Marie wife of government clerk Florent Houle has two daughters. Kilmer soak comes Down new Brunswick . Apr under gloomy skies and lightly falling rain dismantles began bringing Down the Majestic Kilmer Oak today. Workmen took Down the Small picket Fence around the stately White Oak and minutes later their Chain saws were biting into the lower limbs of the tree that according to some estimates took Root on the Rutgers University site 300 years ago. Famous for the legend that it inspired poet Joyce Kilmer to write the Oft quoted 12-line poem a Trees a and still admired for its stately Beauty the tree succumbed after two years of unsuccessful treatment to keep it alive. The dismantling is a Day Long Job a not a Quick Felling with an a but a limb by limb and trunk Section by trunk Section whittling Down of the g8-foot-High Oak. In maturity its Branch spread was a near perfectly symmetrical 108 feet and its trunk 54 inches thick. A travelling tuna Washington . Apr How far does a Bluffin tuna fish swim in five years the department of the Interior has the answer to that one. A tuna weighing Over 240 pounds swam More than 6,000 Miles across the Pacific Ocean. More than five years ago the fish was tagged near Guadalupe Island Mexico. It turned up More than 6,000 Miles away off the South coast of Japan. When the fish was tagged in 1958 it weighed about 30 pounds. After being caught and cleaned the tuna still weighed 242 pounds after its trans Pacific journey. Relaxed doctor or. James Berbos who delivered the Fischer quintuplets last saturday appears More relaxed and confident As he reports that the critical 72 hour period was past and that the infants were progressing Well. Sen. Mcclellan a unit sets Syndicate probe Washington apr chairman John l. Mcclellan d-ark., announced the Senate investigations subcommittee will begin tuesday its massive new probe of a syndicated crime and the narcotics traffic. Atty. Gen. Robert f. Kennedy will be the Lead off witness. Mcclellan still kept under wraps the Date on which another Star witness the talkative mobster Joseph Valachi is to take the witness stand to describe inner Workings of a secret criminal organization known to its Mem Bers As Cosa Nostra our thing. Mcclellan said the plans Call for an original three weeks of hearings. They will Deal with crime in new York Boston Chicago Detroit and other areas which he did not specify. He said that the testimony would determine whether later hearings should be held. Valachi a new York gangster now under life sentence for murder has been describe Das Sale Iii plane skill Amsterdam apr a pan american world airways dc8 jetliner overshot the runway when Landing at Schipholt Airport yesterday. It ploughed an 800-foot Furrow across the grass but Airport officials reported that none of the Crew or 20 passengers was Hurt. The plane was on a scheduled flight from Hamburg Germany. Anxious to testify and publicly put the Finger on his former crime Bosses in revenge he says because they have ordered him slain. Valachi is being held in the District of Columbia jail under tight Security precautions. Phenomenon blamed Tor loss of Navy boat j Newport r. I. A it a cmdr. Donald j. Hanson skipper of the destroyer Hazelwood blames a a three wave phenomenon for the loss of the ships Liberty boat and one of its Crew. One Sailor was presumed drowned and 20 others rescued in the mishap Friday which Hanson said was caused by the Freak Waves. The Liberty boat was swamped As it was returning to the ship. Hanson a testimony tuesday corroborated that of other witnesses who told of seeing three swells a considerably larger than the rest of the sea a descend upon the Small boat. The commander told a naval Board of inquiry that no one had informed him of the unusual sea conditions off port Jefferson n. Y. Where the swamping occurred. Other witnesses said the seas were not particularly turbulent prior to the Freak wave formations. Shelter Bill is headed for sympathetic Senate Washington apr the $190 million program of Federal Aid and government construction to provide fallout shelters for la million americans Heads for the Senate with civil defense officials voicing cautious optimism about its chances there. The Kennedy administration measure won House approval tuesday with surprising ease. Its staunchest supporters had forecast an Uphill struggle to get the Bill through the House. Administration officials said the Senate in the past has been More sympathetic to civil defense measures than has the House. A a we be got a nucleus of support there a one official said. Before it passed the Bill on a voice vote the House turned Down a bid by republicans to erase a Section offering $175 million Worth of Federal Aid for shelter construction in Public and nonprofit institutions. That sponsored by rep. Edgar f. Foreman r-tex., was turned Down on a 172-67 standing vote. Mandour Central mkt 517 main St. Open every evening sundays 9 til i. . Green Stamps i Chase 8. Sanborn Ilow Lynki in pies 59c our own hot donuts a a a 59 Fri Sli ilium Loki ii baked bean _ _ potato salad it pc Macaroni salad la. J7 lean boiled Ham la. 79 Virginia baked Ham roast beef Turkey meat plus others. Coffee 3 la. Tin Murton Chicken beef Turkey dinners pkg. 39 it granulated sugar 5 59 it Swift Bacon 2 one la. Pkg. 89 it Home grown tomatoes la. To it brazils inflation increases Rio de Janeiro apr Luis Prestos Pinheiro an accountant stopped at a fish Market to buy some shrimp. The Price was 800 Cruzeiro a kilogram�?2.2 pounds. He found he had left his Wallet at Home and went Back to get some Money. When he returned the Price on shrimp had gone up to 1,000 Cruzeiro a kilo. To Pinheiro and millions of other brazilians inflation is a nightmarish spiral of increasing prices which make it More and More difficult to make ends meet on outdistanced salaries. Living costs shot up 30.8 per cent in the first half of the year after rising 52.7 per cent in 1962, one of brazils worst inflation years. They Are still going up. Heaping woe on the economic picture was a report from the Semi official Getulio Vargas foundation that economic growth this year would be Only 2.4 per cent while the population would increase 3.1 per cent. Population increasing faster than the National production spells trouble. Brazils budget deficit is expected to be from 600 billion to a trillion Cruzeiro. The Cruzeiro brazils monetary unit smashed the 1,000 Cruzeiro to the Dollar Barrier for the first time this month. Brazil has a $25.5-million debt coming due in the United states next month and about $176 million in commercial Bills coming up before the end of the year. Except for a few preliminary measures the ambitious three year plan to slow up inflation and stabilize the Economy never got off the ground. Finance minister Carlos Carvalho Pinto insists however that he still is working rigorously within the general framework of the plan in an Effort to make some order in brazils fuzzy financial economic household. Hurricane damage boat lies ashore in Galveston Texas after heavy winds of Hurricane Cindy lashed the Texas coast. Heavy Rains followed in the Wake of the Hurricane causing floods in Many areas. A photo travellers abroad done to get caught in military draft warns state dept. Washington apr to naturalized americans thinking of a paying a visit to their old homelands the state department gives this urgent advice a Check up beforehand lest you get caught in a a military draft that is. The problem came up recently in the Case of Samuel Cohen 27, a Chicago educator. He went to Israel this past summer to study briefly but he May have to stay another 2v2 years As a Soldier. Cohen was born in Israel but became a naturalized american after he came to this country 12 years ago. The trouble is the israelis consider him still a citizen of their country. They Are holding him for military service. . Diplomats Are working to release him with dubious prospects of Success. The Case illustrates the tangled International situation with regard to citizenship. What nationality you Are May depend on where you Are. The United states for example does not recognize dual citizenship. Once an alien takes the . Citizenship oath he is considered an american a period. But Israel holds that an israeli remains an israeli until he formally renounces citizenship and this renunciation is accepted by making the rounds Kansas City apr Johnny Wojcik 21-year-old outfielder with the Kansas City athletics really has been getting around the last two years. In 1962 he played with Portland ore., Albuquerque n.m., and the athletics. The Buffalo n.y., resident had Spring training at Bradenton Fla with the a a this March was optioned to Portland on april 2 and was recalled by the athletics on May 23. The Interior minister of Srael. Other countries have similar Laws but . Officials say the israelis seem to be a stickier than most in enforcing them. The United states has agreements with a number of countries notably nato nations ironing out some citizenship problems several countries exempt men from conscription if they served in the . Armed forces in world War ii. In general though the state department advises that naturalized citizens planning trips to their native lands should Check with consulates to see what they May be getting into. There a another warning. If a naturalized citizen stays three years in the country of his origin he May risk losing american citizenship. However he May safely stay abroad As Long As eight years if he hops from country to country. By by Johnny Hart Thor 6c�,s Cut Ial tomorrow. Goo p. I Hoff Trey han6? him mow Cam fax a say such a thinks f y by Bob Schulz pm i is a i i knew flu w cold i t All Doss Luce to 60 for Uja iks. To this in t exactly in at i had in mind blon Dik by hic Youngr a that sounds x Verv important what do you have to do _ ? a i see to it that St Vuk Canyon by Milton c Ani of

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