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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 24, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner tuesday september 24, 1963 around Vermont interstate 89 sections opening soon Montpelier apr the Vermont commissioner of highways has announced that two sections of interstate 89 will be open to traffic about a month ahead of schedule. Commissioner Russell Holden said that the link connecting Vermont 15 in Winooski with . 2 and 7 in Colchester will open Early in october. And the Burlington to Richmond Section is scheduled to be opened about november. Small business week begins sept. 80 Montpelier apr gov. Philip a Hoff has issued a proclamation setting aside sept. 30-oct. G As Small business week. Hoff said a an Economy in which Small business can take Root grow and flourish is essential to our country a state beekeepers Heap bumper drop Burlington a Vermont beekeepers reaped a bumper Honey crop this fall according to Enoch h. Tompkins Vermont Extension Rural sociologist. The new crop is now on grocers shelves and at Roadside stands throughout the state. Although Many bees were lost last Winter because of the cold Tompkins says those that survived produced As never before. Beekeepers say that the yield per hive is the Best it has been in Many years. The Honey is mostly from the clovers and Alfalfa. It is extra Light in color and has an excellent flavor and bouquet Tompkins reports. Most of the Honey is extracted from the Combs and sold in liquid form. Some Honey however is marketed in the comb. It May be sold in wooden frames containing 12 to 16 ounces or packed in plastic boxes holding about the same amount. Crystallized Honey May be sold As creamed Honey Honey butter or Honey spread. Marlboro Collep begins 17th your Marlboro a classes started at Marlboro College monday As a record 106 students registered to Mark the beginning of the colleges 17th academic year. Only once before when veterans of world War ii brought Marlboro a registration to 101 in september 1948, has the colleges enrolment reached three figures. Enrolment reached a Low of 23 in 1953, but has been climbing Ever since. The student Community now consists of 61 men and 45 women. It includes representatives from a broadening area a total now of 18 states and two foreign countries. Massachusetts Connecticut and new York continue to account for about half the student body. Another Quarter comes from Vermont new Jersey and Pennsylvania with the reminder scattered from Maine to Florida and from the Midwest to California and Oregon. Pakistan and saudi Arabia Are the two foreign countries represented. Colors Brach Peak Iii Stout Stowe a fall colors Here were almost at their Peak this weekend and the fall foliage season throughout the state is expected to be least to Days earlier this year. The Early foliage season was probably caused by a wet cold August a which slowed up vegetative growth a says Chittenden county forester George Turner. A ifs not necessary to have a Frost to bring on Early foliage a according to Turner. The forester predicts that the Peak of the autumn brilliance will be about to Days ahead of last yer a oct. 10-15 period. Insurance firms plan fair Fth hit Montpelier apr the development department said today National life insurance co. Of Vermont will join 18 other new England insurance firms in sponsoring an exhibit at the new York worlds fair in 1964-65. The exhibit will be an animated Model City in the court of Industry and Commerce at the fairs new England states exhibition. It will depict contributions provided by the life insurance companies to the individual and Community in new England. Dummerston lawyer pub counsel Montpelier apr a 30-year-old lawyer from Dummerston has been named general counsel to the Public service Board. Robert t. Grussing i was named to the Post by pub chairman Ernest w. Gibson. Grussing who also is Secretary of the Vermont Senate will receive a per diem salary of $100 a Day with the commission. Grussing is a Republican. Over in new York big a Liili school addition noted Rensselaer a two separate Bond issues totalling $1.23 million were approved monday night by the Board of education for an addition to Van Rensselaer High school As Well As alterations. It is hoped to award contracts next Spring with a completion Date of 1965. Brothers is. Brothers in court Troy a two Brothers Donald and Raymond St. Andrew aged 30 and 39, have been bailed for their appearance in police court on charges of assault. Complainants in the Case Are two other Brothers William and Theodore Baldwin operators of a Troy service station. Charge polling irregularities Cohoes a irregularities in the designation of Cohoes polling places have been charged by the Cohoes citizens committee in a letter to the Albany county Board of elections. One of the polling places is on property owned by the City clerk a violation of subdivision of the election Laws. Down in Berkshire Coral mail named school Mead Adams this towns search for a successor to retiring school supt. J. Franklin Farrell ended last night with the election of Holland g. Duval principal of Plunkett Junior High school. S i ,>0 Iii off ire Breaks discovered Pittsfield a North Street offices were looted of a total of $750 Over the weekend it was Learned monday. Thieves worked both sides of the Street looting business and professional offices. No questions a skid of candidates Pitt filed a three mayoral and nine councilor candidates appeared before 175 persons at Berkshire Community College last night but not a single question was asked from the floor. For the second time rep. Wallace b. Crawford candidate for mayor failed to appear. Dealer not suspended Williamstown a selectmen voted not to suspend the All liquor License of Kings liquor store inc., following a 20-minute hearing monday night. Earl f. King and police chief Joseph Zoito were the Only witnessed at the hearing after which King made a plea that his License not be suspended in connection with the much publicized Case of a Sale of Beer to an 18-year-old Williams College student. Traditional brisk business in first autumn trading new York apr increases such As aluminium and sugar inter aluminium ingot and sugar led solved attracted the attention of a Price surge on the first Day of business economists. Recent autumn traditionally a season for jumps in the Cost of living have renewed conjecture that the business recovery May Spur some inflation. Reynolds metals co., Riding a Crest of Strong demand surprised Many by announcing an increase from 22 v2 to 23 cents a Pound for Basic ingot aluminium effective with oct. 2 Shi it ments. The nations no. 2 producer also scheduled an increase of 2v4 per cent for selected Mill and fabricated products. The no. I producer aluminium #. _ co. Of America and third ranked Rai Roan is Morse Kaiser aluminium and chemical Montpelier apr gov. Said they were studying the Reyn brisk business. Other Price rises were posted monday for carpets about 3 per Cen some plate Glass 7 per cent steam condensers for electric Utility plants to per cent and Black Pepper about 16 per cent. The Cluster of increases especially with Basic commodities hoi to fair discusses Philip h. Hoff leaves for new York today where he will participate in groundbreaking ceremonies at the site of the worlds fair and also take time out to meet with officials of the Fairbanks Morse and company. Olds move. The Price of refined sugar was hiked 25 cents per i of Pound bag making it $10.80 in new York City effective sept. 28. Sugar prices have Ridden a roller coaster this year vaulting to almost $17 and falling to less than $10. Sex Bay state parking chief see men tally in fit Cortrial Boston apr a psychiatrist has recommended that the former chairman of the Massachusetts parking authority excused from a larceny trial on the grounds of mental incompetency remain in a mental Hospital for an indefinite period. Aiken of ills teak at state g ran Fie Vermont state Grange will be held in Barre on oct. 15, 16 and 17. Larry Young Barre chairman of the state Grange convention committee announced today. The annual session will open tuesday morning with a meeting of state Grange officers and deputies. State master Everett Willard will make his annual address in the afternoon followed by reports of officers and committee chairmen and the exemplification of the second degree by the a la state youth degree team. In the evening there will be a youth recognition dinner exemplification of the fifth degree and conferring the sixth degree. The Home economics committee breakfast will be held wednesday morning with Rev. Arthur w. Hewitt As speaker. Wednesdays session includes a memorial service annual dinner with sen. George d. Aiken As guest speaker program and social dance. Thursdays session Calls for election of two members to the executive committee and one member to the education Aid fund committee action on resolutions and More committee reports. Telephones business 442-63 of newsroom 4 42-2 800 display a d Vert is ing. .4 42-2 6 84 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 423 main St., Bennington Vermont by the Banner publishing corporation. Member of the associated press is entitled exclusively to the use for republication to All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All a news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery 7c per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont mos. $4.23 a 6 mos. $8.00 a i or. $13.00 elsewhere in the . 3 mos. $4 23 6 mos. $9.00 a i or. $ 17.50 special rates for servicemen Osso q0b� 1961 Volkswagen panel truck very clean m395 1961 Volkswagen Sedan r8.h, one owner a l shape m395 Liggett Bosworth sales Ltd Sere ire North Bennington Road Bennington it. Or. Elvin Semrad director of psychiatry at Massachusetts medical Center submitted the report on former Mpa chairman George l. Brady to Suffolk county Superior court and to the attorney general a office. Brady was charged with larceny and conspiracy in connection with the construction of the Boston common underground garage. He has been adjudged mentally incompetent to stand trial on two occasions and was ordered to a mental Hospital for 35 Days observation. That period ended today. Four men were convicted in the Case a fifth acquitted. Insurance executive Dies at 53 Montpelier a Walter g. Nelson jr., 53, general counsel of the National life insurance co., died at 10 30 o clock sunday night at the Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington. Or. Nelson has been associated with National life since 1941. He was a member of the association of life insurance counsel and served on various tax committees of the life insurance association of America. Nelson was born in new York City on March 13, 1910. In 1931 he was graduated from Harvard College and received the degree of . From Harvard Law school in 1934. He is survived by his wife the former Dorothy Benton Doty of Yonkers n.y., and three daughters Virginia of Boston Elizabeth a Middlebury College student and Christine at Home. His Mother mrs. Walter g. Nelson and sister mrs. Sed Don Lacy of Charles town w. Va., also survive him. A memorial service will be held in Christ episcopal Church Montpelier at 8 of clock wednesday night. In lieu of Flowers friends May Send contributions to the Heaton Hospital remembrance fund or the Christ Church building fund. Early fall color mean a diseased tree tree lovers can relax. That favorite Maple tree with the Early color probably is in Good health. Numerous persons have called the Plant disease clinic at the University of Vermont to Check on the health of Maple Trees. The unusually Early color and falling of the leaves led to fears of serious trouble. But or. Kenneth d. Fisher head of the Center says the weather pattern probably accounts for much of the color. The Long dry summer caused dehydration. This in turn led to Early color As the metabolism changed. Normally this occurs in the Early fall. But this year the Trees dehydrated earlier and were More sensitive to the first wave of cooler weather. The change is most noticeable in Yards and on roadsides. This environment basically unhealthy for a tree produces stress and makes the tree More susceptible to disease. Five possibilities arise roots filled Over As Grade raised mechanical injury from Lawn Mower car or children Salt injury Frost injury last May Root rot cankers Wilts and other fungus diseases. Little can be done for severely diseased Trees. A Good program of preventive care is Best Fisher said. Post wants new trial in Butts libel Case Atlanta apr arguments for a new trial of Wally Butts libel suit or for a reduction of a $3.06-million judgment awarded the former University of Georgia athletic director will be heard oct. 16. Attorneys for the Curtis publishing co. Will argue for retrial on grounds that the . District court jury which awarded the Money was prejudiced and the award was excessive. As an alternative the attorneys will ask for a reduction in the amount of the award. Butts won the judgment aug. 20 from an All male jury which decided that the saturday evening Post lib eled him in a March 23 article charging that Butts conspired with coach Paul Bryant of Alabama to Rig the 1962 Georgia Alabama football game. Attorneys for the publishing company maintain in their motion for a new trial that a witness for Butts testified falsely on a material Point and the presiding judge erred in not admitting testimony about Butts activities a which were not concerned with the misreported Montpelier apr the employment Security department reports jobless claims totalled 3,717 last week a decrease of 2.6 per cent from the preceding week. The volume stood 44 per cent or 1,131 claims above the figure for the corresponding week last year. Initial claims indicating mostly new unemployment totalled 543 last week a decline of nine per cent from the preceding week. 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