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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 27, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Bennington Banner Friday september 27, 1963 around Vermont electrician killed on ski lift Windsor apr a 41-year-old electrician from Claremont ., was killed yesterday while working on a ski lift mechanism at the Ascutney ski area. States atty. John Parker said Everett Hale died of a fractured neck when a wheel in the mechanism hit him. Hale moved to Claremont last june from Millinocket Maine. Rowley predicts lower cattle prices Montpelier apr agriculture commissioner Raymond Rowley says Vermont a Dairy Farmers a better figure it close this fall and Winter a because livestock prices will be lower and the fall Hay crop will be a poor one. Writing in the department publication a bag review a Rowley said feeder cattle prices will dip $2 below last years. He also predicted Lamb or lips will fall. Rowley said the Hay crop is poor in Many areas much of the pasture is not so Good and feeds Are higher priced. State employees to Mold meeting Montpelier apr the Vermont state employees association will hold its 19th annual meeting in the state House saturday. Highlight of the program will be an address by gov. Philip Hoff. The group will hold a banquet and social hour saturday night at the Pavilion hotel. Fire leaves Berlin ionian homeless Berlin apr an 86-year-old woman and her son were homeless thursday following a fire which destroyed their Home in Berlin. The fire broke out in the nine room farmhouse yesterday while . Mary Buck was inside. She was unaware her Home v As in flames and was rescued by a neighbor Frank Kimball who saw the smoke. Mrs. Buck and her son Leslie 52, lost virtually All their possessions. Montpelier youth shot North Montpelier apr a 16-year-old North Montpelier youth was shot in the Arm thursday when he tripped and fell while carrying a .308 Caliper Rifle. Dennis Albizzati was taken to Heaton Hospital in Montpelier for treatment. He was on his Way Home after Hunting woodchuck when the Accident occurred. Down in Berkshire Tramway confirmation stalled Adams a gov. Endicott Peabody a appointment of William l. Putnam of Springfield to succeed or. Herbert Dobelle of Pittsfield As a member of the it. Greylock Tramway authority was held Over another week by the governors Council thursday. The Putnam nomination generally favored by foes of the a called a Springfield gang a promoters of the Tramway has already been held up the customary week and the new delay is seen As evidence of Council opposition. Apartment i nits seen needed Williamstown a need for apartments in the next five years was set at 80 to too units by three men petitioners for a 48-unit development on Stratton Road. Or. Arthur e. Ellison atty. J. Norman of Connor and Philip Kerry Walsh appeared before the zoning Board of appeals thursday Niht for a variance in the zoning bylaws. Need for the proposed apartments was expressed by industrialists and realtors. Mrs. Donald a. Wilson and Talie Lewis protested the increased traffic on Stratton Road. Cost of the project was set at $600,000. The Board reserved its judgment. Alumni dissent on fraternities Williamstown a a group of 391 pro fraternity Williams College graduates is seeking contributions to a fund to halt the College from a emasculating the fraternities in accordance with the provisions of the Angevine report. The Angevine report seeks to put the housing and feeding of students directly under College control eliminating fraternities As they have been known at Williams. Over in new York irs makes gambling crackdown of Albany a six men were arrested in Albany and Schenectady thursday in what was described As part of a National gambling crackdown. Internal Revenue service agents made the arrests charging men with bookmaking and failure to Purchase $500 Federal gambling tax Stamps. Several thousand dollars in Cash and betting slips were seized. I of to blast Lim 11 in Quot re Cohoes a two polling places used for years Here without protest will be changed. A citizens committee contended they were owned by Public officials in violation of the state Law. Mayor Andrew h. Santspree said the changes would be made rather than have the City become engaged in lengthy litigation. To w a Diral nil Dit Quot Drudi rated Albany a Albany medical College will celebrate the opening of its new $5 million medical science building with formal dedication services oct. 5 at 2 30 . Following the program at which or. D. W. Bronk president of Rockefeller Institute will speak there will be a tour of the building. People in the news leaks Force children said society approves new budget Rome apr hundreds of Well wishers turned out to Welcome Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski roman Catholic primate of Poland to Rome. As the crowd cheered a bouquet of red and White carnations Poland a National colors was pressed into the 62-year-old Cardinal s hands. Cardinal Wyszynski in Rome for the second session of the Vatican ecumenical Council is involved in an increasingly tense struggle Between the Church and Poland s communist government. Tokyo apr president Liu Shao Chi of communist China left Pyongyang by train ending a 12-Day visit to North Korea radio Pyongyang said. London apr the archbishop of Canterbury or. . Ramsey issued a statement asking All anglican churches to offer prayer for the Vatican ecumenical Council. Or. Ramsey who has thrown his personal support behind the idea of Christian churches striving for a common meeting ground said a was the Vatican Council starts its new session in Rome i ask that in our anglican churches prayer will be offered that the divine Wisdom May guide its decisions in the service of Justice truth and Newport . Apr sex president Dwight d. Eisenhower returned to Newport and unveiled a Stone Marker in a Park named in his Honor. Scores shouted a Welcome Home Eisenhower expressed pleasure and Surprise at the Welcome at what he thought a would be just a quiet immediately after the afternoon ceremony Eisenhower returned to his farm at Gettysburg a. Signed up Hoff presents his signed application for membership in the Vermont heart association to Clair a. Holbrook of Sheffield left and or. Christopher m. Terrien of Burlington association president. Holbrook is chairman of the membership drive currently underway. Merger of textile giants under study by companies Macon a. Apr two of the nations top textile producers Are studying a possible merger which would bring together assets of $118.2 million in a dozen Mills in Georgia Alabama and Maine. Officials of Blob manufacturing co. Of Macon and Pepperell manufacturing co. Of Boston said yesterday that outcome of the study would determine the advisability of a merger. Robert train Bibb president and Homer m. Carter Pepperell president said in a joint statement that a initial investigation discloses that such a consolidation would have considerable advantages for each company and their they said final action would be up to the stockholders. Bibb with executive Oilles in Macon has 6,600 workers at Mills in Macon Columbus Reynolds Forsyth and Porterdale a. Its net sales the last fiscal year were $85.2 million with $2.04 million net profit and assets of $59.3 million. Bibb produces floor covering and household goods Cordage and twine yarns cloth and fabric and products for the rubber Industry. Pepperell produces household goods. It employs 7,500 workers at six plants in Lindale and Lagrange ga., Abbeville and Opelika ala., and Biddeford and Lewiston Maine. The executive offices Are in Boston. Its net sales the last fiscal year were $96.4 million with net profit of $3.1 million. Assets Are listed at $58.9 million. Temporary gear Plant closing Springfield apr a series of underground leaks has forced the temporary closing of one of three plants of the Fellows gear and shaper co. Company officials closed the Plant yesterday at the request of town officials and told 75 employees to Check with the personnel office before returning to work now scheduled for monday. Town officials said Crews have been working around the clock to locate and fix the leaks discovered about to Days ago when a manhole explosion burned a worker. Fire chief Sherman a. Martin said there has been a dangerous buildup of beneath the pavement in the Vicinity of the machine tool company Plant. Berserk elephant in circus act tramples crowd Lansing Mich. Apr a carnival elephant bolted from its act trampled through a crowded department store kicked an elderly Man and led police and hundreds of citizens on a two mile Chase thursday night until it was shot Down. City police pumped More than 20 Rifle slugs into the 3,000 Pound animal when it cornered its Trainer William Pratt of King Brothers carnival on a Street. A it was getting More crazed All the time a a policeman said. The elephant rumbled out of its ring at the carnival site in the parking lot of the Logan shopping Center. It crashed into a department store through front door. The female elephant plodded through the aisles destroying thousands of dollars in merchandise store manager Meyer Friedman said. Chased by the Trainer and police the beast pushed out of the store through a fire exit. It knocked Down and seriously injured Asa d. Schiedel 67, of Lansing near the shopping Center. Los Angeles bakes at 109 degrees schools close too hot for smog los Angeles apr los Angeles residents baked by two Days of near record heat braced for a third Day in the oven today with no Relief in sight. The Weatherman predicted a High of 108 today alter thursdays High of 109. It was even too hot for smog thursday. When the Mercury hit 101 the air pollution forced its Way through the layer of warm air that normally acts like a stove lid to keep smog packed in the los Angeles Basin. Other things escaped too such As Many school children City office workers and anyone who did not have to stay on the Job. Downtown streets at noon were unusually quiet. Thousands mobbed the beaches and bathers and surfers vied for the 76-degree water. For those who weren to in the water or at its Edge the air was still hot a 107 degrees a and the Sand was worse. A Sand temperature of 137 degrees was reported at Santa Monica. About 400 students at Hollywood High school revolted at noon refused to go Back to class and chanted a ifs too hot its too their principal and the police coaxed them Back in however. Jack t. Crowther superintendent of los Angeles City schools left it up to individual principals whether to close schools or merely Cut Down activities. Most physical education classes and sports events were called off. Crowther thousands mobbed the beaches events were called off. Crowther overs girl placed in Foster Home parents charged with neglect said schools would be open today but on shortened schedules of necessary. Mayor Samuel w. Yorty told City workers to go Home of the heat was intolerable in their offices. Many businesses did the same. The downtown los Angeles High of 109 was the second highest Reading in the City a history. The highest was 110 on sept. I 1955. The Only other time the Mercury hit 109 was on july 25, 1891. A Kate still around new York apr fifteen years after its Broadway Start a kiss me Kate remains one of the most popular american shows overseas. Longmeadow mass. Apr ten year old Denise Blanchette was in a Foster Home today placed there by authorities who said her parents punished the girl by Locking her in a tiny room beneath the roof. The girl was described As in emaciated condition. Her parents or. And . Albert Blanchette both in their Early 40s, were charged with neglect. Both denied the accusations saying they were brought on by a vicious neighbourhood . Blanchette said the child Rocky and Harry j Quot maybe not alone v Iii . Primary Hampton Falls Apr former gov. Wesley Powell says gov. Nelson Rockefeller of new York and sen. Barry Coldwater r-ariz., May not be the Only contenders in new Hampshire a Republican presidential primary March to. A it appears there will be a third candidate in our March Republican primary a Powell said last night. The former governor who failed to win the Republican nomination for a third term in 1962, declined to say who the other candidate might be. As for speculation he might run for governor in 1964, Powell said a i shall speak for myself when i have made a decision regarding my political Powell also said a the individual Republican can make a meaningful contribution to the future of his party and his country by refusing to be brainwashed for Coldwater and by refusing to be coaxed in line by neither Rockefeller nor Coldwater has announced plans in regard to the new Hampshire primary earliest in the nation. But Campaign organizations for both men have become increasingly Active in recent weeks. Had to be disciplined a More than the she said Denise a got her clothes wet and dirty every time she went out into the Yard. The father is free on his own recognizance after pleading innocent to the neglect charge brought by police chief Marshall f. Laviolette. A hearing is scheduled for oct. 25. Denise is his daughter by a previous marriage. The child a Stepmother was served with a neglect complaint returnable monday. Police said the child was allowed out of the House to attend classes at Maple Street elementary school where she was described As a Brilliant Pupil in the advanced fifth Grade. The complaint charged the parents cautioned Denise against forming any relationships at the school. It also charged that the punishment meted out Over the past six years also consisted of con fining the child in a Chicken wire Cage in the cellar. Blanchette showed a newsman through the eight room House taking him upstairs to two Small storage rooms measuring about four feet wide and six feet Long. Blanchette said Denise often went to one of the rooms under the slanting roof. Mrs. Blanchette said the child frequently went there of her own Accord. It was in one of the storage rooms police said that a Babysitter caring for four other Blanchette children discovered Denise. Police said the baby Sitter told them that when Denise complained of timing hungry she gave the child sandwiches cookies and milk. But when the family returned the baby Sitter said . Blanchette scolded her for feeding the child and told her not to do it again. Not one. Not two or three. But hundreds of Beautiful new charms in Sterling and Gold now on display in our showcases Stop in today and make your selection. Us Ali Noveck Shultz inc. 411 main St. Dial 2-6926 Bennington Brandon a a budget of $144,-650 for the fiscal year starting oct. I has been approved by the directors of the Vermont children said society inc. The Agency a Board of directors met at the Brandon inn for their regular bimonthly meeting on thursday. In attendance As a special guest was miss Josephine Webster of Rutland first executive Secretary of the organization. Miss Webster who is currently writing a history of the Agency spoke briefly of the Early Days of the society and its problems in getting a Start. Miss Julia e. Hatch casework director reported that the society is making an increasing number of adoptive placements throughout the state. In september two infants both one month old were placed for adoption. Currently six babies in boarding Homes will be placed in adoptive Homes shortly. The society is currently helping 16 unmarried mothers assisting them in working out problems and plans for the future. The directors Learned from Edward Crane of Burlington chairman of the special gift committee this year that a total of $4,000 in additional funds had come to the Grace said Al school Long Beach Calif. Apr a pre snack Grace for Nursery school children will continue despite a county counsel ruling that it is illegal the Long Beach Board of education says. The Board voted unanimously to continue the prayer after the county counsel said the practice violates . Supreme court decisions making similar school prayers illegal. The Board said it would receive and file the opinion. The prayer recited before the mid morning snack at eight Long Beach Nursery schools goes a god is Good god is great a we thank you Forth food a on our oxygen explodes at . Plant Lynn mass. Apr three men suffered minor injuries Early today when a tank of liquid oxygen exploded on the grounds of the general electric co. Plant. Police said Edward c Churchill of 9 Cedar Avenue Salem and Richard Osbourne of to Hamilton ave. Haverhill were in a nearby building. They were thrown across a room by the Force of the blast. Both were treated at the company infirmary for bruises and Shock. A third Man was treated for a leg injury and returned to work. He was not identified. The Force of the explosion blew a Section of the tank onto a sidewalk about 200 Yards away. The Section weighing an estimated 400 pounds also struck and damaged the roof of a building. Windows were blown out of several buildings on the Plant grounds. Cause of the explosion was not determined. Telephones bus i be a s.4 42-63 00 newsroom 442-2 800 display advert trig.442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published daily except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 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. Horn delivery by Carrier and motor Dot Ivory 7 per Day subscription rates by mail 50 i. Radius and All v Ermont 3 Moi. $4 25 �?6mos. $8.00�? i or. $15.00 elsewhere in the . 3 . $4.75-6 . $9.00&Quot a i or. $17.50 spacial Rotas for Serviceman Agency through this Effort. The society is hopeful that an annual special gift Campaign May contribute significantly in adding to the society a regular income sources. E. A. Seebart executive Secretary announced that the annual meeting of the society will be held in Montpelier on nov. 6. Principal speaker will be Robert m. Mulford general Secretary of the Massachusetts society for the prevention of cruelty to children. The Public is invited. The Vermont children said society is a member of the child welfare league of America. Yale a first new Haven Conn. Up a Yale won its first football championship in 1876 by defeating Harvard Columbia and Princeton. E. V. Barker was the Captain of the Eli team. I960 Pontiac 4 or. Sed., v-8 Auto. Trans., local 51495 1959 Chevrolet Impala sport Sedan local Choice Ivory m395 w h Eddington inc. 239 main St. Bennington it. 2 grand early�?T64 Mediterranean or Caribbean . Oslo fjord the world cruise liner Oslo fjord is known for her seagoing traditions expert Crew and Friendly scandinavian service. The Oslo fjord can Dock at most ports. Cruise membership is limited to 350 no crowding aboard or ashore. Maximum Comfort stabilizers. Superb International cuisine. Ship completely air conditioned. Complete social cultural and entertainment programs on Board. 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