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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - September 30, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Cloudy and Cool mostly fair with variable cloudiness and Cool today. Low near 30 tonight. Yesterdays High 52 Low 34. Today at 7 ., 34. Total precipitation Over weekend 1.25 inches Sunset today 6 36 . Sunrise tomorrow 6 48 The first magnitude Star Low in the Southern sky Early evening is Fomalhaut in Pisces. Bennington u in Bennington Vermont monday september 30, 1963 Banner established 1841. 60th year no. 19,295 Price 7 cents How Junta took dominican Reubi ice Cen. Antonio Imbert Barrera holds a press conference in Santo Domingo capital City of the dominican Republic and tells How he led the military in a bloodless coup. Gen. Imbert said that the military Junta he led had turned the government Over to civilian control. He revealed the former president Juan Bosch was forced to resign by the Junta. A photo dominican Republic coup organized before his election says Juan Bosch Santo Domingo dominican Republic apr sex president Juan Bosch sailed into exile aboard a dominican Navy frigate today after charging the military coup that overthrew him was organized before his inauguration last february. A High official source said Bosch would be landed on the French Island of Guadeloupe probably Early today. With Bosch aboard the frigate Mella were his wife and Gen. Antonio Imbert Barrera a Leader of the military Junta which removed the president from office wednesday on charges he was soft on communism and his administration was chaotic. Bosch was elected president by an overwhelming vote in the dominican republics first free elections since dictator Rafael l. Trujillo took Power More than 30 years ago. Shortly before he sailed on the Mella saturday night the Silver haired sex president gave a Handwritten note to a Friend Miami publisher Frencisco Aguirre. In it he said a the coup was established technically after my return from Mexico in mid september. The coup was or Mcnamara pens Viet n Senate unit hits state dept. Saigon South Viet Nam apr Secretary of defense Roberts. Mcnamara today postponed his departure Fob Washington for 24 hours. Mcnamara had planned to leave Saigon later today after a one week inspection tour of South Viet Nam for president Kennedy. A spokesman said the Secretary was delaying his departure until tuesday to give himself More time to work Here on his top secret report for the White House. Mcnamara also passed up the last Battle area Field trip arranged for him a 3l/2-hour visit today to the communist infested 3rd corps area of Central Viet Nam. Gen. Maxwell d. Taylor chairman of the . Joint chiefs of staff made the trip. The american visitors last week spent three Days in arduous inspections of the three other corps areas. The Secretary will report to Kennedy on the Progress of the War against Viet Cong guerrillas and the effect if any on the War of the bitter controversy Between see Mcnamara continued on Page to four died Here a four men were killed and a fifth critically Hurt when this car rammed a moving freight train in Sheldon vt., about noon sunday dead Are Fred Mott 27, Arwin Chaffee 25 and Lawrence Westover 40, All of Alburg vt., and Ferdinand Camache 53, of Swanton it. In Mary Fletcher Hospital in Burlington is Howard Bohannon 28, of Alburg. 5 die on Vermont roads 4 killed in one Accident by the associated press Vermont a worst Highway crash in More than three years claimed the life of four Hunters including the father of 12, in a weekend which saw 12 fatalities on new England highways. Eight died in miscellaneous accidents. The four men residents of adjacent towns in Vermont a tiny grand Isle county were killed yesterday on rain slicked route 105 when their car shot through a Grade crossing at Sheldon Junction and slowed into a locomotive. Not since aug. 21, 1960, when seven youths from Winooski were killed returning from Montreal has the state seen a comparable car tragedy. That Accident was in North hero not far from the scene of yesterdays crash. Police said the men were driving through heavy n from Swanton to Montgomery where they planned to go Bear Hunting. Police sgt. Henry Vautier said the poor visibility May have precipitated the tragedy. The victims Are Ferdinand Camanche 53, of Swanton the father of 12 Arwin r. Chaffee 25, Alburg Springs Fred l. Mott 27, Alburg and Lawrence Westover 40, Alburg. Vermont recorded a fifth Highway death when Jerry l. Hoyt 21, of Randolph was struck by a car in West Rutland. Link with bombing i Church redefinition proposed Gani Zed before my inauguration last Bosch said he had asked Gen. Imbert Barrera and his wife to accompany him aboard the frigate because he distrusted the Navy chiefs. He said Imbert Barrera and Gen. Luis Amiama tic another Leader of the coup were a the Only persons close to the new government that have shown Courtesy to Bosch a ultimate destination was not known but puerto Rico appeared a Likely exile Home. He and puerto rican gov. Luis Munoz marinade friends. Association hits. W waterway plan Montreal apr the que Beck trucking association said today an Inland waterway linking Montreal and new York City would Cost taxpayers at least a billion dollars without improving a the Quality or the frequency of the present transportation services Between the two cities. The association made the statement in a Brief presented to the International joint commission investigating the possibility of opening a waterway from the St. Lawrence River through Lake Champlain to the Hudson River at Albany . The commission opened its final Day of hearings in Montreal today earlier sessions were held in Sorel and St. Johns que., and three . Centers. The truckers noted that the idea of a Champlain waterway had been discarded by a similar International commission 20 years ago. Vatican City apr a proposed redefinition of the roman Catholic Church won general endorsement today from the first prelates to speak at the second phase of the Vatican ecumenical Council. Two cardinals and six Bishops took the floor inst. Peters Basilica As the 2,500 Council fathers resumed working sessions. Pope Paul i reopened the Council sunday after a nine month recess with a Strong Appeal for Church Reform. The Council press office summarizing today s three hour meeting told newsmen the schema topic before the Assembly a de ecclesia a concerning the Church a was accepted by need heart to Aire racism says Pearson Cleveland apr Canadian prime minister Lester b. Pearson says forces of intolerance racism and bigotry which threaten to Divide and destroy free societies must be combated from the goodness of Many a heart. The 66-year-old prime minister Soke out forcefully on social and racial discrimination in the United states and the world in accepting the 1963 human relations award of the National conference of christians and jews last night. Secretary of state Dean Rusk presented the Sterling Silver bowl award to Pearson. The prime minister declared a there Are serious limitations on what can be achieved by political action in the area of National ugliness. Brotherhood and All it stands for begins in Many a heart. A if it does not live there then you will not be Able to impose it by decree on the family the Community the nation or on Pearson said that Many advances have been made but they can never be precisely measured let a cause steady achievement often is overshadowed by setbacks. A a. Any outburst of racial violence or religious persecution a whether it is a Stone hurled in ugliness at a negro or a sign painted in depravity on a synagogue any assault by evil men against morality and reason seems at the time to dominate our View of the state of brotherhood or the Lack of it a he said. Pearson said human brotherhood is Universal and every fellow being is a brother because a we Are All bound together by the rope of both Pearson and Rusk commented upon the recent easing of world tensions through the nuclear test ban treaty. Speakers As a a Good foundation dec. 8 last year. This session will on which to continue until dec. 4. It was revised during the re a Young american Bishop Cess and undoubtedly will be re summed up this spirit. A i think Vised further. It will be the main All the Bishops Are coming Back topic before the councils session to this session with a lot More ending dec. 4. Enthusiasm. They know now what the schema considered the key is intended and what it is they Are to All the councils work pro trying to posed a new Way for the roman in opening the Council Pope Catholic Church to look at its Paul said its alms were redefine Structure. It came up originally Tion and Reform of the Catholic at the councils first session Church restoring Christian Unity last year and was criticized by and closer Contact with today s n two jailed in Birmingham Gromyko United nations . Apr Secretary of state Dean Rusk breakfasted with Britain a foreign Secretary lord Home today and conferred on . Matters. Al Lull 111 ill Ira i Domicil aides said the two paid special attention to the colonialism Issue which is prominent in this session of the general Assembly. They did not discuss East West affairs or the plan for an Allied seaborne nuclear Force it was stated. These items Are ticketed for later talks. The two join soviet foreign minister Andrei a. Gromyko tonight at a dinner being Given by . Secretary general u Thant. . Sources said Rusk May explore a considerable variety of . Soviet projects ranging from a consular agreement to cooperating in outer space. This weeks talks which will include a Home Gromyko lunch tuesday were about All that emerged from a meeting of the three ministers saturday. The 21/2-hour Parley first High level East West session since the aug. 5 signing of the limited nuclear test ban treaty a was described As cordial but unproductive of any agreement of substance. Gromyko was said to have talked about general Complete disarmament philosophically without giving enough details on the soviet proposal for an Exchange of observers for the Western ministers to judge whether it would be acceptable. The observers would guard against Surprise attack. For Rusk and Home it appeared just As Well that Gromyko did not press another soviet proposal for a no aggression pact Between the nato and Warsaw military blocs. The Western allies have not agreed what to do about this plan which is linked to the Germany Ber i in Issue. Meanwhile . Sources believe there is room for secondary .-soviet deals on matters of Mutual interest. Many fathers As being too juridical and academic and not sufficiently pastoral. There was criticism that the original draft would not help the cause of Christian Unity. During the recess a Council spokesman said today 372 proposed corrections and amendments to the first half of the schema were mailed to the Vatican by prelates around the world. A feeling was evident among the Church fathers that the session would move with greater Speed and efficiency than the first which ran from oct. La to world. He called the episcopal Assembly a Council a of invitation of expectation of his Clear voice rolled through the hushed Basilica and out to a crowd of 50,000 persons in St. Peters Square As he delivered the 10,000-word address in latin. Like Pope John Pope Paul held the door open for a reuniting of christians. To the protestant anglican and orthodox observers seated near him he said a we Lay no do not wish to make of our Faith an occasion for All is Quot Iii bul situation serious Algeria tizi ouzo Algeria apr troops Loyal to president Ahmed Ben Bella entered the Kabyle Mountain town of tizi ouzo today to Stem a revolt of berber units. Col. Mohand Ouel Hadj removed by Ben Bella from command of the 7th military Region Harry promises sen. Cotton oct. 29, Date Washington apr sen. Barry Coldwater r-ariz., has a speaking Date in new Hampshire hard on the heels of a scheduled address there by new Yorkus gov. Nelson Rockefeller. A member of Coldwater s staff said yesterday the senator will appear in the state oct. 29. A the has definitely committed that Date to sen. Cotton a the aide said. Sen. Norris Cotton r n.h., identified himself last week As a supporter of Coldwater and Leader of a drive in his state to secure the cop presidential nomination for the Arizona senator. Coldwater and Rockefeller Are considered leading candidates for the Republican presidential nomination in 1964 although neither has announced he will run. New Hampshire holds the nations earliest presidential primary. Left tizi ouzo with his staff and some troops. Algerian army officers said the dissident units set up roadblocks East and South of tizi ouzo but did not interfere seriously with the movement of government convoys. Government troops closed All exits from tizi ouzo 70 Miles East of Algiers and searched All cars and motorists leaving the area. Armoured troop carriers mounting machine guns were parked in the City. The troop commander who declined to give his name told newsmen a for the time boing everything is Calm. We receive orders directly from Ouel Hadj commanded some 8,000 to 10,000 men most of whom served under his orders during the War for Independence. Government officers said a part of this Force is forming guerrilla units in the Steep Kabyle ranges. The government officers described the movement As a Putsch and said the situation was serious. Unconfirmed reports said defense minister col. Houari Bou me Dienne was cancelling his departure for Moscow scheduled for tonight. Ben Bella took personal command of the defense ministry with the departure for Moscow of defense minister co1 Houari Boum Addienne. Hinted search is intensified quiz Many Birmingham Ala. Apr two White men were placed in City jail Early today for further investigation into the series of bombings that have rocked this racially troubled City for several years. Col. Al Lingo head of the state Highway patrol said others picked up in the intensified investigation have been released. He declined to say How Many others had been questioned. Night Warden l. A. Holcomb identified the two being held As r. E. Chambliss 59, and Charles Cagle 22, both of the birding a Ham area. Chambliss was found innocent in 1949 on a charge of flogging while masked. He has been Active in anti integration efforts. Officers had to restrain Chambliss recently when he engaged in a near Brawl with a newsman at a segregation meeting. Cagle has been affiliated with anti integration activities mostly in the area South of Birmingham. Last summer he was arrested while going to a Kun flux klan rally in Tuscaloosa a Short time before the University of Alabama was officials identified him As a Klansman and said that he was carrying a weapon. Both men had been under surveillance by City county and Federal agents. The local Law enforcement agencies said that the arrests by the state came As a Surprise. Lingo said that the state was conducting its investigation apart from any other police Agency. Lingo would give no information on the men nor on results of the questioning. He also declined to definitely link them with the blast at the sixteenth Street Baptist Church sept. 15 in which four Young negro girls were killed. The two men arrived at the City jail a the same one where some 2,400 negro demonstrators were held last Spring in a Highway patrol car with two troopers. Dressed in sport shirts and Slacks they covered their faces As they were led into the jail. Although the investigation into the bombings there have been at least 40 a had been intensified since the Church explosion these were the first arrests. A tip off that they were coming came sunday night in Montgomery from the office of gov. George c. Wallace. The governors office said Ina statement that a arrests were imminent in the Church bombing see search continued on Page to Hoard i up roves Sio Jyh Lor efforts continue to keep Fairbanks Morse in Vermont playing it Safe Montpelier apr gov. Hoff and the emergency Board approved today allocation of $10,-000 out of development department funds to finance hiring of consultants who will prepare data aimed at persuading Fairbanks Morse amp co. To stay in the St. Johnsbury area. Hoff had originally proposed the Money come from the boards contingency fund but a it was determined there was no need for a specific emergency Board allotment a an aide to the governor said. Boff has said hiring of Industrial consultants will help insure a a first class presentation to the top officials of Fairbanks Morse. The Board a indicated its Complete sympathy with the plight of St. Johnsbury a a spokesman for the governor said. Development commissioner Roland r. Vapour attended the meeting. The Board told him that if his department should run Short of Money because of the $10,000 expenditure he is to reappear before them to seek replacement of the funds. The consultants would try to convince Fairbanks Morse to consolidate its entire weighing scale division in St. Johnsbury boosting employment at the Plant up to 700 or 800.meanwhile the St. Johnsbury Community from the larges business to the school children have pledged a total of $512,000 for construction of the new multimillion Dollar Plant Fairbanks Morse says it must have if it is to stay in the area. The total is expected to Rise today. The Community originally set a $250,000 goal but doubled it late last week. Hoff was in town saturday when the $500,000 goal was reached. He has called the Peoples attempts to save the Plant tonight selectmen and Village trustees will meet with James Welch Industrial director of the development department. Tomorrow Albert a. Cree chairman of the Central Vermont on the inside a picture spread of Bennington county s liveliest country fair at Bondville a Page 3. Bennington Catholic High school football team wins first game since 1961 season with a 6-0 Victory Over Windsor a Page 6. Public service corp., will meet with members of the committee spearheading the pledge drive to Brief them on his conferences with top officials of Fairbanks Morse in new York. Cree also will meet separately with officials of local 234, United electrical radio and machine workers of american the Union at the Plant. Cree is Hoff a personal representative in the Fairbanks Morse situation. Hoff Cree Fairbanks Morse officials and rep. John la. Downs r St. Johnsbury go to Washington wednesday to discuss Federal participation in the Plant construction project with William Batt administrator of the area redevelopment administration. The $500,000 or More raised in pledges will be used along with 20 to 30 per cent borrowed from state lending agencies with the Ara hopefully providing the rest. Roff said Friday the presentation to Fairbanks Morse will be made sometime this week. dancer Montpelier apr Perry h. Merrill commissioner of forests and Parks said today weekend rain has lessened the Forest fire danger in Vermont a Woods. Birds in season a Bird Hunting season starts in Vermont tuesday at 6 35 . Ted Demarco of Bennington sports a new Vest designed to separate the men from the beasts. Staff photo grim no

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