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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 31, 1968, Bennington, Vermont liaiiniT. ttcilnesilay, July 31, 1968 Pope Paul Defends His Encyclical on Birth Control CASTE 1. CAMX3LFO. Italy s Paul VI today ctefuiulfct his encyclical banning artificial means ot birth control and salt! he hopes it ulll for its truth.' The HOIIMII Catholic ixjntltf Ills summer residence that he made his decision against the birth control pill after "no small suffering." The 70-year-old Pope did not refer directly to the worldwide controversy over his encyclical. But Pau! said he fciie'iy when writing the message of the "heated discussion" In the press. The Pope said the anguish of persons wrestling with the problem of birth control "touched" him. The Pope's encyclical, entitled Bennington BARGAIN DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 Factory Clearance LADIES HIGH HEEL SHOES ALL STYLES COLORS SIZES 4 TO 13 VALUES QQ, OPEN DAILY TO FRIDAY 9 TO 9 SUNDAY 10 TO 5 CHARLESTOWN MILL SHOE STORE 124 North Bennington Road, Bennington, Vt. Bennllgton BARGAIN DAYS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 3 Where Fit Is fj'rsf" SHOES 465 Main St. FAMOUS NAME SHOE Regularly to FINAL MARKDOWN OF THE SEASON. SPECIAL GROUP OF DISCONTINUED CLOSEOUTS STYLES OR COLORS NOW AT THESE LOW, LOW PRICES. ASSORTMENTS OF ALL HEEL HEIGHTS, MATERIALS AND COLORS, WITH SIZES FOR MOST EVERYONE. Seethe Famous Brand in Every Shoe! VERMONTfRS ON THEIR fffT Burlington Si. Newport Barre Rutland Bennington Winooiki Humanae Vltae (OJ Human was made public Monday after a five-year study. It reaffirmed In uncompromising and conservative terms the church's centuries-old opposition to any artificial means of birth control. The encyclical has been strongly criticized by many Catholics around the world. "We wish to speak to you of the feelings that filled our heart during the long period of preparation of our encyclical Humanae the Pope told his visitors today In his first public comment since, the encyclical was Issued. "The knowledge of our grave responsibility cost us no small suffering. We well knew of the heated discussions In the press. The anguish of those Involved In the problem touched us also. "We studied and read all we could. We consulted eminent Moderates Take Control In Beirut BEIRUT, Lebanon President Ahmed Hassan Al- Dakr turned control of the Iraqi government over to his party's moderate wing today on the strength of a coup within a coup that ousted the men who put Al- Bakr In power July 17. Since a non-violent coup two weeks ago the moderate wing of the Arab socialist party Al-Bakr heads had shared power with a group of young nationalists led by the premier, Lt. Col. Abdel Raziak AI-Naif, and the defense minister, Lt. Gen. Abdel Rah- man Al-Daoud. It was Al-Naif and Al-Daoud who led the drive to oust the leftist regime of former Pres- ident Abdel Rahman Aref and put Al-Bakr in office. Al-Bakr went on Baghdad radio Tuesday to tell the Iraqi people he had sacked Al-Nalf and Al-Daoud. Reports that reached Beirut said the two men were out of the country. Al-Bakr also dismissed the 26- member cabinet formed July 18 by Al-Naif. Al-Bakr told his people that Al-Naif and Al-Daoud had been plotting to bring reactionary elements into the cabinet and change the nation's oil policy. The second coup in two weeks i was tanks took up positions outside the presidential palace and Baghdad radio station. Al-Bakr said his regime would try to establish democracy In Iraq and follow a national oil policy "Independent from the foreign monopolies." It was a reference to the Internationally owned Iraq Petroleum Co., which exploits the nation's main oil production. Noiicandidate Reagan Lpoks To Third Ballot MIAMI BEACH (UPI) Gov. Ronald Reagan today made a whirlwind personal appearance tour of the Republican National Convention scene and held strategy talks with- advisers who believe he has a good chance to win the GOP presidential nomination on the third ballot. Although still insisting "I am not a Reagan appeared to share his boosters' optimism about his prospects. "I believe the convention is wide the California governor told reporters. "Any- one can get the nomination." Reagan said he is not allied with Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller In an attempt to stop the front- runner, Richard M. Nixon. But he agreed with Rockefeller strategists that Nixon is losing some of the delegates he'd counted as his, and can no longer expect a first ballot victory. With 667 votes needed to win the nomination, the latest UPI count showed 684 delegates committed or leaning to Nixon, 290 for Rockefeller and 165 for Reagan. Nixon's total Included 203 committed and 481 leaning to him. Rockefeller and Reagan parti- sans have the same aim at the to combine their votes with those of- favorite son candidates to deny the nomina- tion to Nixon on the first two ballots. They assume that Nixon then would fade quickly from contention. persons. And we sought in prayer the aid of the Holy Spirit In Interpreting the divine law which flows from the inner need of human love from the essential structure of marriage and from the personal dignity of the wedded couple. "Finally, our labor was accompanied by hope that this document will be accepted for Us truth. Hope, above all, that Christian married couples will understand that its teaching Is but the manifestation of their true .love, an imitation of the THE BF.NNINGTON BANNER Telephones: Business 442-6300 Newsroom 442-2800 Advertising 442-2084 The Benntngton Banner Is published dally except Sunday and legal holidays at 425 Main Si., Bennington, Vt., (05201) by the Banner Publishing Corporation. Members ot Untied Press Interna- tional, which Is entitled exclusively to use for repubUcatlon of all local news printed In this newspaper, as wall as all UPI news dispatches. Home Delivery by Carrier and Motor Delivery lOc per day Subscription rates by mall for 50-mile radius and all Vermont! 3 months, 6 months, 1 year, 122.50 Elsewhere In the U.S. 3 months, II months 1 year, second Class Postage Pah at Bonntnjton, Vt. (05201) love ot Christ tor the church." Many Catholic theologians criticized the eycycllcal and among them were 87 !n Washington, D.C, who said the Pope's decision was not binding upon Catholics. "The encyclical Is not an infallible their state- ment said. "History shows that a number of statements of similar or even greater authoritative weight have subsequently been proved inadequate or even the theologians said. "For All Your Travel Needs Consult Us." ROSASCO'S TRAVEL AGENCY, Inc. "Over 75 Years of Unexcelled Travel Service" Everything'Pertaining to Travel In Bennington Use Our Special Telephone Service At No Cost To You. Ask The Operator For Enter- prise 6859. Outside of Bennington Call Collect. 664-6126-664-6127-664-6128 Phoenix Professional Building 24 STATE STREET NORTH ADAMS, MASS. 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