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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 14-Bennington Banner thursday april i 1965 military political goals cited in counter insurgency operations editor s note guerrilla warfare is becoming an increasingly important military fact of life particularly in violence torn Viet Nam. In the following dispatch second of three u a s top Washington military reporter tells Whit the United states is doing to counter the threat. By Charles co rid by Washington up a a new dimension has been added to . Strategy by a four year building of forces specially trained for heading off communist expansion through insurgency and guerrilla warfare. These forces include special . Army forces almost eight times As Large As four years ago air commando squadrons specialized naval units and a Good part of the Marine corps. They Are supplemented by military assistance groups now training local forces in 90 countries and Mobile training groups which Are sent wherever needed for Short Tours. Guerrilla warfare As state department Counselor Walt w. Rostow has said is the military Arm of communist plans for fermenting or exploiting what the reds Call a liberation wars or popular 5-Bros. Matched sets tailored of Stevens twist twill King of the wills. 5 Brothers matched sets Are grand for casual Wear sports and work. All the wanted colors. Best value for your Money. Shirts 2.95 pants 3.95 finest matched set you la find we carry extra sizes to 50 colors Grey Tan Spruce Green noon a next to North Street parking lot Nikita s. Khrushchev signalled communist determination to intensify such tactics in a report to party theoreticians in january 1961. He regarded nuclear warfare As too catastrophic for use in furthering red goals and realized limited convention War might escalate to nuclear proportions. Hence the resort to a popular the late president John f. Kennedy Long worried about a steady erosion of the free world ordered Large scale efforts to counter the communists plans through anti guerrilla and other actions. This decision set in motion the present buildup. . Officials concede that red inspired insurgencies must be Defeated primarily by the Peoples and governments under attack for the ultimate goal is the minds of the population As much As physical territory. Only the governments concerned can come up with policies which will hold the loyalty of their Peoples. But the United states can help in Many ways and the armed forces expect to be involved in counter ins urgency and other a stability operations overseas for years to come. 27�?� Stair and Hall runners Good Quality All Odoi Wilton $5.95 Lineal Yard furniture inc. 32 0 him St. Bennington it. Phone 2-5 13 1 super Market where parking is a pleasure steaks . Choice beef sirloin or club local it. Fresh killed Capone Salem a super All beef delicious tender Well trimmed grown on nearby farms especially for Salem a 5 to 6 lbs. Oven ready la. 88 55 22,lmta10b5o-2�?~7 new Low prices cigarettes Carton 68 fresh oysters of. I 29 Armour s Star Blue Bird potted Mear 7 Grapefruit juice to g River Valley a Hanover Orange juice Kraft s Miracle whip save 25 save 22 5 2 i it. Jars pork and Beans it 4cans Cie Sha tropical fruit salad St it 3 cans South Viet Nam is the current hot spot with 27,000 americans stationed there to Aid government forces. Insurgency of varying degrees is in Progress or threatened however in other areas of Asia the Middle East Africa and latin America. And there the communists Don t actually Start such insurgency they try to exploit it. Military attack is merged with Carrot and stick techniques a political a a causes such As a got to rid of the oppressors and terrorism designed to gain control of populations and ultimately to overthrow governments. Military men have listed certain characteristics which always must be kept in mind in counter insurgency operations a stability in a nation can be established Only when the local population wants it that Way. A military action alone cannot Root out insurgency. There must be benevolent government policies and civic actions that get at the causes of political social and economic troubles. A insurgencies usually occur in backward countries where there Are Fertile Fields for the communists to Promise a brighter future. A originally government policy was to train Arm and advise local forces but not to commit . Forces to counterinsurgency wars. A . Air Force publication said prophetically 21/2 years ago however that it was impossible to Rule out the Chance that America might have to a plug gaps in Friendly nations forces Quot with . Air operations. That has now happened in Viet Nam. The army now has an estimated 26,000 men assigned full time to All phases of counterinsurgency not counting the 15,000 in Viet Nam. The air Force has 8,000 men and 300 planes assigned to counter insurgency units in Viet Nam West Germany Panama and at the Headquarters of its air commando Wing at Eglin air Force base Fla. Maj. Gen. . Peers assistant army Deputy chief of staff for special operations described the army a counter insurgency buildup in a recent Issue of a a army Magazine. He said military assistance groups formerly had helped train allies forces for Protection against external aggression. Now he said the groups have shifted to counter insurgency emphasizing the smaller military units necessary for fighting guerrillas and civic programs by local governments to win support of their populations. To Back up these assistance groups the army has developed Mobile training teams with special skills in communications intelligence personnel administration medical equipment maintenance Community relations and other specialities. Supporting these a front line operators in turn Are designated a special action forces a made up of special forces groups with attached technicians which can be sent anywhere in the world on Short notice. The army further has earmarked a backup brigades from its Continental . Forces for use in counter insurgency efforts overseas if needed. In its schools the army is giving at least some counter insurgency training to 25,000 officers and non commissioned officers a year similar training is being Given 14,000 foreign military men. Cars 1962 valiant St at Ion Wagon 4 dr., one owner no rust exceptional vehicle new tires s1295 1961 Ford galaxies 4 or. Sed., ramp a Auto. Trans., guaranteed s1195 Liggett Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Rood Bennington it. Funds sought for boy disfigured by Mother Saigon death a dead South vietnamese woman lies amid burning debris near the bomb shattered . Embassy in Saigon tuesday. She was one of 16 persons killed in the exit onion set by Viet Cong terrorists. Up photo Houston up a Gregory Chappell looked today like he had gone the full championship route with Emile Griffith. His left ear was caul flowered his lips were puffed and his face was scarred. Gregory is la years old. He said his Mother beat him. She is Ondar charge of disfigurement. Plastic surgeons believe they can fix his flattened nose the scars and the inflammation around his eyes and elsewhere. But it will Cost Money. A i done to know when something has hit me so hard a a. Cop mum rebuild Washington up a the president of the National federation of Republican women believes the gop must concentrate on rebuilding to wipe out a the memory of dreadful mistakes in the last National election. Mrs. Dorothy a. Elston of Middleton del., told her executive committee monday the party did not act As a team in 1964. She also blamed Barry m. Goldwater a defeat on a three Large lies. Told about our candidate on the subjects of civil rights social Security and War court to air to trial coverage Washington up a the supreme court today launched a full scale review of the use of television news cameras in courtrooms. The conflict Between the right of an accused to a fair trial and the right of the press to cover the news has been the subject of wide discussion sine1 the assassination of president John f. Kennedy and its aftermath More than a year ago. The supreme court arguments were expected to bring out All the pros and cons on each Side. The Case was brought to the court by Texas financier Billie sol Estes 39, whose trial in Tyler tex., on charges of swindling a Farmer was televised Over his protest. The Texas court of criminal appeals upheld the conviction and an eight year prison sentence on Jan. 15, 1964. Television is barred from All Federal courts and from the courts of All but two states a Texas and Colorado. Written briefs by interested groups As Well As by Estes and Texas atty. Gen. Waggoner Carr have already been filed in the court. In addition to Carr special assistant state atty. Gen. Leon j. Jaworski is arguing for Tex As. Attorney John d. Cofer of Austin represents Estes. The arguments focus on Canon 35 of the american bar associations code of ethics which says that the a dignity and decorum Quot of court proceedings should not be marred by broadcasting or taking pictures. The 6th amendment to the Constitution guarantees an accused among other things a the right to a speedy and Public trial by an impartial jury Quot and the right to be confronted with the witness against him. Estes wants the court to Rule that Canon 35 is a necessary requirement for fulfilling this guarantee. R. Johnson an Oil broker said. Johnson started a fund wednesday to have the corrective surgery performed. Robert West of the Bank of Texas agreed to handle donations at his office. West said he had been inundated with pledges of Money. He was going to count the actual contributions today. Gregory was under county care. He is a tall slender lad with straight hair continually falling Down Over his forehead. His Mother mrs. Annette Chappell said he is she said she loves him but he is hard to handle. She said she was not responsible for his scars and bruises but that he often Hurt himself by falling or getting into mischief. Computer talk at Williams by Ulm geologist Burlington a the geology department at the University of Vermont will sponsor a lecture by or. William Fox of the department of geology at Williams College on april 15. Or. Fox will speak on a the use of High Speed computers in environmental his main interests have been in the Fields of Stratigraphy and palaeontology and most of his work has been done in Southeastern Indiana. He has been engaged in collecting sedimentary and palaeontological data and inserting this information into a computer where one is compared against the other. His lecture will reflect this work. All interested persons Are invited to attend this free lecture which will be at 4 15 in room 101 of geology Hall on the 15th. Ifs a Gyp Hollywood up a a Bathtub scene in a the third Day Quot features George Peppard rather than his shapely co Star Elizabeth Ashley. W heart in Ful on the Dav i first 60 out to the of Ball Field. I Loye the smell of the horse hide the Swasey Outfield Aho the Dusty infield i Loye the m�m0rl�sthe Hopes. And the dreams for the Neh season. A there it Isi my pitchers duh tradition try Charles i. Seli Ulz and dandelions i a a a . By j Oil ii by liar Yoo Are a fool . 7 y f a a a first cuss babbling Hool r than too. 4? svy a rent you celebrating f Blondie nil Quot to. A Chiu voting Steve inn on by m Ilion an it the Maumee Aik . Cadets swarm out of the Park Ness after. The pitched Ball hits Poteete captor and her. Sun plies from her. Hano but the male Cambier lunges for the skittering weapon. As heart of Juliet Jones by stall Drake

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