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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 1, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 8-Bennington Banner thursday april i 1965 Spain yields slowly to Progress by Phil Newsom up foreign Newe analyst in Madrid Barcelona Seville and other Spanish cities University students and police clash Over student demands for the right of Quot free in Madrid a secretly circulated petition which later is presented to the government demands Freedom of association the right to strike and Freedom of information and expression. It is signed by More than 1,000 spaniards including professors clergymen lawyers students labourers and others. In the Northern province of Sturla disgruntled miners storm a police station. It is the first time since the end of the civil War in 1939 that a mob has attacked a Spanish police station. This is the Otner Side of the Coin in a Spain which gradually is emerging from too years of isolation behind the Barrier of the pyrenees its Economy booming like nothing since the treasure galleons of the Spanish main but internally still torn by doubts. These doubts Spring from the Century of chaos which preceded the end of the civil War. They Spring also from doubts of what is to happen in Quot the succession Quot the Day when something or someone will have to follow Generalissimo Francisco Franco. Within Francois Cabinet there Are men who chafe at the slow Pace of the development of Spanish political and civil liberties but even they plead for time to establish democratic processes. But despite the Snail s Pace of changes within the Franco regime changes Are being made. Franco himself has spoken rather vaguely of a referendum to give the Spanish people a Chance to decide their own future form of government. And while the falange at least during Franco s lifetime probably also will remain Spain s Only Legal political party there also is talk that some sort of opposition group will be Given a voice. Recent strikes have been handled with kid gloves and the labor ministry has encouraged collective bargaining be tween labor and management in effect by passing the powerful state controlled syndicates j which have a monopoly on representation of workers inter ests. From Rome has come word that Spain should not be Quot afraid of religious in effect it was a warning to Spanish churchmen that they should not oppose Steps to Bise religious conditions for Spain a protestants. These Are things that Are oc-1 curing in Spain today. But among knowledgeable spaniards the question is tomorrow what is to happen in Quot the sue cession Quot newsmen to hear Humphrey a Washington up a vice president Hubert h. Humphrey will be among the featured speakers during the annual convention of the american society of newspaper editors Asne Here april 14-17. Asne president Miles h. Wollf of the Greensboro daily news said tuesday that Humphrey would speak at a lunch april 15. Television and motion picture producer director Alfred Hitchcock will be the featured speaker at a banquet closing the convention april 17. Other speakers and panel participants during the week include Treasury Secretary Henry h. Fowler . Information Agency director Carl t. Rowan Leroy Collins director of the Community relations service Massachusetts atty. Gen. Edward w. Brooke Federal appeals court judge j. Skelly Wright and Commerce Secretary John t. Connor. James e. Webb administrator of the National aeronautics and space administration Nasa and other Nasa officials will review the . Space program for the editors april 16. Why they retire new York up a do most people retire to relax and enjoy themselves or because they have reached their employers compulsory retirement age neither of these popular notions explains the majority of retirements according to a new study by the social Security administration. Only about one worker in five retires because he prefers Leisure. Almost two thirds of the retirees left their jobs of their own initiative. Of that group a majority retired because of poor health because they were needed at Home or for some other reason having Little to do with love of Leisure. It in of ii ii ii is ii Siss is mall us a i Iooss Stamps \ with this Coupon and Purchase k is of a 22lb bag of Plantation-20-10-5 Lawn food Coupon valid through saturday look a 50 a va/1 to Stamps clip for extra Stamps min r r. Be h a n april 3 at your nearby Aap. 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