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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 20, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner wednesday april 20, 1900�?3 we to # a Ca Den Mungion manner wednesday pm it a widespread i Ulic interest seen s Dirksen differs with rep. Ford in proposed asian peace conference in War Issue Washington up a the widespread Public interest in sen. Mike Mansfield s asian peace conference proposal a. Pears to reflect a growing desire for some honorable Way out of the political morass in Viet Nam. Some congressmen report a Sharp increase in anxiety among their constituents Over the situation. This seemed to gain impetus from the political Nam undoubtedly had an effect turbulence in South Viet Nam despite subsequent assertions especially the major conces that it was an insignificant Sions Premier Nguyen Cao Kyd a Factor. Military Junta was forced to the state department except make to the buddhists. For a couple of Bland state a year ago americans were merits that the riots were concerned primarily with the simply a a healthy manifesto military peril. They backed tons of the growth of president Johnson overwhelm democracy is careful to avoid mingle when he decided to pour in More men and firepower against the Viet Cong guerrillas and communist North Viet Nam. But now according to the legislators there Are fears that the South vietnamese May be unable to achieve any sort of political stability. The anti american overtones of some of any optimistic predictions. Officials acknowledge that they do not know what May result from the seeded up election timetable the buddhists forced from by. Nor Are they at All certain about the it also is being seized upon by the other equally Small minority who advocate vastly intensifying the War and spreading it As a solution to All problems. The vast majority of Amerl ideological Bent of some of the cans still support the policies Buddhist leaders who May gain and actions of the adm Elstra positions of major influence. Hon but their growing anxiety there is a growing feeling could make things difficult of the recent riots in South Viet that . Forces although Long Saigon picture does not a magnificent Job of fighting May be standing in political Quicksand. It is Likely to increase the volume of criticism of the Johnson administration from both sides a a Hawks and it offers new ammunition for become perceptibly brighter in the next few months. On tuesday the state department officially welcomed Jans Field s suggestion for a general Viet Nam peace conference somewhere in Asia since the president has repeatedly sought the Small minority who favor get communists to talk pulling out without further ado. Peace in any forum or place. But communist China continues to insist there is no Point in discussions unless the United states withdraws its forces from Viet Nam at once and recognizes the Viet Cong As the True representative of the majority of the South Vietnam Mese. And communist North Viet Nam though possibly less enthusiastic about the War than the chinese has shown no signs of any softening in its position either. Washington up a Senate Republican Leader Everett m. Dirksen expressed sharply divergent views on the management of the Viet Nam War tuesday. He said he could not accept the statements of his House counterpart rep. Gerald r. Ford r-mich., without proof or a clearer definition of what Ford thought was a shocking in is Man Dirksen in effect defended the Johnson administration and its military command in South Viet Nam while striving to avoid direct contradiction of Fords repeated criticisms. The Illinois Republican said he wanted to know just what or who was shocking and then see proof of such allegations before making any judgment. Other congressional news housing Robert c. Weaver 1966�?� a proposal that would utilize existing Federal rent programs to make a con bind attack on City slums. To Spur the Urban programs the Federal government would provide cities additional Money. Travel sen. James o. Eastland d-miss., introduced legislation tuesday authorizing the state department to forbid . Citizens to visit specified countries. A fall bars Are Down a said Eastland noting a decision last week in a Brooklyn n.y., Federal court. The action overturned the conviction of three youths who defied a state department ban to travel to communist Cuba in 1963. A the Only Way we can be sure the interests of the United states Are protected against travel by residents of this country which might adversely affect the National Security. Is through Tion would permit addicts legislation would permit Federal charged with Federal crimes to authorities to drop criminal request commitment for medi charges against addicts who Cal treatment and rehabilitation have successfully been undergo instead of standing trial. The Long treatment. Camera time Kwak a miso later a y Ash ii a a Arci s instamatic cameras movie and 35 my Secretary of housing and Urban enactment of a Law to cover the development asked Congress situation a Eastland said. Tuesday to approve the Start of narcotics the House jul Dacia a $2.4 billion test program by committee tuesday a aimed at replacing City slums proved legislation that would with Model neighbourhood com Sive narcotics addicts a Volunta unities. Weaver in his first by Fiance to avoid prison. The i Noveck Shultz pm dial 2-6926 a appearance before Congress on a legislative matter called a the demonstration cities act of \ Iel War seen As Symbol j of i a. Prestige decline you will love the understated look. Attention to detail. Quality of fabrics. That give you Confidence. To go anywhere. In Good taste from our f i Oroho Walsh collection. Once we Mlej colonial shopping Cir. Williamstown mass. Boston up a sen. Norris Cotton r-n.h., unleashed a blistering attack on the Johnson administration tuesday night that stopped just Short of Labelling the democratic party a War party. A it is no coincidence that our wars Are not fought under Republican administrations a Cotton told some 3,500 persons at Hampshire still thinks it is a majority a a i have a feeling Northeast airlines will get its permanent License to Fly the lucrative Florida route. Bill backed by the adm Nistra the Bennington Banner telephones business. .442-6300 newsroom. .442-2800 advertising. .442-2684 the Bennington Banner is published Dally except sunday and Legal holidays at 425 main st., Bennington vt., 05201 by the Banner publishing corporation. Members of United press International which is entitled exclusively to use Tor republication of All local news printed in this newspaper As Well As All up news dispatches. Home delivery by Carrier and motor delivery Ioc per Day the new look in a. A a a in a not ready to Buve the subs Crl ton a f11 for so Mike i eau to Ouy me radius and All Vermont 3 months $6.30, automobile Industry s argument that it cannot sell safety to the Public. He said there was no doubt that the recent Automo tending a testimonial dinner for bile safety hearings in was Long retiring sen. Leverett Salton stall a mass. A during eight years of president Eisenhower not a single american boy perished under gunfire on Frozen Steppes or in steaming Jungles any place in this world a Cotton said. A prior to 1960, we heard much about brinkmanship How still those voices Are tonight a he said. Cotton said the War in Viet Nam is a a Symbol of the decline of american posture and prestige throughout the a it needs no investigation no confidential reports to convince us that our prestige throughout the world has deteriorated during the last few years and practically disintegrated during the past few months a Cotton said. He said that 66 embassies consulates and Usia libraries have been mobbed or sacked in 30 countries since 1960. Cotton also cited As examples of declining . Prestige the United nation s refusal to support our position in Viet Nam As it did in South Korea. On other topics Cotton said a a the trouble with the gop in new Hampshire is that it has not faced up to the fact that we Are the minority party. No alcoholic can be cured unless he realizes his problem. 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