Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Apr 21 1966, Page 7

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 21, 1966, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner thursday Prii 21, less is ass a go i Tise s =. A = is my = = thursday Friday i saturday misses Cotton sleep shifts assorted Floral Button front or slipcovers in sues so a misses Pleat tront shirts polyester Pima Cotton blend Roll up sleeves. Many colors sizes 32 to 38 gifts 4-14 Cotton pyjamas assorted pretty prints Novelty styles for your Young miss. Boys 4 to 16, to of. 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Comes in Burgandy Navy or White. Available in sizes so a Al special Purchase Regent Sheffield Virond stainless steel Kitchen tools Beautiful partus design a Turners a spatulas a mashers a ladles a slotted spoons a Basting spoons a Forks a Racks imported China cups and saucers a delicate Graceful designs. The look and feel of real expensive China. J now Only sets $ i tint air 14 of. Can Crystal Clear to i k00ler Hairspray l to it Glass 6 for 45 rpm records artery Arcade North Adams plenty of free parking recent top hits open daily 10 . 10 . Iraq kurd promised a autonomy by Phil Newsom up foreign sews analyst for More than 2,500 years a mid Eastern people whose origin is lost in Antiquity have inhabited a land which today includes parts of Iran Iraq Syria Turkey and the soviet Union. Never conquered but never Independent these Are the kurd. In ancient times they fought the greeks the syrians and the mongols. Today their numbers Are estimated at about four million of whom 1.5 million inhabit the Northern mountains of Iraa. There since 1961, they have been battling for an autonomous state of Kurdistan. They fought the iraqi government of Premier Abdul Karim Kassem until Kassem met his own violent death in a military coup in 1963. And they fought president Abdel Salam Aref until he died last week in a helicopter crash during a sandstorm. Now Arefus brother maj. Gen. Abdul Rahman Aref in an interview distributed by the Middle East news Agency has promised the kurd they will have autonomy. In a land of plots counter plots and military coups where violence can be stirred As suddenly As a desert sandstorm the Promise May mean much or nothing. Perhaps it Means that the new regime is convinced that the kurd in their Mountain fortresses cannot be crushed militarily. Perhaps it was made Only to help smooth the Transfer of Power in Baghdad. Baghdad governments have spoken softly to the kurd before Only to resume military action against them. The kurd Are not arabs and do not speak the Arab language. Their own is closer to that of Iran. An estimated 10,000 to 20,000 kurdish rebels Are led by 62-year-old Gen. Mustafa Al Barzani. Last december Barzani rejected a government offer to recognize the kurd As a a nation Quot with their own language and culture saying the rebels would fight to to 20 years if necessary to win a geographically defined autonomous state with its own legislature executive Branch and police within the National boundaries of Iraq. He would leave foreign affairs and Overall National defense to the iraqi government. The quarrel has gone beyond National. Relations with Iran have approached the breaking Point Over Iran a refusal to close its Borders to the kurdish rebels. Also accused of helping the kurd have been the United states Britain the soviet Union and Israel. Iraq also has charged that a Clandestine radio operating in Bulgaria aids the rebels. At Home the kurdish revolt has tied up some 40,000 of iraqis 45,000 troops and has weakened an Economy already suffering from expensive experiments in socialism. Even for the United Arab republics president Gamal Abdel Nasser it has had an annoying effect. Nasser opposes military action against the kurd because it delays his own plans for a reunion Between the . And Iraq. Strike threatens Ineve paper new York up a Bertram Powers head of the new York printers Union said wednesday that members of his Union will not report for work monday for the City s new newspaper the world journal Tribune. Powers president of local 6 of the International typographical Union it said that he could not reach agreement with the management of the new paper on the key Issue of Severance pay for about 400 printers who Are expected to lose their jobs when three existing papers merge into the world journal Tribune. The new company will publish one morning newspaper an afternoon newspaper and a sunday edition. Powers said that talks with the publishers had broken off indefinitely and added that it was not Likely the world journal Tribune would be Able to get onto the Newsstands by monday even if the two groups got together before then

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