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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 1, 1963, Bennington, Vermont 2-Kennington manner saturday june i 1963 world brotherhood begins at local. A regional official tells Bennington ans youths explain March cooperation Between states to Cuba for peace urged by . Governors by Bob Hagerman leaflet states a that desolate our j by Warren buc Kler the Bennington area Myca is not Only a local organization but is the representative Here of a world brotherhood Donald e. Wilbur of Wellesley Hills mass., guest speaker at a dinner meeting of the Bennington Myca world service committee said wednesday evening. Wilbur chairman of the new England area world service committee said the Myca is a rapidly growing organization with ties All Over the world. He urged his listeners to think of the a by a As an organization with a worldwide membership and global responsibilities. A and a he declared a i Challenge you to make the people of Bennington think of the a by a As part of an International the activities of the Myca abroad Are planned and sponsored by its world service committees i i960 Volkswagen Sunroof r amp h we one owner very clean li66ett-Bosworth sales amp service North Bennington Road Bennington it. Double to Stam is wed. According to Wilbur. The committee establishes my can a abroad but Only in countries that specifically request them. The world service committees goal is to a help other nations to help themselves rather than to give them something for nothing a Wilbur said. The Myca gives new chapters enough a seed Money to Start building and expects them to raise the rest themselves. Some $5 million has been sent to new my can a overseas. The recipe tit countries have raised a total of some $20 million on their own. Wilbur emphasized that the world service committees aim is always to make newly established a by a self sufficient. Establishment of new my can a overseas is Only the first step in a broader program Wilbur said in what he termed a the age of the Myca tries to develop an interest among Young people in education and in self improvement not Only for themselves but for their nations. Wilbur cited Ethiopia As an example of a nation that has undergone during the past 15 year a major transformation to which the Myca has contributed. After the War he said Addis Ababa the nations capital was a Back per Ennid Plant Morse re opens today it. Anthony gardens a perennial Plant Nursery located at the Home of or. And mrs. Lloyd Oppenheimer on Walloomsac Road will be opened for business this weekend. Mrs. Lois Oppenheimer a Floral Gardener by Hobby said Friday she will have her Nursery open every afternoon weekends and weekdays. An exception will by june 8-9 when the Nursery will be closed while the 3ppenheimers Are out of town. Among the Many panties of perennials on View will be Columbine Lupine and be Indium mrs. Oppenheimer said. By Bob Hagerman five Young men and a Young woman wednesday night at Bennington College answered questions about a 3,500-mile walk for peace they Are making to Cuba. The walk is sponsored by the committee for non violent action . Pacifist organization which sponsored the 1961 peace walk from san Francisco to Moscow. The group which began los walk at Boston is one of three contingents converging at Rome ., before turning South to Washington Miami and a eventually a Guantanamo base and Cuba. The other branches of the walk originated in Cleveland and Quebec City. Object of the pilgrimage is to enlist support for halting the .-russian arms race and for pm froment of . Relations with Cuba. The walkers also plan to cooperate whenever possible with non violent demonstrations against segregation. These were among facts cited by Erie Robinson 20, a san franciscan Active in peace demonstrations for several years. Robinson acted As the groups spokesman but the others interjected comments and answered some of the questions asked by 35 or so Bennington College students and area residents at the meeting. The questions dealt primarily with the walkers individual motivations and what they expect their pilgrimage to accomplish. A person to per son contacts cd ,. And a direct communication were i Roll lilt a we i 1�,m1 phrases in several of the an a c we r c Ward isolated City. Today the scene of an african Unity conference the City is the Crossroads of Africa. Realizing that his country had to grown and develop emperor Haile Selassie in 1948 invited a representative of the Myca to come to Ethiopia according to Wilbur. On his arrival in Addis Ababa the representative found a land with no schools few roads and virtually no modern facilities. Once established the Myca Wilbur said organized schools and athletic programs. Today he said the Myca there has a Beautiful building most of which was paid for by the ethiopians themselves and is credited with the Low illiteracy rate among persons under 30. A today a Wilbur told his audience a african nations Are asking for my can a faster than we can provide in the Philippines Wilbur said the Myca has organized High school students into teams that go into Rural areas and teach people to build roads schools and sanitation facilities. Seeking ways to direct the course of events in a rapidly changing world is a responsibility that no one should shirk Wilbur told his audience. He particularly urged the Young people in his audience to Contact and become acquainted with foreign students in this country. A a let a remember we belong to a world brotherhood a he concluded. A a let a change the super duper Marke nothing s so relaxing As Money in the Bank. 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Economy Auto stores inc. $5,500 in suit Brattleboro a alter de liberating nearly six hours wednesday a Federal jury Here awarded William and Agnes mar Cox of Bennington $5,500 in their suit against the grand Union supermarket. Mrs. Marcoux had asked $25,000 in damages for injuries she said she suffered in a fall on ice at the Entrance to the Bennington store. Atty. John b. Harte of Bennington represented the Marcoux couple. Funeral Charles Deshon funeral services for Charles Dushon 64, who died Friday will be held from the Gibney Haynes and Kane funeral Home at 2 ., sunday. Officiating will be the Rev. Ruth England Smith pastor of the Christian Advent Faith Bible Church in Woodford hollow. Burial will be in the family plot at the Park Lawn cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral Home will be from 7 to 9 ., saturday. Or. Dushon was born july 29, 1898 in Ripton. He had lived in this area for the last 30 years and had been employed As a construction worker. There Are no surviving relatives. Obituary mrs Herbert guile Buskirk . Ruth to. Guile 81, of Buskirk widow of Herbert guile died Friday at the Kenyon nursing Home in Hoosick Falls after a Long illness. She was born at Potter Hill On july 23, 1881, daughter of the late George and Jane card Lebarron. She had resided in Buskirk most of her life. She leaves a son Lester of . 2, Cambridge Five grandchildren to great grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be monday at 2 At Leo j. Mahar funeral Home in Hoosick Falls with the Rev. Taylor b. Light of the West Hoosick Baptist Church officiating. Burial will be in West Hoosick cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home today after 7 And sunday afternoon and evening. Swers. Said one a we believe that before there will be any real change in the attitude or actions of our government leaders there must first be a change in popular feeling. Our Mission is to change grass roots opinion. When there is popular expression of urgency of doing away with the instruments of War then the leaders will a by making the walk a said another a we Are reaching people not reached through other Media. We Are making direct communication with people in their own backyards on the streets at shopping centers. Noted 21-year-old Antonia can Tine of Woodstock A carrying our message in person brings to life the issues at stake in a Way no newspaper article can. The fact that we expect to talk to cubans on their own land makes much More real the problems that exist Between our one of the youths said people must assume personal responsibility for seeking ways exit of the present Day tensions and dependence on atomic arms As a Means of maintaining the stalemate. Joining the March was his Way of taking direct action. Robinson said the Pace of the walk has been slow with much time taken out for demonstrations and meetings at churches schools and other places. He told a reporter the meetings were by no Means held Only where there tended to be sympathetic audiences. He cited meetings with John Birch society groups and a four hour session arguing issues with a Church group that vigorously opposed the marchers position. According to one of the leaflets handed out by the marchers Conva believes a both sides made mistakes in the cuban crisis and both must adopt new policies of the world is not again to be brought to the Brink of that crisis the leaflet states a did no to begin with russian missiles. It began seriously after the Spanish american War when the victorious United states turned Power Over to a constitutional cuban Republic but retained the right to oversee and intervene in cuban it traces . Involvement in cuban political and economic affairs culminating in the a a pressures placed on the country after Castro came to Power and forced him to accept russian Aid. A it is a simple truth a the 530 main St. Open Fri. Til 9 sat. Til 5 30 dial 2-622d forge Adu Atef to. A a a i shirt pocket radio my Tueting custom carry Case set of batteries Williams Hunt Street a a we done to talk service Bennington we give it leaflet states a that despite our democratic traditions and generally Good intentions . Policy Over the years has harmed the cuban people and caused great resentment towards the . It is another truth of coarse that hostile statements soviet troops and missiles have caused great resentment in the United states towards the group proposes that the United states a renounce any intention to invade or support an invasion of Cuba close Guantanamo naval base and offer to turn the facility into a medical Center a withdraw All other military and naval forces that threaten Cuba Stop the reconnaissance flights Over Cuba a end the quarantine on Trade with Cuba and offer to resume Normal Trade relations a end All restrictions on travel to Cuba encourage . Citizens to visit Cuba and see for themselves what is happening a recognize the right of the cuban people to have any government and economic system they choose a while continuing to offer political Asylum to any who wish to come Here Stop All help and encouragement to cuban exile see youths explain continued on Page 3 Ball is tonight the St. Joseph College Ball reported to be held last night in fridays Banner will take place tonight. The Buffet dinner and dance is being sponsored by the senior class at the local College and will take place at it. Anthony country club. The Banner regrets the premature announcement. Boston apr three new England governors All in their first terms of office agreed Friday night that More cooperation is needed among the six states. Goes. Endicott Peabody of Massachusetts Philip Hoff of Vermont and John Chafee of Rhode Island appeared on a program a new leaders in new England on Wiz a to. Each was elected to his first term in november 1962. Hoff said that the solutions to Many problems such As Low Cost electrical Power a Are no longer possible to be handled simply on a state basis but that perhaps the genuine and intelligent approach is to handle this on a new England asked if he were suggesting some sort of federation of new England states the Vermont Democrat replied a in a sense i think perhaps i am. And this presents difficulties of Peabody also a Democrat cited several instances where the new England states Are cooperating such As the agreement for Exchange of prisoners among the correctional institutions of the various states work on water pollution and the new England exhibit for the 1964 new York worlds fair. Chafee a Republican said that while the six states Are a making great Progress in cooperative efforts a i done to see great virtue in say having a Central government in the new England Hoff cited the controversy among the new England states Over the location of a proposed $50 million National aeronautics and space Agency Rasa electronics research Center. A the original Resolution a he said a was to have this Center established in the general Boston area. Looking at it from my Point of View from Vermont a intelligent place to put it. And i thought we should concentrate our efforts along these lines. A Elf we throw it around without being Able to pinpoint a location i am concerned we might lose it All three expressed concern Over the problems of new end land railroads. A poor new England got itself discriminated against i think partly because of the fact its Railroad interests weren t As Strong As others a Peabody said. 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