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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - March 15, 1966, Bennington, Vermont 8-Hennington Banner tuesday March 15, 1966 to Christian radicals retain Jesus while denying existence of god classifieds legals crossword television radio editor s note this is the second of two articles by up h elision editor Louis Gas be is on key affirmations of the Christian belief and their Challenge by fiery men and Theo Logian St by Louis Cassels United press International a there is no god and Jesus is his Only Begotten that according to an Anonym o witticism circulating among theologians is the Creed of the new movement known As a Christian the jibe has a Sharp Point because the Christian radicals Are inclined to cling to Jesus while repudiating the father in heaven whom he claimed to represent. One of the leaders of the movement prof. William Hamilton of Colgate Rochester divinity school Rochester n.y., says its objective is a a godless such a religion would uphold the ethical ideals of Jesus Hamilton explains but would have no room for a preaching worship prayer ordination or Hamilton is frequently asked Why he continues to regard Jesus As the greatest teacher of human history of he has come to the conclusion that Jesus was completely wrong about the one thing to which he attached greatest importance namely the existence of god. Jesus unique attraction the Colgate Rochester professor acknowledges that this is a pertinent question. His answer is that he feels a a drawn to Jesus because a there is something there in his words his life his Way with others his National window death that i do not find anglican Bishop John a. T. Robinson another High priest of the Radical movement also looks to Jesus As the supreme example of human conduct. Having abandoned the concept of a personal god Bishop Robinson is unable to think of Jesus As the son of god. But he is prepared to Accord him what he regards As a More meaningful title a the Man for episcopal Bishop James a. Pike of san Francisco in his new Book a what is this treasure a Harper Speaks of Jesus As a Man who so emptied himself of Pride and selfishness that he became a a human Avenue whom god could fully in Jesus he says we see a fall that anyone needs to know about a what god is like especially in relation to men and also what Man is supposed to be like. Although Bishop pikes views Are closer to traditional Christian Faith than those of the other self styled a Christian radicals a the Bishop is Quick to disavow any imputation of orthodoxy. He said in a recent interview that he does not accept the doctrine of the incarnation which has been the Linchpin of Christian theology for 20 centuries. The classic statement of this doctrine is found in the opening words of fourth gospel a in the beginning was the word and the word was with god and the word was god. And the word became flesh and dwelt among us full of Grace and another even briefer statement of the doctrine is found in St. Paul a famous sentence a god was in Christ reconciling the world unto nearer to Man the emphasis in the doctrine of the incarnation is on gods initiative in drawing near to men in the person of Jesus Christ. Bishop Pike emphasizes the human role of Jesus and he seems to be saying that Jesus would have been just an Ordinary Man had he not gone to unique lengths in a a opening himself to the love and Power of god. Along with its new theology and its new Christology the Radical movement has also put Forward a a new it holds that there Are no absolute moral Laws which Are binding at All times. The christians Only imperative is to be guided by love for others. He must therefore seek in each particular situation to do what seems like the most Loving thing under the circumstances. Advocates of this approach Call it a situation critics Are Apt to refer to it As a moral when they Are not exchanging semantic crossfire they acknowledge that their base difference is one of emphasis. Traditional moralists agree that Jesus taught that a love is the fulfilment of the Law a and that he invariably put love of neighbor above any narrow legalism. And situation its admit the need for moral Laws As guiding principles applicable to most if not All circumstances. The Crux of the dispute is whether human beings who Are notorious for their Powers of nationalization can Trust themselves to decide when one of the Clear moral rules of the Bible a for example the prohibition of adultery May be set aside in the name of a situationist would say that they North Viet traders feel Pinch of . Maritime unions Boycott by Lyle Wilson United press International the Al Cio maritime trades department is making Progress in its hard nosed Effort to prevent several of the beloved allies of the United states from aiding the communist North vietnamese against the United states. Twenty nine unions comprise the maritime trades department Ltd. They proclaimed a Boycott in . Ports against All shipping of any free world nation under whose Flag any ship engages in Trade with North Viet Nam. At least 115 free world Flag ships were in the North vietnamese Trade last year. That Many were identified in the congressional record last feb. 7. These ships variously flew the flags of Britain Norway Lebanon Greece Japan the Netherlands Cyprus and Malta. Fifty two of the 115 ships identified were British. The first free world ally to surrender to the Ltd Boycott was Greece. Ifs government announced last week that greek Flag ships would be forbidden to engage in Trade with North Viet Nam although existing contracts could be fulfilled subject to certain restrictions. Sixteen greek flagships were identified As trading in 1965 with North Viet Nam. Other free world governments will be under pressure to follow the greek example if the met stands Pat on its Boycott. The expensively fashionable season for trans Atlantic travel is not Many weeks away. Britain needs the dollars its shipping is capable of earning. The situation May cause British prime minister Harold Wilson to take another look at his whole card. The last time Wilson looked the card told him his government had no authority to forbid British ships to engage in Trade with North Viet Nam. Wilson so advised the United states and apparently got no argument from lbs. Wilson surely has As much authority to forbid British ships to Trade with North Viet Nam As president Johnson has to pressure . Businesses to Boycott the newly Independent government of Rhodesia. Rhodesia has undertaken to reject British colonial Rule in protest against London a insistence on a quickie Transfer of rhodesian government authority from the White minority to the Black majority. The United states is an enthusiastic participant in a world Trade Boycott the British seek to organize against White Rhodesia. The Johnson administration pressures . Firms to support the Boycott. A fair question would be this under what authority does president Johnson undertake to regulate foreign Commerce in View of the provision in the Constitution stipulating that Congress shall have the Power to regulate Commerce with foreign nations the . Enthusiasm for this Effort was indicated by a remark attributed in mid december to assistant Secretary of state g. Mennen Williams. Newspapers quoted Williams As hav state forests and Parks guide available from i do Montpelier a for lovers of the great outdoors the official 1966 edition of the guide to Vermont a state forests and Parks is now available from the Vermont development department. This comprehensive two color brochure is published in cooperation with the Vermont department of forests and Parks. It contains a wealth of information on camping and recreation facilities As Well As fees permits licenses rules and regulations of interest to visitors to the state areas. A detailed six by eight Inch map indicates the exact locations of the various Parks and forests and the primary Access roads leading to the areas. Fourteen Black and White photographs illustrate the Scenic Beauty of a number of them. Vermont has 65 conveniently located state forests and Parks with a combined area of More than 100,000 acres. These areas contain clean lakes meandering streams Scenic Mountain ranges and can be found just a few minutes drive from nearly any Section of the state. The new edition of the guide lists two new state Parks which Javery memorials 517 South Street Bennington Vermon Call mrs. Ernest h. Javery mrs. Alan h. Page have been developed for Public use for the first time this year. North hero state Park located on the Northern tip of North hero Island in Lake Champlain is about 12 Miles South of the Canadian Border and just off . 2. The Park containing some 400 acres is scheduled to open for camping Only on july i of this year. This Park will also serve As a Camp site for persons planning to live in the open while attending expo 67 in Montreal next year. Also newly listed is Quechee state Park located in the South Central part of the state. The Park easily accessible from . 4, is adjacent to one of the states most Scenic natural attractions Vermont so Little grand Canyon a mile Long Quechee Gorge. New facilities at existing state Parks and forests include the addition of picnic shelters at Allis state Park North of Randolph Dutton state Park near Dummerston in Southeastern Vermont and Dar state Park on the Eastern Shore of Lake Champlain near Chimney Point. Other new development includes the addition of camping facilities at Thetford Hill state Forest just South of Thetford Village. A number of areas list ski lifts facilities which can transport visitors to the tops of High peaks for spectacular panoramic views of Vermont a Countryside. The guide contains in All 38 descriptive thumbnail sketches of state Parks and forests throughout Vermont. For a free copy of the official guide to Vermont a state forests and Parks write Vermont development department desk f.p., Montpelier notices 78 can and of they go wrong that a part of the Price of Christian Freedom. A moralist would reply that the ten commandments Are broken frequently enough even when they re regarded As binding precepts and that of it the Church starts poking convenient loopholes in them the result can Only be moral anarchy. Churches role questioned beyond All specific disagreements about god Christ and morality the radicals Are sharply at Odds with mainline Christian thinkers on the question of How to make the Church relevant to sceptical secular minded people of the space age. The radicals insist that the Church will get a hearing Only of it gets rid of what Bishop Pike Calls its a excess theological the upholders of historic christianity say that modern Man yearns above All else for meaning in his life. The last thing he needs or wants is an emasculated a a christianity which offers him no god to whom he can commit himself. A by All Means let us do All that we can to communicate the churches message in the language of our own time rather than in fusty and confusing jargon from the past a says prof. J. Robert Nelson of Boston University school of theology a Well known protestant Liberal. A there is admittedly a huge need today for restating Christian doctrine. But there is no need nor warrant for destroying or As another theological wit put it a Bathwater is baby commissioners notice estate at Daniel j. Fitzgerald the undersigned Haring been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District at Bennington com Mission a to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands cd All persons against the estate it Daniel j. Fitzgerald late at Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the county National Bank in the town of Bennington in said District on the 9th Day of june and 9th Day of september next from to of clock a.m., until 5 of clock p.m., on each of said Days and that six months from the 9th Day of March 1966, is the Tim limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 9th Day at March 1966. Arthur Cronin Dorothy Marechal commissioners March 16-22-29 commissioners notice estate of Georg a. Sturgess the undersigned having been Ai pointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of George a. Sturgess late of Bennington in so id District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the county National Bank in the town of Bennington in said District on the 3rd Day of june and 3rd Day of september next from to of clock a.m., Unhul 5 of clock p.m., an each of said Days and that six months from the 3rd Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 3rd Day of March 1966. Joseph a. Shes Dorothy Marechal commissioners March 8-16-22legal notices estate of Bessie l. Woodlock state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the 2nd Day of March 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last who and testament of Bessel. Woodlock late of Bennington in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 23rd Day of March 1966, at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 of clock in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said will of you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this 2nd Day at March 1966, Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank executor named March 8-16-22 today a newspaper log said that British economic penalties would bring Down the White rhodesian government unless the White rebels could buy supplies from modern Day private buccaneers looking for Quick profits. Williams onetime governor of Michigan is the Johnson administrations no. I expert on Africa. Lbs and Williams joined the British Boycott against Rhodesia despite British refusal to join the United states in cutting off supplies from Cuba and North Viet Nam. It seems not to have occurred to lbs amp co. To suggest that the British help the United states against North Viet Nam and Cuba in Exchange for . Participation in the British blockade of White Rhodesia. The maritime trades department Boycott May be irregular but it also May prove to be notices Trust estate of Ann k. Edwards of to Lareine Edwards state of Vermont probate court District of Remington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 31st Day of March next for examining and allowing the account of the trustees of the Trust estate of said Ann k. Edwards late of Shaftsbury for the year 1965, and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Benn Ireton at 9 45 of clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account if you see cause. Given under my hand this Lith Day of March 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank and Franklin p. Jones trustees March 15-22-29 estate of Reuben w. Taylor state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons at the probate court in Bennington on the Lith Day cd March 1966, an instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of Reuben w. Taylor late of Bennington in said District was presented for probate. And it is ordered by said court that the 30th Day of March 1966, at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 o clock j in the Forenoon be assigned for proving said instrument and that notice thereof be Given to All persons concerned by publishing this order three weeks successively in the Bennington Banner a newspaper circulating in that Vicinity in said District previous to the time appointed. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear before said court at the time j and place aforesaid and contest the probate of said will if you have cause. Given under my hand at Bennington in said District this Lith Day of March 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register March 15-22-29 Trust estate of Ann k. Edwards of to Bennington county humane society inc. State of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To ail interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 31st Day of March next for examining and allowing the account of the trustees of the Trust estate of said Ann k. Edwards late of Shaftsbury for the year 1965, and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 9 30 o clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause. Given under my hand this Lith Day of March 1966, Catherine c. Behan Register county National Bank and Franklin p. Jones trustees March 15-22-29 estate of Esther l. Beagle the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Esther l. Beagle late of Shaftsbury in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the Vermont Bank and Trust company in the town of Bennington in said District on the 3rd Day of june and 3rd Day of september next from to o clock a.m., until 5 o clock p.m., on each of said Days and that six months from the 3rd Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 3rd Day of March 1966. Thomas Bailey Jesse Strong commissioners March 15-22-29 is tomorrows textbook. Commissioners notice estate at Almeda Tripp the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate of Almeda Tripp late of Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of t. Garry Buckley in the town of Bennington in said District on the 1st Day of june and 1st Day of september next from to of clock a.m., until 5 of clock p.m., on each of said Days and that six months from the 1st Day at March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 1st Day of March 1966. T. Garry Buckley Joseph Tornabene commissioners March 8-15-22 idiom nonlegal notices february i ism to december 31, 1965, and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in a Aid District. Therefor you or hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 11 00 of clock in the Forenoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you see cause. Given under my hand this 24th Day of february 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register Stephen h. Gilman guardian March 1-8-15 commissioners notice estate at Annastacia Barron the undersigned having been appointed by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands at All persons against the estate at Annastacia Barron late of Bennington in said District deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Joseph Shes in the town of Bennington in said District on the 23rd Day of May and 23rd Day at August next from to o clock a.m., until 5 of clock p.m., on each of said Days and that six months from the 23rd Day of february 1968, is the Tim limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance. Dated at Bennington this 23rd Day of february 1966. Joseph Shea Elizabeth Salem commissioners Marrh 8-15-22 guardian estate of Susie of Marah state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 16th Day of March next for examining and allowing the account of the guardian of the estate of said Susie of Marah of Bennington covering the period from commissioners notice estate at Josephine Park the undersigned having been appoint de by the honorable probate court for the District of Bennington commissioners to receive examine and adjust the claims and demands of All persons against the estate at Josephine Park late of Charlestown mass., deceased and All claims exhibited in offset thereto hereby give notice that we will meet for the purpose aforesaid at the office of Raymond p. Belt in the town of Bennington in said District on the 1st Day at june and 1st Day of september next from to of clock a.m., until 5 of clock p.m., on each of said Days and that six months from the 1st Day of March 1966, is the time limited by said court for said creditors to present their claims to us for examination and allowance dated at Bennington this 1st Day at March 1966. Raymond p. Belt Francis j. Hogan commissioners March 8-15-22legal notices estate of Maud Holland state of Vermont probate court District of Bennington is. To All interested persons whereas said court has assigned the 4th Day of april next for examining and allowing the account of the administrator of the estate of said Maud Holland late of Bennington and for a decree of the residue of said estate to the lawful claimants of the same and ordered that Public notice thereof be Given to All persons interested in said estate by publishing this order three weeks successively previous to the Day assigned in the Bennington Banner a newspaper published at Bennington in said District. Therefore you Are hereby notified to appear at the probate office in Bennington at 2 30 o clock in the afternoon then and there to contest the allowance of said account of you be cause and to establish your right As heirs legatees and lawful claimants to said residue. Given under my hand this 2nd Day of March 1966. Catherine c. Behan Register t. Garry Buckley adm. March 8-15-22 estate at Maude c. Belder state of Vermont District of Bennington is. The honorable probate court for the District aforesaid to Vera Parris Cohan or the Lineal airs of the said Vera Parris Bohan greeting whereas a petition has been made to this court in writing by the administrator at the estate of Maude c. Belier late at Bennington deceased setting Orth that the said Maude c. Belder debased Inta Stata on february 15th, 1984 hat upon information and belief the said Maude c. Balden had a relative in the ourth degree at consanguinity to wit a first Cousin named Vera Parris Cohan who would have been entitled to an it divided one fifth interest of the Resl Luary estate of the said Maude c. Bel Jen that the said Vera Parris Cohen has been absent and unheard of for More than Twenty five years prior to the death d the said Maude c. Belden and that upon information and belief the said Vera Parris Cohen has no Lineal heirs and applying for permission of this court to distribute the residue of said estate Imong the known heirs of the said Maude Belden. Whereupon the said court has As signed the 4th Day of april next to hear Ltd decide upon said petition and a Don t store it. Sell it ii Charles m. Schulz peanuts fit Tilte or a Bourns raise the i Skull and crossbones to Quot i to ii / 73 i /.\. A a i look you stupid dog that s my eve Patch Safe Karins Hou do v3u expect me to cure my amblyopia in you be got my eve Patch loiter the Skull and crossbones be been scuttled j is . By Johnny Hart i have just come Ltd the conclusion that the Earth rotates upon am axis., tit in a is. Where is. This axes located r 5 so who cares 7 theres nothing Amy body Cam do about it. Blondie i have a shipment of Mew be to that Voo _ might Kov these sects Are made prom the under sell so top the Man it ill no Ecuador an n that Odd ome of the belts _ Odesm t have by Chic Youngve Wei let keep the cd pm try of the Box until. Itt Jil i get out j it i Steve Canyon by Milton Caniff heart of Juliet Jones by Stan Drak $

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