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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - November 20, 1963, Bennington, Vermont Williams president Calls russian visit a sobering Williamstown mass. A president John e. Sawyer of Williams College tuesday night described his recent 12-Day trip to european capitals As a an extremely interesting informative and sobering speaking in Jesup Hall Sawyer s a report from the capitals told of the trip he made with a group of american Industrial and financial leaders organized by time Magazine. Among the participants was James a. Linen president of time inc., and a Williams College trustee. Sawyer was the Only educator on the tour. The tour began nov. 2 with discussions in Washington with president Kennedy Secretary of state Dean Rusk Llewelyn Thompson former ambassador to Russia and russian ambassador Anatole Dobrynin. In London the tour conferred with Heads of time s european news bureaus then met with British conservative leaders Edward Heath Reginald Maudling and foreign Secretary a. Butler and labor party leaders Harold Wilson and George Brown. A the Edge of the impending electoral Battle could be sharply Felt a Sawyer noted. Flying to Moscow nov. 5, the group toured the soviet capital and held a three hour interview with Premier Khrushchev. Sawyer pointed out that the substance of the interview has been fully covered in the press but noted that a the circumstances were not entirely Neutral. The chairman Khrushchev had the Only microphone and the Only interpreter. He is also a Tough resourceful skillful Man using humor argument evasion or anger As suits his commenting on a reception Given by time for Khrushchev and two of his ranking ministers Mikoyan and Kosygin president Sawyer observed a the impression of a shrewd hard resourceful Man in control of an immensely powerful regime came through at no time during the visit was the group Given any indication of the arrest of prof. Frederick c. Barghoorn of Yale which took place a few Days before the arrival of the time entourage. Said Sawyer a i had known prof. Barghoorn As a colleague at Yale and hence for me that arrest particularly underlined the disturbing presence of silent and arbitrary Power that was Felt in Many the Williams president also described the depressing sight of the Berlin Wall which the group saw from both sides. A the East germans attempt to explain it As a protective device against Western infiltration fools few a he said. A it is much too widely known on both sides that the numbers of East germans seeking to escape has risen to several thousand a week immediately before its erection and precipitated the in West Germany the americans had dinner with the new Chancellor Ludwig Erhard then John e. Sawyer president of w Illiams College lunched with Konrad Adenauer the next Day. In Brussels they met with officials of the common Market. Several meetings were then held in Paris with members of the . Embassy staff Dirk Stikker Secretary general of nato and prime minister Pompidou before returning to new York. Sawyer emphasized the striking recovery of Europe the sobering rates of economic growth in the soviet Union and the focus of increased attention to education in Russia and All Over Europe. A the need for America to assess its priorities and focus its immense talents and resources on continuing important goals is clearly written before us a he said. Ilmi Niton i Ion cd hems Mien to 4 the auxiliary of the Nelson e. Pickwell Post american legion met at the Home of mrs. Alberta Coleman wednesday evening. Mrs. Harold Rice presided. Plans were made for sending gifts to the veterans Hospital at White River Junction for Christmas. A donation was voted to the Kurn Hattin Home. Next meeting will be the annual Christmas party with gift exchanges which will be held at the Home of mrs. Donald Johnson. Mayflower chapter Oes will hold its regular meeting thursday at 8 . At masonic Temple. Degrees will be conferred. Oes calendars will be available. Refreshments will be served. The Rev. J. Reginald Martin pastor of the Baptist Church has announced that there will be no thursday evening Bible study for the next two weeks. Thursday evening nov. 21, will be lord s acre night with a pot Luck Fellowship supper served at 6 30 . There will be a special thanksgiving service at the Baptist Church nov. 27 at 7 30 . Here s the Story of the Vermont Turkey and How it become famous Vermont turkeys Are not wild Birds but direct descendent of the oversize and distinctly american Genus Meleager is which was indigenous to Vermont and Many other areas of North and Central America. The now common Turkey was perhaps first domesticated by mexican indians was introduced to Europe Early in the sixteenth Century and presently brought Back to colonial America including Vermont. They were fairly big Birds entire flocks scored live weight averages of around 25 pounds per Bird More than twice that of contemporary wild turkeys. Otherwise Vermont s Early turkeys looked a Good Deal like the wild Birds being Black Ray with some of the Buff on their tails and Wing tips. Vermont turkeys were marketed in Boston in the 1800 s with monster flocks from More than 40 homesteads in three Vermont counties being driven to Market under their own Power. Courtesy a Green Mountain Treasury Vermont turkeys Are recognized As the Best in menu entrees throughout the United states and Europe. They Are better Quality because they thrive on the Ideal Vermont climate and Are Well cared for. The Vermont Turkey grower puts All his efforts into producing a Quality Bird rather than Quantity. In View of the fact that our Vermont turkeys Are Homegrown Birds Rich in flavor Juicy tender and plump of breast they Are preferred by those who desire Quality for their Holiday eating pleasure. 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