Bennington Banner Newspaper Archives Jul 7 1965, Page 9

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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - July 7, 1965, Bennington, Vermont Bennington Banner wednesday july 7, 1965�?9 super \ v duper j markets a depot Street Bennington Vermont . Choise heavy steer rib roast pork tender delicious London Broil economical lean rib steaks hygrade skinless Franks 2 la. Pkg. I00vall 3eef-lean ground Chuck Reo amp White lean sliced Bacon parkay Margarine Sunshine. Lib. Pkg. 99 our value stuffed 8 of. Jar olives Catsup Salada mix =10 red amp White 14 of. Bot. 39 2 39 quart recreation area fees announced Washington . A Federal recreation Agency officials today listed areas where Entrance charges will be required this year and there Are Only seven such areas in Vermont a All in the Green Mountain National Forest. Under the new land and water conservation fund act charges Are made Only where there is investment in recreation facilities and where collection of fees is feasible. Proceeds from the charges Are channelled into the land and water conservation fund to provide additional state and Federal outdoor recreation opportunities. A new $7 Federal recreation conservation sticker available this year will admit the Holder and occupants of his car to All Federal recreation areas which require automobile Entrance fees. This sticker will remain valid through March 31, 1966. Persons not wishing to Purchase the $7 sticker May pay one Day Entrance fees ranging in Price from 25 cents to 50 cents per person 16 years of age or older. Season tickets Are available for a specific National Park or All charge areas in a single National Forest at a Cost of 50 cents to $2 per person. Areas in Vermont designated for the new charges and which will ask 50 cents per Day or $1.25 for the season Are Lap Good Pond Greendale Chittenden Brook and Moo Talamoo. Asking 25 cents daily or $1.25 seasonal Are hapgood Pond picnic area White rocks picnic area and Texas Falls picnic area. Pipes to Pla for \ visitor i rom Rhodesia Petersburg mrs. Basil Price of Rhodesia will lie guest of Taconic Valley chapter women a National farm and Garden society july 17 and in her Honor and As an illustration of typical american country living a covered dish supper for members and their husbands will be held at 6 at the Inver Mark school of piping Here. James Lindsey director of the school has arranged for a student bagpipe concert known As a Deli for the group following the supper. Mrs. Price will be House guest of mrs. Lester Russell while visiting Here. Next tuesday afternoon the chapter is conducting a Garden tour in the Berlin area with the first three stops in Cherry Plain where the Garden of a a rank t Amateur starting from scratch will be seen at the Home of mrs. James Shannon a landscaping for Small uneven terrain will be shown at mrs. Charles Fitzpatrick a and mrs. Jaco Schehr will show her Garden a nine years in the the tour will conclude at the Home of mrs. David Dunscombe in Berlin where a living inward privately on main Street will be demonstrated and refreshments served. M a Mary next offering at la est a ii Weston the sparkling comedy a Mary Mary by Jean Kerr who has been called americans j greatest humorist since Robert a Benchley will be the second offering at Weston playhouse this season playing thursday through sunday. A the hilarious tale of an sex wife on the remake is one of the great theatrical successes of recent years sparked by Jean Kerry a rapid fire wit and special Genius for turning the foibles of our time into memorable sat tire. Closed this Spring after almost 1,600 Broadway performances a Mary Mary will be a appearing in summer theatres from coast to coast with Weston providing the Only Vermont pro a auction this summer. Elizabeth Davison Weston a new leading lady will Star in the role of Mary whose a husband describes life with her As a like being in a phone Booth r with an open As sex. Husband Bob the intellectual Pul it usher who communicated wit himself so much that the line a was always Busy actor William Lacey makes one of his guest 4 appearances in Weston. A Hugh Cameron British actor and film Star will be featured As Hollywood heart throb Dirk Winston and Bob Leibacher director of last weeks opening i musical turns actor this week i in the role of urbane attorney a Oscar Nelson. Tiffany Richards a Mary a replacement in her sex husbands affections will be played by Erica Rosenfeld ingenue a actress playing her first season with the Weston company. I in addition to the regular thursday sunday schedule this i week the players will present a special Benefit performance of a Mary Mary on monday evening july 12, for the Rockingham memorial Hospital. Benefit chairman is mrs. Brooks Shepard of Saxton a River

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