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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - June 17, 1965, Bennington, Vermont 12�?bennington Banner thur slav june 17, 1965 Manchester of awarded honors at state conclave Green and recreation White areas Mountain National Forest to charge Entrance fees this year Manchester a commander Albert Kent of Harned Fowler Post no. 6471, vow received top recognition last weekend during the 34th annual convention of the dept of vt., veterans of for Elgh wars in Brattleboro. Kent was named one of four All state commanders As Honor based on Post membership and Captain of the All state commanders an Honor based on programs carried through to a finish. Among other awards in connection with this recognition Kent received $25 from the National organization on behalf of his Post Kent also received a plaque for first place in the Community service scrapbook contest. By special appointment a Hamed Fowler Post life member color guard was named to carry department and department auxiliary colors at the head of saturdays Parade. Because of membership increase the Post took second place in order of the Parade and won first place in div. Ii for which it merited a plaque. Individual recruiting awards went to Kent first and to Irving Jones. Individual citations for Community service were received by commander elect and mrs. Lynn Averill. Mrs. Maria Wyman received a citation for americanism for the auxiliary. Local members who were elected and installed in the department included John West chaplain Warren Johnson commander of District 2 and Kent officer of the Day. Installed in the department auxiliary from Manchester were mrs. Frances Mitchell Junior vice president mrs. Marian Tudor Flag bearer and mrs. Mary West District 2 president. The local loyalty Day float carrying Queen Sharon Peck and Weston playhouse season opens july i Weston a the Weston playhouse will open july i for its 29th professional summer season under director Harlan f. Grant. Dominant note for the next to weeks will be comedy ranging from farce to sophistication with a spine chilling mystery adding mid season spice. Included in the comedy roster Are two shows new to the summer circuit Jean Kerr s smash hit a Mary Mary Quot and the Broadway Side splitter a never too late Quot which closed last month after a record run. The players will open this year with a musical Jerome Kern s nostalgic a leave it to Jane Quot playing july 1-5 with a cast augmented by musical and dancing Talent from Boston and new York and featuring a Talent search for gifted Young people in the area for chorus and bit parts. Scheduled for following weeks each show playing thursday through sunday nights and a saturday matinee will be july 8-11, a Mary Mary Quot july 15-18, a never too late Quot july 22-25, a the spiral staircase Quot famous David o. Selznick movie thriller adapted for the stage by f. Andrew Leslie july 29 aug. I Jean Anouilh s comedy a the Waltz of the Toreador Quot aug. 5-8, a Send me no Flowers Quot Domestic farce by Norman Barasch and Carroll Moore aug. 12-15, twin literate and witty comedies by English play write Peter Shaffer a the private ear Quot and a the Public Eye Quot aug. 19-22, Gertrude Berg s hit a dear me the sky is falling Quot aug. 26-29, an urbane comedy by Enid Bagnold a the chinese prime minister Quot and winding up the season sept. 2-5 with a musical comedy of Man ners a fashion Quot by Anna Cora Mowatt. A change in programming this summer will be the omission of monday night performances at Woodstock town Hall theatre. Increasing costs and related economic factors coupled with the Selma \1arelier strikes at segregation poverty Manchester a a the War on poverty cannot be left to the politicians alone Quot a new York priest told a Manchester congregation sunday a for the politician depends on the status quo for his very existence politically. Some Day we will overcome the cancer of poverty but Only when we All Are engaged in the fight against the Rev. James a. Gusweller guest preacher at Zion episcopal Church outlined the role of the Church in combating inequalities that exist in our society. A until fairly recently Quot he said a poverty was largely concealed from the eyes of the people. The poor living conditions of the sharecropper and the migrant workers were not too obvious. with increased automation and the resultant migration of unskilled labourers and their families to cities in search of employment poverty As it exists in the slums of our great cities has suddenly become painfully evident. A the City of Light Quot the priest continued a the great cultural Center the City of outstandingly Beautiful architecture that is new York exists Side by Side with the City of degradation that is the slums. And one cannot travel within the City without a Sharp awareness of the appalling father Gusweller is Rector of the Church of St. Matthew and St. Timothy in new York s upper West Side. Formerly part of a fashionable neighbourhood the Church is now in the Middle of a slum neighbourhood inhabited mostly by negroes and puerto Picans. Father Gusweller who is subject of a Book a Shepherd of the streets Quot is Well known for his Pioneer work in taking the Church to the people through Spanish Church services Church sponsored Community centers and Nursery schools and for his courageous efforts to improve the sub Standard housing conditions in and around his Parish. Returning frequently to the phrase that a we All need each other Quot father Gusweller deplored the idea of segregation in any form that has existed in some churches. He illustrated the importance of True Fellowship with a Story from his experience during the Selma to Montgomery March in a civil rights demonstration. In preparation for the March he said it was carefully planned that the Black should be next to the White the Young next to the old and the men next to the women. In this Way the Clergyman said each group could learn from the other and the reactions of each could be tempered and influenced by those of the other. Manchester Jackie Breen 362-2259 mrs. William Jones and mrs. Grace Abrahamson of the Valley Glen yarn shop were in Boston sunday to attend a spinner and yarn fashion show. Church women elect mrs. Marshall Peters was elected president of the Church women of Zion episcopal Parish at a recent annual meeting. Mrs. Peters succeeds mrs. David Robertson who has served As presiding officer for the past two years. Other officers elected were mrs. Dan Noble vice president mrs. . Galliard Secretary mrs. Roy Casey treasurer and miss Alison Boright United thank offering chairman. An a interest census Quot is to be taken among women of the Church in the near future and tentative plans were made for a sewing project to provide clothing desperately needed by negro women in some Southern states. Her attendant Judy Lamontagne and which also participated in Rutland s loyalty Day made its second appearance As the Only float in a Parade. Re preserving gov. Hoff at the convention were it. Gov. And mrs. John Daley. The department endorsed Joseph Scerra of Gardener mass., a frequent local visitor As candidate for Junior vice commander in chief. Rutland a Entrance fees will be charged at most Green Mountain National Forest recreation area this summer supervisor Paul s. Newcomb announced today. Under the land and water conservation fund act of 1965, six Camp and picnic grounds within the Forest have been designated As charge areas. The daily Entrance fee which will be required of All persons 16 years of age or older will be expanded facilities of the new building dictated the new policy which will allow special Benefit performances by the Weston players on monday night. Theatregoers this year will find additional Progress toward completion of the new Community theatre building. Although the auditorium and lobby Walls Are still uni fished special gifts have provided for two massive new fireplaces in a the cellar Quot dining area and the clubhouse living room As Well As for five completed dressing rooms below stage. More than too Man hours of Volunteer labor have gone into the laying of new flooring throughout the clubhouse Wing building the dressing rooms and painting the dining area. For the first time in its history the playhouse has been operating since the close of last summer s season with a special events committee headed by Sam Lloyd of Weston in charge of a variety of events. A new fall and Spring series has brought several a firsts Quot to the playhouse stage including a piano concert by Peter Serkin an appearance of the Vermont state symphony orchestra and a Spring choral concert As Well As dramatic and variety shows. Throughout the Winter saturday night suppers and movies were held in the theater. All the special events which will also include a return engagement of the Svetlovs Ballet company aug. 30, Are under the Aegis of the Weston Community club and Are held for the Benefit of the building and maintenance fund. Plans Are underway for completion of the auditorium in the fall. Curtain time for All evening performances at the playhouse this summer is 8 30 . With saturday matinees at 3 . Ticket prices remain unchanged and the Box office will be open daily starting june 17 for reservations and Advance Sale of season and party tickets. 25 cents for picnicking and 50 cents for camping. Swimming at hapgood Pond in Peru will also Cost 25 cents Newcomb said. This admission fee is payable at ticket vending machines located at the Entrance to each area. Fees will be in effect july i through sept. To. Visitors with a conservation sticker or a seasonal Entrance ticket will not have to pay the daily admission fee Newcomb added. The recreation conservation t sticker entitles the Driver of a private non commercial Auto and All his passengers to Entrance to National Forest recreation areas and in addition admits the car into Many recreation areas administered by other Federal agencies. The Forest seasonal Entrance ticket allows Entrance to All designated recreation areas on the Green Mountain National Forest in lieu of the daily admission fee. Either the conservation sticker $7 per car or the seasonal Entrance ticket $1.25 per person May be purchased at District Ranger officers in Manchester Center Middlebury and Rochester or at the Forest supervisors office us. Forest service 22 Evelyn St., Rutland. For the first time in history fees will be charged at certain areas in the White Mountain National Forest. The daily Entrance fee of 50 cents per person will be charged at the following designated campgrounds Campton cold River covered Bridge Crocker Pond Dolly Copp Dugway Hastings pass Conaway Russell Pond Sugarloaf Waterville White ledge wild River Wildwood and zealand. For group camping Only at Campton group area and Barnes Field at Dolly Copp 25 cents per person will be charged daily. The Entrance fees for picnicking at Dolly Copp Gilead Hancock sat it Baday Falls and South Pond which includes swimming use will be 25 cents per person. This Coupon redeemable for too Stamps with $5. Purchase 150 Stamps with $10. Purchase 200 Stamps with Sis. Purchase 250 Stamps with $20. Purchase or Mort exclusive of items not authorized by state ruling Good thru wednesday june 23, 1965 first National stores fir National store Cive Cree n Stamps. First prices Orange or Orange pineapple fruit juice drinks Bessey also pos tens Kellogg s the Best for less finast flour variety pack pkg of to 25 la bag save 6c 39�?~ save 24< .79 is 8 my i la. Cello Oreol Creme sandwiches j a a v a a. 25 it. Rolls my Mem wimm regular 49 saw it so Ubbo old corned beef a Rasi 151/2 of. Cans 3 Soffio Richmond Light chunk tuna fish 2 6 it of cans the eight juice refresher v-8 cocktail 2 it Momu 0 cans i m individually wrapped White or colors cheese is Quot lib pkg instant a non fat dry milk Hast met of pkg w in Spaghetti sauce with meat chef b0y-ar-Dee 4 15 of hoc cans of save 9c save 10c save Ioc save 28c father s pet health amp Beauty aids pers0nna Blades 2 a is 79 Tui to a 3 of 69 1 it. 8 of. . 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