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Legal Notice """"" ' · COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, n. Probate court To Lloyd R. Nuttlnf, ol Rock-wood, In the State of Maine 1 . A libel suit has been presented to Mid Court by your wife of mid Fltchburg praying that · divorce from the bond of matrimony between herself and you be decreed for the cause'of -- cruel and abufllva If "cm 'deilre to object thereto, you or your attorney ahould file 1 a written appearance In aald Court at Worcester within twenty-one days from the sixteenth day of May 1072, the return day of thli citation. Witness, CARL E. WAHLSTBOM, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this third day of April 1972. · F . JOSEPH DCOHUE, Register .10,17.24 1 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. Worcester, ss. Probats Court. To all persons Interested "In the estate of Sael I. later late of Fitchburg, In said County, deceased. A petition has been presented to said Court for probate of a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will of said deceased Dy Annie Ttter , 0 f Fltchburg, In ths County of Worcester, praying that she be ·appointed executor thereof without olving a surety on her bond. If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance In said Court it Worcester before ten o'clock In the forenoon on the eighteenth day it April 1072, the return day of ·"wltne'sTcARL E. VMHLSTHOM. ·! a iSiJSSi£8r'X%£ 1S TM' JOSEPH DONOHLE, Register. · .1, 10. 17 .T~ MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE By virtue and In execution of the cower of sale contained in a certain mortgage given by JOHN J FRANCIS, JR. and RITA J FRANCIS to HARVARD FINANCE INC, dated June 25, 1970, and recorded with Worcester North 'District Registry of Deeds, BOOK 1057. Page 395. of which mortgage the undersigned Is the preimt holder, for breach of the conditions ·of said mortgage, and for the pur pose of foreclosing the same, will hi. sold at Public Auction on the tenth dw of May 1972 .at 11:00 A.M. on the premises, all ant alngular and premises described in Mid real estate mortgate, to wit: · "A certain tract of land with the buildings thereon situated on the westerly side of Overland Street In F l t c h b u r g , Worcester County M a s s a c h u s e t t s , bounded and described as follows: · B E G I N N I N G at the mos southeasterly corner thereof at lam to be conveyed to Emma Bourgeois at a point which is located on the ·sideline of said street N. 28 degrees 43' E. one hundred six and elgh hundredth! (106.08) feet from a stone bound at the Intersection o the northerly sideline of Eureka Street and the westerly sideline o Overland Street; THENCE by said Bourgeois lam ;N.-6I degrees 17' W. one hundred twenty-three (123) feet to' an ancle; · THENCE still by last named land ' N. 85 degrees «' W., one hundred forty-five and sixteen hundredth ' (145.16) feet to a point at land now . or formerly of one Sleeper; -"··THENCE by said Sleeper land N "8 degrees 28' 30" E. ninety-two and "thlrty-ssven hundredths (92.37) fee ;-to a atake Bet In the ground a *"other land of Douglas Crocker -Trustee et als; , - THENCE by other land of said -'Douglaa Crocker, Trustee et «!» S ·87 degrees 39' E. one hundred thirty If our lad sevanty.nlne hundredth -· (134.79) feet to an angle; · THENCE by land to be conveyei "to Francis P. Lavole et ux and "land to be conveyed to Hugh R ' McCann et nz, S. 81 degrees 17 _E. one Hundred seventy-two iini - ceventy-«even hundredths (172.77 -feet to a line of aald Overland Stree -S, 28 degree* 43* W., eighty-one and * the place of beginning. · . . . ^nineteen huralredthi (81.19) feet t ? Containing 25,102 square feet o v Said land being ahown on ·^unrecorded plan of land In Fitch ""butt, Massachusetts, to be co Jveyed by Crocker, Durban* Co Association, dated June 5. 195 -drawn by Alden S. Marble It A « a o c U t e s of Leomlnster -Massachusetts, and li ahown as Lo -. numbered 78 thereon. -. Together with the tight to pal ;«nd repass, with vehicle! o ^otherwise over a four (4) foot atrl] ·'Dotiglaa Crocker, Trustee «t «la to 'Hugh R. McCann et ux, extending ^ westerly sixty (80) feet as measured :»loni the next to the 1 last COUTH -»bov« described from a point on -the sideline of Overland Street ^Subject; however, to a similar rlgn ~o! Hush R. McCann et ux to pas Tand repass on foot, with vehicle ,or otherwise over a similar foil «W foot strip of land , extendlm ^westerly sixty (BO) feet from a poln ·on Overland Street as measured ? "Meaning ana Intending to hereby "iereate a common pqsswa? tight (8 "feet In width extending westerly !«lxty (80) feet from point on J Overland. Street, the center lln f thereof being a part of the Tiex Kto the last course above described '«nd as further, shown on a plan *· above referred to. Said commoi ·passway' shall be kept open am .unobstructed and the above granted -tights shall not be construed a · including a right to park within th t limits of laid passway. t. Together with tbe rlaht to pas ~-mS repass on foot, with vehicle 5 or otherwise over a four (4) foo e*trlp of land to be conveyed by · )he said' Douglas Crocker, Truste ftpt als to Emma Bourgeois extendin ^westerly sixty-five (65) feet a ? measured along the first cours ^described from a point on th -sideline of Overland Street Subject n however, to a similar right of Emma Bourgeois to pass and repass on vfoot, wlth'vehlcles or otherwise ove ;* similar four (4) foot'strlp of land , which extends westerly 'sixty-fly · (65^ feet from a point on Overland f Street as measured along the cours Tflnt'Bbove described. Meaning and 'Intending hereby to create a com Imon passway eight (8) feet In width intending westerly alxty-flve (85 r feet from point on Overland Street * the center line thereof being a par 'of the first course above described ' and as further sh'own on the plan above referred to. Said commpt ;passway ahall be kept open am · unobstructed, and the above granted : rights shall not be construed a ? Including, a right to park within £ Uie-IImlU of said passway. . | Being the same premises conveyed t t o the mortgagors by deed of Mulla 'F. Marceau, Administrator of Estat 'of John J. Francis under Jlcens 'to sell, which' deed. Is dated Aprl ·8, I»7"0 im]' recordei-on July 80 . 1970, as Instrument No. 3, · Said premises are conveyed ·lubject to a. prior mortgage to th 'Fttchburg Federal 'Savings ft 'Loan 'Association, dated August 12, 195 land recorded In Book 144, Pag .188." · · .Said premises are to lie conveyei! ·subject to unpaid real estate taxes 'water charges and the mortgage to I the Fltchburg Federal Savings ,loan. ' : . ; · ' Terms of Sale: One 'Thousant ·(11,000.00) Dollars will be paid In xaih by the, purchaser at the -time ·and "place of the' sale, nnd the jbalaricA. to be paid In cash within jt«n (10) days it thi office of Bar- /vard .Finance. Inc., 29 Mechinlc ··'Street, Worcester, Massachusetts. · Other .terms to be announced a ;thenle. ! HARVARD FINANCE INC. By Harvey M. Grant, Treasurer Tafamo, PhllHpi, Silver . '.Si.Tatman ·"..:·-;·· ' . ·S40 Main Street · ' . . ' · ' Worcester, Hauacuusetu 01808 ·10,17,34 ' · Legal Notice COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, ss. Probata court. To all persons interested In the state of Gale F. Tucker late of . u n e n b u r g , In said County, eceaseri. A petition has been presented to aid Court for probate of a certain nstrument purporting to be the last vlll and said deceased by Gale F. Tucker, Jr., of Lunenburg, In said Couny and First Safety Fund National Bank of Fltchburg, In the County of Worcester, praying that hey be appointed executors thereof wlhout giving a surety on their lond. If you desire to object thereto 'ou or your attorney ahould file a vrltten appearance In said Court at Worcester before ten o'clock In he forenoon on the twenty-fifth day of April 1972, the return day of his citation. Witness, CARL R WAHLSTBOM, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, his thirty-first day of March 1972. F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register alO,17,24 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, ss. Probate Court. To all persons Interested In the estate flf Onnl M. Forstl otherwise called Mattlas Onnl Forstl late of Fitchburg, In said County, deceased. A petition has been presented to said Court for probate of a certain instrument purporting to be the lasi will of said deceased by Martha Rasl of Fltchburg, In the County of Worcester, praying that ahe be appointed executor thereof without living a surety on her bond. If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance In said Court at Worcester beforo ten o'clock In the forenoon on the aecond day of May 1972, the return day of this citation. Witness. CARL E. WAHLSTROM, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this twenty-second day of March L972 F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register. a!7,24 ml COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, ss. Probate Court To Edward J. JUlson and al persons Interested In the estate of said Edward J. JUlson of Fltchburg In Raid County. The conservator of the property of said ward has presented to salt Court his first to fifth and flna accounts, Inclusive for allowance. If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file i written appearance in said Court at Worcester before ten o'clock It tbe forenoon on the aecond day o: May 1972, the return day of this citation. Witness, CARL E. WAHI.STROM Esquire, First Judge of said Court this fifth day of April 1972. F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register a!7 ,24 ml There will be a Hatch Act Hearing In the City Council offices, off the Council Chamber on April 24, 1972 at 7:00 P.M. This Is in regard to terracing a drop and extending the yard area for Mr. Clarence Gagne at "401 Main Street Leominster, Massachusetts. M. D. PIERMARIN CH. LEOMINSTER CONSERVATION COMMISSION a!7 THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES April 12, 197 D.P.U. 17173 Investigation by the Departmen on Its own motion as to the propriet of the rates and charges for elec trlclty set forth In the followln schedules: M.D.Pu. no. 162 -- Contents and Index. Service. .: M.D.P.U. No. 164 -- Genera Service. · H.D.P.U. No.' 16! -- Outdoo Lighting Service. M.D.P.V. No. 188 -- Cost of Fue Adjustment , M.D.P.U. No. 187 -- Electric In stallatlon Allowances all filed with the Department on October 15, 1971 to become effectlv on November 1, 1971, by the Fitch burg gas and Electric Light Com pany. ,. . The -Company having filed th schedules referred to above, this Department suspended the operation of the .rates and chargs. set forth therein pending study, and In vesttgatlon of their propriety. Th proposed rate Increase would, 1 approved, raise additional annua revenues of approximately $480,00( documents showing the effect o proposed Increases upon indlvldua customers, together with supporting material, Is on file 1 at the Depart ment of Public Utilities, 100 Cam b r i d g e S t r e e t , B o s t o n M a s s a c h u s e t t s , and may b examined at any time during norma business hours. The . Department having completed Its preliminary Investigation, will hold a publt hearing as to the propriety of the proposed rates ana charges at Its hearing-room, No. 1210 Leveret Saltohstall Building, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, Massachusetts, on Tuesday, May IB, 1972, at 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon. By Order of the Department FRANCIS J. HICKEY, JH . Secretary a!7 THE COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC UTILITIES . '" April 12, 197 D.P.U. 17114 Investigation by the Departmen on Its own motion as to the propriety of the rates and charges for ga as set forth In the following schedules: M.D.P.U. No. 1S2 -- Contents and Index Served M.D.P.U.. No. 154 -- Rules and Regulations ' . . M.D.P.U..' No 155 -- Genera Domestic and Heating Service - P M.D.P.U. No. 158 -- General Ga Service. N · · ' M.D.P.U. No. 1ST -- Interruptlbl Service - I M.D.P.U. No, 158 -- Outdoor Ga Lighting Service · GL · M.D.P.U No.- 159 -- Schoo M.D.P.U. No. 160 -- Cost of Ga Adjustment · T ' M.D.P.U. No. 181 - -- Gas In lUHatton Allowance · ZG til filed with the Department on August 13, 1971 to become effective on Scptembtfr 1, 1971, by the Fitch burg Gas and Electric Light Com piny. · · ' The Company having filed th Bchedules referred to above 1 , th) Department ausp ended the operatic] of the rates and charges set fort! therein pending study and In vest! gallon of their propriety. The proposed rate Increase would, 1 approval, raise additional annua; revenues of Approximately '$270,000 The propoied schedule*. Includini documents showing the effect o propoied Increases upon Indlvldua customers, together with supporting material. Is on file at the Department of Public - Utlllles, too Cam b r i d g e S r e e t , Bo at on M a s s a c h u s e t t s . : and may b examined at any time 1 during norma business hours. The Department having completed' Its preliminary Investigation, will hold · public hearing as to the propriety of the propoied rates and charges at It hearing-room No. 1210 Leveret Saltonitall Building, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston. . Massachusetts.' on Tuesday. May 16, 1 872, at 10:00 o'clock In the forenoon. By Order of the Department FRANCIS J. HICKEY, JH . . , · . - : Secretary ·17 . ' · ' . ; - · - · NOTICE Or tOSt BANK BOOK Notice Is hereby given tha passbook No. 168575 Issued by the Worcetter North Savings Institution hat bA.n lost, and application ha been made by the - owner' fo payment of the amount of the deposit represented by laid book or for ·the Issuance of - a duoUcRt book therefor. Payment on th orlflinit book hai been stopped, Antique Show Draws Crowd GROTON -- The 13th annual Antique Show and Sale at- racted several hundred people rnm near and far. The displays were set' in individually con- tructed rooms and included verything from the minutest ileces of antique jewelry to 'ery large pieces of furniture, Dealers were present from Massachusetts, Vermont, New iampshire and Rhode Island. The snack bar proved to be he center of attraction with delicacies being served by Mrs. lalph Smith, Mrs. Waller ) ' C o n n e 1 1 , Mrs. John Greenhalge, Mrs. Ted Cataness, Mrs. Edward Ladley and Mrs. jeonard Hopkins. Legal Notice COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Vorciiter, ss. Probate Court To Edward C. Gordon of Lawrence 11 the State of Michigan. A libel suit has been presented o said Court by your wife* praying hat a divorce from tbe bond of matrimony between herself and you and confirmed habits of Intoxication -- cruel and abuclve treatment -- icglect to provide suitable main- enance. If you desire to object thereto, you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Worcester within twenty-one days rom the thirteenth day of May 1972, the return day of this citation. Witness, CARL E. \VAHLSTROM, Esquire, First Judge of said Court, this thirty-first day of March 1972. F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register. alO.17,24 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, ss. Probate Court To Carol A. Posco, of Fltchburg, In said County. A petition has been presented to said Court by Peter Posco praying .hat the decree of said Court dated Harch 10, 1971, may be modified n proceedings for divorce brought jy you against him. If you desire to object ttiereto you or your attorney sbould file a writte*n appearance In said Court it Worcester before ten o'clock in :he forenoon en the twenty-fifth day of April 1972, the return day of this citation. Witness, CARL E. WAHI-STHOM, Esquire, First Judge 1 of said Court, this thirtieth day of March 1972. F. JOSEPH DONOHUE Register alO, 17,24 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PLANNING BOARD Fitchburg, Man. Notice Is hereby given that the Planning Board will conduct a Public Hearing on Tuesday, April 25, 1972, at 7:00 p.m. In the City Council Chambers, City Hall, for the purpose of hearing arguments for and against Petition 66-72 of the Fltchburg City Planning Board to amend the City of Fltchburg Zoning Ordinance by amending Article III Sftetlon 3; Article V, Sections 2, 3 and 4. Copies of the Proposed Amendment will be available at the Office of the Planning Coordinator on the aecond floor'of City Hall. Membtfra: Mr. Paul E. Cheney, Chairman Mr*. Margaret Benton Vice-chairman Dr. Grainger Browning Mr. Roger P. Congdon Mr. Rene M. Lamy Mr. Ralph R. Romano, Jr alO,17 COMMONWEALTH^OF .MASSACHUSETTS Worceit«r, ss. Probate Court To aU persons Interested in the estate* of Blgelow Crocker late o Fltchburg, In said County; deceased A petition has been presented to said Court for probate of a certain instrument purporting, to be the las will of said deceased by Bigelow Crocker, Jr. of Lunenburg, In the County of Worcester, and John F Cogan Jr., of Lexington, In the County of Middlesex, praying tha they be appointed executors thereo without giving a aurety on their bonds. If yon desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance In laid Court at Worcester before ten o'clock in thri forenoon on' the twenty-fifth day of April 1972. the return day of thlt citation. Witness, CARL.E. WAHLSTROM Esquire, First Judge of said Court this twenty-first day of March 1972. P. JOSEPH DONOHUE Register 810,17,24 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, as. Probate Court To .all persons interested in the estate of Vlrlato 8. Mello otherwise called Sun Mello late" of Fltchburg in said County, deceased. A petition bat been presented to said Court for probate of a certain instrument purporting to be the las wilt .. of said deceased by Elsie TheiTlen of Townsend, in the Count' of Middlesex praying that ehe be appointed Executor thereof wlthou giving a surety on her bond. .If you desire to object thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Worcester before ten o'clock in the forenoon on the twenty-fifth day of .-April 1972 f the return day of this citation. . Witness, CARL'E. WAHLSTROM Esquire, First Judge of said Court this third day of April 1972. F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register a!0,17,24 · · COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS Worcester, ss. Probate Court To alt persons Interested in the estate of Rauha Forstl late of Fitch burg, in said County, deceased. . A petition has .been presented to said Court for probate. of a certain instrument 'purporting to be the last will of said deceased by Mirth* Rasl of Fltchburg, In the County of Worcester, praying that she be appointed executor thereof wlthou giving a surety on her bond. I£ you desire to object thereto you or 'your attorney should file a written appearance 1 .in said Court the forenoon on the second day o May 1972, the return day of thit citation. · · · . Witness, CARL E, WAHLSTROM Esquire, First Judge. of said Court this twenty-second day of March 1972. · F. JOSEPH DONOHUE, Register a 17,2 4 ml COMMONWEALTH OF . MASSACHUSETTS . Worcester, as;, . v Probate Court To all persona Interested In a petition for adoption of Thomas Dan Faccy, Jr. of Lunenburg .In said County. ' .' A petition has betn presented to said Court by ' Kenneth Bernard Saucier, and Paula Jean Saucier his wife,, of 'Lunenburg in said County, praying for .leave, to adopt lak Thomas Dan Facey, ' Jr.. a 'child of Thomas 'Dan Facey of Lunrtiburf In the County of Worcester and Paula Jean- (Saucier. 1 formerly Paula Jean Facey his wife, and that the namo of aald child be changed to Thomas Dan Saucier, If you deilre to object ! thereto you or 'your, attorney BhouM file a written 'appearance In aald 'Coun at Worcester before ten o'clock In the forenoon on the Sixteenth day of May 1972 the return day of this citation. , Witness, CARL E. WAHLSTROM Esquire, First , Judge of said Court this twenty-seventh day of March 1872. '· F. JOSEPH DONOHUE. Register ·lO,!?^ . . NOTICR OF LOST BANK BOOK Notice is hereby given that paiibook No. 187437- limed by the Worcester North Savings Institution has be*n lent, and application has been made by the · 'owner for payment of . the amount , of the deposit represented by said book or for the Issuance of K duplicate book therefor. Payment on the original book has bein itopp*d, , ·10,17 . . . . Devens Pro/ecfs Listed FORT DEVENS . - - The annual Army-IndusI ry dinner, co- ponsorcd by tht 1 Fort Devens j Mlnuteman Chapter of the Association of the United Stales Army (AUSA) and the Phalo 1 Corporation of Shrewsbury will ie held in the Worcester N a t i o n a l Guard Armory Thursday. A capacity crowd is expected o hear Lieutenant General! Woodrow W. Vaughan, deputy, commanding general for the Army Material Command from Washington, D.C The former commander of the nearby U.S. Army Natick Laboratories, General Baughan will be the principal speaker for the affair. AUSA is an organization composed of active and retired military, and civilians who advocate support of a strong and mobile Army as long as he need exists. Static display:, of the latest military and industry equipment vill be on exhibit throughout the Armory. Si:: of the major inits from Fort Devens will lave displays. A socjpl hour beginning at i:30 p.m. will precede the :atered roast beef dinner which begins at 7 p.m. Tickets for the dinner are $5.dO and may be obtained at Fort Devens from Staff Sergeant Joseph Dooley in Bldg. P.3. MUSEUM The Fort Devens Museum is ooking for artifacts and other memorabilia that many local ·esidents may have stored in - h e i r attics, garages of lasements and which the owners of such items may not r e a l i z e have historical significance, Sergeant First Class Blease Gunter, the museum curator, is in the process of enlarging the display area of the museum and s endeavoring to acquire any historical material that may eventually be discarded when people decide to clean all of grandfather's accumulation of momentos out of the attic. Sergeant Gunter would ap predate a telephone call from any person wTio may have plans to discard old family treasures, and would be willing to travel to the person's home, to examine each and every article to see if it does have historical significance. JOB MART Fort Devens will conduct a Job Information Mart in the Fort Devens Sports Arena Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. There will be representatives attending from business industry, governmental agencies, vocational schools and colleges. It is all part of "PROJECT TRANSITION" a Department of Defense Program that provides career development counseling j o b - e n t r y training, aiic sonnel returning to civilian life. The activities of the Job Information Mart are being conducted to enable military personnel, their dependents, anc recent Vietnam Era veterans with counseling for their career development and placement opportunities. \ Invitations have been sent to the Commanding Officers of all military installations in New England requesting that all personnel in their command be informed of the Job Information Mart and urge their personnel to participate. Ex-City Resident Wins Award Levlo J. Baldarelll, Sr., of 300 Hamilton Ave., Farre'll, Pa.; has been named foreman nf the year by the Northeast Chapter ol M i n i n g a n d Metallurgical Engineers. He is a native ol Fitchburg. Mr. Boldarelli, a rigger foreman in the steel division al the Sharon Steel Corp. was n o m i n a t e d f o r outstanding achievement in his division. He has been employed by the company for 25 years. He is the son of Mrs. Virginia Moretto of 420 Kimball St. He is married to the former Anne DeMartinis . and has six children, Levio J., Jr.,' Alan Mark, Virginiar Anne Marie and Lynn. He has two brbthers J o s e p h and Rudolph J. Baldarelli, and four sisters, Mrs. Mary J. Gontuzzi, Mrs. Rita LeBlanc, Mrs. Norma Brasili and Mrs. Lawrence J. Zarrella of Fitchburg. Finnish Books In Collection WESTMINSTER - R. Stanley K e n d 1 g of the Forbush Memorial Library, announces that for several years the library has been .collecting books on Finnish life and arts, some bopks deal with the homeland and others tell of Finnish contributions to life in the United States. . ,The. books are in the English and · Finnish languages ' 'and Include some later fiction and non-fiction m a d e available through- the Husari . Fund. Westminster r e s i d e n t s are coMIally . ' Invited to - visit the library and make use of the collection. ' The next series of the Children's Story Hour, at the Forbush Memorial Library will begin on Saturday, April . 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Children from four to. seven years of age are Invited to attend. Mrs. Elaine Tamtni and Miss Colleen Fitzgerald of the ibrary »tatf will assist in stories, games and music. Fitchburg Sentinel, Monday, April 17, 1972 -- 33 m ^^^^^^^^^^ESH ·············^Blil R] ^^HHB MBBUHHHI Eugene Casassa, left, director of the new dinner theater Wlnterset, located on the St. Leo's Parish Events Slated For Centennial An evening of recollection, a mini-retreat, will ba conducted n St. Leo's Parish Friday, as lart of the parish centennial celebration. F a t h e r Conan of the ? a s s i o n i s t Monastery i n S h r e w s b u r y a n d associate director of the Calvary Retreat House there will be the retreat master. His program will include Mass at 7:30 p.m. in the church, then a talk and con- 'erence in the auditorium. The .heme will be new dimensions ,n prayer and the importance of prayer in the life of today's Christian. The talk and discussions will be addressed chiefly to married and engaged couples, but all others are welcome to attend. Father Conan, who was ordained in 1968 by Bishop Olwell of the Philippines, received his degrees in philosophy and t h e o l o g y a t Passionist Seminaries in New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut, and his master's in sociology from Clark University. He has written for various religious publications. The Family Life Committee of St. Leo's Parish, which is sponsoring this event, comprises Mr. and Mrs David W Manktelow, /Mr. and Mrs Joseph F. LeDuc. and Mr. and Mrs. Michael R. Wooley. Alumni Plans Outing June~2 LUNENBURG -- Representatives from 20 different classes attended the Association held in the library at Lunenburg High School, The group voted to continue the organization and to hold the annual reunion in the form of an outing to be held on Saturday, June 2. Members of the committee will be Prudence Penniman, Robert Ebersole, Jane Sheehan, James Cournoyer, Barry Tikka, and Alumni officers Margaret P. Harley, Howard F. Brock, Norma Wasile and Barbara Faulkner. It was agreed to raise the amount of dues, with the increase to be used to benefit the scholarship fund. Named to the scholarship committee were Warren ward, Scott Curtis and Marion P. Walsh. The group expressed a desire to continue the holding of the annual alumni basketball game, and had several suggestions for improvement that will' be implemented next year. Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Saturday, April 15th, the 106th day of 1972. There are 260 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history:. dent Abraham Lincoln died in a Washington boarding house where he was taken after being shot .the night before at Ford's Theater. ' ; ' . On this date: ' l 'In 1850, San Francisco was incorporated as a city. In 1923, insulin, which had been discovered by Dr. Frederick Banting of Toronto, Ont., was made available for general use.' In 1940, during World War II, British arid French troops landed on the coast of Norway. In 1942, Japanese artillery blasted American positions on Corregidor in the Philippines. In 1959, Cuban Premier Fidel Castro arrived in Washington to begin a goodwill tour of the United States. Ten years ago: Nine American universities joined !wlth -the U.S. : government to develop : an institute of technology In Indja. Five years ago: A Jury in Chicago foun'd Richard Speck guilty in the slaying of. eight student nurses in July 1968; . · One year ago: The government In Ceylon charged that North Korean diplomats were aiding leftist guerrillas and ordered them out of the country. Today's birthdays: Artlsi Thomas Hart Benton Is 8! years old. The former president of the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, A. Philip Randolph, is 83. ^^^^^^l^:'''tlj|^^^^^^^^^^^^IHj)^^l||^^l Winterset Rehearsal lower level of the Thunderblrd Wile," through (heir paces. Rlh Room, puts cast of Cast members are, from left, opening production, "Take My Hocco Plccolomlnl, Franclne Council Calendar CITY COUNCLI CALENDAR TUESDAY, APRIL 18, 1972 The Council Meets at 7:30 o'clock P.M. I. REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON RECORDS II. COMMUNICATIONS FROM HIS HONOR THE MAYOR III. COMMUNICATIONS AND REPORTS FROM HF.ADS OF DEPARTMENTS Annual Report of Registrar of Graves for the year 1971. HEARINGS FGELCo for permission to construct, use and maintain an underground line for transmission of electricity, etc. in Rollstone St. about 32 ft. southwesterly from Main St., Line. IV. PETITIONS NETTCo FGELCo for pole relocation on Milk Street south of Charles Street. Councillor John J. Naylor for i g h t s at Goodrich- St. Playground Basketball Court. (Park Dept.) Councillor Emile J. Goguen to enforce the ordinance on littering both public and private property, etc. (Public Safety Committee) C o u n c i l l o r s Hamilton t Goguen to establish permanenl traffic island at intersection of Wallace Road and River Street. (Public Safety Committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton, Jr. to correct water condition at Goddard St. caused by spring water run-off. (Public Works Committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton, Jr. to Install two street lights on State Highway at Mon- tachusett Vocational Technical School area. (Public Works committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton, Jr. to increase candlepower at 73 Cascade Street. (Public Works Committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton, Pole No. 95 at 1020 Westminster Hill Rd. (Public Works Committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton, Jr. to extend stor m anc sanitary lines from existing line to the end of Michael St. (Public Works Committee) Councillor Allen J. Hamilton. Jr. to extend storm and sanitary lines from existing line to the end of Southwick Street. (Public Works Committee) C o u n c i l l o r Ellen M. DiGeronimo for Street Light Maplecrest Ave., Pole No. 1723J. (Public Works Committee) V. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES CLAIMS- COMMITTEE: Ernest J. Cormier, 491 Oak Hill Rd. for damages to car. (Be granted) ORDER( Pay the sum o f $196.05' to Ernest J. Cormier charge Damage to Persons and Property. Ernest R. Marino, 44 Stuart Ave., Leominster for damages to car. (Be granted) ORDER: Pay the sum of $176.90 to Ernest R. Marino charge Damage to Persons and Property. Barbara Seward, 47 Maryland Ave. for damages to car. (Be granted) $58.24 ' to Barbara Seward charge Damage to Persons and Property. . Robert H. Jones, 202 Charles St. for damages to car. (Be granted) ORDER:, Pay the sum of $71.93 to Robert H. Jones charge. Damage to Persons and Property. Mrs. Raymond Atkinson, 49 Pleasant St., Lunenburg for damages to car. (Be granted) ORDER: Pay the sum of $158. to Mrs. Raymond Atkinson charge Damage to Persons and Property. · ' · · . ' . . · Paul F. Walsh, 11 Morris St. [or damages to car. (Be given leave to withdraw) Hazel M. Thomson, 108 Prlchard St. for damages to personal property and personal Injury. (Be given leave to withdraw) Counc. John J. NayJor for R i c h a r d Freedrhan, 200 Columbus St. for damages to car. (Be given leave to withdraw) ; · · ' ' · ' Vito Cutrona, 7 Blals Ct. for reimbursement o f towing charges. (Be given leave to withdraw) J. Camille Thlbodeau, 86 Nashua St. for personal injury. (Be given leave to withdraw) Kathy Kcavcny, 112 Abbott Ave. for damages to car. (Be given leave to withdraw) Yvonne M. Wright, 15 Roche' Ave,, Leominster for damages car. (Be given leave to with- raw) Attv. Philip J. Murphv for orothv Mullahy. 149 Myrtle ve. for personal injury. (Be ven leave to withdraw) Ernest Ruyffelaert. 99 Bel Air ts., Leominster for damage to ar. (Be given leave to with- Carl R. Jess. 399 Cathy St. r damages. (Be given leave withdraw) LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE: Councillor Emile J. Goguen to e vew Dog Ordinance of the eneral Ordinances of Filch- urg. (B egranted as amended) Daniel Giacommozzi to in- rease present membership of o a r d of License Com- issioners from three to five embers. (Be given leave to ithdraw) Golden Age Club to control he rising cost of taxicab fares. Be placed on file) PARK DEPARTMENT: Councillor John B. Chittick for ghts for Tennis Courts at Lowe layground. (Be given leave to withdraw) PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE: Councillor Emile J. Goguen to nvestigate traffic hazards at ntersection of Clarendon St. ·"ranklin Road and Electric Ave. (Be granted) Councillor Emile J. Goguen nd John Devens to change larking meters on Daniels St rom Kimball St. to Cleghorn St. from 1 hr. to 10 hr. (Be tven leave to withdraw) Donald J. Sullivan to install raffic Speed Limit signs on Wanoosnoc Rd. (Be granted) Councillor Anthony Nigro to onstruct. Traffic Island at in- ersection of Bemis and Falulah loads. (Be given leave to with raw) WAGE, ARBITRATION CLASSIFICATION COMMITTEE: AN ORDINANCE: Amending Chapter 2A, Section 5 of th General Ordinances of the City f Fitchburg. (Public Healtl Nurse) (Be adopted) VI. MOTIONS, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS O R D E R : Establishing a ituminous Concrete Sidewalk APPLES MARSHALL FARM, INC. 340 MARSHALL RD., FITCHBURG Weekday! 8 - 4:30 . Saturday! 8 - noon CLOSED SUNDAYS · I Casavsa, Elsie Adams, and Anne Courtney. Wlnterset miens on April 23. (Sentinel Puolo by Boh Jolltmore) at 16 18 Wachusett Street. ON THE TABLE O R D E R - CITY OF FITCHBURG WASTK.WATER TREATMENT FACILITIES LOAN, ACT OF 1969 -- $17,500,000. NEXT REGULAR MEETING TUESDAY. MAY 2. 1972 Seedlings Due On April 21 SHIRLEY - Miss Harriet Lyon, chairman of the Conservation Commission, reports the seedlings ordered from the commission in March will be delivered to the town Friday, April 21. and will be distributed on Saturday. April 22, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon at the Municipal Building. In addition, the Conservation Commission will have additional seedlings, which can be purchased for those desiring more seedlings. These will be sold in lots of 25 at the prices previously advertised. TRUE c r, M · Kltchin Cgblnili, Rolioniblr OLAVI SELIN 119 Frinklln St., fltchburg, MIH. TEL. 342.4847 ; NOT THE LARGEST STORE IN TOWN . BUT THE BEST VALUES IN TOWNI BELLIVEAU FURN. CO. 63 Fairmount St., Fltchburg Open ThiiM. Frl. 'til 9 p.m. I YOl/GET YOUR ^BEST TIRE BUY SUMMER WINTER MONTUORI'S FEATURING DUNLOP AND PIRELLI SHOP OUR PRICES AND BE CONVINCED MONTUORI OIL CORP. i L ^ _ "** - . - Iv^^PPp^^^K 'i$!JL W* CT .Joseph Pandisclo; Jr. . 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