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TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 9, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT PIVE s S«'«'Oii«I Williams Awarded $3,000 For Alumni Support Work Williams College received a $3,-1 The $3,000 prize given Williams 000 award today for "distinguish- was one of awards totaling $38,000 ed achievement In the development of alumni support." It wns adjudged winner of R second prize of lhal amount in the grand awards competition of the American Alumni Council. Tops for Men's Colleges Williams was first adjudged tops among men's colleges for performance in the development of alumni support and then was rated second among all institutions, universities and large and small colleges of all types, in the same category. First grand award prize in that category went to Dartmoutli College. A in h erst received honorable mention in the sustained performance category in the judging of men's colleges. Deerfielcl Academy took first place for sustained performance among independent secondary schools. made by I he American Alumni Council at ils 50th anniversary meeting in Atlantic City, N.J. today. Major emphasis in the judging was placed on the number of dol- ars raised through the annual fund and all other alumni channels. Also evaluated were the number of contributors, the level of giving, the purposes for which the funds were raised, and evidence of a deliberate effort to sustain all types of alumni giving at. a high level. The American Alumni Council, which makes the awards, has more than 1,100 institutional Facts To Buy By! By Peter Tomcialc Should I Buy Early American Rock Maple Furniture? Melt sunshine and sand, and; autumn leaves' into honey,*/* 1 smooth m i x-' lure and you'd ' get something ' like the del i g h t f u 1 color and finish of maple . . . Rock Maple, as staunch and sturdy as the New Eng- lauders who first relied upon it for so many important uses. Resistant to dents, accustomed to hard service, responsive to a little kind treatment, maple is your practical companion over the years, sunny and true blue, not to be beat. Beautifully finished maple can be lovely. Natural maple is never a show-off. N r o two ways about it, the color of good maple at its best is lovely to live with, and to decorate with. Of course you mustn't confuse this honey-maple with the sickly-green stuff you sometimes see at bargain prices, There's a place for maple in every room of the house. Sturdy, dependable maple is always found in homes where there" is lots of living. Through our experience and determined shopping we at Stevens found a line of maple right here in the New England area - yes, Sprague & Carleton of Keene, New Hampshire. America's most beautiful maple displayed in its entirety right in our showrooms at Stevens. Please come in and see the whole exciting collection. And remember our highly experienced decorators, always on hand to suggest and help at no charge to you at Stevens, Allcndale Shopping Center, PitUIield. Open Wed., Thurs., Fri. 'til 9 p. m. Free parking for 1200 cars. members, and provides services chiefly in the ureas of alumni relations and publications, educational fund raising and develop, menl. John P. English, secretary of the Williams College Society of Alumni and executive secretary of the Alumni Fund, received the award on behalf of the college at Ihe awards dinner in Atlantic City. The Williams Alumni Fund drive went over the top again last year for the ISfli consecutive year with .. total of $377,500, in a drive for j 5375,000, which was $25,000 higher 'than the goal of (he preceding year. Last year 5,604 alumni contributed a record amount ol $312,400, representing 54 per cent of the alumni. Two-State Search On for Missing Mother, 2 Children A 34-year-old Barlow Ave. mother, missing since last Tuesday with her two small children became the object of a two-state search yesterday when her husband reported her disappearance to local authorities. Betty Maynard, wife of Ray niond Maynard of 20 Barlow Ave., left with her car. all her !clothes, S500 cash, and both chil- 'dren's bank books, her husband told police. She has been under the care of a doctor, he added. The slim woman and her chil- jdren, Shawn, 6, and Michelle, !), I were last seen in Burnside, Conn., at her brother's home, Mr. Maynard said. j She went for a visit, police were ! told. but left soon after arrival, following an argument. Police relayed a description to all area departments and to Massachusetts State Police who dispatched notification to Connecticut officials by teletype. Personal Paragraphs Dr. I. L. Rosenthal of 103 Main St. has returned from Vineland, Ontario, Canada, where he attended a post graduate course •sponsored by the Canadian Po- jdiatry Assn. Ot one of the seminars Donald C. McDonald, leader of the new Democratic party of Ontario, explained the proposed Medicare plan which may be instituted throughout Canada in the ! future. CAP HONORS NAVY MAN — Senior Chief Petty Officer W. E. Talbert, soon to be transferred after three years' service as Navy recruiter here, is shown with Albert Perreault, left, and Fred Girouard at party given him last night by NoHh Berkshire Civil Air Patrol Squadron in appreciation of help he has given CAP. You'll Find the Best of Everything at • Shoppers' Specials Fashion Center North Adams Reg. $1.35 pr. SEAMLESS STRETCH NYLONS 87 c • All New Shades • Sizes 8/j to I I• Long Wearing Hosiery: Lurle's Main Floor Cool and Crispy Fresh PAT PERKINS Luxury Cotton DRESSES 5 99 ' Choose From Many Styl.i 1 Every Wanted Size ' LittU or No Care Daytime Dresses: Lurie's Main Floor New Arrivals Regular $2.99 Exclusively Ouri, Janelle BLOUSES 99 • New Colors • Sizes 32 to 38 • Selection of Styles Blouses: Lurie's Main Floor Regular $1.00 Children's Bouffant Half SUPS 57' • While Quantities L«r • Rainbow of Colors • Sizes 4 to 6x, 8 to 14 Children's: Lurie's Lowtr Ltvtl SUN TIME CASUALS Children's . .. D*nim KNEE JEANS Sizes 7 to I 4 »nd Juniors 7 to M jf.99 Open Vow Lurlt'i CKorqt Account New- Shop Daily 'HI 5 P. M., Thursdays 'til 9 P. M, Chief Talbert Given Farewell By CAP Squadron Senior Chief Petty Officer W E. Talbert, U.S. Navy recruiting officer in this city for the past three years, was feted at a fare- v/ell dinner party last evening by members of the Northern Berk shire Civil Air Patrol Squadron The affair was held at the How ard Johnson Restaurant in Wil liamstown with JO members of the CAP and guests present. Chief Talbert concludes his tour of duty here next Monday and will leave for Norfolk, Va., where he has been assigned to duty aboard the aim-art carrier U.S.S. intrepid. Present at the dinner were Capt. Everett H. Miller, Capt. Earl King, Capt. and Mrs. Wilson Roberts, all of \Villiamstown, Lt. and Mrs. Albert Perrcnult, Lt. Fred Girouard, both of North Adams, Lt. Floyd Bennett, Lt. William Kirby, and Cadet Lt. Joan King of Williamstown. Greenfield Youth Killed in Squirrel Hunting Accident Frederick L. Yobst Jr., 15, of Greenfield, who went squirrel hunting with two 13-year-old companions yesterday, died late last night of a chest wound in Franklin County Public Hospital. Police, who questioned the Uvo hunting companions, whom they did not name, said they were informed that Yobst bad handed bis .22 caliber rifle to one of the pair and that the boy had walked around a tree to take aim. Immediately after he fired, Yobsf fell wounded, police said. Announcement of the cause of death awaits a medical examiner's autopsy. Brooke Rules Post Abolished by Plan BOSTON <AP) — The post ol personnel director was abolishet by the legislature in ils reorganization of the Commission on Ad ministration and Finance, Alty Gen. Edward W. Brooke has ruled. Brooke's official opinion yesterday said the job formerly held by Leonard A. Kelley was specifically left out in the reorganization. Kelley had protested when the reorganization went into effec several months ago and he was informed he had been dropped The shift of his office was delayed, however, pending the at' lorney general's ruling. Brooke also said Kelley himself failed to qualify either under Civil Service or under the Veterans Tenure Law. —Dr. John Martin out of town July f> to .11.—adv. 7,000 maatrn rooms Bath, Radio t TV Singta from $8.00 Doublet from Ml.SO Around Vermont New Move for Natural Gas Line BURLINGTON—A new move to establish a natural gas transmission firm in Vermont has been made. A three-man association known as Vermont Gas Systems Inc. petitioned the Public Service Board to operate a natural gas transmission facility from the United States and Canada. The association is made up of former Public Service Board legal counsel John A, Calhoun of Barre, Donald G. Martin of Montpolier, partner in a Burlington engineering firm, and William R. Carter, president of a pipeline construction firm in Fayetteville, Tcnn. A hearing on the petition will be held in Burlington Julv 23. * * * Village May Take Over Post Office BENNINGTON—Benninglon Village trustees are investigating (he possibility of buying the present Post Office building tot' use as a municipal building. The U. S. Post Office Department has taken options on Elm Street property a short distance from its present site at South and Union Streets and has announced plans to put up a new post office structure. * « * Suspended Term in Fatal Crash BENNINGTON—A 16-year-old Dauby. Vt., youth was given a four-to-six months suspended sentence in the House of Correction in Municipal Court here yesterday morning after pleading "no contest," to charges of careless and negligent driving with death resulting. Paul S. Jarvis was also fined §73.50, placed on probation until further notice, ordered to immediately surrender his driver's license mul denied ownership of an automobile until further order of the court. Judge George Fienberg said Jarvis was faced with "A situation with which he was not able to cope," when his auto on April 26, failed to negotiate a curve iu Manchester. Tile car was demolished and one or six teenage riders, Donald Kapusta, 13, of Danby, wns killed. None of the other passengers was seriously injured. The youths were returning to their homes after attending an afternoon baseball game i" Manchester when the accident occurred. Judge Fienberg said there was no evidence Jarvis had been excessively speeding, noted that he had no previous offenses of any kind, and had held a driver's license only one month before the accident. * * * Sentenced for Shooting Husband MONTPELIER Mrs. Laura Davis, 47, was sentenced yesterday to a -l-10-yeiir term in the Women's Reformatory on a charge of attempting to murder her husband. Judge John P. Connarn of Municipal Court handed down the sentence after rejecting her attorney's plea that she be placed on probation. Mrs. Davis was charged with shooting her husband, Wayne Davis, 52, on April 4 as he slept in Ibcir Middlesex home. He was bit in the right arm, which authorities said is still impaired. Mrs. Davis originally pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity but later changed her plea to guilty. Once you use NewDuPtfflt IUGIJE House Paint you'll never go back to "hard work"paints! Once you sea how Effortlessly new "Lticilc" House Paint flows on-how it dries in minutes—how easy it is to clean up with soap F' and water after painting, you'll never go back to oil base paints. And "Lucite" is incredibly durabto-dries to a rich flat finish without the temporary shine of old fashioned paints, Hides surface imperfections, masts rfudffnfc oacfc- ing, dirt and fftdingt HARDWARE * SUPPLY CO. DIAL MO 3-659i No Further Delay in Redistricting Plans, Massachusetts High Court Tells House 40 HOLDEN STREET BOSTON (AP)—The Massachii' setts Supreme Court has told Hie louse of Representatives, in ef- f ecl, to get on with ils rcdislricl- ing with no further delay. The Hoasc had asked (he high court If it could postpone its redistricting another three and one- mlf years—until 1%7. The court said "no," yc.sterday. Proposals Awaited Proposals for redistricting are sending in the 240-sent house. The state constitution says the House must be reapportioned following each decennial census, last held in 1955. The court said thai if the re- dislricling were delayed until 1967, the 1955 census would mean nothing because l;y then the 19G5 census would have been completed. The seven • member court said in its unanimous advisory opinion : "In belated recognition of the constitutional obligation, the leg- losing six of its 46 House seals. Essex County would lose one seat and Bristol County would gain three, Norfolk County would gain two seats and Barnstahle and Middlesex counties would each gain one. islature may not constitulionaliy provide its overdue action shall'* be still further delayed by defery ring compliance for three and | n (. Q Rotary Club Inducted one-half year.s additional." Atty. Gen. Edward W. Brooke and the state Superior Court had advised previously that the House's present apportionment "unconstitutional and void." Woulil Lose 6 Seals Suffolk County (including Bos- Inducted as a new member during the Rotary Club meeting yesterday in Ihe Hub Restaurant was Thomas C. McGarry, New England Telephone Co. manager in North Adams. Mr, McGarry was introduced by Sidney Feder and welcomed ton) would be most seroiusly af-lby Vice President George L. fected by the reapportiomneutjQuinn Jr, IWAUWPER FOR A WELL 1 DRESSED HOME! 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Controls bacteria. 67 1 Compare at 98c ANYWHERE Strictly First Quality, Ladies' Summer Shifts $1.47 All the latest styles in | sleeveless and short sleeve.' Sizes 10-18. As long as quantity last. 1 Compart at 1.79 Girls' Sleeveless Sundresses Strictly first quality. Fa- mous make. Guarante full cut, latest styles color combinations. Sizes 3 to 6x and 7 to 14. teed Q and 3) 1.47 • Compart • at 1.99 STRICTLY FIRST QUALITY Boys' Knit or Sport SHIRTS $1.37 K- ft Large variety in many styles, fabrics and patterns, Full cut. Sizes 618. Compare at 1.99 AS LONG AS QUANTITIES LAST Men's Knit or Sport SHIRTS Ivy. and rtg. col-Jfc T mV i lart in many color- • ful patterns. Full I Compar« cut. Sizes S, M, L. • at 2.59 AS LONG AS THEY LAST ZORIES (Sandals for the Whole Family) For Beach, Pool, Patio, Home. The Last Week at These Low, Low Prices. 1 AC Compart Toddlers 1 Children's Misses', Ladies 1 33 C Men's at 29e Compar* at 39e at 49e omp«r» at 59c

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