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TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 9, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT ELEVEN Adams News Lt. Bruce Kelly On New Duty In Caifornia After spending a 30-day leave wilh Ihcir parents in Adams and Pittsfield, 2nd Lt. Bruce J. Kelly| of the U. S. Air Force, Mrs. Kcl-' ]y, and their son, Brian Michael, are now at Hamilton Base, Calif., ADDITIONAL NEWS o{ interest to Adamt reader* it-ill be found in the Northern Herkthire Area New* Section on Page 2 of The Tramcript. «" White & Green , . . «'» the pleasing colors used in decorating the outside of this two-year old, 6 room Caps Cod home situated on upper ATger Street In Adams. A well designed home with a 20' kitchen with built-in ovon ^nd frtnge, I !/i baths, and 4 bedrooms. Situated on 'i of an acre of land, tjiij home also hai a/1 outstanding view. The price is $15,500 . . . *n excellent value. Taxei are $213. The sole reason this home ii available is became tne ownen art leaving thli section. Sign on Property. SawyerBoisvert.Realtor Adami 743-0034 FOR ALL YOUR * Healing * Tinning if Plumbing Dial 743-0419 NO JOB TOO SMALL OR TOO BIG! STOKERS—OIL, GAS, BURNERS BOILERS CLEANED AND SERVICED Ouelletlc Bros. Reg. No. 6325 Dial 743-0419 75 Pack St., Adams FOR FASTER SERVICE AT SANITARY BARBER SHOP NOW 4 BARBERS Every • Thursday • Friday • Saturday JOHN PRITZ Wrll Be Willi Ui Evory Weokend 'Til Further Notice! SANITARY BARBER SHOP 38 PARK ST. SET THIS FILLED RIGHT V! AWAY. ITS IMPORTANT ^ THAT YOU START TAKING IT IMMEDIATELY) S I'LL TAKE IT TO McKINlEY SQUARE PHARMACY DOCTOR. I CAN AlWANS RUY ON THEM K>» FAST, DEPENDABIE StRVItE FAST! DEPENDABLE! How well those words describe our pharmacy! You will find this to be (rue the next time you bring a prescription to us! Dial 743-0050 Lt. Kelly and Mrs. Kelly formerly resided at 15 Friend St. and have been at Geiger Field Spokane International Airport Spokane, Wash,, for the past year He was assigned to a pcrsonne position there. Lt. Kelly, so of Mr. and Mrs „,. , . James H. Kelly, of 44 Delancy Avc., Piltsfield, was graduated June 10 last year from the Uni vorsith of Massachusetts and com missioned that same day. He re ceived a bachelor of science degree in business administration, lira. Kelly is Ihe former Florence Malnszak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Matuszak of 16 Valley St. Town Calendar Tonight NOVENA DEVOTIONS in honor of Our Lady ot the Miraculous Mednl, 7:30 p.m., St. Thomas' Church. FOREST PARK COUNTRY CLUB, weekly golf instructions for Stamford Mrs. Eugene Sweet OXrww 4-1344 First of Two Pre-School Clinics Slated The first of two pre-sehool clinics will be held Friday morning at the Stamford School beginning at 10 a. m. The first will be for those whose last names begin with A through L, 'or any children who will not be able to nttcnri the second clinic, which will be held July 19. Dr. Harvey Bianco will be the attending physician, assisted by Miss Jeannie Sterley, R.N. Work ers will be Mrs. Carl Robare and Mrs. Eugene Sweet. Those needing transportation have been asked lo call Mrs. John Campbell Ends 6 Months Army Duty Tour Neil BeliEte, son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Belisle of Mill Rd., has received his discharge front the U.S. Army. He took his basic training at Ft. Dix, N. J., returning there after spending a two- week furlough at home in April after which he returned to Ft Dix for eight weeks advanced training. He was on a six-month tour of Army duty in conjunction with enlistment in the Vermont National Guard in Bennington. Auction captains from Stamford children, 8:30 a. m. PLANNING BOARD, 7 p.m., Town Hall. ST, JEAN THE BAPTIST SO- C1ETY 7:30 in the Cartier Club NdlUC rooms. Dues' will be collected to- p^ Auct j on "'ADAMS UNIT AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY, covered dish;for Ihe auction to be sponsored 'supper at 7, Legion Home. Busi-jin part by the Co-operative Km- ness session follows with report dergarlcn Group of Clarksburg bv Miss Joan Cliarboimcau on are Mrs. John Fabncms, Mrs. her week at Girls' State at I John Campbell. Mrs. Walter Burns Bridgcwater State College «i«l"|and Mrs. Jdi^nJVoodworth.^uy- unit sponsorship. ' ....... ~ """ " ' """ " COMPANY A, Second Battalion 110 Armor National Guard, weekly drill, 7:30 to 9:40, State Armory, Park St. MOUNTAI T N"CLUB, 6 Anthony ciie hist party, « p. one having items to donate for the auction may call any of the captains, it was announced. The funds obtained by the group from this combination auction will be used for added toilet fa- the Tri-Pillar Club n, a , Lunch to follow. Good Evening! Sidewalk repairs and street oil- ings going on every day, we see. Bob's Hill got a treatment yesterday and we note that while we were vacationing. Melrose Street got a new oil and stone surface as well. * * * And work is progressing on the new parking lot between the Bob's Hill road and the rear of the American Legion Home. The lot will serve visitors to the Legion and is; reached by climbing a ramp to a flat bulldozed level in the side of Bob's Hill. Slight chill in the air early this morning and not just a few early risers were complaining of the change. The flashing thermometer hadn't gotten over 55 up to 3 o'clock this morning. * * * School's out and the playgrounds are in full swing. And a couple of incidents yesterday reminded us that we had better remind you motorists that there are quite a few youngsters around and that their actions may be quite unpredictable. Briefly Told Mr. and Mrs. James Duprey of 17-B Tcmble St., co-owners of the J. and J. Taxi and Newsroom on IPark Street, and their children, are spending this week on vaca- I lion in the Duzzards Bay area of Cape Cod while their partners, I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haring are in charge of the store and taxi. The i Haring family will vacation next I week at Rangeley Lakes in Maine. * # * Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Racine of | Ifi Eim St. have returned after a visit with relatives in Pawlucket, R. I., and Lcominster. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peltigrew of Hulmeville, Pa., on their way home from a vacation at Alton Bay, N. II., were visitors yesterday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Hoye and family of 12 Melrose SI, Elks' RiJ-uol Tonight Members of Adams Lodge of Elks will meet at 7:15 lonight at Ihe Elks Home and go from the to the Hopkins Funeral Hon Williamstown, to conduct t ritnal [or the late Roy F. Bush Picnic Postponed Until Today Because of the inclemenl weather yesterday the Baptist Church picnic will take place at 3 p. m. today at Baker's picnic grounds with a covered dish supper to be served at 5 o'clock. Those attending have been asked to take a covered dish and silverware. Bruce Bona charge of games. will be in Church Meeting A quarterly business meeting will be held Wednesday night at 7:30 for members of Ihe Baptist Church at the church, Around Town A food sale sponsored by the Young People's Bible Club of the Baptist Church will be held Wednesday beginning at 1 p. m. at Ihe Central City Market in North Adams. Persono/s Mrs, C. S. Garland has return ed home to North Sinilhsfield, !D j r R. I., after spending a few days Ready TOr Reodftboro Mrs. J. Foster Colllu GArlield 3-5N8 Deerfield Glassine Plants Shut Down For Annual Overhau Annual Inspection of the Deer field Glassine plants is now In process. Both plants, the one i Monroe Bridge and the one in Augusta, Ga., have shut down fo a two-week overhaul and maintenance period. During the shut down, several new pieces equipment are bing installed a the local plant to update the me chanical end of the business, Ri chard Probst, president of th company said today. Most of the employes of boll plants are taking this time o shutdown for (heir annual vaca tions and some of the employe of the Augusta plant which open ed just over a year ago, are in this area visiting their forme: homes and relatives. This is normal procedure, sai< Mr. Probst. After resuming op erations around July 15, th plants will remain in full opera (ion, with machines running con slanlly day and night until the next annual shutdown. Fifty per cent of Ihe norma working force of some 200 em ployes of the local plant, are help the maintenance crew thL week wiih the inspection. Second Pratt-Pease Reunion Held Descendants of the late Henry and Ella Pease and Bura and Em ma Pratt, early settlers of Halifax met Sunday in West Norlhfield Mass., for a picnic. The Pratt-Pease reunion was started last year by a handful ol descendants. This second year o: meeting brought S3 relatives together, some coming from as far west as Illinois. Frank and Perley Ross attend ;d the reunion and reported the oldest at the gathering were Er in and Ethel Pease of North field, Mass, and the youngest was Dwight Wright, 6',i months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wright of Bunker Hill, III. Frank Ross was elected presi dent of the organization for the coming year. Girl Tears Heel In Bicycle Mishap Carol Gossclin, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Edgar Gosselin of Tun nel St., is reported recovering after a bicycle accident. Riding on the back of a friend's bicycle in Whitingham on the Fourth of July, she caught her heel in the spokes of the back wheel, tearing her foot. Mrs. Allen Eldred of Tunnel St. took her to North Adams Hos pital where seven stitches were needed to close the wound. Suffers Gashed Arm While at Work Richard Murdock of Tunnel St. returned to work yesterday after a mishap suffered at Deerfielc Glassine Co. on Friday, when his left arm was gashed on a rusty piece of metal. Eleven stitches were required to close the wound, Permanent Licenses —Dr. A. W. Burckel out of lo 1 July 12 thru Aug. II.—adv. NOTICE Adams Lodge of Elks Will Meet Tonight At Elks Home at 7:15 To Go fo Hopkins Funeral Home Williamstown To Conduct Ritual for Our Departed Brother ROY F. BUSH J. Gr.ilicd, {x»ll«d Ruler at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Ruebesam. Her sons, David and Fred, spent the holiday at the Ruebesam home, and returned home Friday. She was accompanied home Sunday night by her father, Robert Finncy, who will spend a few days with her. 1'itti-nai Mrs. George M. Rcnner 3-7350 Attend Meeting Mrs. Ralph M. Bishop and Mrs. George M. Homier attended the quarterly meeting of the Vcrmonl Stale Fire Fighters' Auxiliary in White River Junction on Sunday. The Auxiliary will hold its annual convention in conjunction with the men's organization at White River Junction Aug. 3-4. Around Town The Women's Auxiliary of the Pownal Fire Department wil meet tomorrow at 8 o'clock a (he Fire House, when Auxiliary participation in Ihe annual State Fire Fighters' Assn. Conventioi at White River Junction will be planned, All Auxiliary memhers have been urged to attend this meeting. Anyone 70 years and over n now purchase a permanent fishing license which will be valid foi the rest of their lives, Town Clerk Frank Ross announced today. Ap plication hlanks can be obtained from him. Around Town The Concord-Sanctuary Choir ol the Baptisl Church will rehearse lonight, beginning at 7 o'clock. * * * The South Readsboro Community Club will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the clubhouse. Mrs. Harry Lowe Jr. is in charge of the program for this month. Personals Sgt. Paul Tifft is al Camp Drum, N. Y,, with Ihe Vermont National Guard unils for two weeks of active duly, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Roy and Iheir two children have returned home from a week of camping at Orwell. Peter Roy was in Camp Sunrise with other members of Troop 47 while his family were n the family camp area at the Scout reservation. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barham lave returned to their home in Carver, Mass., after spending cw days al their home here. Mrs. Henry Burdick has returned home from Putnam Memorial iospital in Bennington, where she was undergoing treatment. Daniel F. Pralt is ill al his ionic on Mountain Road. Personofs Mr. and Mrs. Chester Rackey of Westport, Conn., are at their home, "Four Corners," on North Hill. Miss Rose Ella and Jcanette Gerard, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berard of South Hill, are spending this week wilh their grandmother, Mrs. Florence Ware, in Griswoldville, Mass. Thomas Maroni returned Sun. tiny to Hartford, Conn., where he is employed as an engineer for the State of Connecticut in the Highway Department. He spent the holiday weekend wilh his par- enls, Mr. and Mrs. John Maroni on Jarvis Hill. Callers at the home of Frank and Perley Ross and al the home of Mrs. Mary Wellman on Sunday were the Rev. Charles Ellis and Mrs. Ellis of Binghamton, N. Y. Mr. Ellis was formerly pastor of the local First Baptist Church from 1023 to 1928. Guests of Mrs. Josephine Cod- dard on Sunday were Mrs. Grace Walt and Mrs. Josephine Ballou, both of Bcnninglon, and Mrs. Goddard's nephew, Robert B. Dow and son, Scott, of San B«m»dino, Calif. Mrs, Alice Davis and her grind- daughter, Miss Pamela Meyers, >oth of Beimington, are spending his week wilh Mrs. Davis' parents and Miss Meyers great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. El- ncr Sprague on North Hill. Florida Mn. WlUred Swift MOhawk — S-Stll Bible Institute Grad to Work Year at College Miss Vera Mulletle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mullette of Tilda Hill Rd. a graduate ol the Prairie Bible Institute at Three Hills, Alberta, Canada, has returned there after a Iwo months vacation al her home. She will work at the college for a year. Her sister, Diane, has arrived home from Prarie Bible High School for the summer vacation, Miss Ruth Starratt of Clarks burg and Mrs, Eugene Mullette took Vera to Toronto, Canada, to entrain and at the same time Diane's train arrived so she re. turned home wilh them. Birthdays Robert Alexander Mrs. James Thayer Mrs. Clifford Thayer Jr. A trio of family birthdays v/m celebrated Sunday al a barbecue picnic at the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Leonard Alexander and family on Church Rd. The three not' ing their birthdays were Robert Alexander of town, Mrs. James Thayer of Lanesboro, and Mrs. Clifford Thayer Jr. of Readsboro, VI. Others attending the picnic were Mrs. Evelyn Burns and daughter, Debbie, of North Adams, James Thayer and family of Lanesboro, Clifford Thayer Jr. and family, Hollis Yorke of Readsboro, Vt., Rep. Edward Zelazo, Mrs. Zelazo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Canedy and son, Christopher, and Philip Alexander of town. There was an exchange of gifts among the celebrants. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burdick and son, Gordon, visited Mrs. Burdick's mother, Mrs. Frank LaFountain, in West Suffield, Conn., from Thursday, July 4 through Sunday. Clarksburg Mrs. S. Cushlng I.ane MOhawk 2-214} Bank Erosion On Hudson Brook Causes Concern The erosion of the banks of Hudson Brook near Daub's Bridge continues lo cause concern. Stale Rep. Edward S. Zelazo discussed the matter with the Selectmen Friday night and all four men went to view the sile. The banks of the brook were riprapped in places as part of a stream clearance project competed in 1958. Since then spaces Detween the riprapping have washed out. The situation was called to the attention of the Wa- erways Division of the Public Works Department in 1960 but las not yet been corrected. Mr. Zelazo stated he would try to see if something could be done. Around Town The auction planning commit tee will meet at 7:M p. m. tomorrow al the Tri-Pillar Club. Persons who have articles to contribute to the auction may leave hem at the clubhouse while the meeting is in session. Personals Mrs. Mary Bennett and her son, Francis, have returned from Mil- 'ord, Conn., where they visited ler daughter, Mrs. Margaret J HEV TREATED ;VEWWEU.IN £ HOSPITAL. ITS WNP OF NICE TO SET HOME U> tfXK OiON BED A6AW J BEETLE BAILY 7-7 il/ By Mort Walker MAYBE ArV P(S»IEM IS I PONT HAVE Ttte RIGHT IMAGE.' I SHOLJLP \OO< MORE A REAL POGO— By Wilt Kelly Off ISM. PUPt HE HAP HANDS Of Bv Chick Younj (DS\&NOCD~ THAT'S ( YOUR THIRD PiECE"' OF CHOCOLATE CREAM PIE UP IF sou keep H! (THAT up VOU'LL V, BE FAT AS A PIG NO i VJON'T; BECAUSE I LEAD AN ACTIVE LIFE AMD BURN OFF THE RAT r- ^ V\ (ft I TERRY— By George Wundx ™ JACKSON places of interest. Hancock Mrs. John C. Smith Jr. GLcnvlcw 8-3413 Director at Camp Mrs. Arthur Rodda is serving as director of Camp Sheridan, a day camp in Pitlsfield, for the iext two weeks. Mrs. Rodda is a rauale of North Adams State College, has taught at New Lebanon, N.Y., and serves as a substitute teacher in Hancock. SPCC Drive Opens Mrs. Harry Sharp, local chair- nan of the Massachusetts Society or the Prevention of Cruelty to Children, has announced that let- ers are being mailed this week 'or the fund drive. Personals Mrs. Robert Bolto and children lave returned home after spend- ng two weeks at the home of her Brents Mr. nnd Mrs, Richard Canto in Union City, N.J. Mr. and Mrs .Henry Shank and children spent Sunday at the Cat- kill Game Farm in Cairo, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Smith Jr. \nd children also spent Sunday here. Mr. and Mrs. Richard MacDon- Id and children were visitors at he home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle *athorp in Lanesboro Sunday light. North Poivnal Mn. George M. Renner 1-735* Around Town The cabinet of the First Con- regallonal Church of North Pow- ial will meet tonight at 8 o'clock n the church. Bucxy PUPLEX PAJWX ENCOUNTER ONE OF THE HAZAfOTS Of- A 'pooues' UFE-A FIRST CIAS SM AN. A GOOP ram, MISTED AH, PAKW: ONE SHOJiPNT EXPECT A W PDOLIETO ONPEffSIANP }~7/ - -^t- , BUT ONE POES EXPECT 5A\P\ POOtlE TO LEARN VERT FAST <*« THAT "PUU. IN VDUK RAPS'MEANS ATTENTION/ BRACE.'AM I SETTING I THKOUSH TO YOU, /WSIER TOAT'6 A ggACET I'M AFRAICJ AMSTEK WSg pARgy, you AMP i HAVE^OIIR: vvoKK^q CUT OUT DIXIE DUGAN — Out of th» Past By McEvoy and Stribel By Dick Brook) ANOHES OJITE HANOSOME HE'S THE BOAT N AMP QUITE COMFWY J YOUNG ! PRESIDENT'S SON / SO StXJ'D BETTETjN WE CJOUID COME CUT OFTEN ) BE -rOlll? SO YOU V.X3NT LOSE TOUCH Of?Wa_F X FROM WHAT JUNIOPSAYS GUf\OOS. J THAT COULO INCLUDE THE BOSS, SO DON'T GET TOO PROTECTIVE » NANCY— By Erni.Buihmill.r TRUDY Jerry Marcj I WONDER WHY THAT NEW BOY HAS BEEN CUTTING UP PAPER ALL MORNING 'Trudy, why don't w« g»( a baby-iitler jome night • nd watch $om« t«levi»ion?"

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