The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on July 13, 1963 · Page 6
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The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts · Page 6

North Adams, Massachusetts
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Saturday, July 13, 1963
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Office: Center Sfr««t Adams News Section Dial 743-1700 — 743-1701 SIX THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 13, 1963 Democrats Support John J. Gallivan For Tramway Post The Democratic Town Comtnit- lec, meeting lust night in the Tumi Hall, unanimously approved .Mipport of the recommendation of t!ir Citizens' Tramway Committee to Gov. Enrlicott Peabody Hint he :i|>]ioint John J. Gallivnn of Adams to the Mount Grej'lock Tnim- \V:iy Authority. Chairman Alex J, Strzepek, who pro.sKlcd at the otherwise routine meeting, made the announcement c[ Ihe committee's recommendation and support this morning. The next meeting of the Demon-its will he Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. ill Ihe Town Hall. Missioner to Speak : Parishioners of St. Thomas' Church will he addressed by the Rev. Sylvio Gilbert, MM, at all Masses tomorrow morning. Fr. Gilbert will speak in behalf of the Maryknoll Mission Fields. Adams Red Workers Serve At VA Hospital Volunteers from Adams Branch of the Ked Cross served frank- furls, punch and cookies to 25 patients of the Veterans' Administration Hospital, Northampton, Wednesday. The affair was one of a series known as "Take a Break Par- lies," Red Cross sponsored. Entertainment was provided by Red Cross Gray Ladies of Franklin County. The Adams group consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hisatti and their (laughter, Cynthia. Agreement in Suit A $15,000 suit brought by the Arnold Lumber Co. against Robert A. Smith of Dalton was re ported yesterday to have been settled out of court with an agreement for neither party. The lumber firm asserted it was owed $13,7B8 for labor and materials used in building one structure in Daltou and repairing another. Cross Hospital Board Calls for Bid On Invitation for Bids The Tru.taes of ih« W. B. Plunketl Memorial Hoip.ral of Adams, Massachusetts irwIJei sealed bidi for the purchase «rtcf in if dilation of boilers, and other heating equipment and accei* soriei io be installed in the hospital according to specifications which may b» obtained from fhe Admin'straior of the hospiial at hii office during business hour! ort Ecfmund Strefif in Adams, Mass, Alf bldi must be In wriimg and ie*led in an envelope c*p- tloned "W. B. Plunkelt Memorial Hospital Heafing Equipment Bid." All bidders mutt show evidence of adequate workmen's compensation, and public IfabilHy coverage and product's liability insurance. Bidden are requested fo lubmit their bids at the Administrator's Office on or before 5 P. M., July 29, I?o3- at which find they shall be publicly opened and t»ad. The Trustees hereby reserve the right to reject any or all bids not deemed fo be in the best interest of the hospital or the inhabitants of the Town of Adami. W. B. PLUNKETT MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Trustees: Walter Lertnorv Edsvard Arnold William Shaw William Hoffman Leonard Turgeon My]«s Schwarh Benedict Polalc Boiler, Accessories Sealed bids were called for today by trustees of Ihe W. B. Flunfcelt Memorial Hospital for the purchase and installation of new boiler, other heating equipment and accessories at Ihe lospilal plant. The bids are to be submitted at the office of Hospital Admin- stralor Woodrow W. Cummings by 5 p.m., July 29, when they will he publicly opened and read. Specifications governing the bidding are available at the administrator's office. An advertisement regarding the bids appears in today's Transcript. Had $13,440 Estate Nicholas Klein of Adams had -eal estate worth $13,440.25, according to an inventory filed yesterday in Probate Court at Fills- "ield. Town Calendar . Tonight ST. MICHAEL'S SOCIETY whist party, 8 p.m., downstairs in Summer Street Hall. Table and special prizes. Tomorrow ST. MICHAEL'S SOCIETY, (lues collection, Sunday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Summer Street Hall. No meetings in July and August. ST. THOMAS' CHURCH, Communion day (or the Holy Name Society, men of the parish and liigh school boys. ANNUAL CLAMBAKE, Adams Aerie of Eagles, starts 11 a.m. at Stanley Dziok's Camp in Cheshire. DURNETTE - BEDNARZ VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS directors to meet at 11 a.m., post home. MOUNTAIN CLUB, 75th anniversary picnic for members and friend, 1 p.m., club property, 6 An thony St. Prizes. EXPLORER POST 5G will meet at 1 p.m. nt the post's camping site at Windsor Pond. Plans to be made for a swimming party. Coming Events GOLDEN AGE Club, public whist party. Monday, 2 p.m., American Legion Home. PIXIE Says . . . "There Is a different* in ALADCO'S 'Gentle Touch' professional laundering." Why Not See For Yourself And Give Yourself More Time With Your Family And More Time for Carefree Summer Living. TELEPHONE NOW Pilhfield 442-5252 Mini 743-050S Laundering . . . Dry Cleaning Rug cleaning . . . Storage Fur Cleaning Diaper Service "Thruout Berkinlra County" Playgrounds Drew More This Week The playgrounds had a total a tendance of 2,819 youngsters dur ing (lie week ended yesterday, o 605 more than attended durin Ihe first week of the currei season. Playgrounds Director Edwar P. Whalen announced' today tha this increased schedule represen ed a full five-day week as com pared to a four-day week las week because of the Indepeudenc Day holiday. Tlic playground programs a traded 549 more boys than gir with 1,684 of the former register ed as compared (o 1,135 girls. Top honors went to Russell Fiel for attendance. That field ha 90!!. Next in line was North Sum mer Street Field with 757, Ren frew with 713, and Bowe with Scheduled activities Monday ar as follows: Baseball games be twcen the Yankees and Red So at North Summer Street Fie! and between the North Sumnie Street hoys and the Bowe Fieli boys at 2 p. m, at Bowe Field. At Russell Field, the Brave will play the Giants and Ihe San Soks will compete with the Crys lal Creamery team. A table ten uis tournament will also begin for the older boys group. Columbia St. 1 Family Duplex, 2 Car Garage I 5-Roocn and I 6-Room Apl. Separate Oil Furnaces Interior Recently Decorated Convenfenffy Located Interested? CALL LINO E. PEANTONI Lie. Broker Adams 743-3994 Union Service Tomorrow Features Dialogue Sermon Featuring a dialogue sermon between the pastors of the First Congregational and Trinity Methodist Churches, the second of the summer series of Protestant Churches Union worship services held at 10 tomorrow at the First Baptist will be morning Church. The Rev. Henry G, Cooper and the Rev. Robert will use the topic W. Sansoucie 'The Christian Dialogue Between Roman Catholics and Protestants." Mr. San- Briefly Told Mr. and Mrs. Wallace V. Whitman of 11 Crandall St. i went lo Hockland early this morning lo their summer home, where they will spend one week on vacation. The Whilmans have been making this animal trip for more than 50 years. * * * Joanne and Allan Kosiha of 39 Crotteau St. will appear on television station AVBZ, Channel 4 tomorrow evening between 6 and (5:30 in the quarter finals of the Community Opticians Show, Allan on tiie marimba and Jo- nnne on the xylophone. * * * Peter Cicchelli, formerly of Ad ams, a teacher in Framingham High School, and son of Joseph soucie, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, who has been a member of the Roman Catholic Church, will be questioned by Mr. Cooper. "The hope is to continue on a local level the same devotion for our common cause of Christ so beautifully expressed by the late Pope John XXIII," Mr. Coo- _ , per and Mr. Sansoucie said lodaylVjermdniO PlCfllC Cicchelti of 37C Columbia St., sailed Thursday aboard Ihe USS Independence from New York City for a six-week tour of Europe, where he will visit seven countries and their major cities. He was born in Adams and is a graduate of Adams Memorial High School. in announcing their topic. The service is open to the public and the two ministers will be glad to attempt to answer any questions raised in the course of the service, they said. A baby-sitting service is also to be provided during the worship service to allow families with young children to attend. The music program, provided by the host church, will feature :hoir selections directed by Walter S. Vogt with Mrs. Nelson H. Bond at the organ. The choir's anthem will be "Always Jesus" by Martin. Mrs. Bond will play "Reflections 11 by Hughes for a recessional, "Supplication" by Clarke at the offer- .ory, and Bell's "Recessional March" for a postlude. To Plan Activifies Gcrmania Lodge No. 2, ODHS, will further plans for .other coining activities at its picnic meeting for members and friends tomorrow afternoon at 2 at the Wenzel Farm on East Road. Members will furnish prizes for a program of games. Committee members for the affair are Mrs. Arnold Frese, Mrs. Paul J. Exner, Mrs. ElrickGaines, Mrs. Christine Lang, Mrs. Clement AH, and Mrs. Joseph Filerius. Kissels Join Hawaii Tour For (lie first time in 22 years, John Kissel of 7 Randall St., proprietor of a dry goods store at fll Summer Street, is going to have a real two-week vacation and he s going lo spend most of it in Hawaii. Mr. Kissel, his brother, Bruno, proprietor of Kissel's Package Store nl 85 Summer St., and sister-in-law, Mrs. Bruno Kissell of 23 Summer SI., are going along on the general Electric-sponsored tour thai left Schenectady, N. Y., i morning on the -way to San Francisco and Honolulu. Tonight anil tomorrow, while the rest of the group tours spots of m terest in San Francisco, John Kis sel will spend lime with his son-in 'aw niul daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peterson and family, who reside in that city. For the rest of the trip, he will- he with the GE group for its formal tour. The return trip to Adams will originate from Las Vegas, Nev., on July 27. Marriages Today Miss Donna M. Dixon, Leonard St., nnd Richard E. Ceilings, 34 Walnut St., It a.m., St. Thomas' Church. Miss Carole J. Solomon, 12 Bellevue Ave., and Reinhold M. Ott. 17 D St., 10 a.m., St. Thomas' Church. Miss Elizabeth A. Swiatek, 34 •rottcnu St., and James F. Gormely Jr., 11 Pine St., Pitts- 'ield. 10 a.m., St. Stanislaus Host- ca Church. In the Hospital Edwilda Gazaille of 9 Allen St., was admitted yesterday morning o W .B. Plunkelt Memorial Hos- >ital for treatment. Will Allowed The will of Harry V. Higliam of Adams, allowed yesterday in Probate Court at PHIsficld, left his $15,OflO estate to Jessie McBride of Adams. Maziarz Inventory Inventory of (he estate of John A. Maziarz of Adnms, filed yesterday in Probate Court, listed personal properly worth $20,329.09. Fresh - Picked Strawberries And Sweet Peas Horn's Stand Open 9 A. M.-10P. M. 1J1 Grove Street PECKER'S CLEANERS & DYERS, Inc. SPECIAL 2 Skirts or Sweaters Cleaned at Regular Price THIRD ONE FREE Mix Them Up For the Best Dial 743-0780 And We'll Do tha Rest. 1,000 T.V. STAMPS Given Weekly to a Lucky Customer Last Week's Winner: Anthony Kuia, Adami Cheshire delivery Tuesday and Friday North Adams Daily DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE Your chance to build in a new development. ~ff Gfendaie Ave. •^ Mountain View Ave. £ Highland Ave. (1 only! Utilities now being installed JOS. B. DEAN West Rd. 743-0671 Convemmt Admm ShoppiX eople eople TO EVELYN'S! PIZZAS • GRINDERS • SANDWICHES GOOD FOOD EVELYN'S SNACK BAR 171 Grove St. 743-2396 For the Time of Your Life . . Have a Back-Yard Cook-Out! ...And Gel Your CHARCOAL CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES AT STANLEY'S! 5 Ib., 10 Ib., 20 Ib., Bags • ASK ABOUT OUR • PATIO PLANS! STANLEY'S LUMBER, HARDWARE 20 North Summer Street TEL. 743-0831 FOR ALL! • Legal Beverages • Swimming • Camping and Picnic Ar«a Red's Hide-A way Route 116 — River Rd., Savoy PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Dial 743-1565 No job Si foo complicated for ui. Our work it »xp«rf, prompl and courteous. Albert DeEisle &Co. 3 Deaa St. 743-15*5 Reg. No. 5285 ... WHEN YOU BUY NOW! OUR SUMMER PRICES NOW IN EFFECT! Call J. E. Arnold for Best Heating Coil at Low Summer Prices! JOHN E. ARNOLD COAL - FUEL OILS • CEMENT 40 Spring St. Dial 743-0157 COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE Through AETNA «nd FRANK SA. LU5ZKA! Your aiiufanco of personal service! F. J. GALUSZKA INSURANCE AGENCY 57 SUMMER ST. DIAL 743-1391 You'll Hardly Be Able to Believe Your Own Eyes! V/8 work wonden in making evon badly toiled and stained garments look new. Closed Week July 22-Jufy 27 Reopen July 29 ounie's leaning Service Richmond Lane—743-1496 kUmtMf of N.T.O Since 1947 Want to Repair or Remodel Your Home? Ask About Our Low-Cost Home Improvement Loans. . m ~™ ___ "•*"''' \ TRUST /: ! ; /COMPANY COUNTY—WIDE- BANKING-WISE ADAMS • ALLENDALE • NORTH ADAMS • PITTSFIELD • STOCKBRIDGE PXambir FecferAl Deposit Insurance Corporation f\eaclu lo 56 SUMMER STREET 6erve uoa... We'll b* open Monday—Ready to care for all your beauty needs! Call for appointment! BEAUTY SALON DIAL 743-0337 ^ You Get * Double Stamps WITH ALL SUMMER FILL-UP ORDERS OF COAL CALLUS NOW! Adams Coal Association, Inc. 61 Columbia Street , HOWARD r . JonnsonJ LUNCHEON, DINNER, COCKTAILS. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AIR-CONDITIONED ROUTE 2, WILLIAMSTOWN PARK STREET THIK-8UTT, WALL MASTER ALUMINUM Your bell bal if you wanl to improve your ho mo'i rtppnarance! Look Around . . . you'Jf i«« marry of our expe/fly completed tiding jobs] • Wide Range of Colors • Long-Lasfing Beauty CALL FOR ESTIMATES C. W. Window 72 Orchard St. 743-3970 WINDOW LJiUH Make your horns I I cooler wiffi a ifurdy window fan! • Wide Size Range • Pricei Reasonable Paradis Electric 13 Columbia St. Dial 743-0963 Custom Made SEAT COVERS Fitted to your car to guarantac perfect flf! Wide choice of palterni and colon. CONVERTIBLE TOPS DEAN'S AUTO DEAN ST. UPHOLSTERY 743-0539 AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS Bring your rransmiision {roubles fo M«l & Bill's . . • Expirl repair, r«aionabl« prices! Cloiad Saturday a? Noon MEL & BILL'S PLEASANT STREET GARAGE 2 flxmnt St. Dial 743.2060 TYDOL Heating Oils ^^F*^ WE GIVE Bee OF EXTRA COST FUELTANKS To Our Customers Call About Details! OIL DRUMS, TOOI BOWE OIL, Inc A Dcpmdobk Secret ef Supply 99 Howkmd Av«. 743-OS4S Ralph C. Tow»r, Mabtl Tower, Props. : ORANGE SQUEEZE.' Choose from over 20 dellciout flavors ... At Super Markets or Neighborhood Stores. BUY A 6-PACK! ORANGE SQUEEZE BOTTLING COMPANY 190 Rowland Av«. Did 743-1410 SAVE MONEY ON YOUR OIL HEAT! $jj>, flfl/743-0114 --/ Cheshire-Adams Oil Co. MAIN ST., CHESHIRE for quick delivery or HEATING OIL • cuts filter and no-alt dogging up to 84%1 « greatly reduces service call expense] > burns hotter and clraner! \SPECIALISTS ^ I I ^ SADLOW AUTO BODY SHOP DEAN STREET DIAL 743-3222 f - by w FILIERE'S Whatever th* occasion— Flowtrs by Filiere'i will jidd to much! Of court* • W«dding« • For SSuMn • Funtrtls • Gilt Occasions FILIERE'S FLORIST Mr. end Mrt. Walltr Grande. Propi. 146 Bellovu* Ave., 743-0605

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