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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 13, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT NINE Cheshire Mrs. Stanley S. Twwlf — Adams 143-15M Charles Rand In Coast Guard Charles Rand, son of Mr. and Six Appointments Complete School Teaching-Staff The Cheshire School staff for the fall opening of school on Wednesday, Sept. 4, is complete, Dr. Joseph A. Wilk, superintendent of schools, announced today. Mrs. Sara Milner of Oslikosli, Wise., will teach the 5th grade class formerly taught by Miss Sheila Edsfoi'th. Mrs. Milner, whose husband is history professor nt North Adams State College, is a graduate of Ml. Holyoke College with a bachelor of arts degree and has nlso taken professional courses at Central Michigan University, Oshkosh State College, and Ferris State College, Big Rapids, Mich. She has had three years' teaching experience at Dale School, Oshkosh, and at Clovis-Grove School, Menasha, Wise. Mrs. Milner has also served as a manuscript reader for four years in the children's book department of the Macmillan Book Co. of New York. Science Teacher Ronald M. Dunham of Jaffrey 'Center, N.H., will replace Milton D, Sample as teacher of science in Grades 6, 7 and 8. Mr. Dunham was graduated from Gorham State Teachers College, Gorham, Maine, science in education degree in 1954, majoring in biology. He received a master of education degree from the University of Arizona in 1959. He also took courses at San Diego State College in California. Mr. Dunham has had six years' teaching experience obtained at East Boothbay, Maine; Union, Maine; Greenfield Junior High School, El Cajon, Calif.; and al Killredge School. Hinsdale. He is a member of Phi Delta Kappa, honorary education fraternity. Miss Catherine S. Walker of Brookline, formerly of Sydney, N.S., will leach mathematics in Grades 6, 7 and 8 replacing Albert E. Estes. Miss Walker, a graduate of St. Frajicis Xavier University, Antigonish. N.S., with bachelor of arts and bachelor of education degrees, has had three years' teaching experience, most recently in Grade 8 mathematics. Miss Judy Scott MacNeil of Revere, also a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University, with a bachelor of arts degree in history, will teach geography classes in Grades 6, 7 and 8. Miss MacNeil has had three years' teaching experience at both the elementary and junior high school levels. Mrs. Dorothy McDonald of Cheshire will serve as a temporary teacher in Grade 4 from Sept. 4 through Jan. 31,19W. She will then be succeeded by Mrs. Amy Graziani Leilch of Cheshire who will complete her degree program at North Adams State College at that time. These two teachers will replace Miss Walterina Maluda. Mrs. Charles A. Rand of West Mountain Rd., has joined the U. S. Coast Guard and is undergoing 12 weeks' training at Cape May, N. J. Mr. Rand was graduated from Adams Memorial High School in I960. He attended Bridgewaler Slate College and Berkshire Community College, Last summer he was a supervisor at the Cheshire playground. Joins GE Tour To Hawaii Miss Nan Tctlow, of West Mountain Rd. is a member of a General Electric sponsored tour leaving today (or a two-week vacation in Hawaii. She wilt arrive in San Francisco today and leave on Sunday for Hawaii to begin a nine- day tour of the Islands. On her return trip she will spend three days al Las Vegas, Nev., reluming home on July 27. Accident Case Of Local Woman Filed Charges of dangerous driving and driving without a license on a bachelor of her person against Joan A. Poplaski, 22, of Cheshire, were filed after she pleaded nolo in Pittsfield District Court yesterday. Likewise filed on a nolo plea was a dangerous driving charge against Belle M. Cacia, 51, of Piltsfield. The two women were involved in an accident July 1 just east of the State Police Barracks on D&1 ton Avenue, Pittsfieid. Jacksonville Mr.. Aljre* 8. Galct EMphrc Home Demonstration Group Plans Picnic The Home Demonstration Group plans the annual picnic for July 17 on Town Hill. Mem hers will be solicited by mail and their families invited to attend. Officers for the year are as follows: president, Mary Coombs; vice president, Leone Pospesil; secretary, Reila Havreluk; treasurer, leader, Elaine Aimee Bemis; clothing Louis* Twiss; Outcalt; health, foods, Mabel On Dean's List Mrs. Brian Grant, formerly Judith "Morin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Clifford Morin of School St., is on the dean's list at Central Missouri College al Warrensburg, Mo,, where she is a member of the senior class. Mrs. Grant also received an award from the department of speech and drama for her performance in the best one- act play presented during the past season, "The Sand Box," by Edward Albee. To Supply Pulpit The Pulpit of the First Baplisl Church will be filled for the next three weeks by Mrs. Patricia Kyer, a lay minister and member of the First Baplist Church of Pittefield. She is a graduate of Russell- Sage College and attended Berkshire Community College. She is superintendent of the Christian Center at her church in Pittsfield. f'ownal Mrs. George M. Rentier 3-7350 Daniel Grigalunas of Orange WcltST SuDDlV will serve as teacher of industrial! rr 7 arts and physical education. He T D- Skiff Off is a 195!) graduate of Fitchburg State College with a bachelor of science in educalion degree, majoring in industrial arts. During Ihe past year, Mr. Grigalunas was industrial arts instructor at Ihe Ralph C. Mahar Regional School in Orange. He aslo coached football on the junior high school level, Shower Patricia Folsey Miss Patricia Foisey of 4 Allen St., Adams, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. William Sample of Meadowview Drive. Mrs. William Sample Jr. also served as hostess. Miss Foisey will be married to Richard Sample on July 20. Missioner to Speak The Hev. Joseph Dean from the Glenmary Home Missionaries in Cincinnati, Ohio, will speak at all Masses Sunday at St. Mary's of the Assumption Church on behalf of the Poor Servants of God at St. Mary's Hospital in Norton, Va. St. Mary's Services Confessions at St. Mary's will be heard at 4 and 7 p.m. today. The Holy Name Society and men of the parish will receive Com munion at the 8 a. m. Mass Sun (lay. Personals Dr. C. H. Morgan of Hollywood Calif., is spending the month o July visiting his parents, Mr. anc Mrs. W. C. Morgan of Depot St. Henry W. Vogel underwent sur gery yesterday at Hillcrest Has pitnl in Pittsfield. For Time Sunday Green; home management Goldie Kingsley; Snd community service, Wilhelmina Allen. Around Town The Jacksonville Ladies Aid Society will meet at Municipal Center next Thursday afternoon »t 2 o'clock. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Donahue and three children, Rulh, Karen and Kevin, are spending a few nays at the home of Mrs. Donahue's grandoarents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Viols. Larry Brown, son of Mr, and Mrs. Ray Brown, has returned home after visiting for a few days at, the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown Sr. at Heath, Mass. Mrs. Lillian Benz and daughter, Robin, of Turners Falls, Mass., and Annette Brown of Heath, Mass., visited at the home of their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and family Tuesday. Terry Brown, who has been visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown and family at Rowe, Mass., has returned home. Nancy Coombs has returned home from a visit at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs, Eric Nye at Georgia, Vt. Chester Gould and son, Steven, Revere Mother, 2 Children Die In Tenement Fire REVERE, Mass. (AP) -A mother and her two children perished while huddled together car-j ly today as flames spread through a three-story tenement building near Revere Beach. Found dead in their second floor apartment at 495 Beach Street were Mrs.'Mildred Kepnes, 46, her daughter, Naomi, 7, and her son, Stephen, 11. Fire officials said the flames had cut off their escape. All three suffocated. None had been burned. Mrs. Kepnes' husband, Morris, was away at work at the time. Led to safety from their third floor apartment were Mr. and Mrs. James McNulty and their children, Thomas, Edward and Carole. Also rescued from the third floor were Mr. and Mrs, William R. Jennings. Deputy Fire Chief Ernest Charrier snatched Ihe one-year-old son of Mrs, John Tiek from his crib and carried him to safety while leading the mother through heavy Williamstown News Offict: 89 Spring St. T«l. GL 8-5307 St; John's Church Plans Stained Glass Window Dedication Two new stained glass windows I'M be dedicated following 10 o'clock services at St. John's Church tomorrow morning. The windows art the gifts of Mr. and Mrs. Earle O. Brown and George »nd Helena Windrow. They were executed by Charles J. Connick Associates of Boston who made a number of the other windows in the church. A single figure in each of the windows depicts an angel of praise with texts drawn from the opening verses ofj the 149th and 150th Psalms. The new glass work, mounted in lancet windows on eiiher side of the vestibule leading into the church, was installed early this week, floor apartment. Tiek is a sailor aboard the Navy's USS Wasp. At least 30 persons were driver out by the flames which threat 1 ened a long row o! houses along the street which runs from the beach to near Wonderland dog race track. The flames spread from 49J Beach Street lo a tenement house next door and also damaged a vacant three-decker residence on Shirley Avenue. The streets run parallel to each other with the houses back to back. Fire Chief Alfred Long said the fire started on a rear porch from a cause not yet determined. He es- »Escapes Injury In North Hoosac Road Accident of North Kingston, R.I., werejt'niated damage at $50,000. Wednesday visitors at the home Jennings said "I was pulling on of Mrs. Edith Reed. The Gould! my shoes-and that's all there family are former residents here and at one time owned and op- was time for. Suddenly the entire back of the house was in flames." crated Ihe hardware store now Four alarms were sounded to owned by Gerald Howalt. Mr.| bring help from eight communi- Gould is now sales manager ferities, the Rhode Island Moving service; at East Grenwich, R.I. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Horton and children, Vernon, Belty and Rose of Gageville have been callers on several local friends. Mrs. Horton is the former Patty Mandigo, who once lived here at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Fiejoo. Mr. and Mrs. Avery Shepard who were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Dary, have returned to their home at Worcester, Mass. Their son, Dwight remained here at the Dary home and will paint his parents' home tiere in Ihe village. Mrs. L, J. Dary, Mrs. Edith Cuboid, Mrs. Maude Russell and Mrs. Marie Allison were in Brat- lleboro on business Tuesday. False Tax Return Appeals Denied Springfield Trio BOSTON (AP) —Four Springfield area men, convicted of attempting lo evade income taxes by filing false returns, losl ap- yesterday in the U.S. Court Stamford Mrs. Eugene Sweet OXbow 4-1M4 Only 6 Children Attend Clinic The first of two pre-«chool Murray F. Lewis, proprietor of clinics was held Friday morning the Pownnl Water Co., has an- LI the Stamford School with only nounced the town water supply s j x children attending. The second will be shut off for several hours c ] inic wi n be held Friday, July _,» ,. .H-... '-- jj^ beginning at 10 a. rn. Dr. Harvey Bianco was the attending physicain, assisted by Miss Jeannie Sterley, R.N. Workers were Mrs. Carl Robarft and Mrs. Eugene Sweet. Baptist Services Summer Sunday School will be held Sunday morning at 11 o'clock at the Baptist Church. There will he Bible stories and songs and all boys and girls have been invited to allend. Music will be provided by the' Junior, Senior, and Intermediate Choirs. Sportsmen to Meet Last Showing Tonight of RoWt Taylor. Lili Pllrntr In W.It Diin.y'i "MIRACLE OF THE WHITE STALLIONS" «Fso J a clue GUaion in "PAPA'S DELICATE CONDITION" Sunday and Monday Roulind Run.H, Nittli. Wood "GYPSY" Alls W»ll Oiimy'l "WATER BIRDS" Sunday afternoon to allow for cleaning and repairs at the reservoir. Mr. Lewis said yesterday that water was in good supply at the local reservoir and there was no danger of shortage at this time. Pownal was nearly out of water last winter for several weeks: when Ihe reservoir was so nearly empty that users high on the mains were frequently out of water. The water returned to (he reservoir as unexpectedly as it disappeared and has been in good supply ever since. Savotf Mrs. Donald Vincent Z551 28 Past Tests In Sv/imClass Mrs. Lcroy Sherman of Windsor, Red Cross instructor, has announced that 28 of the 48 enrolled in the PTG-sponsored swimming classes at Maynard's Pool were successful in their classes. Beginner certificates and pins were awarded lo Richard Barlik of Savoy, and George Sears, Nicky Sturlevant, Marlene Drew, Robert Page, Janet Lecuyer, Phillis Arnold, Stephen Wood, William Wood, Stephen Bird, and Cheryle Hill of Windsor. Intermediate cer- Duga, Paul Bienick, William Demastrie, Robert Lagowski, and Ronald Lagowski of Savoy, and William Wood, Bernard Drew, Norene Tirrelle, and Billy Tir- relle of Windsor. Swimmer badges were awarded to Donald Lagowski, Susan Bienick, Linda Dydo- The Sportsmen's Club will meel stuff then greenery. of Appeals. The men, three brothers and R brother-in-law, were the officers and stockholders of the Slate Line Potato Chip Co., Inc., of North Wllbraham which did a reported business of $2',i million a year. They were convicted of filing false returns for one or more of the years 1955 through 1958, The brothers and their sentences are: Max Katz, 61, Longmeadow, four months and $40,000 fine for evasions tolaling $124,397; Abraham, 53, Longmeadow, two months and $20,000 fine for eva sions tolaling $42,411, and Samuel, 54, Springfield, a month and $10,000 fine, evasions of $8,542. The brother-in-law is Harry A. Katz, 55, who received a one month sentence and a $10,000 fine for evasions totaling $13,001. The men were convicted last December and released on personal recognizance by U.S. District Court Judge Charles E. Wy- zanski Jr. Four other indictments against Max Katz for evasion of company taxes are pending. Expanded Business CHICAGO (AP)—Two men who rented a shop adjoining a currency exchange on Ihe pretext of starting a florist shop turned out to be more interested in green Monday night at Ihe club properly. Members will report at 6 o'clock for a work bee, preceed- ing the meeting. Final plans for (he clambake to be held July 28 will be made. Merhodisr Service The Sunday morninfi services at Ihe Methodist Chu: Ihe month of July will and not at 8 as was previously reported. f'larkxburg Mrs. S. Cushlnf I.an* MOhavk 2-21U Around Town The two men, masked and armed, Ivoke through the wall and robbed the exchange of an estimated $40,000 Friday. Hancock Mrs. John C. Smith Jr. GLcnvIcw S-J4IJ r h h i d n ir| [ Willing Workers Meet be Held at Workers Society of will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the fire station for the first of a series of summer practice sessions. Personals Stanley Baker is convalescing at the home of his mother, Mrs. wicz, Valarie Bates, and Lance Mn T F. Baker al River Road, Kruliak of Savoy, and Sandra Tir-l'o' 10 *'"? surgery at North Adams relle, William Blake, and Allen' Hospital where he has been a patient for the past week. Mers Already Gone NEW YORK (AP)—A bij bass Wood of Windsor. Wins Color Contest Seven-year-old Lindu Gawle, drum with "Let's Go Met" paint- grand-daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. e d on the aide WM turned over Edson E. Andrews, has been [o the lost and found department named first-prize winner in the children's category of the Beachcomber coloring contest sponsored by the W. T, Grant stores of Northampton and Easthnmpton. Her award was n tricycle. of the Independent Subway tern Friday. It was found, apparently abandoned, on » subway train Thursday—Die day the Mcls lost Iheir 12th tlraight baseball game. LOCAL PRODUCT? Albert Bachand, manager of Spruces Mobilehoma Park, adjusts engine of prototype of vehicle h« wants to manufacture in Williams- A North Adams man escaped injury early this morning when his car went out of control on Norih Hoosac Road and broke four guard rails and a telephone pole. Lewis H. Myers, 64, ot 16 River St. apparently fell asleep al the wheel, police said, about 1:05 a.m. traveling east toward North Adams. The accident occurred about 600 yards west of the North Adams line. The front end of Myers' vehicle was demolished, police, said, and was towed from the scene by Shep * Son of North Adams. Lynde Lane Youth Is Fined $40 In Pittsfield Court At the nsx ol Ming repeimousj williBmstown may wcl i be proud Richard B. Treadway, 21, of [hj s column now repeats this tru-| o f j| s cemeteries. Williamstown town. Vehicle, with broad, soft tires, will travel over any terrain at top speed of 45 m.p.h,, according to Mr. Bachand. Williams*own Notebook Cemetery Visit Indicates Westlawn Project Needed By J. GORDON BULLETT "THERE IS NO such thing as ( tery Department, that is doing this an unimportant town meeting."| work . alld the (owl1 for voli "E , , . .... fimds so it can be cone. At the risk of being repelilious 1 " ~ Lynde Lane, was fined a total of $40 yesterday in Pitlsfield Dis trict Court for dangerous driv ing and leaving the scene of an July 29 is no less important or ism. The special lovvn meeting selj may well go ahead with the ne- by the Board of Selectmen fori«ssary approprialion lo enlarge accident. He was fined $20 on each count. The accident ocurred in Lanesboro. Treadway pleaded guilty on both counts. Readftboro Mr». J. Foster Colllnj GArfield 3-53M Car Leaves Road, Tunnel St. Boys Suffer Hurts Two 17-year-old Tunnel Street joys suffered minor chest injuries mt the car In which Ihey were raveling was demolished when it eft the highway and plunged own an embankment inlo the woods at the Whitingham-Reads- x>ro town line last night. Treated at North Adams Hos- pilal were Gordon Phelps, son of Hr. and Mrs. Richard Phelps, and James Nadeau, son of Mrs. Antonina Nadeau. According to state police from Shaflsbury outpost, the car driven by young 'helps swerved when ils front wheel sank in a soft shoulder al he side of the road and lurched rff the highway. The two boys were taken to the lospital by Mr. and Mrs, Phelps. 16 to Enroll ! n First Grade Some 16 first grader* will be enrolled when school opens in the all. This information was gained luring the pre-schoo! clinic held he last week in June when some youngsters received immun- zation and physical examinations jiven by Dr. Charles Leach of Mewfane assisted by Mrs, Jennie Stearley, nurse. no more important lhan any spe 1 cial or regular town meeting ever held by Ihe town. Every town meeting concerns ilself with the operation of their town by' the voters of that town, and as such each is equal to any other. papers Is Honored As Camper of Week Kenneth Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth B. Meyer of Lee '(ill Tax Figures 1,774 Property Owners Share $1,089,041 Taxes A total of 1,744 Williamstownfcomparcd with SI,727,630 in 1962 property owners are assessed)or a rise of $12,303. Assessed $1,089,041 in taxes on personal 1 real estate jumped to $34,010,26(1 property and real estate valued'from S34,4;)2,OSO in 1961 for an at $36,650,193, it was reported by increase of $418,180. Town Assessor Harry Smith. Mr, Smith's figures ore laken from tile tallies of aggregates of Of the tolal laxes collccled, $51,502 was on personal cslale, $1,033,343 on real estate, and .$•1,19(1 in poll taxes. ' polls, properly and taxes as as-| of po , ]s asscsse(1 was 3,093 com- sessed January 1, 1903, which he' pare( | w j(h 2,036 in 1962. prepared for submission to the) House Assessments Uji Commissioner of Corporations! ^ num be r of dwelling houses and Taxation lecenlly, Assessment Breakdown assessed rose from 1,699 to 1,714. A total of 20.520 acres of land Of the persons assessed, 74- "'ere assessed compared with lately one has read of special Tc rrace was selected "Camperjwere assessed on personal es- 21,182 the previous year, town meetings in other commu- ol t |, e Week" Friday at the Wil-talc only, 1,540 were assessed on "-•"• pen and Ihose who are content to let the other fellow do it will have only themselves to blame if the results of the meeting prove unsatisfactory. <r # * THF. SELECTMEN have shown good judgment in postponing action on asking an appropriation lo provide a water softener for the town wells. This should come up at a meeting where one can be more certain of having a larger turnout of voters. R.N., district health 3 ersona/s Mr. and Mrs, Ray Kingsley and wo sons, Gregory and Andrew, lave returned lo Detroit, Mich. They have b*«n visiting Mr. Kingsley's brother and sisler-in- Ihe Hancock Baptus Church me Rw * M * gnd MR CRr , Kinss , ey Tuesday night at the home of f h H , u GuesU , t (he Ki Mrs. Joseph A Cameron. Plans , ^ g (h Hi| , lhi h were completed for the chicken *'*".' barbecue supper. Also plans were made to hold the next meeting Aug. 13, at the church where members will start work on a Christmas project. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Cameron following the meeting. Birth Mr. and were Mrs. Marion Reynolds of Warren, Mich., and Mrs. Reynold's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Golpe and children, Dawndie and Donald, also of Warren, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Morrisse and three children of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, arrived Thursday for several days' visit. Former residents here, Mr. and Mrs. Morrisse and family have visited the past few days with Mrs. Morrisse's brother and «ister-In-!aw and family in Arlington, Va. and also with former Readstwro residents Mr. and Mrs. Richard Long and family now of Berkley Heights, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Newell and daughter, Gladys, have just returned from a few days' tour of parts of Vermont and New York Stale. They visited friends in Jericho and Grand Isle. Guest* The Willing Worker* Society of o< Mr, and Mrs, Newell this week Mrs, Raymond P. Boehm of 32 Beaumont Dr., Pittsfield, are the parent; of a son born Wednesday at Pittsficld General Hospital. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Perry G. Whitman and great- grandparents ar* Mr. and Mrs. Pen-y A. Whitman of this town. The paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mm. Bernard F. Boehm of Stephentowti, N.Y. Around Town the Hancock Baptist Church will serve a chicken barbecue r.upper tonight at the church from 5:30 lo 7. Strawberry shortcake will be served with the minpcr. are Mrs. Newell'x *isler-in-law, Mrs. rrink Janovsky of Graflon, Mass., and their daughter, Mrs. Jiilinn Lnsco and granddaughter, Tammy, both of Greenfield, M*s«. nilies that have had to be adjourned because it was impossible to obtain a quorum even after sending police into the "highways and byways" to round up citizens. While no definite number is needed (or a quorum in Williamslown Mr. Smith explained that (his was due to a study updating land liamslown Boys' Club day camp.Tcal estate only, and 130 were i Yesterday marked the third^essed on both personal and: areas week of the day camp which haslreal estate. The previous year,] The town's tax rale per SI.OM) been attended by 43 boys. Other awards presented Friday follows: 1,611 persons were assessed. 'assessed valuation rose to $29,60 The total valuation of assessed ] from $28.50. estate rose $430,483 from the Track Meet, 98 points and over,' |%2 figure of S3fi,21 c J,7!Q while too oflen^a special town mcetinBj Robin Pcck , B j][ v Vech, Jon|il lc taxes paid on it are up $52.- George; 8S points and under, Dan!507 over the previous figure of has failed to draw more lhan 25 or 35 persons. Those who stayed away relr-soted their responsibilities lo (heir fellowmen—many only to complain and cry aboul Ihe results of the meeting later. While there are many persons away on summer vacations Ihere are still enough voters lefl in town to provide a representative showing. Gangemi, Jim Bouchard, Tom•$!,036,434. Moore. The lotal value of assessed Archery, 93 points and over,[personal estate was $1,739,933, David Lesure, James Kcmper.j Robin Peck; 88 points and under,; Earle Brown, Steve Lewis, Doug- Qnuahter of Former tac ArlUinc 13 [as Adkins. .S rtUKlllb. . . . . . »i» J Air Rifle proficiency, Dave Gen- LOCOl Woman IS Wed riron, Bill Peck, Jim McCormick.j jj,. s _ priscilla K. Phillips o! ,, Arls and Crafts, M and over,i\v os t jj a j n 51., stockbridgc. and With tht way voters have slayed Nick whitman, John Adkins, Tom Lawrenco R shields of Larry- away from special town meetings Kozclka; 88 and under, Lee Brown,! Wal1g W erc married Friday eve- in the past anything might hap- - — - • - - the The most important article in AIJ,__ J_ e warrant for the July 29 meet- MTTenoS George Dittmer, Robert Borden. Bennett Rosenthal was winner of 'Hobo Day." Honor Cabin for the week was Tent 3 jintl (he following campers: Jim McCormick, Nick Whitman, James Kcmper, Dill Donovan, nilifi nt HIP home of the bride. The bride is (he daughter of Mrs. Mary E. Knapp, formerly of South Willcamstown and the; late Dr. Alvah H. Knapp. • The double ring ceremony was performed by Ihe Rev. Jeremiah, Robin Peck, CraiB Williams, Mike Boynton 111, minister of the First Allott, Kenneth Meyer. Tile fourth week of camp opens Congregational Church in Stockbridge. roll on Monday morning. John S. Blackmer ing would seem lo be Hint asking for a sum of money for the laying out of an additional seclion of Westlawn Ccmelery. The Monday and boys may still en-. Miss Virginia S. Knapp, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. and Eliotl H. Goodspccd wasj best man, < The son of Mr. and Mvs. Harry F. Shields of Townsend, (he bridegroom is in partnership with with Mr. Cioodspccd in (tie op- ; oration of (he Benjamin Pharma-j cy in Stockbridge. John S. Blackmer, nn earth sciences and physics (eacher nt lown owns about seven acres of|Mt. Greylock Regional 1 High land at Wesllawn that has not;School, is one of 49 high school yet been developed. While the sum of $6,500 is being asked for the engineering necessary for the laying out of drives and lots in this proposed section it Is well lo noinl out that this $f),MO will not come from taxation, but from the cemetery improvement fund. This fund now totals nearly $5(1,000. .. * + * I IN ANTICIPATION of Ihe question of voting this money al town meeting it might be well for interested persons to pay « visit to the town cemeteries prior to July 29. A visit to a cemetery ne*d not be morbid. A visit to Williamstown cemeteries is definitely not. A morbid cemetery is one where everything is overgrown and un- cared for. A visit lo our local ce meleries is like a visit to a well- kept garden and can give one only a feeling of comfort and peace. What might happen to Wesllawn Cemetery can be envisioned hy a visit to Eastlawn Cemetery, where an addition was laid out some years ago. This portion of the ce melcry has been beautified by tret »nd shrub planting and carefully cared for flower plots. The rescuing of old stones, toppled by Ihe yeni'.i Mid the worvlhcr, is nlso going forward in this cemetery and ij a credit holli lo the Ccme- icachers attending a physics institute at Rutgers University. Mr. Blackmer lives on White Oaks Rd., Willi.imstown. He graduated from Lafayette College and lolds a master's degree from Syracuse University. Summer Course For Mt. Greylock Teacher Carlo F. Valonc, a World History teacher at Ml. Greylock Regional High School, is among 3D Massachusctls school teachers doing graduate work this summer at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn, Work credits in the Graduate Summer School for Teachers, now in ils lllh year, leads lo d Master of Arts degree in liberal studies or to a certificate of advanced study. Pays $10 Fine Lawrence McNeil of 10 Taylor St., North Adams, paid a $!0 fine in District Court Friday for operating without » license. McNeil was apprehended on Slnlc Road May 22 and pleaded Riillty (o Ihe charge in Dlslrlct Court here on June 6. JudRO Samuel B, Lcvino imposed a $10 line sntl suspended payment at thnl time, Loco! and Personal Joanne Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bennett of 32 Mc- CiMiIcy Lane, Williamslown, is n surgical patienl at the Pittsficld General Hospital. Pitlsfield. For Sale Brand New 7-Room House 4 Bedrooms Lovely cabinet kitchon. Dishwasher. 2-car garage. 2 complete bathrooms. Hard oak floors throughout. This beautiful home h in an exclusive residential neighborhood. Immediate ocupancy. Koys at offic». For appoinlment Call M. C. Brown Licensed Real Estata and Insurance Broker In Mass, and Vermont F. J. Brown REAL ESTATE WILLIAMSTOWN DIAL GL 8-3631 THE COUNTRY PEDLAR FOR ONE WEEK ONLY Beginning Monday, July 15 Til Friday, July 19 WILL OPEN AT 9:00 A. M. AND CLOSE AT 1:00 P.M. Sat. July 20,9A.M. *o 6 P.M. Sun. July 21,11A.M. to 6 P.M. Stafe Rd., North Adams-Williamstown Lint FAMILY OWNED AND OPERATED We Give S&H Green Stamps I

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