The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on July 15, 1963 · Page 8
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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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Office C«nttr Sfr«»t Adams News Section Dial 743-1700 — 743-1701 EIGHT THE NORTH ADAMS, MASSACHUSETTS, TRANSCRIPT MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 15, 1963 Bloodmobile To Pay VisrL Next Month The Red Cross Blood mobile will visit Adams Aug. 1, it was announced today by Mrs. Fred J, Koczela, blood donor chairman of the Adams branch. The unit will be set up in the American Legion Home nnd will be in operation from noon to 5:45 p.m., will) ellorts lo be made t oobtain a 135-pind quoin, Mrs. Koczela said. She voiced Ihe hope that Adams residents will rally to the appeal and mnke the visit successful by going over the lop as was clone last February for the first lime in several years. On that visit, the 135-pint goal was exceeded by 33 pints, with IK'!' pints collected. !c,o-rc Promo+inn Advance registration cards are|V-7eTb riOlIlUIIUII to be mailed later this week toll k/4;»rmo some 200 prospective donors,! IM [Vloiini/ ROBERT FREITAG Robert Freitag prespG' Mrs. Koczela said. They are to b-' returned lo Mrs, Arthur J. Tanguay, registration chairman, as soon as possible. Case Continued A case of violation of the illc- geiimate child act, lodged in 1%2 against Bernard Dissaillon of 61 Bellcvne Ave., was continued Saturday in District Court until July, 20. The defendant is under a court stipixirt order plus an order to pay hospital and doctor hills. Pastor Breaks Collarbone In Ladder Fall The Rev. Henry G. Cooper, pastor of Ihe First Congregational Church, received a fractured col- larbotie in a fall from a lacldei Saturday afternoon about 4:30 a the parsonage, 40 Park St., whoi-C be was washing windows. He received emergency treatment at North Adams Hospital, then was returned to the parsonage where he is under doctor's orders to remain quiet for n few days. Because of the accident, he was unable to participate in n oia- loprue sermon yesterday with the Rev. Robert W. Sansoticie, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, at Ihe Union Protestant Church summer worship service at the First Baptist Church. Mr. Sansoucie conducted the service alone and gave the sermon. You Owe It To Yourself! You should pay yourself first! Emergencies concerning money matters arise in the best of families. A Co-Operative Bank Savings account is the log- : cal place to accumulate funds to tide you over when 3 need unexpectedly arrives. Your money is available at any time on presentation of your savings account book, Why not pay yourself first? Start an Adams Co-Opera- live Savings Account now. Adam* Hank Robert E. Frcilag, son of Mr.; and Mrs. Paul Freitag of 4 SVestj Pine St., has been promoted from Private, first class, to lance corporal in the U. S. Marine Corps The announcement of his pro motion was received this morning by his parents in a lettei from his commanding officer, 1st Lt. F. J. Brelh He enlisted in tlie Marine Corps in November, IflGl, and had recruit training at Parris Island S. C., nnd advanced training at Camp IcLeune, C. He was CENTER STREET assigned to the USS Galveston Marine detachment last August and lias been operating with the Pacific fleet on the West Coast former Transcript newsboy enthusiastic slock car own- A and er and driver, he attended Adams Memorial High School nnd was employed at the Adams Super Market, Dallon Ave. .Pillsfield, before enlisting, Told' Hospital. He was Richard Racine of 16 Elm St. early Saturday n and Richard Wasielewski of IS Mrs. George H Croiteau St. have returned home after a one-week vacation at Lake George, N. Y. * «< * Mr. and Mrs. Albert J, Haimer of North State Rd., Cheshire Harbor, have returned from a one- week vacation at Cleveland, Ohio. MRS. REINHOLD OTT iPittsfield Man Fined $135 On 3 Charges A Pittsfield man paid fines totaling S135 in District Court this morning as a result of a routine check on lit, 8 in Cheshire on July 6. Kenneth C. Thomas, 21, of 8 [lo , d Maximilian otl of 17 B St. Dalton Avenue was penalized 5100 Oft-Solomon At a 10 o'clock ceremony Saturday morning in SI. Thomas' Church, Miss Carole Jeanne Solomon, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Shagal A. Solomon of 12 Bellevue Ave., became the bride of Rein- for driving an uninsured car, S'O for driving without registration, and 525 for attaching unossigned plates lo the vehicle. He was stopped by Motor Vehicle Registry ipector John Quintal of North Adams and Constable Samuel Comslock of Cheshire. In The Hospital Samuel Bechard of 33 Pleasant St. is a patient for medical treatment at W. B, Plunkett Memorial admitted there morning. McConncll of 2S Forest Park Ave, was admitted lo W. B. Plunkett Memorial Hos- •stcrday for medical treal- pital yes' ment. Mrs. James Haddad of 69 Park St. underwent minor surgery this morning at W. B. Plunkett Memorial Hospital. Timothy Charron, 6-mouths-old Mr. and Mrs. John J. Zajac and (heir daughter, Joan Marie, re- roi) turned to their home in Pittsburgh, Pa., yesterday after spending the past week with his mother, Mrs, John W. Zajac ol 74 Center St. Saturday they were guests at the wedding of his cousin, Miss Elizabeth A. Swiatek and James F. Gormely Jr. i of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cbar- of 62 Willow St., was admitted MRS. JAS. GORMLY JR. Gormley-Swiarek Miss Elizabeth Ann Swiatek, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller J, Swialek of 34 Crottenn St., became (he bride of James Fran- Gormely Jr. of H Pine St., Pittsfield, son of Mr. and Mrs, Gormely of 7072 Spire Falls Rd., JGansvoort, N. Y., Saturday morning at 10 in St. Stanislaus Kolska The Rev. Joseph T, Harrily °f-| Cnm . cn son of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Ott off Friendrichshafen, Germany. to W. B. Plunkett Memorial Hospital yesterday for medical treat- £ ment. Susan Armata, G, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Armata of 2 Summit Ave., had her tonsils and adenoids removed this morning at W, B. Plunkett Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Rancourl -. • . of 22 First St., flew from Idlcwild| ' ODin- Airport, New York, by jet plane" Saturday for a two-week vacation in Roseburg, Ore., where they will visit their daughter, Miss Priscilla Rancort, R.N., a member of the staff of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Roseburg since July 1, 19C2. * * * Mrs. Melvin Crawford of 183 f. Summer St. reported to police at 5:10 p.m. Sunday that a motorist turning jacked into her around, had home. Police checked the report and arranged 'or the driver, not identified on he police blotter, to report the matter to his insurance company, * * * Police were sent to check a •cport of loud music in the Forest 'ark section at II:IB last night. Patrolman Charles SchofieM reported the music wes emanating 'rom a party, whose sponsors vere advised of the complaint. * * * A 63-year-old Adams man was arrested at 2:30 a. m. Sunday on charge of drunkenness but was released by the probation office vithout arraignment. i The marriage of Miss Judith Dorothy Jenny, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Frank M. Jenny of Cot tonwood, Idaho, and Thomas J Tobin of Livermore, Calif., son of Mrs. Patrick J. Tobin of 39 Grove St., Adams, look place Saturday July 6, in St. Mary's Church at Coltonwood. Msgr. J. M. VerHocven officiated. Miss Louise D. Jenny was maid of honor for her sister ant: Mrs. Thomas Lcubert was bridesmaid. Kenneth Gehring was besl man and ushers were Philip Kil wein and Philip and Fred Lcubert. A reception in the Cotlonwood Community Hal! followed, after which the couple left on a wedding trip lo the Canadian Rockies, They make their home in Livermore after (heir return. The bride has been employed by the Wasem Drug Co, in Clark- slon, Wash. The bridegroom is employed in Ihe alomic power department of the Genera] Electric Co. at Vallecitos, Calif. The bridegroom's mother and his sisters, Misses Marie and Margaret Tobin, all of Adams, attended the wedding. ficiated and celebrated the Nuptial High Mass. The altar was decorated with white pedesta vases of while snapdragons and Baby's breath, tied with white satin bows. Miss Carol Scott, a friend ol he bride, was maid of honor Misses Barbara Durant and Donna Donati, friends, were brides maids, Kurt Haider of North Adams, a riend of the bridegroom, was lest man. The bride's brother, Richard Solomon, and a cousin John Barnes of Lanesboro, were ushers. Uride's Gown The bride, who was escorted bj her father, wore silk organz over (affela styled with scoop neckline, long tapered sleeves princess front with cummerbunc t the hip line that terminated in a V at the back. A princess pane of Alencon lace applique on the bodice extended to the floor. The full skirt terminated in a chape train. Her bouffant silk illuskir veil was attached to a small double tiara of aurora borealis and pearls. She carried a fronta bouquet of white butterfly rose? centered with pink sweelhear roses backed with lemon foliage and accented tulle. The white nylon maid of honor had shel pink peau de soie in floor lengtl' with scoop neckline, short sleeves and hell-shaped skirt with back panel of hot pink from neck to hemline. Her headpiece was a Queen Anne Crown of seed pearls with matching face veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of lighi blue daisy pompons backed by a niothcr-of-pe-arl collar and tict witli a shower of blue satin rib bons. The bridesmaids had sister gowns in sky blue with matching crowns and bouquets of light pink with pink streamers. After a reception from noon to p. m. at the American Legion Home, (he couple went to New York City. They arc to reside at 15 Crottcau St. The bride is employed in the Marshall Street office of Spraguo Electric Co., North Adams, The bridegroom is a mechanic it Vic and Paul's North Adams, Motor Sales, GUESTS IN THE HOUSE? It's iad but true but a broken step, a .slippery rug, »n unlighted electric bulb, a patch of ice can change an amiable guest info an angry legal adversary. Statistics prove that accidents can and do happen. And it it a fact that you can be hold legally responsible for mishaps that occur on your promises. Don't be another day without comprehensive personal liability protection. Pick up fho phone and call 743-1216 right now. We'll be glad to tell you all about it. SMITH BROS - McANDREWS 1NSUJIANCK / Service \ 7 Park Street Dial 743-1216 '/<™ V01 " "*M INPIPINPIM ACINI 'Ave Marta," ''Mother Feet is Kneeling" mid Cousin Officiates The bride's cousin, the Rev Ernest J. Szetela, MIC, a mem ber of tile Congregation of Mar ian Fathers at Stockbridge offi dated, celebrated Ihe Nuptia High Mass and bestowed the Pa pal blessing on the couple. The n] lar was decorated with vases o white gladiohts. John Snmaj, organist, playei the traditional wedding marches His daughters, Misses 13ernadette Antoinette and Theresa, sang at Yon 'On Thi. Day, O Beautiful Mother." The bridegroom's sister, Mis. Anne Gormely of Gaiufoort, N. Y,, was maid of lionur. Th' bridesmaids were Misses Linda M. Smachetti, Christine A. Dudn friends of the bride, and her sis ler. Virginia A. Swiatek. Waller J. Swiatek Jr., the bride's brother, was best man The ushers, Pittsfield friends the bridegroom, were Thaddeus Szlachetka, Donald Piegza anc Michael Zanolli. Escorted by Fallicr •Escorted by her father, ttv bride wore a sheath gown of iv ,• pcau de soie. The bodice hai a bateau neckline, long taperei sleeves trimmed with Alencon lace nt the wrist with the sann motif carried through the bottom of the sheath skirt that had a beautiful, detachable cathedra style train. Her four-tier veil o silk illusion was fastened lo . Swedish crown of hand set seei ,;earls edged with diamond shap ed pearls, iihe carried a sheaf o white glamelias trimmed with ivj foliage. , Her attendants all had sisle gowns of bouquet, taffeta, sheath style in paradise bird blue trim mod with dragon green, The gowns had bateau n ecklines will conslrslinE trim al the waist one bottom of the trumpet flare skirts with detachable trains of dragoi 51-een. A flat bow of blue nnd irecn was worn as a headpiece The maid of honor carried shenf of white blue delphinium with white maiden hair fern The bridesmaids had sheafs of ellarionna blue delphiniums. A reception from I to S:30 p.m -as lield al the East Hoosac street Hall. For a wedding trip lo Wildwood V. J., the bride wore a two-piece ,iik suit in cranberry hue with while accessories and while orchid corsage. On llieir return, Mr. and Mrs. Gormely will reside at C East Hoosac St. Both are employed al the Pittsfield General Electric Co. the bride as a sleno-typisl In Ihe ordnance dopartmcnl, the bridegroom as n loolmaker. Briefly Told Bearers on Saturday ol Ihe funeral of Mrs. Marie E. SI Hilnire were Robert Powers nnd Philip St. llilalre of Piltsfield, Armand St. Hilairc, Aldor Para dis and Charles Vigeant, of Adams, nnd Ernest Rose of North Adams. • + * A continuance until Jnly W wn granted by Special Justice Henry M. Kaliss in District Courl Oils morning in the case of a 57-year- old Savoy man who pleaded nol to a complaint of drunkenness. He was arrested last light by Slate Troojxr John J. White on a warrant signed by his wife. • * • The Scarlet Raiders PNA Drum Corps will rehearse tonight al 6 at Mill Street Field Instead of tomorrow evening, the usual re- Kflarsal dale. The change In date will allow Ihe instructor U) be present tonight, Corps Director Waller C. Xepka snid in nnnounc- np (he rehearsal. » * * Mrs. Klsie HroiiHU'Uc ot 3 1'earl St lelt ye.slcrdny for a llirce-wcck vacation nl the home of her sis- er, Mrs. J'aul Beyer of Tolodeo, Ohio. MRS, RICHARD COLLINGS Colltngs-Dixon Miss Donna Marie Dixon, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dixoi Jr. of Leonard SI., became Ihe bride of Richard E. Collings of 34 Walnut St., son of the late Mr and Mrs. Albert Collings, Satur day morning at 11 in St. Thomas Church. The Rev. Joseph T. Harrity of 'icialcd. Mrs. Donald Marcotte playec he traditional wedding marches Mrs. Morris H. Kittler sang "Ave Maria" and "On This Day." Mrs, Roger Uchman, a frienc of the bride, was matron of hon or. Mrs. Luceille Deceits of Pitt.s- field, a friend of (he bride, was bridesmaid. Miss Jndy White OJ Orange, a cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Miss Nancy Huntoon of Euclid, Ohio, the bride's cousin, was flower girl. Lawrence Collings was his brother's best man. Bruce Mendel and Peter Daunais friends of the bridegroom were ushers. Daniel LaFlcur, the bride's cousin, was ring bearer. Hrlilc's Gnwn The bride's gown was designed with a high scoop neckline, basque waistline, long sleeves, pointed at the wrist, chapel train, double bow at the waist in back controlled skirt very full at the back, and Schiffli embroiderer! roses scattered over the bodice, skirt and wrist bands. She carried a prayer book trimmed with a bite orchid and swainsonia. Her veil of shoulder length Illusion was attached lo a halo of pearls and crystals. Light maize silk organza was worn by the matron of honor. The gown featured a scoop neckline, sel-in midriff, brief sleeves, coil' trolled skirl with bows at. each side of the waist line to set ofi accordion pleats inserted at the sides. Her headpiece was a tiny circle lint of silk organza flower.' with a circular veil. She carried basket of aqua carnations and yellow baby's breath. The bridesmaid and junior attendants had sister gowns to that of the matron f honor in light with matching hats and baskets of yellow carnations and baby's breath. The flower girl's dress of while silk organza had n scoop neckline, brief sleeves, a very full skirt and cummerbund of light maize. She wore a matching headpiece and carried a basket of yellow [Tarnations and white baby's breath. After a reception at Turn Hall starting at 1 p.m., the couple left or n wedding trip to the Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania. They are to reside at 21 needier SI. •"or Iravcling Ihe bride wore a »ige linen suit with orchid accessories. The bride, n graduate of Adams Memorial High School and LaBa- •on Beauty Academy, Pittsfield, is beautician nt Adcle's Beauty Salmi. The bridegroom is also an A< ams Memorial High School grac lale and is n toolmaker at Mark and Mold Co. Pittsfield. $25 for Speeding Robert Godck, 21, of Spring St was fined $25 by Special Juslic enry W. Knliss in District Coin Salurdny morning alter pleadin guilty lo a charge of n socmi iffcnsc of seeding withing a 12 noiith period. Selectmen Asic Bids on Police Radio Units The Selectmen are advertising for two mobile transmitter and receiver combination police radios and one base station transmitter and receiver. The new equipment is lo replace the existing police radios which must be either replaced or switched to a narrow band frequency by Nov. 1 under Federal Communications Commission regulations. Presently used microphones, an- ;ennas and handsets are to be retained by the police department iecause they are still usable. Bids on the new equipment will ; received by 5 p.m. July 31 and opened and read at 7 that night at the meeting of the Board. Lists Schedule For Playgrounds Playground activities for tomorrow, as announced by Edward P. Whalen, director, will include the following: Russell Field, ballet lessons at 0 a.m.. continuation of the table tennis tournament, baseball game between the Pirates and Crystal Creamery and practice by the girls' softball team in Hie afternoon. North Summer Street Field, girls' softball team to play the winner of last week's Bowe-Russell Field game. ADDITIONAL NKWS of inleretl lo /til a mi rend' en will be found in Ihe Northern Hcrkuliire Area Neiet Section on Page 2 of The Transcript. Good Evening! First tiling out this morning we came upon a commotion on Mel- •ose Street where two grown pigeons were noisily attacking something in (lie higli grass. As we stopped to watch a moment, he object under attack suddenly scurried away as we disturbed he pigeons. It was a squirrel, who promptly was chased at [round level by the pigeons until out of our sight. Cause of the vhole disturbance wasn't evident at all. * * • Hasn't been a very good day at all. Everybody passing has had a remark to make about the muggy weather, with the exception of ? red Dabrowski who was pleased with the rain early this morn- ng. "It'll do my garden good," Selectman Dabrowski said. * * * Incidentally, today was St. Swilhin's Day and they said that rain on St. Swithin's means rain "or 40 days. Now we don't mind a little wetness now and then but 40 days — please! * * < Town election is just shy of eight nonths away but a strong rumor s making the rounds and we've >een asked many times "Haven't you heard?" and "When are you going to say something about it?" Without comment from this cor- icr the rumor is that A. Edward Godek is to be the opponent of 'red Dabrowski next March for Selectman. * t * A number of Explorer Sconls Manning a canoe trip to Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario next month, may be dissapointed >ecause of lack of enough transportation to drive them to Canada. A cuple of interested drivers vho'd like to help might be ap- jreciatcd. Bernard Fryc of Anhony St. is the man to call. No Golf Class Tuesday morning goif inslrnc- .ions for junior golfers at the Fircst Park Country Club will be milled tomorrow and July 23, it vas announced today. The next nstruclions will be given Tuesday, July 30. The change in schedule is be- ause of tournament play for Ihe innual president's trophy which •egan yesterday and will con- inue through July 21. Selectmen to Act On Fund Request For Sewage Plant A special meeting of Hie Selectmen will he held tonight at 7:M) in Town Hall to discuss and act on an application to [he Housing and Home Finance Agency for the proposed sewerage plant. Chairman Fred Dabrowski said this morning that the application has been received from Camp, Dresser and McKee of Boston, consulting engineers, where technical information wa.s filled in, and tonight the Selectmen must complete their part of Ihe document and sign it. Two Motorcyclists Win Trophies Two members of the Hoosac Valley Molocycle Club of Adams von trophies in a competition ield meet Saturday in West Lebanon, N. H. First place in the heavyweight division was taken by James ioellerich of Bucklin Rd. and Bernard Gagnc of 5 West St. brought home the second place rophy in the lightweight class. The meet was sponsored by Pete's Roamers of Lunenberg and the Ludlow M. C., in con- unction with the annual blessing of motorcycles yesterday at the shrine of Our Lady of La Sallettc n Enfield, N. H. First- U. S. Appliance The stove is the nation's first ppliance. There were stoves be- ng manufactured back in Benja- lin Franklin's time. First Excise Tax Commitment Arrives Late The Board of Assessors today 'eceived the first commitment of 1%3 state excise taxes, some 545 of a total of 0,000 for Adams. The 545 bills are scheduled for ocal mailing Aug. 1, according o Chairman Stanley Bednarz. 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