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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 20, I9&3 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THREE Th«' Girls Petition for Canteen To Keep Teens Off Street N. Y. Police Confirm Curfew Constitutionality Never Ruled on by State Two 16-year-old North Adanis girls are circulating a petition "for a canteen which will keep teens off the streets of the city." They picked up the official petition forms from City Clerk Cornelius E. O'Brien after making telephone . calls to Mr. O'Brien, Mayor Francis C. Florini and Acting Police Chief William H. Garner, Two Girls, 16 The girls are Nancy Davis of 187 Houghlon St. and Alice Davis of 3d Bank St. "If we had a canteen, it would keep us off the streets and there BE1WINGTON DRIVE-IN THEATRE Route 67 • 67A TONIGHT, SUN., MON..TUES. I Full Week OPEN DAILY I P. M. Today and Sunday FREE CIRCUS ACT SOL SOLOMON Dive From 128-foot in Air Into 6-Foof Tank at 4:30 and 9:30 p. m. DANCING 8obby K*ye SUNDAY—ALL FREE HORSE SHOW From 10 A. M. ALL DAY SUN. 8 to 12 P. M. AMERICAN HOOTENANNY FESTIVAL Bob Carey Joan Meyer Billy Faier—Ramblers Three Gfeenbriar Boys—-Dfmifrr St Daniel — Bring your Ban[o Bring your Guitar and Sing Along — Adm. $ 1.40 FREE CIRCUS ACT Mon. Thru Sun. 4:30, 7:30, 10:30 P, M, WELDERS BEARS Rf. 5. HOLYOKE, MASS. wouldn't be any fuss," the unrelated teenagers said in reference to the curfew law revival that bans persons under 17 'from the streets after 10 p.m., with certain exceptions. Teenagers, if given a place to use as a canteen, would be willing to work lo fix it up, they said. They thought an old mill building might be a good spot for a canteen. The girls admitted that a canteen might not keep all the boys off the street*. But they were sure it would remove most of them and would be attended by all the girls. Why Wanled? Why do teenagers need a canteen? "We don't want to stay home and watch TV or something," the girls answered. They said [hey were confident they would get the signatures of most teenagers and many adults. Meanwhile, police las^ night — the second night of curfew enforcement — reported no incidents. Youngsters getting out of the movies after 10 o'clock — some of them reluctantly carrying notes from their parents — reported going home without being stopped by police, Pittsfield to Get $129,271 to Survey Second Renewal Job Pillsfietd will receive $129,2711 — . for surveying and planning the DJ city's second urban renewal project, the federal Urban Renewal Administration announced Friday. This program, known as the Columbus Avenue Project, in- Car Was Speeding In Hoosick Falls Hoosick Falls, N.Y. Village Police have confirmed that the car involved in * Wednesday night accident that killed Glenn Trudeau, 17, of 89 Gallup St., was speeding in the village earlier in the evening. Police said the car, operated by John Rohane, 18, of 25 Natural Bridge Rd. had been spotted speeding by a postal em- ploye who stopped the three youths and questioned them and took the registration number. The postal employe told Ihe mayor a neighbor, about the incident and together they searched for the vehicle without success, and then notified police. A short time later the car, heading east on a country road, took a corner too fast and rolled over, killing the Trudeau boy, A report yesterday indicated that (he sar had not been in Hoosick Kails Village prior to the accident. Rohane remained hospitalized this morning in the Putnam Memorial Hospital where he was taken following the accident. Another passenger, George Robare, 14, of 34 Charles St. was treated and released at the Ben- ninglon crash. Rohane faces New York State Police charges of driving with an expired license and speeding. Hoosick Falls police said ftey plan no further aclion regarding the earlier speeding incident, By GR1ER HORNER prohibit youlhs returning from . ,. ... . , churches, school functions, and The conslilutiona ity of cu»ew t libraries the court concluded it laws has been challenged m the| loo broad]y drawn and an arbj . courts in the past-some limes t invasion of personal Hospital following the chides 25 acres bounded by Francis Avenue, Summer Street, North Street and the northern boundary of the New York Central Railroad tracks. Arthur Housing C. McGill, Pittsfield Authority executive director, said today that major traffic circulation improvements are planned for the project area. These include the West Street Extension, which will eventually connect with Seymour Street, and an underpass lo connect the street extension with West Street on the south side of (he tracks, John Backs to Pay $251 To A. S. Menard Floor ami Wall Covering • Genuine Formica • Armstrong Linoleum • Kentile Products • Ceramic Wall Tile • Sandran • Metal Trimi Gazzaniga's Wallpaper, Paint and life MO 4-9530 Cor. Bank & Summer Sts. North Adams • * MUST END TONIGHT MARI9N BRANDO In the most Important adventure of our tinxl ALSO—"THE TRAITORS!" COLOR Starts ToinV! Thru Tnes.! - FIRST AREA SHOWINGS '-U T! \ ' i • . - 1 - : „ "•* -;T ! ALTHOUGH THE HATCH OF HELL SWUNG OPEN I ...suddenly th.e Triffids were everywhere... hideous,- man-killing things...multiplying into bestial hordes...overrunning panic-stricken cities... t READY TO DEVOUR THE HUMAN RACE!, T(-KRIFYiN(i M COUOR HOW/lRD KEft • NICOLE MMJRCY • JANETTE SCOTT • KIERON MOOR. Starts Wed! "BYE BYE BIRDIE' 7 ] •_T» - «. . -,,_ „ ..-r\ A retired Pittsfield employe was a bit closer lo collecting Ihe pay due him today as a result of a persuasive argument before the stale senate by Sen. Edmund R. St. John Jr. Sen. St. John supported a bill to authorize the county to pay Arthur S. Menard, a retired Pittsfield Public Works Dept. engineer, $251.74 for services in 1961. County Treasurer John J. Shields has held up Menard's pay on grounds that Ehe law prohibited the County Commissioners from hiring Menard because he was a city pensioner. Pensioners are not allowed to work for the state or any of its subdivisions. 'Sen. St. John contended (hat Menard should not be made a victim of a mistake by county officials in government. The senate agreed and voted in favor of he bill despite opposition from Sen. Antone L. Silva of New Bedford, chairman of the Committee on Counties which had given the Menard bill an adverse report. The bill comes up for another reading Monday and then goes to the house. Observers give it a good chance of passage there. Miss Mary G. Molloy Hospitalized by Fall Miss Mary G .Molloy, retired principal of Johnson School, is a ratient at North Adams Hospital, where she was admitled at 4.40 o'clock Thursday afternoon after she had been injured in a fall at her home, 146 Veazie St. Her physician, Dr. Harvey H. Bianco, said that X-rays show no ipparent fracture, but that Miss Molloy is suffering from bruises of the hip. Plan Oiling Readsboro Routes Next Week Vermont state Rts. 8 and 100 be- ween Readsboro and Jacksotiville s scheduled for road oiling next week the Vermont Stale Highway Department announced today. The road oiling involves surface re- Ireatment ravel. with success. City Solicitor Bernard Lenhoff, while not voicing an opinion on the validity of North Adams' curfew law, said, "Until the law is ruled by the courts to be invalid, it is enforceable, it has to be enforced." It bans youngsters 16 end under from the streets between 10 p. m. and 6 a. m. unless they are going to or from work or have permission to go someplace. Never Ruled On Curfew ordinances have apparently never been ruled on by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. At least Iwo Bay State communities besides North Adams have had curfew laws on their books— Everett and Wai- lham. In his book, "Municipal Corporation Lnw," Georgetown University Law Professor Chester J. Antieau writes: "Any municipal ordinance regulating personal movement and conduct must be drawn wilh clear standards and slrictly limited to situations reasonably imperiling the communily." In 1957, he points out, a law similar to North Adams' was held unconstitutional by a California court. "Insofar 8s the ordinance would liberty," Prof. Anlieau said. Some Upheld On the other hand, he gives several examples of curfew laws that have been upheld by the courts. One legal authority here feels the question boils down lo the definition of what reasonably imperils the communliy. This authority, who preferred lo be unnamed, felt that the present teenage situation on th» city's downtown streets at night represented a peril to the com. munity and the teenagers themselves. Under Ihe Constitution, a teenager has the same rights of personal liberty as an adult, Mr. Lenhoff said. Rights Whlllled Down But Ihe const! tu I ion a I rights of bulh adulls and juveniles have been whittled down by the powers granted the police and other regulatory bodies designed to protect the public welfare. Zoning, for instance, is an infringement on personal liberty. And zoning for asthetics, common in many comunities, is an even further Infringement. The only way to find out if the curfew in this city violales the rights guaranteed in the Constitution would be for a citizen to take a test case to the courts. Mrs. John F. Greene, Long of Clarksburg, 78 Mrs. Margaret Lorelta (Boyri) Greene, 78, of East. Rd,, Adams, widow of John F. Greene, a native of North Adams and a former long lime resident of Clarksburg, died at 1.15 o'clock yesterday afternoon at the North Adams Hospital, where she had been admitted the day before, after being stricken at her tome. She was the daughter of the late John and Catherine (Hughes) Boyd, and attended St. Joseph's Schools, During the 45 years of lier marriage she had resided at 487 N. Eagle St., Clarksburg, and was a member of St. Francis Church, Five years ago, she had moved to Adams to make her ixmie with a daughter, Mrs. Mary Reynolds. There she attended St. Thomas Church. Besides Mrs. Reynolds, she leaves another daughter, Mrs. John M. Andrews of Cheshire; two sisters, Mrs. Owen Kelly and Mrs. Louis Felix, bolli of this city; three grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews. Calling hours at the Flynn & ;.oach Funeral Home will be held from 7 to 9 p.m., today, and from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. .tomorrow, Richview Avenue Local Boxer Draws Woman in Crash On Year's Sentence ofliquid asphalt and West Main Street Some mornings it doesn't pay to get up to go to work. That was brought home wilh a bang to Mrs. Adella Isherwood, 51, of 84 Richview Ave, at 6:30 a.m. today. Shortly after pulling out of her street to drive to work, she crashed into the parked car of Eugene A. Gamachc of 408 W. Main St. Mrs. Isherwood was not hurl, but damage was extensive to both cars, investigating Patrolman Arthur E. Fournier said. Girls Win Awards At Camp Tamarack Girls winning awards at Camp Tamarack, Ihe day camp for girls in (he town of Florida, were announced today by J. Marvin Gangemi, director. They are as follows: Bowling, Sari and Iris Schwartz of Adams, Wendy Mason of Williamstown; volleyball, Mary Jean Geroulo and Barbara Peck, Williamstown; softhall, Hilary Alton of Williamslown, Susan Schwartz of Adams; nature, Grace Aspinall, Williamstown; riflery, Barbara Peck, Hilary, Elizabeth and Robin Alton. Also, cooperation, Gloria Slein, Adams, Betsy Peck and Valerie Dupuis, WilHamstown; art, Barbara and Belsy Peck and Gloria Stein; basketball, Grace Aspinall, Wendy Mason, Barbara Peck, Elizabeth Alton; archery, Hilary Alton, Ellen Warriner, Grace Aspinall, Barbara Peck and Ms Schwartz; swimming, Cynlhta and Donna Mazzoli, Gloria Stein, Iris and Sari Schwartz, Joan Schwartz of Adams, Lanny Mason, Debra Brown, Barbara Peck, Elizabeth and Robin Allon, Jean and Janel Gerouto of Williamstown. At the Movies PARAMOUNT: "Spencer's Mountain," 1.00, 3.35, 6.05, 8.40; "Philbert," 3,00, 5.30, 8.05. COURY'S DRIVE-IN: "The Ugly American," 10.00; "The Traitors," 8:40. HOOSAC DRIVE-IN: "My Six Loves," 10:20; "Wonderful to Bi Young," 8:40. ADAMS: "It Happened at (hi World's Fair," 9:00; "Cairo, 1 7:15. Funeral services be held at 9 a.m., Monday, with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Thomas Church in Adams. Burial will-be in the family lot in Soulhview Cemetery, this city. Funeral Held For 6. B. Trudeau, Accident Victim Funeral services were held (his morning for Glenn Barry Trudeau, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard F. Trudeau of 8!) Gallup St., who died early Thursday morning at Putnam Memorial Hospital in Bennington, Vt., of injuries suffered in a crash in New York slate a hours earlier. car few quiem at 9 a.m., sung by the For Wifebeating Robert W. Voghel, 20-year-old North Adams boxer, who twice attempted suicide after beating his wife on July 3, was sentenced to one year in the House of Correction by Judge Ernest H. Rosasco in District Court (his morning. He had pleaded guilty to assault and batlery. His wife, Barbara, is still at North Adams Hospital with three fractures ot the left jaw, suffered in Ihe beating. Voghel, back from 10 days' psychiatric examination at Northampton Stale Hospital, sought to be re-committed but the court said this was not possible because he had been ruled legally sane. Today In History (~By the Associated Press) Today is Saturday, July 20, the 201st day of 1963. There are 164 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1860, the battle of Milazza was fought in Sicily. The victory by Ihe Garibaldians completed the expulsion o! the Neopolitans from Sicily. On this date In IMS, President Truman announced at the Potsdam Conference that the United Slates sought no monetary or territorial gains from World War II. Ten years ago ... The United Stales, Britain and France agreed lo create German-Allied boards Ui advise Allied authorities whether they should grant clemency and MrS.LilliaS Little KtlOX Sister Ste. Louis Back From England, Taught 10 Years Sister Sle. Louis, a _nun of the Order of (he Presentation of Mary and Ihe daughter of Louis G. Desnoyers and the late Mrs. Desnoyers of Green River Rd., Williamstown, is home 01; vacation afler spending 10 years in England, Berkshire Downs Claims to $100,000 Bond Taken Under Advisement Claims to a $100,000 bond involved in the litigation surrounding the ownership of slock at Berkshire Downs, Hancock, were taken under advisement yesterday in Superior Court, Fait River, Judge Frank E. Smith said that he preferred the bond to be held in security for legitimate credi « Queen Elizabeth and was met by her sister, Mrs. Rita Koscinski of Ruel St., Adams. She will spend a month visit-' ing relatives here before returning lo her dulies as a second grade teacher in a school in Exeter, England. Sister Ste. Louis entered religious life 29 years ago afler graduating from Noire Dame High School here. For several years she taught in Canada before going to England two decades ago. Her present visit is the second during that lime. Besides Mrs. Kocliinski, Sister Ste. Louis has two other sisters, Mrs. Theresa Gelinas of Hawthorne St., North Adams and Mrs. Madeline Novak of Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. Her brother, Joseph M. Desnoyers lives at 22 Enterprise SV,, Adams. Mixed-Up Turtles Head for Barroom MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP)—A small army of newly hatched, mixed-lip loggerhead turtles crawled the wrong way and almost wound up in a barroom. v About 100 of the turtles dug out of Ihe sand where (hey had hatched. Instead of crawling right into the sea, as baby turtles are supposed to do, they walked away from it. When patrolman James Kelly .saw them Thursday, they were crossing Ocean Drive toward the Turf Bar. Before policemen could point (hem in the right direction, about 20 were squashed by motorists. ould orkmen, he said. The litigation earlier this year enuned from a claim of Dr. The Solemn High Mass of Re-|Cr'ieS for Help Of1Ce iToo Often, Drowns Rev. Joseph A. Remi, pastor of St. Raphael's Church in Williamstown, was largely attended by relatives, friends and former classmates at Drury High School, which he had attended. The Rev. Joseph A. Ltissier, pastor, was Mass, and (he Rev. Roland A. Renaud, curate, was sub-deacon. The choir chanted the Gregorian Mass for Ihe Dead. Dr. Hector J. Pelletier was organist. Burial followed in the family lot in Soulhview Cemetery with Fr. Lussier officiating al rites at the grave. Bearers, all cousins, were David Trudeau of SEockbridge, Marten and Michael Quadland of Hampton Beach, N.H., Robert Boyer, Michael Boyer, and Edward Noel of this city. The youth was thrown from Ihe car driven by John Rohane, 18, of 25 Natural Bridge Rd., Unit had rolled over afler taking a corner too fast on a back road two miles east of North Hoosick, N.Y., at 10:30 p.m., Wednesday. Death was altributed lo fi fractured skull and a cerebral hemorrhage. Carefully Air Conditioned for Your Comfort! PARAMOUNT Phone MO 3-5295 -HELD OVER!- 3 More Big Days *"* Tues. For Those Who Have Not Seen This Delightful Summer Treat — And for Thole Wishing to See It Again! Plus! Cartoon and 'Live-Action' Featurette Starts " WED. paroles to imprisoned war criminals. Five years ago .., Jordan announced severance of its last dip- loniatic ties with the United Arab Republic. One year ago ... The Interim- tionl Court of Justice at the Hague, Netherlands, handed down an advisory opinion that all Unit ed Nations members are legally obligated to pay for the cost of the U.N. peace operations in the Congo and the Middle East. Svncom 2 Launching Off Until Wednesday CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) —The launching of the Syncom 2 communicatiom; satellite has been delayed until Wednesday because of minor technical troubles in the second stage of the Delta booster. Funeral services for Mrs. Lillias Little Knox, 61, of 203 E, Main St., will he held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon al the Sinunous Funeral Home with the Rev. Dr. Virgil V. Brallier, pastor of the- First Congregational Church, officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in Southview Cemetery. Mrs. Knox, a native of Paw- luckel, R. I., who had lived in this city since 1011, died yesterday morning at the North Adams Hospital where she had been a patient since May 12. Calling hours at the funeral home will be held from 7 to i) p. m. today and from 2 to 'i and 7 to 9 p. m. tomorrow. Originally coffee was eaten, not drunk. It is believed thai Ethiopian tribesmen ate wild coffee berries mixed wilh fat. OOJAG DRI V I - I N iNow! Ends Toin'wi Show Slarh at Approx. 8:40 DEBBIE REYNOLDS THE FUNNIEST : " Loves fUFFWEIISM UfllJUSSEI 2nd Bin Hit! Also in Color! TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — A man described as a good swimmer had been playing pranks on his Trieiuls by pretending lo drown. He cried help again, his friends ignored him and he drowned Thursday. Authorities said the victim, Elmo C. Scrnnton, 22, of Tampa, op- ^arcutly got a stomach cramp and went down in 12 feet of water. Births Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E. Nugenl of Ingram Rd., New Ashford, are parents of a son born this morn- ng al the North Adams Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gaudreau •>f 38li Union St., arc parents of a daughter born late yeslerday af- ernoon at the North Adams Hospital. larles L. Furcolo, father of of 17 Summer St., this city, and rmer Gov. Foster Furcolo, to wnership of slock in the track. contended that he had pur- lased the slock in the name a straw whom he identified as larles R. Carson, a Springfield ccountant. Dr, Furcolo charged thai Car)n then improperly sold the ock to Salvatore Rizzo, now resident of Berkshire Downs. During the hearings, the court •dered Carson to tuni over a 00,000 bond in his possession iat was involved in the sale. Judge Smith subsequently dis- lissed Furcolo's claims to the bond and also rilled out the track's claim lo it on grounds that Rizzo, not Ihe track, paid for it. Judge Smith's action yesterday in taking the claims to the bond under advisement stemmed from a request by Rizzo's Inwyer that the bond be turned over to him to pay track creditors. Marriages Today Miss Caterina Spadea, formerly Giuseppe Macrina Jr, of Gasperina (Catanzaro) Ilaly, at 10 a. in Mother of Termini Church in Gaspcrina. Miss Losha Marie Van Sanford of I.uce Rd., Williamslown, formerly of this city and Oswego, N.Y., and William Edward Daub of Greenfield, formerly of Middle Rd,, Clarksburg, at 10 a.m., in St. Francis Church. Miss Eileen Catherine Gould of 98 Brooklyn St., and Kerry C. Lane of 1 Bowditch Rd., Jamaica Plain, at 11 a. in., in St. Francis Church. Details of the weddings will be reported in Monday's Transcript. WOW SHOWMOI ADAMS ALL NEXT WEEK THE BIG 0. C BUCK SHOWS "Tops In Outdoor Entertainment" Burkc's Field CURRAN HIGHWAY PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 25-THRILLING RIDES-25 14-BIG SHOWS-14 KIDDIES' MATINEES WED., JULY 24th SAT., JULY 27th 10. Through Courtesy of North Adams and Adanis Merchants Only Big Show to Play Berkshire County This Year Sponsored by Masonic St. Paul's Commandsry HEAT Ready For The Toughest Healing Job • ECONOMICAL • PRACTICAL • Dependable The Choice of More Area Home - Owners Than Any Oilier Type. FOR FACTS THAT ARE FACTS CALL LaVALLEY OIL CO., INC. HOME OF BETTER HEATING In Business Over 30 Years Free Annual Cleaning and Vacuuming of BoiUrs of Our Fuel Oil Customers AUTOMATIC DELIVERIES 24 HOUR SERVICE 116 Eagle Street HEATING OIL Dial MO 3-7506 i

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