The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on July 23, 1963 · Page 4
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FOUR THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT TUESDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 23. I9A3 Political aiound-IJp Zoito to Seek Ward 10 Seat; Mavor Yet to Reveal Plans By EDWIN MATKSKY Andrew P. Zoito of 14 Park Ave., has taken out nomination papers for the Ward 10 City Conn cil seat currently ward J. Konopkii. held by Eel- Two Others The others — John R. Tatt of 352 Church St., for an at-large Concil scat and Dr. Nathan La- vcnda of 171 Franklin St., for a He is the third resident to indicate interest in running for of- municipal elections fice in ttie tins fall. (Signing the petition will know exactly for whom and what office they are signing. And those signing must sign exactly as their names appear North Adams School Committee on the official voting lists, other berth — took out nomination papers about two weeks ago. On the election block this fall iwill be offices of mayor, the 12 Mr. Zoito'is a mason by trade,[ward councillors, three at-large is married and is the father of son, Andrew Jr. wise their signatures will be disqualified by the Board of Registrars, he said. Voters approached to sign nomination papers may sign as many THE BEST IN MOWERS TORO Hardware & Supply Co. PLUMBING, ELECTRICAL, ROOFING SUPPLIES 26 Holden St. MO 3-6596 BOSTON POPS AT TANGIEWOOD ARTHUR FIEDLER , Soloist Wednesday, luly 31, 8:00 p.m. Tickets: 13 to 16 Available Now Pcsliurtl Box Oliice Tanglewond. Lenox. M.iss. Tel. <4I3) 637-1600 For instance, he said, a voter may sign papers for three at- large council candidates because that's how many at-large seals councillors, three city school [papers as there are offices to committee posts, and two oj UiejfjH, he atlded. city's four elective positions on the Northern Berkshire regional vocational School Committee. Mayor Francis C. Florini has .._ iyet to indicate if he will seek re-| a |. e up f 01 - election, election as do the ward council-j Those persons interested in get- lors —1 Henry I. Koloc, 2 Tliom-|tj, 1B their names on the ballot for us H. Crofls, '1 Louis S. Gagliardi, 4 Ernest J. Morocco, 5 Robert E. PaLeiiiUide, C Hoberl J. Curry, 7 Donato F. Dagnoli, 8 Morton Freeilman, 9 Daniel J. Hawthorne, 10 Mr. Konopka, 11 Stanley J. Owcarski, 12 Alfred J. Law, and the tlirce at-large coun- cillors — Richard J. O'Brien, Fred D. Winclover and James M. Lilly. John It. Taft Mr, Taft, who is seeking an at-iarge council seat, is now serving on the Northern Berkshire regional vocational School Committee. His term expires in January of ISJlifi. The mayoralty and council terms are for two years. Dr. Lavcnda, an assistant professor of biology at North Ad-, , ams State College, seeks one of | fore the refugees look off today three expiring four-year terms to] from Miami Airport bound lor the city School Committee, which|i, c w homes in Massachusetts, are held by Mrs. Elizabeth A. Gov Fa ,. r j s Bryant of Florida and Thorn- L |1t | Gov nnc j Mrs . Endicott Pea- jbody both termed the Cuban relo- foca-j ca <j oll program ?s one of vital con- the preliminary election in October must obtain the signatures of nt least 50 voters on the nomination paper. Deadline for filing the nomination papers with the city clerk's office is 5 p. m. Sept. 17. Bay State, Florida Governors Visit Cuban Refugees MIAMI (AP)^The governors of Florida and Massachusetts paid an early morning visit to nearly 100 Cuban refugees moments be- Bacon, Thomas Bea as W. Cullen. Expiring on the regional tional school committee are terms of Bernard Lenhoff, the the. Martin J. Mullen, two of the four city delegates elected to the regional board. Re-election is for four years. The term of a third city delegate to the regional vocational school board—Edward B. Nassif —also expires at the end of this cern to all Americans. The latest group of refugees bound for Massachusetts boosted the number sent to that stale close to the 7,000 mark. Later the Massachusetts governor and his parly visited the' Cuban refugee emergency center. Peabody noted that the relocation program is a cooperative year. But the bolder of that seat ( or t of the federal, state and loca will be elected by the city's government. 1 ; involved and said 'a tremendous job" was being School Committee. All told there are city delegates to the regional school done to handle the Cuban refugee situation. board—four elected at the polls' "So far some 65,000 refugees and one elected by the cityihave been relocated to cities and School Committee. (towns in all parts of the conn- Fill Out Form (try," Peabody said. 1 Tliis morning City Clerk Cor- ;lius E. O'Brien reminded those [)oyyn With BeD'OS interested in taking out nomina lion papers to first fill out the upper part of the nomination paper before attempting to obtain tlie signatures of voters. That way, he added, the voters Air Condition«d Wilfiamitov/n, Man. Tel. 458-4144 Jul V 23-" Biting, Satiric Comedies Albee's AMERICAN DREAM with ZOO STORY Tuos.-Fn., 8:40; Sat. al 5 A 9 Ticket Agency Peebles Jewel Shop Next: A FAR COUNTRY MEX1A, Tex. CAP) — Barbers from Mexia, Fail-field, Teague, Coolidge, Wortham and Groes- bcck, Tex., got a lot accomplished at (heir meeting here. By unanimous vote they approved a five-day week; raised Ihe price of haircuts and shaves; Und voted to fight Communism. Af-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 Day of the Triffids," 8:35; victs 4," 10:15. 'Con- Argentina, shaped like a triangle, is about 900 miles wide in the north, 150 miles wide in the south and 2,300 miles long. Ends tonite: "SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN" Plus "FILBERT" Cartoon teautrette "Having seen 'COME BLOW YOUR HORN 1 , at a special advance screening, I can assure you trio I if is the FUNNIEST motion picture wa have offeree/ in a long, l relaxation, may I urge you to s«e it?" Fran Faille t Mgr, FRaNKSwama ComE BLOW YOUR HORN fll G | RLS IT js PURE ESCAPISM- HIP MY KID BROTHER TO THE FACTS OF BACHELOR LIFE. MOLL* »•—-Ltf J. MULLT DArfOAn* «in.L •*•)•>»•« - ,.~.^™-. COBB • PICON • RUSH •SUffljN - Bute*5Dte |£l Coming Soon! 0 NEW . . as tho MAIN WHEREI . Is being shown Feature EVERY- Jackie 6WSOD PapasDeiJcateOwJition How Sweet It "THE LONGEST DAY" Walt Diinay'i "SUMMER MAGIC" HaUy Milli "FLIPPEfi" "THE HAUNTING" 40-TON BOULDER—James Modena, left, and Michael Shields, both of North Adams, city water department summer employes dig around 40 or '60-ton boulder in path of. 2,400-foot six-inch water line that eventually will feed the Autumn Heights residential development off the Mohawlc Trail. Unemployment Tax Evasion To Be Charged Against 22 BOSTON (AP)-Atty. Gen. Ed ward W. Brooke said today he will seek criminal complaints tomorrow in municipal court, for unemployment tax evasion against 22 employers. In 199 separate counts he will charge the 22 with deliberate refusal to pay faxes totalling $14,126.94 during the past several years. Eight of the firms are located in Boston, three in Waltham, two in Randolph and North Easlon, and one each in Worcester, Rockland, West Yarmouth, Lexington, Bondsville ami Quincy. The division e! Employment Security referred the cases to the attorney general for prosecution after all regular methods of collection had failed. Last Thursday, Brooke filed 143 complaints in Springfield District Court charging nine Springfield men with unlawfully collecting $5,810 in unemployment benefits while they were fully employed. BENMNGTON DRIVE-IN THEATRE Koute 67 - 67A TONIGHT "BYE BYE BIRDIE" "FURY OF THE PAGANS" • Playing I Full Weak Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat., Sun., Mon., Tu»s. Swam Plm - GUNFIGHTAT THE O.K CORRAL RELAX THIS SUMMER the smart way Pay for your vacation with a loan from M-A-C. You get what you need — a little or a lot — fast and easy. And at sensible terms, tailored to your budget NORTH ADAMS 15 BANK STREET MO 3-5347 I'aris Fashions Annual Chapter 90 Sumptuous Fabrics, Hearing Sept. 12 Luscious Colors By PARIS (AP) — Effortless elegance, sumptuous fabrics and luscious colors were the keynotes of the fall and winter fashions unveiled today by Pierre Balmain. Balmain offered a high waisl- ine, but has not lengthened his .lemlincs. For Evening Wear The brilliant colors mostly were reserved for evening wear. The daytime picture is reserved and somber. A favorite theme is the three- piece costume for daytime city wear topped by a half-length matching tweed or wool jacket. One in violet tweed drew applause. So did an all-black outfit trimmed with twin rows of black buttons. Fine detailing, seaming, seam- slotting and careful chic tailoring typify the many little suits. For travel they are topped by straight tweeds or cable woven wools with flapped pockets. The little dress and the slender sheath go right through the day, appearing in dressier fabrics for after 5. There is much black velvet in sheaths for every hour. Many tunics appear in wools, jerseys, or crepes. They are bead- or done in deque brocades for evening. Top of Silhouette Inlerest is at the top of the silhouette. Soft shoulders are cut to (irape into soft bodices with large, wide armholes and very short ki- mona sleeves. Come evening diredoire cape sleeves are shown and emphasized with all kinds of beaded or fancy embroidery, some will) lame flowers. o'clock in the morning at Pittsfield, the Berkshire County Commissioners announced today. Members'of the state Department of Public Works conduct the annual hearing at which the cities and towns submit their requests for Chapter 90 funds for the following year. The annual Chapter 90 highway! work hearing for the two cities! —Lora's Pizza closed for vaca- and the towns in Berkshire coun-|tion, re-open Thurs., Aug. 1st.— ty will be held Sept. 12 at lo'ndv. At Pittsfield THE NORTH ADAMS TRANSCRIPT Published every afternoon but Sundays and holidays from The Transcrlpl Building, 25 Blink St., North Adams, Massachusetts, Second class postage paid at North Adams, Mass. Eight cents a copy, delivered by carrier 50 cents a week. Mail rate $1.75 * month. AIR CONDITIONED BERKSHIRE MUSEUM PITTSFIELD HLITTLE CINEMA Monday thru Thursday 8:15, Friday, Saturday, Sunday continuous from 7. Matinees Wed. 2:30 NOW thru July 30 POWERFUL NEW BRITISH ADULT DRAMA "Warmth, sensitivity and force" —New York Timei Coming July 31 — J. W. Synge'i "THE PLAYBOY OF THE WESTERN WORLD" Filmed in Ireland In color! * MAIN FEATURE FIRST TONIGHT * AST TIMES TONIGHT! "DAY OF THE TRIFFIDS" At 8:35!" "Convicts 4" At 10:15 RO-LA-LUME AWNINGS IT ROLLS IT'S ALUMINUM • Can be slopped at any poil- Ifon, • You gel the amount of shade you want. • InsfcJe-the-Kotne operation optional. • Double undorcoating prevents darkening of iM«rinrs. • IS BEAUTIFUL COLORS • F. H. A. approved, up to three v*Ars to pay. ALL TYPES ALUMINUM DOOR CANOPIES WINDOWS — DOORS SHUTTERS —SIDING FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION Mr. Williams Sales Luc* Rd., WillUrruiown L. E. Russett, Jr., Dial GL 8-4987 Op.n I P. M. to 8 P.M. Starts Toin'w! Big "First Area" Showing! THE MOST WONDERFUL ENTERTAINMENT EVER ASBJROIE ,, .„««* »r l(^l(fl*"l»(« /MiXK(0« iL[SS!«E/L[EADAMS/ONNAWII{/[DV/ARO Also In Color! "JIAOTHRA" ADMISSION $1.00! Children Under 12 Alwayi FREEI ? ,4§ , D X.^ii^s. ' When You Vacation ... DON'T MISS THE NEWS! Arrange With Your Transcript Newspaper Boy For A "VACATION PACK" Rather fKan run the m!c of mining a couple of copies o! your favorite newipaper by having it lent !o a tricut and temporary jtimmor addroif. arrange with your newsboy for our VACATION PACK. WJiilo you enjoy your vacation milos from homo, your newsboy will (avo evory copy of your newsy newspaper while you are gone and deliver them to you upon your return, if you or* der before you leave. You can Icoop up on ad trie newi that happened whil» you were gone . . . not mill a iingle day'i events ol who got married, who di&d or Iha ihomand and one other events of your neighbors and friondi. Aitc your newsboy for fuTI details or use the following Vacation Pack Order: TAKING A VACATION? A VACATION PACK SAVES YOU THE NEWS Many newsy evenls will happen wKile you are gone. Tke besl way to loop up with Iho NEWS is lo toll your newsboy to SAVE every paper tor you whilo on your vacation. Whon you rolurn. ho will dolivor all of them in a VACATION PACK, all in a.nsa) packago, to a oV for your reading. PLEASE uso this convenient Qrdor blant; {or a VACATION PACK and o>a il to your newsboy NOW so you will no! forgot thfs important rJolail before leaving on your trip. VACATION PACK ORDER NAME ADDRESS SAVE PAPERS — STARTINS ENDING . CLIP THE ABOVE COUPON AND GIVE IT TO YOUR NEWSBOY BEFORE YOU LEAVE THE TRANSCRIPT Circulation Departincnl

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