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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 27, I9&3 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THREE Berkshire Railway Receivers Named Attys. Albert W. Silverman of Pittsfield and Robert J. White of Boston were appointed yesterday ' us co-receivers for the financially troubled Berkshire Street Railway Co. by Referee in Bank- BFANINGTON DRIVE-IN THEATRE Route 67 - 67A Tonight, Sun., Mon., Tues. Plus GUNFIGHTAT THE UK CORRAL ruptcy Paul W. Glennon of Boston. The appointments were made following a short recess at a hearing in Pillsfield yesterday during which Alty, Norman J O'Connor of Adams, representing the Berkshire Co., nominated Judge John J. Dwyer of the Lee District Court for the position. Other attorneys nominated, Silverman and White. Notice of a sale of Berkshire property Aug. 5, was posted yes terday by Ihe Internal Revenue Service. A previous sale was halted when the company filed a jbankruptcy petition. Silverman, however, said he would try lo gain postponement of the sale until the co-receivers could find out where they stood. - The sale is being held to salis- 'fy a claim against Berkshire. Local Intelligence •—Administration was allowed yesterday in Probate Court in the estate of Mrs. Blanche Crofls of North Adnms. There was no bond to indicate the size of the estate, For All Your Cleaning Needs Call Ihe Specialists FUR STORAGE Petri's 329Sta'cRd. MO 2-2415 Also Office at 50 1 /; Ashland Street PARAMOUNT Phone MO 3-5295 HELD OVER! 3 More Hilarious Days — Must End Tues.! FRaNKSiNama, Come BLOW YOUR HORN Pittsfield Girl Winner of First BCC Alumni Award The first Distinguished Alumn Award of Berkshire Community College has been presented to Miss Kathleen A. Tremblay. of Pittsfield, the college annoimcet today. Miss Treinblay graduated will the class of 1962 at the college and for the past year has heen attending the University of Mas sachnsetts and majoring in Eng lish. During her second semes- Icr at the University she receivec a 3.8 average on a 4.0 scale. This near-perfect academic accomplishment earned her the college's Alumni award. Tiie award in (he form of some book on English literature was presented to Miss Trcmblay at' ler her selection by a committee at Ihe college made up of the Director of (he college, the Dean of Faculty, the Dean of Students and the Dean of Women. Miss Trcmblay was graduated from Piltsfield High School in 1SI50. She won two awards at IHe Commencement exercises at Berkshire Community College in June of 1962 r B $25 book award for proficiency in English owl a $300 scholarship to be used at ,bc University of Massachusetts Ihc following September. She has just heen awarded an $1,100 scholarship and teaching assistantship at the University for her Senior year. Miss Treinblay plans to do graduate work when she completes her AB requirements. Her goal is a Ph.D. degree in English. She wns a Dean's List student at Berkshire Community College and achieved a 3.8 average at her last semester al the local college as she did in he: second semester at the University. The college plans to present a I Distinguished Alumni Award lo one former student each year. Retarded Clinic Bill by St. John Held Up for Study A bill filed by Sen. Edmund n. SI. John Jr. (K-Adams) (o establish a clinic for mentally retarded children in Berkshire County has been held for further study by the slate Senate. Thursday the Senate on a voice •ote and without debate voted to hold the bill (or further study on^ the recommendation of its Ways and Means Committee. It means there is no chance For action on the bill in this session. It will have to wail until he legislative session next year. Personal Paragraphs City Clerk Cornelius E. O'Brien started a two-week summer vacation today. In charge at [he clerk's office at City Hall while he is away will be Mrs. Viola B. Desnoyers, the assistant city clerk. LEE J " WOUY DftHBARA JH._ RMN-RUSH-Sl^HN-BLraER-Ma-Htt Jadde fiteaswr Also'NEW (~. In COLOR! ~ How Sweet It Is.... ^Papa's Delicate faHlitfofi Disney's "SUMMER MAGIC" THE NORTH ADAMS TRANSCRIPT Published every afternoon but Sundays nntl holidays from The Transcript Building, 25 Rank SI., North Adams, Massachusetts. Second class postage paid at North Adams, Mass. Eight cents n copy, delivered by carrier 50 cents a week. Mail rate $1.75 a month. AW-PLEASE DON'T GO! WcM miss you! And besides, why spend your vacation away from (he Bcrkshircs? You can really holiday ul home with your Berkshire Bank & Trust vacation loan. Like, maybe, day camp for the kids. .. season tickets to . Tanglcwood ... suppers out.. . sleep late .,. Sound good? Yes, we know you're all packed! You promised to take Grandma to Disneyland? And thanks for the vacation loan? Well—you're very welcome! Just scad us a picture postcard. ; ADAMS / ALLENDALE / NORTH ADAMS : PJTTSFiELD STOCKBRIDGE '"-A .'' Member ~\ ./"!./ / Federal Deport 6 O U N T Y—W IDE- BANKING — W IBS.: Insurance Corporation Mercury Zips To96andNo Relief Seen The mercury zoomed lo ail official high of % degrees here yesterday to tie the season's high, the city engineer's office reported. Record high temperature foi July, set July 18, 1953, is 100 degrees. More of (tie same is predicted for today and tomorrow. Headings in the high and mid 90'a are anticipated today from northern Maine (o southern Con necticul. The only place to get re lief will be the coastal areas where some light winds will cool things off. Otherwise it will remain partly cloudy, hot and tunnid with a chmicc of scattered thunder showers, 'Art' Cinema, Store, Restaurant For Greenfield Construction of a $1.5 million Howard Johnson restaurant and motor lodge, the opening of Montgomery Ward order store and gas station and the building of an "art" cinema in Greenfield wns announced Friday. The Howard Johnson's will be located on the Mohawk Trail loar the intersection of Routes 2 ind 91 and the Montgomery Ward store and gas station at 23!) Main SI. The site for the theater has yet to be announced. Adams Man, Wife Hurt in Two-Car Crash in Lanesboro An Adinns man and wile both suffered minor injuries m a two- car auto crash on HI, 8 in Lanesboro yesterday. Stanley Ramccki, M, and his wife Slacia, 63, of 5 B St., Adams received scrapes and bruises when their car was struck by a vehicle driven by a 16-year-old Lanesboi'o girl. Mrs. Ramocki also sustained a black eye, police suid. j Since State Police may press charges against the Lanesboro juvenile, they refused to release her name, She was uninjured when she collided with the Ra-i mocki vehicle as her car crossed Rt. 8 from Old Slate Road, Three Syracuse GE Pickets Suspended For 'Misconduct' Three employes of the General Electric Co. at Syracuse, N. Y., members of the International Union of Electrical Workers have been suspended from their jobs for, according to the company, "misconduct and violence on the picket lines 1 ' during a one-day strike July Ifi. One was suspended for 24 weeks, another for Ifi weeks and the third for three weeks. Damage to automobiles and interference with, employes seeking lo enter the Syracuse plant were among Ihc charges. City Calendar Tomorrow MASSACHUSETTS STATE GUARD VETERANS and Auxiliary will have their regular meeting at 3:30 at the home of Cnulr. Raymond Lewis at niifi South Church St. Refreshments will be .served. Still Seek to Learn If Miss Hardman In Earthquake Area Efforts were continuing today to learn the whereabouts of Miss Hulda Hardman of 1101 Massachusetts Ave., who may have been in or near the city of Skopje, Yugoslavia, when it was shaken by a severe earthquake early Friday morning, According to a letter received yesterday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hardman Jr., Miss Hardman had planned to leave Athens, Greece, late this- week to travel to Munich, Germany via Yugoslavia. The only railroad connecting Athens and Munich runs through Skopje, where it is estimated that 2,000 or more persons died in Ihe earth- Archie L Alderman Funeral services for Archie L. Alderman cf 8 Crnndall SI., Adams, Spanish-American War Veteran, retired garage owner and former Irustee of the Adams Free Libraiy, who died Thursday night will be held tomorrow afternoon at. 2 in the A. C. Simmons Funeral Home, Adams. Burial wiH.be in Maple Street Cemetery, Adams. Calling hours at the funeral home will be from 2 to 5 and 1 lo 10 p. m. loday only. The Rev. Andrew M. Kilpalrick Jr., pastor of the First Baptist Church, Adams, will officiate. Mrs. Louis Bessette Funeral services for Mrs. Ada (Montgomery} Bessette, 80, of 28 Prospect St., Adams, widow of Albert A. Zolrek Funeral services for Albert A. Zollek of 14 Richmond Ln., Adams, who died Thursday, were held at 8.30 this morning with a high Mnss of Requiem in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church following prayer services al 8.15 at Ihe Blo- ttinr?. Funeral Home. The Rev. Bronislaus Jachrimo- wicz officiated. Last night the Rev. Aloysius Budnick recited the Rosary with the St. Stanislaus Koslka Society. Bearers were Casmir Kuza, Stanley Duda, Stanley Baran, John Wajda, Peter Paciorek and Armand Heinz, Burial was in St, Stanislaus Cemetery. quake. Among the buildings de- Louis Bessette, who died Friday strayed was the railroad station.[morning, will he held Monday; A i C/./.».U«*.k: £B to reach Miss Hard- at 9 : :iO at the A. C. Simmons Fu- AtigelO (-OCCheftl, 68, Attempts hy cable in Munich have been unsuccessful, efforts being made today lo ascertain just when she left Athens, Rohane Arraigned In Petersburg, Given Continuance John Rohane, 18, driver of a death car Ihat killed a 17-year- old local boy July 17, pleaded nnoccnt of two resulting charges before a Petersburg, N.Y-, just- ce of the Peace last night. Appearing for arraignment be- 'ore Justice of the Peace, Harry R. Nyberg, Rohane and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ro- ncral Home, Adams. The Rev. Robert Sansmicic, pastor of the Methodist Church, Adams, will officiate and burial will be in Bellevue Cemetery. Visiting hours today are from 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9. There are no visiting hours Sunday afternoon but friends may call at the funeral home Sunday evening from 7 to !), Henry W. QuirUon Funeral services for Henry William Quinton, 63, of 4Bli W. Main St., who died Friday morning at North Adams Hospital, will he licit! Monday at fl a. m. with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St. Francis' Church.. Burial will be in the tamily lot in Souihview Cemetery. Calling hours at the Flynn & Roach Funeral Home be today and Sunday from 2 lo 4 and 7 to 9. lane asked for a continuance in order to obtain counsel. A hearing on the charges, speeding and driving with an ex-j Funeral services for Mrs. Ah pirecl license, was continued until bie (Mitchell) Meacham. 71, of'from Mrs, Abbie Meacham Retired Lpomfixer Angelo Facchelti, 08, of 113 State St., husband of Emilia (Pavoni)l Facchetti, tiled yesterday at the Veterans Hospital 'in Northampton. Born in Italy he had lived in North Adams for the last 52 years. A retired loomfixer, he was a part-time custodian at St. Anthony's Church, of which he was a member. Fie was a veteran of World War I, a member of the Sons of Italy, the Eagles Club and (he American Legion. Besides his wife, he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Joseph Fachini of North Adams; two sons, Francis of North Adams and Peter of Brockton; two sisters and one brother in Italy and eight grandchildren. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem in St, Anthony's Church. Burial will be in CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS NEW DURAFORM SYSTEM Smoother, Faster, Better! Call W. L BOLT MO 3-5640 Free Estimates Souihview Cemetery. August I. Bail was set at $250. A passenger with Rohane July Visiting hours at the Monlagna Home for Funerals will be tonight 7 to !) and Sunday from 2 North St., Williamstown, wluV( o 4 an( j 7 [ o 9. died Friday at St. Claire's Hos-l car left a curve on a country road, two miles east of North Hoosick, N.Y. village. 17, Glenn Barry Trudeau of 89,pital, Schenectacly,, N. Y., will y « Gallup St. was killed when the'be held Monday afternoon at 2:30 rmFCp llU/HPT in the Sherman-Burbank Memor- ' IUI °^ U "' IV/) ial Chapel, Williamslown. The Rev. John Wiley, pastor of the South Pownal, Vt., church will officiate and burial will be it] Bellevue Cemetery, Adams. Visiting hours at the Hopkins Funeral Home Williamstown, will be from 7 to 9 on Sunday. In lieu of flowers friends may make donations to the Williamstown District Nursing Assn. Woman Badly Hurt In Vermont Crash After Stroke At Berkshire Downs Op«n Doily I P. M. FREE CIRCUS ACT TODAY * SUNDAY WELDE'S BEARS •4:30 - 7:30 - 10:30 P. M, _ "Yonile, Mon/4 FrC7:30 P. M7 FREE CROSSCUT . ?5 Free G»moi —Cssli Pfiio!_ ~ Tonile 7:30 P. M. BALLROOM DANCING Bobby Xaye TONITE COLLEGE MIXER Cryilfll Tones You must be ovor I 8 SUN. —ALL FREE WEIGHTLIFTING MEET 4 BOZO THE CLOWN Nexl W«»V Mon. Thru Sim. FREE CIRCUS ACT LAMBERTINI Comic Rope Walker 4:30-7:30 - 10:30 P. M. Every Tuesday DOLLAR DAY _ RIDE ALL DAY FOR »l "WED. KIDDIES DAY" Sc OFF ALL RIDES Rl. 5, Holyolin Musi. MILTON, Vt. (AP)-Two men were killed last night and a woman critically injured in a two car, head on collision on U.S. 7 in this northern Vermont town. Dead are Fred A. Smith, 63, of Montreal, and Warren H. Young, 31, of South Burlington. Taken to Mary Fletcher Hospital, Burlington, in critical condition, was Smith's wife, Violet, 53, who police said was the driver of one car. The other hospitalized victims arc George D. Watson, 41, ol Bank|cek Hill, Ont., his wife, Jane, 39, and daughter, Susan, 15 Morgan Horse Show At Tri-Counfy Fair Eleven national championships will be decided today and tomorrow at the national Morgan horse show at the Tri - County Fair Grounds. In the only championship decided yesterday. Maryannc Murphy, 12, of Harrington, R- 1 -. wor the national saddle seat equitation title for riders under 18. She was tlie youngest competitor. At the Movies PARAMOUNT: "Come Blow Your Horn" — 1:10, 4:55. 8; ' ! " v ' "Papa's Delicate Condition" — 3:10, 6:55. ADAMS: "The Music Man" — 8 20; "Cyclops" — 7:00, COURY'S DRIVE-IN: "Bye Bye Birdie" _ 10:10; "Mothra"—fi:30. HOOSAC DRIVE-IN: "The Rav on" — 10:0">; "Sampson and the Seven Miracles of the World" — Mrs. Meacham is survived by several nieces aud nephews liV' ing in this area, Mrs. Carlo Modena Tlie funeral of Mrs. Carolina Modena, 82, of 30 Walnut St., widow of Carlo Modena, who died Thursday, was held al 9.30 this morning with a High Mass of Re- qiiiem in St. Anthony's Church. The Rev. Richard noccapriori officiated. The Gregorian Mass was sung by the choir and Mrs. Gabriel Rcmco was organist.. Burial took place in Souihview i Cemetery with the Rev. Armando Russo officiating. Bearers were Ernest G. Gamache, Richard F, Sheldon, Donald F. Sheldon Jr., Nicholas A, DelNegro, Joseph Prengruber and Peter Milcsi. Mrs. James Welch Funeral services for Mrs. Lillian Ann Welch, 78, of Lincoln j St., Powual, Vt., widow of James! Welch, who died Thursday after- 1 noon in a Bomiinglon nursing; home, will be held (his afternoon at 3 in the Pownal Methodist Church. The Rev. James H. Bafiley, pastor, will officiate and bni'ial will' be in the family lot in Oak Hitlj Cemetery, Pownal. Charles J. Wlkesnian Sr., of Salem Depot, N.H., a horse owner and trainer, died unexpectedly j Friday. He was 49. Witkesman was stricken at r Meredith Willsor& Berkshire Downs in Hancock and died shortly after being admitted to a hospital in Pittsfield. He had been connected with the racing field for many years and his horses had appeared at both Berkshire Downs and Rockingham Park in Salem, N.H. Funeral services will be held Monday in Salem. Dr. Arthur L. Mazzu out of town July 27 through August, 8. —adv. HELD OVER! • Three More Days.. .Ends Tues.! THE MOST WONDERFUL ENTERTAINMENT EVER EVER! .. KffiWJES .•<t . Also, In Color! . MothrcT | Admission Only ST.00! Children Under 12 Always FREE! Starts This Wednesday!, The True Story of John f. Kennedy! II 1 flQ" The True Story of I U I At Approximately j 8:30! I I Now Playing! ENDSTOM'W! !! 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