The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on July 27, 1963 · Page 6
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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Saturday, July 27, 1963
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Office: C«nf*f Stro* Adam* News Section Dial 743-1700 — 743-1701 SIX THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS, TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. JULY 27, 1963 Robert A. Groves, Local Navy Man, In Korea Drills Robert A. Groves, chJef boiler- man, U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes A. Lescarlieau of 137 Commercial St., is taking part in Operation Flagpole, a series of Joint U.S. and Republic o( Korea amphibious exercises nesr Seaul, Korea. He is aboard the aircraft car-, rier Constellation on which h«! has served since it was commissioned in October, 1961. The current maneuvers include mock invasion and other offensive and defensive measures. He does not expect lo return to San Diego, tile carrier's home porl, until September, he has informed his parents. Chief Petty Officer Groves, who attained that rank at 28, is now serving his 13th year in the U.S. Navy, in which he first enlisted in J950. Before assignment to the Constellation, he served on the cruiser Salem, the attach carrier Hancock, the heavy cruiser Columbus and the carrier SiianRri- La. After assignment to (he Con- ROBERTA. GROVES stellalion, he took part in its shakedown cruise in the Mediterranean early in 1962 and during this past winter was engaged in combat exercises off the South California coast. He is married to the former Phyllis Borowski of North Adams. They have three children. PIXIE Says ... "There Is a difference in ALADCO'S 'Gentle Touch 1 professional laundering." Why Not See For Yourself And Give Yourself More Time With Your Family And More Time for Carefree Summer Living. TELEPHONE NOW T^'V, 4 ,««' Adams 743-0505 Laundering . . . Dry Cl*«ning Rug cleaning . . . Storage Fur Cleaning Diaper Service "Thruout Berkshire County" Summer Cruise Dance Planned By Country Club For ils next social event the Forest Park Country Club has planned a Summer Cruise dinner dance Aug. 10 at the club, It was announced today. The evening's program will in elude cocktails and canape from 6:30 to 7:30, a spaghet dinner at 7:30, and dancing fro: 9 to midnight to music by Bo Trottier's Band. Sport clothes attire for ever} one, in keeping with the deslgni lion of the affpir, will inclnd Bermudas, shifts and slacks. The arrangements commilte consists of Mr. and Mrs. Josep Taveres, Mr. and Mrs. Franci Astoriito, Mr. and Mrs. Thoma F. Haggerty Jr. and Mrs. Phili Lominski. Tickets are now o sale at the club and by commi tee and other club members. Tripped Over Past MAUMEE, Ohio 1*1—Ricky Gu vas, 15, appears to have stumble literally over a relic of the Wa of 1812. He stubbed his toe while play ing along the banks of the Mau mee Hiver near his home, Look ing down, he found a haif-burie cannonbnll. The spot is across th river from the site of Fort Meigs and Maumee historians think th shot may have been fired durin a siege a century and a half ago MISSING Thre« moMri old collie P U PPY- Perfect whifu collar, whifa tip- pid tail, brown fact, $10.00 reward for return or {or information ai to hit whereabout*. Mining lines 5 p. m. Sunday from Outlook Avinu«, CFitihir*. Pnont 743-3225, Second Red Cross Free Swim Classes Planned Aug. 5-15 Another series of Red Cross sponsored free swimming lessons, the second of [he 19*3 season, will be given Aug. 5 to 15 at Anthony's Pool, off West Rd. Ralph E. An thony Jr. chairman of the wafer safety program of Berkshire County Red Cross chapter announced today. Mr. Anthony's announcement also included mimes of the 41 children who successfully passed the swimming tests given at (he con elusion of the first series June 24 to July 5. The second series is lo be spoil sored from funds allotted to the Junior Red Cross program Classes will be held for begin, ners, advanced beginners, intermediates and swimmers, Instructions are free of charge with a nominal fee charged for the use of the pool. Registrations will be accepted at Ibe pool from 11 a.m to 9 p.m. starting Monday. The instructor of Ihe earlier class was Mrs. Charles L. Jacsch ke of Cheshire. Certificates at testing to their successful com plction of Ibe course have bee: presented to all of the class mem hers Mr. Anthony sail! today. The classes included IB beginners, M\ advanced beginners, 12 inlerme dintes and five swimmer.?. Certificates were awarded lo he following: Beginners, Timotln Brown, Dnvid Asaevicii, Patricia Tarsa, Susan Stachura, Kalhy Sta- churn, Robert Brown, Janet Leaveiis, Daivd Samson, Karen <ozik, Cynthia Belch, Aim Marie Asaevich, Dennis Pinsonneault, 3avid Pasternak, Michael Viani, Ronald Lemoine, Bryan Jozcfiak, Debra Gazaillc, Barbara Wells; idvanced beginners, Gary Koeher, Gregory Chiltenden, Mark Forlier, Gerald Lemoine, Paul Viani and James Koehler; intermediates, James Jozefiak, Gail Ouellctte, Renee Chnrbonneau, Marsha Jozefiak, Roberta Brown, EMERGENCY BLANKETS — The Adams branch of the American Red Cross yesterday donated two blankeH to th» police, deportment for use in the police station wagons in casoi of injury in accidents. From left, at presentation in front of police headquarters, are Pa- frolman John Szymanski, Chfef Frank P. Kopec and Ralph E. Anthony Jr., coun- iy water safety program chairman, who made the presentation. (Transcript Photo by Charles J. Hoyo. Karen Shaw, Dorothy Armala Barbara Jryzk, Beverly Herzog (alliryn Dilk, Constance Cluva •k aiul Paul Viani; swimmers lieryl Johnson, Craig Johnson Susan Gebrowski, Paula Jozcfiak and Jay Fortier. i» <It«' Hospital Diane Simon, S-ypar-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonsc Simon of 18 Maple St. underwent eye surgery yesterday at Hillcrest Hospital in Pittsficld. Aime Roy of (52 Spring St. is a patient for medical treatment and observation at North Adams Hospital. He was admitted there Vcducsday. Town Calendar Tonight PUBLIC WHIST parly sponsored by St. Michael Society, 8 p.m., downstairs hall at the Summer Street Hall. Table and special prizes. Tomorrow ST. THOMAS' CHUHCH. Communion Day for all girls of Ihe parish. Coming Events GOLDEN AGL' CLUB public whist party Monday at 2 p.m., American Legion Home. LEGAL Henry G. Cooper To Preach Sermon On Negro Question 'What if You Were a Negro?" is (he topic chosen by the Rev. Henry G. Cooper for his sermon at the Protestant Churches' Union Summer Service tomorrow morning at 10 in the First Baptist Church. Mr. Cooper, pastor of the First Congregational Church, will also read the Scriptures as well as present the answers to some of (lie questions which deal with the current racial prejudice problem. Other portions of the service will be conducted by the Rev. Robert W. Sansoticie, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church. The music program by the First Baptist Choir will be directed by Walter S. Vogt. Tomorrow's service will be the final one nt the Baptist Church. Starting AiifJ. 4 the remainder of the summer series will be at the First Congregational Church with the Rev. Andrew M. Kilpatrick Jr. pastor of the Baptist Church, in charge and music by the First Congregational Choir, The services are open to the public. Briefly Told Mrs. Josephine Meier of 12 Columbia Ter., proprietor of Meier's Beauty Shop, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Suessman of 119 Friend St., Mrs. Frank Kolodziej of 5 Temple 51, and Miss Gertrude Dale of 43 Columbia St. are to leave tomorrow Tor a week's vacation at Alexander, Putnam, Conn, During Mrs, Meier's absence her shop will be closed. Commonwealth oF Massachusetts BEKKSHffiE. ss. PROBATE COURT To nil persons jnlnreslecf In the cs late at ARTHEt MOLLEUR late of Ariams in said County, deceased- ! A petition has been presented lo s?id Court for probate of a certain istmmcnt purporting to be the last •ill and codicil of smd deceased by Augustine Molleur of Adams In the County of UeiKshire, praying lhat the be appointed executrix thereof without giving a surety on her bond. ff you desire to object Ihefelo you your attorney shold file a written appearance in said Court at Pills- field, before (en o'clock in the forenoon an trie twentieth day of August 1963, Ihe return day of this citation. Witness, F. ANTHONY HANLON, Es- lire, Judge of said Court, Ihi's twenty-fourth day of July 1963. JAMES V/. CAROLAN, Register July 27-2$-Aug. 5 DECKER'S 31 Columbia St., Adams For Superior Fur Storage Did 743-0780 Y«s! For the besf cleaning and storage, Dial us and we'll do fhe rest. SPECIAL BLANKETS, Cleaned and Finished—(no electric) $1.09 1,000 T.V. Stamps to fhe Lucky Cusfomar. LAST WEEK'S WINNER: Mr. Eugene Densult Cheshire pickup and delivery Tuesday and Friday, North Adams Daily. MEIER'S BEAUTY SHOP 12 Columbia Terrace Closed For Vacation July 29-Aug. 3 REOPEN AUGUST 5TH Convenient Goods anil Services , For Adams People By Adams Peopltv FOR ALL! • Legal Beverages • Swimming • Camping and Picnic Area Kill s Hiclc-Away Route I I 6 — River Rcf., Savoy ... THE BEST IN TOWN! EVELYN'S PIZZA'S ar» 10 Good! . . . Wonderful Sauce! . . . Crusl Just Right , • , Wide Choice of Toppings, EVELYN'S SNACK BAR 171 Grove St. 743-2396 Want to Repair or Remodel Your Home? Ask About Our Low-Cost Home Improvement Loans. Berkshire/Bank A TRUST th /COMPANY COUNTY— WIDE-BANKIN3— WISE ADAMS • ALUNDALE • NORTH ADAMS • PITTSFIELO • STOCKBRIDGE Mflmbor Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ALLURING! CHARMING! \^ SO BEWITCHING! 4? '' A WORLD OF COMPLIMENTS AWAITS YOU FOLLOWING YOUR VISIT TO ADELE'S DISTINCTIVE HAIR STYLING . . . ALWAYSI BEAUTY SALON 56 SUMMER STREET DIAL 743-0337 For the Time of Your Life . . Have a Back-Yard Cook-Out! ... And Gel Your CHARCOAL CHARCOAL BRIQUETTES AT STANLEY'S! 5 Ib., 10 Ib., 20 Ib., Bags • ASK ABOUT OUR PATIO PLANS! STANLEY'S LUMBER, HARDWARE 20 North Summer Street TEL. 743-083! ... WHEN YOU BUY NOW! OUR SUMMER PRICES NOW IN EFFECT! Call J. E. Arnold for Be if Nesting Coal at Low Summer Prices! JOHN E. ARNOLD COAL - FUEL OILS • CEMENT 40 Spring St. Dlo)743-OI57 INSURE AGAINST "FIRE " THEFT " LIABILITY " ACCIDENT . . . Any RMI SM Pm* *^«d,« «rf AETNA for Superior C*v*ro9* o*d S«r<k«! F. J. GALUSZKA INSURANCE AGENCY 57 SUMMER ST. DIAL 743-1391 PLUMBING PROBLEMS? Dial 743-1565 No fob It too complice fed for ui. Our work it txper*, prompt ind courteous, Alberf Del-sle &Co. 3 Dean St. 743-1565 Reg. No. 5285 ... EASY TOO! Wide selection of your favorile WINES-BEER-ALE-LIQUORS GKEYLOCK LIQUOR STOKE 35 DEAN ST. 743-0372 t 7 If your brake pedal feels soft, sTnfcs all the way to the floorboard, then Mr. you're- in trouble. Get braking safety before you need ir — fct us service your car today! MEL & BILL'S PLEASANT STREET GARAGE 2 Ploaianl St. Dial 743-2060 BACK FROM VACATION Open MONDAY. JULY 29 C«H for Pick-up and Delivery! C onnie's lean ing Service Richmond Lon»— 743-1494 MMibw at N.f.O. »l»ct 1*47 if You Get if Double Stamps WITH ALL SUMMER FILL-UP ORDERS OF COAL CALLUS NOW! Adams Coal Association, Inc. (9 Columbia Street . HOWARD.. Jownsonf LUNCHEON, DINNER. COCKTAILS. OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK AIR-CONDITIONtD ROUTE 2. WILLIAMSTOWN TYDOL Heating Oils OF EXTRA COST FUELTANKS To Our Customers Call About Details! OIL DRUMS, TOO! BOWE OIL, fnc A Dependable Soorc* of Supply 99 Howlond Ave. 743-0545 Ralph C. Tower, Mabel Tower, Props. SUM?... TRIM?... Drink Squeeze Dietetic Soda! Available in 6 Delicious Flavon 10 07. Bottles Less Than 3 Calories Per Bottle! ORANGE SQUEEZE BOTTLING COMPANY 190 Howland Ave. Dial 743-14)0 Lunch at The Cresl! ... A R«al Treal! Slop »l fh« Cieil for the most tempting sandwiches in lowni Our own Ics Cream, fool PARK STREET ALUMINUM AWNINGS - CANOPIES Liv» m comfort undtr an Aluminum c*nopy[ Add Btauty lo your home tool C^IJ lor Evtimrties! C. W. Window 72 Orchard St. 743-3970 WINDOW M ft k a your homo cooler with a iturdy window fan! • Wide Size Rango • Prices Reasonable Paradis Electric 13 Columbia St. Dial 743-0963 ...The Perfect Gift! FLOWERS Stuck for • Gift Idea? Sana 1 FLOWERS from FILIERE'S! NValconnd en All Occasion!) FILIERE'S FLORIST Mr. and Mrs, \V«IUr Grande, Propl. 146 Bsllevue Ave., 743-0605 CUSTOM • MADE SEAT COVERS Your choic. of Ubrici ... All fiH.d lo your c«r lor « fit! Slop for •stimatos, DEAN'S UPHOLSTERY DEAN ST. 743-0539 SAVE MONEY ON YOUR OIL HEAT! $i CCtfl 743-0114 Cheshire-Adams Oil Co. MAIN ST., CHESHIRE for quick delivery or HEATING OIL • cuts filler and nozzJe clogging up to 84%l * greatly reduces service call expense! > burns honor nnd clc.inerl I I i SADLOW AUTO BODY SHOP DEAN STREET DIAL 743-3222

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