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Office: C»nt«r Strot Adams News Section Di»l 743-1700 — 743-1701 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 5, 1963 Boy Accidentally Hit by Arrow; Not Seriously Hurt 'Ronald Phaneuf, 9, was treated Sunday morning at H in the emergency room at the W. B. Plunketl Memorial Hospital for slight injuries to his right eye after being accidently struck by ail arrow shot by another boy as they played. The arrow did not enter the eye but struck below it, hospital officials said and caused only an abrasion. The boy, son of Mrs. nita Phaneuf of 30 Friend SI. was discharged after being given a tetanus injection. He had been taken to the hospital by his mother. Patrolman George Little investigated and learned that the boys had been playing with bows and arrows, one a homemade one and the other a store-purchased toy. He reported that the injury was accidental on the part of a 10-year-old boy who shot the arrow, a blunt-tipped shaft. Higgins Training At- Camp Buckner Cadet Michael J. Higgins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Higgins of 15 Quality St., is engaged in field training at Camp Buckner, N.Y. Cadet Higgins is a member of the CInss of 1960 at the U. S. Military Academy at West Point. During the summer training session, the cadets receive first hand knowledge oi infantry skills needed for future military lead ership. The 18-year-old cadet is a 19C2 graduate of Adams Memorial High School. Birth " Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Ostrowski of Cheshire are parents of a daughter born early this morning at W. B. Plunked Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Ostrowski is the former Margaret Martin. ADDITIONAL NEWS of inlereit lo Adami reader* Kill be found in the Northern Berkthire Area New* Section on Page 3 of The Transcript. ' First Hitchhiker Arrested as Drunk A Cheshire man hitchhiking in front of. the Post Office last nigh at 8 was arrested for drunken ness by Patrolman Norbert P Pillion and Norman A. Gamari after they had stopped when the noted his thumbing. Although the man was m charged with soliciting rides, h was first arrested as a result o a Selectmen-ordered police clamp down on thumbing rides. He was surrendered this morn ng for violation of probatior after pleading guilty of drunken less. A 30-day sentence impose! March 12 hangs over his head. When the man told Judge Join A. Barry that he has an appoint nent for an operation in a vel erans hospital next week, h was asked to prove it and wa given a continuance until tomor row to produce his appointmen slip. Marilyn Bieniek Makes Dean's List Miss Marilyn A. Bieniek, daugl ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Walle Bieniek of 66 Park St., has he lame on the dean's list for th spring semester at Weslfield Stat College, where she will be a senio September, it was announc ed today. Miss Bieniek, secretary of th Student Council, has been activ n extra curricular events at th College, A I960 pro merito graduate o Adams Memorial High Schoo: she was class treasurer, assistan editor of the year book, membe of the chorus, historian of th FTA, member of the GAA, am unior promenade committee isherette for the senior play am ionic room captain for the maga zine drive. P03.YCHROM BIG SAVINGS AD Sizes - Full Guarantee As Low as $9.95 plus m* ond reeappable Hre OPEN DAILY 8 A.M. - 9 P.M. SUNDAY 9 to 8 P.M. Dealers in AMOCO Gas & Oil... Atlas Tires & Accessories "FOR A SQUARE DEAL ON A ROUND TIRE" COME TO.,. Central Garage 50 COMMERCIAL ST. DIAL 743-1870 Herbert Mahar To Speak in Holyoke Herbert Maliar of 23 Jordan St., will be the speaker at a meeting of Holyoke Chapter, of the Yankee Division Veterans' Assn. Wednesday night at the chapter headquarters. Mr. Mahar, who is general chairman of memorial services to be held next Sunday afternoon on Mt. Greylock by the World War Veterans of Massachusetts, will speak on that theme. Drove Too Close, Hit Cor, $10 Fine John Demastrie of 49 Curtiss Terr., Pittsfield, charged by Reserve Oflicer Samuel Delmolino wilh following another automobile too closely as a result of an accident July 27, pleaded guilty in District -Court this morning and was fined $10 by Judge'John A. Barry. Fred Kurpiel of 3 Baskin Ln., was the other driver involved iti Ihe accident, witnessed by Patrolman Delmolino. Bon Voyoge Party Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sliwa of 27 Richmond Ln. entertained at a bon voyage party in honor of her sister, Mrs. Adam F. Lang of 9 Edward Ave., yesterday afternoon at their home. The affair, a lawn attended by 45 member: Gajda family, and featured a buffet lunch and social program. Mrs. Lang is the former Jsabelle Gajda. The centerpiece, a floral arrangement, was designed with a three-foot high plastic replica of an ocean liner as the central motif. Mrs. Lang was presented a light weight traveling bag. Mrs. Lang is to sail from New York City Aug. 17 on the liner United States for a vacation trip to Europe. Red Cross Swim Class 2nd Series Draws 150 Pupils Wilh an advance registration of some 150, the second series of Red Cross sponsored free Hoellerich of Bucklin Rd. for ... ". , ..twinning the barrel roll,-tire toss swimming classes began at ll| and Al|stralian ' Hoellerich, Gagne Win Cycle Trophies Two members of the Hoosac Valley Motorcycle Club won trophies at a national rally and field meet yesterday at Caroga Lake, N.Y., sponsored by the New York Slate Motorcycle Dealers' Assn. Three trophies went to James this morning at Anthony's Poolj^™ awarded the high point trophy of the day for accumulating the most winning points for all Whist Parly Saturday night whist party winners at the St. Michael Society event, were Mrs. Haiel Carpener, Mrs, Sophie Ziomek, Willard Denley, Martin Szafranski, Mrs. Vellie Pytko, Mrs. Mary Baker, Mathew Kruzel, Mrs. Betty Slatery and Mrs. Rose Maroni. Special winners were Frank Pytko, Mrs. Betty Slattery, Mrs. Harvey Bedard, and Mrs. Hazel Dziok. The St. Michael Society will have another whist party next Saturday night. Playground Activities Tomorrow's activities at the Adams Playgrounds include: North Summer Street Field: San Soks to play the Pirates; Girls Softball teams play at 1.30 with Bowe Field Girls. Russell Field, ballet classes at 9 a.m. Renfrew Field, crafts at 1.30 p.m., lanyards to be made. Bowe Field, ballet classes 10.15 ..in. Girls to play softball at 1.30 p.m. at North Summer Street Field. Typo Title Back In Boston Town ST. LOUIS (AP) —The baseball championship of the Union Printers International has returned to Boston for the first time since 1048. The Boston team broke a five- year Washington stranglehold on the crown by posting a 10-3 triumph Saturday. Boston pitcher John Ball scattered 10 hits and allowed no walks. Bob Motroni had three hits for Hie winners including a Iwo - run double in the fourth inning when Boston scored six times. a friend indeed! YOUR LOCAL INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENT! Doctor, lawyir, Indian Chief or juit plain John p. Citinn you'll find your local independent Insurance Agent * fnind thai c«n So counled en when tho going geh A little tacky. After «!l, when you BUY INSURANCE, YOU BUY SERVICE TOO!.. . .and your local independent egenf it conttanHy re*dy to be of service to you when a claim— larqe or imill—ariiei. Got in insurance qimliort? See your friend, your local Independent iniurence egent'for the answer. Adams Association of Insurance Agents YOUR/K «.«*v'jf It 111 Y i \j i»tt_f 11 f. 1. &.Uak. Themptwi t Lliwttt Inwranc* off West Road. The classes, open to beginners, advanced beginners, intermediates and swimmers, will be held today through Friday or this week and from Monday through Thursday of next week. Miss June Bebko of Richmond is instructor. Registrations will still be accepted through tomorrow. Instructions are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Funds for the current series are from Junior Red Cross allotments. Instructions are free with a nominal charge for use of the pool. Briefly Told Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Degere of 32 Temple St. are vacationing this week at Emerald Lake, Dorset, Vt. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Russell E. Juif and their two children moved today from 14 Murray St. to '4 •e they recenl- .ise from Mr. and Mrs. Louis Belanger. Mr. Juif is a pharmacist at the Park Street Drug Store. Mrs. Juif, the former Claire Lawson, was formerly employed in the Northern Berkshire Registry of Deeds. party, wasJHarding Ave. where ters of tile |y purchased a lion events. Bernard Gagne of 4 West St. received a trophy for winning an apple dunking contest. Given Continuance On 4 Auto Charges James H. Nutter, 60, of 21 Hoosac St., charged Friday wilh drunkenness, drunken driving, dangerous driving and leaving Ihe scene of an accident, pleaded not guilty in District Court Saturday morning and his case was continued until Aug. 16 for trial. The defendant reportedly was involved in an accident on Commercial Street with a vehicle op- eraled by John Couture, 20, of 33 Crandall St. Follows Too Close, Pays $5 in Court Charles F. Galligan, 62, of 84 Cromwell Ave., Pittsfield, was fined S5 in District .Court Saturday morning after he pleaded nolo lo a cbarrre of following another automobile too closely on Commercial Street July 7. The complainant was Patrolman George Little. Cheshire Mrs. Stanley S. Tworig — Adams 743-1598 Kuza-Delmolino Miss Carole Jean Delmolino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Delmolino of 40 Dean St. and Frederick M. Kuza, son oi Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kuza of 59 Valley St., Adams, were married Saturday morning at St. Mary of the Assumption Church. The Rev, William H. McAuliff, pnstor, performed the ceremony at 10 o'clock. John Guercio, organist, accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Jane Sta- vaski. Miss Nancy Weslowski of North Adams was (he maid of honor for her cousin, Oilier cousins who served as bridesmaids were Miss Diane Dziok of Pittsfield, Miss Petra Cencia and Miss Kathy Weslowski of Nortli Adams. Cynthia Kulpa of Adams, a cousin of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. The best man was Edward Kulpa of Adams, a cousin of the bridegroom. Ushers were Edward Tarsa and Robert Turoczy both cousins of the bridegroom from Adams and Michael Delmolino of Pittsfield, a cousin of the bride. Steven YVeslowski of Lenoxdale, a cousin of the bride served as ring bearer. r.rirfe's Dress The bride, escorted lo the altar by her father, wore a gown of silk organza over laffetla. The fit- led bodice was designed with a bateau neckline trimmed will) Alencon lace. The long tapered sleeves formed a point at the wrist and the bouffant skirt was enhanced with Alencon lace motifs appliques. The back featured a butterfly pouf also accented with the lace motifs and the train was cathedral length. Her bouffant imported silk illusion veil was fastened to a lily design Aurora crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and slephano- tis around an orchid center with moUier oi pearl braid trim, and the train was cathedral length, Fler bouffant imported silk illusion veil was fastened to a lily design Aurora crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stcphanolis around an orchid center with mother of pearl braid trim. The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore identical gowns which were full length in Dior blue nylon sheer over taffetta. They were designer vith a Berth neckline edged with pink organdy motifs with fitted bodices and bouffant skirts. Their matching petal headpieces had fly away veils. The maid of honor carried a basket of deep pink roses and white baby breath white net (rimmed with ivy. The bridesmaids carried baskets of pink roses and ivy with blue baby's breath. Flowrr Girl The flower girl wore n gown ot blue nylon sheer which had a scoop neckline and brief puff sleeves. The bouffant skirt was designed with a pick up at the hemline and was accented with roses. Her headpiece was a cir- clette of roses. She carried a lace basket of deep pink roses and while baby's breath. A wedding reception was held at 12:30 p.m. at the St. Stanislaus Hall in Adams. The bridegroom is employed as salesman at the Bay Stale Clothing House in Adams. Following a wedding trip to the Cove Haven resort in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania Mr. and Mrs. Kma will make their home at 10 Church Si. To Recite Rosary The Rev. William H. McAuliff, pastor of St. Mary of the Assumption Church, will lead the recitation of the Rosary tonight at 8 at the Median Funeral Home Pittsfiold for Ihe late Mrs. Frank Best of Berkshire Village. Selectmen to Meet The Selectmen meet tonight at 7.30 in their office at the Town Hall. Around Town All the nltnr boys of Si. MBIT of the Assumption Church will meet tomorrow night at S:.10 nt the church to prepare for the Forty-Hour devotions which will open Friday morning at the 8 o'clock Mass. * * * Novcna devotions in preparation for the Feast of the Assumption will be held daily at St. Mary of the Assumption Church following the 8 a.m. Mass. * * * The Mothers' Association will meet tomorrow night at 8 at the Town Hall. Scarlet Raiders To March In Pittsfield Parade Plans for participation in the Pittsfield Parks Mardi Gras parade tomorrow night and for an ouling next Sunday at Ocean Beach, Conn., were completed by the Scarlet Raiders PNA Drum Corps at a parents and boosters' con-iiillee meeting yesterday. Corps members are to leave at 5:45 p.m. tomorrow and meet at the front entrance of Pittsfield High School. The parade will start at 7 p.m. For Sunday's outing, by chartered bus, the group is to leave at 7:15 a.m. from the Victory Street Hall. Coj-ps members are reminded to take lunches and bathing suits. Additional information may be obtained from Walter C. Zepka, corps director. It was decided to hold another meeting Aug. 13 to further plans for a third annual corps sponsored festival of music and mo lion Sept. 8 in Adams. Micheol-Dimitropolis Miss Shirley Mildred Dimitrop- olis, daughter of Mrs. Felicia Dimitropolis of 26 South Willow St. and Charles Dimitropolis of Adams, became the bride of Robert D. Micheal of 24 South Willow St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lamberl Micheal of 701 North 121 West Ave. Dululli, Minn., Saturday morning at 9 in St. Thomas' Churchi The Rev. Joseph T. Harrity officiated and celebrated a nuptial high Mass. Mrs. Donald Marcotte played traditional wedding march es. "Ave r'iria" was sung during the Mass. Mrs. Wilfred Martin of Springfield was her sister's matron of honor. The bridesmaids were another sister, Mrs. Leon Collard and Mrs. Jesse Voiles, a friend of the couple. Miss Terry Grandi of Springfield, a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Wilfred Marlin of Springfield, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Peter Kupiec and Jesse Voiles, friends of the couple, were ushers. Master Peter Dimitropolis, Ihe bride's brother, was ring bearer. Escorted by Brother Escorted by her brother, Anthony Dimilro|»lis of Indian Orchard, Ihe bride wore pure silk organza over taffeta and net in waltz length with round neckline and semi-full skirt and a frosted organza jacket with long pointed sleeves. Her silk illusion veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and crystals, She carried a prayer book trimmed wilh pompons and baby's breath with ribbon showers and trailing ivy. The matron of honor had a pink chiffon dress in street length with ro'jnd neckline, short sleeves and cummerbund effect at the waist. Her matching hat of flower petals had a face veil. She carried a basket of blue pompons and while baby's breath with streamers. The bridesmaids had sister gowns in blue and pink respectively, fashioned from frosted organza over taffeta with bolero jackets an-1 bell shaped skirls. They had matching crowns and lace veils and carried baskets of pink and blue pompons, to contrast with the gowns, baby's breath and streamers. The flower girl had a sister dress and hat lo match the matron of honor's gown except the color was blue. She carried a small basket of pink and blue pompons wilh matching streamers. A reception followed at the Victory Street Hall. The wedding cake v, .is made by a neighbor, Mrs. Joseph Lefebvre. After a wedding trip through Canada, Mr, and Mrs. Micheal are to reside, temporarily, nt 26 South Willow SI. For traveling Ihe bride wore a blue and white striped jersey dress, blue accessories and corsage of white pompons. The bride attended Adams Memorial High Schoo! and is a part- time employ of Uie Adams Laundry anil.Dry Cleaning Co. The bridegroom was graduated from St. Margaret Mary School at Duluth, Minn.and served a three year tour 'of duty in the 0. S. Navy. He is employed at Dewey & Almy Chemical Co. !Town Calendar Tonight Tot in Car Fall Gets Minor Bruises Andrew Briggs, 4, son of Mr.' PRUDENTIAL COMMIT- and Mrs. Sherry Briggs of 76 tee, Adams Fire District. Meets Summer £, reived onily minor «,*££**,$& Woman , s bruises when he tumbled from a R4]|ef Corps p;cnic mceling s slowly moving automobile Sat- o'clock a t th e home of Mrs. urday afternoon. He was a pas- Charles Weatherby, 158 California senger in a car that was being Ave. Pittsfield. Members to take driven from Dean's Upholstery prizes. Shop to Mel's Servicenter, both CARPENTERS' UNION Local on Dean St. In some manner the:395, meeting 7:30 p.m., Carlier door opened and the child fell club, out. He was taken at once to W.B. Plunketl Memorial Hospital where he was examined and as no injuries were found he was returned home, In Hollywood By BOB THOMAS AP Movie-Television .Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP) — A year ago today the news flashed around the world: Marilyn Monroe is dead. She had died in a Brentwood bungalow, her lifelong insecurity apparently having driven her to a fatal dose o! sedatives. She was 36 and the world's most famous blonde. * + * No event in recent Hollywood history caused a grealer outpouring of words on the news wires. Now, a year later, she remains in the public consciousness Poels wrote odes to her. Artists have found her tragic figure a subject for paintings. Eassayists have cited her as a symbol of today's bitter search for success. A full-length feature composed of scenes from most oi her movies in theaters across the nation. A biographical documentary has played "and re-played on television. Re-releases of her films have had success, especially in Paris. * * * Today's anniversary will find her crypt at Westwood Memorial Park decorated with floral sprays. At other times there has been no unusual observance of her pass' ing—except for the six red roses which Joe Dimaggio ordered in perpetuity. With a year intervening, H might be more possible now to assess the legend that. Marilyn left behind. It seems inevitable that she would be a star. Never before had so many rich and diverse elements combined to produce excitement and appeal. There was the saga of her orphan upbringing. The rise from chorus girl to star. The aura of romance and the three marriages —the cop, the baseball immortal, the playwright. * * * She had the knack of attracl- ng headlines without seeming lo. I don't believe she ever went after publicity; things just seemed lo happen to her, and generally for the best, The nude calendar, which might have been a disaster for another starlet, was a boon for her. Her physical attributes needed no elaboration. As for her acting skill it was more than sufficient for what she was required lo do; she even developed into an accomplished cominedienne. Site could be delightful company in her moments of elation. Her public face was always with the warm moist smile and the dancing eyes. But there were other times that only a few close friends ever saw, when she was stricken with doubt and despair. She must have nil one of those times a year, ago. PAST PRESIDENTS' COMMIT- TKE, Berkshire District Ameri- 1 can Legion Auxiliary, bi-monthly meeting at the liome of Mrs. Ignatius Jezyk, Cheshire Harbor, following a covered dish supper at 6:30. Members to provide food ilems, turn in handmade aprons and make returns on a fund raising project. ADAMS HIGH SCHOOL'S 15lh anniversary reunion committee meets at 8 in Milter Annex of IhS Adams Free Library. Tomorrow | ADAMS POST AMERICAN LEGION will meet at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Home. The nominating committee will present a slate of officers for the coming year. Lunch will follow. NOVENA DEVOTIONS in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, 7.30 p.m., St. Thomas Church. GOLDEN AGE CLUB outing at Wbalom Park, Fitchburg, Group to leave by chartered bus at 8 a.m.. from American Legion Home. Because 'Of the trip the usual weekly meeting of the club will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. Reception Planned For Fr. McAndrews Mrs. Adolph Rodowicz, grand regent of Court Sancta Regina, Catholic Daughters of America, announced today that she has received a general invitation for all members of the court to a reception for the Rev. James F. G. McAndrews SJ following his first Solemn High Mass in his home parish church, St. Thomas Aquinas, Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock. She urges that as many members as can to attend. O'Leary, Champ, Leads NH Field Children's Carnival Assists MD Fund A group of children in the Enterprise Street neighborhood slag'- ed'a carnival Saturday afternoon to raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Fund. Liesel LaRoche, 14, oi 17 Enterprise St., and Stella Rouller, 13, of 18 Enterprise St., were in charge of the event, assisted by other youngsters including Kerry and Dennis Klein, Leah and Peggy Lewis and Denise LeGrande, all of Enterprise St. and Leo Romanos of Bieniek Ave. The program included a puppet show, "The Last of the Dragons," adapted by Liesel LaRoche from a fairy tale, and various games for which prizes were given. Tile carnival raised $20. Briefly Told Mr. and Mrs, Walter Belouin and children Walter Jr. and Kathleen of Union, S. C., formerly of Adams are spending a two-week vacation with their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leo LaFrance of 64 Commercial St. Rubber Stamps Marking Devices - Supplies Engraved Name Plates CALL Northern Berkshire Mfg. Co., Inc. 17? Brace well Ave. (Cor. Houghton St.) North Adams MOhawk 4-9803 KEENE, N. H. (AP) —Defending champion Jim O'Leary of Portsmouth leads a field of over 200 into the first half of tile 36- hoie New Hampshire Open Golf Tournament at Keene Country Club today. Other lop pros on hand include Bill Ezinicki, Bob Crowley and Jay Dolan, nil from Massachusetts, and Les Kennedy of Pawtucket, R. I. Crowley is the leading money winner in New England over the past two years, Ezinicki has won every New England Open tournament at least once and Kennedy is a former New Hainps h i r c champ and the current Vermont king. Host pro George Kamal especls the long ball hiltcrs lo have a field day on the fairways but adds the pulling could be very tough. The 6,141-yard course has a par of 3G-3B—72. Leading amateurs in the field will include Warren Tibbetts ot Manchester. Bobby Morganslern won Hie New Hampshire amateur title last year and is the New England intercollegiate champion. Western Samoans race huge tugboats called fautasi. Evolved 'rom whale boats, the fautssi ikim across water propelled by •in or more oarsmen. The coxswain heals out the rowing lempo on a tin can. Wig Look MIAMI (AP) — Miami Newsj columnist Al Volker learned of a woman who spent $350 for a wig, put it on, then asked her husband how he liked her new hair-do. "Terrible," unsuspecting husband growled, "it looks jusl like a wig." WALTER J. SWIATEK Will modernizs your bathroom with first quality KOHLER FIXTURES • Minocqua Bath • Weil Worth [avatory • Hampton Lavatory CALL US TODAY FOR OUR FREE ESTIMATES WALTER J. SWIATEK Reg. No. 4877 4 East Hoosac Street Dial 743-0762 "WIIE1IE TO GO I OH A HOME LOAN?" I... The Best Loan, That Is!) W» know thai this question pops info fho minds of many people who are interested in building or buying a home. We're not going to make any claims here ... all we say is this: BEFORE YOU MAKE A DECISION AS TO WHERE YOU WILL PLACE YOUR MORTGAGE ... COME TALK WITH US. 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