The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on August 6, 1963 · Page 4
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FOUR THE NORTH 'ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT Mil* Nor"' of Ufrum Circl* IOX OFFICE OPEN 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Phon. 785-8559 Op*<n Tomorrow Night Eddi» Rich pr«l«nll Margaret Whiting Eves. 8:40 Sal. 5:30 * 9:15 Sun. 8 P.M. Tickets Jt Box-Oflice. by mall or phone 785-8559. Child Fret with each paid ticket for 5:30 Sal, show. Tickals also Peebles Jewel Shop, Sun. Aug. 11 at 3 p.m. "PINOCCHIO" Llvi ChMdren'i Show Next We<k BARBARA GILBERT "THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN" House Passes Outlay Gash For Boiler Plant, Tower The House yesterday passed » $45,27 million stale capital outlay budget that includes money tor building a boiler plant at the slate college here and rebuilding Mt. Greylock's War Me- rnorial Tower. As passed, the budget for stale building projects was 56-32 million more than Gov. Endicolt Pea- rjorfy recommended and J70.000 ligher than the $45,2 million favored by the House Ways and Means commillee. Major Victory For backers of the $800,000 THE NORTH ADAMS TRANSCRIPT Published «Tery afifmoom but Sundays and holidays from The Transcript Building, 25 Bank St., North Adams, Ma«- sachusetls. Second class post* age paid at North Adams, Mats. Eight cents a copy, delivered by carrier SO cenli a week. Mall fate $1.75 a month. North Adams State College project and the $306,000 memorial rehabilitation, yesterday's action was another major victory. Gov. Peabody's budget had not included funds for either, but they were inserted through the efforts of local legislators by the Ways and Means Committee. The Senate has yet to take action on the capital outlay budget, Education is getting a large percentage of the capital outlay budget that will be financed by long-term bonds. The University of Massachusetts is receiving slightly over $6 million for construction projects, half of that amount going for a new administration building. Tried For Hike Rep. Michael P. Feeney, D- Boston, tried to up the educational ante by getting $7 million for the proposed Massachusetts Bay Community College in Boston instead of the $300,000 ear- Williamslown THEATRE Air Conditioned Willliimlown, Man. Tel. 453.4146 August i-IO — O'Ntlll'i Mo»t Famous Ploy Long Day s Journey Into Night SPECIAL CUSTAIN: 8:00 P.M., TUJSDAY - SATURDAY Ticket Agency Peebles Jewel Shop N.xf: Ch«ev'f Irllltant Droma THI CHERRY ORCHARD He was unsuc- is designated for marked for i cess fill, Six million construction of classroom build ings and other facilities needed lo activate the new Southeastern Massachusetts Technological Institute. The Lowell Technological Institute is to get $2.1 million for a. physical education building. Among the ether projects, quite a bit of money is allocated for state hospitals and mental hospitals. Mental Health The Department of Mental This includes: $1.68 million to build a community mental hospital in Lowell; $1.75 million for a mental hospital in Fall River; $4.4 million for construction at Danvers State Hospital; $2.8 million for buildings Jt Westborough State Hospital; $75,000 for planning a community mental hospital in Springfield. The Department of Natural Resources will get $1 million for improving and developing state recreation facilities. Engagemenf Phyllis A. Shepard To Wed Gordon Hall Miu. Phyllis Shepard oi 2 Granite SI,, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Phyllis A. Shepard, to Gordon Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo LaCasse of 8 Pinnacle Lane, Adams. Miss Shepard attended Adams Memorial High School and Mr. Hall attended schools in Adams and North Adams. He is employed by the Wall-Slreeter Shoe Co. The couple will be married Aug. 17 at the home of the town clerk in Adams. At the Movies PARAMOUNT: "Summer Magic;" 2:20, 5:25, 8:35; "Yellow, stone Cubs," 1:15, 4:25, 7:35. COURY'S DRIVE-IN: "PT Health received a high percentage 109," 8:50; of the'bond issue. Ijects, 8:25. Selected Short Sub- TUESDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 6, 1963 Old - Time Steam Locomotive Pulled Through City On Ifs Way fo RR Museum; Stops Hour in Wmsfown (Photo on Page One) Arm resident* who recall the old days of railroading blinked their eyes yesterday when they saw a' steam locomotive roll along the track of the Boston & Maine Railroad. But it wasn't chuffing along under its own mighty power. It was hooked ignominiously be tween two flat cars in an eastbound freight train. And its appearance didn't signal the 'revival' of the'Old Iron Horse on the B&M. OB Way to Museum A relic of the Reading (Pa.) Railroad where others of its family are still in use, the steam locomotive was en route from Reading to Steamtown U.S.A., a railroad museum in Bellows Falls, Vt., where it will be preserved permanently. During an hour-long operating stop of the train in Williamstown, some 15 persons including several children seeing their first steam locomotive, gathered in the railroad yard and climbed in and around the sleek black chugger, Old timers reminisced about the romance of railroading in the old days of steam. To Bellows Falls Following the hour-long stop to set off and link in cars at Williamstown, the freight train with the locomotive three cars ahead of the caboose, snaked its way through this city and the Hoosac Tunnel. The locomotive had been shunted north from Reading to Mechanicville, N.Y., where the B&M picked it up to haul it to "Smartest Husband in Town" That's what she calls me since we've been using Transcript Classified Ads to raise extra cash for happier living. 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There il was to into another freight train leading north to Bellows Falls, according to Ernest Konopka of 614 West Shaft Rd,, local representative of Steamtown. Enjoy Day While Able, Rain Coming Enjoy today while you can • the weatherman sees cloudy skies to- ziornw with showers by nightfall. And those showers will continue into Thursday, lie adds. But until Iheti, we've got it made - not in the shade but in in the sun. Tonight will be clear and comfortable. Old Sol beamed brightly upon North Berkshire from the first cock crow this morning and hrough the day made the work- ng stiffs yearn for the golf course and or the beach. Yesterday saw the mercury reach an official zenith of 72 and nadir of 54 in the city. At 8 a.m. today it was at 58 degrees. Two Firms Bid On Audio Visual Unit for McCann Two firms bid yesterday on audio visual equipment sought by the McCann School but no one bid on a blueprint machine it wanted. Bailey Audio Visual Service of Worcester would sell the regional vocational high school 14 of the 16 items at $2,431.75. Hallenbeck & Riley of Albany, N.Y.i wants $2,71)9.80 for 11 of ;he 16 items. The bids will be considered when the McCann Committee meets Thursday night at the school. BETSMNGTON DRIVE-IN THEATRE Hniitf 67 - 67A Last Showing Tonight THE MAIN ATTRACTION and DRUMS OF AFRICA Wed., Thru Sat. JWROBERISO TtCHNICOtOR GETTING HIS FIRST LOOK — Terry Lee Davis, 4, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Davis of 621 West Shaft Rd., gets his first look at real locomotive as this one stopped in Williamstown enrouta to a museum. Mr. Konopka of 614 West Shaft -Rd., local representative ef Steamtown U.S.A., explains the Iron Horse to him. Highway Iloiid ISSH« $135 Mil lion Bill Passed, Veto Power Watered Down BOSTON (AP)~-The Massachusetts House early today yielded :o a demand from Gov. Endicott feabody and passed a $135 mil,ion highway bond issue after watering down a provision giving immunities veto power over lighway routes. In place of the vole, (he House nserlec! a compromise provision ;hat would set up boards of arbi- :ration to settle any disputes between communities and the Department of Public Works. Boards of Arbitration The boards would consist of a mayor or selectman anil a rep resentative of the DPVV with the .hird parly named by ihe olhe two. If the two couldn't agree, the governor would name the third board member. Last week the House amended the bill giving the veto power to all 351 cities and towns in the stale. Originally the measure granted the veto to 10 communities. The governor said he would veto the bill if the broad local veto were retained. Three-Hour Debate Debate on the measure lasted three hours before a compromise was offered by Rep. John F. .X Davoren, D-Milford, House majority leader. In ttw course of debate the House rejected a motion to strike out the veto power altogether and also voted against killing the en- ire bill. Among those voting for the. compromise provision was Rep. Mary B. Newman, D-Cambridge, who last week had offered the jeneral veto amendment. Dr. Arthur L. Mazzu out of town July 27 through August 8. —adv. Ends Walt Diiney'j "SUMMER MAGIC" Haley Mills Tonite! In COLOR. Plus "YELLOWSTONE CUBS" Starts TOMORROW THE INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED HIT JUST AS IT WAS SHOWN IN THE MAJOR CAPITALS OF THE WORLD! international jtori who QIV« the performance! oi their Irves F. ZANUCX'S THE DAY IH feet b f COtNft HJi * nt*tr **' ci»>«i-r»i Cenffnuout Daily from I to I I P. M. $«• "THE LONGEST DAY" .t: 1.15 OS 7.50 Pricei For "THE LONGEST DAY" only: Mutintei 75c for Adulli Ev.i. l«lc. 1.00 - Orch 1.25 (to inc.I Childftn Und«r 12 Yn SOc Anytime Sorry, P««ei Not Accepted During Tfiii Eng«o,«m«ntl - MUST END TONIGHT! "PT 101" at approx. 8:50! Shorts at approx. 8:251 STARTING TOMORROW! Big First Area Showing! * "A SMASH! A KNOCKOUT! i famed columnist HEDDA HOPPER s»ys , 55 DAYS THAT STUNNED THE WORLD The story of raw courage pitted agains fantastic odds when the Boxer Uprising exp qde< ' in exotic Peking kt! IN COLOR/ SAMUEL BRONSTON msms lEsfl • BARDNER •Nil PLEASE NOTE! Out >o the magnitude of thii magnificent movie there II b* only on* feature plus »elected ihortil Show ttartt «t Approx. 8:20 & "PEKING" «t«rti «t Approx. 8:451 (Pleat* note early times!) AMI ni-Moii FIRST SHOWING PATTERSON n. IISTON CHAMPIONSHIP W«HT

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