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TWELVE THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 10. 1963 Berkshire Downs Racing Decision Due Next Week Whether Berkshire Downs al Hancock will get 24 extra days of racing may be decided by the House next week. The measure, passed Wednesday by the Senate, was read into the House at an Informal session yesterday. It was referred imme dislely to the Ways and Means Committee. Action will come Better Homes In Any Price Rang* Are Northern Homes W. L Bolt MO 3-5640 Large Level Lots With Sewer and Water when the committee file* its re port and recommendation. Thai probably will not be Monday bul may be any subsequent day. Rep. Wallace B. Crawford of Pittsfield, author of the order which brought a sensational in vestigation of the award of racini dates at Berkshire Downs and. 6 some of the early history of the track, said yesterday he believed the House would turn down the bill. He satfi he based that opln ion "on the voluntary, unsolicitec expressions of legislators, boil Democratic and Republican, from all areas of the stale. The gen eral impression is," he said "that the bill smells." Judith Montgomery Given Farewell Party Co-workers at Sprague Electrii Co. gave Miss Judith Montgom cry of 24 West End Ter. a fare well party at the Paradise Res taurant in Bennington, Vt., Wed nesday evening with approximate ly 12 persons attending. Miss Montgomery, who was employed as a secretary anc stenographer in Spragne's Sale Department, is leaving New York today for Inglewood, Calif CLOSED NEXT WEEK FOR VACATION REOPEN AUGUST 19 Two Qoversville Renewal Officials See Project Here * Two official* of the Urban Renewal Agency of Glovtrsvilte, N. Y. were in North Adams yesterday to'observe the Cneler Street renewal area. Paul C. Wilson, executive di rector of the North Adams Redevelopment Authority, said the city of Gloversville is planning a similar project wiihln a General elghUslicxx! Renewal Plan area. Eugene S. Grover, chairman of the Gloversville agency, and its executive director, Brendon Garritv -"ere taken on a four of the Center St. site by Mr. Wilson. Mr. Wilson said the two men wanted to observe a finished re newal project and to discuss certain problems they might en counter in their own city. Next Tuesday John Williams executive director of the Rede velopment Agency in Burlington Vt. and a group from that city will visit 'North Adams to view the project. Marriages Today Miss Sandra L. Doran of 105 Bradley St. and Michael 0. Mor rissey of 35 High St., at 10 o'clock in St. Francis Church. Miss Jacqueline M. Belouin o 46 Hudson St. and Peter R. Mellin of 117 River St., at 10 o'clock in St, Francis Church. Miss Adeline L. Sacco oi 2 Veazie St. and Michael J. Pla velzky Jr. of 96 Maple St., at 10 o'clock in St. Anthony's Church Miss Alice R. Dupre of 50 Prospect St. and John Onorindo Tomasini of 9 Glen St., Adams, at JO o'clock in Notre Pame Church. Miss Laurentia A. Windover of 91 Maple St. and Ralph W. King of 6 Sheldon St., Springfield, at 329StateRd. MO 2-24 1 5 Also Office at 50'/j Ashland" Sfreet For Creylo«k Park State Cutting Subsidy To Housing Authority The State Housing Board is cutting back this year for the iec- ond time in 10 yean ill subsidy payment to the North Adams :ousing Authority for the opera- on and support of Greylock Park, w Veterans Housing project in IB West End. This was revealed today when State Auditor Thomas J. Buckley, made public a report of an an- ual audit of the Authority's accounts. Previous Maximum Since the 65 frame dwellings ere built in 1952 at a cost of 909,000, the State Housing Board as contributed Ihe maximum sub- idy of $22,750 each year except ne, to make up the difference Between the amount paid in rent by the tenants and the operating nd debt service costs. The one xception was in 1956 when the ubsidy was reduced to $18,004.95. But the auditor's report says 'The actual Commonwealth con- ribution to be received by the Authority during the fiscal year ncling June 30, 1963, is only $19,25 as the State Housing Board indicated that there will be a contribution reduction of $2,80( rom the maximum." It notec hat the Authority's quarterly report had reflected the maximum ubsidy and suggested that this >e adjusted to slx)w the actual imount to be paid. On the 40-year $909,000 bond is iiie floated to finance the project, he report notes, $751,000 is still jwed, to be paid off in installments over the next 30 years The interest charges in the remaining 30 years of the debt will amount to $281,576.15, bringing the total amount to be paid in debt service over that period to $1,032,576.25. The report shows that In the period from July 1, 1962 to May 31, 1963, the Authority received $34,130 in rent and miscellaneous income of $1,568.64 for a total Dr. Yelle's office will be closed of $35,704.64, while operating ex until Aug. 19.—adv. '"" *"•"•""••"«"* U.45' o'clock in St. Francis Church. Deteais of the weddings will appear in The Transcript Monday. ties, repairs, maintenance and replacement, insurance and • $2, 145 payment to the city hi lieu of rent amounted to $17,585.29, leaving an operating income balance of $18,119. But it had to pay $31,250.93 for debt service in principal and interest and set aside (2,860 for operating reserve and p 692.72 as a debt service re- -crve for » total of $36.803.65, leaving the Authority with i loss before the commonwealth con tribution of $18,684.30. Deterioration Noted The auditor remarked that it was noted that the clapboards on some buildings have deteriorated due to weather conditions and the sidings are not fully protected by paint, and that in some instances roof shingles had begun to curl It also suggested that the Au thority consider providing retire ment benefits for its employes who now have none. "Most Kous ing Authorities provide this fringe benefit for their employes," the report said. Submarine Makes its 13,000 Dive GROTON, Conn, (AP)-The submarine Sarda, an old - timer launched at the close of Worlc War H, has set a record for mos dives ever made by an American submarine. The Sarda recorded its 13,000th dive Thursday. Now a training ship stationec at the Navy submarine base here the diesel-powered Sarda was al ready due to receive a Navy ef ficiency award, so the presentation ceremony was .conducted while dive No. 13,000 was in progress. The Sarda was launched Aug 24, 1945, at the Portsmouth Nava Shipyard in Portsmouth, N.H. Her commanding officer is Lt, Cmdr Edward Wood. penses — for management, util- until Aug. 19.—adv Dr. Yelle's office will be closec Annual Exhibition Jy Area Artists Aug. 17 to Aug. 21 The annual exhibition of paintings by artiste ot the Northern Berkshire area and Southern Vermont will be held at the Wil- ianu College Museum of Art [rom Aug. 17 to Aug. 21, accord- ng to an announcement made ;oday by Stephen McNicol, assistant to the director of the museum, who is in charge of this annual exhibit. A preview of the exhibit will be held Aug. 16 from 7 to 9 o'clock for the contributing artists and their friends. Invitations have been extended to area artists by Mr. McNicol to submit works for the exhibition. All paintings must be submitted on or before Aug. 14. Pomona Grange Fair Scheduled Sept. 14 The annual fair of Berkshire North Pomona Grange will take place Sept. 14 in the Williamstown Grange Hall. Announcement of Ihe date was made following a North Pomona meeting Thursday evening with Hilltop Grange in Windsor. It was also announced that the fancy work contest will be judged Sept. 1. At the Windsor meeting supper was served at 6:30 and at an 8 p. m. business session Mrs. Daphne Sears of Swansea was the speaker. The next meeting will be held with the Cheshire Grange Sept. 12 when officers will be elected. It was announced that Home Community Service Committee reports are to be sent to Mrs. Alice Marshall of New Bedford. Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred G. Saul- nicr of 275 Kemp Ave. sailed today from New York City aboard the Carribbean line ship Provence for a seven-day cruise to Bermuda and the Bahamas, Annual Memorial Service On Mt. Greylock Tomorrow Plans t,rt complete for the second annual memorial service, sponsored by the Department of Massachusetts World War I Veterans tomorrow afternoon at 4 on the summit of Mt. Greylock it was announced by Herbert Mahar of Adams, general chairman. The public has been invited. The program will consist of the: reading of the World War ! ritual, prayer by the Rev. Andrew M. Kilpalrick Jr., pastor of the First Baptist Church of Adams, a volley of shots by a firing squad From Dr. George L. Curren Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, of this city and taps by a Curran Post bugler. Mr. Mahar will be master of ceremonies for the memorial service and for a speaking program to follow. Visiting Dignitaries WWI Dept. Cmdr. William E. Campbell of Boston and Roger Hemond of Granby, Department Commander of the Yankee Divi sion Veterans Assn. are expected to be among the visiting digni taries. Mr. Mahar said that he had received a telephone call from Bos- Ion stating that Gov. Endicott Pea body would be unable to attend Because of a previous commitment. It was not indicated, Mr. Mahar said, whom he would desig- ate to represent him al the affair. The WWI department chaplain, he Rev. Albert Saunders of Cam>ridge, also will be unable to participate as he is hospitalized. All area veterans' organiza- ons have also been invited to participate. A contingent of Yankee Divi- ion Veterans' Assn. members rom several Western Massachusetts communities plan to attend Vlr. Mahar said. He is to meet IB caravan in Coltsville and escort them to the summit. Floor and Wall Covering • Genuine Formica • Armstrong Linoleum • Kenfile Product • Ceramic Wall Tile • Sandran • Metal Tcims Gazzaniga's Wallpaper, Paint and Tile MO 4-9530 Cor. Bank & Summer Sis. North Adam* Trees in sandy and loam soils re hit by lightning more often nan those in clay, marl or cal- areous soils. We Shall Be CLOSED for VACATION from Aug. 12-17 Open for Business As Usual Men., Aug. 19 PUPPOLO Appliance Co. 139 State St. MO 3-6492 SALES ARE | UP |AT ADAMS 'CAUSE FOLKS ARE CHECKING PRICES! Berkshire County's QUALITY Markets PARK STREET Open Wed., Thurs. and Friday till Nine SUMMER STREET ARTERY ARCADE Open Wed., and Open Dally till Ten Friday till Nine NORTH ADAMS FRIENDLY SERVICI NORTH ADAMS PEOPLE * NEGLECTING YOUR FIGURE? ... Isn't It Tim* You Took Care Of Yourself 7 Marion's Will Improve Your Circulation . . . Give You Glowing Skin . . . Help you feel young again! Marion's Health Salon 81 Charcfc Street Marie* Derdls, Prey. EASY PARKING — MO 2-22*5 B* Htalrhy, B* Slender. Be BeaaHM General Trucking Company Jottph A. Fausrini, Prop. Tel. MO 3-6674 • Cinders for Sale • Rubbish Removal • Gravel • Loam • Limeston* • Appliance Moving • Trucking Anywhere in State Amelia Salvatare Hair Removed •trlctly *"• PeBwIletlee. Confidential Hair Gen* Forever MOlMWk 3-300! 143 BraceweH Ave., N. Adam CALL A MASTER aECTRICIAM For AB Kinds of • Horn* t Commercial • IndastrM ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AND REFAlftS ISBELL ELECTRIC CO. !3 Ban* Street Umwl BWr, Prop. Did MO 3.30*1 "Smariy" Style for August Beautiful Hair Needs Care With the hot lummir lun doing d«m«g. ia your h.ir tli* tim. io correct (Mi ii b»f°r. your p.;m»- n«ni B.iutiful hair n««di or., If juif doein't happen . . • ind color in btiufrful ihad.i ihould.b* don* professionally. FOR ALL YOUR BEAUTY NEEDS CALL EMILY'S BEAUTY SALON 20 Ashland Street MO 3-5420 AIR CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORT HAVE YOU THOUGHT ABOUT WHAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO LOOK LIKE WHEN YOU RETURN TO SCHOOL? W»U — WB *u* pr«p*r«d to b«lp you , • . ft I« thi Lift!* Gfrl foolc for tti« big girl, too , . . wffK fashion that wfJI thrill you**nd wait* up your hair . . . Do/i'* put it off ... try on* then fry «noih*r . i i you ratify wrJI lilt* th«m *lf, Op*n ilv dflyi * week, with or without an *p> pomtmant. Open ThuruUy «ncJ Friday NigMi until 8 by appointment* OUR SALON IS AIR CONDITIONED —WITH AIR COOL DRYERS Richard's Beauty Salon 16 BANK STREET MO 3-9735 Don't Wait Until Something Happens . . . Start Enjoying A.L.A. Protection Now! Contact Edward J. Lawton 460 Church St., North Adams Phone MO 3-9146 After 6 P.M. EXPLANATION WITHOUT OBLIGATION SHARTRAND'S Burner Service Licensed for All Types of Oil Burners All Work Guaranteed CALL ADAMS 743-1390 FOR PROMPT SERVICE REDUCED AGAIN! STRAW HATS; By $t*phtn L* Sfttson PANAMAS ft COCOANUT STRAWS Thif Wort R»duc0d From $5.95 *o $3.95 Now Only $2.95 Nov«r Conn*cU<* In Any Way With John B. Stafion Co., or Pr«d«c«isofi A. Lopreta's Hat Shop 24 l«*k ttrwt. Ope, Trawertpt AFTER A DAY ON THE WATER Relax with The Cooling Beverage of Your Choice ... WE HAVE YOUR FAVOR IT! McSHEElVS DRIVE-IN PACKAGE STORE 524 UNION STREET "At the Five Roads" Open Daily 9 A.m. te 10 p.m. ALL TYPES I Only $7.00— Blue I While 48" Awning $3.00 I Only Hi.42 PUin Grean 9O" Awning $10.00 I Only $23.30 Gr««n t Whit. 96" Awning $13.00 DANIELS I9-2J State Street - FREE ESTIMATES - All Kinds of HEATING INSTALLATIONS, PLUMBING and REPAIRS HAUN & SON DIAL MO 2-2806 41 SUMMER ST. Lie. No. 5465 HERE IT IS. THE NEW POLAROID COLOR PACK CAMERA THE WORLD'S MOST ADVANCED CAMERA COLOR PICTURES IN 50 SECONDS BLACK & WHITE IN 10 SECONDS New Film Pack Loads in 7 leconds — Shoots Black and white anywhere in the house without flash or wink light. FOR EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 37 Eagle St. The Photo Shop MOhawk 2-2079 PLUMBING - HEATING We Specrdlie In COMMERCIAL & INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATIONS R. I. BAKER Reg. No. 4868 1» Johnson St. Dial MO 4-9491 COMPLETE Exterior and Interior Decorating Painting, Papering, Floor Sanding. Let Us Help You Plan Your Decorating Nowl OUR MEN FULLY INSURED ALDO'S Just Over the Overposi 145 SKrte Street MO 3-6T5S » INSURANCE by Mayflowtt Pirotecti >gBiMt wotry care-free moving day* MULLEN- MAYFLOWER DIAL MO 3-3774 SWEDISH GLASSWARE CIGARETTE URNS WITH MATCHING ASHTRAYS, LOVELY COMPOTES AND CANDLESTICKS, COVERED CANDY DISHES, PITCHERS IN ASSORTED SIZES, VASES AND BUD VASES. Mohawk Gift Shop Margeref A. Lambert!, Prop. 114 Main St. Dial MO 4-9560 After Fishing . . Refresh With Your Favorite Beverage From PACKAGE STORE (Cavaii* & Montagna) 135 State St. MO 3-5745 We Deliver Commercial Printing • Letteriwadi Tee Need k Tee» , II Yea Want HM Nun* 9*a<!ty, SM U>. Elder's Printing Co. 3»CogteSt. DM MO 3-5750 PROMPT AND COURTEOUS OIL BURNER SERVICE ComrsJon Of BwMrt, OR Bomer-Boiter Unltv Installed Henry J. Contois Uc. N*. «« Oil tamer Sato, Service M7 Hemp Ave., MO 2-29M JACOBS Venetian Blinds Cloned and Repaired 2s Hour Service Free Pickup end Delivery ALSO CUSTOM MADE SHADES AND BLINDS Wimlow Beautiful «>i ELMWOOD AVE. MO 3-8525

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