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SATURDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 24, 1963 THE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT FIVE PLANNING TO MOVE? Phon« ... or ttop Ifl . . . «nd whilt you <r« K«r«, l»f us ihow you how delightful if it for follci to i)v« in tti« SPRUCES . . . th. community wiihin tK« v'<li«g« k««u- tiful. Mony MooeH New o. Disptay «t Enjoy more leisure hours with NEVAMAR KITCHENS A new high in kitchen luxury . . . makes every duly a delight. No more worries about srains and scars. Every unit has a lifetime NEVAMAR surface iniide and out . . . never needs painting. Come in and see it in our showrooms. ONE-STOP KITCHEN HEADQUARTERS • We Design • We Install • We Finance One Contractor . . . One Responsibility 9-13 Union St., N. Adams DialM03-374o Get DOUBLE SAVINGS wnu Hew" I Product an PACKAGE BOILER NOT WATER HEATING SYSTEM i —«-~ i j * Save on InKHI Cost—In | | one package, a completely . i assembled, fully equipped • I and wired General Motor*. Delco-Heat automatic oil- fired hot water boiler, ready j for hook-up. Saves hours of | installation time and coat ] * Save on Heating Bills— I Patented honeycomb design J I provides maximum heat I : transfer surf arcs, assuring I low-cost operation. CALL us today for free eeti- i mate. Easy terms available, IAYDEN I OIL I JIIPflT CO. 1«C. If Your New Home Has Cellar Learn About Sump Pumps If you plan to buy a new house in the next few years, it may pay you to learn about sump pumps. A recent survey of builders indicate] that more than 60 per cent of the houses to be built in the next five yftu-s will have basements. This can mean un expected problems for the un prepared. One of these problems is flood ing. Excess water can get into even the most soundly construct ed homes, the Bureau points out It comes from flash flood*, broken water mains, seepage during heavy rains and even from water- using appliances. Many new homes are built with overhead sewers. This means that the floor of the basement is below the leve! sf the sewer and that excess water cannot be drained from the basement floor ay gravity. If excess water cannot be drained by gravity to a sewer or other low point, cosily property damage and inconvenience can result. This is especially true when heating plants and electrical appliances are installed there. But whatever the source of the flooding water, says the Bureau, an experienced plumbing con- tactor can provide the proper sump pump drainage system to eliminate the problem. The contractor will construct a pit called a sump and install a ]mnp for automatically discharg- ng (he excess water into sewer, dry well or into a drain away from the house. Any reliable plumbing contractor can explain the difference in pumps and systems and the way they work for the homeowner's benefit. I Three Ways Listed Co Protect Against Basement Flooding North Berkshire Deeds Recorded *h« Northern 6«rkil>ir» R»g It- try of D**rft E« Ad*m» during tfi* p«it w««k. Adam* William Giorgini et a)s to Johnj Giorgini, Newark St. Thomas J. Harvey to Thomas Biltmore Ave. Harry and Celia Melcber to Leo M. Roberts. Harry Melcher to Leo M. Robert*, State St. J«jn*» F. Boulfer to Ixxrii L and Mary L. Boudreau. Cunpotl Construction Corp. Thomas J. »nd Teres* Thomas O. and Gertrude E. Harvey, East d. : Florence E, Dennelte to Sl«n-j ley J. and Carolyn A. Koczela, Maple St. Joseph F. and Constance L. Crippa to Earl and Carol A. Fred-; erick. Vtdnala Home* Inc. to John a and Nor ma F. Good, Tremoat S Gerard J. Cboquettc and Bern* dette M. Row to Anselmo Benon et al, Martaree and Naaon 9*4 Anna Heidemao to Leo J. and Mary R. Lazzeri, Franklin St. I Marjorie G. DeUarco to Wil Walter and Slacia Krzeminskl Mam S. and Irene M. Dy*oa, Moo to Lawrence Bieniek, East Rd. Lawrence Bieniek to Homer P. tana St. Vadnals Homes Inc. to Lew: Tanguay Jr. and Lynne M. Tan- M. and Lorane M. Whitcomb guay, East Hd. Robert T. Arnold Jr. and'Penny S. Arnold to Joseph J. and Mary trix, to Vincent A. and Anna G J. Joseph, Wood's Dr. Heywood Corp., by mortgagee, a Owen P. McAndrews. Cheshire Leo V. and Jeannetle C. Willett to Paul W. and Elodie A. Gaylord, Prospect St. Wells A\e. Jessie M. Cardinal, by execu Zoito, Veazie St. Agnes A. Elder to Edward J. E der, Franklin St. Edward J. Elder to Agnes A Elder. Wllliamitown Lenox Hill Hospital to Jacot Maxymillian Inc. to Neil G. and H. and Elizabeth K. Martin David Richmond, Windsor Rd. Clifford A. Neil to Trustee of Trust. Clarksburg Dwight G. Brainard Sr. to Paul F. and Carolyn D. Marshall. Leonard and Aline M. Cote to Louis L. and Lavenia B. Mowe. Middle'Rd. Rene E. and Judith E. Cole to Ethel L. Batlis, East Rd. Edward J. Elder (o Agnes A Elder. Florida Barkev S. and Bessie G. Sanders to Lawrence K. and Jeannette A. Shambeau. Lawrence K. and Jeannelte A Shambeau to Barkev S. and Bessie G. Sanders. Howard A. and Veda M. Burdick to Edward R. and Jessie M. Hamel, Tilda Hill Rd. Hancock Francis D. and Theresa T, Gagnon lo Peter M. and Margaret Gaviorno. Walter Stuart Cooke to Robert G. and Suzanne Bach. Wayne M. Bentley to John F. and Ann L. Maynard. Russell A. and 'Eleanor A. (COMFORT BY THE HOUSEFUL 24 HR. BURNER SERVICE 483 Ashland Street Dial MO 3-6588 North Adams FORMICA WE HAVE GENUINE Large Selection of Sizes and Colors for Counrsr Tops, Back Splash and Walls. FULL LINE CEMENT AND ACCESSORIES William Rudnick Co. 'QUALITY WITH SERVICE 136 Ashiond St. (Next to A&P) Dial MO 3-5107 If you're tired of "passing the WnHtn ., n lo ' Kent s and Agnes mcket" or bailing out your basement after every heavy downpour, consider three important ways of preventing flood damage in your home. The most common cause of basement flooding is heavy rainfall forcing water to back up through the drains in the floor of the basement. Since raw sewage is sometimes carried with the water, the homeowner faces an additional health hazard, The three QTOPM WINDOWS OlUnm and DOORS AT FACTORY PRICES PRE-SEASON SALE! Drive Up — Bring the Family FACTORY SHOWROOM OPEN Sundays 1-5 P, M.; Mon.-Sat. 8-5 P. M. JALOUSIE PORCH ENCLOSURES Aluminum • DOOf. J •WINDOWS •AWNINGS •CANOPIES •SHUTTERS •JALOUSIES •CELLAR UNITS •AWNING WINDOWS •PORCH ENCLOSURES • Free Delivery • Kre« Measuring • Fre* Itenionstrafloo • Free KnHmnlfs • InnUllxtkm Option*! • Gnirtntewi Perfect FK most widely used methods of preventing flooded basements are: 1. The automatic electric sump 3ump or cellar drainer which seeps rain water from reaching the floor level of the basement 2. The automatic back-water valve which closes when the sew- r backs up. 3. The overhead sewer which carries waste from laundry drains and other water connec- ;ions from the house at a higher .evel than the basement. It is important to remember ;hat each of these dovices is designed to serve a suecial situation. What will work in one house will not necessarily be best n another because the conditions may be different. Homeowners with basement drainage problems are advised to consult an experienced plumbing contractor, who will survey the situation and recommend exactly the system that car. be depended on to Keep your ousement dry. For Wall With Niches If you have a wall with niches or recesses, why not paint them the same color as your accent accessories and then place a clock, R. Hanson. Lanesboro Bernard P. Deane to Bernard P. Deane and Mary K. Lusignan, Irwin St. Frank C. and Rita E. Hatch to James H. and John S. O'Brien, trustees. Susanne E. Dwyer by executor to Houghton E. and Louise M. Howard. Donald P. and Sharon L. No kin lo Bradley A. and Joan K Baker. Virginia H. Hoag to tfenneth C Hoag. Kennelh C. Hoag to Kenneth C and Jean M. Hoag. Andre and Judith Lefebvre t Howard F. and Esther M. Stone North Adams Robert T. Arnold Jr. and Peny S. Arnold to Neil A. an Eleanor C. Hendry, Chenaill Ter. Clifford W. and Isabelle George to Ernest L. Blake George Ave. John J. and Rena C. Fachin. to George H. and Grace M. Trom ley, W. Main St. Mary Walsh to Edward J. an Teresa M. Macksey, Prospect SI Louis G. and Margaret J. Gag :iardi to Louis S, Gngiiardi et als Daniels Rd. Nellie Benvenutl to Joseph S and Josephine M. Torchia, Brace well Ave. Joseph H. LaBrie to self an Dora L. LaBrie, North St. Joseph and Frances Gigliotl to Donald R. Berg. Anthony F. and Dorothy W Mazza lo North Adams Saving Bank, W. Main SI. Mary W. Eisner to Alfred H and Nancy J. George, Cherry SI Florence A. Sullivan, by execu .or, to Joseph V. Florin! ancl Nor Green River Rd. Thomas J. and Jearmette L a picture or other decorative item na R. Carter et als Center an in Ihe space. BUY DIRECT FROM OUR FACTORY AND SAYB CUSSON MFfi "" ' IN njUNimo MASS. Call C«ll»c»— Cwnmiflgton 2401 Home Improvement Loans IIOME need repairs? Like to moderniie . . . build an addition . . . improve the attic or basement? Perhaps you would like e new kitchen or bathroom, or th* house needs painting. If financing the cost of the jab is all that i< standing in your way, (top in and talk with on* of our officers. Perhaps we can help you just as w* have helped many of your friends • nd neighbors. 93 Main Street "On th* Sunny Sid* of th* Sfr**t" North Adorns Hoosoc Savings Bank he County Squire Real Eslaffc Heran to David G. and Elizabet G. Damon, Taconic Trail. Leonard A. and Amy D. W» ters to William C. and Elisabet A. Madden, Syndicate Rd. am laxter Rd. Lenox Hill Hospital to Letiti B. and Harry A. Orell, Front S Albert F. Faber Jr. and Rut D. Fabcr to Horace L. and Flor ence Mayer, Ide Rd. Agatha Rumme to Royden H and Claire F. Douglas, Elm St. John F. and Marian C. Roya to Francis E. and Ann G. Me Sweeney, N. Hoosac Rd. Kermit and Mary G. Gordon t Edward C. Doughty Jr. and Sal ly B. Doughty. Savoy Arnold Martin to Irving Virginia Elman. Mr.&Mrs. David Foote Buy on Nelson Street Mrs. Mary Scerbo has sold he property at 7 Nelson St. to Mr and Mrs. David Foote, formerly of 27 North St. The property consists of a mod ern six-room collage and too house on a large plot of land Mr. and Mrs. Foote and family have already taken possession Mrs. Scerbo is presently making her home with her son and daugh ler-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Domini Scerbo of 119 Chantifly Ave. The sale was handled by the Frank Roche Agency. Three Types of Water Controls for Showers There are three types of water controls for shower. Most desirable is the thermos tatically conlrolled mixing valve which provides water at any de sired temperature and protects against danger from violent flue tualions in waler pressure. A reg ular mixing valve works on the same principle as the single-lever faucet, and tempers water. Final ly there is the regular two-valve system where the bather tempers the water himself. Half of All Plumbing Fixtures Sold White About half of all plumbing fix- Inrcs sold across the nation arc white. The trend Is clear on colors ol plumbing fixtures, the Bureau points out. Pink is the undis puled leader in popularity, as has been the case for several years Next most popular is tan. Green, yellow and blue are next in line. Gray and dark colors are chosen very infrequently by new home and modernization buyers. Should Be Thinned Very often label instructions recommend that the first coal of varnish applied over bare •wood should be thinned with min eral spirits or turpentine. Here's he way to do it: slowly add the dinner and stir very gently in one direction only to prevent the 'ormation of bubbles. Varnish applied as a topcoat should not be stirred or shaken at all, warns he National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Assn. 'Holden Sis. For el*an«r, •asltr horn* htaHng tot new MOBILHEAT with RT-98 "You P*y MUCH l*»» To Heat Better With Oil" Blackinton Coal & Oil Co. CharUs E. Kronick, Prop. 26 E.gl. St. MO 3-926S North Adams • W* Maintain 24-Hour Oil Burn*r S«rvic* COMING FOR FESTIVAL PARADE — United States Air Force Pipe Band, which is to appear in North Ad- ams' Foil Foliage Festival parade Sept. 29, is posed with Capitol as background in Washington. Shower Transform Powder Room Into Full-Scale Bath You can turn a powder room hto an efficient and convenien !ull bath simply by having a pr 'abricated shower cabinet ii stalled. It's a good idea to have a co ner entrance type installed. The ake little floor space. Modern prefab shower cabinei are ruggedly constructed an smartly styled. Enameled slee side panels are corner-sealed wil compression-tight joints to pn vent rattle and clatter vfhen th shower is in use. All Joints are water tight; lo prevent leaks an o keep your powder room dr; Receptor floors are usual! reated in some manner to pre 'ent slipping. Sometimes the floo :rip is spackled on in an orna mental pattern, for an unusua decorative effect. Receptors ar deen. with high sides, to giv xreilive protection against leal if?- Inslalled in the master bath room, the shower cabinet is convenient supplement to th hower over the tub. Recessed i h« wall and framed with tiling he prefab takes on a custom built appearance. A glass doo with non-nisting hinges adds th 3«rfect finishing touch. Shower accessories include sel: leaning shower heads wiifc spra regulators, thermostatic mixin •alves for exact water tempera ure and volume control, and over lead lights. The best shower cabinet for an; lome can be installed by an ex :rienced plumbing contrac or who can offer valuable advic n selecting one to fit your exac weds. nstrument Off But XI5 Record s Set Anyway EDWARDS AIR FORCE BASE alif. (AP)—X15 pilot Joseph A talker says a faulty inslnmien narle him undershoot his goal by wo miles He hit a record altitude f 6614 miles anyway Thursday Walker placed blame on a new nstrument, an altitude predictor . is designed to tell the pi t when to shut clown the engine r lower the climb angle Ui avoid ver-shooting his mark. "Near the top of the climb ad an' altitude prediction of 363, CO feet," the space agency pilo ild newsmen after the flight So I nosed her over a little. x>ks like the predictor was of bout 11,000 feel." Walker readied .161,000 feet, His oal was 360,000 feet, more than ,8 miles. Walker set the previous cord of 348,000 feet July 19. SUMMER BEVERAGES SMILE... arc cooltd when they with plenty of ICE If you require ,'arg* quantities of flak* and cube ic», «sk u> about th* Scotsman Ice Machine Wittig& Thompson MO J-fWt Hwtk A4wm Air U.S. Air Force Pipe Band To Parade Here Sepf. 29 If the sound of bagpipes stirs you — Ihey bring tears to some eyes — head for the Fall Foliage Festival parade Sept. 29. One of the parade's features will be the United States Air Force Pipe Band, a unit that has given a command performance on the White House lawn. Authentic Kilts The unit consists of nine pipers, a pipe major_and three drummers attired in authentic kilts of the Mitchell Tartan. This tartan was chosen in honor of Gen. Billy Mitchell. Appropriately enough most of its members are of Scottish or Irish ancestry. And two, Staff Sgts. George E. Angus and John M. Ryan were born in Scotlanc ant! Ireland respectively. They came to this country when they were 18. The band has performed for President Eisenhower, Queen Eli zabeth and Prince Philip, Premier Khrushchev. Special Performance In 1962 it presented a special performance for President Ken nedy and President Bourguina on the White House lawn. Bringing this unit here was made possible through the courtesy of the Defense Department and the efforts of U. S. Rep. Silvio 0. Conte of Pitlsfield, the sponsoring Chamber of Commerce announced. Franklin St. Area Youth Add $58.61 To Jimmy Fund The Jimmy Fund for cancer research and for the support ol the Children's Cancer Hospital in Boston has been increased by $58.61 as the result of a carniva staged by a group of children in the Franklin Street area. The money lias been turned over lo Francis Faille, local Jimmy Fund chairman, who said it would be sent promptly to the Boston headquarters of the fund The children who staged the carnival and sent the proceeds Mr. Faille are Edward Tefft, Jeffrey Benedetti, William Bene- letti Jr., Michael Benedetti, David Neveu, William Elder, Peter Trabold, Adrien Bissaillon and <eanne Bctourney. Today In History (n\j the Associated Press) Today is Saturday, Aug. 24, Ihe 236th day of IMS. There are 129 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 181J, President) James Madison and the cabinet led Washington when the British nirned public buildings; including he Capilol and While House. Mrs. Madison saved the engrossed copy of the Declaration if Independence and a painting if George Washington. * * * On this date In 1777, George Washington led lis American Army into Philadelphia. In 1867, Johns Hopkins Univcr- ity in Baltimore was incorporated. In 1912, Congress approved leg- slnlion providing for territorial government in Alaska and for the ipening, operation and protection if the Panama Canal. In Ifl-H, U.S. and French troops :ntered Paris during World War I. In 1954, President Eisenhower iigned the Communist Control Act. * * • Ten years ago. . .The Justice Department asked the Court of Appeals in Washington to reln- itale four perjury counts against Owen Lattimore which had been dismissed previously by U.S. Dis- rict Judge Luther Youngdahl. Five years ago. . .The U.S. 7th 'leet was alerted for the possibil- ty of Chinese Communist Invasion of the Nationalist-held off- ihore islands of Qucmoy and Lille Quemoy, One year ago. . .Twenty-three xiled Cuban student.'!, members •>! the Miami-based Student Rev- ilullonary Directorate, used two mall boats as a base from which o shell »everat beachfront build- ngs In the Havana suburb of diramir, 44 Gray Ladies Give Hospital 604 Hours Duty A total of 44 area American Rec Cross Gray Ladies gave 604 hours of service to the North Adams Hos> pital during the month of July North Adams volunteers were Mrs. William B. Andrews Jr., Mrs Merlis Barton, Mrs Harry Baxter, Mrs. Edward W. Buckley Jr., Mrs Lester Carlow, Mrs. Herbert W Clark, Mrs. John Deans, Mrs. Hugo DeFalco, Miss Margaret F. Dougherty, Mrs. James Fowler, Mrs. Willard Hall, Miss Emma Haberselzer, Mrs. C. Wesley Hawley and Mrs. Arthur Kelts. Also, Mrs. Edmond P. Larkin Mrs. Ralph Lioyd, Miss Helen Mal- [ery, Mrs. Elmer Potter, Mrs. Arthur Richton, Mrs. Elsie Strong, Mrs. Joseph Soulia, Mrs. Edmond St. John, Mrs. John H. Reilly, and Mrs. Donald Tefft, all of this city; Mrs. Robert A. Costine, Mrs. Charles Roselle, and Mrs. Wilfred A. Wylde of Stamford, Vt., and Mrs. David McLelland of Clarksburg. Also, from Williamslown, Mrs. Herbert H. Boch, Mrs. Millnrd Brown, Mrs. Donald Copeland, Mrs. John Dixon, Mrs. Grace Goodcrmote, Mrs. John Fachini, Mrs. Carl Hoar, Mrs. Raymond Mason, Mrs. A. J. Mnxymillian, Mrs. Patrick Kirwin, Mrs. Allon L. Perry, Mrs. George Putney, Mrs. Philip Walsh, Mrs. Mildred Walsh, Mrs. H. Collier Wright, antV Mrs. Salvatore Zappula of New Ashford. Local Intelligence —Area residents have been invited to attend the 25th annual clambake, sponsored by Pittsfield Lodge of Elks, to be held tomorrow «t Lebanon Park, Han-[ cock, opposite Berkshire Downs. Festivities will begin at 9 o'clock in the morning and continue throughout the day. Barrington Fair To Feature Two One-Day Specials Two one-day special attractions will highlight the afternoon and evening programs ol the opening day of the 1963 Barrington Fair, Sunday, Sept. 8, and another attraction will be the first of a fair-long scries. The Great Barrington boys' drill team will give exhibitions at the fairgrounds at 2 and 7:30 p.m., Sunday, preceding the auto thrill shows at 2:30 and 8. Midway circus acts will start Sunday at 6:30 and iO, and will continue daily through the week at 6:30 and 9:30. Horse racing will start daily, Monday through Friday, at 2:15, with the daily double window closing at 2:10. On Saturday, the daily double window will close at 1:25, with post time at 1:30. The horse draw contest, lightweight division, is set Thursday at 3 p.m., with the heavyweights scheduled to draw at 7:30 that evening. Ox drawing, (or many years a feature of fair week Wednesday, has been dropped from this year's schedule. Friday will be both "appreciation day," with a new car to be awarded to an adult patron, and "kiddies' day." Schools in Great Harrington will close to allow area youngsters to attend special programs for children at the fairgrounds. The rides and midway will open two hours earlier than usual, at 9 a.m. A special midway show for the children will go on at 10 a.m. and the usual door prizes will be given following the show, at 11. Admission to the grounds will be free Friday, from opening until ate afternoon. The fair will close Saturday, after an extended race program, with the traditional fireworks display in front of the grandstand at 10:30 p.m. Donut Shaped Rollers Did you know that there are doughnut shaped rollers which make it possible to paint lx>th walls at the corners of a room in a single stroke. DAILY LUNCHEON [ : SPECIALS I 99c j Phoenix Hotel Pleasantly Air Conditioned Dial MO 3-3761 HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR SHIRTS DONE? Do you like them with . . , HEAVY STARCH? LIGHT STARCH? NO STARCH? ON HANGERS? YOJ ram* ir »nd we'll Custom Launder your ihirfi and return them to you finished exactly to your liking. 1,000 TOP VALUE STAMPS GIVEN EACH WE IX CLEANEKS 1 11 R!y«f St., MO 3-5045 "Member of the Nation*! IniHtut* «f Dry

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