The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on November 21, 1956 · 10
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 10

Boston, Massachusetts
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Wednesday, November 21, 1956
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THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 195fl Ten i V T T V T T T "T T T f f t T "' OLKSH Milk IN BOSTON Sales Service Parts See Our Exhibit Booth 233 at the Auto Show CHARLES STREET GARAGE 144 Charltt St, at tha Circla CA 7-7460 I The Adirondack Mountains in New York occupy an area of 8000 square miles. Among the first to draw tickets for speeding were two. of the women who asked for the trap. AT THE SHOW November 22 thru November 25 For the Best in New Cars See WE SWEPT-W1NG DODGE THE 1960 NEW PLYMOUTH For The Best Deal See KNOX DROS. MOTOR GO, Inc. Direct Factory Dealer 645 Broadway, Scmerville 4 I 4 8 : Ms, ' i -fi X - f -V-1 2" i' ' fe.iV JiW)f- 'I'.' v READY FOR BIG DAY English High coach Bill Stewart, holding ball, and Capt Paul Bowman, center, all set to carry the ball against traditional rival Latin School. At left is Myer Moskow, alumni president, and at right is Headmaster Joseph L. Malone. 31 Jess Too Much 21 (UP)-Jess I DENVER, Nov, I Mashburn, a bank guard, re- I ceived a divorce Tuesday on the ground that his wife snored so loudly he had to sleep in a separate bedroom, with the doer shut News Drivers To Vote on Pact In Cleveland CLEVELAND. Nov. 21 (UP-The Newspaper Drivers Union scheduled a contract ratification meeting today and another craft union resumed negotiations with the publishers of Cleveland's three daily newspapers, which have not published since Nov. 1. Six of the eight newspaper craft unions so far have ratified new contract agreements with the pub lishers. The International Pressmen's Union ratified Its agreement -last night, becoming the sixth group to accept a contrack 1 This left only the drivers and photq en' gravers yet to reach agreement The drivers .meet tonight to consider a contract offer, according to Phil Santora, business secretary for Drivers Local 473. Photo Engravers Union Pres. Laidlow met with publishers' rep resentatives yesterday. There has been no word on the progress of the negotiations. 7 km d ' TOE EIGHTY fJ V$&Q The Exclusive u " SlNr W IMPERIAL PI The (meat Expreesions of The Forward Look combined to grre yon a sparkling auto show by thenuelves. The stars are America's most thrilling new cars the Mighty Chrysler and the triumphant Imperial. Tb Mighty Chrysler is a refreshingly modern new car of dramatic lines and flashing performance. It share with the Imperial such new features as Torsion-Aire Ride, the new suspension system that gives motoring a wonderful new "feel." Torque rods in place of old fashioned front end coil springs eliminate rock and roll, brake dip. The Imperial is a true luxury automobile in an attract! re new range of prices. Its dazzling style speaks brilliantly of its prestige. Its interior appointments and performance are the finest that can be built into a motor car. See the exclusive Imperial and the glamorous Chrysler at the auto show, with all their exciting new features; Then see your Chrysler and Imperial dealer for a demonstration we promise will be even more thrilling! SEE YOUR CHRYSLER AND IMPERIAL DEALER f i f ' J V E..uai j. oOcH of Boch Nash, Norwood. Boch Hash Co. Erecting Sales, Service Building Due to skyrocketing Rambler sales, Boch Nash of Norwood is erecting a new sales and service building. This structure will allow the company to maintain its claim to being America's fastest growing Rambler dealer. BocK customers will continue to enjoy fast efficient service and quick delivery of new Ramblers. The Boch organization is famous for delivering Ramblers at rock-bottom prices, according to Ernest Boch, president. The new building will permit expansion of the company's policy of painstaking conditioning and service work. It is located on Route 1, Norwood, four miles south of Route 128. TROOPSHIP ARRIVALS AT 6AN FRANCISCO Friday USN D. C. SHANKS from Ha. waii (Nov. 17t. Monday USNS GEN E. D. PATRICK from Hawaii (Nov. 21). Thursday, Nov. 29 USNS GEN A. E. ANDERSON from Hawaii. .Monday, Dee. S USNS GEN H. J. GAFFEY from Hawaii (Nov. 21). ' Tuesday, Dee. 4 USNS GEN D. E. AULTMAN from Guam (Nov. 20). Thursday, Dee. 6 USNS GEN DANIEL L SULTAN from Guam (Nov. 24). . AT SEATTLE Wednesday, Nov. 28 USNS GEN H. B. FREEMAN from Yokohama (Nov. 9). Tuesday, Dee. 11 USNS GEN WILLIAM A'. MANN from Yokohama (Nov. 29). AT NEW YORK Today USNS GEN R. E. CALLAN from Guantanamo Bay (Nov. 17). Tomorrow USNS SGT JONAH E. KELLEY from Newfoundland (Nov. 19). Fridav USNS GEN W. C. LANGFITT from Bremerhavcn (Nov. 13). Stoneham Church Plans New Edifice The First Baptist Church of Stoneham has voted to build a new $200,000 edifice and then convert Its present structure of educational purposes. Announcement of the building plan was made jointly by the Rev. Francis W. Hensley, pastor, and Harry H. Riker. chairman of the Building Expansion Committee. The new church building will seat 356 persons, and include in additional area for a choir of SO. Under the sanctuary will be a Fellowship Hall with a capacity for 350 at assembly and 270 at tables for dinners. The present church building renovated for educational purposes will provide facilities for 400 students and teachers, a spacious ladies hall with kitchenette, 13 classroom areas with sliding partitions. Connecticut Crash Kills 2 Injures One NEWTON. Ct., Nov. 21 (AF) A young woman and a teen-ape girl were killed and another teenage girl was seriously hurt when a station wagon lurched off Dan-bury-Newton rd. last night and crashed into a concrete walL All three were thrown from tha station wagon. State police identified tha dead as Miss Patricia Balzarlni, 22, of Danbury, the driver; and Char-lena Classendorf. 18, also of Dan-bury. Injured was Nancy Lane, 16, of Danbury. Danbury Hospital said the Lane girl suffered a possible skull fracture. She entered the hospital in critical condition but several hours later the hospital reported her condition had improved.. It said she was in seriouj but not critical condition. The accident occured In the Snake Hill section of town, near the intersection of Danbury-New-town rd. and Route 25. Univ. of N. H. Appoints Admissions Director DURHAM. N W Nnv 21Hrrir R. Carroll has been named director of admissions of the University of New Hampshire. Carroll hai been acting alumni secretary. He is an alumnus of the .univer sity. A3 director of admissions he will succeed Donald Richards. ! . M r v J 4 If t i mi I TERRY VAT.F. rn-nrn. arhi whs will sinv at innnal rianra nf 'Catholic Labor Guild Saturday night at Hotel Bradford.

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