The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on September 26, 1955 · 3
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Youth Killed in Concord Crossing Crash THE BOSTOV DAILY GLOBE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1935 Three CONCORD. Sept 26-A Bedford youth was killed when' a dump truck he was driving was struck by a west bound train at the Baker1 bv. grade crossing at 7:20 this morning. Richard Maddox, 19. of 17 Pine St., Bedford, was dead on arrival at tmerson Hospital. Dr. LeroylTF J rr I r Houck. associate medical exami- tntl I UkO uutc saiu ii if nrsr Tnirtr r mtm hnnnH , the crossing but Maddox had to ton-Fitchburg line of the Boston stop for a fiajhing red light. After and Maine railroad. an east bound tram passed, police Police identified the enaineer of "'1, raa 9; s 1 a"d across the; the train as Cleveland Gardner of tracks while the lights were still 11 Harvard St., Charlestown. The blinking and was struck by a westconductor was Chester SUver ner, said ne was killed instantlv. Police said Maddox was driving a dump truck of John J. Flannery, local contractor and was trailing another truck. TOKYO, Sept. 25 (AP)-Juichi Oba, 43, had trouble supporting his wife and two children after he was dishonorably discharged Only United flies dirett! 3 tlightt daily ' SEATTLE 4 flights daily Denver 4 flightt daily Iff Cass mni Air ttath MafnfW .rrc coast I o couf and to Hawmll. ill Honcodr 6-9500 ormauthoriztd travel agon. from the Imperial Navy 11 years ago. Then he joined a lonely hearts club last year. He proposed to 10 women and milked them of enough money to support his family. He explained his frequent absences by saying he was working as first mate on an ocean liner. When police arrested Oba Monday, he quipped: "Any handsome man like me can do it." George T. McKenzie WAKEFIELD, Sept. 26 Word was received here today of the death of Gedrge T. McKenzie, I president of the Wakefield High School Class of 1904. who died in i Los Angeles, his home for 40 years. i Mr. McKenzie, 68, returned Ihome every five years for class reunions. He leaves six sons and daughters in California and a half- sister, Maud Arnold, in Wakefield, Valuable Oil Castor oil is an essential inare dient of many industrial products, among which are Daint liostick. hair dressing, nylon and typewriter riDDons. J ' - ". ' - f : ' "- ... " x ' - - V , v " 1 : ' f " " , ' '- - - ll WRECKAGE OF TRUCK on tracks at Concord this morning. Richard Maddox, 19, of Bedford, driver was instantly killed. Learn to Live With Jf, Advises Dr. White A Little Heart Trouble Good, Says Expert Dr. Paul Dudley White, heart specialist who is attending the filene's air conditioned i j open tonight 1 'til 8:30 Charm builders from filene's aisle of ?0 econ4 lot you can put ore a brand new face with the helpof Lanolin Plus Liquid make-up Tlas new, different and very flattering make-up veil yoi skin , . . covers it perfectly . . . gives it radiant new color! It hides lines, shadows, imperfections and Wjitlim 20 seconds you seem to have grown a new "skin". Enriched with Lanolin Plus Liquid ... it helps luhri-cate and soften your skin ... overcomes dryness. Choose it in 5 exquisitely flattering shades. plus Wr tax just a touch of your finger and you are envel oped in a cloud of your favorite Dana fragrances s ; Choose from 5 famous fragrances ... and treat your-'.- self to a brand new personality! Each fragrance in a - distinctive new spray-top bottle which adds beauty to boudoir or office. ! rrr " 'iT-AulMmi mm 'XI 3'. plus rvvV-, - Jk f President, ' is a contributor to a special pamphlet prepared and distributed by the Massachusetts Heart Association, "How to Live With Your Heart." Dr. White emphasizes that "for tunate is a man who has a mild heart condition and, knowing It, learns to live with his heart." Dr. White, who is clinical pro fessor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and consultant in medicine at the Massachusetts General comments: It has been said that it is a good thing to have a little heart trouble because knowing it, you take better care of yourself and live longer. ! "More longevity, however, is not man's aim in life, for to have a weak and sickly constitution is a real misfortune, worse than the heart disease itself. "Often, the most bothersome symptoms suggest heart disease to you when there is none at all. In oruer to be sure, get a proper check-up from your doctor. It Is equally important to follow his advice, being as careful as is necessary but not overcareful. "Courage, patience, optimism and equanimity are often the best prescription of all, in addition to whatever program of rest and activity, diet and medicine your doctor mav recommend. Heart disease, even when quite severe, may allow a long me 01 usefulness. Itv. fact many persons, young and oliS, UVe long enough to get over much of the heart trouble that may have affected them, either in body or mind." The Heart Association s guiae heart disease sufferers also lists these other comments: 1. Find a doctor you respect. obey him, and cling to him as though he were your most precious possession, as he is. 2. Tell vour doctor the truth at all times and encourage him to call you in for periodic checks. 3. Pity the fat man; the statiti- cian numbers his days. 4. If your brain earns your liv ing, be moderate as a week-end athlete or laborer. 5. When the snow drifts high, let some younger fellow shovel out the driveway. . Avoid self-dosing "he who doctors -himself has physician." A&P Supermarket in Norwood Plans Opening W ednesday An ulra-modern A. & J. super market on Route 1, Norwood, fea turing all of the latest self-service shopping conveniences, will have its grand opening Wednesday. Opening day through Saturday will see a $1000 21-inch color TV and 100 $5 food orders being given away. On opening day a loaf of Jane Parker bread will be given to each customer. Wednesday evening a 10-piece orchestra will provide music for a block dance in the parking lot. The new store is on the Boston-Providence turnpike at Dean st., Norwood. It will be open Wednesday, Thursday and Fridav eve nings of this week until 9 o'clock. The new manager will be William Haughey. who is currently manager of the A. Si P. on Cottage st., Norwood. Lake Shoreline The American shoreline of the Great Lakes, exclusive of Canadl- an shores, is about equal to the; combined coasts bordering on the" Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and the Gulf of Mexico. a fool for a 7. Plan to take "time out" daily, weekly, yearly for rest. When you rest, your heart rests. 8. Don't worry. Health is more than the absence of disease. If you have cause to worry, do all you can to remedy the cause, and stop worrying. 9. Be your age. Mrs. Louise B. Snow NEWTON, N. H.. Sept. 26 The funeral of Mrs. Louise B. SnoW, 67, widow of E. Maynard Snow. 5 Highland st., will be held Tuesday at 2 p. m. from the Pillsbury and Gale funeral home, Amesbury, Mass. Mrs. Snow, a native of Waltham, died Saturday. She had been for 23 years a resident of Newton, and was a member or Trinity Episco pal Church, Haverhill: the Ladies Aid Society; Starlight Rebekah Lodge, Newton and the M. and M. Club. She leaves a sister, Blanche Baker of Newton: a stepson Robert Snow of Portsmouth. N. H.: and five stepdaughters, Mrs. Fred Fowler, and Mrs. Arthur Wells, South Weymouth; Mrs. Allan Barr, Groveland; Mrs. Frank Greenhill.i Nantasket and Mrs. John Nance. Bedford. Va. Burial will be in Union Ceme tery, Newton. Herman Wehmeier, Philadelphia Phillies pitcher, likes to hurl against the Pittsburgh Pirates. He has won 16 of his last 17 starts against the Bucs, READY NOW! 108TON 8TORI OPEN TONIGHT TIL 1:30 T. HI. 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It helps keep your J'rSs Zjn finC condition- Uvbarry gives you Sdverette do-it-yourself color & -'QZ creme rinse that turns graying hair to shining silver- It's so easy to give yourself a lustrous, shining silver rinse with Silverette . . just shake directly on hair after your next shamnoo and comb thru! It blends and disnerses without jstreaking! ISo mixing, no waiting . . no rinsing! No stain, ft no rub-off . it smooth, platinum. ralL no patch test! It's eood for your hair . . leaves polished, wonderfully manageable. Also in .j-'a if pfus 10 tax i ' i - I Also at filene's Chestnut Hill. i All from filene's aisle of beauty, street floor. Write 6ojc 1511, Bostonphone HUbbard 2-4250 or Eliot 4-5000 on orders of $2.98 or more j Lanolin and Dana also at filene's Chestnut Hill, Welles- ley, W inchester, Belmont C. H.W.Foster King's Chapel Services for Harvard Alumnus, 95 Funeral services were held in historic Kings Chapel today for Charles H. W. Foster, 95, fifth oldest alumnus of Harvard University. Rev. Kenneth Gessner, pastor of the First Church, Unitarian, Chestnut Hill, officiated. Grandsons, great-grandsons and, grandsons-m-law, ushers at the services, were: Francis Farwell of Lake Forest, 111.; Rockwood H. Foster of Washington, D. C Hugh K. Foster of Charles River, Charles H. W. Foster II. of Ann Arbor, Mich., George Putnam Jr. of Manchester, Shepard Brown of Manchester. Alex. Cochran of Baltimore, Md., Frederick Devereaux of New York city, Caleb Warner of Lexington, John S. Farlow Jr. of Needham, Theodore Sizer Jr. of Wellesley, and John S. Farlow III, of Needham. Mr. Foster was a graduate of Harvard, class of 1881, and served as secretary of the Board of Trus tees of the Massachusetts General Hospital. He was an ardent yachtsman and owned 55 yachts during his 60 years in the sport. Delegations from the Massachu setts General Hospital. Harvard Club, Myopia Hunt Club, The Country Club, Bostonian Society, Norfolk Hunt Club, Union Club, the Corinthian, Eastern, Beverly and Boston Yacht Clubs, and the Brookline National Bank attended the services. Burial was in Forest Hill Ceme tery. S. U. V. Assn. Honors 12 Veteran Members ROCKLAND, Sept. 26 Twelve men. members of the sons oi Union Veterans of the Civil War for more than 50 years, were honored at the 25th annual 'banquet of the S. U. V. Old Timers Associa tion in Grand Army Hall. The veterans group included t3-yf ar member Fred Atwood of New Hampshire, brother of president Everett M. Atwood of Ahington; Otsie Gould of Abington. 67 years; Ira Buxton, Lawrence, 66 years; F.rnest Ellis. Scituate. 65 years; Edward B. Hooper, Bridgewatcr, and William W. Tillson of Taunton. William O. Fuller, representing state department commander Millard F. Brown of New Bedford and president Harold M. Brown of the Plymouth County Association were chief speakers. 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