The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on February 11, 1958 · 16
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The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts · 16

Boston, Massachusetts
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Tuesday, February 11, 1958
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Sixteen THE BOSTON DAILY GLOBE TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 195S Wrm Spell HONITON. Ens. AP)-Prlm roses and wild strawbirrles arc beins picked in mid-Winter this Devon community. BAD SHArE NOTTINGHAM. England (AP) Some 355 of the 398 cars tested in in a road safety week at this Mid I lands city were found faulty. frtdm (faftitty Misses! ready Wednesday at 9:15 perfectly 'styled, perfectly priced You Save Just 250 wool-and-mohair i or cotton Twill carcoafs were 22.95 now 12.90 10.05! 1 U :m tX A Wool-and-Mohair carcoat with metal toggle front closing. Interlined with wool quilting. Stormproof wristlets. Dark gray with white . knit trim, 8-20, (B) Same style in carefree beige cotton twill with beige knit trim. 8-18 MISSES' STORMCOATS SECOND FLOOR MAIN STORE BOSTON FRAMINGHAM MALDEN D-II3 At tie State House Secret Ballot Plan Called " Attempt to Wreck Labor' Ernest A. Johnson, State Com missioner of Labor and Industries, today charged that a proposal to rcauire unions to conduct secret balloting in the election of officers and in calling strikes "is an attempt to wreck labor." The commissioner, who was appointed by Gov. Christian A. Her-tcr, attacked a measure which was filed for former Republican Atty. Gen. Clarence A. Barnes by Sen. Herbert S. Tuckerman (R-Bev- erly). The former attorney general s petition, said Johnson, "is an attempt to test our sentiment of the Legislature in preparation tor the introduction of a right to wont law." Barnes said "the bills would pre vent a few labor bosses from per netuatine themselves in office and from controlling the calling of strikes. He took issue with the require' ment that elections of officers be by secret written ballot, saying it would outlaw tne use oi voting machines. Johnson also contended the bargaining position of unions would be weakened by the require' ment of a moiority vote on a strike authorization because of the "im- possibility" of getting 100 percent attendance at union meetings. Sen. Tuckerman said the mea sure "is fundamentally a step for ward for the workmgman and woman guaranteeing to them the same freedoms of expression that are basic in the political lives of our cities and towns." Jersey City Finds Leak, Crisis Over JERSEY CITY, NX, Feb.' 11 (AP) The water main leak drain ing this city's supply of water at an alarming rate was located today and the state of emergency was declared finished. August W. Heckman. commis- ready for marking is a section of that lhe leak had been in. the Present Route 1 north of Dan- pointed" in a 36-inch main starting vers which will be known as "In- at the city.s small rcceiving rese voir and running under the Hack-iwater main break at two points to- ensack River nay tne line running under the The 'main, Heckman said, was not in use at the present time, Since the leaking water was not undermining the downtown area, the state of emergency declared early Monday is over, he added. City workers had concentrated their search for the mysterious I Most of the 40 control valves in the leak. BY A FEATHER LYNCHBURG, Va. (AP)-Fof three consecutive years Dr. Eugene S. Groseclose has killed a wild turkey in the last 15 minute-of .the last day of 'the hunting season. The- turkey this year Hackcnsack River and a 10-block area near the Hudson River. The leak, with millions of gal Ions of water going to waste, had led to a state of emeigcncy for a weighed 18 pounds. third of this port city. Hundreds ' of water works employees had been searchine for the break since thnt rtinn were cut off : Sunday night. one at a time in an effort to liud In time, the entire stretrh nf 44W4W44444mimixiiii444i4iiMW Route I from New Hapshire to J -j - Jordan Marsh Company, Box 191, Boston 1, Mass. MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY or Phone HUbbard 2-2700 - SUBURBANITES: Call ELiot 4-3000; DEcatur 2-2700 Bluehills 8-9800; NOrmandy 5-5300; WOburn 2-3000 TRinity 3-7411; WAIker 2-3613; LYnn 8-5310; Pioneer 5-1600 Pleas send me Carcoats 12.90: G-II3 Quart. Style Color, -2nd Color Siie Name. Street-' City State CHARGE TO MY ACCT. NO. OR t ENCLOSE A CHECK OR MONEY ORDER SEND CHARGE ACCOUNT APPLICATION Please add 25c for deliver;' charge on mall or phone orders totalling less than. 3.95 Governor Furcolo's proposal for an in the state minimum wage from 80 cents to $1 an hour was given a hearing before the Legislative Committee on Labor and Industries this morning. Public Works Commissioner Anthony N. Di Natale today released the new route designation numbers which will be installed on the Federal . state highway system. The cross state toll road will be marked "Interstate Route 90" on red. white and blue markers prob ably beginning in the Spring. Also Rhode Island will be designated "Route 95." Route 28 will become Interstate, J Route 93 and the north-south route: J from Vermont to Connecticut through Springfield will be inter- j state Route 91. The Sturbridge; by-pass will be Interstate Route 84. 4- 4- Atty. Celeste Candidate for U.S. Senate Atty. Vincent J. Celeste of East Boston has announced his candidacy for" the Republican nomination to oppose Sen. John F. Ken nedy in November. Celeste for four years was a member of the secretarial staff of Christian A. Herter when he was governor. In 1950 Celeste won the Republi can nomination for Congress from the 11th District. He was defeated by Kennedy in the election, 39,446 to 6106. The East Boston native sradu ated from United States Merchant Marine Academy at King's Point JN.Y., and served during World War II as a Navy lieutenant in the Atlantic and Pacific. He received his law degree from Suffolk Uni versity and has a law office in Boston. In 1952, Celeste attended the National Republican Convention as an alternate delegate committed to President Eisenhower. " He has been an unsuccessful candidate for the Boston City Council and for state renresenta- uve. "The foremost reason for Shop Jordan's Boston Store Wednesday 9a.m. to FRAMINGHAM STORE OPEN 12:15 P.M. to 9 P.M. 8 30 p.m.. MALDEN STORE OPEN 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. of Advertisement Forced Move Turns Into Fortune-Hunt Preparing to move out of the house, occupied by her family for generations, now in the path of a proposed state highway in Ver mont, Miss Sadie Wilks came across a small dox or tamny keepsakes. At first she thought they had sentimental value only. But friends persuaded her to make a special trip to Boston to have her find appraised by the gem-ologists in Homer's Estates Department. First, she' hesitated, wondering if the trip to Boston would prove a waste of time and money. She went back home with more money than she ever dreamed of . . . Homer's, 44 Winter St., Boston, paid her $12,600 for the old necklace, rings, 18th Century silver and other family heirlooms. (Advt.) my jiMi-mi:m. i J CANDIDATE Vincent J. Ce-leste of East Boston. candidacy for the Senate," he declared, "is to prove that a citizen of modest means still has an equal opportunity to be elected to high office by the people of this Commonwealth." The candidate is married to the former Marie Gomes of New York. They live with their two children, James, 11, and Jean, 9, at 7 Havre st. East Boston. I sk II MX- WW jfjill H j , j I 1 V j 0 '"S-SS cotton u,K' nth ft I - - 1 ; Mffii lit ii it -i i lb 4 1 y. V w I AVt - I i h (, COLOR-FULL coordinates that are - CARE-FREE b y R osecrest TOP, first flowering MISSES' easy-care Spring s blossoming in. new pastel hues eaters SKIRT, , Color-drencfied matching shirt and sWt that need little or no ironing in DAZZLE. SPRINGMAID'S lustrous wrinkle - resistant broadcloth with a long-lasting luxury1 finish. Convertible- neckline blouse has Italian collar, roll sleeves: billowy skirt floats a fullness of unpressed pleats. Both in lilac, yellow, turquoise, beige, toast, mint; 30-38. Jordan Marsh Compsny Boi 191, Boston 1, Mas. MAIL this COUPON TODAY OR PHONE HUbbard 2-2700 SUBURBANITES: Call ELiot 4-3000 DEcatur 2-2700 BLuehPIt 8-98C0 " NOrmandy 5-5300; WOburn 2-3000 TRinity 3-7411 (FraminghamJ WAIter 2-3&I3 (Beverly) LYnn 8-5310 Pioneer 5-1600 (Salem) 2 Charge to My Aeeh No. OR f ENCLOSE A CHECK ' OR MONEY ORDER SEND CHARGE ACCOUNT APPLICATION Send Dazzle Coordinates: (Top, 3.98; sliirf, 5.98.) G-144 Item Size 2nd Color Neiti Street- City. Zone -State. BYED-TO-MATCH COORDINATES SECOND FLOOR SUMMER STREET D-144 fleas tii 25c lor (kliierj tfiru u tail phsn trders tatallirj lest tftu 3.95- AM 3b3 V h " w ' A ', A) Big stunning bulky-lcnit collar on tissue-fine Textura, new miracle fiber that won't pill, washes without blocking. Beige, blue, white, pink, mint, black and coral; .34-40 B) Polo shirt with handsome bulky-knit-collar onr fine-knit Textura that washes without blocking, won't -pill. Beige, white, blue, mint, pink, coral, black; 34-40 ", . C) Soft-as-cashmere cardigan of Turbo bulk Orion that washes without shrinking or stretching. Goes over blouses, decked with beads, even wear it backwards. Beige, maize, turquoise, black, light blue, pink, white; 34-40 MISSES' 8WEATERS SECOND FLOOR NEW BUILDINfi D-I4I BOSTON FRAMINGHAM MALDEN BOSTON FRAMINGHAM MALDEN Jordan Marsh Company Box 191, Boston 1, Mass. MAIL thin COUPON TODAY OR PHONE HUbbard 2-2700 SUBURBANITES: Call ELiot 4-3000 DEcatur 2-2700: BLuehills 8-9800 NOrmandy 5-5300; WOburn 2-3K TRinity 3-74II (Framingham WAIker 2-36I3 (Beverly) ' LYnn 8-53 1 0 Pioneer 5-I6C0 (Salem) G-I4I Send Spring Sweaters 3.98: Style! I Size Color , Charge to My Acct. No. I Name., Street- City OR I ENCLOSE A CHECK OR MONEY ORDER SEND CHARGE ACCOUNT APPLICATION FIhsi add 25c for deliver charge in mail tr phone irdsrs (dialing less than 3.S5 Zone- State final clearance p 1 an tresn snirts T clean, brand new 1 ,t. rom renowned Lady IHafhaway cotton shirts if "Sft-V. fry 4-"x - . i Jj;i . 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