The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on July 29, 1970 · 4
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i Boston Evening Globe Wednesday, July 29, 1973 the whole town will jj Somerville in line for award TTTtWTTT?TTTra THE WHOLE TOWN WIIJ mtmQmW BE BUZZING THURSDAY Somerville has been selected as one of the 22 finalist cities in the annual "All American Cities" competition, Mayor S. Lester Ralph announced today. The mayor said the selection was based on "three issues which brought distinction" to the city. They involve citizen initiative in seeking to improve city standards and living: First, the efforts of Somerville parents to improve nutrition by institut ing school lunches, nutrition education programs, and the commodity distribution program; The interest of citizens in participating in the election of a new government, and the dedication of individuals and groups to keeping informed about issues within their government, and the efforts toward citizen participation in democratic government; Citizen and adminis tration cooperation in attempts to have Rte. 1-93 built as a depressed highway. This has attracted the attention of other cities and towns as well as the attention of the governor. Eleven of the 22 finalist cities will be named winners. Fitchburg is the only other Massachusetts city to win a berth among the finalists. In his statement to the city's residents Mayor Ralph said, "Thank you all IJ3 SELECTION the dramatic low price speaks for itself ... be early. MISSES;WGMEM,JUMI0R81 M ( s i:-v Vfl Mfrowitito ir-m"' . sr- rm-r-rj-tr-w .in. ' inn i mm i vvvvwfm- j-'mitmmi-iiiiiro mt,y g I f i IN TIME FOR FALL WEDDINGS . . . EXQUISITE LINEUP SO OFF-PRICE BE ON TIME THURSDAY at 9:30 A.M. FINE RETAIL SHOPS SURPLUS ONE or FEW T FASHION WEDDING GOWNS S159V39?? SILK FAILLES RAYON FAILLES SILK PEAU DE SOIES BEADED BODICES SILK SATINS PURE WHITES RAYON SATINS OYSTER WHITES RAYON AND ACETATES ANTIQUE WHITES Jllij UI VTCMTIC PUD flrrt trim nut bi EXTRAOKDIMAAILV LOW to Mil mt nick It ar ) ton through momitle niiitliM, 23 i'tir 12 til Int ir, 50't aftif NEW FALL II nlllni Oyi, 75 altar 24 iclllnl 4in tufe mult after )0 lllnl lays lia ia to ikariiaila laitltillom. DRESSES,SLACKS,TOPS,SKIRTS DMSSES: See londeel acrylics, acetate and nylon, few dreiiy metallic!, eleti new Pall colon, lit short ileerei, k length ileei, A-linei, belted itylai liiet 4 to la, I to II or petite I to II In the let. SLACKS: Se nylon knlti, cotton tniti end .other, itt new Fell colors iliet I lo It, I Is II In lot, SKIRTSt Nylon knit and otlier, tee new Fall celo'i iii i to II, I to I) In the lot. Alio choke lingerie, foundation oa'manii, panty hoia. up - . UiUai toniMHl'.!' MOMENTS T SIZES 10 or 12 ONLY IN LOT. some soiled from handling MISSES SPORTY SCOOP! ON SALE MISSES FAMOUS SPORTSWEAR SECTION FAMOUS KNIT SPORTSWEAR TOPS, TUNICS, PANTS SWEATERS, SKIRTS IRREGULARS COST YOU MUCH LESS. Cotton, acrylic and other knit skirts, jerseys, pant tops, nylon acrylic and other cardigan sweaters, knit and other pants, tome or 53 linen with 47 cotton knit tunici shifts or dresses, with self belts basic colors liaht or dark SIZES 8 to 16 in lot. OFF PRICE SECONDS THURSDAY 9:30 A.M. mi to - the - minute i k i ruMTik i i nn i v rr TD hJ quality, extensive variety OF styles, rainbow of colors, patterns and low, low, low price! v BUY SEVERAL! print dresses shift styles linen look reyoni dacron and cotton acetate prmts polyester knits rayon and cotton shirt dresses sleeveless styles rayon and acetates printed rayons cotton prints 2-pc. styles acetate jerseys printed polyesters KcMfcMBcR BUY FOR NOW . . BUY FOR FALL . . THURSDAY 9:30 A.M. $ SECONDS $3:20 SECONDS rM 99 kP cotton knits and many more in lot. MISSES SIZES 8 to 18 WOMEN'S SIZES ' l2l2 to 22l2 JUNIOR SIZES 5 to 13 in lot. AND OTHER 26" few higher Sargent pushes for housing bills Gov. Francis W. Sargent today met with 13 Senate Republicans "seeking support for the bipartisan comprehensive housing bills which are to be brought up in the Senate soon. The bills, written by an urban affairs committee subcommittee, incorporate many of the governor's housing proposals. The legislation provides Fire Dept. . The Boston Fire Dept. is running a n accelerated course of instructions to help aspiring firefighters pass an Aug. 28 civil service examination. District Chief John Harrison is in charge of the 10-session course. A thorough briefing on firefighting equipment is part of the course which is an extension of a program started to assist minority groups in passing the entrance exams. Fire Comm. James Kelly said the studies are being held in the Firefighters' Memorial Hall at F i.r e Headquarters on Southampton St., Monday and Wednesday nights at 7. Postort Cbem'ng Iotie Pub.i.njil u.y OLOKr. Niv.VSPAPER CO., Boston, Mass. 02107. (Established March 4. 1872. Evening edition first issued March 7. 1878. Sunday edition first issued Oct. 14. 1877.) SUBSCRIPTION RATES Morning Evening Sunday Per Per Per Per Per Per Mo. Yr. Mo. Yr. Mo. Yr. Boston Postal Zone 45 00 3.75 45.00 2.00 24,00 New England States 39.00 3.29 39.00 2.00 24.00 3.75 3.25 blsewhrre in li.S. and Possessions 4.00 48.00 4.00 48.00 2.50 30.00 Canada 4.00 6.00 48.00 4.00 48.00 2.50 Foreirn Countries 72.00 6.00 72.00 4.00 30.00 48.0V Servicemen Daily only 1.00 per mo.. 12.00 per yr. (Please do not send cash. Use money orders or checks. ) Back numbers ( per copy I, 15c daily, 50c Sundays; over 3 month.; old. out of print. Second class postage paid at Boston, Mass. If you want the Globe delivernl to your h'.me regularly call 288-8000. ' SOMEHOW, for a $50 million increase to build about 2800 more units of elderly housing; a $15 million program to renovate public housing units; a $350 million increase in bond issues to permit construction of about 20,000 low-cost housing units by private enterprise, and other proposals to help alleviate the state housing emergency. After the meeting helping applicants Applicants may register at Fire Headquarters in the office of Community Relations. The job requires applicants to be US citizens between 21 and 35, a resident of the state for one year, Guards at drowning site Three lifeguards and 10 other swimmers were around the MDC swimming pool in Franklin Field on July 1 when Ronald Mara-ble, 14, drowned, a House investigating committee was told today. Associate Medical Examiner Dr. George W. Curtis, said the youth could have struck his head while diving in the pool. Dr. Curtis noted a bruise in the center of the Dorchester boy's forehead, although the skull was not fractured. The death was the sec-. ond at the Field in less than a year. After the drowning in 1969, a bill was enacted to require that MDC lifeguard be at e?' 18 years old. , A lifeguard dived in and took the boy out of the I . (10 AM, 5:55 PM) YOU FEEL MORE IMPORTANT Sargent said: "Based on my conversation with leg- , islators of both parties, I am, confident this legislation will be enacted. It should be. The committee report on the bill was written under the leadership of Rep. David Liederman (D-Malden) and Urban Affairs Senate Chairman John Moakley (D-South Boston). and a Boston resident six months. There are no height, weight or educational requirements and the starting pay is $153.85 a week with a top pay of $198.10 at the end of two years. water, took him to the first aid room,' where he was given mouth to mouth resuscitation by a policeman. An artificial resuscitator was also used. A worker at the pool, Marvin Tate of Dorchester, said he first saw the body and called to the lifeguards. The youth was pulled from the pool at 7:30 p.m. He died the next morning about 5 a.m. Ft. Devens protest FT. DEVENS About 50 persons, identified as members of the Nonviolent Direct Action Group, staged a peaceful demonstration outside the main gate for two hours Tuesday to protest alleged free speech and assembly res-tricions at this Army base. H, ' 5 V 'I SC MAYOR RALPH for bringing this tribute to our city. We are at long last beginning to move for-wad. I hope that together we can continue to build a community we are all proud to live in." 4 arraigned in conspiracy theft case Four persons have been arraigned in East Boston District Court on charges stemming from purchases of long distance air travel tickets with money orders that were a part of the 460 stolen from the W. T. Grant store on Washington st., Boston, on June 1. Charged by State Police at Logan International Airport with conspiracy to steal are: Mrs. Doris V. Ruggieri, 38, of Siren st., Winthrop; Norma Conte, 39, of Salem st., Boston; Rocco Scali, 25, of Buck-nam st., Everett, and Cris-tos Nikas, 38, of Revere Beach Blvd., Revere. Judge Guy Rizzotto entered pleas of innocent for Scali and Conti yesterday and for Ruggieri and Nikas on Monday and continued their cases until Aug. 11. - Mrs. Ruggieri is a waitress in the North End; Scali a baker in the North End, and Nikas is a ticket counter employee at National Airlines at Logan. Miss Conte is unemployed. State Police are coordinating their investigation on the stolen money orders with Peabody and Lynn police. On June 30, the body of Richard P. Doyle, 37, of School st., Lynn, was found in a quarry off Greenwood St., Peabody, several days after his arraignment in Lynn District Court for reportedly cashing one of the W. T. Grant stolen money orders. Doyle, who was recognized in' Lynn District Court, was thereafter arraigned in Saugus District Court charged with receiving stolen property and money order blanks. Doyle was shot in the head, neck and the back. ' 1 " "','' ' ' - i ' 1 ' $f -u - ON TWA. 1

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