The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on January 28, 1981 · 65
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m yi"vr"r'ipp rrrr rr rir rrrrry yrrr ' " r r r y LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES OBITUARIES Foster B. Silva, land warden, 62 MARTHA S VINEYARD - Foster B. Silva, 62, of Chappaquiddick Island, warden of the Trustees of Reservations and a noted conservationist, died unexpectedly Monday In Massachusetts General Hospital. v He was born on Chappaquiddick, attended schools there, and over the years had become one of the best known figures on Chappaquiddick and Martha's Vineyard. In the late 1940s he owned and Operated the ferry between Chappaquiddick and Martha's Vineyard. From 1953-1956 he lived In California, where he operated the ferry between Balboa Island and Balboa. He then returned to Martha's Vineyard, where he owned an antique shop and snack bar in Edgartown. For many years he has been in charge of the reservations on Martha's Vineyard and supervisor of the Cape Pogue Wildlife Refuge and the Wasque Reservation, both on Chappaquiddick. Mr. Silva was a longtime friend of the Kennedy family and was well known to thousands of fishermen surf-casting along the Chappaquiddick beaches during the summer months. He was devoted to his duties and often would take along a group of youngsters as he made his tours. Those who were told to leave a -certain area or alter their practices never seemed to be offended, because he made known his wishes in such a polite manner. Mr. Silva also served as winter caretaker for more than 50 homes used by summer residents. He leaves his wife. Odeama (Dodie) Gil! Silva; a son, John B. Silva of Edgartown; a daughter, Joan Palmer of Falmouth; and .three grandchildren. A funeral Mass will be said tomorrow at 10 a.m. in St. Elizabeth's Church in Edgartown. Ferma Perullo, 67 Taught music in Revere A funeral Mass for Ferma F. (Fiore) Per-ullo, 67, of Revere Beach parkway. Revere, retired director of music in Revere Public Schools, will be said today at 10 a.m. in Immaculate Conception Church, Revere. She died Sunday after a long illness. Mrs. Perullo was born in Rhode Island and lived most of her life in Revere. She was a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music, majoring in the piano. She gave recitals at numerous charitable affairs in the Greater Boston area and was a guest performer with the Nashua. N.H., Philharmonic Orchestra. Widow of Louis C. Perullo, a former superintendent of Revere Public Schools, Mrs. Perullo taught music at schools in Martha's Vineyard and in Hamilton before teaching in the Revere schools. Mrs. Perullo leaves two daughters, Carol and Ferma Perullo, both of Revere; a son Louis C. Perullo Jr. of Alexandria, Va.; five brothers, John, Frank, Russell, Louis and Christopher Fion;, all of Providence, and two grandchildren. John A. Clasby, 53 Pressman at The Boston Globe AVON John A. Clasby, 53, a pressman at The Boston Globe, died Monday In Carney Hospital, Dorchester. He was born in Boston and lived in Dorchester before moving to Avon some years ago. Mr. Clasby had worked at The Globe since 1952. He served in the Army during World War II. He was an avid golfer. He leaves his wife, Charlotte (Tirreli); two sons,' William Gillan of Allston and Leo Gillan of Hingham;three daughters, Ruth Clasby of Maiden, and Deborah and Patricia Clasby, both of Avon; six brothers. Francis J. of Dorchester. William E. and James E., both of Holbrook. Robert J. and Peter F. Jr., both of Whitman, and Donald A. Clasby of Abington; three sisters, Patricia E. Ford of Holbrook, Barbara A. MacNeil of Whitman, and E. Marie Iaco-viello of Melrose; and his mother, Ethel Clasby Weed of Brockton. A funeral Mass wll be said Friday at 10 a.m. in St. Michael's Church. THE BOSTON GLOBE WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1981 65 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed Proposals for Protect No. 037-70, Construction of Utilities, Cochltuato State Park. Natick. Massachusetts, will be received at the Office of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Management. Room 1304, 100 Cambridge Street, Boston, Massachusetts, until 9-nn nm Cnh 1a 1981 at which time and place the bids will be publicly opened and read. The protect consists of the In stallation ot electrical wa. ter and sewer (includino. lift station) systems. Bids must oe accompanied by a certified check, a treasurer's or cashier s check or bid bond payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts In the amount of 3,2su.uo. no other form of bid security will be accepted. The bidding documents may be examined In Room 1304, 100 oamoriage street, Boston, and' copies obtained by depositing a check in the amount of $25.00 payable to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Refund will be made to those returning the documents In a satisfactory condition within twenty (20) days after the opening of the bids. A pre-biddlng conference for prospective bidders will be held at 10:30 o'clock a.m. on Wednesday, February 11, 1981, at the Co-chltuate State Park Headquarters Building. The right Is reserved to waive any informalities in or to reject any or all bids. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT BY: Richard E. Kendall, Commissioner Advertised: January 28, 1981 James L. Lowden Retired expediter, 89 HOULTON, Maine Funeral services wiil be held tomorrow for James L. Lowden, 89. a retired expediter for a Water-town, Mass., manufacturing firm and proprietor of a Melrose, Mass., grocery store for a number of years. He died in a rest home here Sunday. , Born in East Boston, Mr. Lowden lived in Melrose for many years and was graduated from Melrose High School. He was graduated cum laude from Harvard In 1914. and earned his law degree there In 1918. After graduation, Mr. Lowden worked for a short time for the law office of Hutch-ins and Wheeler in Boston. He then went into business with his father. John E. Lowden. in operating the family grocery stores in Melrose and Melrose Highlands. In the mid 1940s Mr. Lowden Joined Manning. Maxwell & Moore, a manufacturing firm in Watertown. After his retirement man years ago. he remained in Melrose until 1978. when he moved to Houlton. He leaves his wife. Caroline (Wortman). whom he married in Maiden. Mass. on Aug. 18. 1920: two daughters. Marieta Macfarlane of Harpswell. Maine, and Prts-cilla J. Palmer of Island Falls. Maine: three grandchildren and five great- grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Bowers Funeral Home in Island Falls. Oilier obituaries Pases 21. 3M POLICY FOR REGENCY HALL CONVALESCENT AND RETIREMENT CENTER It is the policy of the Regency Hall Convalescent and Retirement Center to admit arid treat all patients without regard to race, color, or national origin. The same requirements for admission are applied to all and patients are assigned within the home without regard to race, color, or national orl- Jiln. There Is no distinction n eligibility for, or in the manner of providing, any Eatient service provided y the nursing home or by others Inside or outside of the home. All facilities of the nursing home are available without distinction to all patients and visitors regardless of race, color, or national origin. All persons and organizations having occasion either to refer patients for admission or recommend Re cency Hall Convalescent and Retirement Center are advised to do so without regard to the patients race, color or national ori- gin. MASSACHUSETTS BAY TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Please be advised that Section 5(1) (3) of the Urban Mass. Transportation Act of 1964, as amended, requires that public hearings be held to obtain, testimony regarding substantial service and fare changes. A public hearing will be held on Thursday,. February 26, 1981, st 6:00 P.M., Hearing Room, 21st floor, McCormsck State Office Building, One Ashburton Place, Boston, Massachusetts. On December 23, 1980, the Advisory Board ot the MBTA approved an Insufficient operating budget for 1981. Due to the shortage of funds to provide an appropriate level of service, a financial emergency exists. Accordingly, general systemwlds service reductions are contemplated In addition to the following proposed specific reductions and Commuter Rail fare changes. 1. BUS SERVICE: Eliminate special school bus trips (private and public); Significantly reduce or eliminate subsidy to private carriers in Winthrop, HuH, SalemPsabody; Eliminate suburban mini-bus subsidies in Lexington, Winchester, Bedford, Natick, Needhsm. 2. STREETCAR SERVICE: Close Mattapan Streetcar Une (alternate bus service available). 3. SUNDAY SERVICE: (Bus and rapid transit) Effective February 1, 1981: BLUE LINE: Rapid transit service from Government Center to Orient Heights: Bus service available from Orient Heights to wonderland (Suffolk Downs, Beachmont, Revere Beach, Wonderland stations closed). ORANGE LINE: Rapid transit service from Forest Hills to Wellington; Bus service available from Wellington to Oak Grove (Maiden Center, Oak Grove Stations close). GREEN LINE: Prudential Station closed. Collector's booth Lechmere closed; Passengers will pay when boarding at Lechmere. BUS SERVICE: Eliminate twenty-four (24) high-cost, lowly patron ized routes. Route Changes win oe announced before February 1 1981. Effective March 22. 1981 : RED LINE: Rapid Transit service from Brsintree to HarvardBrattle and from Andrew to HarvardBrattle; Bus service available from An drew to Ashmont (Columbia, Savin Hill, Fields Corner, Shawmut, Ashmont stations closed). ' ON OTHER BUS ROUTES: Sixty (60) buses will provide all Sunday service. 4. COMMUTER RAIL: Close 9 Commuter Rail stations: West Gloucester, Auburndale, Morton Street, Uphams Corner, Plimpton- ville. Silver Hill, Woburn square, west Newton and Cross Street. Eliminate all off-peak Saturday and Sunday service at 3 stations: Belmont Center, waverly bquare and Prides crossing. MONDAY-FRIDAY Eliminate 2 mid-day round-trips between Bos ton and South Acton. Eliminate 2 rush-hour round-trips between Boston and Hastings. Eliminate all service to Cross Street and Wo burn (8 of the 17 round trips will be retained as far as Winchester). Eliminate 1 morning round-trip between Boston and Stoughton. Eliminate 1 mid-day round-trip between Boston and Attleboro. SATURDAYS Eliminate 2 round-trips between Boston and South Acton. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Eliminate 2 round-trips between Boston and South Acton. Eliminate 5 round-trips between Boston and Ipswich. COMMUTER RAIL Proposed New Fare Structure For Implementation February 15. 1981 seen? ACCOUNTANTS MBACPA For consulting, manage-ment, systems, sudlf S acctg. projects. 396-1381. Present Proposed Present Proposed Zone Fare 12-Ride Fare Monthly 1 $12.50 $13 75 $33.00 $39.00 2 15.00 16.50 39.00 4600 3 17.50 19.25 46.00 52.00 4 20.00 22.00 . 52 00 59.00 5 22.50 24.75 59.00 63.00 6 25.00 27.50 65.00 67.00 7 27.50 30.25 72.00 72.00 8 30.00 33.00 78.00 78.00 9 - 32.50 35.75 85.00 85.00 10 35.00 38.50 91.00 91.00 11 37.50 41.25 98.00 98.00 COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BOARD OF BAR EXAMiN ERS. In the matter of ROB ERT SAMUEL AGNELLO of Manchester, THOMAS FRANCIS McGUIRE of Amherst. STEPHEN S. OS TRACH of Cambridge, BRUCE LINDSLEY ROCK-WOOD of Wilbraham, MICHAEL BORIS ROSEN of Boston. DONALD Ml CHAEL SOLOMON of Brookline applicants for admission as attornevs: Before reporting on the character, acquirements and qualifications of above namea applicant s Tor aa-mission to the Massachu setts bar, the Board of Bar Examiners publishes this notice in accordance with Rule 3:016 of the Rules of the Supreme Judicial Court. Boston, January 26. 27. 28, 1981. FREDRIC S. O'BRIEN, CHAIRMAN Slipper Sox! One Day Round Trip Senior Citizen and Youth Group Fares To and From Boston Age 5-1 1 Ages .65 and over 12-18 Zone Proposed Present Proposed Present 1 $1.00 No change $1.95 ($1.65) 2 . 1.15 i 2.30 (1.95) 3 1.40 " I 2.60 (2.30) 4 1.60 " 2.95 (2.60) 5 1.85 3.15 (2.95) 6 2.10 " 3.35 (3.25) 7 2.35 " 3.60 (3.60) 8 2.60 " 3.90 (3.90) 9 2.80 " 4.25 (4.25) 10 3.05 " 4.55 (4.55) 11 3.30 ' 4.90 ' (4.90) A 25c surcharge is also being proposed on cash fares aboard trains only at stations where tickets are sold. At this time, comments may be made regarding the planned service reductions by the MBTA, in order that consideration be given to the effect on energy conservstion and the economic, environmental, and social impact of the changes in fares and service. All will be given a tun opportunity to state ineir views on tnese cnanges. BARRY M. LOCKE. Chairman 1 Wiggle your toes warmly, happily in high or low slipper son. Ruffles nm pretty, new 2 layer slipper sox - one style with multicolor flowef trim, the other with a pert pompon. Crochet in 2 colors. Pattern 7570: directions, sizes S, M, L included. $2.00 for each pattern. Add 50C each pattern for first-class airmail and handling. Send tK Alice Brooks Needlccnft Dept. (Jteltaaon (globe Bm 163. Oil CktlsM Sta.. Nt. Ytrt IT 10113. Prill Nam Mint. Zip. rattan Rani All latttm an h EiiNtt Frtici. Hi Sunt. Catch on to the craft boom! Send for our NEW 1981 NEEDLECRAFT CATALOG. Owi 172 designs. 3 free patterns inside SI 00 AU CRAFT BOOHi J1.75 ucl 134-14 Quki Machine Quite 133-fasfiioi Home Oniftmf 132-fyitt Origin 131-Add a Block Quits 130-Sma1tfFashiori$-SiK3l5( 129-Qwid '' Easy Transfers 12Unelopc Patchwork Quilts 127-Afgttars V DoOiei lTS-Thnfty Crafty Ftom 125-Petjl Quilts 121-PiUow Show-Offv llKnxnet f rtk Spurts 117-bst Art if leedteprnt 114CHle Afghan 112Piizt Afghan HUasj Art 4 Hatrwm Cnxket 110-11 Jiffy tugs lOltastant steam 107-tastvrt Sewmf lOe-teimt Fasnwi lM-taM Honey 103-15 Qntts tar Teday ARTS CRAFTS is one of tne catecjyies Giooe Classified s Market Basket 929-1500 s trie nunoer to call i: that's ra: yen. -e setij" i PEABODY HOUSING AUTHORITY. Invitation To Bid. Sealed proposals for ine rurcnase. delivery ana Installation of Office and Furniture Equipment for the Peabody Housing Authority, situated on 75-81 Central Street, in the otty of peabody, Massachusetts will be received by the Awarding Authority m ine imice or i fie roa-body Housing Authority, 75-81 Central Street. Peabody, Massachusetts until Friday, February 6, 1981 at 12:00 noon. At which time. bids will be publicly opened and read aloud. contract Documents, Including drawings and specifications may be obtained at the Offices of the Peabody Housing Authority, 75-81 Central Street, Peabody, Massachusetts, by depositing $10.00 in the form of cash or a certified check payable to the Peabody Housing Authority for each set of documents. The amount of the deposit will be refunded to each bona fide bidder and to each bidder who returns all documents In good condition within five (5) daya opening of bids. Plans and specifications may be examined without charge at the Office of Phlneas Alpers, Architect, Inc., 344 Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts and at the Office of the Peabody Housing Authority. All proposals must be suominea in a sealed envelope, clearly endorsed with the protect name, and date and time for opening of proposals. All proposals must be completely filled and signed In longhand on copies of form found in the specifications. Extra cop-lee of proposal and forms are available. All prop seals must be accompanied by Cash, Bid Bond or Certi fied Check on, or a Treasurer's or Cashier's Check issued by a responsible Bank or Trust Company, payable to the Peabody Housing Authority, In the amount or rive Hundred Dollars ($500.00). No other form of bid security will be accepted. All bids for this work snail be submitted In accordance with the provisions of General Laws iter. Ed.), Chapter 149 Section 44A through 44L. inclusive, as amended, an all other applicable requirements of the General Laws. Conditional bids will not be accepted. Pea boo Housina Authority. DAVIt MCDONALD. Chairman Equal Housing Opportuni ty. : Legal Notice: NOTICE OF lit PILING OF A COMPLAINT AGAINST JOHN A. MACNEIL. TRUSTEE OF THE 444A GENEVA AVENUE REALTY TRUST, AND A SHORT ORDER OF NOTICE. Notice ie hereby POMALES. JOSE RUIZ, ODALIX BAUTISTA EFRAIN DIAZ. ALEJAN- U"U ORTIZ, WILLIE ftnu, IHMA MALDONA DO. and ANGELA COR- PORAN that they have filed a CIVIL ACTION ki the HOUSING COURT OF THE oil Y OF BOSTON, bearlm the DOCET NUMBEI 11672, against JOHN A. MACNEIL. TRUSTEE OF THE 444A GENEVA AVENUE REALTY TRUST, entitled RAMON POMALES. ci rM. V. JOHN A. MACNEIL, and that said court haa granted plain- ii" (notion roc a ooorr or- oar or notice ot a merino on their MOTION FOR A PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION, which hearing shaM be held m said court on reomary zno. 1981. at 2 OO p.m. At that time said court wM hear plaintiffs' petition, pursuant to Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 111, Section 127H. mat said court appoint as receiver of the buildings at 444A-452 GENEVA AVENUE and 1 JOSEPHINF STREET. DORCHESTER, MASSACHUSETTS, to which title is now held by JOHN A. MACNEIL as TRUSTEE OF THE 444A GENEVA AVENUE REALTY TRUST, a non-profit corporation formed by said plaintiffs, aw of whom are tenants ot said properties, and entitled the JOSEPHINE-GENEVA TENANTS ORGANIZATION. UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE. BOSTON. MASSACHUSETTS Notice hereby omen that me foHowmg has been seized for violation of the laws of the Urted States. District Case No. 8O-0417-00068. 18 Gold bracelets. 1 pa Gold earnngs with wf-Nte end pink atones. 2 cold bracelets with one Bme stone. Boston. Massachusetts, 9' 26 80. 19 USC 1497. Any person Claiming any pert of this property is requred to appear and Me wm the undersigned a cteim to such property and a bond m tre sum of $250 00 wtmm 20 days from trie first posting of ttvs notce Unless such a ctasm and bond are tiled vnthwi the twne presented, me property wi be onet-ed ana deposed of m accordance wtn tne law JO"N V LNO DiSTOiCT rECTOR OF CUSTOMS ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS. The Board of Select men of the Town of Essex. Massachusetts, will receive sealed general bids for Construction ot a water Treatment Plant un til 2:00 P.M. Eastern Stan dard Time. Tuesday March 3. 1981 , at the Town Hall, Essex, Massachu setts 01929, at which time and place all bids thus received will be publicly opened and read aloud. Sub-bids for the specification sections stated in the Information for Bidders will be received by the Board of Public Works at the address given above until 2:00 P.M. Eastern Stan dard Time, Tuesday, Feb ruary 17, 1981, at which time and place all sub-bids thus received will be publicly opened and read aloud. A copy of the contract documents tor the work may be obtained from the office of Whitman & Howard, Inc., Engineers and Architects, Wellesley, Massachuaetts 02181 upon the deposit of $100.00 in cash or check made payable to Whitman & Howard Inc. Such deposits will be refunded if the contract documents are returned in good condition to the Issuing office, postpaid If mailed, within thirty daya after the opening of bios unless the permission of the Engineer Is obtained for a later return. Contract documents will be mailed to prospective bidders upon request and receipt of a separate check for $10.00 made payable to Whitman & Howard, Inc., which will not be refunded. The contract documents may be examined at the following 'locations: Office of the Board of Selectmen, own naii, trssex, Massachusetts. Office of Whit man 8 Howard, Inc. 45 Wil liam street. Wellealev Massachusetts;' Office of Dodge Reports, 858 Park aquare uuiioing Boston, Massachusetts. Each bid shall be accompanied by a security in the amount and form described in the Information for Bidders. The Bidder s attention Is called to the "Requirement for Affirmative Action to En sure Eaual EmDlovment Opportunity" (Executive oraer ti4or ana tne Minority and Female partici- tation goals. By Town of ssex. By its Board of selectmen ANTIQUES Oriental Rugs WANTED 9 ANY SIZE-ANY CONDITION HIGHEST PRICES PAID OEAL WITH THE LARGEST FIRM IN NEW ENGLAND 60 YEARS IN BUSINESS CALL ANYTIME. 277-0466 WE PAY ' HIGHEST PRICES FOR ORIENTAL RUGS! 277-4753; 277-4786 CALL ANYTIME A FAIR DEAL WANTED TO BUY We pay much more than dealers tor these item Wood iceboxes, walnutoak turniiure, oia aoiis & toys, clocks, stained glass. Ori ental rugs. 1 item or entire estate. 324-4171, 324-9049 Oriental Rugs WANTED a HIGHER ALLOWANCES Call 729-3946 anytime FURNITURE WANTED Antique custom reproduc tions, uooa manog., ainrm. bdrm. sets, breakfronts. sil ver, cut glass, etc. TOWNE ANTIQUES, 731-3326. One piece or a household. HUMIKELS Figurines, plates & bells. CARMELITE GIFT SHOP . 617-531-8340 A LADY WISHES TO BUY AMli, oil 332-7135. I BUY OLD DOLLS AND TEDDYS 734-O502. ANTIQUES PURCHASED Also Oriental rugs wanted. Highest prices paid. Any size, any cond. Cert, ap-praisals. 337-4383, anytime. ANTIQUES, China, prints. brass, etc. for sale, from Wellesley home. Call 235-8034, Sat. thru Tues. CHIPPENDALE, Drop leaf iDie., Dan a ciaw & caroioia legs, 17th Century, $2000 or offer, Call 254-0239. Coal,OiI,Wood,Cuarcoal j QUALITY. SERVICE ft COURTESY WEVERY LOADI -16" CUT AND SPLIT. Sea-aoned 128 cu. ft. stack measureunit, $112- nounn. Min. 7 units. ureen avail. 4' LENGTHS. 12-24 mo seas. $95-1100128 cu. ft. mm. 4Vk units. -LOG LENGTH, 1400 Cu. ft. tightly loaded, cordage guar., $520-$580. Seas, avail. All hardwood. Prices incl. dellv. Call J.F. FIREWOOD TOLL FREE, 1-800-258-5207, Sund.-Frid., 9-6. Ask about grn. wood stoves THE SAP IS IN THE ROOTS NOW ia the best time to buy your log length firewood. During the severe cold weather, the aap ia actually frozeh tight In the tree's roots. Not being able to flow Into the tree means that the hardwood trees have a very low moisture content. RESULT-a hotter, more ef ficient, quicker starting fire wnn mucn less creosote. Call 603-224-8120 BENSON FIREWOOD Vk YEAR DRY Cut for 18 mo and split for a minimum of one yr. we absolutley guarantee the aryness ot tnis wood. Dei. in 160 cu. ft. units at no extra charge. 514 units S115 2Vt units $120 Single Unit $135 4 ft. split $105 Call for pick up prices. 864-8181. FIREWOOD DEALERS Trailer deliveries of 15V4 units. 160 cu. ft. Both seasoned & 2 mo. old Ail Northern hardwood cut. split, 16" MINUTEMAN Pine Bark & Firewood Acton, MA; 617-263-9257 FOR SALE MAGIC CARPET SALES Wholesale ww caroat. major branda avail. Pa1 40 to 60 leas than retai store prices. If you are building, remodeling, or buying a house or condominium, please compare our prices oeiore you ouy. Call Bob, 762-3632 for an appt. Free estimates. Fl nancing available. OFFICE FURNITURE BURLINGTON KITCHENS AND BATHS An kitchen cabinets from our line will be Installed free. Any kitchen sale over $3500 will Include a free dishwasher. Offer good thru Feb. 28. We afao do bathroom remodeling, carpentry, dry wall, plumbing, elec.. floors, plastering, textured ceilings, no )ob too Dig, ng iou 100 small, uaui Joe Levlne 273-4463. NATIONAL OVERHEAD DOOR saies, installation, openers, repairs and remodelina. N.O.D. Co. will Install our standard 8 X7' or 9 X7 overhead door fnr 9nn Special contractors rates available on doors featured In our residential line. We can remodel your present door opening to accomo date our smooth operating doors for a minimal foA Give us-the N.O.D. Call Bob Levine at zra-4463. FOR THE GARDEN SEEDS HERBS, Wild Flowers, Rare Shrubs. Herbs & spices aave ouTk-roT. bhook- SIDE HERBS 531-4027. 160 ca.ft.ioit 7 or 9 unlts-loo. length $39.50 per unit. 8 units- immed. delivery, cut 4 split, $59.50 per unit delivery. Munoc i MDcn bunr. 603-428-7622 SEASON HEAT FIREWOOD Cut. split, delivered. 160 cu ft., 3 unit minimum, $120 per unit. Fresh wood avail. Oall 617-957-3388. KIN FIREWOOD (Hardwood) 603-472-8457 Loo lenoths 1500 cu.ft. $500; 2200 cu. ft. $700. CERTIFIED DRY HDWD. 128 cu. ft. per unit. Cut & split any size. $135. oer unit. Reduced prices on inree or more uniis. suilr van Service. Call 664-2258. GORHAM LaScala 63 piece sterling naiware, excellent condition. $2,000 firm. Write P.O. Box 687 Plastow, N.H. 03865. PRIVATE collector seeks top quality Canton, Rose Medall on & Mandarin Perfect condition only. Call eves, oji-a iu.. BOOKS ATTENTION: For the housewife on a budaet 101 Ways To Prepare Chicken. For Info, send self addressed envelope to Mr. J. Raulerson, P.O. Box 2035, Conway, N.H. 03818. ENCYCLOPAEDIA Brltan- nlca. fully revised 1981 Edition now available! Free brochure. Call 237-7095 BUSINESS MACHINES DEC-WANG NEW & USED TERMIN ALSICOM PUTERS AMERICAN USED COM PUTERS 437-1100 NOTICE. Under the nrovi. sions of part 162 48. Code oi reoerai Heguiations, approximately 23.588 pounds of swordfish will be sold as is, by public auction to the highest bidder on Jan uary dn, 1981 at 1:00 p.m., at the Office of the Port Director, U.S. Custom house, Jr second Street, New Bedford, Mass. Th swordfish cannot lawfullv enter the commerce of the United Statee since it is noi in compliance with Federal Law, including but not Nmited to the provisions of Chapter 9, title 21, United States Code. The swordfish must be removed from Maritime Ter minal, new Bedford and be exported from the United Statea under United States Customs supervision. The Successful bidder shsH pay In cash or certified check payable to "United States Customs Service'' witnin five (51 days from date ot sale-Bidder wiH a'so be liable tor storage from that date forward. Inspection may be arranged by calling the Port Director at rfil7i M7. 0721 prior to 10:00 a.m. on January 29. 1981. The United States Government reserves the right to refuse any and all bids. LEGAL NOTICE CONTACT J an uutram. Director of Mental Retardation Ser-wcee. 969-3360 The De- Karrmeni of Mental Health ewton - Weilesiey-Weston-Needham Area Office is requesting proposals for purchase of service programs in Fiscal Veer 19S1. The Department is seeking to purchase the following 1 Respite Care 2. Specialized Home Care 3. Earty Intervention Bid specinca-l non ww oe avertable February 2. 1981 at me Department ot Mental Health Area Office. 429 Water-town Street. Newton. MA 02158 Responses must be recervea no later than Feb ruary Z3. 1981, 5 OO P M at the Area Omce The mnmon wealth of Mas an Equal Op-Employer IBM MEMORY 100 TYPEWRITER ios. old. brand new cond., barely used, una Srice $4,500; Asking 3.000. For more Info. please call 244-5880. TELECOMMUNICATION SYSTEMS Several Seaboard Model 32 II. Complete systems. Please call Mr J. F. Fitzpa- iric, 040-uroa. 1977 TEC Ma-110. 4 Dent cash reoister. Excel, cond. Serv. contract avail. $500 Or CO. BQ3-4f 6-8464. SAVIN 770 copier, 2 years old, mint cond., complete wservice contract, gooo until 1281, serviced by Alpha Omega Copier Inc. For more inro can Jackie til 7-453-1776, between 8 8. 5. SAVIN 750 Copier, 4 years old, under full maintenance contract, new drum, bo. 749-7770 Ms. Payne. WORD PROCESSOR. Dual tape redactor, 1976 Model. Exc. cond. Please call Mr. Yesalonia. 492-1960. CASH REGISTERS CASH REGISTERS, sales, service, new. used. Electronic. Mechanical. Call Crown Register. 438-5151. NEW-USED cash registers. up Frank Bowman. 665-4066, 598-7097. EVERREAOY FUEL C.O.D., cash & cert, checks only. $1.06 per 1000 gal min. $1.09 per 150 qal. min Prices subject to change wunoui nonce. o-ouzi DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY 100 seasoned hardwood. 128 cu. ft. Includ. written guar. Cosgrove Landscape, Inc., 444-7108, anytime. W00DIW00DI WOODI Cut, split, delivered. You sit back & enjoy! 160 cu. ft., 3 unit min. Seas. $115. Fresh $105. 603-746-3380. Visa. DRY DRY DRY DRY DRY 100 seasoned hardwood 128 cu. ft. includ. written Jiuar. Cosgrove Landscape, nc, 444-7108, anytime. 1 HEATING OIL 1000 gal. min. COO., certified checks only. ACE OIL CORP. 848-924(3 Firewood all hardwood PICK UP OR DEL. ANY AMOUNT. 667-4829 COINS AND STAMPS PRIV. party buying (cash) fire 1940 stamp collec-ions, U.S. plus foreign. Call 401-272-2522. LOAM FOR SALE Lge. guanines. 862-3400 FURNITURE, ETC NEW MISMATCHED MATTRESSES. $37 Factory closeouts of fam ous make mattresses and box springs, all new. Twin $37 ea., full $48 ea., queen set $125. ROYAL SLUMBER SHOP, 251 Worcester Rd., (Rte. 9), Natick. 655-0340. Next to Merit Gas stn. SOFA BEDS $145 Brand new factory seconds ana neavy oury nercuion fabrics. ROYAL SLUMBER shop. 251 Worcester Rd. (Rte. 9). Natick. 655-0340. Across from McDonald's. EXPENSIVE FURNITURE CHEAP QUINT'S DISC. FURNITURE Open dally 9-9 pm, 535 Main St., Maiden. 322-6650 STUDENT FURNITURE SALES New desks, $40; bureaus, bookcases, bedding, studios, etc. 46 Gainsboro st. 247-1061; 1492 Dorchester av ZB7-97Z0. FURNITURE WANTED Also antiquea, rugs, clocks, uronze, puinnng, Dric-a-brae. KAY-BEE. 266-4487. ANTIQUE Will. & Mary oak Dinrmset. Chinese Chipp. Bedrm. set. Sheraton Ma-hog. 9 piece dinrmset 237-9444, 281-0948. BEDROOM set, 7 ps. solid manog. lontemp , appraised at $1000. Will sac- ritlce $625. 597-8554. BEDROOM SET. 9 pc, king bun, lino iww, ivitiut oy John Stewart of Boston. $1000. call aft 6, 889-2516. BEIGE bound rug, 8.5x12, wiin paa, eiu. lail 7249 after 5. BROYHILL Dresser with mirror, large, $40. 848-6529 eves. CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT MUST sell 1976 sidewalk Snow Plow, gd. cond.. WSJUOTD.O., OtQ-4b5U. DENTISTS DENTURES $125 FULL UPPERLOWER Both $195 Ltd. time only ADA approved materials VISAM.C. ins. acceoted Complete dental serv. avail. DR'S. CAIL & COSEO 522-5700 456 Centre St. Jam. Plain 471-1971 1229 Hancock St., Quincy , Dr. F.J. Balboa 969-1971 517 Washington St. Newton DIAMONDS & JEWELRY DIAMONDS-GOLD ANTIQUE JEWELRY PAYING HIGHEST PRICES 6 A H DIAMONTEE 618 Hammond St. Off Rt. 9 Chestnut Hill-734-3481 CASH paid-old furniture. n (xi sen oia gooas. i piece or estates. Mike, 277-9547. CLYDE Pearson sofa and love seat, good cond., $800. 826-8573. New and Seconds Office Furniture Dk From W6oJ desks S6000 Salesman aesui $90 00 Executive desks $ 1 00 00 Files 2-drtiwer 4-drawer Lateral tues From $40 00 S60 00 $20000 Chairs Stacking chairs Secretarial chairs Swivel chairs Enecutive chairs Judge's chairs From SI 2 00 S30 00 $35 00 $50 00 $6000 Hundreds ol pieces , Credenzas. Bookcases. We accept most credit . cards Quantities limited Office Furniture Clearance Center 136 Mystic Avenue, Medford, MA (61 7)395-1 556 From Rte. 93 take Exit 5 Mon-Frj 9-5 Sat 9-3 LAWYERS David C. Prince Attorney at law Providing personafoed legal services at reasonable and affordable lees. Uncontested Divorce $200 $220 Bankruptcy Incorporation Simple WMs Real Estate Closings Civil Legation fees do not include coot costs 125 $ 50 Cal for at appommoit It Beacon Street, Boston 617.367.2942 24-HOUR N DIVORCE Boston law firm will arrange with its affliliated Dominican Republic law firm your travel, hotel, and all legal documents. Complete arrangements incl. air fare, $1300. FREE CONSULTATION CALL 451-5700 C. THOMAS FAUST Ten Post Office Sq., Boston SERVICES & REPAIRS PLASTERED Tutor. Ceilings S Walls Scroll & Stucco Finishes Hides Cracks & Peeling 9x12 Ceiling: $75.00 ALL WORK GUARANTEED Skaroi Tixtun Ceiling. Co. 628-0543 ROOFING & MASONRY Tar & Gravel plus p'' jther types. Flashing, f, -s & porches, expert n. .nry, waterproofing, poir.iing & chimneys. Fully licensed & insured. 367-2222. EXPERT CARPENTRY We specialize in formica kitchens, tiie baths, porches, plaster, drywall & painting. We can design & build. Fully licen. & ins. 367-2222. E4F HOME IMPROVEMENT Carpentry, painting, roofing, plumbing a electrical. 24 Hours a day service. Call for tree estimate 628-5632. SPRAY PAINTING ' Save money & time. Clean, neat work. Com'1. & residential. 899-2772. WATER DAMAGED Ceilings & walls repaired at low cost. 699-2772. FREE CONSULTATION FREE PARKING Divorce .from $179 24-hour Divorce $450 Bankruptcy from $1 79 personal injury iiaims ALFORD BERTRAND Attorneys Wiltien-Watertowi-Xewtoi 926-8800 QuiiCY Office 773.-7161 DO YOU NEED A LAWYER? Quality serviceexperience nea8onabie trices Divorce, accidents, real- estate, landlord-tenant. ' Criminal defense 24 HOUR DIVORCE COMPLETE PACKAGE Summers, Summers, Yorra 30 Newbury St., Boston UNCTD. DIV0RCE-S200 24-HOUR OIV0RCE-J60O Donlrru r-vtt-w O ""! - 1A1 1 1 1 I I VJrtlNt Y IVIMnrV on AW 523-8070 WORKERS' COMPENSATION Auto accidents. Atty oiepnen M. rvaiz. oro-oro UNCONTESTED Dlvorc $150 costs. Leg. services Atty. Lauper 247-37B8. KITCHEN Set, glass w 4 velvet chairs, $425. Only 5 mos. oio. 9r-r4jo, eves. MOVING must sell bdrm. set, dinrm. set & refrig. A soraoeds. 640-1420. NEW Therapeutic full size mattress, box and frame. Z3Z-363S eves- $30. 12x15. $49. 6rientals spreads. Drapes, sheets. mattresses, turn. Small wfcly. payments. 436-6612. USED Furniture. ContemD. sofa, love seat, both aood cond. $125 and $75. Also loe. dinina table In exc. cond., $80, maple twin bed wmattress ana Doxspnng, zed har- $70. and oueen size vard trame whdbd.. 367-2521 aft. 6 p.m. $60 HOTEL 4 RESTAURANT SUPPLIES NEW & Used cash regis., aN priuea io sell wiin guaran. a local service. uq-t ray. CHILD DAY CARE BABYSITTING avail, in my home while you work, all hours avaiV, rates negot. meats provided. 926-6762. GML0il,Wotd,Charco4l COAL By the ton or 50 lb bags. J04-3460. CAXNEL COAL Fireplace use. Good quaJ. 500 ton mm. 432-1154 FIREWOOD $55. DEL BOST. SO CU. ft. 1-827-6657 . HIGHEST CASH Paid for Gold 4 Diamonds Silver & Platinumn. ALPHA OMEGA JEWELERS. Crimson Galeria. 57 Boylston oi.. narverg oq., Lamp. BROOKLINE Highest prices for dia- monos, jewelry, goto, silver, coins. The Jewelry Center. 282 Harvard St.. 734-9329. GOLD I DIAMOND Estate Jewelry Co., 333 Washington, Bos. Rm. 517. BUYERS tor cash, diamonds, iewelry, mod A ant. Luttigs. 333 Wash. St. Bos-ton. Rm. 401. Est. 1886. CASH for diamonds, jewelry, old gold & antique tew-eVy, E.A. Gravailese, 333 Wash. St. Bos.. Rm. 639. TRY 14 YOU BUY Litton Commercial Microwave oven. Rent, lease or buy. Call 666-7538. WALK IN coolers. (3) Penn coolers, 1 Penn combo., coolerfreezer, approx. 7 x11'. Call 890-4490. MISCELLANEOUS WATER DAMAGE SALE PART II Half Price on all furniture, housewares, clothing, toot-wear. Most untouched by waiw. rinai ween ROBELLS DEPT. STORE 2275 Washington St Roxbury (at Dudley MBTA) MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS PIANO LIQUIDATION SALE EVERYTHING MUST GO WED. JAN. 28 THRU SUN. FEB. 1 6RANDS. UPRIGHTS SPINNETS $99 ft UP FINANCING SAME DAY DELIVERY OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 9-9 J. D. FURST i SON 188 BROOKLINE AVE. BOSTON 287-4079 OR 566-5901 LECHMERE'S NEW MUSIC CATALOGUE DEPT.. A new, convenient way to shop for all your musical needs. PIANOS-ORGANS -BAND INSTRUMENTS-ACCES- SORIES-BOOKS-ETC. Phone orders and credit cards accepted. Orders can be picked up or delivered. For into, call 873-0900 or call your local Lechmere Store and ask for ext. 449 or 450 in Cambridge- PIANOS BOUGHT SOLD RENTED. MOVED J.D. FURST I SON 186 Brookline Ave., Boston. 267-4079. PIANOS HAULED AWAY FREE Uprights, Players & Grands. Bought & sold. 625-0287. MOVERS WE MOVE-BUY-OR-STORE . Pianos A turn. Low. low : rates. Can Danielle Movers, I Inc. 267-4079. FOR SALE portumty M'FAA. THE Annual Reoort of uotomt society of M. cnusetts requwed to be fried under Section 6056 of the Internal Revenue Code w be evaxaeie tor eispec-tion uoon request at me pnnoc-al office of the Soci ety. 3S Congress Street. Bostor- on reguer bus- business hours by any zen who requests a wrttun ISO oays after tne date of tri'S notice. Requests wa oe maoe to Law rence i30ace'. Trees at me above adoess tlM IRA Pi El I For del ot seasoned 16 cut I spht hardwood m 5'4 160 cu. ft. units or. 2 160 cu. ft. units $110 Single 160 cu. ft. unit S120 864-6181 50 units (128 cu.ft. ea ) of firewood, cut in 4 foot lengths Call 1-485-Q911. DRV Hardwood Put your order in tor next year's wood Can 413-68-9357. FIREWOOD. Seasoned, wholesale. 1200-1300 cu-tMC ft. BaJ LUMBER CO. wxdays 8-5 516-677-8960. SEASONED CUT ft Sptrt Hardwood delivered for $'25-$i45 per ivj cu it Onseasered Log length grapple loads S54-S59 per 160 cu It Mm. order req Recent cut A split m our yard S6S per 130 cu ft The Loggers Co-Oo. J T Butcher Bircn, Pres. Ca 5C3-4 29-04 20 iLOBE ADS PY BEST Tm ONF .f) SEE SEASONED northern hdwd.. cut sc1, 16' lengm, 128 cu tt J72S 64 cu ft $65 926-2777. UNCLE BOSS LOGCERV BAY STATE REMODELING AS SEEN ON TV BATHROOM RE MOD. FREE VANITY KITCHEN REMOD. FREE DISHWASHER TOTAL BUDGET AVAIL. Win take weekly or monthly payments up io r years. 329-2140 CALL ANYTIME HARDWOOD LUMBER 300 U.M. tetij" ncku-iH it 1 I Itr. JLD. I . 500 r 1000. 361-4725. ALUM. STORM WiXSCWS Fun 3 channel heavy duty, thousands in stock, no raiting $31 95 installed ATLANTIC. 628-4100 MUSIC WANTED. MUSIC EQUIP. Band Instruments, 33 Vi Re cords, ttghts, etc. 876-0900. OFFICE FURNITURE FLAT FILES 5 drwr. an metal. 2-20H a 46 W x 28D. $100 each 3 19H x 40W x 280. iOO Eves. 451-5268. PAINE 5 ft. Grand, excel. mech. & finish, appr. $4000 maKe oner, tst r-rso-zjsr. PERSONALS "Say Be My Valentine" in a way that will never be for- gonen. bend a beitygram. Dviiyuancing - ail sions. 364-9210 occa- PHOTOGRAPHS CAMERAS VINYL SIDING SALE I will side your house for less money. 894-4325 MAN WITH DUMP TRUCK Wants work. Clean cellars, yards & debris. 395-8975. BATHTUBS resurfaced. Guar, like new. Colors. LECTROGLA2, 739-2200. CARPENTRY, A'ddtns.. siding, roof, remodel, repairs. Bath & kits. Lie. Ins. Free est. 29 yrs. exp. 471-9401. GEORGE BROTHERS Rubbish Removal. Other odd jobs. Call 623-1-874. HALLIDAY & SON INC. Roofing & Carpentry, over 10 yrs. of dependability. Refs. & free estimates. Im-mergency serv. 323-2546. STRIPPING, wallpapering, and painting. Free estimate. 569-3967. T. C. PLUMBING, 24 hr. service. No job too large or too small. 389-5123. YOUNG MAN. wdump truck wants work. Call for low estimate. 648-2354. STEREO, TELEVISION SATELLITE TV , EARTH STATION Receive HBO 24 hrs. Sports, movies, foreign TV, hundreds of programs. Starting price $4900 even. Call for appt. 617-285-3660 NO. AMER. SATELLITE TV CURTIS-MATH ES console stereo, AM-FM. 8 track, 2 yrs old. paid. $700. sell for $250. Owner 472-6982. STORE FIXTURES GLASS Display shelves. oeveiea eages, v tnick. an sizes, BO, 784-7707. USED Cigar, tobacco fix tures, show cases, excellent condition. 426-4627. TYPEWRITERS $IBM SELECTRICSt puy o pen, oo-jip IBM. latest model D. beauti ful condition, priced only at $175. 961-1010. WANTED WE BUY PALLETS prices paid lor 48x40 Is. AACORN PALLET INC., 773-4100 TOP SS FOR RECORDS NUGGETS. 536-0679 WASHERS - DRYERS SEARS washer & new. must sell by $350. Call 266-4794 drver. Friday. CANON I NIXON Sale Sale. Sale Belmont Photo. 484 0634 4 ALL STEEL h d lateral 5 draw Me $2O0 ea. 1 aa steel, n.d Secy desk $175. oitice chairs $25-50 ea Several oak desks. Call 661-6231 NEw World DisMiers. fractional cS.ST4aton unit, purr est water possible Free literature 1-754-6916 USED brick A cobblestones 79 Smney St.. Boston. Phone 442-408 DESKS, tables, chairs rues, bookcases, ceat racks 100 s of items too numerous to fcst Hows 8 30-5 Mon-Fn. GOLDSTEIN OFFICE FURNITURE SHOWROOM 4 WAREHOUSE. 156 Lincoln St.. Brighton. Ma 02135. 78-443J FOR SALE 16 millimeter , Viewlex protector. Auto load. 1979 system 16 with remote control attach. Ex eel cond. $350 or bo 828- Q436 Men, thru Fn 9-3 30 REFRIGERATORS ' Bui REFRIGEMT1CH LARGE INVENTORY NEW USED WASHERS a REFRIGERATORS 354-2213 GUARANTEE DELIVERY 1266 HYDE PK AVE . BOS REFRIGERATORS BOUGHT ALLEN SuPPLY-81 Harv Av A(is 254-1954 HOTEL & RESTAU RANT SUPPLIES s one of the ategories in ilobe lassified's MARKET BASKET. 929-1500 is the number to call Asm, m, m m m . ... . . . . . . r n erirt n ,

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