Fitchburg Sentinel from Fitchburg, Massachusetts on June 3, 1949 · Page 14
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14 FITCHBURG (MASS.) SENTINEL, FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949 Steering Group Meet* Tkuraky With Governor Governor Paul A. Dever will meet With the ntw Rout* 2 steering committee Thursday neon, June 9, to discuss the completion of Route 2 to Concord Junction. The appointment wiht the governor was arranged yesterday by Rep. Arthur U. Mfht'i of Ltominster and Rep. Fred A. Blake of Gardner. The two representatives were also informed by the governor that Wil- -liafli F. Callahan, state commissioner «f public works, and Philip Kitt- ffeld, chief engineer of the department, would attend the conference. Bernard T. Joynihan, registrar of deeds, is chairman of the new committee which will inside representative citizens from^he cities and as "cage boy." He actually started teaching and breaking and training the cats when he was 16 years of TJit afl-rlctortoui Son, "Kind" to only four years old, and the late tiger was eight years of age and about 250 pounds heavier. Ki-Gor Hid that the fight created quite a stir among the other five lions, "but they handled the roles of spectators well, as lions usually do when one of their own is involved in combat, and with the exception of 'Zimba,' who moved only to come to my aid, the others remained in order and I was able to clear the arena with * few minutes." The Biller Bros, circus is on the road for the first time having been organized at Mobile Ala. last Apnl. Russia Viewed Aiming To End Death* Robert K. B«U Robert R. Ball, 72, of 6 Merrill street, died yesterday afternoon in Burbank hospital where he was removed «fter being stricken with a heart attack. Mr, Ball is survived by his wife, Mrs. Marietta (Johnson) Ball. Mr. and Mrs. Ball resided in Montague for 18 yean previous to coming to this city. The funeral will be Saturday at 2 p. m. in the Smith funeral home in Greenfield. Mn. Joseph H. Brough LEOMINSTER, June 3--Mrs. Sarah E. (Butler) Brough, 83, 17 Orchard street, widow of Joseph H, Brocgh, and a former resident of Spencer, died yesterday at her home. She was born in Worcester and came to this city two years ago. For Sak--HouMhold A BARGAIN -- Sevan-foot Ktlvlnator UMd refrigerator, good condition, $75. Giadone'a. MO Water St. Daniels St. Tel. 1500 BARGAIN - TWO-PIECE LIVING ROOM SET GIADONK, IM WATER ST. AVAILABLE NOW rURNACU - BOttOIS AlvConditloaen Burners Washing Machines Water Vacuum Cleaners ··placement Parta tor.fctftMN ·nd Furnaces P. l5T HEATING 13_MytUe Avenue CLOSE-OUT-- Odd Tel. 3190 lot of upholstered loot stools, originally S6.95 to I1Z.J5. Your choice, I2J4. Oliver rumlture, Upper Common, Open Friday evenings until p. m. ___ COOUERATOR refrigerator. 100 Ib. capacity. Good condition. Reasonable. Tel: Leominster. 1246-W after S p. m. KLECTttOLUX RXTfUCERATOK, si* cubic foot. In excellent condition. 175 cash. 71 Central St..jJter «_P-jn- ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR IN GOOD For Silt--Houithold (Continued from Preceding Column) ICE BOX, GOOD CONDITION, KITCHEN RANGE, duel Crawford combination oil and gas with temperature control. Color: ivory and nlle green. Also outdoor clothes reel. Tel. 3564-M. 10Z St. Joseph Ave. MAHOGANY ROLLTOP DESK. Hill GAGB STREET. MAPLE CRIB with mattrew, kiddy Mr. scale, cuddle-nest, etc. For quick sale. Call 4037-W. Hortti, Cattk, Vehicle! GUERNSEY BULL one and one yean old. Also buff and game ..tarns.,' Tel. Shirley. 2U3. half Rtdto Sttct «nd EXPLRT REPAIRS ON All Makes of Radio* GARIKPY RADIO SERVICE 10* Cl*ftxm Street T«L HU AutO. Insurance NEARLY NEW G. E. RADIO-COMBINATION. WRITSJD-SSJSENTINEL. ONE ICE BOX7J10 AND ONE GAS RANGE. 110. CALL 97 HARVARD ST.,_REAR._ ftANO. ICE BOX. small furnace and miscellaneous household furniture _Call a t 4 9 6 Beech Si. 5 to 7 p. m. REFRIGERATORS, $15 and up; washing' machines, $10 and up. Combination r a - j dio. stoves', furniture. Call at 57 Harri-i son Ave. Open evenings. 6:30 to 9 p. m.; Saturday. 10 a. m. to JS p. m. AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE to 110 DOWN--Plates at once. New or old cars U HARDY DREWREY, In- tur*nc« Broker, 141 Milk St.. floaton Open Evenings. TeL Liberty 1-3070 S*t»--F*jtJ EIGHT BOXES OF BUTTS, O. S COOK SON CO TEL. 736. Maaaagt MASSAGE one-half hour J2.00. One hour W CO. Vapor bath 12.00. Shower SOc. Relieves headaches, nervousnem. Ptti and Supplies CHIN-CHlN RABBITS U M JEACH. CALL 4»i-wj. REGISTERED COCKER Spaniel pups *15130. Two itirttd Jack Rabbit doai. Cheap. Louis Ingraham. Brooktlne, N. H. REGISTERED COLLIE PUPS--Best quality. Methwold-Bryn Gola Stock. Bryn Gola Kennels, WlnchenOon. Poultry and Supplies DAY-OLD CHICKS anu lii-week-old pullet*. All stock staie-teited M- E Power* A Son West TownMnd. Tel Townsvnd 12S-J . GOOD DRY PINE slab wood, stove length. JS. 00 load delivered. Tel. Leominster. 2536-M. TELEVISION B.CA - MOTOROLA - G. E. Priced from 1189.95 and up HARDWOOD. Zl basket*, W 00, slabwood, 15 baskets. 13 00, also by load, kindling. 15 baskets S3 00 Tel 404* Service**--Building BETTER ROOF LAYING PULLETS. TEL. LUNENBURG 43-2. WANTTD -- Fowl, broilers and chickens Top market prices. Call Lectnin- ster 2474. 5000 PULLETS. READY TO LAY EVERETT KRAUSS. NORTHFIELD ROAD. TEL; LUNENBURG 232-3K. pullets, age for Sal*--MlicdUneoui (Continued Irom Pracedlna ColmnnL FOR SALE 1H8 INDIAN MOTORCYCU CALL A5BBX FOR SALE--1.-3 H. P. cottipreteof an4 blower coll complete with control. Perfect for small walk-In cooler. Price lest than one-half cost of new unit today. Tel. Lunenburg 31 Of can be seen at Stone Farm Lunenburg . GERANIUMS for window boxes »n4 flower seedling*. Torcolettl's Greenhouses, 34 Tolm«n Ave.. North Inster. Tel, Leom. 473-M. HENHOUSE FOR SALE. CALL AT 1320 WATER ST. AFTER S P. M. HOUSE TRAILER Just like new, three rooms, electric . refrigerator, p* stove, sleeps four. Will selleheap. M Walke* St.. Leominster. Johnson Outboard Motors SALES AND SERVICE. Sebago Boats Motorola Auto Radios SALES AND SERVICE. AHOLA'S RADIO AND GULF SERVIOC 48 SUMMER ST. TEL. 5U91.- 4. ERS Blake will also attend the conference. cau 2000Chicks Lost Iii Blaze Two burned WASHINGTON, June' 3 (/P) -State department officials said today Russia may be aiming to break all contacts between the Vatican and Moscow's last "free" Roman Catholic church. Official reports received here Charles E. of Spencer, James F. and Walter J, Brough of Worcester; one daughter, Mrs. Judson G. Parker of this city; one uster, Mrt. Stephen Laughlin of Spencer; one brother, Benjamin Butler, Brockton; 15 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 at the Kingslev funeral home in Spencer. Burial will be in CALL MW. FIREPLACE SETS NEW SHIPMENT .lerms, $/.Z Weekly Fitchburg Music Store 50% OFF UEVT LASHUA M Snow Street four THREE-PIECE overstuffed living room set. Wine- and blue tapestry. Very reasonable: Tel. 5776-W after 4 p. m. NEW ROOFS - REPAIRS SIDING, ETC. LEBLANC ALSON POOFERS S5 Culley Street Phone 2431 ranging irom i Lunenburg 72-11. Services--Miscellaneous LAWN MOWERS FOR SALE. TEL. 73-M4. from the Russian capiul say Soviet| Pine cemetery, Spencer. Call. FRENCH CLOCK, four branch Candelabra, two paintings, one on -wood,' Pastoral scene--1813. Dutch Harbor: scene and Windmill--1878. Lithograph of famous Horn and Jockey--1837. 62 Mechanic St. : to death before 11 o'clock last night authorities have seized the keys of!, ? 7 to q in a fire of undetermined origin!the Church of St. Louis Francaise ! which destroyed a barn and at- j from the resident priest and now ex- teched shed, all the property of Wil-jercise physical control of the prop- liam Rill of Arbor street. · erty. Eunice A The five-day-old. sexed . chicks ·*--··'-"- «-- *«-- «*-··' .-'*·«*«« A. were in a brooder in the barn at the time the blaze broke out. Only one of the young birds, found in a garden plot outside of the fire-swept buildings, was saved. The leveled 20-foot-square barn, which also contained tools, was located 150 feet from the Rill dwell- i GLENWOOD GAS RANGE, GOOD CONDITION. TEL. S821-J. m 15 im- The Stock Market RlliUIIHUUU -- The Mrs. Alice K. A t - ' ,, , ,, wood headed a delegation from Speculation that the Soviet action if"""" "· ^T'V'*.? ?' *· 5'Gardner Grange. · j may be intended to remove the;' 01 TM" ««dent of this city diedj -r^ ^ reTS were Nicholas Kat-! church from papal authority i s bol-!^fl« d 5 Jl ^J^.l. ^PTM ° f *» , cit ^ S ^^l, a _ nd ! stered by the continuing failure of Russian officials to grant an entry permit to an American priest as-,.. . , . , L ... signed to duty at the church. He )th |5«t«^rt °|L h * c . llf ?-; has had his request for such a per-' "" ""* mit on file since last February. Officials here say the Russian gov- ernmeiu may. iniena eTeiiiuauy deny use of the church to any priest under the direction of the Pope and morrow Mrs. Dorothy Bailey, of:ji enne th Robinson of St. Johns-] Harvard street, Whitman. She-Lbury, Vt., Walter Hubbard of North: born in this city and lived here Danville, Vt., and Harry 0. Knight; greater part of her life.. . and Everett E. Butler who repre-.j Surviving her are a sister, Mrs. sen ted Gardner Grange. Burial was : John Pickering, and a brother.;^ Green Bower cemetery. Waldo Bartlett, both of this city; Funeral services will be held to- at 2 at the Richardson- GARDNER. June 3--the funeral of Herbert E. Petts, 81, for many may seek instead to install a priest 'Snow funeral home. Burial will be'years chief engineer at the state hos- whose contacts with the Vatican. in Evergreen cemetery. Calling ipjtal in East Gardner and a former hours at the funeral home are to- ] Winchendon resident, who died in have -been broken. Some churches in territory under Communist domination are now NZW YORK, June 3 ·tock market today quietly slipped . "" to the lowest price level since mid- · March 1948. operated in that manner, they said. Information about seizure of the night from 7 to 9. East Templeton Wednesday, will be held in the late home on School street in that town tomorrow after- Mrs. Daniel CiccolinJ ,,_ _.. LEOMINSTER, June 3--Mrs. A n - i noon at 2.30. Burial wjll be in Pine 'available here'yes- nunziata (Piermarini) Ciccolini, 39, i Grove cemetery, Templeton. He was Philadelphia Atty.· wlfc of Daniel Ciccojini, 125 Lincoln i last employed as engineer at the' SPECIAL SALE WESTINGHOL'SE REFRIGERATORS Full Family Sizes $139 -- $159 Hirvtrd Unjvertiry homing project it Hirvird«rtni Villnge, Fort Dt»tni, ii (toting. L*tt thin 10 r«frl9er»tor« new jviilible. Refrigtritort new only a r«»f '90. Thty hjvt Dtcn under full pi'oftuionjl miinttninc* and tirry guirintti to March, 1953. Telephone Ayer 2994 ring 2 .between 6.00 p. m. and 10 p. m. Instruction All Types of Roofing GEORGE H. P'HELPS. Roofing and wrecking contractor. Slate, gravel, tin and paper roofing. Tel. 2126-K. 100 Ashbum- ham Hill Rd . Fltehburg. We are pro- lected by Tull insurance coverage. ATPHONSE NORS!AKI)iin_"cd, INC ROOFING OF ALL KINDS By Insured Roofers. Eaves Trough* and Com:ector Pipes. I|_2053 Est^lSlO CEMENT""-- Plastering and stone work d specialty Alto general contracting. Tel. 3i)79-M after_5 p^ m. _· · EXPERT RELIABLE "WORK "BY EXPERIENCED INSURED ROOFEBJ All types of roofs eaveMrouxhi. connector pipes- ROBERT A N O R M A N D l N FEL 187S. ACCOUNtlNG SYSTEMS, bookkeeping services, tax returns filed. Htlpful aids to small business. Rates reasonable. Write D-87 Sentinel. ALL TYPES Of LAWNMOWERS SHARPENED, repaired with the latest machinery. Pickup and delivery service. A. T. LA VERY SON 388 Main St. · TeL 67 48 Years Experience Carpenter Work by hour or Job. Tel. 2657-RK _or_3305-VV CELLAR EXCAVATION - trench digging, shovel work-of all kinds. J R Morln. Tel S439 ' ' ' . MAC'S CHIMNEY SWALLOWS--Chim- nevs. fireplscts and henters. cleaned and repaired. Tel. 3043-W. 31 Phillips! _Street . 1 Special This Month BEST CONCRETE work. Stairs, walks, driveways and walls. Charles Romano, Tel. 6357. AUTOMOBILE DRIVING Instructions Dally itwons. Tel. Lepniimter 833 22 Washington St.. L«orriintser CLAYTON A. EAifON.~Te«ch*r of Piano Modem and Classical For appoint-1 menh call Fitchburs Music Store. I3j4i or Home Srud.'o Tel 5VI Servicei--Hoiiiehotd ALL TYPES OF RUGS CLEANED FOR EXPERT SERVICE CALL 2MB ORIENTAL RUG CO.. 85 Lunenburg St ALL MAKES* OJ HOUSEHOLD AND COMMERCIAL Driveway Service N D'ONFRO i SON NORTH LEOMINSTEH BLACK top driveways, landscaping, ce- riient floors. For estimates Tel. Leomjnster 903 _ TRTiCKTETTERiiNG SIGNS OF ALL KINDS LOOK FOLKS here it is"! Choice Of' » new records nbsolutely free with any man'-, mil in the store. 20.000 record! 'and 600 suits on hand. Suiti from J1895 to S2S9S. Other barnaliw. Nothing resen-ed. Sale positively closes June 15th. First come. fit»t served. Open Sunday through -Thura- day. 9 tn 9 Closed Friday sun down til! Sunday morning. W. A. Hutchini, _14 Mill_St., South Lancaster. __ NEW SURER-STEEL FURNACES AIR CONDITIONED UNITS FOR IMMEDIATE INSTALLATION Furnace Retiiir? -- Frtv E#tim-it»i KALAMAZOO SALES AND SERVICE CO 12 North St. Tel 973 Leon HanniRan. Dealer _ "'FIGS," SIX TO" EIGHT- WEEKS OLD S7 ALPINE RD : _ PLANTS--TOMATOES, peppers, celery and Irtlure. Also ',. ,bed complete. Macchio's . Place, rear 30 Newton St. Tel^ 49«9- R_ REBUILT "SINGER portable" sewing "ma!' chine and Easy washer Tel. Lunenburg 262-22. , TRUCKING, CELLARS CLEANED RUBBISH AND ASHES REMOVED. . . TEL. 3887. WEDDING INVITATIONS OFF - SET OFFICE FORMS LAREAU PRINTING CO TEL SIZ FREDDIE'S AUTO SCHOOL. - D u a l j control. Learn to drive trie easy way i Tel. 1054-M Freddie Ou«llett« ! T : i t * TT e; w«t Michael Francis Doyle had reported ! tcrrac «- died i n h e r home(today. She [plant of the Winchendon Furniture ; Losers included U. S. Steel,!., . , ^ / R . ,, vl tion: was born in Italy and had resided:Corp. Members of Hope lodpe, ·*·»* m »w« « *^ _ t ncariiiB BLKJUL uic ixu-faioii ovuiun . . ** .. ~ i * i t i · AFAM, of Gardner, of which he Youngstown Sheet St Tube. General Motors, Chrysler, Studebaker, Sears j Roebuck, Deere, Schenley, American Telephone (one blqck of 1100; aharcs sold at a loss of Vt. paint),: International Telephone, Kennecott'. 'Copper, American Smelting, Dow | D 0Sv fesIid Chemical, Du Pont, Johns-Man-;, ·*,,,,,, , _,i, :,, vllle, American Woolen. Southern:free, open church in Pacific, Nickel Plate, Gulf Oil, *nd: viet Ln J£!l Standard Oil (NJ). ! Aircraft stocks did better than; most. Plus signs appeared before' Douglas, United Aircraft, aiid Lock- (Continued from Pane One) heed. j -Railway obligations gave « little 1 "As governor I certainly have no ground in.the bond market. U. S..desire to withhold anything from governments held steady in over-;local communities to which they the-counter dealings. | are entitled by law. I have no rea- Amang losers in the curb were!son to believe that the-tax corn- Niagara Hudson Power, Pantacoastaf missioner has any such desire. He Oil, Rotary Electric Steel, Cities i has-, served the commonwealth for action' , .here about a year. Dovle : a leading Catholic layman,! .Besides her husband she is-sur-;was a member, will attend the fu- ·'' of the Moscow parish · Vlvec ' " y her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ineral services tomorrow under tne for its support to' Salvatore Pwnnarini. who reside in!leaders! a French Driest who ! l t a l y and two sisters Mrs - Antonio j Taintor a -rencn priest v,no |Angelin . and Mrs Elma per[a and of Master William J. u *t,. "nV,lv !two brothers, Joseph and Armnd " ^f, 9nl P i e r m a r i n i ' al1 of Ital y- entlre So * Eino Suomi i GARDNER, June 3--The funeral The funeral will be from the,of Eino Suomi, 63. World War I Francisco Saladini hall Monday | veteran, who died of a heart attack morning with a solemn high mass'at his home, 31 Branch street, of requiem at 9 o'clock in St. Anne's '·. Wednesday, was held in the Bengt- church. Burial will be in St. Leo's'-son funeral home this afternoon at 2. cemetery. Calling hours at the ball jtev. William Sumner of Fitchburg will start Saturday night at 8 o'clock, officiated. The bearers were Hjalmar and Richard E. Hill, Oscar Carlbarg, Frances and Wilfred Elola and Andrew Subminen, all of. this city. Burial was in the soldiers' lot Ln Crystal Lake cemetery. Funerals Mrs. Edward Dowden WINC N n Mrs. Arthur Christian NDON Jun* 2- Sewing Classes Now Forming! Complete Courses in Dressmaking and Home Decoration. Eight, 2-Hour Lessons $10 Openings available in morning, afternoon and evening classes. Singer Sewing Machine Go. 306 Main St. Tel. 1266 REFRIGERATORS REPAIRED AND SERVlCtD LAURI'S REFRIGERATION CO. Laurt I. Honkouen 162 CHARLES ST TEL. CTI3 ALL RiAKES OF Washing Machines Repaired -- Bought -- Sold Worn Wringer Rolls Repaired Like New. SI.50 Each Prompt Pickup and Delivery LLtette Brothers, Tel. 5589-M or 3843-M ALL MAKES or Washing Machines REPAIRED BY EXPERTS LAMY RADIO CO 1067 MAIN ST; TP. 3TTC ATTENTION HAVE YOUR parlor suite re-upholstered now for Spring. Large choice of fabrics Free estimates and dtlivery. Call Home Upholstering Co.. 3385. WANTED- CARPENTER WORK OF ALL KINDS. Free Estimates. Cabinets, remodeling or new homes. All work done by skilled carpenter. Reasonable prices. No extra profit. Work guaranteed. Call Leominster 2777-R, after 1 p.m. SALE ME.n 9 APiiJ «UMC,il a UISHEDEEM. WRIST WATCHES . UNION LOAN_Cp.. -115 MAIN ST. SAND, GRAVEL, LOAM" and~fiiiinia "for sale, also tractor work and trucKlng. Tel. 347-J. Auto Serric* and Supplies Reconditioned Auto Radiators DANIEL'S AUTO RADIATOR WORKS · 89 Laurel St. . Tel. 59% CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING - Modern or antique sofa* and chain rebuilt 07 (killed crafU'Tiirn. A wld* selection of cover- available tn our drapery de- 'psrtment. All work guaranteed.. K!d_der_i Davis. 692-700 Main St Expert Upholstering CUSTOivI Re-Upho!sterlng.on all kinds of ^JFer Sale--Miicellaneou* A BARGAIN"^-" Loam" *2 "per yard.'Cinders $4 per load in city. Sand, gravel · and filling. J. H. Morin. Tel. 6439. A BARGAIN -- Screened loamrS3.50 per yard. Not icreened, $2.00 per yard. Gravel. Jl.OO per yard; flllini;, 65c per yard. Ray Morin, Woodbury Ave. Tel. 4878-M. . ' · A BEST Screened Loam, JC.oO yer yard, noi screened. $2.50 per yard. Also cow and horse manure, $9 * cord. C. E. _Gagne,_Te^_ 3610. ; A BEST Screened Loam,'$2.50 per yard; SAVE DfRECT from mill, spruce and hemlock dimensions and boards Mzed. t67.oo per thousand. Tel. Ashby_ll4-2l.. SAVE 2b% and morei "All", kinds of- moldings' for the in.side and outside of your home. Made of No. I White Pine. \ 4" Colonial Casing 8c foot; 3" Colonial] casing 6c foot; itodl cap 8c foot; box casino 5c foot; 2" bed mold 4c foot; 4" cornice mold ?c fopi; screen stock with be..d 4c foot; 4" plain casing 8c foot; 34 " quarter round 2c foot; 3 " Stotia 2c foot; hand rail 17c per foot; 4' 2 " Ponderosa Pine door jambs $4.00 ict. Stock size galvanized screens SI 00 each. Many other Kinds at these low pric«s. Caswell. Fairbanks Hill, Lunsnburg. Tel. Lunenburs Z38-11. _Open seven days from 'S a. m. io 9 p. m. SCHERMACK" STAMP "machiher holds 500 3c stamps and 500 Ic stamps. In _good condition. Write D-79 Sentinel. Schwinn Bicycles BOYS' and girls', all sizes. Parts and sup* plies for all makes, oecier'al repairing. GAMACHE'S CYCLERY T*l_3838 ^ West Jitchburg SURPLUS OFFICE f u r n i t u r e , 'desks, chairs, counters, etc. Richard Holland. . 31 Middle St., Leominster. Tel. Leominster 300. TENT? PYRAMID STYLE; IB' SQUARE, _ _ TEL. 5536-W. __ i TOMATO PLANTS ' B o n n y Best. Valiant. Mflrglobe. Comet. Watch, American Gas, Bunker Hill Mining, and Standard Oil of Kentucky. "NUdged 'toward a bit were Washing -Machine (following resumption of dividend payments), Snore j regarded as a career man in the den, 63 Pleasant street, was held' Wincnendon residents altendei i public service." yesterday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock jfuneral of Mrs. Meloria (Emery) The -governor explained that the'in th« Beard rurwral. home -with a' Christian. 60, wife of Arthur Chris- ' I soundest estimate possible under the! E. Jacques, pastor of the Highland ;which was held in St. Patrick's ican Rayon "A.". j circumstances," in distributing the ' money* to Baptist church. Burial was jn Forest Hill Hiss (Continued from Pag* One) *ay who helped him prepare ft Communist party publication. . The action immediately brought the other 10 defendants to their 'feet in protest Ae judge then promptly ordered two of them, Henry Winston and Gua Hall, .also held in jail. All .defendants have been free under $10,000 bail previously. The party leaders on trial claim that the government has no right to question them about their comrades. and towns. Dever said the corhrnissidher has agreed to see that the municipalities get what is due them by Nov. try-lid church, Jaffny, N. H., this morn- st 9, Burial was in St. Patrick's where the committal service was I cemetery read by Re'v. Mr. Jacques. The| bearers, all nephews of Mrs. Dowden, were William R. Welch of Dorches JO out of the corporation and income tra t Ralph Kendall of Worcester, taxes. I Alton Kendall of Danverj and Stan- The governor expressed hop* Qiat ley Crawshaw of Framington. I the amount would exceed the - Samulenas {amounts contemplated by any legislation yet proposed.. 'If so," he said, "even more local tax rdeuctioris will ensue." Dever said that while any in- distribution may not help Raymond O. Flatt A military funeral for Raymond 0. Platt of 14 "" " a veteran of i World War II, was held this morning at 1030 o'clock in the Sawyer Auto Repairing Fender Work - Welclmg 20 EAST ST. Tel, 2913 or 486-J. ithe municipalities keep down the jfuneral home where a service ·was, 1949 tax rate "these additional re- conducted by Rev. T. Marshall' Lion jceipts from the state may be car: ried forward bv the cities and towns to apply against their tax rates in 1950:' . - . . · Dever said that in 1950 it is likely there will be "an even greater need for financial assistance." Thompson, pastor of the First Bap- {Continued from Page One) Everett W. Dudley, the husband!*'. lawyer, calls for seizure of the; money as follows: $2095.63 from the' Worcester North Institution for; Saving* in Fitchburg; $1982.43 from the Fitchburg Savings Bank, and; $962.36 from the Gardner Sayings; Bank.' ' ' ' ' ' ' . " ' '' , .'! The release was granted yester^' following complaints of Mrs. Pontiac Service Miller Motors, Inc, BROAD ST. - TZJ- 3195 42 Academy _St. _ ' _ . _ _ Tel. 1382 ritcHBURO "APPLIANOE Sen-ice Co" sen-Ice, eonmttrcla!. and household re- cen.ent, $1.50 per yard- Cash on delivery. Phone 4980-fI. B. Olkelraus, Tel 2484 U CEMM£ -it SON Inside Pilritlng .ltrUVilfilng T«l A AGRICULTURAL loam, evergreens, Shrubs, perennials. Tree spraying. Har- ·"X^^UrS«Tler-TgtrClBrrirrlSteT-3040r--- A COMPLETE LINE of boats"and" Mercury Outboard Motors. PARTS, ACCESSORIES, TRAILERS. M a r i n e TOMATO PLANTS - · FOR SALE __ .JCANIQKJS _ TOMATO PLANTS. .JOHN CELONA, 490 WANOOSNOC ROAD. A iivitt^av/' i« ^roi_ v\y t *ji ki iv A i i a i . AJajjf" i _ : · , . tut church. George W. Wellington i Samulenas that she is ill and suffering from severe pains in die was th« -organist. Burial was in Forest Hill ceme- back. Mis Mary Hayes, police tery where the committal service i matron, told th* court that the was read by Rev. Mr. Thompson. A firing squad from Fargo Barracks receiving station. Boston. in! m!T)t to jail. fitchburg woman apparently became ill shortly after her confine- NEW TIRES! 12-Month Guarantee $10.95, phi* tax Also a Few Recaps Blair'i Service Station 54 Daniels St. Tel. 4776 Brakes Relined All Makes of Cars $10.95 Lining and Labor L. He 7 1.. PAINTERS--Ceiling! done up: rooms papered $7 up. 'Tile ceil- _!n£5_jn£talled. __Tel. Ji857. /^_ ^_ MR A. LARRO'W - ".-apertng, ! 0aintln*. ceilirjgs- whitento. houMCleanin*. T« _50R1-M ; OIL BURNERS cleirieC ind repaired All work guaranteed Prompt service. call A.jLaSelle. Tel. 5478.^ OfL BURNERS, CLEANED AKD RE PAIRED, CALL 5356. ANYTIME, J ALTiERI PAINTING AND wall papering by experienced painter. Reasonable prices. _Tel. Lunenburg_254-!3. ' R "BOURGAULT ^ interior decorating. . makfo. Used bqats and.'motors. $2S up, ·n rvTJV« BnATHfWSF \jLjCji*P* I S D U A i n u U O C , Reservoir Rd., Shirley Reservoir Lunenburg, Mass. Tel. Lunenbure 253-11 TRADE : Jf?.M?_ A FAST 16- H. P. Johnson Sea Horse outboard motor, two wheel auto trailer. ideal for work and moving a boat · around. Call at 691 Blossom. St. between 5 and S p. m. AT~LEDGEis!bNT~STAND GERANIUMS and other window box plants. Tomato, § epper, and annual flower plants. ome vegetables, fresh eg'gs. I BOURGAULT ^- Interior decorating.. ~ A -p paintlns, paperhanglng, flooi sandirti /\ | Te! 6148-W _ . _ l.o..,,,,,,,, ,. 'S Sewing Machines All Makes Serviced and Repaired Tel Fitchburg 3831 -M or Upminster 2«M Washing Machines FOR SERVICE CALL A. J. L1ZOTTE 2R42-W 323 Clarendon St.. Fitchburg. Beautify your home both in and out with Benja'min Moore's time-tested and approved paints. Wide variety erf colors to fit ·vou'r needs. 137 Main St.. _ _TeI 92?. St. e, 8 Birch TWIN REED strolled typ* carriage can be used from infancy to three, years. Single Reed stroller 'and. baby sulky. _T*l_4.-!fi3.or call_at 88- Myrtle 'Ave. ftVO~SLT;Ci'HTLY used children's Jeep Cars. When new. cost .*29.95 each, _will sell for S15 each. Call 3372-R. 1948 r HARLEY-DAVlDSON No.' \25. 1709 miles. $275.00, Phone 3109-W between 5 and, 6 _p. m. . _ ; . : 1947 MOTORTM SCOOTER In good condition. Registered.. John Solovel. Mulpus Rd., Lunenbur|[. Tel. Town*_end 11B-M1. 6-6'30 p. m. ' _; 1947 "wmZZER MOTOR BrKE, A-l condition. Lots nf extras. $100 lor quick sale. Tel. 4CIM-M. Bathed by l» ¥e«fV ggp Bebick Bourque PAINTERS and FAPERHANGERS FLOOK SANDING TeL 4962 or 1151-R. _ _ AT "UN I O N FURNITU RE SPECIALS Inside doors. SS no each; guaranteed outside white paint. $3.95 a Rallon: com-: plete shower unit. J3S^ two automatic- floor covering, '59t square yard. Camp, furniture. 1013 Main St. Tel'. 3177. I AT YOUR MERCURY 'OlfTBOARD DEALER. Boat* and accessories, outboard motors, power lawn mowers, marine paints, caulking compounds, etc. Jack O'Neill's Boat Mart. Leino Park, Westminster. Tel. Westminster 36-3. ATTENTION DAIRY and POULTRY FARMERS Iran Age Minurt Sprtidtn, niflfid 1*4 diptndibli for y«n et ttmc*. fifry «nd .nintty bu«h«l iiit«. GEORGE H. MUSTAKANGAS' HILL RD. FitehbyrJ, Mtll. Tel. 46S2-M2--«656-Mi (Continued from PaKt Onl) Suicide twice fceforf had saved the life of (Continued from Page Ont) her master, leaped from her pedestal , j and came to hiTaid, but the^attlei d « red ww over and sh« promptly "lay down beside me." command of Chief Gunner's Mate i The court agreed to; the release John E. Richardson, fired a volley i when a hearing was scheduled on a and "Taps" was sounded by Bugler {petition for an execution to allow Edward Brown, Quartermaster 3/c. the husband to. take possession of "On another occasion, one, of my a f I 0 0 " . · · j j , , L . tody removed to the Au- P i o r s . . examine^ earjy this "* cas * ° ne of sul " · cats, 'Little Cheeta' jumped me; cld .? b .y ..... while- J .was. training bar -to per- , ^f 68 . h ' sr w i fe ', form * few of the tricks and 'Zimba' j Daughters, Elizabeth, 16, Rita^ 15, again came to my aid and actually i Lorraine,. .13, Dorothy, five, FI.*ie, The bearers were Thomas White, Jr., John Burbee, Walter Christiansen, Leonard Hier, Leonard Merriam and Philip Cormier. Last evening members of the auxiliary to the Disabled American Veterans conducted their ritualistic service with Mrs. Beatrice Ashe, ^njntnATi :riaplai i» T^liL* half of the savings. Mrs. Samulenas did not appear in court, but remained in th« corridor with her counsel and court attaches, serving as messengers. USE OUR BUDGET PLAN PETER'S Battery Station 3 Wood PL Tel. 6498 or 6499 Tokoi FORD SPECIALS AL LORION CONTRACTOR INTERIOR »nd EXTERIOR DECORATOR. Painting, Papering, Floor Sanding. BABY CARRIAGE, LIKE NEW. $10 ALSO CHAIN'DRIVE TRICYCLE, |10.l ... . . . - - - - . · . : IEL..39Z3-B. .__ '...,... | BABY STROLLER, waiter, play yard, i | scales, rocking duck, bathlnette. bas-j LUMBER CLAPBOARDS, 6, 7, 8 and 10 inch, $70 per thousand board feet delivered. Framing Lumber and Boards, $70 per thousand board feet and up. delivered. Everything els*, in lumber for building at low prices. Accurately milled. irte enragea non irorn my -Tr~' -··-- T"~» ..-.T..TM.r«, », ""back . i'larn, nine, and George, .seven; Ji)« "She's saved by life so many times: f ? ther :. Raymond. Doing** of this. triat there is no question but she i s :city; his mother, Mrs. Rose Bour- my p«t. I trust her more than any/£. el; two br °th«s, Aloertand Arthur of the others," said the trainer. i B , ourgT f t of *5' s , clty; fiv " e swters The Prince said that, he started f ts - " enr y, TTM**»" M«- Alexan- hfa cage work career when he was der.Morand, Mrs. Joseph Bulotte, nine years old, helping his father' M r j - Hazel Lamb and Mrs. Albert Kilikewich. all of this city. The funeral will be from the Aubuchon funeral parlors at. a time to be announced. Visiting hours tomorrow and Sunday are from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 o'clock, Legal Notices COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS. WntoUr, M. Pntwt* Court. To all penoni interested In th« eitate of Boainni Bcrf*vtii lite of Fitch-' burf In tiUd County, de*e»«d. A petition b*« been prMerrted to mid Rent Court, pi praying tl :hburg in that William A. Btrgevln of Fitchburg in said County, or some other (tillable person be appointed ad- minittrator of aald estate. U you ilMii Four attomty _ _ r pearance in *aid Court at Worcester before ten o'clock In the forenoon on the twen- ty-flrat day of June, 1MI, the return day of thti citation. Wltnew, Carl E. Wahlstrbm, Ejquirt. Fim Judge of said Court, this first day of June in the year one thousand nine hundred and forty-nine. J3-«-13 F. JOSEPH DONOHUE. Register. L,rn ur SITT8 Fitteta C««rt. Je all penwu taterertedJn the eitate W rnmk i. ·enerM UKi «t ritchburg in Mid County, deceased. · AjetltlanhM been prrtented to nld of Fitchburf in saM Ountr, or " ^ be appointed some other suitable Ma person sateTealaV . _____ H 7«S destrt to obket £· Serete you or i Continued from Pagv Ore) Decontrol movements tend to cen- t-an4-swtthwg»t. They .· i . .^ *· occur most frequently in smiller communities. Industrial New England and the fast-growing Pacific northwest show Uttle inclination to drop ceilings. And most governors are taking their time about approving local decontrol requests. Tri"New England" rib a«orSrbT actions, taken. Tax tnm~fn» --the same amount they paid in the early Wt-- even thoufh their a* f vu HWtav i^ ^^f^sf w^*^"* · *"· *^ " * ^^ .--.--.. yr j attorhey .should fDe · written ap.'deposits had increased from two I ranee In said Court at woteeeter bt-!v;ii:._ »,, *u.«- kiiiu. ^«ii.« f s JOT o-clack tn the forenoon on tt» w !i i "' to three bUlion dollars. t -.ty-nrit June, 1MI. the re- F. JOUTB DONOHUE, KegUter. Gott shouted back: *TT»a average) deposit te lost than $1000 while the average dividend Is lott thin two per cent We are seeking a new low when we seek to obtain money from that depositors," chaplain, officiating, assisted by Mrs. Roxena Walker, Mrs. Morris Bessett, Mrs. Anna Grassland and Mrs. Alfred Harrison, Sr. Mrs. Fred A. Washburn The funeral of Mrs. Fred A. Washburn, 26 Orange street, .was held in the Beard funeral home this afternoon with a service-conducted by Rev. Edward E. Jacques, pastor of the Highland Baptist church. Burial was in Forest Hill cemetery where the committal service was conducted by Rev. Mr. Jacques. The bearers were Harvey I. Jones, Charles L. Overbey, Clarence E. Sanger and Russell K. Davis, all deacons of the Highland. Baptist church. (Continued from Page One) forced into exile by the Kerensky administration in Russia. Mr. Tokoi is a founder of Finland's Social Democratic party which is now celebrating its 50th anniversary. He his been editor of the Finnish language newspaper) Raivaaja, in Fitchburg for 30 years. Two years ago he toured the United States to solicit funds for Finland and collected more than (500,000. In recognition of his efforts the Finnish government voted him a pension of year in May, 1948. GARDNER, June 3-Rev, Raymond Pelletier of Enfield N. H., officiated at a solemn requiem high mass celebrated in the Holy Rosary church yesterday at 0 for his uncle, Alfred 1 Fredette, 67, of 291 Park street, who died Monday night. R*y.'_ J --.Charl*».-Gendr«aM ,was .daw- con and Rev. Roland Hebertr was sub-deacon^. ' The bearers were Edmond Li- liberte, Leo Vaillarfcourt, Leon Derosier, Leo Fredette, Herve Girouard snd Rene L'^erte.allorthis_clty. Burial "WH"" 1rT Notre"" Dime ceme· tery where Frg. Pelletier and Hebert conducted a committal service, Mark A. Hnbbard GARDNER, Jon* S-Tha funtral ol Mark A. Hubbard, 64, -of T8 Sher- maa street, who died fat At Johnsbury. Vt, Monday, was held in the Smith chapel this afternoon at 2. Rev. Stanley A. Bennett, pastor of Fint Baptist church, South Gard- Bulletins (Conttnutd from Paf* One) MIAMI-- The »te«mBhip Flagship Stnco was In danger of sinking 100 miles east of Jacksonville today with 1Z feet of water in th* ehgineroom. ANNAPOLIS -- - N a v y Secretary Francis P. Matthews told the grad- uating.elasa of the nival academy to- Jl^ that ''^thi* ~is" not ' the ~ tiine "fur indecision, tor defeatism in any segment tif our population or in any branch of the aimed services." __ Alligator Problem Carbon Job, Geukets, Oil and Labor- $ J Q EH AU.For 48' OU BRAKES RELINED Reconditioned Motor (Exchange) Gaskets--Oil-Labor FITCHBUR6 MOTOR SALES, he. FORD DEALERS 21 WILLOW STREET Agent lor Wallpaper and Modene Paint. T*t. 1375-M Rijger Lie. 4005 35S2-M. 145 Mattresses Re-Made ANY KIND -p ANY SIZE Picked Up and Delivered City Mattress . Bedding 1« Hifh St, Fitchburf Tel. 2788-B. BRIDESMAID'S OUTTIT -- Women's, children's and men's clothing. Priced low. The Clothing Exchange Shop, Tel. 4380 CABBAGE, PEPPER. AND TOMATO PLANTS. LOUIS W. CHAJILTON, PEARL STREET. _____ Notices IFOR YOUR SHOPPING convenience, K rk at the Prichard St Garage. Only rteps from Main St. BODY SHOP OR BEAUTY SALON FOR CARS Ottr custftm*rn ar« leased year's time a lot of item* in city property turn up miatinf, For moat of it Auditor General Benjamin J. Tobin, the city's No. 1 inventory expert, he* trouble locating an explanation. But ha didn't on a leal Uttle alligator at the too. "They tell me at the zoo," said Tobin regretfully, "that big alligators aometimH Mt littla alBfators," pairs, also, pauiting, that they call our shop* A Beauty Salon __________ _____ For Cari ___________ And cur price* give them a very ptoMMrt wrpriee, Dref In for an estimate and be convince4 yearself . ^ MVi HI I. ····Wig St We wM *· be** Tcnnrvw !· ka«k ·· Vacuum Cleaner Sales and Service Is Now Located At 11 Gushing St "fly · Frtr SUtgi f~m Mi'ffl Here yon will find the same courteeua service e»tai»ded to old and new cnstotnen under the personal tuperviaion «t Mr. aad Mrs. Baifey. TEL. 4375 EVERYTHING tor the MODEL BUILDER New York Neretty Shop, TH Kiln It On« block ibovt City Hill. EVERYTHING TOR the Photo enthusiast. Camera bellows replaced. Complete rebuilding service. Photo Sclet * Service, 17 Puuicm St T«l. 6222. A I N I N C I T DWA. V.\J. JAFFREY, N. H. Tel. Jaffrey 484. IXR SALE--New tnd UMd uddlet, bridle*, Martinaalei, halten, bitt and ·11 type* of riding equipment. A. L. Roux * Son. Ttl ill, 340 Main St. ritchburf. · _ FLOWER PLANTS for talc, large a,«- tortmcnt of annuali «uch u pciunia*. ·nap dragon*, zinnia*, alters, ulvia. CMBIUM, and othen. AUo a few va- LUMBER SPRUCE, HEMLOCK, PINE Kiln Dried Clapboards, 8" and 19" and Knotty Pine Paneliiif. Screen stock. 2x4's, 2x6'i, 2x8's, ZxlO's. Framing schedule only ITS yet thousand, to 1C feet, delivered. Phone Leominster 401-MIK. LANCASTER LUMIER CO, Nashua St ExteniiM. Lina. Douglu R. Proctor, comer Peari Hill · Rd and niher Rd. Tel. 4011. Auction Sain Auction Salt* AUCTION SALE BENEFIT PARISH HOUSE FUND ,,; / SATURDAY, JUNE 4th, at 1.30 P. M. Sharp PILGRIM CHURCH GROUNDS, LEOMINSTER skis, lasapa, rartaiM, china, glassware, pheiwffraph record*, snowshoea, vacnnm cleaner, canning jars, crocks, croquet aei, pWHf esjaMMB, MiNBiy Marva, fntr^a4^ ( pictures, wawy carrsaee, books, net water beaters, coal heater with hot water connection*, tx!2 rug, clocks, garaga door hinge unit, kiuhenware, two new ·juUta, lea cheai, tooJa, parcelain umbrella sUnd, old bottles and hundreds of «acful article* found in a sale «f this kind. Sponsored by Pilgrim Men's Chib. Refreshments, Candy, Cakea and Tmk Will Be On Sale HOWARD I. FAY. Aurtioneer, !anraiit»r

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