The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on April 14, 1970 · 17
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A, 'boy )ase ttee :Yore ; 5 , the, alen-1.1 nes for : wed : red ked 4 r of 5 the eld. -4; tick : bat nor - ats wo am ton :ed tnd in of es nd les :ed e. nd as er a he Id re h, n, St in . . 111 i ,, A San Diego (Kirby 0-1) at Cia- r- 1 ,, cinnati (Simpson 1-0), N le, .. I Los Angeles (Foster 0-1) at 1. Houston (Ray 0-0), N y - Wednesday's Games . ' Philadelphia at Chicago 11 ' Montreal at St. Louis, N e San Diego at AtlantapN 2 Los Angeles at Cincinnati. N e e San Francisco at Houston, N 0 Only games scheduled . OUTCOME OF GAME was just as close as this jumping contest for ball between rival centers Willis Reed (No. 19) of New York Knickerbockers' and Lou Alcindor (No. 33) of Milwaukee Bucks last night in Madison Square Garden., Knicks took 2-0 lead in Eastern division playoffs by defeating Bucks 112-111. (AP) Major League Baseball By The Associated Press - . National League tlimuffilimumum East Division W L.--Pct GM. E r New York 3 2 .600 E.- Phila'phia 3 2 .600 nt Pittsburgh 3 2 .600.. St. Louis 3 '2 .600 E Chicago 1 3 .250 112 t7111111111M11111111111111 Montreal , 1 4 .200 2 West Division Americ; Cincinnati 6 3 .667 East San Diego 4 3 .571 1 Atlanta 4 3 .571 1 Baltimore San Fran. 4 4 .500 lq Detroit Houston 3 4 qA29 1 2 Wash'n. Los Angeles 2 5 ' .286 3 Boston , Monday's Results. Atlanta 9, San Francisco 3 San Diego 3, Cincinnati Los Angeles 2, Houston 0 Today's Games Pittsburgh 1-0) at New York (Koosman 0-1) Philadelphia (Short 1-0) at Chicago (Holtzman 0-1) - Montreal (Renko 0-1) at St. Louis (Gibson 1-0), N - San Francisco (Robertson 0-1) at Atlanta (Nash 1-0), N San Diego (Kirby 0-1) at Cincinnati (Simpson 1-0), N Los Angeles (Foster 0-1) at Pete Rozelle Punishes Dolphins LEGAL NOTICES Miami Is Guilty of Tampering , In Shula - Case- NEW YORK (AP) In gaining a new coach, the Miami Dolphins have lost their No. 1 draft choice for 1971 to the Baltimore Colts. Pete Rozelle, commissioner of " the National Football League, handed down that penalty Monday to the Dolphins when he found the club guilty of tampering in its successful effort to lure Don Shula away from the Colts. Rozelle said his investigation uncovered that Miami had violated league rules on three counts. r They permitted a third party to approach Shula with an indication of possible terms, including part ownership; they began direct negotiations with Shula without informing the Colts of their interest until Feb. 18, the, day Shula's hiring was announced. Rozelle Said neither Shula nor the Dolphins told the Colts of their negotiations until preliminary discussions had already begun. , When Shula requested perm's-, sion to negotiate, Rozelle said, it was granted by the Baltimore, management on Feb. 3. Rozelle said that NFL rules specifically require that a prospective -employer make a direct phone call to the employer "for permission before any negotiating discussions take place." BERKSHIRE HILLS REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT INVITATION TO BID EQUIPMENT The Berkshfre kHills Regional School District Committee of Stockbridge, Massachusetts will receive bids for furnishIng Vocational Automotive Equipment, Vocational , Nursing Equipment, Electronic Communication,' equipment for the Monument Mountain Regional High Schooi. Copies Of the Specifications may be obteined from The office of the Superintendent of Schools, Mein Street, Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Sealed bids must be submitted to the ' Office of the Superintendent of Schools, Berkshire Hills Regional School District, Main Street, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, not later then Monday, April 27, 1970. MICHAEL J. KINNE, Administrative Asst. April S. 1970 , " kii - 4 American League East Division emulthimmimmulamiumumitimilminua . -,1kawit.- 410N. - - - : S P 0 R T S , .-, . . ., FE 112 ilinimumimmuntimuinnulinuillitillimmi W. L. Pct. G.B. Baltimore 5 1 .833 Detroit 3 3 .500 2 Wash'n. 3 3 .500 2 Boston , 2 3 .400 24 New York 2 3 .400 2 Cleveland 2 4 .333 3 West Division California 5 0 1000 Minnesota 3 0 1.000 1 Milwaukee 3 4 .429 3 Oakland 2 3 .400 3 Kansas City 2 4 .333 3 Chicago 1 5 .167 4 Monday's Results , Oakland 2, Milwaukee 1 Kansas City at Minn., snow - Only games scheduled - Today's Games - , Milwaukee (Brabander 0-1) at Oakland (Downing 0-0), N Chicago (Horlen 0-1) at California (Wright 1-0), N Cleveland (Hand 0-1) at De troit (Lolich 1-1) Washington (Brunet 04) at Baltimore (Palmer 0-0), N New York (Peterson 1-0) at Boston (Culp 0-1) Kansas City at Minn., snow - Wednesday's Games Chicago at Oakland, N Minnesota at California, N Washington at Baltimore, N New York at Boston Only games scheduled Awards By Tolips To Continue COLUMBU S, OHIOPhil Piton, President of the minor leagues, and Sy Berger, sports director for Topps Chewing Gum of Brooklyn, N.Y., announced jointly today that the player-of-the-month awards pro-. gram has been renewed for the 1970 season. The program, launched in 1960, has proved . to be remarkably accurate at identifying future major league players, for the vast majority of monthly award winners go on to become outstanding major , leaguers. Previous winners who now are making their marks include Curt Blefary, Rico Carty, Tony Conigliaro, Donn Clendennon, Luis Tiant, Pete Rose, Max Alvis, Lou Brock, Dick McAuliffe and many more. The monthly awards begin with the first full month of the season, and each winner receives an engraved wristwatch and a special citation. In addition, there will be a player-ofthe-year award, known, as the George M. Trautman memorial plaque, which will go to the one player from each league who is adjudged to have done the best all-around job, and a grand prize, known as the J. G. Taylor' Spink minor league player-ofthe-year award; which will go to the outstanding player in all the minor leagues. This award is named in honor of the late publisher of the Sporting News. Following the close of the season, balloting will be conducted to select eight National Aso-elation all-star teams, two from each classification (East and West). Each player chosen will receive an engraved trophy bowl created by International Silver. To complete the program, each scout who originally signed a player selected for a monthly or annual award will receive a special citation. , Kenhedy Fines Guerin $1,000 - For Threat of Spilt Blood - ATLANTA (AP)"There'll be a lot of blood spilt on that floor," said a tough-talking Atlanta Hawks Coach IticMe Guerin, but National Basketball Association Commissioner Walter Kennedy talked tougher---$1,000 worth. - Guerin called a press conference Monday afternoon to -charge that officials deliberate-- ly protected Elgin Baylor and Jerry West Sunday afternoon as they helped the Los Angeles Laken to a 119-115 victory over the Hawks in the first game of Western Division final playoffs. "If that's the way they're going to call the game-, Baylor and West won't be around to shoot 13 or 20 fouls," Guerin said. 'Inconceivable' ' , - "It is inconceivable to me," said Kennedy, "that any coach in any sport, even under the most severe emotional strain, would threaten 'there will be a lot of blood spilled on that floor tomorrow night' and that 'certain players may not be around when the game is over.' " Kennedy tfien announced that he is fining Guerin $1,000 and holding Guerin personally responsible for the conduct of his Hawks in the second game of the best of seven series tonight in Atlanta and for the rest of the playoffs. ' Guerin replied that ,be would appeal the fine and that his "players aren't going to be pushed around again, that's for sure." - Meanwhile, --Lakers - General Manager Fred Schaus refused to "dignify" Guerin's charges with a reply, but said he was going to request increased security at the coliseum in Atlanta tonight around tt e players bench and between the floor and the dressing room. LEGAL NOTICES COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BERKSHIRE, SS. PROBATE COURT To Delbert J. Cripps of Brewton, In The County of Escambia and State Of Alabama, interested In a petition for adopttion of Gloria Louisa Cripps of Cheshire, in said County. A petition has been presorted to said Court by John H. Seneca! and Anna B. Cr lops Senecal, his wife, of- Cheshire, in said County, praying for leave to adopt said Gloria Louise Grippe child of Delbert J. Cripps and Anna B. Cripcs Seneca, his former wife, and at the name of said child be changed to Gloria Louise Senecal. .1 If you desire to bled thereto you or your attorney should file a written iso pearance in said Court at Pittsfield be. fore ten o'clock In the forenoon on the fifth day of May 1970, the return day of this citation. Witness, F. Anthony Hanlon, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this thirty-first day of March 1970. - ,JAMES W. CAROLAN, Register. Silverman & Donahue, 31 Wendell Ave., ,,Pittsfield, Mass. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BERKSHIRE, SS. PROBATE COURT To all persons Interested fn the estate of JAMES V. HANRAHAN late of Pittsfield In said County, de A petition bee been presented to said Court for probate of a certain instrument purporting to be the last will of said deceased by Thomas S. Hanrahan of Lenox In the County of Berkshire praying that he be appointed executor thereof without giving a surety on his If you desire to oblect thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance In said Court It Pittsfield, before ten o'clock in the forenoon on the fifth day of May 1970, the return day of this citation. Witness, F. Anthony Hanlon, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this sixth day of April 1970. JAMES W. CARMAN, Register. McCormidc & Murtaugh, - Castle St., Great Barrington, Mass. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BERKSHIRE, $S. PROBATE COURT (Seal) - To ell persons triterested In The estate at LAURETTA M. OUILTINAN late of Pittsfield in said County, deceased. A petition has been presented to said Court for probate c I certain instrument purporting to be the last will of said deceased by Laurette M. Oui Moan of Pittsfield In the County of Berkshire praying that she be appointed executrix Thereof without giving a surety on her bond. If you desire to obiect thereto you or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Pittsfield, before ten o'clock In the forenoon on the fourteenth day of April 1970, the return day of this citation. Witness. F. Anthony Hanlon, Esquire, Judge of said Court, This eighteenth day of March 1970. JAMES W. CAROLAN, Register. Clement A. Ferris, Atty., ' 28 North St., , Pittsfield, Mass. COMMONWEALTH OF MASSACHUSETTS BERKSHIRE, SS. PROBATE COURT To Robert F. Squires of Parts Unknovm A libel has been presented to said Court by your 'wife, Dorothy Squires of Pittsfield in the County of Berkshire praying that a divorce from the bond of matrimony between herself and you be decreed for the cause of cruel and abusive treatment and praying for. all- mony and for custody of and allowance for minor children. If you desire to object thereto, YOU or your attorney should file a written appearance in said Court at Pittsfield within twenty-one days from the fourteenth day of July 1970, the retwn day of this citation. Witness, F. Anthony Hanlon, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this second day of April 1970. JAMES W. CARMAN, Register. Berkshire Legal Service, 156 Dewey Ave., Pittsfield, Mass. ! ' CITY OF PITTSFIELD DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS NOTICE OF PROPOSALS , Serried proposals, marked proposal for furnishing glass to the City of Pittsfield for one (1) year from May 1, 1970 Oyu April 30, 1971 be received at the office of the Superintendent of Public Buildings, City Hall, until 2:00 P.M. April 21, 1970 end at that time and Piece will be Public opened and read. The undersigned estimates that his porcheies will amount to not less than $3,300.00. A certified check to the order a the City of Pittsfield In the amount of $175.00 must accompany each proposal, to be taken by the City as liquidated damages In the case of any bidder whose offer Is accented, end who re. fuses or neglects to execute the written contract. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent during office hours. The right Is hereby reserved to re-fact any or oil proposals or to accept any proposal. If deemed for the best Interest of the City so to do. HAROLD T. GRANDSHAW, Supt. of Public Buildings. April 7, 1970 . -. -'. -. BUY 2 SAVE $10 BUY 4 SAVE $28 Get Up to Double the Mileage of Most Non-Belted Tires Guaranteed by Sears to wear for a full 36 s months PLUS guaranteed against all fail- - ure for life of tread. , ;. .1 5-, ;1 ,; "You never 'know after a statement like that what some tan will do," Schaus said. Willis Didn't Play Like Kid Brother of Lou By KEN RAPPOPORT NEW YORK (AP) '-- Willis Reed said he felt like "Lew. Alcindor's kid brother" on the basketball court. Maybe but he didn't play like his kid brother. , Reed took on Milwaukee's super rookie in a matchup of matchless centers and helped New York bounce the Bucks M-III Monday night in the National Basketball Association playoffs. The hard-earned victory propelled the Knicks into a 2-0 lead in the best-of-7 Eastern Division finals that move to Milwaukee for game No. 3 Friday night. Los Angeles, holding a 1-0 lead in the Western finals, plays at Atlanta tonight. Must Be Great To Be Tall After Reed and Alcindor played to a standoff, the 11-foot10 New York center quipped: "Man, it must be great to be tall." - He alluded to Alcindor's height, listed as 7-1 in the programs But on the court, the difference appears to be more than three inches. - "He's the toughest center to guard," said Reed of the Big A. "Right now, with Wilt Chamberlain hurting, I'd say Alcindoes the No. 1 center in the NBA." If Alcindor is No. 1, then what NI I os, 411, ' EM,61P I Nmwmo.Aff eguukii!zisurittzlotiol!tk!z??ZW!Pii,,50,4'!".p14?IrefitAlliwtaweic .s!,!,v, !I 1'. ALLSTATE Passenger Tire Guarantee .i,.. . V, .4...: Tread Life Guarantee .' ' Tread Wear-Out ' - ,I .., Guaranteed AgainattAillail -. Guarante Guaranteed gateau Tread T urea of the tire resulting from , i normal road hazards or defects wooroot. , o' ill clatclial cc wcckmccchIP For Bow Lour 'lite numb, For How Long: For the life of, of mouths ipuoified,. t!, the original tread. " a . What gears Will Dot In itir, 1 lt, What Bears Will Dot Itepa.ir change for the tire, replace it, I !, nail punctures at no chargiL in charging the current regular il,4 case of failure. in exchange for gelling price plus Federal Ex. 1(,' the tire, replace it charging 6.. Tax km the following 4. ,,,, ty only the proportion of current kmanc, 'i'l ,,..!, regular gelling price plus Fed- . 9, oral Excise Taz that represents Month. Guaranteed Allowance 1 4, tread used , . . 12 to 24 . 10 li P inugulor lllll In 6,,C6 1.114 B oral Excise Tau that represents Menthe Guaranteed Allowance tread used. , 12 to 24 10 11 r,! , ' 27 to 22 20 , - - 4 : 1.1t t o a 14ft,,,11, ir."1 : or: o 4-pQ , r 7. 4,,A about Reed? All he did Monday night was score 36 points, wrestle 10 rebounds away from the Bucks and play his usual 110 per cent. - "I can't remember a game in which we played better," 'said Reed of his season-long wars with Alcindor. "Yes this had to be one of the most satisfying games of my career." Coach Red Holzman of New York, pointing to Alcindor's 38 points and 23 rebounds, agreed: "It's ligd to imagine guys putting on a better performance they did about everything you could ask of centers." While the pair put on their eye-boggling show before 19,500 hysterical fans at Madison Square Garden, two reserves-. Cazzie Russell and Mike Riordandelivered the killing blow for New York. Riordan Delivers k - Riordan, who had entered the game seconds earlier, plunked in a spectacular, reverse lay-up that gave the Knicks a 110-107 lead. And Russell, the hip-twisting forward, tossed in a key bucket and later two foul shots with 34 seconds to go that made it 112-109. Russell finished with 12 points, eight in the heart-thumping fourth quarter. Riordan, who played 12 minutes, had seven Coach Larry Costello of Milwaukee was understandably in a state of incredulity. "We did everything but win the ball game tonight," he said "But we aren't finishedwe'regoing back to Milwaukee Friday?' JAPANESE RUNNERS who will compete in Boston Marathon on Monday are greeted by director Will Cloney as they arrive at Logan International Airport. From top, they are Teruo Yoshida, 25, and Kunio Fujita, 25, both of Fukoka Kokichi Uchino, 26, and coach Kpzusuke Alishitani, both of Hiroshima. (Associated Press) , HANOVER, NM. , (AP) Grant Standbrook, who compiled a 48-17 record as freshman hockey coach at Dartmouth College over the past three years, was --named varsity hockey coach tbday to succeed Ab Oakes, who has resigned. The 1961 University of Minnesota graduate, who coached at Greenway, Minn., High School before coming to Dartmouth, guided his freshman squad to a 18-3 record this year. He recently was named Dart-- SEAM, ,ROillUCI.0 AND CO. LEGAL NOTICES Standbrook Is Promoted CITY SAVINGS BANK Sears Passbooks, numbte.OrSTs 161141, 167032 end 0235 have been reported missing. Finder please return to the City Savings Bank to the attention of Robert H. Solis, Treasurer. ROY A. SCOTT, Asst. Treasurer. Pittsfield, Mass., - - , March 27, 1970 Extra cash for outgrown Items. Dial the mouth's soccer coach. Want Ads, 4994400. - Two fiber glass belts keep the tread flat against the road to reduce tire squirm and wiggle. This means better traction and longer life. Two rugged nylon cord plies and extra strength for greater protection agains impact damage and punctures. Contour safety shoulders for easier steering and surer cornering. Save now - CHARGE IT on Sears , Easy Payment Plan , A ALLENDALE SHOPPING CENTER Phone 443-9161 FREE PARKING Open Every Night Until 9 P.M. ) Tubeless Whitewall SALE PRICE SALE PRICE SALE PRICE Federal Excise J Wide Guard Tires with Old Tire with 2 Old Tires with 4 Old Tires Tax Per Tire 6.5003 or C78-13 25.95 2 for 49.90 4 for 92.80 2.00 7.357E14 or E78-14 27.95 2 for 53.90 4 for 98.80 2.35 7.75x14 or F78-14 29.95 2 for 57.90 4 for 107.80 2.55 8.25x14 or G78-14 32,95 2 for 63.90 4 for 119,80 2.67 8.55x14 or H78-14 35.95 2 for 69.90 4 for 131.80 2.95 in LI I tli of National I Ind East Di ac v les - L- - ' New York 3 Phila'phia 3 Pittsburgh 3 in St. Louis 3 ed. Chicago 1 le-1' Montreal 1 West Dil as Cincinnati 6 San Diego 4 Atlanta 4 er San Fran. 4 de Houston 3 a - he Los Angeles 2 Monday's Atlanta 9, San F San Diego 3, Ci Id , Los Angeles 2, )n Today's O re Pittsburgh (Elli! 11, York (Koosman On, Philadelphia (S k Chicago (Holtsmal St Montreal (Renk in Louis (Gibson 1-0) , San Francisco (l , at Atlanta (Nash T In - San Diego (Kirb r- cinnati (Simpson Los Angeles (F Houston (Ray 0-0) y Wednesday's ' - Philadelphia at Montreal at St. San Diego at Al Los Angeles at San Francisco a r Only games sch , - - Pete Pumshe , DO1p11111 - Miami Is of Tampf In Shula I NEW YORK (AI ing a new coach, k phins have lost the choice for 1971 to Colts. Pete Roselle, co the National Foo handed down that day to the Dolpt found the club gui ing in its succes lure Don Shula a, Colts. Roselle said his uncovered that Mi lated league rut counts. They permitted to approach Shula cation of possible ing part ownershil direct negotiations without informing their interest until - day Shula's , nounced. Roselle said nett ' the Dolphins told their negotiations nary discussions begun. When Shula reqt sion to negotiate, I ' was granted by I management on F , said that NFL rul require that a pr ; ployer make a dir to the employer "1 before any negot sions take place." ' LEGAL NO BERKSHIRE HILL1 SCHOOL DIS INVITATION EIDUIPME The BerkshirekHills District Committee of St chusetts will receive ing Vocational &noes Vocational Nursing E ironic Communicatione the Monument Mountai Schooi. Copies of the Specil obteined from The offi, Intendent of Sdiools, M bridge, Massachusetts. Sealed bids must be ' Office of the Superfine , Berkshire Hills Recnonf Main Stree4, Stociibridg not later than Monday MICHi At " 4 AprllS,1970 4q ' ' I - " - - .4 I I I I 4. ',any ack: ase ttee 'ore , the ' P4 Ear4 !! I I 1 . i 1' nes : ., 1t 71 7 1 tor : 1-- ' ed: " , la ' t i: red , 1 4 '', . ed cl . ,t : ..--.0v.----- - ' t , ,, ,, ... - , 4. . -4. ,...... , -, of thel : . : ,, , :' i' , . -4-, ,Z,s 4,,1 4 . . , 4 , ' tek id ' , . ,. i - ) , ",:s 4,), e... .s., - . , -4 :i ', )at I .- ' '. ' l'r.4 ' 1(.1. ipr ,:, , ,,,,,,,-, -:- : :: t',EXiel el, -:. , ,al :; :: , 1 (ti; 4 '','?"..4k;,;.4.0 ,' ' OUTCOME OF GAME was just a ing contest for ball between rival ats (No. 19) of New York Knickerboci ,wo - dor (No. 33) of Milwaukee Bucks 1 I: I I Ark V.I1 Ank:Is ,rt. ,1' ' . .rik' OTICES , GS BANK ) r 161141, 167032 and , id missing. Finder City Savings Bank Robert N. Bo iza, ROY A. SCOTT, Asst. Troasursr. - own Items. Dial the .-- - .-- -,- . .- - : ,'i,;0.,r,-,., -,,,,::Z.:7,.'4,- .,,-,;.:-; ',.,',,, -1:1:' .,:'-'77,7'-fr 4-,', V : 4,-.-e- Jt.' t,-...,...,,,,,--oo,-,t- 4 ,,, l',::,,, r: x,At,.; ,e-,,,t:;i..--. -1,,,,,,r 7. 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Contour safety shoul- i : ,' ot -.4 :..4 , ,, I,- 11,,, ders for easier steering and surer cornering. , f c Save now! - t 1 , , I , .0 S.. - '4, , ' 'ubeless Whitewall ' t SALE PRICE SALE FRILL I .it.tmyttit s :t, I 1. ederal Excise , i e ., .: Wide Guard Tires with Old Tire with 2 Old Tires I WI 4 Old Tires I Tax Per Tire 1 I . , l. ,---..,,,t,:, - 6.50x13 or C78-13 , 25.95 2 for 49.90 4 for 92.80 2.00 ., 1 . , w 1 -.4 r 7.35x14 or E78-14 27.95 2 for 53.90 4 for 98.80 ' 2.35 ' i f , 7.75x14 or F78-14 29.95 2 for 57.90 4 for 107.80 2.55 I Li' 8.25x14 or G78-14 32,9.7 ) 2 for 63.90 o 1 4 for 1 9,80 . 2 67 , , , 1 8.55x14 or H78-14 3595 , 2 for 69.90 4 for 131.80 2 95 . .. , , , I , i ,., , 1 , ( kik , . 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