The Berkshire Eagle from Pittsfield, Massachusetts on August 23, 1943 · 5
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The Berkshire Evening Eagle, Pitufield, Maas. Monday, Angus 23, 1943. Pw Five War Theatre Tour Cast Cut One, Not Two, Major League Squads Will Make the Trip 75th Birthday Eisenhower n Retricted Approval In Line With Concern for Travel Squad Would Meet Soldier Teams By DONALD COE United Press Staff Correspondent ALLIED HEADQUARTERS, North Africa-Original plans to have two all-star major league ball teams tour the Mediterranean war theatre this autumn may be changed to provide Lor only one team, because of the transportation shortage. If this change is made, as expected, the touring team of all-stars would play all-star soldier teams in the various localities. Originally it was planned to have two all-star major league teams play each other in a series of exhibitions, with service men as spectators. ' It-Man Sqttad Probable T It i certain that the number: of UHZm TA Dnte player brought from the United Jl V CII 1 dl IV State will be pared to the bone, U J in. keeping with; Gen. Dwight D. (I f-fllfinr llf Eisenhower's restricted approval. All 11U11U1 ill Eiaenhower consistently has approved plar.t for the entertainment of hi troop. But he baa not been willing; to sacrifice necessary trans-, portation for large numbers of entertainers. ,That is the reason for the emphasis on small units-even to one-man shows, such as Al Schacht, the baseball comedian, who has been giving five or more performances daily at North African hospitals, air bases-' and ports. Schacht hopes to gov to Sicily soon. The touring major league squad probably will be restricted to 18 men, preventing j any reserves for two teams, The! team would play all-star soldier outfit selected through elimination tournaments among the aervice" leagues now operating in Mediterranean areas. These service team can provide robust opposition, for they include many professional and semipro players who have kept up training since joining the Army or Navy. Special service officers of the North A'rlcan area, who will have charge of the tour, are somewhat disappointed that the contests cannot begin until after the world series In October. They, point out that the weather in autumn may be rainy and cloudy. However, they hope, that games can "be arranged in the larger citles--at sta diums, outdoor fields end even at rarerack which are well drained. til bhrr J Segura Beats Wood in Final At Southampton SOUTHAMPTON, L. I. fUP ; Francisco (Pancho) Segura, Ecuador, pointed today to the National championships next week at Forest Hills, having captured the 53d annual Southampton invitational tourney. In the finals played at the Meadow Club here yesterday. Segura defeated Sidney" Wood, former Davis Cup star of New York, in straight sets, :6-3, 7-5, 9-7, adding the title to his conquests of the National Intercollegiate, Eastern Grass, Eastern Intercollegiate and the New Jersey tournaments this year. - ... .4 Wood tired -in -yesterdays play and was unable to take advantage of Segura's errors, although he carried the third set to 16- games. Segura's only defeat in a tournament this season was rarly in this round robbin series by Seymour Greehberg of Chicago,, national clay courts champion. Greenberg's victory gave him a tie fdr the lead in the Segura group and necessitated a play-off which Segura won handily. In the other tournament final l.oulse Brough, Beverly Hills, Cal ami Robert Felkenberg, national junior champion of Hollywood, won the mixed doubles crow n by defeat- In Margaret Osborne, San t ran cisco. and Jaises Brink Seattle, 1-6, 6-3, 6-4. Pauline Betz of Los Angeles became the first women's invitation champion In the 53-year history of the club by defeating her sorority sister and strongest rival, Louise Brough, 11-9, 5-1. sports Mirror Br Tha AsMcltted Pms Today a Ym- Afo Crowd of at.lM a N'- York Yankee and Waahuiavon Senator divide war relief double-heaiier at atadium Thtea Years A-o Robbv Rial and Wel-br Van Horn lost to Fran Ooernaey and Ituasell Bobbin, !. T-a, 3 . $ In auar-Ur ftnaU of national tenm double tour-nrv Fl Yea Aso Don Buda. Oana Make n Riawt and Jo. Hunt named to defend Davl Cud bv United State Lawn Ttunl Auoeiation Baseball Results B Thr Aaaeelaled Pr,. EASTERN LEAC.IE Bprlnefte'd 1. Bcranton 3 iftrat. Tt. 8. tu.gft.. .1 3 Scranton i aeeoad), HieiaAMjj WUkfs-Ba.-r J iftrst ll. HartHre V W!:ae-BaiT- 0 (second'. Albany 1. jB&ura 0 iflrati Albany , Kmir 1 ,ieeond. Tl. Ottca 3. B:r.h niton S - tir Bin tvaro toft 4. Uuca 3 lateond. 7). Frank Stetson Frank Stetson of Pawtucket, R. I., Who years ago was one of the best baseball players in Berkshire County, was given a party Friday evening at the home of his sister, Mrs. Delia Noon, 136 Daniels Ave nue, in honor of his 75th birthday. He received numerous gifts. Mr. Stetson, who was born In Adams, played on strong teams rep resenting that town and also com peted in league ball. He twirled for Adams the day Joe Marsh of the Adams team was struck by a pitched ball In a game at Dalton and fatally injured. Mr. Stetson is accompanied by his wife while, visiting relatives here. He remarked that the cake in honor of his 75th anniversary was the. first birthday cake he ever had. Guibord Wins Maine Net Title YORK. Me., JP). Paul Guibord of Melrose, Mass., yesterday copped the singles tennis title of Maine as he defeated Don Manchester, New ton Center, Mass.,',7-5, 6-8, 6-4, 7-5, in the final match. It was Gui-bord's second successive success in the event. Dorothy Gooch, Port land. Me., defeated Jean Pipes of Wellesley. Mass., 7-5, 7-5, to annex top honors in the competition for women Evelyn Rolls Wins, Double Pays $2312 PAWTUCKET, R. L The fa vored Cattachiptico, bred and owned by C. T. Chenery, wound up a threatless sixth in the Jeanne D'Arc $5000 stakes here Saturday at Narragansett Park as Mrs. H. C. Wolfe's Evelyn Rolls scored the victory, but the real excitement for the 18,000 gathering came when the dairy double paid $2312 to 19 ticket holders. QUALITY FURNITURE Buy Wisely and Save Compare quality i as well as prsces and you'll save on our smartly styled furniture. New England Furniture Corp. 242 North St Dial 7795 Major League ffi Leaders Armstrong, Zivic Face Severe Tests Fritz, Montgomery Meet Tonight At Philadelphia NEW YORK(UP Two former welterweight champions, Heary Armstrong and Fritzie Zivic, face severe tests in their comeback cam paigns in- feature events of this week's national boxing program. Zivic, Pittsburgh veteran, meets Lightweight Champion Bob Montgomery of Philadelphia in a 10 round non-title fight at Shibe Park in Philadelphia tonight. Th contest will be the 33d of Zivic's come back campaign. . Friday night, in Nefcf York's Madison Square Garden, Armstrong, the former wearer of three crowns, meets Cpl. Ray, (Sugar) Robinson, No. 1 welterweight challenger, in his 27th comeback appearance. The rest of the program includes; Tonight San Francisco Jimmy Brooks vs Harvey Massey; j Baltimore Buddy Walker vs Charley Eagle; New Haven, Conn. Chester Rico vs Julie Kogon; Springfield, Mass. Sonny Home vs Jerry Ma-loni; New Orleans Guy Serean vs Nick Camarata; Buffalo, N. Y. Johnny Green vs Fete Galiano; Newark, N. J. Joe Carter ' vs Johnny Carter; Ocean park, N. J. Big Ben Moroz vs Charley John son; Providence, R. I. Lefty La- chance vs Jjllly Bates. i Tomorrow Los Angeles Turkey Thompson vs Elmer Ray; Washington, D. C Jimmy Bivlns Vs Herb Marshall Seattle Jack Chase vs Jimmy McDaniels; Hartford, Conn. Tommy Jessup vs Ike Williams; Portland Me. Cbley Welch vs Louis Jones; New Bedford, Mass. Francis Leonard vs Marion Colon; Union City, N. J. Mickey Makar vs Alex Doyle; New York (Queens-boro area )-r Pete De Ruzza vs Cat Robinson; New York (McArthur Stadium)-Dixie Davis vs Jerry Zullo. Wednesday Oakland, Cal. Paul Lewis vs Sheik Rangel; Elizabeth, N. J. Joe Reddick vs Johnny Brown; Woonsocket, R. I. Pete Louthis vs Guy Cacciatto. Thursday Wilmington, Del. Bummy Davis vs Pete Galiano? Fall River, Mass. Andy Holland vs Burlie Lanier; New York (Fort Hamilton) Joe Agosta vs Joe Govemaie. Friday Hollywood Juan Zurita vs Santiago Sosa; Worcester? Mass. Tommy Bell vs Larney Moore; Portland, Ore. Rodolpho Ramirez vs Jimmy Garrison; New Orleans Anthony Jones vs Joe Bennett. Louis' First Stop At Fort Devens WASHINGTON, (UP) Sgt Joe Louis, world heavyweight boxing champion, will begin his , exhibition and physical fitness tour Aug. 30 at Fort Devens, Mass., the War De partment announced today. Besides Louis the group on tour will ihclude 1st Sgt. George Nicholson, the champion's old -sparring partner; Corp. Walker Smith, known as Ray (Sugar) Robinson; Pvt. George Wilson, and Corp. Robert J. Payne, who will serve as trainer. e Other stops on the tour: Camp Edwards. Mass., Aug. 31; Fort Miles Standish, Mass., Sept. 1; Mitchel Field, N. Y Sept. 2; Camp Upton, N. Y., Sept. 3; Camp Kilmer, N. J., Sept. 6;. Camp Shanks, Orangeburg, N. Y., Sept. 7; Fort Dix, N. J., Sept. 8; Fort Monroe, Va., Sept. 9; Camp Patrick Henry, Va., Sept. 10; Camp Pendleton, Va., Sept. 11; Fort Eustis, Va., Sept. 13; Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md., Sept. 14; Indiantown Gap Military Reservation, Pa., Sept. 15; and Shenango Personnel Replacement Depot, Pa Sept. 16. Games Scheduled In Club League NATIONAL LEAGCE Batunc Mutial. gt. Louis .353: Herman. Brooklyn. .138. Run-Vauahaa. Brooklyn. 90: Musial. 84. Loulft, II. Sun- battrd in Nlcholaon. Chicago. 9i. r... Pittsbursb. 7(. Hlla atuaiai. Si Louia. 1S6, Herman. Brooklyn. 141 . Doublf Musiiil. St.- Louts. JS, Herman, and -(Brooklyn, 31. TrlBles Muaial. Si. Louis. 15: Ooidon. New York, ana Kle :n.' St. Louia. 11. Home run Nic.'iolson. Cbicaco. 30: Ott. Nr York IT. Stolen base Vausfcan. Brooklyn. II: Low rev CSMoaao. ll. Pttcruna BwU. pttturn. u-s. Biioun. Cincinnati 10-J. AMCEJCAX LEAGUE Batuni Wakefield. Detroit, .113; Ao- Bllnc C: i Run Vernon. Waahinaton. TT; Case Waahirurtori. "3 Ran battad -j York. Detroit. ST: Eteen New York as, ;! -Wakeaeid Detroit. 19: Anolint OMcaao 144 Double Wakeneli. Detroit. 30: Keitner. Ceve'.and. It. Triple Lindell New York JO; Mow. GtiicACo. and York. Detroit. I. Home run York. Detroit, 30; Keller, Hew York EL Stolen baaea CNm. Washington. 41; Uow. Chicaao. 39. mtcrUn Chandler. New York. fS-S: Ura. Darroir. n-j BOYS' CLL'B INTERMEDIATE LEAGUE STANDING Won Loat ret. s 1.000 1 1.000 t l .sir 1 1 .500 a .( , s .( Celtic . Hank . Triiriex . Paalime Bomber Ranter GAMES THIS WEEK Monday Bomber vs PastlmaaT Tuesday Triplex v Celtics. Wednesday Rangers. y Pastime. Thursday Haa-ks vs Bomber. Common Edges Pastimes, 4-3 The Common Regulars defeated the Pastime, 4 to 3, on the Common Saturday morning. The winners tallied its winning mark in the ninth. Powers hurled seven-hit hall and led the attack tor his club petting three for three and scored two of th four markers. Two Sons in Service Tech. Sgt. George Berne LANES BORO. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berne have two sons in the service. Tech. Sgt. Geo r ire Berne was in ducted into the coast artillery in March, 1942. ; He was Sent to Fort Strong, Boston, and from there to Camp Stewart, Ga., where he is now sta tioned. Sgt. Berne was married Aug. 7 to Miss Evelyn M. Sykes of Pittsfield at Camp Stewart, Ga., where he is now stationed. He was graduated from Lanesboro ! asssslj aaaaaaaaaw2 ABB aaam . ana Baa M ianfttal aaaaaanP Pfc Ernest H. Berne Miss Woodlock Is Bride of Lieut. Pomeroy Dalton Flier Recently Returned From Overseas Duty Metal Hydrides Head Denies New Location Is Being Sought Only Suitable Site Is Bridgman Tract, Says Dr. Alexander- Hasn't Viewed West Property . The disclosure today that theji of land (tha Wei property); Mr. West property on Crane Avenue. Noxon explained today after a tei-adjacent to the Boston A Ajbaoy ephone conversation with th railroad tracks, was being sought firm's head. "He states that as a possible site for Metal Hy-j neither he nor his engineers ba DALTON Miss Rita Frances jdrides. Inc.. brought today a denial seen the land and thay have no Woodlock, daughter of the late Mr. from Dr. T. P. Alexander ol Bev-1 knowledge as to whether it wou i and Mrs. William Woodlock. of 377 erly. president of the firm. Mr. be a suitable site for the proposed Main Street, became the bride of Alexander, through his attorney, plant,'" Lieut. William Warren Pomeroy, John F. Noxon, said today that o: tne west property, owned era- son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pom- his present knowledge the only j the Harry G. West heirs. Is in an suitable site is the Bridgman tract industrial sone but is mere than on Dalton Avenue. 1300 feet farther away from OsC Dr. Alexander states that just (General Electric plastics plant. th before he left on his vacation his origin of the hydrogen supply, than attention was called to this piece 'the Dalton Avenue site. 'i and Pittsfield High and before his enlistment was employed by the General Electric Company. Pfc. Ernest H. Berne entered the service in January. 1942. and was stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C From there he was transferred to Fort Devens, then to Pine Camp, N. Y. From there he was sent to Camp Pickett, V.. and is now somewhere in Sicily. He was educated in the Lanesboro and Pittsfield schools and was employed as a weaver by the Berkshire Woolen Oanpany. City Painting And Insulating Jobs Awarded Clement M. Far re 11 has been awarded the contract for painting the exterior of Bartlett School. Superintendent of Public Buildings Frederic Van, Wie aisciosea loaay. Farrell's bid .was $590, Pittsfield Pkygreunds To Qose for Track Meet Gtywide Event To Be Held on The Common All playgrounds will close Wednesday afternoon for the city-wide track meet, both boys and girls, on the Common at, 3. The girls' events have been put over from the morning when originally scheduled. A varied program has been worked out for the meet. The boys' competitions will . be in dashes of 40, 60 and 75 yards, running broad and high jumps, shotput, comman do race and horseshoe-pitching. Those for girls will include 25 and 50 yard dashes, three-legged, bi cycle and novelty races. There will be movies tonight at 8.30 at Pitt Playground. Prize awards in the 4J-baby show at Francis Avenue . playground, recently, include: Prettiest eyes, Carol Madison, John Farrell, Helen Procopio; prettiest hair, Edward Spence, Patricia Froio, Robert Brodeur; prettiest smile, John Plankey, James Martin,- Joseph Kozio; youngest. Pnscilla Spence, Danny Barzowskas, Bernard Mur phy. The judges were Mrs. John Dan iels, Miss Edith Shaw, Miss Rita McCauley. The judges for a doll show held there recently were Mrs. John F. Harte, Mrs. Margaret Ward and Miss Virginia Procopio. Obituary Robert L. Brown Robert L. Brown, 64, a native of Cheshire and former resident of this city, died at his home in Springfield yesterday noon after an illness of several years' duration. i Born in Cheshire Aug. 13, 1879, jfrr. Brown was the son of the late Jay and Martha Miller BroWn. He spent his boyhood IB! Cheshire, liter moving to Pittsfield, living here and in Great Harrington the greatet part of his life. He was empipyed for many years by the Berkshire Street Railway Company and was a member of Cincinnatus Lodge of Masons. Survivors are his widow, the former Clytie At-water, also several nieces sand nephews. The body will rest at the Newton St Barnfather Funeral Home, 17 East Housatoruc Street, after tonight. Services, will be there Wednesday afternoon at 2. Burial will be in the Cheshire Cemetery. Swim Meet Held at Country Ckb James Washburn, Carolyn Tyler Are Winners James Washburn, son of-Mr. and Mrs. James W. Washburn of 112 Spadina Parkway, and Miss Carolyn Tyler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Boaitdman Tyler of 801 South Street, were the winners in the annual swimming meet at the Country Club of Pittsfield yesterday afternoon. Washburn topped his division with 18 points, and Miss Tyler- scored 15 to lead hers. Each was awarded war saving stamps. Runners-up were Cyrus Henry and Barbara Birt with 14 and 13 points respectively. More than 20 children of members participated in the events, which included races, diving contests and a canoe ilting match as a finale. They were grouped in these classes: 12 to 16; 8 to 12; and 6 to 8. The younger boys and girls vied for honors in the dead man's float, tile recovery and short races. A parade of babies to the dock for pinwheel awards was a feature. . - 1 Other point winners were Cynthia Jones, Sarah Jane Dechert. Andrew Blau, John Gait, Silas Ed- man, Henry Richardson, Ross Ed man. Deborah Washburn, Verna Damon, Carolyn Talbot Ann Tal bot, Patricia McCartj. Sarah Gait and Mary Breslin. Ribbons were awarded to first, second, third and fourth . place contestants. Harry R. Birt was chairman of the lake committee which had charge of the event, and he was assisted by Mrs. William H. Milton Jr., Mrs. Leland C. Talbot, W. Rankin Furey, and Mr. Washburn. Patrick Kenney, veteran attendant, was onduty. Marty parents walked to Morewood Lake or used busses. Most of the younger members came by bicycle. eroy of 58 Curtis Avenue at 10 yesterday morning at the rectory of St. Agnes' Church. Rev. James J. Fltzgibbon, pastor, performed the ceremony. Miss Wilma Silver-nail attended as maid of honor and the best man was Martin Glendon. The bride wore a gown of colonial style candle light taffeta with matching juilet cap wi:h veil. Her bouquet was of colonial lavender buddleia and baby's breath- The maid of honor wore ice blue taffeta with juliet cap of yellow taffeta and carried vellow gladioli and baby's breath. A reception followed at the Irv ing House where gladioli and other seasonal flowers were used in tne . ., , feaa oecorations ine couP,e Vn til Wallpaper. Paint & Glass Company unannounced wedding trip, theL . . ; . n ku with matching accessories. -Lieut, and Mrs. Pomeroy will live in Jack sonville, Fla., where the lieutenant is now assigned. A pilot in the Army tAir Forces, Lieut. Pomeroy was recently awarded a medal for 400 hours over the Mediterranean in submarine control. He is a graduate of Dalton High School, Worcester Academy and Boston University. The bride was formerly employed in the cost department of Crane 4f Company. She is a graduate of Dalton High School and of Berkshire Business College. Lieut. Pomeroy flew north to be on time forj the wedding. He has been back in this country a short time. 150 Attend Sinion Party Ell M. Simon, who was Inducted in the United States Army at Fort Devens today, was tendered a farewell by Mr. and Mrs.. Michael D. Hashim of 426 South Street at their home last night. It Was for members of the family and1 friends and 150 attended. He was presented sizabe purses by the Liquor Deakr3 Association of Berkshire County and by Mr. Hashim in addition to several other gifts. A buffet lunch was served. Mr. Simon, who served as manager of the Hashim Package Store, Inc., for the past seven years, will enter the officers volunteer school. He is to receive his basic training at Fort Devens. He is a native of Fall River end attended Ford-ham University, Real Estate Sale William T. Butler has sold a cottage at Mahkeenac Heights in Stockbridge to Raymond C and Dorothy Milne of this city. Rose Wolf of Brooklyn. N Y, has sold to William H. and Elsie A. Dean of Chester two parcels of land with buildings thereon on the Becket-Blandford Road In Becket May hid $625. The Home Roofing & Insulation Company, on Its bid of $576. was awarded the contract for Insulating ther-top floor of the Central Fire Station. Berkshire Roofing & Supply bid $618 or the job and the Capitol Insulation Company offer was $884. Gty Notes George C Scholderer of 91 Elm Street is recuperating from an operation at St. Luke's Hospital. Miss Mary Elizabeth Lynch of 417 North Street, who has been In the capacitor department of the General Electric Company for the past year, began her new duties today in the company's personnel office. Miss Ellen Mara. 25 Third Street, and Miss Helen Nelligan, 153 South Street, have returned from a vacation at the Westpoft Conn., beach. Bernard A. Gregory has conveyed his interest in property on East Housatonlc Street, Dalton, to Quint Gregory of Dalton. BESSE-CLARKE Mrs. Georgian n Bousquet Mrs. Georgianna Bousquet, 80. mother of Mrs. Norman Fisher of this city, died Friday at her home in Springfield after a long illness. Mrs. Bousquet was born in Canada but had lived in Springfield 40 years. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Joseph Foisey, of Watertown; three sons, Edward, Theodore anil Lester, of Albany, N. Y., and a sister, Mrs. E. A. Poirier of Springfield. Funeral services were held at the Graham Funeral Home, Springfield, this morning at 11. Burial was In Hlllcrest Park Cemetery in that city. Funerals Miss Helen CTNeil A high mass of requiem was celebrated for Miss Helen O'Neil, whose funeral was at 9 this morning at at, naries' church. Rev. Edward Kane officiated. Burial was in St Joseph's Cemetery. Fft Kane offered prayers at the grave. - Mrs. Elizabeth F. Lee A high mass of requiem was ceieoratea for Mrs. Elizabeth F. Lee, whose funeral was at 9 this morning at Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Harry A. Brahson officiated. The bearers were James P. Reynolds, Francis T. McCarthy, Louis A. Curm Thomas J. McGuire, James O. Driscoll and Patrick A, McCarthy. Burial was in St. Joseph's Cemetery. Rev. Patrick F.Dowd, D.D., offered prayers at the grave. Mrs. Mabel L. Hibbetrd Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel L. Hibbard were at 2 this afternoon at the Wellington Funeral Home, 220 East Street. Rev. Walter B. Wiley, pastor of the Pilgrim Memorial Church, officiated. The bear ers were Harry and: Howard Win chell, Michael Donovan and John Snell. Interment was In the Pittg-fleld Cemetery. ff" Btjk THIS ISN'T FUNNY- Mr. Hope! "IT PRO-TEX MY HANDS" Because PrpTex DuPont- product created to keep war workers', mechanics', painters', plumbers' and other rnanual laboring hands in good condition and CLEAN ! No after-wash clinging grime when you use PROTEX Regularly 35c Reduced to .29c Pittsfield Tire tiOWAKD Center and West Sta, a BABBITT Dial 4501 Wellington: Funeral Home 'Within the Means of AIT 220 East Street Phone . 4064 Pittsfield, Mass. Berkshire Men Enter School Special to THE EAGLE GREAT LAKES 111. Two Berk snire County men have enrolled In the naval training school for avla tion machinist's mates and metal smiths at the air technical training center, Chicago. TJiey are: - Roy Chester Barnes Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy C, Barnes, Middlefield Road, Hinsdale, and Francis Joseph Merrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Merrick, Stockbridge Street, Lenox. Upon successful completion of the course, they will be qualified as third class petty officers and assigned to active duty. Cheshire Man Dies at 72 CHESHIRE Adelbert Nor-thrup 72, of this town died this morning at the House of Mercy, Pittsfield, after a short illness. Mr. Northrup Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Stella Smith of Ludlow. The bodywas taken to the Newton & Barnfather Funeral Home, 17 East Housatonlc Street, Pittsfield. You Women Who Suffer From HOT HASHES ... CHILLY FEELINGS If you like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52 suffer from hot flashes, weak, nervous feelings, distress of "Irregularities", are blue at times due to the functional middle age period peculiar to women try Lydia B. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Taken regularly Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. It also has what Doctors call a stomachic tonic effect! Thousands upon thousands of women rich and poor alike have reported benefits. Here's a product that kxlps KATust and that's the kind to buy. Follow label directions. Well worth trying! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S S Sporting Goods jl ' AND Fishing Tackle, Downstairs Sports Dept. ! BESSE-CLARKE 273 North at Summer August Prices ! QUALITY FURNITURE '.1 AT THE Berkshire Furniture Co., inc. SS5 North at I nion Chatham Blankets We don't suggest hoarding, but if you need blankets now it the tune to buy them. Chathams start at 5.00 STONE NY Triplex Machine Co. General Machine Work GAS AND ELECTRIC WELDING ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Tel. 5854. 2.6030 117 Fourth St. Pitufield, Maw. orncims UtHAKD R cahweu. ARTHUR M. JONES PHILIP A. DAMON Aulitaot Tmnm WALTER L. QCttTINAN i J RICHARD SL OAJfWKIX IOBM RARKXR SARD WILL c rotates rSSLIP aV DAMON aCELTOM B. WJ a. r, ROW WAR BONDS and BANK BOOK... tool ' its fed ll I use my bank for all my savings. Every montK 20 of my salary goes into my bank. Part of it to buy Bonds, the rest to make my regular monthly savings-deposit for my Cash Reserve. 5 '' - ijNGLt' I ' -' All of the $ $ $ I save work for Victory. For my bank buys War Bonds and other U. S. Bonds regularly, just as I do. - Pittsfield 49 IBM STtffT . OPPOSITE POST OfTKl , V

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