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Berkshire Eagle (Newspaper) - September 16, 1963, Pittsfield, Massachusetts Berkshire Eagle Monday Sept 16 1963 REDUCE 10 treatments for only House of Charm BEAUTY and REDUCING SALON Complete Beauty Service 49 Bartlett Avenue HI 32515 Just Off East St Ample Free Chester The Noble Bowling Alleys have reopened for the season seven days a week starting at 7 pm The Womens League will bowl Mondays Cortland Grinding Wheels Corp Mens League Wednesdays and the Mr and Mrs teams Fridays Sundays from 2 to 5 is reserved for young people Womens The Womens Bowling League met last week at Nobles Alleys on Street and or with Mrs Loretta Easton president Mrs Mevina Frisbie treasurer Mrs Tonelli sec SUPER 1 MARKET TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY SPECIALS 326 Ave You Ring We Bring Dial 21596 Open Friday Nights Till Nine TOP ROUND STEAK or Boneless BEEF STEW Your IL Choice ID 89 Monday Tuesday Wednesday GENUINE SPRING ALL U S RAISED FOREQUARTER CHOPS STEW COMBINATION LB Shoulder Chops 69 Rib Chops Loin Chops Seedless Grapes Honeydew Melons Broccoli CALIFORNIA BUNCH Purple IDAHO 2 LBS and Produce Mon Only Grocery Strawberry or Raspberry i j Finast Preserves 39 FRENCH STYLI or Wx Richmond Beans 4 FINAST Stylo Sweet Corn 4 SS 49 For A Hearty Meal B M Beef Stew r 49 PRICES EFFECTIVE IN FIRST NATIONAL SUPER MARKETS ONLY WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES CIGARETTES TOBACCO PRODUCTS EXEMPT FROM STAMP OFFER Double Jtt Stamps Wednesday AT YOUR FIRST NATIONAL MARKETS Uo First National Stores FDR Library Iii Hyde Park To Get Addition HYDE PARK NY AP The Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation plans to build a mil addition to the Frank lin D Roosevelt Library here The library director Mrs Eliz abeth Drewry said last night that the addition would consist of two wings to the Dutch stone Colonial building Adlai E Stevenson chief US delegate to the United Nations a closefriend of the late Mrs Roose velt is chairman of the founda tion bearing her name Mrs Drewry said the foundation would raise the funds to finance the li brary construction Dates Set Groundbreaking is scheduled for Nov 7 the first anniversary of Mrs death The cor laying is set for Oct 11 1964 the 80th anniversary of Mrs birth The library built by the Frank lin D Roosevelt Foundation while the late president was still alive was turned over to the federal government in 1940 and is now part of a national historic site at Hyde Park The had their family home here Mr Roosevelt was the first president to turn over his private papers and other persona docu ments to the government for pub lic use He had an office in one room of the library Doomed Oak Said Kilmer Poem Source NEW BRUNSWICK NJ AP huge white oak believed to have inspired Joyce Kilmer to write Trees will be cut down Wednesday a victim of old age The trees demise sounds a sad note for Rutgers University site of the oak and for those who say it was the tree Kilmer had in mind when he wrote the poem Others say the tree that inspired Kilmer is elsewhere Mahwah a community in northern Now Jer sey where the poet lived four years contends Kilmer wrote of the trees that shaded his home there In Montague City Mass they tell how Kilmer wrote Trees after seeing a spreading maple in the yard of an old mansion In Swanzey NH 25 miles north of Montague City its thought the late poet penned Trees while viewing a group of maples during a vacation No Proof Belief that the gnarled oak at Rutgers was the tree of Trees has grown over the years However a university spokes man admits We cant prove it the one had in mind But then who can prove an inspira tion The legend is that as a boy in New Brunswick and as a student at Rutgers Kilmer sat under the sprawling oak its branches span ning more than a hundred feet in symmetry He left here in 1906 Trees appeared in 1913 in a literary magazine while Kilmer was living in Mahwah Whether an oak a maple one tree or many inspired Kilmer will probably never be known but the oak at Rutgers perhaps the best known of the Kilmer trees will be on center stage Wednesday The oak stands alone in a field enclosed by a small white fence When felled it will be stored un til a decision is made on what to do with the wood If the trunk is sound a cross section will be given to the Sgt Joyce Kilmer American Legion Post in New Brunswick US Canada Urged To Ehd Barriers Egremont Marianne visited friends in Darien Conn over the weekend and Mrs Daniel W Von Bremen and family of Livingston N J visited Mr Von Bremens parents Mr and Mrs D W Von Bremen of Creamery Road over the weekend David and son at Avon Conn and Mr and Mrs Robert Kirk and daughter of town N Y spent a few days this week with Mr and Mrs J William Slubbs of South Egre mont Mens BLAZE ORANGE HUNTING JACKETS Fabulous WASHINGTON UPI A study sponsored by the Canadian American Committee of the National Planning Association said today that both Canada and the United States should dis mantle a network of invisible tariffs created by customs laws and procedures Among the invisible bar riers to trade criticized in a 71 page study were Arbitrary procedures for setting the duti able value of imports in both countries errors in classification that mean a higher duty rate the functioning of escape clause and antidumping laws and ad ministration of requirements that imported articles be marked as to country of origin Loopholes and Confusion The report said customs laws in both countries not only crea ted openings for hidden tariff increases but also caused sion and uncertainty for impor ters and exporters and thus dampened down international trade Customs administration is impy too clumsy an instrument to be charged with administering io a substantial degree the national trade policies of either Canada or the United States the study said It has a great potential for creating uncertainties for ex porters and importers H said The report was written by Francis Masson a member of the analysis and review of the United States Commerce Depart ment balance of payments divi sion and Dr H Edward English director of research of the Canadian Trade Committee of the private planning association The com which has sponsored a series of studies of United States Canadian economic and political relations is made up of 60 busi ness labor agricultural and pro leaders from the two countries Standards Sought The report recommended that both countries play a more ac tive role in the International Cus toms Cooperation Council which has established and agreed on classifying goods and has moved toward similar rules on setting the import value on which the tariff is computed As an alternative the report suggested a bilateral United States Canadian agreement on classification and valuation Real Estate Sales Edward L and Julia C Schnopp to Isadore E and Eva M Theoret house and lot on Route 8 Dalton TUESDAY Call for Appointment During Week OPEN EVENINGS OPEN MONDAYS Air SPECIALS Special Cold Wave Incudes Haircut Shampoo and Set We are now in our new salon on 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