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Berkshire Evening Eagle, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1949, Pittsfield, MassachusettsBerl Uhira Eagle Loral Newt am pm monday through saturday 7.30 am 10.30 am 12.30 pm 6.00 pm 10.30 pm Hub v Ulm Wbeck the Berkshire evening Eagle the weather temperature fl.30 am h temperature 12 noon i huh 21 hours 3.30 pm 8z Low at hours 4.30 am 37 Range year Ajo 67, 53 24 hours 0 Sun else at j j Sun sets at. New Noou aug. Full Moon lamps a fated second Section Pittsfield Massachusetts. Saturday August 6, 1949. Attend night member at museum brazilian Consul fashion show dancing featured the Berkshire museum furnished Multi ringed circus for some 600 people at its summer members night last evening. A latin american program Fea tured by a fashion show and exhibition dancing had to be Given twice because of an unexpectedly Large attendance. In addition two Art exhibitions were opened one of pan american paintings and another of Wash drawings by Reginald Marsh. A movie on South America was and the entire museum was open for the members to roam about and take in the exhibits. Berenguer Cesar brazilian con sul general of new York gave a welcoming address on behalf of the South american republics. He complimented Eleazar de Carvalho brazilian conductor who was pres ent last night on his and other contributions to South american music. He said however that he thought very highly of All music from Bee Bop and jazz the. Classics. The Consul was introduced by w. Nelson bump of the pan american society of new England and of american overseas airways. The dance team of Garcia and Renato put on a colourful series o dances illustrating the different Fiance customs of the South Ameri can countries. About 55 members of the Boston symphony orchestra were present on special invitation of the museum. Chest group to visit boy scout Camp the boy scouts Camp Eagle will be the scene of the third come and see tour sponsored by the Pittsfield Community Chest to acquaint Campaign workers representatives of the 17 agencies and other interested persons with the activities of the Chest organizations. Tour will be held wednesday evening starting with a dutch treat supper at the Camp at 6, according to mrs. Merrill r. Tabor of 62 Pollock Avenue who has been appointed chairman. Other Tours which have already been held under the come and see program have included a tour of the boys club Camp and a combined visit to the girls league and the girl scout Day Camp. Persons interested in visiting Camp Eagle Are asked to communicate with mrs. Tabor or the Community Chest. May former local Man head . Civil service tile reappointment of Edward j. Donovan formerly of this City As a state parole commissioner of new York is being held up by governor Thomas e Devevey because Capitol wags have said he is to succeed judge j. Edward Convay As chairman of the state civil service commission. Judge Convay has not resigned an Albany times Union re writes but the fact re Mains that governor Dewey has not announced the reappointment of or. Donovan to the parole Board although his term has sex or. Donovan attended local schools. Catholic University and took his Law degree at new York University. He is a brother of John d. Donovan of 142 Lakeway drive mrs. William j. Forrest and miss Margaret m. Donovan of 83 Wel Lington Avenue. Memorial mass held for Cpl. T. M. Kushi a memorial mass was said this morning at 7 in St. Mary s Church for Cpl. Terence m. Kushi a late member of company i National guard unit who was killed in an automobile Accident a year ago tomorrow. The noncommissioned these and about 15 Ollices vere modelled at inc slum during the Berkshire museum members night inst the dresses Mere designed h me Van Ellen Lyford fourth from left after an extended tour of pan countries h one is an interpretation of something she saw in South students at the motor in of i i h Ion and design in Boston made the dresses last As a project and joined Xii a few local people to Model them last night. Shown Here Are miss Lillian r. Francese of Millsfield Margaret Mil mice of Joann Calland of Melrose miss Lyford miss Lorraine Fournier of Oon socket r.i., miss Marguerite Lawton of Brockton and miss Nancy Hannon of pits iced. Hadala farm face lifting being rushed stands ramps rest rooms must be ready aug. 16 construction of refreshment stands unloading ramps and in formation centers is being rushed at the Walter n Hadala farm in Adams in preparation for Berk Shire county Farmers Field Day aug. 16. Under the guidance of Miles r. Mccarry chairman of the facilities committee work is also being hastened on a first Aid Center a Nursery for children from three to Ive rest rooms and a permanent Loudspeaker to accommodate an expected crowd of some 3000 As efficiently As possible. In order to explain the face lift no program step by step a Mobile Public address unit has also been engaged. It will circulate around he farm All Day with Lawrence 3. Rhoades of the Farmer s pro Luction credit association at the microphone the permanent speak no system is for the women s pro available food will include hot logs hamburgers Coffee and soft i flanks. Arthur Hathaway jr., Adams caterer will Supply equip ment and personnel. Lawrence Bienick of Adams chairman of the refreshment committee is plan ung for a crowd of about 3000, but Las lately been wondering whether More than that will show up Over the course of the Day. Mrs. Fred n Krook of 63 Pom Eroy Avenue will direct the fenced and attended Nursery for Voung children assisted by Volunteer workers from several 4-h clubs. Other members of the facilities committee Are John Folan of Windsor Leonard Lavendol North Adams John Divot Williams town Kenneth Milligan Lee Henry hitter Dalton and Mal Colm Chesney Archibald cum mings Michael Allesio and Wil Liam Knoblock All of Pittsfield. All profits from refreshment sales will be used for the improve ment of facilities at Camp Howe the to county 4-h Canup in Goshen and for increasing the activities of he Northern Berkshire Young Farmers and homemakers club. Bridgman plans opposed by 80 area residents a petition opposing plans of har id j. Bri i Man to build Homes on group of vacant lots in the Allen Heights Section has been filed at he City clerk s office bearing the signatures of some 80 residents of he area. The petitioners stated that the officers of the company for the mass and a attended services this services births Pitta Leld general Hospital or. And mrs. Francis b. Smith 44 Stearns Avenue a daughter this morning. Or. Find mrs. William w. Pulaski 590 Cheshire Road a daughter to fils morning. Or. And mrs. Robert e Butcher ots in question were set aside m Zigmal plans As a Park eight adjacent building lots that Are now occupied. They said that the area should be used As origin ally contemplated the planning Board has under a request irom or. Bridgman that the Allen Heights plan be revised in order to make the Park area into building lots. Columbus Avenue open to business Columbus Avenue businesses East Chatham. By a son yester Are suffering a races Dav. Or. And mrs. Alan t. Wolcott. 541 West Street a daughter ves Gerdav. This week As a result of fake on arising from the Road resurfacing project there. The Street closed sign at the in trance to Columbus Avenue is merely a Legal notice they Point out. The Street is definitely not closed to traffic although police Are anxious to hold traffic to a , minimum by keeping off those cars 121 Calumet Street a son yester a which do not have business on the Day. J Street. However those Drivers who i wish to shop at the Columbus ave Zaccari stores Mav do so St Luke s Hospital or. And mrs. Clifton Deblois Lenox a daughter this morning. Or. And mrs. Alan s. Ludbrook Park department baseball leagues ending season thursday the plavqiound.-, four baseball leagues wind up their five week Competition with Plaj offs for the City championship scheduled for Friday. Winning team of each league vill get special awards. In the 11-and-under league Crane and Deming Are leading in the a division with Pontoosuc and Osceola tied for f St in the a division in the 12 and 13-year roup Wah Conah is v a out in Kudlate win 8100 on radio quiz show in Ork front for the Ion spam guide the Only team in the a group with no defeats Highland is in log the b d vision of the with Only Pontoosuc a possible threat. While the a dision is divided among four teams the ame number of wins and losses. In the 17-year-old league Clapp and Springside Are tied for first with two wins and no losses. Champs crowned at City Parks or and mis Kudlate of 14 Berk Shne Avenue will return from new York a Lex Richer after will be with one men Park readied for aau race cinder track Wall will be used Jere for . Event Clapp Park s cinder track is get Ting a real face lifting. Preliminary work will be finished by thursday and the rest soon after for the aug. 21 now England aau 30-Kilometer championship rare one new Fea ure is a Concrete Wall on the inside to Mark the pole position. The 2h-foot Wall is six inches across the top and eight inches at the Bottom it projects about two inches the ground level except on the Corner facing the Mam Railfield in order not to hamper the outfielders using that Diamond that will he finished thursday. Besides marking the pole Posi Tion the Wall will prevent from the Small Diamond s Outfield crowing into the track area eventually. Park Supei intendant Jackson ,1 Peiyi Hopes that i Roodt n Mav be Huilt of 1h if f 1 us Wilh the thai the que 11 Tot mile Hack be flooded for Speed skates use in the Winter. A Bulldozer from the Emerson construction company also has finished grading an area 125 deep in the Woods behind the Hack Stop on the Small Diamond that will give a straight 220-Vaid run ending near the Fie House on the North s de. The shrubbery at that Corner is to cog twins painted to sections of Clapp and Spung Side a demure to inns Aie live of cinders to two me ups of findeis tha k Hsi Paisis Section of tinder track shows the Concrete Wall for pole position running along left. At Rin lit background a Bulldozer clears a Way for the Mart of inc 220-Yard dash. Authorities expect the track to he ready for the new England meet sunday the 21st. Appearing last on Abc quiz show Bieak the Bank As the fishbowl win nets selected on the previous week s pro Gram when their names were drawn from a bowl the Kud Lutes Are in new York for an d week end plus the Chance to h t the Jackpot of More than on r n a m i n p e Walter no vi1, Louoma Paisons Gabik l chatter and radio writers. They were Sel Hack at when they a led to identify John Gunther but on a second try came up with Cholly Knickerbocker Damon Runyon and Mark Helliger to take the Hundred. They were eliminated As they tried for s200 when they could t identify Robert of Pond Cid that will be rolled and put into shape afford the area is re graded and smoothed on time for the sunday meet. Pittsfield Man injured in Palmer crash c lit ii ii i. 78 Vearo d i Osfie d Man buffered body and was up Heie afternoon car in which be a passenger skidded on eased Crisco curve and struck a Stone Wall. According to the state police re ports Moron s. She Deli 16, of 70 John Street Pittsfield was diving the car at the time of the Accident. The Road was wet As it had rained hard a few minutes previously Berkshire has second polio Case Williams student admitted to Sampson unit the Williams College student admitted to Sampson Pavilion of Pittsfield general Hospital yester Day afternoon with Berkshire county s second Case of infantile paralysis this summer is in Good condition today according to or Frank k. Paddock attending Phi Tho student. 21-Vcai-om Tho Ina Patti soil d Dait Conn is the i a Calm of a Iype of pour or Paddy xxx said a resident of Moi can Hall at the College Pat playground champs w Ere crowned yesterday m dial children and events As individual from i each Plav ground vied for Alle ild at the common and Derung. Filiault of the common took the Horseshoe tournament for those under 15, and Tom Coy of Spring Side for those Over 15 doubles for those under 15 were won by Ken Neth Brown and Arthur Delgallo of Crane and Over 15 by Jim Harte and Tom Coy of Springside in volleyball the common girls ook the championship while the Deming boys won in their division. Joseph Robair of Highland took the carom Itle for boys under 12, Sherwood. And the car event into a spin while a pen Mcner or. Kudlate was negotiating a curve on route 20 with the Pilts film f be department although Shin let a Tynin for 31 the Coupe have Chichetto w is treated o or. Jacob Bluc Tom in and allowed to Cor.lmu3 join the entire right Side Bill Plouffe of Deming for boys co Over 12, Beverly sch Ruben of Wah Institute at Yale James h. Lucas executive vice president of the Pittsfield Cham Ber of Commerce vill be one of the 250 students registered when the northeastern Institute for commercial and Trade Organiza Tion executives opens its fourth annual session next week at Yale University. The ins Titu e offers professional nurses to enable mid Conah for girls under 12, and Mhz be of com Rreece a Caw of Cham Beth Heidel of Colts Lle for those Over 12. Checker championships went to Myron. Metropole of Deming for boys Over 12, Francis o Hearn of the common for boys Over 12 while Judith Huddleston of fran Cis took the title for girls under 12 and Gloria Pierson of Crane for those Over 12. Voik to keep abreast of latest developments in that Field. Its of gazed Curn Calum of study offers a Thiee year course upon completion of the required study the Institute awards certificates. The session is scheduled to run from tomorrow through aug. 13 or. Lucas is serving on the registration committee this year. Vehicle was damaged of the Wbeck show tonight will raise funds for legion team starting at 9 tonight radio Sta Wbeck will Tuin Over its facilities to a Money raising Cam american legion team which will pain for the baseball a Utic Pate in new England Region Al play offs in Augusta me Stait ing a 14 w. Wendell Bultow manager said the music re quest show would continue through the entire evening until the Neces sary amount has been subscribed by the listening audience. Harry Brown station announcer will be the master of ceremonies for the music request show. It will be interrupted Only at 1030 for the nightly 15-minute and world news local National or. And mrs. Dante s s Esther Terrace a daughter yesterday. Or. Spital and mrs. Hal Edward Devenger 58 Seymour Street son this morning. Potkor help leis or. And mrs. David a. Coleman of Holland. Mich., a son David or. Murday. Or. Coleman is the son of Donald l. Coleman of m Thomson place. Fire record yesterday 9.32 fire Tower re ported an accumulation of smoke West of Onota Lake Pittsfield fire i department found that it was caused by a fire in old tree stumps in a gravel pit. William Scace had a permit to Burn out the stumps on his property at the end of Cas Cade Street ten son is a member of the class of 1950 he became ill monday the first polio victim this sum Mer Frank g. Of North Adams who was admitted to Sampson wednesday continues to improve Hospital officials report. He has no paralysis. Polio fatalities expected to level off new 1or.k up the a it ional foundation for infantile predicted today that the polio fatality rate which totals 40 Lor the year would level off during the remainder of the sum Mer. The foundation said the experience of previous epidemic years indicated that the incidence of the crippling disease May have reached its Peak with a Case fatality rate of 7.2 per cent. Fifty six new cases were reported yesterday compared to 58 for the two previous Davs. Two More Fatali ties also were reported yes Teidan or. Morns of the cite health department said to Ere had been 562 polio cases m the cite i Jan 1 and 317 currently were hospitalized state health officials reported 239 cases outside the City and new Jersey reported 193 for the period medical authorities said a serious increase in the disease was noted in the wealthy suburban area of great neck on Long Island. Nine of the 23 new cases reported out Side new York City yesterday were located in the area about 20 were tha i probably not but Brinton d. Wright Bow Farmer at the cite infirmary u proud of the year s in acre crop of silage Corn. Or. Wright i five feet eight inches tall and of the talks Are doable his height especially in the Middle of the Field. Frank a. So Esbert county agricultural agent said the Corn ii the highest my this reported to be years of age. Persons Over 15 it. Greylock is attracting Many visitors disaster Loans for county mean Little says Skogsberg Berkshire county Farmers will right he said and All crops Are have Little or no use for the Federal now in Good condition government s offer of production1 l. Roy Hawes head of the Mas Nis Aslor Loans according to Frank Sach Sells Grange announced that a. Skogsberg county members of that organization had noted against Federal Aid 100 to All new England states except 5. To said the Washington Loans Maine Nec ame eligible Foi Federal were unnecessary because Farmers Loans within the past few Days loan agencie1 in this state have when they Weie de died disaster areas because of the recent pro i longed drought. Or. Skogsberg states that in his opinion this county is not a Dis Aster area. Pasture crops Espe More than on hand for Low interest Loans. Grange spokesmen said that the great majority of agriculturists who suffered losses from the less summer would be refinanced Dally Hay Fields which were not by their Normal sources of credit Fertile suffered the main damage j and in the Long run would have to in the dry spell he pointed out. The f take their losses like any other Fertile Hay Fields came out All business child rescued by fully clothed aquatics Leader an unidentified teen age boy was pulled from the water at the Public Beach Pontoosuc Lake yesterday afternoon by James h. Thompson supervisor of Aqua tics in the Parks and recreation department the boy did t know the Dock had been moved about 15 feet farther from Shore because of the lowered water level and the former shallow Sec Tion is now Over the average Voung stat s head. Or. Thompson Dove in clothes and poll to get the boy to Shore. Or. Thompson in t worried about his watch and Money which Are drying out but he is asking parents to warn their children to be careful since the Dock has been moved into deeper water. Obituary Keith mrs. Archibald j. Walsh Nicholas e., Lenox mrs. Archibald a. Keith mrs Mary w. Keith 77 this morning at her Home died 128 Myrtle Street Lowell following a Long she was the wife of Archibald j. Keith of Lowell and Mother of James n. Keith of Pittsfield an employee of the internal Revenue office. A native of have Lack Scotland mrs Keith was born dec. 15, 1871, and came to the United states at an Early age she spent most of her life in Low Ell. She was a communicant of St. Michael s Church and belonged to the Rosary society. Besides her husband and son James she is survived by two sons Archie of Lowell and Raymond of los Angeles Cal. One sister miss Georgina and a brother Edward Modt to bottle Lowell and several nieces North Adams in spite of and nephews rough roads anew record number services will be held next week of victors to mount Greylock the m Lowen highest Point in the state May be set before the end of this season according to mrs Owen Brady. Spending her third year in charge of Bascom Lodge on the Summit mrs. Brady says that business this year is the Best she has seen. The recent appropriation of by the county commissioners for maintenance on Nolan and Rock Well roads is to improve conditions slightly. However the approaches to the Peak Are still in the rough condition which brought some criticism from George Sokol sky new York columnist two years ago. Although the county plans re pairs on parts of notch Road Henry a. Galipeau North Adams pub Lic works commissioner says that his department has no plans for mending the City owned stretch of the Road which is now pitted with holes. Mrs. Barzottini loses Diamond clips Gold watch Bracelet losses outweighed the finds yesterday at the police department. Mrs. Betty Barzottini of 65 Cole Avenue said she lost two Diamond clips a yellow Gold wrist watch and a Matching Bracelet after the articles fell out of her purse. Mrs. Chris Martin of 111 Burbank Street said she lost her purse con gaming it was lost in the Jmon Square theatre mrs. Mar tin believes. On the other Side of the Ledger mrs. John Reddy of 09 Eagle Street found a 510 Bill in Howard s hardware store another find was made by mrs. Norman Gallant of 121 Appleton Avenue. She reported discovering a Wallet belonging to a or. Kaplan of the Bronx . The contents of or. Kaplan s Wallet were not revealed in her re port to police funerals mrs. Anna Glecker services for mrs. Anna Giesker were held this afternoon at 2 in the Condron funeral Home with Rev. Donald c. Palmer of Housa tonic officiating. Burial was in Pittsfield cemetery. Bearers were Russell b e e k m a a John butt George Collins and Matthew Kavey. Gust Papes services for gust Papas were held this afternoon at 3 in the Mee Han funeral Home followed by services in St. George s orthodox Church the pastor Rev. George a. Vlahos officiating. Burial was in Pittsfield cemetery. Bearers were James Garivaltis Charles Ekono Mon Menelaus Amandos Stephen a Erazmus William Kapses and Michael Spring. Mrs. Dorothy k. Mcginnis services for mrs. Dorothy k. Mcginnis were held this morning at 9 in St. Teresa s Church with Rev. Luke t. Fennessey celebrating the High mass of requiem. Rev. Eugene f. Marshall was seated in the Sanctuary and Rev. Francis Hil Bert said prayers at the grave in St. Joseph s cemetery. The Daugh ters of Isabella were an honorary Uard bearers were Walter j. Carlo Ward g. Whalen Joseph b. Coughlim Harold c. Sexton Ray mond t. Connor and Raymond p. Quinn. Mrs. Harriet Stevens services for mrs. Harriet e Stevens will be held monday after noon at 2 in the Newton barn father funeral Home with Rev. Ralph Putney of St. Helena s Chapel new Lenox officiating. Burial will be in Pittsfield cemetery. S. H. Baileys to Mark 50th anniversary and mrs. Samuel h. Bailey of Flansburg will observe their 50th wedding anniversary tuesday. A Public reception to which friends of the couple Are invited will be held that night in the portuguese american club Hall Winter Street Pittsfield starting at 730. There will be refreshments and dancing. Or. And mrs. Are natives of Ireland and were married n that country. Mrs Bailey a the former mama Ball. They came to this country 36 Jears ago. Or. Bailey who is employed by Crane company previously served As superintendent or caretaker for Many places in Pittsfield Stock Bridge and Tyringham. He was superintendent of the Allera farm la Pittsfield and later of or. Eugene o. Snelman s Abby Lodge farm in that City. In Stockbridge he had charge of the Rodzinski and Argiento places and in tying Ham of the Ashintilly and Clarkson prop erties. Or. And mrs. Bailey have a Sor s. Henry of Pittsfield and three grandchildren. Berkshire senators vote for increased tax on hard liquor Berkshire s two senators at the state House were with the major Ity yesterday in voting for an in creased tax on hard liquor. They Are senator Michael h. Condron of this City and senator Ralph Lerche of Northampton representing the Berkshire Hampden Hampshire District. The tax is 25 cents a gallon bringing the total tax to clothes washed v2 hour launder id Tyler St. Dial 2-8728. Pickup 20c, delivery 1 expert bulldozing digging cellars and grading per or. R. C. Whitaker. Dial 2-6793. Custom upholstering re upholstering and upholstery repairing. Jim Curley. Dial 2-4194. __3 knitting instructions make your fall dress or suit now with yarns from the Aaron Bello Shoppe 21 North St. Free instruct tropical fish and supplies. Why pay higher prices buy at the hatchery. Write for Price list. Janocha s tropical aquarium 210 Central ave., Al Bany polio insurance pays medical expenses up to 55000 per Case. Family policy 2 yrs individual yrs. Rev Nolos Barnes. Dial Blue Moon ice Cream something new in Blue ice Cream. A delicious treat. Flavor of its own. Try it 18 other flavors. E. J. Skole sons Cor. Linden and Onota. Open driveways and sidewalks Black topped. Dial genuine Golden Bantam Corn perfect this week end. For Best Lavor pick while you wait. John Howe 1540 West St. Dial 2-6615. Adv. A Carpenter work hourly or con tract. Satisfaction guar. 2-0595. A ?3.50 up. Dial 2-5325. I

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