The Morning Union from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

24 THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, SPRINGFIELD, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1964 DEATHS, FUNERALS Miss Celia Doolan Miss Celia Doolan, 75, of 709. Carew St. died Thursday at Mercy Hospital. She was born in this city, June 6, 1888, daughter of late Denise and Ellen (Russell) Doolan. She made her home in this city all her, life.

of Hope a Church and of Our Lady She was a member of Lady of lope Guild. Prior to her retirement in 1961, she was cmployed as a housekeeper at Our Lady of Hope rectory for three vears. She leaves several cousins. The funeral will be held at the Edward F. O'Donnell neral home Saturday at 8 a.

m. Our Lady Hope Church at 9. with a requiem high mass in Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery. will Chicopee be today Falls.

from Visit10 and 7 10 10 p. m. will meet at the funeral home bers of Our Lady of itope Guild at 8 tonight to recite the rosary. Mrs. Alice Tease Urs Alice (Haggerty) Tease, 73, of 37 Bridge 'Agawam.

formerly of 701 Liberty died suddenly Thursday at home. She was born in Springfield, Dec. 31, 1890, daughter of the late Timothy sand Mary (Welch) Haggertv. had lived in Agawam for a year. Mrs.

Tease was 3 member of St. Thomas Church, West Springfield. She was the widow of Harry Tease. She leaves a daughter, Mrs. Marion Chase of Wilbraham; three sons, Harry of Chicopee Falls and Earl and Walter.

both of Feeding Hills; one sister. Mrs. Mary Callahan of Agawam; one brothel, ('alter. of Agawam: nine grandchildren and several nieces nephews. The funeral will be held at the Toomey funeral home Saturday at 9 a.

n. with ANNIVERSARY MASS There will be a first anniversary high mass for the repose of ire soul of John B. Dupuls, at St. Mary's Church, Somers in Hampden, 1964. Mass, at Requested 7.30, on Saturday, May 16, his daughter and son-in-law.

Mr. and Mrs. George Schnare ANNIVERSARY MASS There will be a requiem High Muss for the repose of the soul of John B.I Dupuis who died May 21, 1963, Saturday morning May 16, 7 clock, St. Mary Church, Hampden, Mass. IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Thomas P.

Ryder who passed away May 16, 1953. ANNIVERSARY MASS There will be an anniversary mass for the repose of the soul of Thomas P. Ruder Saturday, May 16, at 11 a. m. at St.

Francis Chapel. DIED ASSELIN-In this city, May a 13, Mrs. Alma (Richard) Asselin of 69 ham formerly of Indian Orchard. Funeral from the Ratell funeral home, Indian Orchard, Friday at 8.15 a. m.

followed by a requiem high mass in St. Aloysius Church at 9. Burial in St. Aloysius Cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday 7 to 10 p.

Thursday 2 to and 7 to 10 p. m. DAESSLER In Holyoke May 12, Oscar E. Baessler of 465 Hillside Ave. Funeral at the Alger funeral home, Holyoke, Friday afternoon at 2 p.

with Rev. Walter E. Menzel, ofciating. Burial in Forestdale Cemetery, Holyoke. Calling hours at the funeral home Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.

m. and Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Springfield, May 13, Mrs. Dorothy E.

(Rutka) Bilodeau of 103 Cochran Cnicopce Falls. Funeral services will be held at the Tylunas funeral home Saturday afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Rev. Robert C. Decker, pastor 05 the First Central Baptist will officiate assisted by Rev.

Merle R. Pimentel of Ipswich. Burial will be In Fairview Cemetery. Visiting hours Thursday, 7 to 9 p. m.

and Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m. Memorial contributions may be made to the First Central Baptist Church Christian Education Building Fund. -In Northampton, May 13, Sam L. Bolobanich of 12 Kingsley Haydenville, husband of Jeannette (Stefanski) Bolobanich.

Funeral Satur. day at 8.15 a. m. at Mansfield funeral home, Haydenville, with a high mass of requiem at 9 in St. Mary's Burial will be in St.

Mary's Cemetery, Leeds. Calling hours at the funeral home are Thursday 7 to 10 p. m. and Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.

-In Northampton, May 4, Napoleon J. Brechu, husband of Lena M. St. at the John O'Connell fu(Rochford) Brechu of 30 Summer Funeral neral home, Northampton, Saturday at with a requiem high mass at 9 8.15, in Sacred Heart Church. Burial in St.

I Mary's Cemetery, Leeds. Visiting hours ot the funeral home are Thursday from to 10 p. m. and Friday from 2 to 7 5 and 7 to 10. BUFFUM-In Westfield, May 14, Harold, T.

Buffum, 68, of 173 Bates hus-1 band of Mrs. Valida (Roberts) Funeral Saturday at 11 at FirtionHoilister funeral home, 29 School Westfield, with Rev. Arthur W. Newcomb of First Methodist Church officiating. Burial in Main Street Ceme- the funeral home Friday are 2 to 4 and tery, Easthampton.

Calling hours at 7 to 9 p. m. CANNEY -In Granby, May 12, Mrs. Bes. sie (Gridley) Canney of 103 College South Hadley.

Funeral at the Edward! F. Day funeral home, Holyoke, Friday at 1. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery, South Hadley. Callina hours 4 at and the funeral home Thursday from 2 to 7 to 9. DINAGEN -In the Hampden Nursing Home.

Joseph L. Dinagen, husband of Gertrude (Geoghean) Dinagen. Funerol from the Prata funeral home 1488 Westminster Providence, at a time to be announced. Calling hours are Wednesday from 7 to Thursday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. DOLAN -in Hartford, May 12, Thomas E.

Dolan of 4 Hillside Thompsonville, retired manager of the Allied Tobacco Company Plantation of Hazardville, husband of Emma (Trombly) Dolan. Funeral at Leete funeral home, 125 Pearl Thompsonville, Friday at 8.15 a. with a requiem high mass in St. Bernard's Church, Hazardville, at 9. Burial in St.

Bernard's Cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday, 7 to 9 p. m. and Thursday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.

DOOLAN-in Mercy Hospital, May 14, Miss Celia Doolan of 709 Carew St. Funeral at the Edward F. O'Donnell funeral home, 494 Chestnut St. Saturday, at 8 a. followed by requiem high mass in Our Lady of Hope Church, at 9.

Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Chicopee Falls Visiting hours Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Members of Our Lady of Hope Guild will meet at the funeral home Friday, at 8 p. to recite the rosary.

DUBUQUE In Palmer, May 12, Joseph Dubuque, 88, of Franklin Betchertown. Funeral from the George St. Pierre and Son funeral home, 576 State Springfield, Friday morning at 8, requiem high mass in the Holy Name Church at 9. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery.

Visiting hours Wednesday and Thursday from 7 to 10 p. m. DUCHARME-In Holyoke, May 14, Mrs. Loretta (Bernier) Ducharme of 38 East Court, Lyman Ter. Funeral at the Arthur J.

Brunelle funeral home, Hol. yoke, Monday at 8.15 with solemn requiem high mass in Perpetual Help Church at 9. Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery, South Hadley. Calilng hours at the funeral home Saturday and Sunday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10. DURAZZI -In this city, May 13, Mrs.

Regina (Tonelli) Tomassini) Durazzi, 76, of 316 Page wife of Luigi Durazzi. Funeral from F. M. Forastiere Son funeral home Friday at 8 a. followed by a solemn high mass of requiem in Mount Carmel Church at 9 0.

m. Buriol In St. Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Thursday. Mrs.

Mary L. Lefebre Mrs. Mary L. (Roberts) Le- febre, 63, of 127 Goodrich Winchendon, died Wednesday night in Winchendon Hospital. Among survivors is a daughter, Mrs.

Ann R. Webb of this city. Mrs. Ann R. Webb of this city.

The funeral will be Saturday at the LaDeau funeral home, Winchendon, in Immaculate Heart of Mary Church, Winchendon. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Winchendon. Leroy C. Cushman Leroy C. Cushinan, 79, formerly of this city, died Wednesday at Fish Memorial Hospital, DoLand, Fla.

After the death of his wife in 1962 in this city, he moved to DeLand to make his home with his son, Roger. a teacher at Stetson University. He retired in 1949. Mr. Cushman was a member of Faith Congregational Church.

He was in the field of life insurance most of his working years and was employed by the Massachusetts Mutual Lil Insurance Co. for 35 years. He was a past master of the Springfield Lodge of Masons and active in Scottish Rite a Order. Besides this son, he leaves one brother, Bert A. of East Longmeadow; one sister, Mrs.

Spencer Hopping of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, and two grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are in charge of the Dickinson-Streeter funeral home. Burial will be in Springfield Cemetery. Mrs. Ralph Gillett Mrs.

Gertrude A. (Fowler) Gillett, 10, of 14 Congress Westfield. died at Noble Hospital, Westfield. Wednesday. She was born in Acton Oct.

20, 1888. and was formerly a resident of Springfield. having moved Westfield two years ago. Mrs. Gillett WI.S a member of the Hobby Club and the Golden Age Springfield.

Besides her husband. Ralph Gillett. she leaves three sons, Arthur F. Guinden, and Earl A. Guinden, both of Springfield, and James A.

Guinden of Hartford, one daughter, Mrs. Joyce Baker East Longmeadow; er, Harry Fowler of Brockton: two sisters. Mrs. Ida Peterson and Mrs. Florence Maoili, hoth Brockton: 10 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be held at Byron's funeral home Saturday at 1.30 p. m. Canon John Atkins, formerly of Christ Church Cathedral, will officiate. will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 and 7 to p.

m. Lester C. Scott Lester C. Scott. 76, of 75 Windemere St.

died Wednesday at Springfield Hospital. was born in Leverett. March 10, 1888. and a resident of this city for 47 vears. He was a carpenter em-! ployed by the Springfield Park Department.

He was a World, War I veteran and a member of the Frank T. Farnham Barracks! DIED MAJOR -In Leeds, May 13, Mrs. Kather-! ine (Halloran) Major of 132 Warner Bay State, wife of Arthur A. The funeral will be at the Reynolds Northampton funeral home Saturday 8.15 a. with a requiem high moss in Burial Blessed will Sacrament Church at 9 a.

m. be in St. Mary's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral are Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.

O'KEEFE-In this city, May 13,. David J. O'Keete, of 231 Orange formerly of West Springfield, and hus-: band of Hazel (Thompson) O'Keefe. The funeral will be held at the Curran-Jones funerai home Saturday at 9 C. m.

followed by a solemn requiem high mass in Holy Name Church at a. m. Burial will be In St. Thomas Cemetery. Visiting hours are Thursday from 7 to 10 and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p.

m. O'NEILL In Holyoke, May 13, Miss Margaret O'Neill of 15 Longwood Ave. Funeral at the James P. Hobert Sons funeral home, Holyoke, Saturday at 9.15 with solemn requiem high mass in Blessed Sacrament Church at 9. Burial will be in St.

Jerome Cemetery, Hoiyoke. Hoiyoke, May 14, Mrs. Aurelia (Cantin) Rivest of 128 Beech St. Funeral at the Messier funeral home, Holyoke, Saturday at 10.30 with Help solemn Church requiem at high 11. mass Burial in will Perpetual Notre Dame Cemetery, South Hadley.

Calling hours at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9, ROBINSON-In this city, May 13, Mrs. Gertrude S. (Delarm) Robinson, 71, wife of Henry E. Robinson, 132 Bloomfield St. Funeral from the Hafey funeral home, 494 Belmont Saturday morning at 10.15.

Requiem high mass following at Holy Name Church, at 11. Burial in St. Michael's Cemetory. Friends may call tonight, 7 to 9, Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. SAWN- -in Springfield Hospital, May 12, Mildred (Champlin) Sawn of 6 Aubrey Lane, Thompsonville, former resident of Springfield, Mass.

Funeral from: the Thompsonville Methodist Church Friday at 1.30 p. m. Burial in Indian River Cemetery, Clinton, Conn. Visiting hours at the Leete funeral home, 125 Pearl Thompsonville, Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m.

-In Springfield, May 13, Lester C. Scott, of 75 Windemere St. Funeral services from the Byron Funeral home Saturday at 11 a. m. Burial in Oak Grove Cemetrey.

Calling hours are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. Friday. SPEAR In Amherst, May 14, Mrs. Ellen (Anderson) Spear, 69, of 83 Henry who was the caretaker of the Cushman School for 40 years. Funeral in the Wesley Methodist Church, Amherst, Saturday at 2 p.

m. Burial in North Amherst Cemetery. Friends may call at her late hone from 2 p. m. Friday to 10 a.

m. Saturday. The family requests thei flowers be omitted. The Douglass Funeral Home, 87 North Pleasant Amherst, iS in charge of arranyements. SITNIK-In Chicopee, May 12, Mrs.

belle M. (Pyzik) Sitnik, 59, of 211 Fairview Chicopee, beloved wife of William Sitnik. Funeral at the Cierpial memorial home, 61 Grape Saturday at 9 a. m. followed by a high mass of requiem in St.

Stanislaus Church at 10 a. m. Burial will be in St. Stanislaus Cometery. Visiting hours are Thursday and Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.

m. TEASE -In Agawam, May 14, Mrs. Alice C. (Haggerty) Tease, wife of the late Harry Tease of 37 Bridge St. and formerly of 701 Liberty Springfield.

Funeral from the Toomey funeral home Saturday at 9 a. followed by a requiem high mass at St. Thomas Church, at 10. Burial in St. Michael's Cemetery.

Visiting hours tonight, 7 to 10 p. Friday, 2 tp 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. 'WEBSTER-In South Hadley Falls, May 12, F. Herbert Webster of 86 Bardwell South Hadley Fails.

Funeral Friday at 2 p. m. at South Hadley Falls Congregational Church. Burial in Village Cemetery, South Hadley Falls. Calling hours at the funeral home Wednesday and Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.

m. ZARODKIEWICZ-In Wing Memorial Hospital, May 13th, Zarodkiewicz of 200 Main Three Rivers. Funeral at the George W. Motyka Son funeral home, 186 Main Three Rivers, Saturday at 8.15 a. m.

followed by a requiem high mass in Sts. Peter Paul Church at 9. Burial in St. Ann's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home Thursday 7 to 9, Friday 2 to and 7 to 9.

Suburban Deaths a requiem high mass at St. Thomas Church al 10. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 5 and 7 10 10 p.

m. Mrs. Henry E. Robinson Mrs. Gertrude S.

(Delarm) Robinson. 71. of 131 Bloomfield St. died Wednesday at a local nursing home. Born in Malone, N.

she had made her home here for the past 30 years. Mrs. Robinson was a member of the Rosary Altar Socicty of Holy Name Church. She leaves her husband, Henry E. Robinson; one son, Stanleys of New York City: William W.

Provost of Ludlow; one grandchild and several nieces nephews. The funeral will held at the Haicy funeral home Saturday at 10.15 a. 11. with A high mass in Holy Name Church at 11. Burial will be in St.

Michael's Cometery. The Rosary Altar Socicty will meet tonight at 7.30 at the funeral home for a recitation of the rosary. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Mrs.

Anna Kaminski Mrs. Anna (Kaleta) Kaminski, 83, of 60 Church died Thursday at the home of her daughter. Mrs. Mary Bowrys, with whom she made her home. Born.

in Poland March 12. 1881, she had lived here for the past 50 years. Mrs. Kaminski Alliance. Group 422 and member of the Polish Women's st bor of Our Lady of the Rosary Church.

Besides her daughter, she leaves one son. John Kaleta of Dudley: two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Karam of this city. and Mrs. Stephanie Wade of East Haven.

three sisters, Sophie Maziarz and Mrs. Agnes Balon, both of Wallingford, and Caroline Kudla in Poland: seven grandchildren, and 10 great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at the Springfield funeral home Saturday at 7 a. m. with: requiem high mass in Our Lady of the Rosary Church at S.

Burial will be in St. Stanislaus Cemetery, Chicopee. Visiting hours at the funeral home will be today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 m. DIED -In the Springfield Hospital, May 13, Mrs. Carmela (Pedone) Fiorentino, 60, of 490 Chestnut St.

The funeral will be held at the George B. Tazzini and Son funeral home Saturday at 8 o. m. followed by a requiem high mass at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church at 9.

Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours will be Thursday from 7 to 9 p. m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.

m. FLYNN-In Holyoke, May 12, Miss Nora A. Flynn of 598 Dwight Holyoke. Funeral at the John B. Shea home: Holyoke, Friday at 8.15 a.

with a solemn requiem mass in Patrick's Chapel, Holyoke, at 9. Burial! in Calvary Cemetery, Chicopee. Calling hours from Wednesday at 3 p. m. GETTO-In Holyoke, May 13, Mrs.

Mary 1. (Tobin) Getto of 7 Grocki Chicopee, wife of Frank A. Getto. Funeral at the Tylunas funeral home Saturday at 10 a. followed by a solemn high mass of requiem in Holy Name Church at 11.

Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. Visiting hours are Thursday and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p. m. GIERA In Chicopee, May 12, Henry Giera, 42, of 86 Carew Chicopce beloved husband of Mrs. Aniela! (Mckarowski) Giera.

Funeral Friday at 8 a. m. at the Cierpial memorial home, 69 East Chicopee Falls, with a requiem high mass in St. Stanislaus Church at 9. Burial in St.

Stanislaus Cemetery. Visiting hours, Wednesday and Thursday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. -In Westfield, the 13th, Mrs. Gertrude A.

(Fowler) Gillett, wife of Ralph Gillett of 14 Congress West-! field. Funeral from the Byron funeral home Saturday, at 1.30, with burial in Oak Grove Cemetery. Visiting hours Thursday, 7 to 9 p. Friday, 2 To and 7 to 9 p. m.

-In Agawam, May 13, Mrs. Anna (Madden) Gloster of 100 Thalia Feeding Hills, wife of Agawam Building Inspector James J. Gloster. The funeral will be held at the Agawam funeral home, 184 Main Saturday followed by a requiem high mass In Sacred Heart Church, Feeding Hills, at a time to be announced. Visiting hours are Thursday from 7 to 9 D.

m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 10 p. m. HARRIS-In Florence, May 13, Mrs. Amelia M.

(Samms) Harris, widow of Herbert A. Harris of 189 North Main St. Funeral services will be in St. John's Episcopal Church Saturday at 3 p. with Rev.

David R. Cochran, rector, officiating. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery, Florence Calling hours at the Charles R. Dutton funeral home are Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Holyoke, May 14, Mrs.

Mary W. (Zaskey) Kicpocki Helstowski of 61 Alvord South Hadley. Funeral at the Czelusniak funeral home, Holyoke, Saturday at 8.15 with solemn requiem high mass in Mater Dolorosa Church at 9. Burial will be in Mater Dolorosa Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home tonight and Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.

KAMINSKI In this city, May 14, Mrs. Anna (Kaleta) Kaminski of 60 Church widow of Joseph Kaminski. Funeral will be at the Spring field funeral home, 130 Carew Saturday at 7 a. m. with a high mass of requiem in Our Lady of the Rosary Church at 8.

Burial will be in St. Stanislaus Cemetery, Chicopee. Visiting hours are Friday, 2 to and 7 to 9 p. m. The rosary will be recited at the funeral home Friday at 8 p.

m. KRAUSE-In Springfield, May 13, Mr. Edwin 0. Krause of 100 Harmon Ave. husband of Madeline (Ballard) Krause.

Funera! services from the Byron funeral home, Friday at 3 p. m. Burial will be in Hillcrest Park Cemetery. There will be no calling hours. It is requested by the family that flowers be omitted.

LABATO-In Westfield, May 14, Frank A. Labato of 6 Crest Bondsville. Funeral at George W. Motyka Son funeral home, 186 Main Three Rivers, Saturday at 9.15 o. m.

with a requiem high mass in St. Adalbert's Church, Bondsvitle, at 10. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery, Northampton. Calling hours at the funeral home Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10.

LACOSTE- -In Holyoke May 12, Arthur Lacoste of 22 Leslie Willimansett. Funeral at Arthur J. Brunelle funeral home, Willimansett, Friday at 8.15 a. followed by a solemn high mass of requiem at 9 in Church of the Nativity, Willimansett. Burial in Notre Dame Cemetery, South Hadley.

Calling hours at the funeral home Wednesday and Thursday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. LaFLAMME -In Holyoke, May 13, Adelard J. LaFlamme of 33 Yvette Chicopce. Funeral at the C.

Blais Son funeral home, Holyoke, Saturday at 7.45 with requiem high mass in the Church of the Nativity, at 8.30. Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery, South Hadley Falls. LEARY-in this city, May 13, Mrs. Margaret A. (Ranney) Leary, wife of the late Arthur J.

Leary of 329 Central St. Funeral from the Hafey funeral home, 494 Belmont Ave. Friday mornIng at 8.15, followed by a requiem high mass in St. Michael's Cathedral at 9. Burial in St.

Jerome Cemetery, Holyoke. Friends may call 2 to 4 and to 10 p. m. Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 11 at Firtion-Hollister funeral home.

Napoleon J. Brechu, in Northampton Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 8.15 at John F. O'Connell funeral home. Mrs.

Stefan Helstowski of South Hadloy, in Holyoke Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 8.15 at Czclusniak funeral home, Holyoke. Mrs. Phillias Rivest, in Holyoke Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 10.30 at Messier funeral home.

Mrs. John Boropert of Lee. in Pittsfield Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 8.15 at 8 Circular Lee. Mrs.

Jules L. Ducharme, in Holyoke Thursday. Funeral Mon8.15 at Arthur J. Brunelle funeral home. Andrew Durejezyk.

in Adams Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 16 in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church. Frank A. Lahato of Palmer, in Westfield Thursday.

Funeral Saturday at 9.15 at George W. Moty ka Son funeral home, Palmer. Albert A. Laplante, formerly of Williamstown, in Newton Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at T.

J. Lyons funeral home, West Newton. Mrs. James Pagan, of Orange, in Miami. Wednesday.

Committal Saturday in Amherst. John J. Perry of Orange, in Greenfield Thursday. Funerali Saturday at 2 at Witty funeral home, Orange. Mrs.

Raymond W. Spear of Amherst, in Northampton Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 2 in Wesley Methodist Church, Amherst. Dawn Marie Walsh of Lake Pleasant, in Boston Thursday. Saturday at 8.30 at McCarthy funeral home, Turners Falls.

Mrs. Herbert A. Harris, in Northampton Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 3 in St. John's Episcopal Church.

John C. Johnson, in West Deerfield Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 2 at McCarthy funeral home, Deerfield. Lukaskiewicz, in Ware Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 18.30 at Cebula funeral home.

Harold T. Buffum, in Westfield 307, Veterans of World War I. He leaves four sons, Glenroy Austin and Dean H. all of this and Calvin a C. of West Springfield; seven daughters, Mrs.

Priscilla G. Roncalli, Mrs. Marion Sheldon, Louis Lemire, Mrs. Nancy Ottomaniello and Mrs. Carol Bordon, all of this city.

Mrs. Gladys, Bushey of Salem, Jennie Burrell of Brattleboro. 32 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held at Byron's funeral home Saturday at 11 a. m.

Rev. J. Allan Aardsma, pastor of the Faith Baptist Church of Palmer, will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Grove Cemetery. Visiting hours will be today The from Veterans 2 to of 4 and World 7 to 9 p.

m. War I will conduct a ritual tonight at 7 p. m. Mrs. Marion O'Connell I in She this lers fore nell, lived whom Misses JIrs.

Thursday. California; 71, that Falls in city she leaves of moving Marion She South and area for two a made Detroit to and was 15 son, and her attended died (Parsons) Pasedena. daughters, born Claire Detroit, in years. Harry, home, lived in schools Detroit! O'Con-1 O'Con- Cal. with Mil- she Re- the of nell; two brothers.

Charles sons of Falls and Harold Parsons of Millers Falls and sevcral nieces and nephews. Burial will be in South Pasedena, Cal. The funeral of Mrs. Mary E. Wray of 11 Crismer PI.

was held Thursday at Byron's funeral home with a requiem high mass in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Brian A. Boland was celebrant. A delegation from the Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Women's Club consisted of Mrs.

Jerry Baxter, Mrs. Louis V. Beauchemier, Mrs. Charles W. Brown, Mrs.

Albert A. violette, Mrs. James J. O'Brien, Mrs. Henry A.

Renaud and Mrs. Wilbur Dionne. Bearers were James Doyle, Paul Newton, Jack and Charles O'Malley and James and Charles Duggan. Burial was! St. Michael's Cemetery.

Rev. Gerald Lapcan read the committal prayers. The funeral of Mrs. Katherine Griffin of 726 Amostown West field, was held Thursday af the Toomey funeral home with solemn requiem high mass in St. Thomas Church.

Rt. Rev. Msgr. Harry J. Hackett was celebrant; Rev.

Edward M. Callahan, deacon; and Rev. Maurice B. Martin, subdeacon. An honorary dele.

gation representing the Brewers Union, Local 141, included Thomas Welch, Charles McCracken, William Rochovitz, Patrick Curran, Howard Regan and John Bowen. Also in attendance were Robert Moberly, general manager of the Hampden Brewery, Willimansett; Robert Domach, packaging ent; and William MacPherson, personnet manager. Bearers were Lawrence and Lorin Griffin, John Murray, Edward Miller, Daniel Molta and Dr. Thomasi Grace. Burial was in St.

Thomas ctery, West Springfield. Fr. Callahan read the committal proyers. The funeral of Mrs. Ruth Smith of 182 Talmadge Dr.

WaS held at Byron's funeral home Thursday. Rev. David Dean, pastor of Foster Memorial Chapel, officiated. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. The funeral of Dennis J.

Howard of Main was held Thursday at the Curran- Jones funeral home with a requiem high mass in St. Michael's dral. Rev. Raymond M. Lepire was celebrant.

Bearers were Howard and Neil McGrath, Kenneth and Floyd Ely, James Howard and Edward Kwiatkow. ski. Burial was in St. Michael's Cemetery. Rev.

Anthony J. Creane read the committal prayers. The funeral of Hugh U. Cox of 17 Amore Rd. was held Thursday at Byron's funeral home with a requiem high mass St.

Peter's Episcopal Church. Rev. Donald L. Garfield was celebrant. Representing the AFL-CIO International Union of Electrical Workers' Local 288 was Francis E.

LeClair and representing Monsanto Co. was M. Joseph Glancy. An honorary delegration of bearers consisted F. Williamson, Felix Jackson, Lawford Williams, Joseph N.

Buchanan, Albert Matthews, Cedric Brown, Herbert Russell, Timothy Bryant, Johnnie Neal, Alvin Green and William Morris. Bearers were Hugh Williams, George Beckford, River Dredging Outlook Bright, Solon Reports Boland and Conte Optimistic, Says Rep. Bernashe "We are extremely optimistic about an appropriation being made for the reoreational study of the Connecticut River from Hartford. to Rep. Roger, L.

Bernashe, (D- Chicopee), chairman of the Massachusetts Committee to Study the Problem of Dredging the Connecticut River, said last night. Roland Presides During a recent trip to Washington, D. eight members of the Massachusetts State Legislature and three special representatives of Gov. Peabody met with a House Appropriation subcommittee whose acting chairman was U. S.

Rep. Edward P. Boland. Springfield Democrat. full two-day visit.

We pieaded our case before the House Appropriations subcommittee and the Senate Appropriations said Rep. Bernashe. "'We met with Congressmen Boland and Conte (R-Pittsfiedl), and they both scemed enthusiastic and optimistic." The Army Engineers estimated the entire dredging would cost about $500.000. The federal government would pay 50 percont of this, and the remainder would he proportionately between Connecticut and Massachusetts, said Bernashe. Take Two Years would take about tun years to do the survey work.

The soundings of river can only be done at Incan low season." said Bernashe. "That means that $10.000 will be appropriated in Fiscal Year 1965 (begins July 1, 1964) and the remaining $35,000 during Fiscal Year 1966." After the survey is completed. and a plan and estimate of costs Weather Forecasts (By U. S. Weather Bureau) MASSACHUSETTS Cloudy today, chance few showers and cool east, and slow clearing west High temperature in the 50s east and 60s west.

Fair cool tonight with temperatures in the 40s. Saturday, fair warmer. NEW HAMPSHIRE. MONT-Fair north today. slow clearing south.

Not 60 cool. High temperature in the 60s. Fair cool tonight. tow ture in the 10s. Saturday fair warmer.

RHODE ISLAND -Cloudy to. day, chance A few showers. 60. Clearing fol. Cool, high temperature, near lowed by fair.

cool. Low tem. perature in the 40s. Saturday, fair warmer. MAINE Fair north and cloudy south today, followed clearing by late morning and early afternoon.

Not 50 cool. High temperature in the 60s. Fair cool tonight. Low temperature In south and 30s north. Saturday fair warner.

BOSTON AND VICINITYCloudy today, chance of show. ers and cool. High temperature in the 504. Clearing this evening. followed by fair cool.

Lane temperature in the 40s. Saturday, fair and warmer. EASTPORT TO BLOCK IS. LAND--Small craft warnings winds displayed. up to North 25 to northeast knots today.

Cloudy, chance showers south and slow clearing north. Visibility over 6 miles variable to 4 to 6 miles in showers south portion. TIDES--High tide at New London. this afternoon at 12.06; low tide at 6.25 this evening. William Bailey, Fred Gabbidon, Vincent Miller and Sidney Lyon.

Organist was Mrs. Marie G. Ford. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. 4.14 The funeral of Mrs.

Mary A. Cuff of 741 St. James Ave. was held Thursday at the State St. parlors of the T.

P. Sampson Co. with a solemn requiem high mass in St. Mary's Church, East Springfield. Rev.

John McNamara was celebrant; Rev. Frederick L. Heberle of Our Lady of Hope Church, deacon; and Rev. Francis X. Sullivan of St.

Patrick's Church, Chicopee Falls, subdeacon. Bearers were Francis D. and William E. Murphy, John C. Cuff, Themas F.

Norman W. Douglas and Gratton H. Rooney. Burial was in St. Michael's Cemetery.

Fr. McNamara read the committal prayers. The funeral of Mrs. Esther (Jackson) Richardson of Corliss Way, Easthampton. was held at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home Thursday afternoon.

Rev. C. Fraser Keirstead, pastor of First Con gregational Church, West Springfield, officiated. Burial was in Mt. Hope Cemetery.

Belchertown. Officers and members of Mt. Vernon Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, conducted the committal service at the grave. FREE BOX STORAGE at NEWAY Cleaners Big corrugated paper cartons are available at NEWAY ('LEANERS. Place the garments to he stored in a big carton and have the driver call for them.

or drop them off at our drivein window. Before storing, each garment is carefully cleaned and put into storage. After a summer of protective care your garments are fully pressed prior to delivery. You pay only for cleaning and pressing of each garment at regular prices. Phone NEWAY CLEANERS -RE 4-5900 or stop in at Walnut St.

1 at 6 Corners. MSPCC Directors Meet Here The board of directors of the Springfield District of the Massachusetts Society for the tion of Cruelty to Children held its final meeting of the season at the YWCA Wednesday. ro Keeney, the vice president of the group, center, said that the guest speaker, Robert M. Mulford, general secretary of the MSPCC, left, described the new research program of the agency and its public relations program. He also urged the members to write to Gov.

Peabody urging him to sign Senate bill number 644, the "battered child" bill. At right is Miss Elizabeth Harris, district executive of the MSPCC. given. the Massachusetts com-! mittee must file legislation to request funds. Bernashe said.

"Wrile conducting its survey along the banks of the Connecti-1 cut. Corp sof Engineers will ask the communities bordering the river what they need for fill." he said. "The engineers must dispose of the fill." Hartford to Holyoke deep channel in the Connecticut River from Hartford to Holyoke to be used solely for recreational purposes. Diembers of the Legislature who attended were Son. Stanley Zarod (D- Indian Orchard) and Sen.

Paul Benoit (D-Southbridge) and Reps. Roger L. Bernashe Charles Bi bee. Jr. R-Chesterfield.

David M. Bartley and Stephen T. Kulig Chi Chmura, both Holyoke Democrats. and Anthony Scibelli, Springfield Democrat. Representing the governor Alan Rich of Springfield, comAlan Rich of Springfield Yacht Club: John Kacmarski of Indian The survey was authorized by Congress in 1947 but never carried out because of lack of funds.

plan is to dredge a six-foot- Orchard; and John Bowler of Hoiyoke. who also spoke for the state Division of Motor Boats. Rep. Emilio Q. Daddario.

Connecticut Democrat. and State Rep. James Hartnett of Windsor. also testified in favor of the study. Two Carlisle Stores to Close Carlisles announced officially Thursday it will close its Main St.

and Tapley St. stores. Operation of the company's downtown hardware, power tool. lawn garden side departments. paint, sporting, goods.

ski and all at the Bridge annex. will continue, the announcement said. The Sixteen Acres also will continue. H. B.

Pearl, Carlisles president and chairman of the board of 0. W. Siebert the parent company, was not available for comment on the closwastings. He was reported "in conference" all day at the Main St. Carlisle headquarters.

The Carlisles announcement' OUR LAURIENTE 3rd Generation NURSERIES GARDEN 464 MAIN AGAWAM, If you want and need the best, Come in do The Rest! GERANIUMS IMPROVED RICARD IVY GERANIUMS WHITE Enchantress Pot MADE ORDER TO 'FROM 150 FOTS I AGERATUM From Cuttings Riverside and 3" Magnolia Beauty Pot 12 For The Price of 10 PETUNIAS From Seed Red White Blue Pink Pot Purple Striped Colors WAX-BAGONIAS Pot 3" TUBEROUS Ass't $125 6" BEGONIAS Colors Pots DOUBLE AND SINGLE FLOWERING FUCHSIA Pot 8 MIXED CEMETERY POTS said that all merchandise at th Main and Taploy St. stores woul be sold at reduced prices. A. store fixtures. office equipment warehouse and delivery equip ment at the two locations will offered for sale.

The real estate at 154S Mai St. and 90 Tapley St. will offered for sale or lease, th announcement said. FOLDING CARTONS SUPERINTENDENT The fastest growing most modern plant in the industry. Fine opportunity litho fully diversified finishing.

Heavy in people and print. ing preferably. Write reasons for your interest along with experience and expected salary. Universal Packaging Corporation, Bow, New Hampshire, Mr. Frank Bood.

ro, Resident Manager. A COCHUS, MNA ANION MART Off South 1 Mile Route End From Bridge RE 3-8192 and Let Lauriente Nurseries Ass't ANNUALS: ALYSSUM BALSAM CARNATIONS MARIGOLDS PHLOX SALVIA SNAPDRAGON ZINNIAS And Many More Varieties To Choose From. 1-DZ. GROW PAKS POTTED ROSES Everblooming COMMON PATENTED FLORIBUNDA CLIMBING ASS'T. COLORS AND VARIETIES FREE PLANTING ESTIMATES FROM OUR QUALIFIED STAFF O'1 FOUNDATION AND BORDER PLANTINGS CALL RE: 3-8192 OPEN MON.

TO FRI. 8 A.M.-8 P.M. SAT. SUN. 8-5.

The Morning Union from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

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