The Morning Union from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

THE SPRINGFIELD UNION, SPRINGFIELD. FRIDAY. JANUARY 20. 1967 Suburban Deaths DEATHS, FUNERALS Funeral Saturday For Frank Woodhead The funeral of Frank W. (T'oodhead of 11 Power Endlow, who was killed Wednesday while working on car at Stony Hill Atlantic Station, Wil-1 of which he was coowner, will be held at funeral home Saturday at 9 a.

m. with A requiem high mass in St. Cecelia's Church, Wilbraham, at 10. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery.

Visiting hours funeral home are today from 2 4 and to 10 p. m. Mr. Woodhead was born in city, July 2. 1937, son of Philip A.

and Virginia (Bailey) Woodhead. Ile moved to low four years ago. He to local schools, was graduated Technical High School in and attended Western New England College. Besides his parents, of this he leaves his wife, Mrs. M.

(Rowley) Wondhead; a son, Jay W. and a daughter, -Lisa Marie, both at home. Jamies U. Hartford James U. Hartford, 75.

of 649 Bradley a World War I vetCeran, died Wednesday night in Administration Newington, Conn. He was born in Agawam. Dec. 23. 1891, of the late Frank and nora (Streeter) Hartford, and Shad lived in this city for the past years.

During World War he served overseas with the 4 104th Ambulance Company. He returned to this city and was by the Post Office. For many years he was a downtown parcel post carrier. In years he served as a mail clerk in the Post Office. Mr.

Hartford was a member of cal 497-8 of the U-ited Federation of Postaon Carriers, and American 21. He also belonged to Frank T. Farnham Barracks 307 of the Veterans of World War I. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Anna M.

(Sal-! mon) Hartford: a stepdaughter, George T. Kelley of this and a stepson, Walter H. Lavery of Los Angeles, Cal. The funeral will be held at State St. Draths CALKINS At Deerfield Beach, Jan.

17, Norman H. Calkins, formerly of Springfield, son of William H. and Margaret (Hayward) Calkins. Funeral at the Dickinson-Streeter funeral home, 305 State Friday at 1.30 p. m.

with organ prelude at 1. Buriol In Springfield Cemetery. No calling hours. FLEMING In Holyoke Jan. 19, Mrs.

Morie (McCarthy) Fleming, 55, of 49 Lowndale widow of Arthur A. Fleming. Funeral from the Hafey tuneral home. 494 Belmont Saturday morning at 11.15 tollowed by a requiem high mass in Holy Name Church of 12. Burial in Calvary Cemetery, Holyoke.

Friends may call tonight 7 to 9 and Friday 2 to and 7 to 9 p. m. FRISBIE In Westfield, Jon. 18. MArs.

Frances (Barnes) Frisbie, 37, of Green Ave. Funeral will be Saturday of 2 at the FirtionHollister funeral home with Rev. Earl A. Whetley, curate of the Episcopoi Church of the Atonement officiating. Burtal will be In Pine Hill Cemetery.

Calling hours of the funeral home Friday 2 to 4 ond 7 to 7 p. m. GREELEY In Holyoke, Jan. 19, Miss Mary W. Greeley of 189 Franklin St.

Funeral at Dillon funeral home, Holyoke, Saturday at 8.15 a. m. with solemn requiem high mass in St. Patrick's Chapel ot 9. Burial will be in St.

Jerome Cemetery. Calling hours of the funeral home, Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. HALLIGAN In this city, Jan. 19, Miss Alice L.

Halligan 49 Northampton Ave. Memorial services at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home, 305-307 State Springfield. Monday at 3 p. m. with an organ pretude 2.30.

No calling hours. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Internationat College Scholarship Fund. HARTFORD In the Newington, Veteron3 Administration Hospital, Jan. 18, James U. Hartford, retired postal clerk, and veteran of World War husband of Anna (Salmon) Hartford.

Funeral from the State St. parlors of the T. P. Sampson Co. Saturday morning at 9.

followed by a requiem high mass in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church at 10. Burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours 7 to 9 p. m.

Thursday. 2 to and 7 to 9 p. m. Friday. IRRER.I In this city, Jon.

18, Placido Irrero. 90. formerly of Belmont PI. Funeral at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home, 305 State Saturday at 8 0. m.

with requiem high mass in Mt. Carmel Church at 8 45 Burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.

LANZA In Holyoke, Jan. 19, Mrs. Corinna (Gibello) Lanza of 67 Harris South Hadley. Funeral at the John B. Shea funeral home, Holyoke.

Saturday at 8.15 a. m. with solemn requiem high mass In St. Theresa's Church, South Hadley of 9. Burial will be in St.

Jerome Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home. Friday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. LUCES In Westfield, Jan.

18. Peter Luces of 11 Ashley St. Funeral Saturday at 8 0. m. at Robert E.

Cusack tunerol home, 94 Main Westfleid, with a requiem high mass of in St. Cosimir's Church. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home are Thursday from 7 to 9 p.

m. and Friday from 2 to 4 and 7 ta 9 p. m. of T. P.

Sampson Co. Saturday at m. with a requiem high mass in Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Church at 10. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery.

Visiting hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Mrs. Arthur A. Fleming Drs.

Marie (McCarthy) Fleming, 55, of 49 Lawndale died Thursday in Providence Hospital, Holyoke. She was born in Holyoke, Dec. 14. 1911, daughter of Sirs. Kathryn (Flynn) McCarthy and Charles E.

McCarthy, who died Nov. 25, 1966. She had lived in this city all of her life. Since 1960, she was employed. in the claims department of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.

Her husband was Arthur A. Fleming, who died July 26, 1963. Drs. was a communicant of Holy Name Church and 3. member of the Rosary Altar Society of that church.

Besides her mother, she leaves a son, Arthur T. of this city; two daughters, Mrs. Robert Stearns of Ridgefield, and Miss Andrea M. Fleming of this city; and four grandchildren. The funeral will be held at Hafey funeral home Saturday at 11.15 a.

m. with a requiem high mass in Holy Name Church at 12. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery, Holyoke. Visiting hours are today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 Dry. Colburn H.

Scott Mrs. Etta M. (Walmsley) Scott, 75, of 67 Reed Agawam, died Thursday in a local nursing home. She was born in Wollaston, Jan. 18, 1892, daughter of the late William and Julia (Gallagher) Walmsley and lived in Agawam for 40 years.

She was a member of St. John the Evangelist Church in Agawam. She was the widow of Dr. burn H. Scott, a well-known West Springfield dentist who died Sept.

27, 1952.0 She leaves several nieces and nephews. in the Boston area. The will be held at Curran Jones funeral home. Saturday at 9 a. m.

with a requiem high mass in St. John the Evangelist Church at 10. Burial will be in Lakeview Cemetery, Cochituate. Visiting hours at the funeral home are today from 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m.

Placido Irrera Placido Irrera, 90, formerly Belmont died Wednesday in a local nursing home. He was born in Italy, May 15, 1375. son of the late Placido and Mary (Pagliaro) Irrera and lived in this city for several years. He leaves a son, John. The funeral will be held at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home, Saturday at 8 a.

m. with a requiem high in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church at 8.45. Burial will be in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours at the funeral home are today from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 p.

m. Mrs. Patrick J. Sullivan Mrs. Margaret (Walsh) Sullivan, 74, of 22 Desrosiers St.

Deaths MILLER Springfield, Jan. 18, Vaughan W. Miller, 79, ot 69 Merrimac Springfield, husband of Mrs. Mary E. (Thomas) Miller.

FUneral from the Dalton funeral home, Agawom, Saturday at 8 o. m. followed by a high mass of requiem in St. 'John the Evangelist Church, Agawam at 9. Burial in ST.

Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. MORGAN In Chicopee, Jan. 18, Mrs. Florence M.

(Constant) Morgan of 78 Monroe Chicopee, wife of James C. Morgan. Funeral Saturday at 9 a. m. of the Tylunas funeral home with a solemn requiem high mass in St.

Patrick's Cemetery. Visiting hours, Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p. m. O'BRIEN In Easthampton, Jan. 78, William P.

O'Brien, husband of Ruth (Foster) O'Brien of 1 Lexington Northampton. Funeral Friday at the George F. Reynolds funeral home, Northampton. Buriol in St. Mary's Cemetery, Northampton.

There are no calling hours. SOBON In Springfield, Jan. 19. Mrs. Bronislowo (Grudzienski) Sobon, 73, of 75 Wheatland Chicopee Falls, wife of Stanislaw Sobon.

Funeral Saturday at 8 a. m. at the Tylunos funeral home. Requiem mass at 9 in Stanislaus Church. Burial in St.

Stanislaus Cemetery. Visiting hours Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. SCOTT in Agawam, Jan. 19, Mrs.

Etta M. (Walmsley) Scott of 67 Reed widow of Dr. Coiburn H. Scott. Funeral at Curran-Jones funeral home, Saturday at 9 a.

m. with requiem high mass in St. John the Evangelist Church at 10. Burial in Lakeview Cemetery, Cochituate. Visiting hours Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 10 p.

m. SULLIVAN In the Mercy Hospital, Jan. 18, Edward D. Sullivan of 59 Federal beloved husband of Dorothy E. (O'Neil) Sullivan.

Funeral from the State St. parlors of the T. P. Sampson Co. Saturday morning of 8, followed by a solemn high mass of requiem in St.

Michael's Cattedral at 9. Burial will be in St. Michoel's Cemetery. Visting hours 2 to 4, 7 to 9 p. rn.

Thursday and Friday. Out of respect to RAOUL J. VEZINA our beloved father and founder of LIBERTY HIGHTS PHARMACY Ire will be closed Friday until 3 P.M. The family For Edmunites From Area Will Attend Chapter Four Western Massachusetts Edmundites will be among 11 from New England to attend a forthcoming extraordinary general chapter of the Society of St. Edmund.

Named to the general preparatory commission were Revs. Francis X. Gokey and Geoffrey Keating, both of Springfield; Rev. Ralph F. Linnehan of Pittsfield and Rev.

Francis F. Moriarty of Holyoke. The Society of St. Edmund is active in education, mis. sionary, parish and youth work and conducts St.

Michael's College, Winooski Park, Vt. Employee Wins Florida Trip The first quarterly award winner in a new employce recognition program set up Hamilton Standard has received an all-expenses-paid trip this country's spaceport Cape Kennedy, Fla. Carl E. Callahan, an sembler from Westfield, his wife, Lorraine, were guests of Hamilton Standard on trip. The couple, escorted by a guide from National Aeronautics Space Administration, toured the gaint space center and witnessed the launching of communications satellite.

A Hamilton Standard ployce for 10 years, Callahan won the first quarterly merit award for taking action resulted the reexamination and replacement of purchased parts that did not meet speclifications. He was one of monthly merit recipients who were eligible for the quarterly award. Hamilton Standard, a division of United Aircraft tablished its merit program last October to recognize the and outstanding achievements' ideas of its employees. An employee's proposal or idea can be entered for the merit award by the employee himself or his superivisor. Macky Langlois, 20, of Echo died Wednesday morning at her home.

She was born in Springficid. Jan. 30, 1946, daughter Mrs. Gertrude Lowe Langlois and the late Robert Langlois, and had lived this area the past eight years. She was a member the Vernon Congregational Church, graduate of Rockville High School and attended ford College for Women.

Besides her mother, she leaves one brother, Donald, at home. her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E.

Lowe of Yoba City, Cal. Several paternal relatives live Springfield. Funeral will today at 1 p. m. Ladd funeral home, 13 Rockville.

Rev. John A. Lacey, pastor First Congregational Church of Vernon, will officiate. Buriwill be in Hillcrest Park Cemeteryino Springfield, may Alass. send contributions to the memorial fund at Vernon First Congre.

gational Church. The funeral of Philip S. Bolton, formerly of 77 School was held Thursday at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home. Rev. F.

Von Parker, associate pastor South Congregational Church, officiated. Burial was in Hilicrest Pork Cernetery. The funeral of Mrs. Laura F. (Blackmer) Bartlett of 3371 Main St.

was held Thursday ot Dickinson-Streeter neral home. Rev. Maud E. Taft officiated. Burial was in Hillcrest Park Cemetery.

The funeral of Charles T. Shean, 2d, Victoria Hotel was held Thursday Byron funeral home. Rev. H. Hughes Wagner, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, officiated.

Burial was in Hillcrest Park Cemetery. The funeral of Henry A. Morganstern 28 Conklin St. was held Thursday Frederick Harris Chapel of Hope Congreaational Church. Rev.

Charles W. Barnes officiated. Bearers were Howard Suiter, Irwin Merriam, Albert Treat, Emil Morrissette, Thomas Bruso and Neil Merchant. Burial was in Hillcrest Park Cemetery. The funeral of Mrs.

Lena (Batchelder) Wells of 52 Notch Granby, held Thursday at aren funeral home with Rev. Charles L. McEachern, apstor of Church in the Acres, Batpist, officiating, assisted by Rev. Ralph M. Cook, of First Congregational Church, Granby and Rev.

Eric Peyser of Trinity Lutheran Church. Bearers were Charles Francis S. and Ronald B. Macaulay, M. Paul Wells, Harold A.

Phillips and Joseph Darling. Burial was in Oak Grove Cemetery. In Memoriam NOTHE In loving memory of our son year ago today a Jan. 20, 1966. Robert F.

Nothe who died one Death is a heartache no one can heal, Beautiful memories are all we have left, Of a wonderful son brother never forget Sadly missed by mother and tather, Mr. and Mrs. Walter H. Nothe and sisters Betty, Barbora, Laurie; and brothers William, Phillip and David; relatives and friends. DUSTIN In loving memory of Linda Dustin, who passed away Jan.

19, 1966. "My dearest daughter in our hearts, your memory lingers; memary brings tears and sorrow. Your gentle face--your smiling eyes, Never more to see. Only memories to break my heart: You were so good to US--Never to hear your voice again, saying, I'm home from school, Mom; For Our Lord and Master chose to take you from US; To His home that lies beyond one year ago today." Sadly missed by your parents and sisters. Jane, Pomelo and North Main Palmer, Mass.

His Excellency Turns Drumbeater (Associated Press Wirephoto) Massachusetts Gov. John A. Volpe beats out rhythm on drums at a party in Washington Thursday night attended by some members of the Massachusetts congressional delegation. Spectators are unidentified. Gov.

Volpe wears a medical collar on account of a pinched nerve in his neck. Expressions of Regret Follow Educator's Death The sudden death of L. Halligan, retired Springfield educator and ministrator, Thursday drew comments from a number leaders who worked closely with her over the years. Mayor Charles V. Ryan, said: "I am terribly sorry to learn of the passir.g of Alice Halligan.

She was for many years of the great leaders of tion in Springfield. Her ability and kindness won many friends over an outstandeling career. We will miss very much." Paul F. Craig, president the Springfield Adult Education Council ard retired managing editor of The Springfield Union, commented: "I think Alice Halligan was one of the best citizenSpringfield has ever had. As 31 teacher, as an intluential official of the public school system, as a quiet but tireless and efficient worker for countless good public causes.

she contributed far more than most to the welfare of community. She had remarkably good judgment. and by her strong but unobtrusive personality she was able to evert an unusually effootive but often unsuspected influence for good in many directions. "I knew her best as the founder of the Springfield Adult Education Council, in which I have been one of her associates for more than 30 years. Although she would not take an office in the council she was always its guiding genius, serving from the beginning AS member of the executive committee of the program committee.

ery one of the many community projects the council has carried through nated with Alice Halligan. She will be sorely missed in this city which she served 50 well and so long." John Robinson, chairman the board of trustees at American International College said Thursday, "Alice Halligan was one of the loveliest ladies it has been my good fortune to know. Her long time service as a trustee of Americar. tional College was marked by great distinction and great dedication." Mrs. Mary M.

Lynch, vicechairman of the School Committec commented, "It is a regret that I hear this. In the years that I have worked with her I would say that she was one of the greatest assets that School Department has ever known. She was an irstitution in herself." Dr. William J. Sanders.

former perintendent of Springfield schools, who had worked very closely with Mlis Halligan said, "Under her. leadership Springfield has developed the greatest adult education program in the country. She cultivated a system of pupil services Card of Thanks MENCARONI We wish to thank all our relatives, friends and neighbors for the kindness and sympathy shown US during our recent bereavement. The Mass cards, floral bouquets, personal visits and every act of kindness was deeply appreciated by the family of the late Umberto A. Mencaroni.

Weather Forecasts Mrs. Charles N. Westfield Wednesday. Frishie. Saturday at 2 at Firtion-HollisIter funeral home.

Mrs. Stanislaw Sobon of opec, in Springfield Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 8 at Tylunas funeral home, Chicopee. John Wasik, in (stfield Thursday. Funeral Saturday at at John V.

funeral home. Edwin Beckett of Stockbridge, Hartford, Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 2 in St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Stockbridge. Mrs.

F.rnest L. Collins, in yoke Thursday. Funeral Saturday at 11 in St. Paul's Church. Gilbert J.

Drauseault, in South Hadley Falls Thursday. neral Monday 2 at Edward F. Day funeral home, Holyoke. Miss Mary W. Greeley, in yoke Thursday.

Funeral Saturday at 8.15 at Dillon funeral home. Clarence F. Hodg-on, in land Thursday. Funeral Sunday at 2 at Williams funeral home, Southbridge. Mrs.

Alfred E. Johnson, Greenfield Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 2 in Second Congregational Church. Mrs. Edward Lanza of South Hadley, in Holyoke Thursday.

Funeral Saturday at at John B. Shea funeral home, Holyoke. Michael Lopardo of North ams, in Williamstown Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 10 St. Anthony's Church, North ams.

Mrs. James C. Morgan, Chicopee Wednesday. Funeral Saturday at 9 at Tylunas funeral home. Albert Morris-ette, in Holyoke Thursday.

Funeral Saurday at Messier funeral home. Mrs. Raymond Tatro, in Brimfield Thursday. Funeral at 8 at Palmer Funeral Service. Mrs.

James Walkinshaw Russell. in Westfield. Thursday. Funeral Saturday at. 3 at Healey funeral home, Westfield.

died Wednesday at her home. She was born in Ballin Loughig, County Kerry, Ireland, Aug. 13, 1892, daughter of the late Walsh. was the Michael sand Bridget (Gloster) Patrick J. Sullivan.

She had lived in this city for the past 55 years. Mrs. Sullivan was member of Sacred Heart Church. She leaves son, John at home; one daughter, Miss Rose M. Sullivan home: three brothers, Thomas of Springfield and James and Patrick, in Ireland; one sister, Helen Walsh of Springfield; one grandchild and sevferal nieces and nephews.

The funeral will be held at Edward F. O'Donnell funeral home Saturday at 8.15 a. m. with a solemn requiem high mass in cred Heart Church at 9. Burial will be in St.

Michael's tery. Visiting hours at the neral home are today from 2 to and 7 to 10 p. m. Miss Gail M. Langlois VERNON, Conn.

Miss Gail Deaths SULLIVAN In this city, Jan. 13, Mrs. Marparet (Walsh) Sullivan, wife of the late Patrick J. Sullivan of 22 Desrosiers St. Funeral at Edward F.

O'Donnell funeral home, 494 Chestnut St. Saturday at 8.15 a. m. followed by solemn requiem high mass in Sacred Heart Church at 9. Burial in St.

Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours Thursday, 7 to 10 P. m. and day, 2 to 4 and to 10 p. m.

TATRO In Brimfield, Jon. 19, Mrs. Margaret (O'Connor) Tatro, wife of Raymond Tatro. Funeral from Palmer Funeral Service, Saturday at 8 a. m.

followed by a requiem high mass at 9 in St. Christopher's Church, Brimfield. Burial in Brimtield Cemetery. Calling hours Friday, 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 p. m.

THERRIEN in this city, Jan. 18, Mrs. Celina (Brochu) Therrien, of 938 St. James widow Clement Therrien. Funeral from the George St.

Pierre and Son funeral home, 7 Chopin Friday morning at 9.15, with a requiem high mass in St. Thomas Aquinas Church ot 10. Burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours, Thursday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.

m. VEZINA In this city, Jan. 17, Raoul J. Vezina of 11 Stockman St. Funeral at Byron funeral home Friday morning at 8 a.

m. followed by a solemn high mass of requiem at St. Thomas Aquinas Church at 9 a. m. Burial will be in St.

Michael's Cemetery. Visiting hours Wednesday to 9 p. Thursday 2 to 4, 7 to 9 p. m. It is requested by the tamily that flowers be omitted and contributions be made to the charity of the donor's choice.

WALKINSHAW in Westfield, Jan. 19, Mrs. Margaret (Stewart) Walkinshaw of Main Russell, widow of James Walkinshaw. Funeral at Healey funeral home, Westfield, Saturday at 3 D. m.

Burial in Russell Cemetery. Calling hours Friday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. WASIK In Westfield, Jan.

19, John Wasik, 79, of 362 Montgomery husband of Mrs. Maria (Jozefiak) Wasik. Funeral Saturday at 8.30 a. m. at the John V.

Czelusniak funeral home, 349 Elm Westfield, with a solemn requiem high mass at 9 In Holy Trinity Church. Burial in St. Mary's Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home Friday are 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p. m.

WOODHEAD In Wilbraham. Jan. 18, Frank W. Woodhcad, of 11 Power Ludlow, husband of Jcon Marie (Rowley). Funeral from the Hotey funeral home, 494 Belmont Saturday morning at 9, followed by a requiem high mass In St.

Cecilia's Church at 10. Burial in St. Michael's Cemetery. Friends may call Thursday 7 to 10 and Friday 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p. m.

the Springfield Public Forums." Many Honors Other Springfield organizations which honored her were the Quota Club, the Urban League, tne Probus Club, and the B'nai B'rith. In 1959 the Mount Holyoke Alumnae Association awarded her the alumnae medal of honor for her outstanding services to the college and in behalf of public education. Miss Halligan was born in Shelburne Falls in 1893, the daughter of John Austin and Harriet (All ard) She was educated in the lic schools of Shelburne Falls, was graduated from Mount, Holyoke College in 1909, and received a master's degree from Mount Holyoke in 1918. Taught at Commerce After graduation she taught, for a time in Willimantic, Conn. She was appointed a social studies teacher in the High School of Commerce in 1915.

Supt. Granrud named her chairman of a committee to work out a program for democratic cultural relations training in the schools in 1938. Next came her to the field of guidance and adult education as assistant I supervisor in 1941. she was named director of the Burcau of Pupil Services. She retired from her position in.

April 1960 but continued to be active in civil affairs. An inscribed scroll was presented to her by the dents and staff of the Evening Adult Trade and Practical Art School, and later that she received a certificate of merit from the Adult Education Association of Massachusetts. AC Trustee She had held memberships on several important committees of the National Adult Education Association; had been secretary of the Education Council, and was a member of the Springfield committee of the Massachusetts Committee against Discrimination. In 1951 she was appointed a Committee member of and the in Dexter 1953 Fundla w'as made a trustee of American International College. She was also a member of the Barr Schmlarship Committee and a trustee of Bay Path Junior College.

She was head of the Citizenship, 1941; a Committee past of vice-president Springfield of the Springfield College Club; a meber of board of directors of Mount Holyoke Alumnae Association; and at one time chairman of the hoard of the Mount Holyoke Quarterincluded 1110 Springfield Womly. Additional club affiliations en's Club, the Colony Club, and the League of Women abede abode abcde abc Voters. Funeral Monday Miss Halligan leaves no near relatives. A memorial service will bel held at Dickinson-Streeter funeral home Monday at 3 with an organ prelude at 2.30. Rev.

George J. W. Pennington, pastor of First Unitarian Universalist Church. will officiate. There will be no visiting hours.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American International College scholarship fund. ROBBERY, KIDNAPPING URBANA, la. (CPI) -A woman cashier was abducted during a savings bank holdup Thursday and released unharmed by her captor a few hours after the robbery. A spokesman for the Urbana Savings Bank said the bandit escaped with more than $8000. By U.

S. Weather Bureau Fair and todav, high tentMASSACHUSETTSIRHODE ISLANDperature near 30. Fair tonight and colder inland. low temperature near 20 coast and 10 to 15 interior. Saturday, fair and a little warmer.

CONNECTICUT--Partly sunny and not so cold today with the high in the upper 20s or low 30s. Fair and seasonably cold tonight with the low in the teens or low 20s. Saturday fair and milder. NEW HAMPSHIRE, VERMONT- Fair and not so cold, today, high ture near 20 north and middle 20s south. Fair ond cold tonight, low temperature zero to five below north and zero to 10 above south.

Saturday, fair and 0 little warmer. BOSTON AND VICINITY -Fair and not so cold today, high temperature near 30. Tonight, fair, colder interior, low temperature near 20 coast and teens inland. urday, fair and a little warmer. MAINE Some cloudiness early this morning followed by tair and not so cold, high temperature 15 10 20 north and 20 to 25 south.

Fair and cold tonight. low temperature zero to 10 below north and zero to five above south. Saturday, fair and a little warmer. EASTPORT TO BLOCK ISLAND TOday, winds becoming westerly around 15 knots. Some cloudiness early morning followed by fair with visibility over six miles.

TIDES -High tides at New London, will be this morning ot 4.24 and afternoon at 48; low tides, this morning at 11.18 and tonight ot 11.06. New Haven Sees Merger Easing Freight Problem p. m. which was far in advance. Her experimentation in the fields of education led her to becoming nationally recognized.

It is d. great sorrow that I learn of her passing." Frederick B. Robinson, vicepresident of the Springfield Adult Education Cour.cil, who worked with Miss Halligan for period of time when she educa-served as director of this expressed his sorrow by saying, "Springfield lost one of its most citizens; not only in but ir. public relations. She aidled the youth and adult alike eland was a very fine woman." Dr.

Alice B. Beal, deputy superintendent of schools, remarked that Miss Halligan an "outstanding leader in the field of adult education and pupil services. She was tionally known and was 10 receive recognition for her part in the Springfield Plan. She Ivas a very fine person." Miss Halligan Continued From Page 1 made on intercultural relations in the schuols was before New Jersey Association State Teachers Colleges in lantic City in 1941. She stressed the intercultural problems which were involved in the change of the country from agricultural to an industrial economy and outlined the way's in which educators in Springfield and other were striving to meet these problems.

Achieved National Renown Miss Halligan's zeal and reclord of achievement in the field of adult education and in guidlance and brought her placement work programs national attention She was chosen by the National Education Association as one of two New England educators 10 survey adult education in Baltimore, to gather data from which recommendations could worked out that would benefit not only Baltimore but communities throughout the country. Since 1911, when she became essistant supervisor of the Bureau of Guidance, Placement and Adult Education, she had been a leader in promoting notably efficient programs for thousands of young people who sought guidance and ment after graduation and also an outstanding figure keeping Springfield's adult edlucaton programs abreast with the times. Miss Halligan expanded her scope of activity in cultural programs and democratic cedures in numerous ways outside of her school activities. She promoted interest in cratic processes by working through adult circles, PTA chapters, women's clubs, and other associations. She coopcrated closely with the Adult Education Council in its various activitics.

Among the services to the community with which she was credited when she was awarded the Pynchon medal in 1948 by the Advertising Club of Springfield was "great contribution in the development of Anniversary Masa McCARTHY There will be a month's mind mass for the repose of the soul of Jeremioh J. McCarthy on Saturday, January 21, at 7 o'clock at Holy Family Church. NEW YORK The operating officer of the bankrupt New Haven Railroad Thursday that inclusion of carrier in the proposed merger of the Pennsylvania and Central Railmads would greatly ease one of its most vexing problems, one-way freight. "Terminal" Railroad Frederick J. Orner, Senior of the New Haven, referred to the one-way character of most freight movements that make road, more than any other Eastern rail system, a railroad.

In formal testimony at fourth day of an Interstate Commerce Commission hearing he added to argument favoring sale of the New Haven to the projected Penn Central, an idea already blessed by commission. Questioned after the hearing was adjourned to 9.30 a. today, Orner said he was not a position to estimate the savwhich would result from linking the New Haven in vast system including the Penn Central and extending across the northeastern United States. However, he expressed a conviction that the greatly expanded system would work advantageously by reducing the number of shipments requiring use of "foreign' 'line cars. Spindel Freed Of Theft of Phone Material Bernard B.

Spindel, New York electronics, and wiretapping was convicted in April of wiretapping at Hampden County Superior Court, was cleared this week of charges of stealing telephone company equipment. The New York Telephone Co. had led state police to stu-Spindel's arrest, claiming that several pieces of electronic equipment found in his Brewster, N. Y. home were stolen from the company.

Spindel answered, evidently to the satisfaction of a New York justice of the peace, that he had bought the equipment in the store of a distributor of surplus equipment. On April 2S, 1966, Spindel was convicted by a Hampden County Superior Court jury of wiretapping at the Alamac Knitting Mills in Indian Orchard on contract with the company's president. The conviction was the first in the Bay State to be obtained under 1959 statute change. Senate Panel Puts Of Foreign Policy Hearings WASHINGTON (P The Senate Foreign Relations Committee announced today it is postponing its wide-ranging foreign policy hearings at the request of the administration. Chairman J.

W. Fulbright, D- said the administration asked for A postponement because it wants the Senate to start work as soon as possible on the with the Soviet consular, treaty would authorize the United States and the USSR to open more consullar facilities in each other's country. Deaths P'RANCIS J. CHANDELL WALTHAM Francis J. Crandall, assistant vice-president and chief engineer of the Liberty Mutual Insurance Companies, died Thursday in Middlesex County Sanatorium in Waltham.

He was 62. E. MALLINCKHODT. JR. ST.

LOUIS, Mo. (P Ed- wards Mallinckrodt, retired board chairman of Mallinckrodt Chemical Works, an international concern, died Thursday in his St. Louis home. Mallinckrodt, 88, died of infirmities of age, a spokesman for the family said. He was A noted philanthropist and significant contributor to Harvard University and Washlington University of St.

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The Morning Union from Springfield, Massachusetts (2024)

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Who owns the Springfield Republican? ›

It is owned by Newhouse Newspapers, a division of Advance Publications.

What is a Republican newspaper? ›

There are several papers that lean conservative, but it is important to keep in mind some may be socially conservative and some may be fiscally conservative. The most popular would be the Wall Street Journal, but other good options are The Washington Times, New York Post, and the Chicago Tribune.

Who founded Springfield Massachusetts? ›

What religion is Springfield? ›

Profile. Lovejoy is the pastor of the Western Branch of American Reform Presbylutheranism First Church of Springfield, which most of the show's characters regularly attend. He attended Texas Christian University.

What do Republican Party believe in? ›

The Republicans advocate reduced taxes as a means of stimulating the economy and advancing individual economic freedom. They tend to oppose extensive government regulation of the economy, government-funded social programs, affirmative action, and policies aimed at strengthening the rights of workers.

Which newspapers are conservative? ›

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  • National Catholic Register.
  • The New Atlantis (journal)
  • New Hampshire Union Leader.
  • New York City Tribune.
  • New York Post.
  • The New York Sun.
  • News Corporation.
  • Newsmax.

What is Republican called? ›

The Republican Party, also known as the GOP (Grand Old Party), is one of the two major contemporary political parties in the United States.

Who owns MassLive? ›

MassLive is owned by Advance Local, a unit of Advance Publications, which also owns American City Business Journals, the parent company of the Boston Business Journal, as well as Condé Nast, The Republican newspaper in Springfield and other media and entertainment companies.

Who owns Republican American? ›

Ownership of both papers has been retained in the Pape family until the present day, with the decision to merge them to form the Republican-American coming in 1990.

What is the federal arsenal in Springfield? ›

Springfield Armory was established in 1777 as a federal arsenal; as an arsenal, firearms that supplied the Continental Army during the American Revolution were stored here. After the Revolution, Springfield Arsenal was officially established as a federal armory where arms could be stored and produced.

How many states do not have a Springfield? ›

This isn't true; 35 states have a Springfield or a close cousin; but the following states are Springfield-deficient: Alaska, Arizona, Connecticut, Hawaii, Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota*, Oklahoma, Rhode Island, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.

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