The North Adams Transcript from North Adams, Massachusetts on August 5, 1963 · Page 3
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North Adams, Massachusetts
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Monday, August 5, 1963
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MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST S, 1963 Girl Guest Here One Of Two Dead in Crash Jockey Reeves, 17, Dies of Injuries Received in Crash FHE NORTH ADAMS. MASSACHUSETTS. TRANSCRIPT THREE A young woman guest in a North Adams home end an apprentice newspaperman working this summer in Pitts field were killed and a North Adams young man suffered a possible broken back in i collision of a pleasure ear and « truck north of Hoosiclc Falls, N. Y., Saturday afternoon. Dead are Miss art, about 17, of Blondid St«W' Park Avenue the Bronx, N.Y., who was a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Dyson of 15 Montana St., this city, and Richard Rapp, 21, of Bloomfield, had been working Conn., who this summer as a sports reporter on the Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield. Seriously Injured Seriously injured was William S. Dyson Jr., whose parents were Miss Stewart's hosts here. He was reported in good condition at Mary McClellan Hospital in Cambridge, N.Y., til is morning suffering from shock, numerous cuts and the back injury. Results of X-rays to determine the extent of that injury, were being awaited. Less seriously injured and released from the Cambridge hospital was Thomas Giddings, 21, of 83 Dawes Ave., Pittsfield. He suffered cuts and bruises. He is the son of Theodore Giddings, news editor of the Berkshire Eagle. Rapp and Dyson are fellow students at Middlebury (Vt.) College. They and Giddings, a Brown University student, arranged a trip to the races at Saratoga Springs, N.Y. for Saturday afternoon and invited Miss Stewart to accompany them. They were on their way to the track about 1.30 p.m. when Rapp's small car collided with a truck at the junction of Rts. 22 and 67 about a mile north of Hoosick Falls village, according to New York State Police. Leslie Vadakin, 63, of Hawkes Ave., North Bennington, Vt., wai driver of the truck. He was treat ed at the Cambridge hospital and released. His wife, Mary, 59 remained there in good condi tion, suffering from shock. She apparently recieved no fractures or internal injuries. On Vacation Visit Miss Stewart was the daughter of Charles Arthur and Teresa (Mulcahyl Stewart of The Bronx. A close friend of the Dyson family, she had come to their home here each year for 13 years on a vacation visit. This year she arrived July 1 and had plannec to stay through to the end of August. She was a student in a high school in The Bronx. Besides her parents she leaves a sister, Bernadette. Her body was shipper today to Long Island City where funeral services are scheduled for tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Dyson accompanied the body after having visited their son at the Cambridge hospital yesterday and last evening. Rapp, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Rapp of Bloomfield, was living with the Giddings family in Pittsfield. He worked with the Eagle on a newspaper fund fellowship sponsored by the Wall Street Journal and was to have been sports editor of the Middlebury College paper next year, New York State Trooper Thomas 0. O'Donnell said the Rapp car crashed sideways into the Vadakin's pick-up truck when it crossed over the center line on a John Gage Funeral Held For Mother Oi Mayor Florini Funeral services for Mrs. Mary (Rosasco) Florini, mother of Mayor Francis C. Florini, were held at 10 this morning with a Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Anthony's Church. Celebrant was the Rev. Armando R u s s o. The Rev. Thomas O'Connor was deacorv and sub- deacon was the Rev. Pompeo Va- dacca, CIV, of Stamford, Vt, The choir sang the Gregorian and Mrs, Gabriel Ronco was organist. Burial was in Southview Cemetery with Fr. Russo officiating at the grave, Bearers were James Catelotti, Benjamin A. Cavazza, William P, Rosasco, Edward DiBarbieri, Harold Basselt and John Tierney. All City Hall offices and the North Adams Public Library were closed from 10 to 11 to allow city o"'cials and employes to attend the funeral. A delegation of members of the City Council included President Robert Patenmide, Fred B. Win- dovcr, Henry I. Koloc, Louis S. Gagliardi, Alfred Law and Brnest J. Morocco. A delegation from the library was headed by librarian, Miss Ruth S. Browne. Others attending were John Gattuso, building inspector; Norman Sharon Davison and Julius Calvi, assessors; Atty. Bernard Lenhoff, city Mrs. Henrietto Cooper Funeral services for Mrs. Hen rietta fsobell (Mathieson) Cooper, 79, of 49 Hall St,, North Adams, who died at North Adams Hospital Friday, were held at 2 this afternoon at the Simmons Funeral Home. The Rev. Dr. Virgil V. Brallier, pastor of the First Congregational Church officiated. Burial was in Southview Cemetery. Bearers were James Bolger, Louis Cronin, Curtis Gilbert and Charles Wright, all of North Adams, Edward Winn of North Pownal, Vt., and William Hoffman of Adams. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem was sung at St. Francis Church at 9 this morning for John ;age, 72, of 168 Prospect St., who died Friday. The Rev. Earl V, DeBlieux was celebrant. The Rev. Thomas J. O'Connor, curate of St. Anthony's Church, was sub-deacon. The Gregorian Mass was sung u _. , by the choir and organist wasjHQd JlStSr in Robert Reeves, 17, of Pit!* field, one of the more promising jockeys riding at Green Mountain Park in Pownal in the recenl meet, died yesterday morning ai Tri-City Hospital in York, Maine from injuries received in an ac cident a week ago yesterday al Wells, Maine, which claimed the lives of two other persons. Young Reeves failed to regair consciousness and his condition had been listed as critical from the start. Th« accident also resulted in the death of Reeves' mother, Mrs Dorothy L, Reeves, 43, formerly of Pitlsfield, and Paul A. Copper, 32 of Palmer, trainer of the hors es Reeves rode. Reeves' sister Wendy, 7, was only slightly in jured in the crash which occurred Maine state police said, when the car, left with the Reeves Maine at the wheel turnpike anc crashed into a tree. The party was on its way from Pownal to • Scarborough Downs race track in Maine, where Reeves was scheduled to ride, Besides his sister, Kathy, he leaves another sister Mrs. John E. Smith, whose husband is a jockey riding at Scarborough. Theodore Go I i pea u Leaves Sister Here Theodore S. Galipeau, 58, brother of Mrs. Philip Pugliese of North Adams, died today at his home, 328 School St., Bennington, Vt., following a long illness. He was a life-long resident of Bennington and attended St. Francis deSales Academy there. He was employed for many years as a spinner by the former Hoiden & Leonard and H. E. Bradford Co. Mills in Bennington. Mr. Galipeau was widely known as a minstrel end man in shows in the Vermont and North Adams areas. He was a member of the old Howitzer Company of the Vermont National Guard. He was a member of the St. Francis de- Sales Church, Bennington. Other survivors are his wife the former Veronica (Grennan) Galipeau of Hoosick Falls, N. Y.; two sons, Bernard A, and Thornas M. Galipeau, both of Bennington; three sisters, Mrs. Oscar Goodbout of Syracuse, N. Y., Mrs. Delia Tippner of New York City and Mrs. Elizabeth Major of Warwick, N. Y.; two brothers, Arthur F. Galipeau of Hollywood, Calif., and Paul Galipeau of Bennington; eight grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be Wednesday at 9 at St. Francis deSales Church, Bennington, preceded by services at his home at 8:30. Burial will be in Park Lawn Cemetery, Bennington. Friends may call at the home at their convenience. The Rosary will be recited tomorrow evening al 8. Albert J. Robitaille, Miss Maria Weber. Burial was in Southview Cemetery with Fr Seyes officiating at the grave Bearers were John Januska Alfred George, Jacques Lefevn and Ignatius Gleba, all of Nortl Adams, and Admiral Fields anc Orville Cater of Adams. solicitor; Joseph J..Girardi, commissioner of public works; Angelo J .Gentile public works foreman; Atty. Edward W. Buckley Jr., register of deeds. Also Dr. Robert N. Taylor, superintendent, of schools; Miss Virginia F. Piaggi. city auditor; Lester W. Chenail, commissioner of public welfare; Genesio A. Bre da, city engineer; Atty. Morton Freedman, clerk of court; Gerald J. Sullivan, city treasurer, Capt. William Garner, acting police chief; and Police Sgt. Andrew Pa- sierbiak, Atty. James W. Lilly and Dr. Hector Pelletier. Delegations from the Sisters of St. Joseph and tile Christian Mothers also attended the funeral in a group. Attending from Williamstown were Police Chief Joseph Zoito and Atty. Francis Agostini, clerk of court. Mrs. Domina Raymond Funeral services for Mrs. Margaret (Royal) Raymond, 8fl, of West Rd., Clarksburg, were held Saturday morning at St. Raphael's Church, Williamstown, the licv. Joseph Remi, pastor, officiating. Mrs. Raymond died last Wednesday at the home of her son, Albert Raymond of McLain Ct., Williams town. The Notre Dame choir sang at (he funeral. Pallbearers were Leo Raymond, Leon King, Joseph Shepard, Arthur Raymond, John Murphy Jr., and Hermann Raymond Jr., all of Williamstown nnd all grandsons of the deceased. Burial followed in the Eastlawn Cemetery, Willi.imstown. Personal Paragraphs Miss Nancy McDevitt of 52 Maple St., Adnius, Miss Theresa Pelletier of 140 Columbia St., Ad- runs, nnd Miss Joan Matncy of 49.i W. Main St., North Adams, linvc returned from a seven-day cruise to Nassau on the M. S. Italia. The funeral of Sharon Goltardi 2'i-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gcttardi of Reads boro, Vt., who died Thursday, wil be held at St. Joachim's Church Readsboro at 10 a.m. tomorrow with a Mass of the Angels, Bu rial will he in the Village Cem etery there. Calling hours at the Montagna Home for Funerals will be today from 2 to A and 7 to ft. The child died after a. two-day .llncss while on a family vaca :ion in California, Originally i' was believed the child had diec of spinal meningitis, but an autop- allowed death was due to an acute virus infection. Jan Miliszewski Funeral services for Jan Mili- szewski of 24 Beccher St., Ad. ams, who died Thursday at his Home, were held at OH this morn ng in St. Stanislaus Kostka Church, Adams. The Rev. Ernest J, Szetela MIC, of the Marian Order at Stockhridge officiated at a Re quiem Low Mass. Bearers were Bruno Trzcinski r ormer Selectman Walter F. Ur ban, William Lubowicz, Atty Alexander A. Cwalinski, ,-Iillette and Harry Perreault, all of Adams. Burial was in St. Star.' slaus Cemetery, Adams. Dr. Yelle's office will be closet until Aug. 19.—adv. Icrfcshire Comity Chapter MnsMchn»etU Heart Association, Inc. Gratefully AcknowkdqM Memorial Gifts Girts ma; be MI! la: Mlw Lxy RbwMI c/« Mart* Aeeim Hoawc iovtoei leak North Admn, M«t Albert J. Robitaille, 70, of 40 Sunset St., Pittsfield, a brother of Mrs. Richard Phelps of 55 Melrose St., Adams, diet! Saturday night at his home. He was born in Cohoes, N.Y., and in his younger years worked as a carpenter. He retired in 1960 from employment at the rYyanriotte Worsted Mills in Pitts- 'ield. Mrs. Robitaille had lived in Pittsfield 60 years. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the First Methodist Church and was active in the Senior Citizens and Golden Age Clubs. Besides his wife the former Flossie Chittenden, he leaves fonr :ons, Albert J. Jr., Gilbert L.. Norman W. and Robert A,, all of Pittsfield, and another sister Mrs. Mattie Christensen of that city; 12 grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning at 10.30 at the Dery Funeral Home, Pittsfield, with the Rev. Jesse Green of rirst Methodist Church officiat- ng. Burial will be in Pittsfield Cemetery. Calling hours at the funeral home are today from 2 to 4 and 7 t« 0. Mrs. F. J. Dailey Dies at Hospital At Age of 75 Mrs. Mary Agn*s (Qttinn) Dailey, 75. widow of J, Frank Dailey, of 52 E. Quincy St., a member of an old and well-known local family, died at 8:30 this morning at North Adams Hospital where she was admitted last night. Death followed a lingering illness. Born in North Adams, she was the daughter of the late Thomas and Mary (Fitzgerald) Qninn, She was graduated from Drury Academy. Mrs, Dailey attended St. Francis Church and was a member, of the Rosary Society. Her husband died on Jan. 14, 1956. A daughter, Mrs. Harry A. Messier died in Germany, Aug. 2D, 1962, and a son, Capt. John F. Dailey, U. S. Air Force was lost in a plane crash over the Atlantic in October 1951. Surviving are one son, Robert W. Dailey of North Adams; a brother, George L. Quinn, proprietor of Quinn's Wallpaper and Paint Store here; three sisters, Mrs. Lawrence Bossidy and Mrs, Walter Lovett, both of Pittsfield and Mrs. Joseph Adams of South- inglon, Conn.; seven grandchildren; several nieces and nephews and several grandnicces and grandnephews. Calling hours at the Flynn * Ronch Funeral Home will be Tuesday from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9. Burial will be in Southview Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Margaret Bathaway Of Clarksburg Dies Miss Margaret M. Bathaway, 73, of Hayden Hill, Clarksburg, died early Sunday morning at the North Adams Hospital where she had been a patient since July 21. A native of Chicopee and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John B-thaway, she bad lived in the i Northern Berkshire area for 71 j years. She had been a resident of Clarksburg for many years. Miss Hathaway had been a weaver at the Strong Hewat & Co. woolen mill in Clarksburg and had retired three years ago, She was a member of SI. Francis Chui'ch, Surviving are fonr sisters, Mrs. William Weyers of North Adams, Miss Veronica Bathaway of :larksbnrg, with whom she made her home, Mrs. Alexander Grieve of Stamford, Vt., and Mrs. Thomas Blanchard of Agawam, and several nieces and nephews. A Solemn High Mass of Requiem will be sung in St. Francis Church tomorrow morning at 9, followed by burial in Soutlwiew Cemetery. There will be no calling honrs and friends are asked to omit flowers. The Flym\ & Roach Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Harvey Joy Succumbs In North Woodstock ident, Mrs. Martha Wttaker, 79, widow of Andrew Whittaker. Mrs. WhiUaker who'had lived in the Blacklnton section of this city since World War I, returned to her former home in Newtown, North Wales, about three years ago. She was married to Mr, Whit- laker, a North Adam* resident, during World War I when the latter served overseas. Following the' war the couple came to North Adams to make their home. Mr. Whittaker, who died several years ago, was employed by the Blackinton Mill and by Sprague Electric Co. The couple had no children and there are no local relatives. Dr. Eddy away until August 19. —adv. GE Opens Contract Talks With IUE and UE Today NEW YORK (AP) — National negotiations between General Electric Co. and two unions began today, A General Electric management statement reported "cautious optimism" on the part of the company's chief negotiator, Philip D. Moore, manager of em- ploye relations service. James B. Carey, president of the International Union of Electrical Workers, AFI^CIO, representing about 70,000 employes in So plants and J. J. Matles, secre- iary-treasurer of the United Electrical Workers, independent, representing about 11,000 employes in seven plants, led the union negotiators. The IUE demands were not made known, but Uw negotiations were expected to deal with such issues as wages, hours and automation. The UE indicated it would seek a shorter work week, substantial pay raises, and other benefits. The existing three-year contract runs through Sept. 29. Today's negotiations followed subcommittee sessions since May 3rd, concentrating on. employe benefits, contract language and arbitration. Very Dampening RUSSELL, Ky. Uft— Sign on the bulletin boa/d at the First Christian Church in Russell: "Isn't it strange how 19 drops of rain can keep 21 people from church?" RELAX THIS SUMMER the smart way pay for your .vacation with a loan from M-A-C. You get what you need — a little or a lot — fast and easy. 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