Naugatuck Daily News from Naugatuck, Connecticut on December 14, 1949 · Page 6
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PACK 6— NAUOATI,TK NKWS fCONV -), WTCTWESnAY. DKC. 14, HMD Funerals Mrs. Alice Treat H nines Mrs. Allee Treat. Ilaines. 71!. wlfi- of the lute William If. Italnes and mother of Elmer L. Mun.snn, Nau- Ka-tuck. died at her Itorne, F^unK'ay rood. Seymour Monday afternoon. Shft was a native of Oxfoi'U und had lived In Seymour for 35 years. Kuncral services xvlll be held tomorrow afternoon nt 2 o'clock at. th« Ward Funeral Home, Seymour, with burial In Pine Crovo Cemetery. Frlcnda may call at the funeral home this evonlnp from 7 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. Gertrude tiarvln The funeral of Mrs. Gertrude (Reynolds! Garvin, Wolfe avenue, Beacon Falls, wiis held this morning from the Buckmlllcr Funeral Home 22 Park place to St. Michael's R. C, Church, Beacon Kails, where a hinh. Mass of req ! '-iem was celebrated by the Rev. Jerome Cookc, pastor. Bearers were Edmund Horn. George Reynolds. Charles Reynolds, Harry Upright- John Gormley, Jr., and Hubert Reynolds, Jr. Burial waji In St. James' Cemetery with prayers at the I'rave by Father Cookc. Mrs. Mary McCarthy was organist. rendering the Funeral March, Pie Jesu and Abide With Sirs. Muricurel Ctillon Funeral H<irvic«-s for Mrs, "Mar- j;liri\l (Murphy >Cullcn, motlier of Klrst Ward Burgess J. Francis Cullen. were held this morning from the late T'eRld<!nc<', 28fi Cherry »trei:t. to 8t. l' n ranci.H' Chureli where u solemn high Moss of requiem was celebrated at 9 o'clock by the Rev. Edward B. Curtin of the Blessed Kacrarnent Church, Bridgeport. The Hfv, Fran<'is T. Monuhan. of St. Joseph's Church. Bristol, was deacon and the Rev. Albert Taylor of Si. Francis' Church was nub-deacon. The Rev. Paul F. Keating pastor of St. Francis* was seated in the sanctuary. Mrs. Albert Inn O'Donnell. or^an- i.it. rendered Lead Kindly Lii;ht, with John J. Burke soloist; PanlM Annellcus, with Mrs. Mary Mathieu and Mrs. James Farrar us soloists and the recessional wan Hweet, .Priceless Love of Jesus, with Mr. Burke as soloist. Representing the borough were Warden Harry L. Carter, Borough Clerk Charles F. Daly; Peter F. MeeKan of the Board of Education; BurKOKs James Lyons; Treasurer Norman Wood and State Trooper Edward J. Doolin^. Bearers were John E. Ash. Emmett Murtha, Harold Murlha, Joseph Dinneny Francis Curtin and Leo Carroll. Prnyct-8 at the grave In St. James' Cemetery were read by Father Taylor assisted by Father Keating, Father Curtin and Father Monu- han. Arrangements were in charjjc of the Buckmlllcr Funeral Home. Woonsocket Plant Takes Long Holiday Worm.Mm-kot, U. ., Due. l'i--(UP) Soine XfMi IncUuil rlnl workmen joim-d iik In I'M and Hi'.hoololiiUlrrn today In [jruylnj^ for HMOW. Thn W(jons(>nkel pJfint of UH('. S. rtubbrr Co. announced SOO would IK» laid off from PIT. :.''.} Ihiniinh .lun, -1 btii'.tUDm ml!*) wnn'.h- i-r hiiH <:if*" fiiiU-H (if wiitnrprouf foot wear munufiictur»»d -by th*! c"n- Christmas Bonus For A&P Workers 13mployeH c»f the lotral atorc of (.he Ornut Atlantic *. Puclfk- T<;a Co.. will be iimonK those Hharinr In a Chri.'flmiiH bonn.i totaling $a,2rjt),()0f), which will be dliiHbuled Kriday. AH A & P employ., -i throughout tlie country with K\.< month.s or mortr Hervico will participate in the txjnuH. Y's Men Told History Of Rowing The lii/dory of rowinj; '.va.H ro- *'!ewnd ffir the Y'H Men'tt Club Innf nltrlit by Hov KOMI, Yale Unlvenii- ty ir>0-pfjilii<l crew coach, In a talk ul the Chib'n rr>KUlur weekly dinner-mooting; In the YMCA cafeteria. Noxt week's me.i-tlnK will be n biielneHi: tneetlni:. with no speaker Hehediiled. Several new members will be inducted Into the club at thJit time. The club's brtard of dlr'ectorH will meet Monday <-vcnlnK /it 7:K<) nVIocIt at (lie home of ThomuH Inc- son. CONOKKNKI) WashlnKton-Senator Taft snyn bin re.cent tour of Ohio Indicates that voter.'! are chiefly concerned about the Hi/.« of the public debl and the government's spending policy. The vetenn lawmaker .says the real danger is a lack of In- IcretU and many people f<!el Washington Is too far away for Ihoni to help det.ei'mlnr* policy. <:ONTINI;ANCKK Paul GisorBC, 2-1, of 18 Carroll nrcct, was granted a contlnimnca to Dee. 30 when be appeared before Judf-e John A. Membrlno in Wal.erbury City Court yesterday on charges of drunkenness ami damai;lnjt private property. The enur- uf Charles Wuuoka, 3!i, of 8 Cotton Hollow, charged wuli indecent cxpiiHiirc, was continued to Thursday. Mass Promotions lade In Waterbury Fire Department Waterbury In 1he KreaU-Ml nuiHH promotion in the Watprbury lire departmont since I IMS, the board of lire- <;om- nilMiiloner.'i v ( ' l| 1 prdnv promoled It flr'-men. Thf: ileparl'inpnlal change" will become effective Jan. 'J., and lull promotions were tiniinlmnnn. dipt. Krnnlt Moore \VHM appoint I'll deputy chief, [..I'-utH. Fred flardwirk ami Tlirnrn .Smith wore promrttod to tin 1 rank of cnptnlri 'ind aUio naitned atitlnj; hnttalhm c-hlr-.Tfi. UnutN. Arlhnr Sclilirvone n.iul .li'hji Morion wct'n namnd oa|>- lalns .'intl Tjii-u't. Srh!a.vono a^lHa W.M.H iippninti'd ii'.'Hlnlnnt. (Irlllnin.s. tnr. Lli-nt. I.co Klisnnnn wan 'promoted to chiefs n.ldo. and fivo jvrivatOM firlvaiic-ed tn the rank of lleulennnt j woi-c Tl'tnolhy Dowil. Alphopse J. J Vi;rriini, Anthony V. Snvleka.'i P.eonre K. While and Krne»t J Therlfiiill. Aflcr ChriNtinuH Nn drclslon IK exported until af- Icr f'lii-lni miiH on the appeal or for rm-r Wiiltti-lmi-y Mayor T. l-'i-nnli Iliiyeii for rejilorallnn of hid vollin; (,'halrnuin TVitrlclt .(. Ward of I In Forfeited ltl(;hln r-oimiilHnlon nayi the requoHt ctf Hayen and former Went Hartford Vol'k-e Chief J.-im K. Cron"li will lie taken up at'i fMirl.'ilman. They appeared before the commlHHlon la.Mt week. Mury \V. Ssitlon At New London, rlenlh hn/i taken n retired wrjnum lawyer nml eon- curt ]>lnnl!it. Mi-t, Mary Woostor Sulton WIIH K:S yeai'H old. Shn wa.s •;ald lo have lieon ihn I'li-nt tenelier of law to women In ()onnectle.ul. Mr.i. 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