The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on January 29, 1967 · 79
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The Boston SnnVJiry CTone Jstrmrry 29, 1957 79 I DEATHS 1 dam!. Sidney Adler. Morrn All wood, John J. Barry, Daniel A. Beaulieu. Robert G Beaiey-Bagley, Agnes Bennett, Sadie Berson, Rabbi Michael Biaggio, Edward A Boudreau, Elizabeth R. Bowen. Annette L. Boyd. Elizabeth Breda-Brown, Mary S. Brown, Gilbert L. Camozzi, Vincenzo Campion, Leo J. Capen, Frank Carey, Helen T. Car on, Elizabeth Cashman. Esther E. Cavignano, Genaro Champion, Annette Clark. Hattie Connolly, Gregory Conway. Beatrice Cook, Philip F. Cronin, Esther M. Curley, Mary A. Cummings. Marguerite Daley, Mary E. Darling. Frank Der Kinderen. Hendrik M. Doherty, Anna A. Doherty, Philip Donovan. Daniel Donovan, Ellen M. Dreyer, Mildred E. DzinUrnieki, Visvaldis Elledge Doiothy. Elsemiller, Daniel Elyko, Josephine Epstein. Jeani Feele.v, Charlotte M. Fellow s. Geont A. Ferzoro, Annma Fiorentlno, Frank Flynn. Mai tin Fortune, Charles Furey, Joseph F. Geraci, Cologero Giannone. D. Glbeley. Albert Goode, Mary J. Goss, Marlon I.. Grant, Morgan J. Greenbeig. A. Greenberg, Harry J. Greene. Charles W Gresham. William Gould. Mary Hapeman. Wm. B. Hart. George O. Havlin. James H. Hays. J. Edward Hendsby-Hendsbee John T. Hogan, Ethel M. Hurwitz. Fannie Kennaley, D. E. Knowles, Queenie Lane. Thomas Lenkauskai. Carol List, Robert J. Lurie. Benjamin Lynch, Lincoln D. MacKillop, Flora MacKenzie, Howard A. Magarosian. Efkine Maguire. Sara E. Mason, Dorothy Maa. Eva Matarazzo. Margaret McCarthy, Mary F. Mclntyre, Mary McNamara, Margaret S. McNeil, John P. Menziea, Mary F. Merritt. Delia Messia, Samuel Morris, Catherine Morrison. Bertha Murphy, Mary P. Kazarian, Toros N, Nazzaro. Amelia Nelligan, Gertrude Niethold, C F. Noonan. Margaret O'Connor, Marie O'Connor, T. J. O'Leary, Alice I. O'Leary, Dhonal C. O'Netl. Arthur D.J Packard. Rev. George L. Powers. Sarah Regal, John S. Richards, Joseph A Ristaino, Emelia Salvaggio, Joseph J. Scott, Norman A. Smedile, Jennie Smith. Cornelia W Smith, John J. Smith, Michael J. Sneider, Rose Sorrentmo. Mildiec Stone, Molly Sullivan, Pic. John M, Stathopoulos (Stathosi, A Stella, S.C. Stern, Helen Vanderhaegen, L. Vento, Rita A. Veneri, Pasquallna Weetman, Winifred W. Welby. Thomas F. Woodward, Perry .. OBITUARIES James P. Christie, 70, Town Clerk 28 Years iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii DEATHS 0M1TR In Revere. Jan 2, John J . n 468 Revere st , beloved son of Councilman Daniel J. and Margaret T tConwavi. and brother of RoO-e.t "... Smith and Mis. Wallace R. (Margaret) Hill. Funeral from the Porcella Funeral Home 876 Win-throp iv., Monday at 9 a.m. Solemn Requiem High Mass in M. Thrui rhurch at in a.m. neia ANDOVER James P. Christie, 70, of 34 Pasho St., who retired last October after serving as Andover town, clerk for 28 years, died Saturday at Lawrence General Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Christie was a lifelong Andover resident. He formerly worked for the American Woolen Co., and DEATHS VEN'F.M In Wallham. Jan. 2fi. Pas- auaiiria 1J. (Caianareiia) 01 z.i circuit lane, beloved wile of the late Guy D.; mother of Dominick A. and Frank X. of Belmont. Marie C. Totacrande of Wallham and Victor F. of Maiden. Funeral from the Stanton Funeral Home. 786 Mt. Auburn St., Watertown. Monday at 9 a.m. Solemn Hifih Mass of Requiem in St. Luke's Church Lexington st.. Waverly at 10 o'clock. Rela tive and frlenri resDectlUllv in vited to attend. Visiting hours' Saturday and Sunday 2 to 4 and 7-9 p.m. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery, Maiden. VENTO In Framingham, Rita A. cLeavitt), 47. of 83 Simpson anve; beloved wife of Thomas J., and mother of Patricia A. and Thomas J. Funeral services Monday at 8:15 a m from the Bnyle Brothers Funeral Home, 173 Union av.. followed by Requiem High Mass at 9 a.m. in St. Jeremiah's Church. Funeral home calling hours Saturday and Sunday evening, 7 to 9. H rETMAX Winifred W in Quin-cy. Jan. 27th, of 281 Whitwell at., beloved daughter of the late Alexis and Sarah ( Mullen i Weetman; aister of M. Frances Atkins of Norton. Nora v Condon and Agnes L. Jennings of Quincy. Reposing at the Joseph Sweenev Funeral Home, 74 Elm st.. Qumcy Center, until 9 o'clock Mondav morning. High Mass nf Requiem at St. John's Church, at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends respectfully invited to attend Visiting hours ISaturda" 7-10. Sunday 2-4. 7-10 nm Interment. Mt Wollaston. WELRI Of Roxbury, Jan. 28. Thomas F.. beloved husband of Mary D. (Swartzi Welby. Late residence .12 Alaska St.. Roxbury. Funeral from the P.E. Murray Funeral Home. 54 Roxbury St.. KOXBl'RV. Mondav. Jan. 30 at 8:15 a.m. Fu neral High Mass in St. Francis de ! Sales Charch at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. There will be no visiting hours. Interment in St. Joseph's Cemetery, West Roxhurv. WlLENSKT Alice iBerger) formerly of Roxbury. Beloved wife of; Thomas: devoted mother of Mrs. Anna Gold of Dorchester, George Wilensky of Randolph, and Albert Wilensky of North Miami, Fla., and the late Murray Wilensky and Ruth Spec tor Also survived by 7 grandchildren and fi great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sunday. Jan. 29 at 12 noon at the Schlossherg Memorial Chanel. 1257 Blue Hill av.. Mattanan. Memorial week will be observed at the home of George Wilenskv. MW North Main St.. Randolph. In lieu of flowers contributions in expression of sympathy may be sent to the rharitv of your choice. WOODWARD In Qninry. Jan. 28 Percv J. of 71 Robertson fit., and brother of Chnunrey Woodward of Ouincv. and Martha Arey of Palm Beach. Fla. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the services from the Deware Brothers Funeral Home. 57R Hancock st . Wollaston. Tuesdav, Jan. 31. at 1 p m. Friends may visit at the Funeral Home. Sunoav and Monday evening from 7-9 p.m. LOCAL 103, 1.B.E.W. We regret to announce the death n' nrothr' Harry Miller. Funeral services will he held Sunday at noon George A. Fellows Retired Teacher, 89 NORTH ANDOVER Services for George A. Fellowi of 18 Wiley ct, retired instructor of the High School of Commerce, Boston, and Bent-ley Colege of Accounting and Finance, will be at 2 Wednesday at Trinitarian Congregational Church. Mr. Fellows died Friday afternoon in Deland, Fla. He was 80. He retired in 1947. He was also a former manager and i' I - Fair, Seasonably Cold ROBERT J. LIST Robert J. List Wellesley Official, 83 JAMES P. CHRISTIE was a newspaper correspondent in this area in his youth. He was a member of the WELLESLEY Robert J. List, 83, of 68 Lincoln rd., Wellesley Hills, town official and former general manager coach of championship semi- died Saturday in Newton-Well professional baseball teams in iesey Hospital. mo oica. He was a member of the Aleppo Shrine Temple in Boston and a member of King Solomon Lodge of Masons in Somerville and of Trinitarian male choir at Christ Episcopal Congregational Church. Church and a member of the Andover Boosters' club and St. Matthew's Lodge, A.F. and A. M. Mr. Christie leaves his wife, the former Helen Wan-amaker; a daughter, Mrs. John B. Leitch of Westfield, N. J.; and a son, James P. Jr., of West Nyack, N. Y. Services will be private. Burial will be in Spring Grove Cemetery on Monday. LATE DEATH NOTICES ADAMS In Woburn, Jan. 28. Dr. Sidney D. Adams, of 628 Main St., husband of Marguerite A. i Bradley) Adams: father of Mrs, Edward W. Quinn (Barbara), Mrs. John F. McCauley (Terese). Funeral from the McLaughlin Funeral Home, 54 Pleasant st., Tuesday at 9:15 Solemn High Mass of Requiem at St. Charles Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 7-10, Monday 3-5 and 7-10 p.m. AI.IIKR Departed, Jan. 28. by accident. Morris of 100 Stratton St., Dorchester, beloved husband of Bertha ttevinei and devoted tamer of Claire Levin of Dorchester and Natalie Slater of Wjnthrop, dear brother of George Adler of Free-port, L.I., also survived by 6 grandchildren. Services at The Stanetsky Memorial Chapel, 1505 Blue Hiil ave., Mattaoan. Time to be announced later. Memorial week will be observed at his late residence. Expressions of sympathy may be donated in his memory to your favorite charity. He leaves a wife, Ida E. (Greenwood). Mr. List, a New York native, lived here more than 45 years. He was a Town Meeting member, an assessor and executive director of the Welles-ley Housing Authority from its inception in 1948 until his retirement last June. He was a member of the Wellesley Club, 3 PJ. EST Jon. 28 tXrta treat US. WiATHIK HJUAU TmfratvrV r -f it , J I At. Avorog 63 A -yZL- 7 70 X JUa "vO70 High Temperature Expected' I -l- BOSTON AND VICINITY Fair and seasonably cold. High temperature middle 30s. Northwest winds 15 to 25 Wellesley m.p.h. Sunday night, clear and a little colder. Monday, fair, no important changes in temperature. Probability of precipitation near zero Sunday. MASSACHUSETTS, RHODE 18- and seasonably cold. High temperature SO to 35. Fair and a little colder Sunday night. Monday, fair and llttlf change in temperature. VERMONT Sunday partly cloudy tives and friends invited. Visiting , lhe I.evine Chanel. 470 Harvard hours Saturday and Sunday J. r nH 7-1(1 nm Late member of Teamsters Cnlon Local 25. SMITH Formerly of Roslindale In Norfolk. Va.. Jan. 27. Michael J., beloved husband of the late Mary (Flahartvi; father of retired Maj Edward J USMC. Fompano Beach, Fla and Comdr Walter G., I'SN. Norfolk. Va ; brother of Mrs. Mary Schall of N.J. Funeral from the FJ. Hiiigins Funeral Home. 42.U) Washington it.. ROSLINDALE SQ.. Tuesday. Jan. 31 at 8 a m Requiem Mass in the Holy Name Church at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends invited Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-B. Tarking in rear of funeral home on Cummins hgwy. SIIDER-Rnse (Walk. of 39 Clark av . Chelsea, suddenly. Jan. beloved daughter of Mn Rebecca (Chess,, and the late David E. Walk; devoted mother of Samuel Sneider of Fast Hartford. Ct : dear iister of Morns Walk of Brookline. Jacob Walk of Maiden. Phi Uo Walk of Medford. Lois Marcia Porter and Mrs Beatrice Tall all of Chelsea: and Mrs. Pearl Anaoolsky of Revere: also UI"t bv 2 grandchildren. Services at the Torf Funeral Chapel. 151 Washington av Chelsea on Sunday. Jan. 29th at 11 am Interment in tver-Jit Memorial Week at her late residence. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made in her memory to Camp Menorah, or a chanty of your choice. 0RRKNTINO Of 51 , Walnut St., n " wYf'e of Alphonse; mother of Alfred L. Sorrentino of Braintree. Rachel M. Barry. Helen A. Leves-S'l and Mildred T Lynch: also survived oy ( '"" - -A neral from the D. W . Grannan and Son Funeral Home, 3,8 Mass. av . Monday morning at 8. Solemn Hign Wan of Reouiem in St. James Chi'irrh. at B o'clock. Relatives and friends Invited . Visiting houri 7-9 iTATHOPOVLOS (STATHOSI , Of Cambridge. Jan. 27. Anthony J. Stathopoulos. of 13 Goodman rd beloved husband of the late Pana-iota (Kolovosi. devoted of Charles, of Boston; John of Atlanta, Ga : Mary Anne, Mis. Julia Stamatelos. of Cambridge: and Mrs. Christine Glass, of Lexington: and 10 grandchildren. Funeral from the Arthur C. Hasiotis Funeral Home. 1642 Commonwealth av., Brighton. Monday, at 12 noon. Services at 1 p.m. at the Greek Orthodox Church. U Magazine st Cambridge. Relatives and friends are invited Visiting hours 7-10 P.m. Saturday. Sunday 2-4 and 7-10 P.m. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the St Constantme and Helen Greek Orthodox Church. Cambridge. Interment at Cambridge Cemetery. ITEIXA In Medford. Jan. 26. Sebas-n t ,! r.niHrn av.. beloved husband of Alfonsina (Iandolil. brother of Mrs. Mary Danna and Miss Rose Stella of California. Fu neral from me ueim ' ""V i trm ma Vain st.. Monday at . m cnimn Hich Mass of Requiem In St. Joseph's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends are respect-fnllv invited. Visiting hours 2-4 and T-10. TERN On Thursday. Jan. 2. Helen of 92 Pitti St.. Portland. Me, beloved wife of Alex:, sister of Frank .1 Hull onH the late Dorothy Stein: dear aunt of Barry. Beverly and Roberta Stein. Services at the Levine Chapel. 470 Harvard st.. Tarnniriine Sundav. Jan. 29 at 1 p.m. Memorial Week at the . home of Mr and Mrs. Frank Stem, 18 Warfield av., Hull. tone Molly (Waksman) of 12 U7t ) Milton, beloved wife of Samuel; 'devoted mother of Peter of Sharon: Mrs. Edith Cohen of Natirk: Meyer of Mattapan; Mrs Cvivia Ppretzman of Milton: Ber nard of Norwood, and Judith Stone -r Milton: sister of Samuel Waks man of Miami Beach. Fla. Also survived by 14 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Sunday Jan. 29 at 1:30 p.m. at the Schloss-berg Memorial Chapel, 1257 Blue Hill av., Mattapan. Memorial weeK will be observed at her late residence. Contribution in expression of sympathy may be sent to the Cancer Fund. SULLIVAN In the service of his country In Vietnam. Jan- narv 14 Pfe John M. USMC. son of Mr. & Mrs. Mortimer Sullivan. Residence 245 Lake st Milifai-v funeral from the F. J Joyce ' Son Funeral Home, R52 Main t.. Waltham. Tuesday. Jan- narw .11 at 8:1 S a.m. Solemn High Mass of Requiem at Church of Our Lady at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Monday 24 & 7-9 p.m. VANDERHAEGEN In Halifax. Mass. Jan. 26. Louis, husband of the lat, Mini rVanSteenkistel Vanderhae gen. Late home 42 Woods St.. for merly or uorcnesver. oeicvea wn e, nf Mrs Mary D. Byford of Hall- anrt .tnwnh T4 Vnnderhaegen of Watertown. Funeral from the Scally Funeral Home. S4 Pleasan t . nnrrhester. Monday. Jan. 30 a A-15 Solemn Funeral Mass at St William's Church. Dorchester at o mm Relatives and friends kin.ily Invited. Visiting hours Saturday venlng 7-10 p.m., sunaay a- ana B, ookline ANDRE C. JASSE. Fin. Secy. IN MEMORIAM 19.1R John E. Rovdrn 19fi7 1940 Mary E. Royden 19fi7 I.vinrlr ffmfmhfrfd by fam-IIt. Msssft sftid At Jesuit Mt- John F. Black 17 Th whn Ihtnk nf him tnrir a little nraver to Jesm nay. Ma helnc nfTered at De I.sSalle lef e i hapr I. Wahlncton. P C. I.Avlncly rememhered and nadlT missed on his birthday by wife and family. COOK In Watertown, Jan. 8. PhiliD J-., of 1 Capitol stj, beloved husband of the late Sarah r. iVaheyt, lather of Mrs. Catherine J. Bradburv of Waltham, John F. and Mrs. Helen M. cummings, both of Watertown; brother of Mrs. Lena Maloney, Joseph G., and Mrs. Barbara Levy all of Watertown, Louis of Newton, Andre.' of Magnolia. Frank Smith and Mrs. Lillian Hesky, both of Doi Chester, and Uncle of Sr. Deborah. O P. of St. Joseph's Convent, Belmont; also survived by 10 grandchildren. Funeral from the w. H. Thomas Memorial Funeral Kome, 75 Galen st., Tuesday. Jan. 31 at 9:15 a.m. Solemn Keauiem Mass at St. Patrick's Church at 10. Relatives and friends are kmdlv invited to attend, CalLuiK hours. Monday only, 2-5 and 7-9 p.m. Late memoer or tne ransn Holy rvame Society and St. Patrick's Ushers Club. IROMV-In Revere. Jan. 28. Esther M. iCronin ., wife of Joseph V. Cionm of 2 Pratt st. and mother of Joseph V. Cronin Jr. and sister of Anna Duffy of Maiden. Mary Andrews of Revere. John J. Cronin of Charlestown and Julia Wallace of Lynn. Funeral from the Murray & Murray Funeral Home, 262 Beach st.. Tuesday, Jan. 31. at 9 a m. Solemn Hieh Mass of Requiem at the Immaculate Conception Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends may call Sunday 7-10 and Monday 2-5 and 7-10. Late member of N'.F. Pioneers and Maria Assunta Guild. JOHN S. REGAL John S. Regal. 78 Hardware Firm Owner Services for John S. Regal of 18 Alexander rd.. Newton, founder of John S. Regal and Son, Inc., hardware distributing company, will be this morning at 10:30 at the Solomon Chapel. Mr. Regal, 78, died Friday after a long illness. A native of Poland, he came to the United States at 16. He was in the hardware industry for a half a century and was a member of the National Wholesale Hardware Assn. and the New England Iron and Hardware Assn. At their 50th wedding anniversary in 1964, Mr. and Mrs. Regal established the John and Hattie Regal Loan Fund for students at Harvard University. Mr, Regal leaves his wife, Hattie P. (Hayes) Regal; two sons, Donald H. of Wellesley and Herbert F. of Newton; and three grandchildren. Country Club, American Legion Post 72, Wellesley Ki-wanis Club and St. Paul's Holy Name Society and a former official of Boston Athletic Assn. track meets. He also served as a captain in the Army during World War lAND-sunday. lair to partly cloudy 11. He was associated with Fi-lene's more than 30 years. He leaves a son, Robert J. List Jr. of Passadena Md.. and a daughter, Mrs. Stephen nd colder with chance scattered snow Van Ness Of New York. flurries in mountain area. NEW HAMPSHIRE Sunday partly cloudy and cold with chance flurries mountain areas. Westerly winds Increasing to 25 to 35 along the coast. MAINE Sunday partly cloudy In south and cloudy with scattered snow flurries in north and cold. Further snow accumulation north 4 to 7 inches. ZONAL FORECAST SOUTHEASTERN MASSACHUSETTS Sunday fair and seasonably cold. Highest temperature in the low Rabbi Berson Services Today Services were scheduled for 2 p.m. today in Congregation Toras Chaim for Rabbi Michael Berson, 83, of Chelsea, who died Saturday. Rabbi Berson, a native of and middle 30s. west to northwest Russia, came to Chelsea in winds 15 to 25 m.p.h. Fair and con-1907. He had been Spiritual tinued cold Sunday night and Mon- leader of Congregational day. Toms r.baim for manv vpars. CAPE COD AND THE ISLANDS . - He was a member of the Assn. of Rabbis of America, Agudath Israel of America 2nd Assn. of Legislative Rabbinate of America and was donor of a library to Radin Yeshivat Natania in Israel. RAIN .. Corbou24 H SHOWERS i I pgpj CL0U0V 1 '-1 CLOUDY MiAiktr -sA V flurries! ) .Bonoor 28 i -s r r' I 1 r Portland 30 I V copcord33,, , I A. I t Worcester 35 I --., 77T"7 Tbostow36 m 1 M r ., Providence- tff.. Sunday fair and seasonably cold. Highest temperatura in the middla 30s. Westerly winds 15 to 25 m.p.h. Fair and continued cold Sunday night and Monday. THE BERKSHIRE 8 Sunday I FIGURES SHOW TODAYS EXPECTED HIGH TEMPERATURES MT. WASHINGTON SUMMIT 8 p.m., Jan. 2K, 1fl Weather It. snow; wind 4S-S4 m.v B. . maximum 27; minimum in; preelpita-ir tlon .117; snow depth 4 Inches. Boston ReUtlTS Humidity Recorded at 8 p.m 79 and seasonably cold. Highest tem- Boston Temperature perature in the low and middle 30s MMn yesterday . 37 Degrees 8 p.m TEMPERATURES Maximum for 12 hours and mini mum tor 18 hours, both ending at He leaves a wife, Gussie Fair and continued cold Sunday night Departure from normal' J-7 Albany, NY (Shurmaster); three sons, Dr. Monday, H. Arthur Berson of Chelsea, Barnet Berson of Dorchester and Dr. Frank R. Berson of Newton and a daughter, Mrs. Anne Sampson of Chelsea. Lincoln D. Lynch Norwood Educator, 66 State Official Raps Charges On Lancaster 34 28 L. Angeles 58 22! Louisville 69 291 Memphis 43 !4 Miami Bch. 4 27 Midland.Tex 83 41 I Milwaukee 74 SI 37 21 48 28 6.S58 69.28 3tl 18 '60 Charles J. Rrunaccini 'fi7 Seventh Anniversary Hlrh Mass will be rel'brated at St. Joseph's Church, High at., Medford. MondiT. Jan. SO, at 8 o'clock. What would we give to aee his smilr. To sit and talk Just a while. Thft' absent you are always neir. Still loved, still missed, still very dear. Wife, children and grandchildren. 1947 Goldie Eavun-17 There Is a link death cannot sever, Love and remembrance last forever. Lovingly remembered by Louise Marks. 196fi-Marv Fallon 17 A Month's Mind Mass will be. held In Our Lsdy of Lourdes Church, Jamalra Plain, Saturday. Feb. II. at " SO a.m. Lovingly rememhered by her son, Thomas P. Fallon. 19fi4William K. Harrison 17 Lovingly remembered by Edna and Violet Harrison. 1935 Fannie A. (Justin 1967 Thouth absent, you are always near. Son Frank. 19fifi James A. Smith 1967 First Anniversary Mass at St. Anthony's Shrine. Arch st., Boston, Monday. Jan. 30. at 7:15 a.m. Memories warm and true From those who thought ths world of you. Lovingly rememhered by wife Katherine and children. George R. Spencer Always In my heart. Mass at St. Anthony's Shrine, Boston. Wife, Alice. 1965 William H. Haynes 1967 Second anniversary January 28. Mass well he celebrated January 3D at 13:10 at St. Peter and Paul's Church, South Boston. Lovingly remembered by his wife Florence and family. Gone, but not forgotten. EI.SEMILI.K'R Of 56 Shore rd.. Wel lesley, at Pompano Beach. Fla.. Jan. 27. Daniel, ace 6.1. husband of Ethel iMouitom, lathe Ft. Lauderdale Albert Gibehy Of Danvers, 29 DANVERS Services will be today for Albert Gibeley, 29, of 13 Orrantia Circle, a North Shore business man NORWOOD Lincoln JJ. cine 0f the state DeDt. of Lynch, superintendent of Mental Health, disagreed schools here for 24 years, died sharply Saturday with Saturday in Massachusetts charges leveled at the i-an- General Hospital. caster Training School for Mr. Lynch, 66, had lived on Girls. Old Chatham rd., Dennis, The charges of maltreat-since retirement in 1960. ment of inmates were leveled T T 1 117- iU , . ne was Dorn in weyniuum Dy jjr. Kobert tfelenky, a and pducated at Boston Col- arnd Damci1 w of Tho died Saturday in Beverly lege Boston University, Har- trist. who said he was resign- ton'reco'ds5 Departure this month 178 nhnnn'.rft. Departure this year 178 Amarillo Boston Precipitation Asheville Inches Atlanta Trtf-jl OA Virm- nnriintf ft nm 7Q Hillings Total this month to date 2.23 Birmingham 50 25IMpls.,St.Paul 2104 Departure from normal -1.32 Bismarck 22 091 New Orleans 59 32 Total this year 2.23 Boise 55 42 New York 36 31 Departure from normal -1.32 Brownsville 68 401 No. Platte 56 22 Buffalo 26 22IOkla. City nrjiaS n?t. r BurlingtonVt 28 211 Omaha TIJin.h rS Casper 48 34; Philadelphia th'8 m""th ,5$ Charlstn.SC 54 34i Phoenix 2 .Sre,a.S.0nrf,V.' lir ChrlstnWVa 34 24Pittsburgh IXlZLr d?J?rtH?f. sol Charlotte.NC 50 27! Portland. Me 30-year normal, corres. date .. 295 Chicago 30 17 Portland. Or. Barometer at Sea Level Cincinnati 33 18 Raleigh r- o..-.i rrti. v.j Inches Cleveland 32 24 Rapid City Dr. Samuel Uartakolf, head At 1 p.m : 29.25 Columbus, o 56 23 Reno of the division of leeal medi- At 7 D m 39-38 Denver 58 JS Richmond 33 231 StPrbg Tmpa 54 4S 21 .salt jake c. 67 25iSan Antonio 68 28 QPB3!San Diego 66 48 06 311 San Tan MASSACHUSETTS Des Moines Bedford 3fi 32iNewBedford 39 35 Detroit BOSTON 39 33! Worcester 32 29 Duluth .Nantucket 43 351 RHODE ISLAND Providence 63 29 38 32 36 32 79 41 29 21 3221 58 46 49 30 50 24 47 35 47 33 37 17 Concord Lebanon Burlington Montoelier El Paso Fargo 40 34 Ft. Worth Helena 51 31St. Ste Marie I 13 Houston 66 42 Seattle Tnriianannlic ll 11 Chrpunnnrl jo 4i r-orismoum si 40 jackson.Miss Sb 24 Spokane 33 251 Jacksonville 56 ,W Tucson J.V1 . Kansas C. 28 21iNewport 27 23 Las Vegas 30 23 , Little Hock CO VNECTICLT Hartford NEW HAMPSHIRE 41 18 Washington 59 36! Wichita 57 125 59 54 2414 56 48 62 29 50 40 81 43 43 34 4722 25 15 Old Town 40 251 Portland 29 19 31 23 T An At. namuiKnam. nrotner of William of xiuspiuu. Vard and UOlUmDia. ne Was lng as a consulting DSVChia- in 1950 and -6 in 1888. Randolph, Mrs Emma Kovar of rUrL corvre ar srhpHnleH j 'x.- Westport and Mrs. Dorothy Fulling-1 --x..w - - imiucu asbisiain. pinn-iax -jx insi at tne scnooi in protest ton of New Smyrna Beach. Friends: fnr 2 n m. at TemDle B nai 'NT,.,, Xliah CV,rnl in 1Q"11 t xu. i;x: invited to services at the Wads-! V , -c.. t i A """" , ' ul ule cuuuiuuua worth Funeral Home. 108 Lincoln; ADranam on x-cisi, uummy si., principal in 1933 ana super c... i iniiiiii.iiniu. nv a uaic uu .xillC1 KOirfiT V later. i ' to be announced later. '60 Lillian Gertrude Dunne '67 Lovingly rememhered and sadly missed. Masses being said at St. James Church. Arlington Heights. Sister Gertrude. 1966 Karl A. Hilli Sr. 19fi7 Lovingly missed hy wife Mary and sons Karl Jr. and Tom. CARD OF THANKS Ths family of the late FRANK BRODERICK wish to acknowledge with thanks the many kind expressions of sympathy from all his relatives, friends, and neighbors. Eleanor Broderick, and family. THE FAMILY OF THE LATE CIRIAC0 FIORELLO Wishes to thank the relatives, friends and neighbors for their many pressions of sympathy during their recent berevement. Mrs. I lorelio-uistetano tu Antnony) 10 p.m. The Family of the- Late JENNIE BENNETT Wish to thank their many friends and relatives for all donations and con dolences shown in their recent be-. reavement. The Family of the Late MARY FALLON of 3270 Washington at.. Jamaica Plain, wish to thank their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in tneir recent Bereavement ELYKO In South Boston. suddenly. Josephine M. ( Sullivan t beloved wife ol Michael J. Elyko; mother of Mrs. Lillian Baumeister. Mrs. Rita Murdock and Mrs. Patricia Page, grandmother of Lt. Michael C. Zerofsky. U.S.A.. Susan, Nancy and Karyn Page. Late residence 172 Wost Sixth st. Funeral from the O'Brien Funeral Home. 146 Dorchester st.. Tuesday at 8 o'clock. Solemn High Funeral Mass at St. Augustine's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours Sunday 7-10, Monday 2-4 and 7-10 p.m. FERZOCO Of Readville, Jan. 28. Annina (nee Ciarallil, of 6 Cross St.. beloved wife of the late Pelino and devoted mother of Georce. Benjamin, William. Jenney Abbatangelo. Mary Ciavole, Lvdia Polisce. Eva Curran. and Helen Colelia. Funeral from Pennacchio & Son Funeral Home. 1166 River St.. Hyde Park. Date of Funeral and visiting hours later. FORTUNE In Norwood. Jan. 28. Charles R father of Richard C. Fortune of North Smithfield. R.I. Services at the May Funeral Home. 85 Nichols at., Norwood. Tuesday. Jan. 31 at 2 p.m. Friends may call at the funeral home. Sundav eve ning 7-9, Monday 3-5 and 7-9 o.m. GIBELEY In Beverly. Jan. 28. Albert of 13 Orrantia cr., Danvers, beloved husband of Irene t Choin-ard). devoted father of David. Rob ert. Stephen and Susan Gibeley of Danvers. dear son of Joseph and Ester Gibely of Salem, dear brother of Sandra Bebchick of Danvers, Fay Myers of Brockton and Robert Gibeley of Wenham. grandson of Fannie Gibely of Salem. Services will be held from Temple B'nai Abraham. East Lothrop st.. Beverly, today at 2 p.m. Memorial week will be observed at his late residence. In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be made to the Temple B'nai Abraham Building Fund. ArranEements bv the Hy-manson Funeral Home. Lynn. GOl'LD Of 447 Brook st.. Framing-, ham. suddenly, m Minis, Jan. 27.1 Mary (Thomson), age 82, widow of John L. Gould. Friends invited to services at Wadsworth Funeral Home. 108 Lincoln t. (corner of Rcech st.l, Framingham, Monday. Jan. 30. at 2 p.m. Funeral home calling hours Sunday from 3:30-5 and 7-9 p.m. Member of Bon Accord Lodge 39. Brookline, and Daughters of Scotia. GRESHAM Of Lexington. Jan. 28. William C. of 36 Brandon St.. husband of Thekla (Geyeri. Services at the Douglass Memorial Chapel, 1844 Mass. av.. Lexington, Monday. Jan. 30 at 2 pm. Friends may call at the Douglass cnapel, sunaay afternoon 2-4 p.m. O'CONNOR In South Boston. Jan. 28. suddenly. Marie A. (Meanyl. beloved wife of the late John F. O'Connor: mother of Mrs. Ann Dav of Marshfield. Thomas H. of Brain-iron. and John J. O'Connor of Dor chester: sister of Mrs. Helen C. Schmidt of South Boston. Late residence 1620 Columbia rd. Com plete notice ivionaay. RISTAINO Of Medford, Jan. 28. Emelia 'of 23 uowen Avenue . m-loved wife of the late Anthony and devoted mother of Michael Ristaino. Mrs. Jennie Vitale, Mrs. Lucy Indigaro. Mrs. Eleanor Sacco and Mrs. Helen Vozella. Funeral from Cataldo Funeral Home. 374 Broadway, Somerville on Tuesday at 8 a.m. Solemn Requiem High Mass in St. Clement's Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Visiting hours 2-4 and 7-10. Mr. Gibeley was treasurer Jan. 28. i of Gihlee s Inc.. clothing stores in Salem and Beverly. He had been with the company since 1958, when he was graduated from Boston Uni versity. Dr. Tartakoof said he feels intendent in 1936. He operated the charges are "somewhat a boat yard and marina in exaggerated Dennis since his retirement. He was a Navy veteran of World War I. He leaves a wife, Marie facilities and personnel for (Murrill); three sons, Lincoln all its installations. Port of Boston Overseas Flights Today At Logan Airport ARRIVED Amnion T.AiiltfaTia R.anmnnt. nil. Cll.k. and unrealistic Northeast Petro, Chelsea, Amoco. (PAA). f 4k' r " nu.uftiiBn stun Ausu ajia, cai so. f llgnt ax ujia pwiu. Boston AiDany, J!., eosion, (faai. Hp ;aid th Youth Service Li"", Flight lfi ne Sdiu uie louu ocivue Mobilg.s Paulsboro. oil, Quincy, (EALi. Board has requested increased Mowi. night st Rome, Milan; INBOUND 57 London; 12:55 ivm. 135 Bermuda; 2 D.m. Bermuda; 4:02 p.m. D. Lynch Jr., assistant super- Mr. Gibeley was born Aug. intendent of schools in Pitts- 26, 1937, in Lynn and had field) Dr. Mark Lynch of Hart-lived in Danvers the last four ioT ct, and Timothy H. years. He was a member of Lynch of Harwich; a daugh-Amity Lodge of Masons in ter, Mrs. Marie Linowski of Danvers, the Boston Univer- Brewster; a brother, Edward sity Club of the North Shore, Lynch of Plymouth, and a Alpha Epsilon Pi fraternity, sister, Mona Lynch of Brock-the American Management ton. Assn., Salem Chamber of Commerce, Menswear Retail- . of America, Congregation Annette IhampiOI. "I'm sure," he added, "some deficiencies physically and in personnel if corrected would perhaps upgrade the total picture." Mrs. Elizabeth van Water, Lancaster superintendent, said she "could hardly agree" with ; Beienky s charges, wnicn sne called "inaccurate." Rio Arm (Arg.l, River Plate, car- p.m. (Alitalia) go, Castle Island, S. Boston, Patterson, Flight 21ft Wylde. SAILED Ampal (Isr.) Yokohama. Atlantic Navigator Oilport. Cities Service Miami Oilport. Heiie Mtou iuan.1, Antwerp. 3:10 San Juan; 8:40 p.m. 10:23 B.m. Richmond Maru (Jap.), Yokohama. (Jap.), Satsuma Maru DUE TODAY Yokohama. Tifereth Israel of Peabody and Temple B'nai Abraham of Beverly. He was also director of the Popular Credit Union of Salem. He leaves a wife, Irene (Choinard); four children, David, Robert, Stephen and Susan; his parents, Joseph and Esther Gibeley of Salem; two sisters, Mrs. Sandra Beb-shick of Danvers, and Mrs. Fay Myers of Brockton; a brother, Robert Gibeley of Wenham, and a grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Gibeley of Salem. Dr. A. L. Johnson Prof., Official At Harvard GREAT BARRINGTON - The body of 12.year.oM Services were held Saturday j0n Collie was found at 7 for Dr. Alfred L. Johnson, 85, p.m. Saturday in a wooded professor emeritus and former area of Stony Brook Reserva- administrative officer of the tion in Hyde Park. Harvard School of Dental Collie, who lived with his Wakefield Man Pulls 3 Boys Out of Lake Ameriran Forester Dublin, cargo, Boston & Albany, E. Boston. US Lines. Ameriran Reliance Hamburg. car- Boston & Albany, E. Boston, US .lnes. Charles V. (Lib). Aruba, oil, Quincy Oil, Quincy, Humble. Newfoundland Brit.). Liverpool, cargo, Hoosac, Charlestown, Furness, Withy. Rockhampton Star (Brit.), Australia, cargo. CasUe Island, S. Boston, Patterson. Wylde. Saga Maru i Jap.). Far East, cargo. Castle Island, S. Boston, Patterson, Wylde. Silver Pervilllon (Lib.), Venezuela, oil, Quincy Oil, Quincy, Humble. Texaco Montana Texas City, oil. White Fuel, S. Boston, Texaco. DUE TOMORROW American Challenger (PAA). Flight 940 San Juan; (ML). OUTBOUND Flight 58 London; 8 p.m. (PAA). Flight 184 Bermuda; 3:15 p.m. (PAAi. Flight 1.17 Santa Maria, Lisbon: 11 p.m. (PAA). Flight 2IS San Juan: f a.m. (PAA). Flight 941 San Juan: 8:15 a.m. (EAL). Flight 3.1 Milan, Rome; 8:50 B.m. (Alitalia). Flight 901 Bermuda; 8:40 a.m. (EAL). Boston etmrjap 0ldbt SUNDAY, JAN. 29, 1967 MINIATURE ALMANAC Eastern Standard Time Sunrise 7:01lM'nrise 9 13 pm Sunset . 4:54iM'nset 9:18am Lengta of Day 9:S3IDay of year 29 Formerly of Wellesley Mrs. Annette Bandler Champion, formerly of Boston and Wellesley, died Saturday in New York city. Wife of the late L. Stanley Champion, she was a graduate of Wellesley College and was active for many years on the education committee of Quannapowitt Women Voters. Francis Dohertv. 42. of 44 the Massachusetts League of Brewster rd., Was driving by cargo, Army Base, S. Boston, Sprague. Full Moon Feb. 24. 12:44 B.m.' WAKF.FIELD Three VOUnS cargo, Boston & Albany. X. v TTC T 1 1 Ct. ....... . - uoys were rescuea oaiuiuay afternoon after through thin ice plunging on Lake Liverpool, Turn on Headlights at 5:24 pm Boston. jr.m . " ' HIGH TIDE 1:12 1:30 Mobilfuel Corpus Christi. oil. Height of High Tide. .10J) ft 10,9 Northeast Petro. Chelsea. Mobil. LOW TIDE, .-,- Ji'R .'12 Olympic Cloud (Lib. i. Venezuela. Height of Low Tide . -0.7 ft -1.4ft oil. Humble, Everett, Humble. President Arthur Far East, cargo, MOON'S PHASES Commonwealth Pier, S. Boston, APL- Last Quarter Feb. 1. 8:03 p.m. MorMac. New Moon Feb. 9, 5:44 a m. Tobias Maersk (Dan.), Far East, First Quarter Feb. 17. 10:57 a.m. She leaves two daughters, Mrs. Gail McKissick of Mississippi, and Mrs. Marcia Stewart of California, and when he saw the boys go through the ice about 60 feet from shore. As he ran across the frozen lake to get tie Hyde Park Boy Is Found Dead The family of the late: MART ANN (PTTnOCCHI) OLSZ&K wish to thank the msn.v kind ex oressions of sympahty from all their relatives, friends, and neighbors during their bereavement. Mr. and sriARILLO-ONESSIMO In Somer ville. Jan. zo. doat-pnuie nicnix-iii beloved mother of Salvatore . R.. M3vn fi . anri Albert J. Onessimo. Funeral from the A. Strurziero and Sons, Funeral Home, 493 Somerville ave.. Tuesday, Jan. 31, at 8 Wish Mass of Reouiem in St. Anthony's Church, at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends respectfully, in vited to attend. Visiting hours Sun. day 7-10, Monday 2-4 and 7-10, Medicine. Dr. Johnson, who died Thurs- two brothers, Daniel and oySi Doherty broke through wyiiis canaier. several times m water up to his waist. He pulled out all three, later identified as Joseph D'Attilio, 9, of 6(5 Pleasant St., his brother, Mario, 7, and Kenneth Hunt, 8, of 59 Salem st. Lincoln Crash Kills Two; One Injured LINCOLN Two persons YT 7-12-24-34 fty45-57-73 STAR GAXElC0 ARIES MAR. 22 .APR. 20l TAURUS - APR. 21 MAY 21 r?30-41 -42-71 .gy 74-77-83-891 GEMINI MAY 22 sister, Mrs. Margaret A. Leary, 22, of 43 Thompson st., Hyde Park had been missing since 5 J" n rvic v IT, 5-15-23-33 K-47-56-67 day, received his dental de- 1:30 p.m. gree at Tufts aand later left Police said there were no ririvate practice to join the signs of violence find it ap- Tufts dental faculty as profes- peared that the boy could not were killed and a third critic- sor of Orthodontics. He held professorships at the Universities of Michigan and Pennsylvania before moving to Cornell in 1942 as a research associate. Dr. Johnson, author of two dentistry text books, was an associate dean at Harvard prior to his appointment as administrator. He leaves a daughter, Jane T., director of the vocational bureau at Vassar College. have killed himself in a fall, ally injured in a head-on col-Medical examiner Dr. Richard lision on Rte. 2 here Saturday. Ford said he would conduct Dead were the drivers of an autopsy. both cars: Daniel L. Bowser, The fully clothed body was 54, of 207 Fifth st., Leomin-discovered by Martin O'Brien, ster; and Edwin D. Hagerty, 49, behind his home Dedham St. The boy was reported mis at 36 21, of Ft. Devens. Injured and in serious con dition at Emerson Hospital, CANCER JUNE 23 JULY 23 3- 8- 9-531 54-55-66 LEO JULY 24 AUG. 23 Osl 7-1 8-27-28 39-73-82-87 -By CLAY R. POLLAN-Yoor Daily Activity Gasd According to fhe Start. To develop message for Sunday, reod words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. MCA SEPT. 23 OCT. 23 4- 6-19-36 148-68-80-' VIRGO AUG. 24 SEPT. 22 2-32-44-6:3, '65-72-81-861 1 Surprise 2 Concentrate 3 See 4 Keep 5 Form 6 Your 7 Cheerful 8 Those 9Todoy 10 F,ne 1 1 Delay 12 Gestures 13 Signing 14 Don't 15 Definite . 16 Socio! 17 Your 18 Outgoing 19 Plans 20 There 21 Moy 22Doy 23 Opinions 24 Move 25 Popers 26 Let 27 Charm 28 Help 29 Incident 30 Peopla- 31 Be 32 On 33 For N 34 You . 35Speok ' 36 To 37 Or 38 Feort 39 You 40 May 41 Are 42 In 43 A 44 Essential 45 Closer 46 Contracts 47 Your 48 Yourself 49 Or 50 Give 51 Lock 52 Attracting 53 Who 54 Con 55 Bestow 56 Mind 57 To 58 If 59 Doubts 60 Become 61 Of 62 Much 63 Morten I 64 Attention 65 Art 66 Favors 67 Frankly 68 And 69 Possible 70Oppressiv 71 Mood J 72 On 73 Put 74 To 75 And 76 Pleasure 77 Moke 78 Friends 79 Harmony 80 Perform 81 Them 82 Across 83 Favorable 84 Today 85 Selling 86 Quickly 87 Ideos 88 ProposHtcwis 89 Decisions I SCORPIO I NOV. 22 VVi tl0-22-33-52n 164-75-888 SAGITTARIUS NOV. 23 DEC 22 111 -13-25-37 46-58-69 )Good () Adverse (J) Ncntnl CAPttCOKM DEC. i JAN. 1-16-29 15062-76 nttwuTi m JAN. 21 FEB.' h4-26-38-49&l 159-60-70 FE8-. J 120-21 B1-6J-; sing by his brother-in-law, Concord, was a passenger in Hollis Leary Jr., 28, when he the Hagerty car, Ernest J. failed to return home for din- Long, 22, also of Ft. Devens. ner. The Leary home is little Hagerty and Long had re-more than a block from where cently returned from a tour the body was found. of duty in Vietnam. Share your problems with sympathetic readers write CONFIDENTIAL CHAT, care of the Globe. CAPSULED HEARING A revolutionary way for th hard ot hearinr to hear normally with a tiny hearing capsule hidden In the ear r-nal. You are invited to lnvestigat - VX NP-Pf'i''CF' IV "1 Brom-field St., Boston. U 8-3402. . Mrs. Nat euaUroccM. l i iiiiiiliiii a.

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