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Deaths and Funerals Funeral Notices MOULTON _ Mrs. Emiim f. Moullon, age 88 of York, died Jan. (i. Funeral services Thurs., 1 p.m. from the Roger K. l.ucas Funeral Home. Visiting hours, Wed. and evening. afternoon SMITH--Mrs. Hachael V. Smith of Washington lid., Rye dle.l Jan. 7. Funeral services al Katon Funeral Home, Need- hum, Mass., Kri., 1:30 p.m. Friends invited. Arrangements by J. Verne Wood Funeral Home. V E K N E V -- Mrs. Susie M.'Verney, of Ilamplon Falls, diet Jan. 5. Funeral services will !M held Thurs. at 1 p.m. from the Methodist Church, Shccp- scott, Maine. Friends mas call al the Sturgis Funera Home, Wed., 7 lo 0 p.m. Mrs. Emma F. Moutton YORK--Mrs. Emma F. Moldon, widow of John Moullon, died at her home yesterday. A native, of" this town, she vas born May 29, 1870. the laughter of the late L-yman and Bmily (Norman) Plaisled. Survivors include a daugh- er, Mrs. Laura F. Welch ot )over; a sister, Mrs. Lizzie Welch of York, and four grand children. South End Fire - (Continued from page one) lance when flames were seen bursting through [lie roof. Fire men were quickly coated wit ice as the water squirting fron tlieir hoses froze almost before i reached its target. : * '· Six hours after the Saltcr slrce blaze, firemen were called to 14 Vauglmn St. when an cverheafe chimney set fire to a partition. Chief Crompton said the fire apparently started in the basement and spread through a partition to an apartment occupied by Leonard Miles, his wife and three children. Firemen were forced to chop away a lar^c p.irt of a partition in the Miles apartment to get at the flames. The blaze was extinguished an hour after the first alarm sounded. Early today firemen were called lo the home of Franklin McWay, of C97'Islington St., when, an oil burner blooded but did not cause any damage. : * ft Meanwhile, in liollinsford, a [ire believed caused by a heating lamp used to thaw water pipes caused an estimated 515,000 damage to the homo of Wilfred Michaud-of Silver St. last night. Firemen from seven towns joined the Rollinsford firefighters in battling the blaze. Fire Chief Roland Sullivan who estimated- Ihe damage said the interior of the Michaud house was ruined by the lire. Sparks from Ihe flaming house fell on nearby homes bui ice and snow on the roofs kept the sparks from starting additional fires. . Kittery firemen also were kept busy yesterday. A blowtorch being used to thaw frozen ' water pipes started a fire on Coleman avenue at Kiltcry Point carry yesterday. Assistant Fire Chiei Frank Frisbce said the blowtorch was\being used in a house o cupied by Frank Sharckleford. Mrs. Rachael V. Smith HYE--Mrs. Rachael V. Smith, 77, widow of.Stephen W. Smith, died today at her home on iVashinglon Rd. Horn in New Brunswick, Canada, Dec. 25, 1881, she was he daughter of the late Joshua and Mary (Drown) Saundcrs, and had resided in Needham, Mass., for many years, coming to Rye four years ago. For many years Miy. Smll.li was active in the Needham Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons the Rev. Raymond F, S m i t h o! Concord, fo'rmer pastor ol Ihe Middle Street Baptist Church ia Portsmouth and now general secretary of the United Baptist Cocivention of New Hampshire, and Alexander J. Smith of Rye; V R A N K HANCOCK Maine Session - (Continued from page one) a daughter, Mrs. G. Bcasley of Limestone, Walter Maine; 10 grandchildren; two great- grandchildren a n d s e v e r a l nieces and nephews. The body will be forwarded to Needham for services and burial. Mrs. Susie M. Verney HAMPTON FAI.US Mrs. Susie M. Verney, formerly of Brunswick, Maine, died at her home here Monday after a long illness. A native of Alna, Maine, she was the daughter of Albion and Etta (Lowell) Kennerson, and was a member of the Ladies Circle of Ihc Baptist Church. She had resided in Hampton 'alls for the past five years, oming Jiere from Brunswick. Survivors Include two sons, llbrUsu of Shcepscot, Maine nd Leonard Verney of Nor valk, Conn.; a daughter, Mrs fclllc Gowell of Brunswick wo sislers, Mrs. Rosetta Bailee if Whitcfield, Maine, and Mrs icriha Hummerson of Alna ml seven grandchildren. Allan Woodcock Jr. of Bangor as majority, leader. Democratic senators cliose Sen Allon A. I.essard of Lcwislon mi norily ftoor leader with Sen. Peter J. Parley of Biddeford as assist ant. a * =3 House Republicans rcclcctcd lep. Robert G. Wade of Aubun majority floor leader and Rep Mbcrt Emmons of Kennebunk a ils assistant. · Ar.rt House Democrats ralifici heir earlier informal election o Rep. Lucia M. Cormier of Rum ord as minority leader and Rcr. Jerome Plantc of Old Orcharc Jeach as her assistant. Miss Cormier also was elcctci chairman of a Democratic steer ng commiltcc. None of these elections was con .cstect. Republican nominees for majo state offices, nominated last nighl ere due to be elected later loda when House and Senate meet joint convention. Miss Viola M. Brewsfe KENSINGTON -- Funcra services for Miss Viola May Ircwster, 42, who died in the louse where she was born, vcre held recently at the Brew- It Funeral Home in Exeter. The Reverends Sanford Faslh ind Roland D. Sawyer conducted lie service. Burial was in the local cemc- lery and bearers were Ray, iene and George Brewster, jrothers oE the deceased, and Robert Brabrant, a brother-in,aw. Besides her three brothers, urvivor.s include her father, Moses W. Brewster, arid two Kitlcry firemen were also called yesterday to the home o William M. Cynewski of 38 Boush St. wlion an oil burner flooded 1-2 ricco MAttmltj DRESSV DHESSES 15.99 10 $25.00 Velveteens, Biocades, Sitlns, Wools, Flannels. Lice. Maleinity Gowns, Slips, Girdles, rantifs, Nursing Bras, Sweaters, s]arks, Skirts, etc. Infants \Vear Dororhc Maternity Fashions Gl Market St. GK 6-1602 I'orts. IS YOUR CAR REALLY SAFE? BAD DRIVING CONDITIONS ARE AHEAD. CHECK YOUR TIRES CHAINS!! Moke Sure They Arc In Top Shape BAKER-WRIGHT 202;Court St. Porlimoulh Department ··: # heads nominate are Secretary of Slale Harold Goss. 75, of Gardiner for his nint 2-year term; State Treasure Frank S. Carpenter; GG, of Augu la, for his seventh 2-year term and Frank E. Hancock, 35, York for attorney general. Hancock received the majo ity needed for nomination o the fourth ballot In Republiea caucus last night. He dcfeate Dana W. Childs ot Portlan John T. Quinn of Bangor an Boyd L. Bailey of Bath, llaile withdrew after the second ba lot; GOP candidates for the Exe utive Council are Robert Travis of Westbrook, for a se ond term and slated lo be chai man; A r t h u r N. Gosline of Ga diner, also for reelection: Dav R. llaslings of Fryeburg; Fran Wood of Webster; William Silsby of Aurora; Rohen Browne of Bangor, and Be nard Esters of lloullon. Chester A. Odiorne Funeral services for Chester \. Odiorne, 69, of 56 Gardner St., a retired Portsmouth Naval Shipyard machinist, were held at Buckminsler Chapel today. The' Rev. John N. Feastcr, U.D., pastor of the Nor'h Con gregational Church, conducted the service. Included In the attendance was a delegalion from the Planning and Estimating Department a t t h e shipyard headed by Charles Clark, assistant chief planner; E a r Champagne, shop assistant, and Frederick S. Perry, supervisor. Also attending were representatives f r o m Brooks Motor Sales, Inc. Burial was in the family lot in Sagamore Cemetery with committal services by Dr. Feaster. Bearers were John McCann, Philip Smart and Kennard and Paul Little. winell Asks - (Continued from p»te one) biggest tourist alhac- Boardman-Ellis VFW CAPE NEDD1CK--A special joint meeting of the Boardman- Ellis VFW Post and Auxiliary has been called for tomorrow night at S o'clock at the Posl home here. 'All Post anc Auxiliary members are urgently requested to attend. Hampton Notes Members- of the CYO of 0 Lady of Hie Miraculous Med Church attended an ico show Boston Sunday. Classes in adult education tt start tonight at Winnacunnet Hi School. Programs have been ma available and further informal! may be obtained through I school. The Holy Name Society held regular monthly meeting Tuesd nielit. Prior lo the business me ing there was a demonstration and explanation of vestments used during ecclesiastical ceremonies. Mrs. E. A. TJuggan of New York City is visiting Mr. and Mrs. George I. Berwick, Ann's Terr. Mrs. Barwick has entered Exeter Hospital for surgery. Mrs. Marion Mcgrath will en- Icrtain the Missionary Sociely of he H a m p t o n - Baptist church at :ier home tonight at 7:30. There will be a meeting of the Suild of the Hampton Congregational Church tomorrow at 8 p.m. The WSCS of the Methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Norman Merrill, commit, tee chairman for Brownie Troop 2, has called a leaders' meeting for Wednesday, J a n . 14, at her home on Academy Ave. Stork Quotations A son to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Careno of 50 Salem St. yesterday at Portsmouth Hospital. A daughter to Mr. and Mrs Elmer Bridges of Wells today at Harbor Hospital, York n be retarded Is for this Lcgls- urc and 48 others to recognize cse problems quickly, anil meet em squarely,*' ho added. When It tomes to Ihe problem mental health, New Hampshire s "barely begun to break mind," said Dwinell. "We are rluiialc in having an excellent ate Hospital--one of the best the country--but beyond that, e are primitive," 1 lie said. Tile governor said he has been ersonally long aware of inade- acics ot tlie taconia State hoot" for mentally retarded ·rsons. Assrrling ihat the state can'l ford to dissipaU its funds "in ilt-way, makeshift solutions," \vinel! asked the legislators to ve careful consideration to a atcwide mental health survey Ihe American Psychiatric ssn. The association recommended tablishmcnL of a central State epartmeiit tit Mental Health. * f « Dwinelt said he is "in 100 per cut agreement" with a study ommittee which recently reco'm- icndcd that tile state buy the Lr-p ' Mt. Washington--highest i Ihe northeast and one of the ate's ons. D a r t m o u t h College, which owns ic GO-acre summit and the famed og Railway, has offered lo sell hem and other holdings to the ate for S275.DOO but a legislative attle seems certain. Some lawmakers have contended the col- ego is trying to "unload a white lephant." The governor said the state is oing much to encourage creation f cooperative school districts ut "should do oven more." lie Hacked "localism," which lie efincd as furious, narrow-mind d and ' short-sighted resistance o proposals for economics of ored by centralized operation. "Must we make do with a ram hackle schoolhouse that serves nly a few score families, when he crossroads store t h a t supplie liose same households has long ince yielded its trade to a supermarket five or ten miles away?" Dwinell asked. Reviewing the accomplishments of his four years in office, Dwinell said the state has survived wo record - breaking biennial budgets without major new taxes and has retained the 2',i million dollar surplus which existed when he was first elected. During the past four years, ttie iovcrnor said, New Hampshire las: Built or contracted for more than 200 highway projects repre senling more than 3000 miles of new roads al a cost of more than 100 million dollars. "The greatest highway program in the history of this slate is a full six months ahead of schedule," he said. Undertaken and largely completed almost 100 school construction projects to accommodate more than 25,000 pupils in 83 communities at a cost of more than 24 million dollars. Raised the standards of slate employment by integrating the state's pension plan with fcdera social security coverage, increas ing state salaries by an ovcral average of IB per cent and cs tabliitiing a five-day work wee! for virtually all state employes Hospital Makes Legal Move in Goodwin Estore ALFRED -- 'Another complication In Ihc dispute over the will ot E. Eycrctt Goodwin of York, who left most of his extensive estate to York Hospital, has developed. York Hospital has filed a petition in York County Probate Court asking revocation of It's approval ot a special admlnistra^ tor, which the court gave Dec, 27 on petition of Myra Norton Gallant of York, who challenged the wilt. In Us petition, York Hospital claims that the appointment of the special admlnistrtor, attorney Homer Waterhouse of Kcnncbunk, s'as made "without notice and on alleged facts which were not troper grounds for the appointment of a special administrator." The petition by the hospital urther says that "Homer Water- louse is not a proper person to x; appointed special adminislra- because'such an appointment creates a conflict of interest in he dual status he occupies in lial Water house Is the choice ol Myra Norton Gallant to collect and preserve the assets of the es- :ate in her behalf and also at- of record for Annie Goodwin wlio filed a petition for administration in the estate." ft (i c The hospital petition also elates that the interest of Myra Norton Gallant is "adverse and hostile to the estate." The estate in question is be lieved to exceed a million dollars although no definite figure has been made public as yet. In addition to money left to They're Working Three members ol New Hampshire's contresslo n a I dclefslton hive assured the Greater Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce they iilll do everything possible to ret some new Polaris submarine construction for the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. Telegrams to this effect were stnt to Ferris G. Ba- vlcehi. Chamber president, from U.S. Senators Styles Bridges and Norrls Cotton am! U.S. Kep. Chester E. .Merrow today. The Chamber had asked the legislators to do what thty can to get at least one of four new Polaris subs for Portsmouth. One of the four has already been assigned to the General Dynamics Corn. In Groton, Conn. 4.H. Legislature- (Continued from page one) No New Ideas - (Continued from page one) several individuals, the leaves all of Goodwin's capita' slock in the Community Trus 1 Co., which operates banks in Kit fery, York and Ogunquit, lo Robert S. Tract of York, who wa: also named co-executor o the will. The other executor i: Ralph Hawkes of York. The residue of the Goodwin es ale goes to York Hospital. Engineers Okay Hampton Project HAMPTON -- Brig. Gen. Aide K. Sibley of Ihe Boston office o U.S. Army Engineers plans 1 recommend to the Engineer offic in Washington that $320,000 in fed eral funds be provided for inr provements in harbor facilitle tiere and in Seabrook. Sib ley will make his recommen dation as soon as he receives a sorance t h a t local and state i dividual: or organizalions will I able to raise 37 per cent of th $440,000 total needed to complel the project. The chief of the Army Engineer will in turn make a recomme dation to Congress for the fund .The proposed project calls fi the deepening of the channel Hampton Harbor and the co slruction of additional chann marking and. dock facilities, Ne Hampshire Port Authority seer tary Alvin F. Redden said toda Marriage License Marriage intentions have bee filed at City Hall by James L Carr, USN, 20, of Shrevepor Halted the loss of existing in-'La., and Joan F. Trefethen, 19, :ho Poitiraoulh Hoiald, Portsmouth, N.H, Wednesday Evening, January 7, 1959 Kittery Point Firemen Elect Martin and Halleck haven't al- vays voted like Identical twins. At limes the older man looked even Jess conservative than Ihc younger. For Instance, in 1937 llalteck voted lo kill federal aid lo education; M a r t i n voted for the bill. President Eisenhower had plugged for a federal aid program -- uulil voting time came --· and afterwards he expressed disappointment at the defeat of the bill. But many backers of the measure said it was Eisenhower's own lukewarm atliludc lliat doomed ho measure. Tuesday Martin blamed seme of Eisenliower's aides -- but nol the President -- for a part in his defeat. Martin said he thought th'ey thought he was a IHlle loo iiutciKHKlcnt for (hem. Laler Eisenhower congratulated llallcck on his victory ami thanket Marlin for his many years service. He is a 43-year-old Manchester utbmobile seat cover manu clurer who is serving his fourtl enalc term. * * « Packard, a leading campaign ide to Powell, was elected 01 10 first GOP caucus ballot, dc- cating Sen. Edward J. Bennett R-Hrislol) 10-7 after Sen. Robert nglish (R-Hancock) withdrew is previously announced candi- overwhelmcd Reps. acy. Lamprey amuel Green of Manchester and . Wayne Crosby of Hilisborough or the House Spe.tkership. The otals: Lamprey 161, Green 72, rosby 10. A 37-year-old native of Dorchcs- T, Mass., Lamprey is a real state and insurance broken serv- g his fourth House term. Sic is former president of the New iampshire Real Estate Boards nd the New Hampshire Jnsur- nce Agents Assn. Senate President Packard to- ay announced appointment of ,en. Benjamin C. Adams (11- Dcrry) as majority floor leadei n the Senate. Like Packard, Adams was i eading campaign aide of Gov. elect Wesley Powell. Packard also disclosed that Sen. Curtis C. Cummings (R Colebrook) will serve as chair man of the powerful Senate Fi nance Committee. In Ihe House Rep. Jesse R Rowetl (R-Newport) was sched uled to become chairman of thi nfluential House Appropriation: :ommittee. In addition State Sen. Ceci Charles Humphreys ot New Cas tie will head the Senate' Judici ary Committee. Page 3 KITTKRY POINT--.lames P. Adams was elected chief of the littery Point Klre Department Holiday night at a meeting held it the station. Adams succeeds iVilllam Spinney, who was not i candidate for the office. Frank C. FYlsbcc was elected Any hustle Halleck carl give the House Republicans will be badlj needed in 1959 if they are not lo be drowned by the overwhelming Democratic majority with whic] they have to do business this year A f t e r the November elections; it ·hich .Rcpuhliciins of both houses uffercd smashing defeat, .liberal enate Republicans took the scl- ack as a public demand for more beral Republican thinking. Tliere's nothing to indicate fouse Republicans feel t h a t way. iut if.they feel the need for more ction its- understandable. A few igurcs show what they're up gainst this year. Last year in the House Demo- rats outnumbered Republicans 235-200. But, as a result of the lections, this year the score is 283 Democrats to 153 Republicans. Coast Guard Called The Portsmouth Coast Guard's 55-foot patrol boat was called out about noon yesterday to retrieve School Council To Be Organized HAMPTON -- John A. MeMa- lon, new commissioner of education for the Slate ot New Hampshire, will speak at the forma, uou meeting of the Winnacunnet High School Parents' Council on Jan. 15 at 7:30 p.m. in the school auditorium^. McMalioh, temporary chairman of the group which has been working to form the council, said a proposed constitution will be presented to the parents. It Is lxpcd a nominating committee will be elected tn submit a slate of of ficcrs at a future meeting. Many parents have expresscc a desire lo have a council formc" so the community can see wha the new sclreol is striving to d and enable Ihe school lo be ii closer touch with the citizens o tile four communities. Tt is hoped all parents and oth er interested persons will attcnc (his meeting. 38-foot lobster boat. "Beachcomber," which broke loose from Exams Planned For Freshmen PLYMOUTH (AI)--Plymout' and Kecne State Teachers Col leges today announced a ne\ system o£ entrance and place mcnt examinations for prospcc live freshmen. All entering freshmen will bo re-! quired lo take the tests, regardless of their scholastic standing in high sthnol. Tho two colleges said appli- sslstant chief; Brooks, captain; George Warren 'letcher, first lleiileinnl; John y. Waldrai. second lieutenant, nd Frank C. Estes, third licit- enant. Edward L. McClouit was re- lectcd secretary and treasurer; tarry F. True, .steward, and rederick S. Perry, assistant toward. May We Wish you all A Happy and Prosperous New Year WILSON'S K N I T SHOP 30J lUcliatdi ATC. .. GK 6-3878 Rosaries, Miisals, Bibles, Pictures, Card), Religious gift items of all kinds, O'BRIEN'S "Slar-oF-the-S«a" RELIGIOUS ART SHOPPE 270 Stale SI. GK 6-220J Ports. Is mooring in Hampton Klver. Keene 250. dustry, gained new factories and eathered a 1958 recession during hich the state's percentage of ibless averaged only half that ol ic nation as a whole. SEMI-ANNUAL SALE OF RED CROSS SHOES . t . andCOBBIES Rustic - Aires $799 NOW JUST We ,e $10.95 to $12.95 U I I V * ^ ^ W l k ^ $799 $R99 · and ^^ Were $10« to $1395 · Wide variety of stylej in walking shoes and dress shoes. Wide range of sixes, widths. But hurry for best selections. Sorry, no mail or telephone ordert SHAINES DOVER PORTSMOUTH Complete Line of of 227 Marcy St. Prayer Sjsrvice Tonight in Eliot ' ELIOT--Miss Phyllis Adams will lead the members of the Advent Christian Church' in a prayer service tonight at 7:30. The Women's Home and Foreign Mission. Society will meet at the home of Miss Sally Wcnl- worth 'on Main St. tomorrow night at 7:30. The Rev. G. Robert Bates led Sunday services in the absence of. the Rev. Banks Setzer who has been called to North Carolina by the illness ol his mother. Miss Donna Garland was in charge ot the Youth Fellowship meeting and Mrs. William Gough led the Mit.ows. . · Hearing Aids · Cords · Batteries Alia Prompt, Friendly Service ZENITH -- the royalty of hearing oidl The Eye Glass Shop 46 Doniel St. GE -4509 Our Modern Pharmacy. Supplies AH Your Health Needs Our main purpose ii sofeguard your health. moke it cur buiinen to be*-' II lupplied with all the product* that good health require t, and our Itaff of trained pharmacists give accurate, careful attention to your doc* tor's prescriptions. WEALEY f S PHONE FOR A LOAN BENEFICIAL Get cash the Mrip way; Coll and (ell us how much you want. Then come by and pick it up. Why r.ot phone today? Loans $20 to 51400 or more Loans over $300 life Insured at low cost. 22 CONGRESS STREET, PORTSMOUTH (Across from Newberry's) Phone: GEneva 6-5720 . Ask for the OPEN F8IDAY EVENINGS UNIlt 3 P.M. ts] msit la reildiiFt ·[ fill Ktitv-i-ng liwn E.EIUFICIAL FINANCE CO. 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