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THE PORTSMOUTH HERALD, PORTSMOUTH, N. H. -- Thursday, January 5, 1967 Page 3 Deaths and Funerals Funeral Notices CASWELL-Mrs. Helen (Carter) Caswell, ago 81, of Newmarket, died at (he Exeter Hospital, Jan. 4. Funeral services will be held Sat. at 2 p.m., from the Brisson and Kent Funeral Home, Ncwmar- ' ket. Friends and relatives are invited to call at the funeral home, Fri. V-9 p.m. COLLINS-Anclrew J. Collins Jr., 45, ot 200 McDonough St., died Jan. 5. Funeral from the Karrell Funeral Home, State St., Sat. morning. High Mass ot requiem at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at 9 a.m. Friends . invited. Visiting hours Thurs. 7-9 p.m., and Fri., 2-4, 7-9 p.m. Arrangements by the : Farrell Funeral Home. ELKINS-Mrs. Alice Elkins, widow of Albert Elkins, o! 90 Harnden Ave., Watertown · Mass., formerly of Hampton " Falls, died Jan. 5. Funera" services will be held Sat., al 1 p.m., from the Slurgis Funeral Home, 150 High . Street, Hampton. Burial in the High Street Cemetery, Hamp Ion. No visiting hours. ELWELL--Mrs. Anna EKvcll widow of Harry N. Elwcll o Winnicunnet Rd., Hampton died Jan. 4. Funeral service: will be held Sat., al 2 p.m. from the Slurgis Funera Home, 150 High St., Hampton Burial in the High Street Cem etery, Hampton. Friends ma call at the funeral home, Fr .evenings, 7-9. GllEEN'--Prentice S. Green, ag 52, of Country Pond, Kingston N.H., died Jan. 4. Funera services will be held Sat., al 3 p.m. al the Kingston Congre- · galional Church. Friends may call at the Brewitt Funeral Home, Exeter, Fri., 3:30-5 and · 7-9 p.m. HASSETT-John J. Hassett, 69, of 190 Middle Rd., died Jan. 5. Funeral from (he Farrell Funeral Home, 664 Slate SI., Sat. morning. High Mass of requiem at the Church of the · Immaculate Conception at 11 · a.m. Friends invited. Visiting hours Thurs. and Fri., 7-9 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Portsmouth Hospital Building Fund. Farrell Funeral Home charge of arrangements. KELLEY--Merrill S. Kelley, of . Sanford Rd., Wells, Maine, died in Gardiner, Maine Jan, 3. Funeral services Fri. afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Wells C o n g r e g a tional Church . Friends may call aft the Angell /.Funeral Home, 9 Dane St. Kennebunk, Thurs. evening. PfERCE--Died in Portsmputh Tues., Jan. 3, George Pierce of 21 Brewster Si., Ports ·moulh, former Nashua resi dent. Funeral services will hi held in the Fanvell Funera Home, 18 Lock St., Nashua - Fri. morning at 10:30. Friend are invited to attend. Buria will take, place in Riversid Cemetery at Milford, N.H Calling hours at the Fa reel Andrew J, Collins Jr. Andrew J. Collins Jr., 45, of 00 McDonough St., died today t Portsmouth Hospital. A native and lifelong-resident, c was born in Portsmouth on larch 31, 1921, the son of .ndrew and Helen (Walsh) Coins. He was a member of the :hurch of the Immaculate Con- eplion, and was employed at 70 Ccntincntal'Shoc Co. Survivors include his widow, Irs. Vunda Bisognani Collins; wo sous, Andrew J. Ill and etcr W. Collins, and a laughter, Mrs. Carol Bicrman, all of Portsmouth; t h r e e irolhers, Cornelius, Peter and lohn, all of Portsmoulh; two ;is[crs, Mrs. Margaret Mini :hiello of Portsmouth and Mrs. Catherine Veroneau of Spring- 'ale, Maine; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. He was a veteran of World War II. 'Excellent Bids' Teresa "cxcel- a f t c r City Treasurer Hemarais reported lent bids" today Prentice S. Green K I N G S T ON-Prontice S. Green, 52, of Country Pond, died in Exeter Hospital last night after a long illness. He was born Feb. 1, 1914, at Holyoke, Mass., Iho son of Harold and Edith ( S m i t h ) Green. He was a graduate of West- opcDing bids for the annual city loan in anticipation of (axes yesterday. "The market today is very good," she said. The successful bidder for the S2 million loan was (he New England Merchants National Bank of BOslon, which quoted 3.46 per cent interest. Next hcst was from the New Hampshire National Bank of Portsmouth at 3.47. Other bids were by the First National Bank of Portsmouth, 3.85, and the Sfafe Street Bank and Trust Company of Boston, which bid for SI million, half at 3.65 and half at 3.79. The City Council authorized the borrowing of $2.5 million Dec. 5, but CKy Manager Robert C. Violclte decided the cily could get by with 52 million. From Page One Parish Cool To Idea of New School Members of St. Catherine's "These contributions were re- Parish, in a recent poll, showed ported on the financial stale-an almost complete lack of in- ment of the Democratic State|tercst in building a new Catholic Committee, filed with the Sec-|school in the city, or even a relary of Slate as a lump sumismalled re l i g i o us education contribution from (he Tom »»"'"- Mycent brunch. The names of the individuals were reported in he Mclntyre report. HATCH ACT (his information wilh adequate lime for me to find Ihc answer would have enabled Mr. I^oeb to tell his readers the whole truth. From Page One "This was done simply be- 'or a niulti-phase new school, cause of the press of lime in the' 55 voting for a catechetical closing days of the eleclion v cenler, while 105 voted for no campaign, when the various re- plans for either a new school boro High School and the New England Conservatory of Music before becoming a violinist with Ruby Newman's Society Orchestra of Boston in the 1930's. He had been employed since 1940 as a captain and pilot with Northeast Airlines until retiring " 1 1953. He is survived by his wife, Irs. Janet (Lawson) Green; a aughter, Mrs. Peter G. Robinon of Portsmouth; three grand- hildren; a sister, Mrs. Richard i. Snow of West Redding, Conn.; and a half-sister, Mrs. oyce Cuevas of Miami, Fla. Mrs. Harry N.Elwell ·HAMPTON - Mrs. Anna El- veil of 235 Winnacunnet Road, he widow of Harry N. Elwell, died yesterday at Exeter Hospi- al. Mrs. Helen Caswell NEWMARKET - Mrs. Helen Caswell, 81, died yesterday in Exeter Hospital after a long illness. She was born in Taftville, Conn., Oct. 31, 1835, - t h e daughter of Joseph a n t Georgians (Stubbs) Carter. She had lived here 71 years, making her home at 223 South survived by two center. The results of the poll, which was printed in the church bulletin, showed only 37 voting TAX CHANGE Today, Ihe governor said he will recommend Ihc.creation of positions' for three business supervisors in Ihc Department of Administration and Control to help effect "the efficiencies thai all of us desire." But, he added, "we musl face up to the fact that state government, just as every other business in Ihe state, will be more expensive to operate in the next two years." King said "a substantial increase In the state appropria tion to higher education will he tearing Due On Count Of Ballots wrts had already been prepared, and the technical difficulties involved in retyping the reports seemed lo indicate that Ihe Mclntyre report would he the most convenient vehicle to use lo list the names of contributors in order lo comply with the most stringenl interpretation of statutes. "This was done on the same the New Hampshire necessary because Ihe fu Main Si. She is Funera; Home, Thurs. 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. fron brothers, William W. and Raymond, both of this town and :\vo nieces. Mrs. Albeit Elkins HAMPTON FALLS - Mrs. Alice Elkins, 97, of Watertown, Mass., a former resident here, died today in Wallham, Mass. She was porn in Scabrook, Aug. 1, 1869, the daughter of John and Abby (Redmen) Chase and was the widow of Albert Elkins. Survivors include s e v e r a l Born in Norfolk, Mass., she vas the daughter of Jesse and Marion (Logan) Mann and was a teacher in Newburyport,' Mass., for many years. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary Post and Orient Chapter 22 of the Order of Eastern Star of Exeter, '.be First Congregational Church of Hampton and the Daughters of America. Survivors include a daughter, Ir;. Marion M. Mason of Hampton, and three grandchildren. MerrilTsTKeJIey WELLS - Merrill Spencer Kelley, 75, ol Sanford Road, died in Gardiner H o s p i t a l nieces and nephews. George Pierce George Pierce, 78, of 21 Brewster St., Nashua, died at Portsmoulh Hospital yesterday after a short illness. Born in Lowell, Mass., May 7, 1888, he was the son of Elmer and Nellie (Bow) Pierce. He was a retired machinist at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and for many years resided in Portsmouth before moving to Nashua. Survivors include a son, Paul S. Pierce of Nashua; a daughter, Mrs. John Burke of New Orleans, La.; three grandchildren; and two nieces. theory as the decision of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee to file a pre- election financial statement which was clearly illegal on its face, wilh Ihe understand^ lhat after Ihe urgency of the campaign was over, the Republican State Committee would resubmit an amended report. "I do not challenge the validity of this Republican procedure. "Thus, in no circumstances as far as I am able to tell at Ihis time did any of the contributions listed in Mr. Locb's newspaper coma to me, but rather they went to the Democratic Slate Committee. : 'This is of course in full compliance with all relevant slate and federal law. "In summation, as far as I can determine, no laws been broken by any pariy lo Ihe contributions described in Ills Manchesler Union Leader. 1 believe that Publisher Locb owes a full apology to the individuals concerned, whose names he has ried to besmirch." or center. Moreover, the majority of the parish m e m b e r s apparently iidn'l bother to vote at all, Kcausc the church bullelin shows an adult population in the parish'of 1,076. A spokesman at the rectory refused any comment whatsoever on the outcome of the poll. This poll is part of a longl range study being made on the ' future of parochial schools. . * * * · The three possibilities were conslruction of a new six or eight-room school building at an estimated cost of $400,000; construction of a small cenler for religious education; or no new construction at all. Although Ihis is apparently a .ong-range study, a spokesman in the Diocese of Manchester last month said the possibility of change is real. The growing co=ta of non public school? is putting a vcrj heavy strain on limited financia resources of the various Catholic parishes. On the olher hand, City o Portsmouth school officials ar understandably nervous abou' laving lo absorb the school popu la'.ion of St. Patrick's Schoo into Ihe public school system which capacity. already close -ti Accident Report A truck driven by David Stevens, 21, of Stralham, and owned by Ihe Diamond National Corp., of Rock S'.reet, collided with a Iruck parked by Arthur Sacramone, 36, of'496 Grecnsidc Ave., on Meeting House Hill Tuesday afternoon. However, Catholic l e a d e r s said they are fully aware Ida a transitional period will bi necessary--if a change i: made--and Portsmouth schoo officials will be given ampli advance notice. From Page One From Page One Tuesday. He was born in Wells, the 5 Committees CONCORD - State Sen. Eileen D. Foley, D-Portsmouth, was named today to serve on five Senate committees for this session, of Ihe state legislature. Sen. Foley is on the Judiciary, Education, Ways and Means, Fish and Game, and Engrossing Bills Committees. son of Jacob and Florence (Morine; Kelley and -retired from the State Highway Commission in 1959. He was a member of Wells Grange No. 453 and the Sportsmen's Fish and Game Club. He was also a former 4own road commissioner. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ethel (Haines) Kelley; a son Jacob daughters, M. of Wells; Mrs . Jennie two A . Spooner of Somerswortb, and Mrs. N. Rosalie, Waltz of Richmond, Maine; four g r a n d children; and two great-grandchildren. HASSETT sett's, Inc., on Congress Street, a music store. A veteran of World War I, he was a member of the Church of the Immaculate Conception, a trustee of the Piscataqua Savings Bank, director of the YMCA, member of the Warwick Club, Portsmouth Yacht Club and Newcomen Society. Mr. Hasselt was a charter member of the Portsmouth Country Club and for many years was active in stale golfing circles. He was also a member of the Wenehasa basketball team, a team formed by a group of students at Portsmouth High School, before Ihe school organized that sport. Later, he was a member of the high school athletic council for many years. Besides bis son, survivors in- Collision EXETER--Turning off Por^mouth Avenue last night, a car, police said, driven bv Lee Ann Michaud, 19, of 17 Daniel St., was in collision wilh a car driven by David Skoplund, 22, of 16 Carlson Road, Hampton. dude his widow, Mrs. Frances E.S. (.McCarthy) Hassett) a daughter, Miss Mary Priscilla Hassett of Portsmoulh; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Paul S. Slawson and Mrs. John H. DeCourcy, both of New Castle, and several nieces and nephews. McINTYRE first elected to the Senate i 1962 to complete the four year remaining in the lerm of th late Sen. Styles Bridges, N. H. Mclntyre is New Hamp shire's first Democrat in Ih Senate since Fred Brown \va 'lecled for one term in 1933. Melntyre's victory in Novem her was over retired Brig. Ge larrison R. Thyng, who h; called for a harder line in tl Vietnam war. Mclnlyre firm 'ndorsed Johnson's conduct he war. Portiraouth CLIFF'S Much Better Selection FREE PARKING Draff Call lure growth of this state is de pendent on the quality of edu cation it provides." He reiterated his support for vocalional - technical education and slate scholarship programs He said ho will recommend th money be appropriated for th construction of a new technica institute in Nashua. The governor said he wi ck funds for a junior colleg s a beginning of a program at hopefully will find a junio llegc in every area of Ih ate in the years to come." In the area of slate heallh rvices, King said ha will "rc- uest that Ihis legislative ses- on rccognixc" the need for 'oviding such services to hose families . . . whose in- ome is so low thai they ean- ot afford proper medical serv- ile added that he expects "an ncrease in our welfare costs ut'it js something we have to ace up to." King called community men- al heallh clinics "the key lo he future in the mental health eld and I shall recommend a ubstantial increase in Ihe ;ate's appropriation fo them.' He said he will lend his sup- »rt to a bill seeking a reor- anization ol the stale Depart- nent of Labor so it "could pro- ide bettor services to all: \nd he added he will seek en ctment of legislation lhal A hearing on Ihe possibility f counting absentee ballots in 1 orlsmoulh during Ihe day will irobably be held here within wo weeks or so by the Cit Legislative Delegation. Thai's what the chairman Stale Rep. William F. Keefe. said today. Yesterday, the delegation met n Concord to discuss the situa ion, and Keefe and other mem bers went over a hill he un successfully introduced t w o years ago. This bill was drawi y City Ally. John C. Driscoll Keefe said. During the discussion ycster day, there were a number o reservations about the pos sibility of day counting of th absentees lo prevent the long drawn-out count afler the volin; machine lally. Keefe said he appointed committee of three legislator lo study the mailer and pcrhap come up \yith another bill whic (he majorily could support. Appointed lo (he- committc ere Slate Heps. C. Cecil Dame -Ward 3, chairman-. Arcliie I). icEachorn, D-Ward 1, and Panic Gerhcr, D-Ward 5. Kccfc said there will also he n organizalional meeting of Ihe clcgation Ihe same night as ic absentee ballot hearing ccrs will be elected. vould give the governor and the executive Council Ihe power to review the rules and reg lations governing the disposi ion of unemployment compcn ialion benefits." The governor touched upon a ·ariety of proposals he mad during the 1966 election cam laign. He said he would recom nend: -- The creation of a consum er counsel in the office of Atlor ney General to deal with "un scrupulous business practices. -- Licensing of "all home n pair contractors and salesmen. -- A bill to prohibit "unfa and misleading advertising r WASHINGTON' (AP) The Pentagon called today for the induction of 11,900 men in March, keeping Us induction rate al a reduced level for 13C7. All will go to the Army. The March call is 1.000 higher than February's but short of the 15.COO bring summoned for duly this month. The March call of 11,000 compares to 22.-I09 in March 196G. Last February 20.100 were summoned and last January 3S.280. Secretary of Defense Hubert S. McN'amara said laic last year Iliat ilraft calls in early 1967 would be lower than in 19G6 as Ihc Vietnam buildup reached a levcling- off point. 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St. Catherine's Mrs. Catherine Ballon will be ic chairman of tonight's card arty at St. Catherine's Church xjginning at 8 o'clock in the arish hall. i Assisling her will be Mrs. Ann: .inchey, Mrs. Margaret Werns- orfer, Mrs. Phyllis Fullam and Irs. Molly Chierichetti. iarding secondary mortgages." 'he measure would require scc- ind mortgage lenders to he li- ensed by Ihe Banking Dcpart- ncnt. -- A measure that would give he Safety Department "broader authority to suspend (driv- rJ IsfcO.W in cas-i Da!fd: Ja-.'jatf PAUL l.\. LA'ASOU By /!/ William V/. Tr«t iV. Treat, h's A1!:rr.ef Theotre By the Sea Certs Street Portimoulh, N.H. presents "The Moon Is Blue" by 1. Hugh H e r b e r t la lighl-Hcarred comedy) Curtain at 8:30 Thursday Ihiu Sunday Until Jan. 15 servaliam 431 -6660 licenses." 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