Daily News from New York, New York on October 9, 1975 · 104
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Daily News from New York, New York · 104

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OBITUARY WALTER FELSENSTEIN . Berlin, Oct. 8 (AP) Walter Felsenstein, 74,- who after the war founded and became director of the Comic Opera in" East Berlin, died today after a long illness, the official East German news agency ADN reported. Under the Vienna-born Felsen-stein's direction, the Comic Opera became one of Europe's best known musical theaters, characterized by its colorful presentations end thorough preparation. Productions that drew particular attention included "Porgy and Bess" and "Fiddler on the Roof." FRED V. MORRISON Oldtown, Md., Oct. 8 (AP) Fred W. Morrison, -69, a longtime broadcast reporter apd former director of public relations for the Republican National Committee, died today at his home. He was one of the founders of the Radio-Television Correspondents Galleries of the United States Congress. Death Notices SlMAK Mary. Oct. 7, 1975. Beloved wife of the late Charles. Dear mother of Anne Ter-lecky, Mary Giordano and Rose Terranova Also survived bv 5 grandchildren & 1 great Rrandchild. Reposing TRZASKA FUNERAL OME, 741 51h Ave. (nr. 68 St.) Bkiyn until Sat. 9 A.M. Requiem liturgy, St Mary's Catholic Church, 10 A.M. TACONA Ronald. Beloved son of Concetta (Nee Compostol, and Angelo (AD Dear brother of Robert. Reposing SCARPACI CHAPELS 1401 86 St. until Saturday 9 A.M. muss pi. prengan murcn y: ju a.vu TOOHEY Mary (nee Malone). Oct. 7. 1975. I niina ceiovea wire of the late James mumer ot mary Beatrice & Anna. Also survived by 12 grandchildren & 20 great-grandchildren. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 1 W 190 St., Bx. Funeral Mass St Jerome's Church. Fri., 10 A.M. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. VECCHIONE Joseph Beloved brother of Salvatore & Henry. Reposing GUIDETTI FUNERAL HOME, 33 Spring St. til Sat. 9 A.M. VINCENT Paul (Vincenzo). Noed pianist & teacher for 65 yrs. Oct. 7, 1975. Beloved husband of Julia. Devoted father of Paul Jr Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 20 Snyder Ave., Bkn. Funeral Mass Fri , 9:45 A M. Holy Innocent's R.C. Church. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. , WOLFE Robert Emmet. Oct. 9, 1975. Of Calif. Loving father of Elizabeth Gregory - Dear brother of James. Also survived by 1 grandson Reposing JAMES FUNERAL HOME, 540 B'way, Massapequa. Mass Our Lady of Perpetual Help R.C. Church, Sat. 9:45 A.M. Interment Breslau Cemetery Hrs. 3-5, 7-10 P.M. f-5rYl BALLS if 5 i M 7V )3 night QlPSK; I F Va Li J" - I Pi-Mfl REGULARS LN 7 JfJJ.f iWfiif l. ml iM WY' $ M"lfft tell mmmmmmmm Sil baskets power house immmmmmmmi:&mm ?' VI W vJSw U Wi O Or. I PEANUT BUTTER V fwl wm-m a8lw Fjk-J V3 rKl M tA fIRST QUALITY ! IMPERIAL M yfxT7 21 Z' V (r i-trnOl mMht-i ' 'n IRW AMA VSL aAaSTU 'MA.$lt?i omminvimi isiiGiLT COOKIES ftsSM." CI riCAm. I ffy JM l V . auANmr CUP PA CKED MV I ftA' 1W" uro PR'CE 1 MARCAL FULL POUND iitSBfriml 'JJ 'Jt yKs ' vao- PSTIC PARA ' !ll?esr ilWZJ lWSPfCMM WRAP JEJ NUGGETS itU cSCurs JM IV 95.83 FEET IN J """ i UNTIL SAT. 1 W ff 1 5 t , , CUTTER BOX .ri iV.,r?Tf.. :.259i OFF I " III SUSAN BRANDEIS GILBERT Susan Brandeis Gilbert, 82, an attorney and daughter ., of the late Associate Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis, died yesterday at St. Luke's Hospital. Miss Brandeis, who used , her maiden name professionally, set a precedent in 1925 when she became the first justice's daughter to practice before the tribunal. Her father withdrew from the bench and did not take part in the decision. Miss Brandeis, who married the late Jacob H. Gilbert, also a lawyer, in 1925, was involved in the affairs of the Brandeia University in Waltham, Mass. Services will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. at the Temple Ro-delph Sholom, 7 W. 83d St. CHOU HSING Tokyo, Oct. 8 (AP) Chou Hsing, 70, a leading official of China's Yunnan Province, died last Friday in Peking, the official Hsinhua news ' agency said today. The agency said he was a member of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, deputy of the National People's Congress, first secretary of the party's Yunnan Provincial Committee, and chairman of the Yunnan Provincial Revolutionary Committee. - Traffic Toll Dips 18 in Oil Crisis Washington, Oct. 8 (UPI) Thanks in part to the Arab oil squeeze, the number of traffic deaths on the nation's roads and highways decreased by 9,550 last year, the government reported today. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, in an annual report to the President and Congress, said 45,534 people were killed in traffic accidents during 1974. The total was down 18 from 55,084 deaths the previous year. The report said the lowering of speed limits, less driving and changes in driver habits all related to the high price of gasoline, had a dramatic impact on traffic safety. Civy Inspectors Get the Dirt on Eateries 1 The Health Department cited 10 food-handling establishments yesterday for violations of the city'B Health Code. Each of the places has failed two inspections and an administrative hearing. They will be inspected a third time within the next week, and the department may close any establishment that has not corrected its violations by that time. Those cited were: MANHATTAN: La Groceria, restaurant, 333 Sixth Ave.; Lantern Village, 468 Sixth Ave.; Carmen Restaurant, 963 Amsterdam Ave.; La Casbah, 175 Bleecker St.; Mexican Gardens, 137 Waverly Place; Shima Restaurant, 12 Waverly Place; J & V Restaurant, 14 W. Fourth St. BROOKLYN: Cozzoll Restaurant, 417 Fulton St.; Commodore Theater candy stand, 329 Broadway; Ann & Harry's restaurant, 9050 Fort Hamilton Parkway. The Health Department also announced the results of eight final inspections. Five establishments had corrected their violations: Moon Pub, 71-23 Elliot Ave., Maspeth, Queens. Cafe Reggio, 119 McDougal St.; Gram-ercy Deli, 266 Third Ave.; Wee-Zee restaurant, 555 New York Ave., Brooklyn; Pier 60, 43-58 60th Place, Ridgewood, Queens; singles singles RESORT RANCH if.fi Fu" 4"daV. J 1 from fOU 3-nite pkj. 1 ! Incl. taxes & service charges Make Love Not War This VETERANS DAY WEEKEND October 24-27 Nine all-vou-can-eat meals. Room with bath. Live rock band. Horseback riding. Tennis. Archery. Hay rides. And much more! FREE: Cocktail party. Bloody Mary party, Midnight buffet and all the wine and beer you can drink 10 P.M. - 12 Midnight. Plus free charter transportation from N.Y.C. Call Collect: (518) 589 6430 Group Bates Available. ROUTE 23A HAINES FALLS. N.Y. Come make it with us. You'll go home tired. Four Guys delicatessen, 219 Thompson St., was permitted to reopen. - - Two establishments, Silvertop Mr. Television is now Mr. Telephone. Milton Berle on Dial-ft-Uohe. (212) 999-3838 Remember how you enjoyed Uncle Miltie once a week on the TV screen? Well, now you can enjoy him every day on your own telephone. Dial 999-3838 to hear one of show business's funniest stars on specially recorded 60-second tapes. NewYorkTelephone Diner, 1656 Decatur St., Brooklyn, and Alibi Inn, 6389 Amboy Road,, States Island, were ordered closed. ' ACUPUNCTURE & KUNG-FU PLUS Finger-Press Treatment Herb Medicine l-Ching Phrenology ""Certificate Issued Upon Completion. SPECIAL Movies on Chinese Culture and Acupuncture. Color. Sat. Oct. 11, T9T8 T PM Donation: $1.50 ALAN LEE'S CHINESE KUNG-FU, WUSU ASSOCIATION 883 Sixth Avenue, N.Y. (212) 244 8565 f H M- a a P3 XA a- o o w W 3 in

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