Daily News from New York, New York on July 8, 1968 · 48
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I Death Notices " CROURKE James (Fo-merfv of" Rldoe-wood, N. v.). Retired from Depfe W-chase of The City of N. Y. on July 6. 1968. Age 80 years. Funeral Wednesday :30 A.M. From Peter J. Geis Funeral Home, S7-34 Catalpa Ave.. Ridgewood", N. V. Solemn High Reejuiem Mass. . St. Matthias R.C. Church. 10:15 A.M. Visit- - Ing hours 2-5 and 7-10 P.M. . 0ROURKE John T. July . 196B. Beloved husband of Catherine (nee Delaney). Devoted father of John Jr., Elizabeth Blake, Stephen, Anna, Patricia Hewitt, Marie O'Hara, Susan Karpoich and Irene Bush. Brother of William, Sarah, James, George and Walter. Also survived by 19 grandchildren and A great-grandchildren. Funeral Wednesday 9 AJM. from the ' McManus Funeral Home. 2001 Flatbush Ave., Brooklyn. Requiem Mass 9:30 A.M., Our Lady of Miracles R.C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. PAPA Rosalia. Beloved mother of Teresa Simonetti, Nancy Oi Lorenzo, Mary Lombardo, Frank Papa and Helen Scoma. Reposing at Franklin Funeral Home, l New Hyde Park Rd L.I. until Tuesday, 9 AM. PAUSHA Anna, (nee Lisauckas). On July a, 1968. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Loving mother of Joseph J. Dear sister of Matthew, Anthony, and the late Clem-ants, Mary Gerritse and Frank. Also survived by 3 granddaughters. Funeral from Woodside Memorial Chapel, 41-45 58 St., Woodslde, Tuesday, 9 A.M. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Sebastian's R.C. Church 9:30 A.M. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery. PER ROTA Geratdme. Beloved wife of John. Loving mother of Robert. Dear daughter of Charles and Louise Fisher. Sister of Robert Daughter-in-law of John Sr. Reposing Mangano Funeral Home, 1701 Deer Park Ave., Deer Park. Requiem, Mass, Wednesday, 10 A.M., Our Lady of Miraculous Medal Church. lOMANO Vincent. July 7, 19. Beloved brother of Marie Valentino and Sally Petrulll. Solemn Requiem Mass. Our Lady Help of Christians R.C. Church. Wednesday. 9:30 A.M. Reposing A. VIGLIANTE 4 SONS FUNERAL HOME, 40c Rogers Ave., Brooklyn. Interment. St. Charles Cemetery. Visiting 2 5 a. 7-10 P.M. iOMANI Fred. At Scarpaci Chapels. 4th Ave.. 21st St. 'till Wednesday, 9 A.M. COONEY Michael. On July 6. 1968. Native of Manner Hamilton Co.. Leitrim, former Capt. E. Mayo Brigade I.R.A. Beloved husband of the late Ellen (nee Carroll). Devoted father of Eileen Kane, -Maureen Prendergast, Patricia Cornish, Terrance M. and Bernadetie Flvnn. Loving brother of Mary, Patrick, Bea, James, and Tess in Ireland. Also survived by IS grandchildren. Reposing John F, X. McKean and Son Funeral Home. 2405 E. Tremont Ave. (at Castle Hill Ave.), Bronx. High Requiem Mass, St. Thomas Aquinas Church Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment, St. Raymond's Cemetery. lALERNO Fred. Devoted father of An-fhony, Fred Jr., Frances Randazzo, Rosemary Jacobsen. Reposing Pitta Funeral Home, 300 McDonald Ave., Brooklyn until Wednesday 8:30 AJtt. , SAVONA Mario. On July 5. Beloved husband of Mary. Devoted father of Mary Spagnola, Richard, Anna tppolito and William. Dear brother of Mary Grace, Michael. Tina DeRiso, Agnes Soprano, Josephine Flood, Margaret Diaz, Vito, Salva- Wre, Rose Bonkowski, and the late Jack Sr. Also survived by 12 grandchildren and 1 great-grandchild. Reposing at Ridge Chapels 405-91 st St. Solemn Requiem Mass. Wednesday 9:30 A.M. St. An-selm's R.C. Church. Visiting hours 2-5, 7-10 P.M. ICEVOLI Anthony. On July 7th, 1968. Beloved husband of Josephine. Father of Fred and Mrs. Nina Gangi. Brother of Jack, Mrs. John Caputo, Mrs. Anthony Flerro; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Reposing O'Reilly Funeral Horn Inc., 137-40 Brookville Blvd., Rose-dale, L. I. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Clare's R. C. Church Thursday 9:30 A.M. Interment, St. Charles Cemetery. Visit-Ing hours. 2 - 5 and7 -10 P.M. iCHWARZ Charles W. July t, 1968. Beloved husband of Anna M. (Britton). Devoted son of Martha (nee Berger). Fond stepfather of George Britton. Loving grandfather of Cynthia and Tonia Britton. Service Tuesday, 7 P.M. The McManus Funeral Home, 2001 Flalbush Ave., Brooklyn. Funeral Wednesday, 9:30 A.M. Interment L. I. National Cemetery. SEPHTON Rev. John. July 5, 1968. Former Provincial of The Redemptorist Order 11950-1954). Connected with Redemptorist Training Schccls at Esopus, N.Y. and -North, East Pennsylvania for 37 years. Con-Celebrated Requiem Wass, Tuesday July 9, 10 A.M. Redemptorist Infirmary Chapel, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Boston papers please copy. flLVESTRO Dominico. Cn July 7th, 1968 Beloved husband cf Anna. Dear father ft Anthony, Francis, Lawrence, Lucv, ena and Margaret, also survived by If grandchildren. Reposing Cassese Funeral Home. 101-47 101th Ave., Ozone Park. Mass, St. Anthony of Padua R C ChurchWednesday9 :1 SA . M. 1TRA.MMIELLO Nicholas J. (Stram). Suddenly. New York State Examiner. Beloved husband of Mary (nee Alexander). Fond . father of Victor and Lcretta Parenfe. Beloved brother cf Madeline. Also survived by five granddaughters. Reposing at Piro Funeral Home, 25) DeKalb Ave. until Tuesday, A.M. Solemn Requiem Mass, St. Lucy's R.C. Church, 9:30 A.M. Inter-ment. St. Charles' Cemetery. fitOMAS Mary (nee Brennan). Loving wife of Sylvester. Mother of Ralph and the late Sylvester Jr. Survived by 4 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Reposing at 148 E. 7th St. High Mass pf Requiem St. John The Martyr Church, Wednesday 11 A.M. Interment St. Raymonds' Cemetery. WW. J. TOOMEY, Director. VITALE John. Beloved husband of the late Yolanda. Devoted father of Alfred, Joseph, Marie, Salvatore and Minnie. Reposing at FARENGA BRAS FUNERAL HOME, 204 E 116th St. Funeral Wednesday 9 A.M. Requiem Mass Holy Rosary Church 9:45 A.M. Acknowledgment "SULLIVAN The family of the late Michael O'Sulllvan wish to thank their many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy during their recent bereavement. ' 8n Memoriqm aLEM GeraWtne. 3rd Anniversary hr' Heaven, dearest daughter. So many aches and pains you had, so young, you suffered so much, yet you smiled and never complained. With God you kept in touch. Now you are up there and in the Glory of Heaven with Htm. Brokenhearted MOTHER. DAD. EDDIE; . BROTHERS and SISTERS. IbNZULLI Mario. 1 year ago. you left us to rest. We know God picked you because Ha chooses the best. WIFE, CHILDREN end GRANDCHILDREN. Mast Our Lady cf Lovrdes Church. W. Slip. BIMOLI Emliie. First Anniversary in Ysur lovlns wife LUCY. CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN and SISTER. Decries Taxes On Real Estate The president of the Commerce and Industry Association declared yesterday that the city's spiraling real estate taxes are becoming: "self-defeating" by driving: more and more businesses out. v At the same time, the rising taxes put a continually tightening1 . squeeze ' on the poor, said Ralph G. Gross, because landlords pass the taxes on to the tenants. "A good tax is one that somebody else pays," he said. The merchants want a real estate tax, the real estate people want a sales tax, and the utility companies suggest "this and the other," said Gross on WABC radio's Press Conference. "Saturation Point" Real estate taxes have reached "a saturation point," Gross warned. "We've gone about as far as we can go in that direction. "We've got to find broader based taxes, I believe," he said. He declined to suggest how to broaden the tax base, however. Mayors Back Housing Hartford, Conn, July ? (UPI) Mayors urged state lawmakers The Connecticut Conference of and citizens today to support the full funding of housing programs now before Congress. 4 v Friend By SALLY JOY BROWN KeeDinsr ud with family- necessities is the problem that faces Mrs. J. F. and tier husband at all times. She would be errateful for the assistance our readers so generously give and writes: "My husband works very hard but makes only a small wage. This money with a supplementary aid allowance must be budgeted carefully in order to meet rent, food and all other needs. Because my husband suf- The SA'IY JOT BROWN DISTRIBUTION OFFICE has moved to new quarters. Contributors of clothing may leave their donations a! our new address, 731 SECOND AVE. (between 37th and 38th Sis.). New York Cily. Open 9 a.m. lo 5 pjn. Mondays through Saturdays. f ers from asthma, he often is sick and must stay home from work; then there are doctor bills to worry about, too. "We have two sons who are badly in need of summer clothes. They got through winter and spring with some wearable garments and shoes that were given to me by a neighbor, but now lightweight things are necessary. Would you have jackets or sweaters, shirts or trousers for them ? "The boys are . 5 and 4. The sizes they can use are 8 and 6 shirts and jackets; 6, 6 trousers; 11, 10 shoes or sneakers. Their need is most pressing but should you have wearable attire for my husband and me, we'd be glad to have it. He wears a 14 shirt, 29W-28L trouser, 1 shoes. I'm a 9 in dresses; my shoes are Thank you so very much for any kindness." - Let us know if you can assist Mrs. J. F. in preparing her small familv for summer weather. Name and address will be mailed to you immediately. Up for Adoption .- It. G. has a year-old part-Belgian shepherd for adoption. A fine watchdog, very good with children, she needs a fenced-in an orange male tabby and a If yoe are ia seed, we nay ho able to help you. If yea hare clothing or farni-tore yea aa loafer we, let at place it with leu fortunate faaiiliet. Naaaea aad addresses of aaaucaata far aid provided. Scad faB aaata aa address to SALLY JOY BROWN, THE NEWS. T. O. Bex MSI. Yoik.JfOT.VSS Negro Pastor Urges Racial Peace By MICHAEL CLENDENIN Several hundred members of Harlem's St. Charles Borromeo parish were urged yesterday by the Rev. Harold A. Salmon, the first Negro pastor of a Catholic church in the New York Archdiocese, to "seek a reconciliation with your brothers." - Salmon spoke during his first Mass in his post at the church, 213 W. 141st St. Borrowing for his sermon from the Gospel according to St. Matthew, Salmon said: "Go first and seek a reconciliation with your brother. Then come and offer your gift to God." Eyes Brotherhood The 39-year-old priest, wearing bright green tunic emblazoned with a red cross, linked histext with the city's slum problems. He urged Christian brotherhood as the first step in achieving racial peace. Salmon was named by Archbishop Terence J. Cooke last week as pastor of St. Charles Borromeo end as Catholic vicar of Harlem, the first Negro in this post also. About 9 of the city's 1.2 million Negroes are Catholic. The new pastor called for unity among men that would open the way for "self-determination, self-pride, self-respect and self-control of one's destiny." 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