Daily News from New York, New York on April 5, 1979 · 439
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oo i I 4f Vefs fire away at Koch flag vefo By WILLIAM BUTLER "Why. the dirty so-and-so! That was the reaction World War 1 veteran Frank Moriarty to Mayor Koch's veto of a traditional $27,000 appropriation for the flag decoration of veterans graves on Memorial Day. Moriarty, 85. of Woodside, Queens, who has been decorating the graves of World War I veterans since 1919, said Koch "won't get away with it. I'll picket the son-of-a-gun." He said he had fought with Mayor Lindsay when he had tried to cut the appropriation to $1,800 and the full amount had been restored. Moriarty said small American flags were usually placed on 24.000 graves in the city. 'Wouldn't have a city' Frank Magnani. Queens American Legion chairman for graves registration, protested: "If it wasn't for the veterans, he wouldn't have any city to be mayor of." He said the money usually was earmarked for $8,000 worth of flags and that the balance was used to reimburse local sponsors for bands, wreaths and other parade expenses. "All I'm concerned about are the flags," Magnani asserted. 1 1 News editor wins citation Bert Shanas, editor of the Daily awards competition. Shanas was News View section, has won a special honored for an article in the magazine citation in the Education Writers As- JlihiLn1 V1"?"01 power of Albert Shanker and his teach- sociation's Charles Stewart Mott ers' union. mm DISCOUNTS 14 YRS OF QUALITY SERVICE TROPICAL FISH SAVINGS kcv J! -s .4! COUPON Venires 41! 7! 2 Free Tiger Barbs w 32 purchase SUPER SALE ALL GLASS WRITTEN GUARANTEE I0GAX 4 W 156AL SM HI 11 9 2S6AL LONG 11. ft 79GAL 17.99 JO GAL LONG 21 THE BIG ONES COMBINATION TANK STANO AND CANOPY 55 GAL 69 99 125 GAL 149 99 10 GAL. 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Grar Cnacsrw 212 Ml 7111 212 2441944, LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Con Edison Has Filed a Revision to its Determination of Maximum Demand Provision The Company has filed with the Public Service Commission, to become effective April 20, 1979, a proposed amendment to its electric rate schedule in order to precisely establish its method of maximum demand determination by use of magnetic tape recorders or demand storage units. Under this tariff revision, the maximum demand will be the integrated demand occurring during the two highest contiguous fifteen minute intervals during the billing period. Complete copies of this amendment is available for your inspection at the office of the Public Service Commission, 2 World Trade Center Room 2440, New York, New York 10047, and all Con Edison District Offices. The Dis- i trict office nearest you is shown on the back of your bill. CONSOLIDATED EDISON COMPANY OF NEW YORK, INC. SEARS CORRECTION NOTICE For the circular inserted in the newspapers on 44 page 9, crab grass control if not available at Yavne. DEATH NOTICES Death Notices, In Memoriam, Mass and Acknowledgment Notices Notices may be telephoned to THE NEWS by your funeral director every day until 2 P.M. to be in all editions of the next day's paper. Notices called in between 2 & 5 P.M., Monday thru Friday, will only appear in final editions of the next day's issue. In New York (212) 949-2076. On Long Island (516) 887-2002. In New Jersey (201) 271-3500. AUER William E. On Aon I 4. 1979. Beloved husband of the late brace (nee Buchnerl. Devoted father of Anthony. Lucy Clark, Grace Leorv hardt & Lillian Cassidy. Loving grandfather of 14. Great grandfa ther of l. Keposrng DfcN'b a. O'CONNOR FUNERAL HOME. 91 05 Beach Channel Drive, Rockawav Beach. Funeral Saturday. Mass of Resurrection 10 A.M. at St. Camitlus Church. Interment St. John Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. BELLEW Thomas. April 3. 1979. Na tive of Castleblaney Co. Monaghan, Ireland. Beloved husband of Catherine Cahili. Devoted father of Sean, Michael & Vartm. Dear brother of Elizabeth Broughal. In Ireland Stanley, Chris, Margaret & Evelyn. Mass of Resurrection Our Lady of Mercy Church Fri. April 6th, 10 A.M. Reposing 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. KEANE FUNERAL HOME. 248 E. 198th St.. Bronx. (Briggs Ave.) CALDER Teresifa. Of Greenlawn. formerly ot park blope. Bklyn. Mother of Janet Duggan. James & 4 grandchildren. Sister of Blanche De-Fa'ta, Theodore 6V Victor Quinn. Reposing CORNELL FUNERAL HOME, 934 New York Ave., Huntington Station. Mass Sat. 9:45 A.M. Queen of Martyrs Church, Center-port. COR BE LETT A Angelo. Of Cutcb- o9ue. n.t. Formerly of Dix Hills. On April 3. 1979. Husband of Helen (nee WerbttskyJ. Father of Carol Issem, Janet Schlumpf & Susan Krupski. Brother of Dominick. Also survived by 5 grandchildren. Visiting hrs today & Fri 2-5. 7-9:30 P.M. DeFRIEST FUNERAL HOME INC Main Road, Mattituck. N.V. Mass Sat April 7, 10 A.M. Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Cutchogue. interment Sacred Heart Cemetery. Cutchogue. DEATH NOTICES CLEMENTS M.M. James H. Member of British War Vets of America, Inc. Beloved husband of Olive. Father of tsa belle McGregor, Eileen Foster & Helen Stanton. Grandfather of Ronald, Eileen, Thomas & Rhonda. Religious services at KAISER S. KOOS FUNERAL HOME 87-20 Woodhaven Blvd. Woodhaven Fri 10 A.M. Interment Ferncliff Cemetery. CHARTERS Mary T. of Irvington,-N.Y. April 3, 1979. Beloved wife of John Charters & mother of Elizabeth Charters. Sister of Helen Lynch & Bernard Murphy. Funeral Mass Fri. 10 A.M. at Immaculate Conception Church, Irvington, N.Y. Reposing at the EDWARDS FUNERAL HOME 64 Ashford Ave. Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. 2-4 & 7-9 P.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. CORSELLO Sebastian (Charlie). Loving husband of Lillian. Beloved father of Anthony, Rosemary Anto-nelli & Charles. Also survived by S grandchildren, 2 sisters, 3 brothers & the late Frank & Anthony. Reposing GUARINO FUNERAL HOME, 270 Ave X until Fri 9:30 A.M. Mass Our Lady of Grace Church 10 A.M. CRAMER Clifford F. On April 2, 1979. "GIBBY". Of Ridgedale. Beloved Son of Minnie Cramer. Beloved brother of John Cramer. Loving father of Jane Cramer, Judy Bongino, Susan Kurtz, Eileen B runner & also survived by seven Grandchildren. Reposing at SCHWILLE FUNERAL HOME INC. 64-32 Myrtle Ave, Glendale, 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Pan-eras R.C. Church. Fri 9:45 A.M. Interment St John's Cemetery. DRYER Theodore W. On April 2, 1979. Brother of William Drver & Frank Sienkiewicz & the late Joseph & fcdward Dryer. Reposing at ED WARD D. LYNCH & SON FUNER AL HOME 43-07 Queens Blvd. Sunnvside. L.I. Mass of Christian Burial Queen of Angels R.C. Church Fri 9:30 A.M. Interment Calverton national cemetery. EDWARDS Catherine F. On April 3, 1979. Beloved wife of the late Harry. Dear mother of Edward Patricia. Sister of Charles Pender. Also sur vived by 7 grandchildren & 2 great- granocntioren. t-unerai t-ri. 9 A.M. from CLAVIN FUNERAL HOME. 7722 4th Ave., Bklyn. Mass of Christian Burial Our Lady of Angels cnurcn y:ju M.v. FERONE Josephine. Beloved Moth er ot Joseph, Peter, Dominick, Anna Simkonis & Santina Cassese. Also survived by 10 grandchildren e 17 great grandchildren. Reposing at CUSiMANO & RUSSO FUNERAL HOME 2005 W 6th St (cor.Ave T) until Fri 8:30 A.M. V.E. SANTANIELLO- DIR GAROFALO Nick A. Husband of uiane. uevoreo father of nick & Gary. Beloved son of Michele and Joseph. Dear brother of Annette Dorta & Angela Gay. Reposing at FARENGA BROS. (BRONX BRANCH), 920 Allerton Ave. Funeral Sat. 10 A.M. Mass Our Lady of Grace Church II A.M. Please omit flowers. HALI losephine. April 3, 1979. Lov ing daughter of the late George & Mary Ann Hawkins. Beloved mother of Thomas, Dear sister of Patrick Hawkins, Susan Collins & Mary White. Also survived by 2 grandchil dren. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME 1 West 190th St., Bronx. Funeral Mass St. Jude's Church, Fri. 10 A.M. Interment Oak lawn Cemetery, Fairfield, Conn. Actor Edgar Buchanan dead Palm Desert, Calif. (UPI) Edgar Buchanan. 76, a character actor who was best known in recent years for his role as the gar rulous, gravelly voiced Uncle Joe in the TV series, "Petticoat June: tion," died yesterday at Eisenhower Medical Center. He underwent brain surgery there two months ago and never recovered. Acting the second career of his life spanned age 38, after landing his first acting part, he abandoned his work as a dentist, turning his office over to his wife, also a dentist. Edgar Buchanan three decades. At Buchanan appeared in more than 80 feature films, including "Shane," "McClintock," "Donovan's Reef," "Texas," "Buffalo Bill," "When the Daltons Rode," and "Coroner Creek." He also appeared in the TV series, "'Cade's County." Buchanan was born March 20, 1903, in Humansville, Mo., the son of a dentist. His father wanted him to follow a medical career, but after a brief dream of becoming a cowboy, " Buchanan decided to become an actor. He took pre-med and drama courses at the University of Oregon. At his father's urging, he went to North Pa cific Dental College, where he married Mildred Spence. a classmate. For 10 years, he practiced dentistry in Eugene, Ore., then moved his office to Altadena. Calif., and became involved in the Pasadena Playhouse. It was there that his acting ability fir3t won notice. Stars in-vest in cops' safety Lauren Bacall, Tovah Feldshuh and Angela Lansbury are among the Broadway stars slated to apear in salute to New York's Finest at the Shubert Theater on April 22 to benefit the Patrolmen's Benevolent Association drive to buy bulletproof vests for 15.000 cops on street patrol. The idea for the show was suggested by actress Phyllis Newman. "VIP Night on Broadway" is based on a day in a policeman's life and the dangerous situations he encounters, said a PBA spokesman. Also appearing will be Victor Borge, Chita Rivera and Ali Mac-Graw. Proceeds from ticket sales will go to the vest drive which last week passed the halfway mark toward its $1.5 million goal. J?rry Schmetterer DEATH NOTICES IOR 10 Joseph. On April 4, 1979. Beloved husband of Nicolina. Devoted father of Joseph Jr. & Mary lorio. Loving grandfather of Nikki & Debra lorio. Reposing at the LEO F. KEARNS FUNERAL HOME 103-33 Lefferts Blvd. (Nr. Liberty Ave), Richmond Hill. Funeral Sat. 9:15 A.M. Mass, St. Benedict-Joseph Labre Church, 9:45 A.M. Interment St. Johns Cemetery. JOY Leo. Officers & Members of Ironworkers Union Local 40 extend to the family of our deceased brother our deepest sympathy. Reposing M.J. Smith Sons Chapel, 248 Prospect Park West Bklyn, Interment Fri. 10 A.M. KENNY Austin. On April 3, 1979. Native of Co. Wexford, Ireland, pear husband of Margie (nee Car-lin). Dear father of Maureen, Colleen, Brendan & Brian. Brother of Maureen McLouglin, Patrick, Christine Baines & Kathleen Williams. Reposing at THE FREDERICK FUNERAL HOMP 151 lt hln Blrf Flushing. Funeral Mass St. Kevin's Church Sat 9:30. Visiting Thurs 7-10 r.nn. fa rn t-3 ch -III r.Vi. PACE Anna. Wife of the late Antho ny. Lovina sistsr ot Luisa lerzulti Mavra Kessler, Teobaldo, Antonio. Carmine & Dohato Moteiese. Also survived by nieces & nephews. Reposing LOUIS DeLUCA & SONS MAYFLOWER FUNERAL MUWt 6022 Bay Parkway. Mass of the Resurrection bat. 9:43 A.M. bt Athanasius R.C. Church. Interment St. Raymonds Cemetery. PAGE Rita (Blair). Beloved wife of Patrick. Loving daugnter ot Margaret Marsico. Dear sister of Arline Mazza. Geraldine Sicari. ReDosino at RALPH AIEVOLI & SON, corner 13 Ave & 65 bt. Mass Fri, y:ju bt Bernadette's Church. Hours 2-5 & I 10 P.M. KONOPKA Phyllis. Beloved mother of Bobby & Billy. Dear daughter of k.are ivtonranino. uear sister of Ralph. Reposing at RALPH AIEVO- a. wn inc. corner or 13 Ave. & 65 St. Mass Sat. 9:30 A.M. Regina Pacis Shrine. Hours 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. LUC AN I A Carmela. Beloved mother of Anthony & Rosalie Lucarelli. Also 5 grandchildren & 2 great ?randchildren. Reposing SCARPA-I CHAPELS, 1401 86 St. until Sat. 9 M.nn. iviass bt. uernaoerte s bnnne 9:30 A.M. Visiting 2-4 & 7-10. MANOCCHIO Samuel C. Loving Husband of Concetta. Devoted father of Denise & Joyce & Louis Amato. Also survived by brothers Pat & Dominick. Reposing at Mayflower Chapels. 6022 Bay Parkway. Mass Our Lady of Peace R.C. Church, Fri 9:30 A.M. Interment Greenwood. MARRA Theresa (nee D'Amato). April 3,1979. Beloved wife of Albert. Loving mother of Margaret, Louis, Frances, Sal, Albert, Anthony and Theresa. Also survived by 12 grandchildren. Funeral Sat. 8:30 A.M. JOSEPH REDMOND CHAPEL 103 King St. Bklyn. Mass 9:15 A.M. O.L.P.H. R.C. Church. McCOY Sarah C. (nee O'Hagen). On April 4, 1979. Native of Newry Co. Armagh, Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Joseph. Devoted Mother of Bernard, Kathleen Tantillo, Patricia O'Rourke & James. Also survived bv 7 grandchildren. Reposing at the JOHN A. TOOMEY FUNERAL HOME 57-04 Roosevelt Ave., Wood-side. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Sebastian's Church Friday 9:45 A.M. Interment L.I. National Cemetery. Visiting Hrs. 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. MEROLA Silvio P. (Sal). On April 2, 1979. Beloved husband of Rosemary (nee Castiglione). Devoted father of Angelo, Raymond, Geraldine, Silvia, Joseph & Rosemary. Loving father-in-law of Christine. Dear brother of Edward, John, Helen Avallone, Ernest & Rose Flsa-no. Mass of Christian Burial Sat. 9:30 A.M. St. Thomas Aquinas R.C. Church. Reposing at the Chapel of JOSEPH G. DUFFY 9 St. betw 4 S, 5 Aves. Bklyn. In lieu of flowers contributions in his name to Mt. Sinai Hospital Asbestos Research. 100 St. & 5 Ave., N.Y. 10029 would be appreciated. MILLER Gerard. 82 of S.I. April 3, 1979 formerly of Bx. Vet. WWI. Member of 71st Reg., Musicians Union Local 2. ( Private cremation). NICODEMO Concetta (nee Llzo). Beloved wife of the late Dominick. Devoted mother of Thomas, Anthony, John, Rose Bergold & the late Paul. Dear sister of Stella Bertone & James. Also survived by 9 grandchildren great-grandchildren. Reposing at GUI DA'S, 47-20 104 St., Corona until Fri. 9:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Leo's 10:15 A.M. Interment Mt. St. Mary' Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 & 7-10. PETERS Marv (nee Killeen). Aori 2,1979. Wife of the late Edward D. feelers, bister ot bernard, William. Evans & Jane Trinker. Also bv the late Francis P. Killeen. Helen Kaltschmid 81 Catherine Dunnigan. Reposing at HERRMANN'S FUNERAL HOME INC. 495 Main St. Center Moriches, L.I. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Jude's R.C. Church, Mastic Beach Friday, April 6, 9:30 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery, L.I. City. Visiting Hours wed. i f p.m., I nursz-4 & i-i p.m. PIENKOS Stanley J. April 3,1979. At the age of 57 years. Beloved husband of Olga. Loving father of Elaine Romeo, Linda and William Pienkos. Brother of Eugene, Theo dore and Frederick. Loving grand father of Jason Romeo. Reposing at the MEGIEL FUNERAL HOME 64-18 Flushing Ave., Maspeth. Funeral Fri. 9 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial at Holy cross R.C. Church 9:45 A.M Interment Calverton National cemetery, visiting z-3 & -id p.m. PROTO Frank. April 3, 1979. Be- lovea nusoa no ot I neresa (nee be-cural. Lovina father of Assunta Weis, Frances Godfrey, Mary Ubal-di & Antointette Trapani. Also survived by 8 grandchildren & 13 greatgrandchildren. Reposing at FKtUtKICK FUNERAL HOME OF FLUSHING Northern Blvd. & i3rd bt. until bat. Mass ot Chris tian Burial St. Kevins's R.C. Church 10:15 A.M. Entombment Pinelawn Garden Mausoleum. PURTELL John D. April 4, 1979. Be loved husband ot Sadie (nee O Bri-en). Devoted father of Gerard & Dennis. Fond brother of Margaret Clarke, Ann & the late Thomas Pur- tell. Funeral 5at.-9 A.M. from THE McMANUS FUNERAL HOME. 2001 Flatbush Ave., Bklyn. Funeral Mass v:jo a.m. bt. Vincent Ferrer. Inter ment noiy cross. QUIGLEY Catherine E.(nee McCann) on April 3,1979. Beloved wife of James E. Devoted mother of James E. & William F. Sister of Margaret McCann. Also survived by 8 grandchildren & 1 great-grandchild. The family will receive friends from 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. at JOHN F.X. McKEON 8, SON FUNERAL HOME, 2405 E.Tremont Ave(at Castle Hill Ave)Bronx. Mass of Christian Burial St Raymond's, Fri 10 A.M. Interment Gate of Heav en cemetery. TRUPIANO Vito. On April 4th. Be loved Husband ot Lena. Devoted Father of Louis Buonanno & Anna De-Falco. Also survived by 7 Grandchildren & 5 Great-grandchildren. Dear brother of Susan 8 Grace Scalfide. Reposing PETER C. LABELLA FUNERAL CHAPEL 2625 Harway Ave(at Bay -43rd St), until Saturday. Mass of the Resurrection 10 A.M. at Most Precious Blood R C. Church (Bklyn). Interment Moravian Cemetery. VASICA Maria. Beloved daughter of Nicholas and Annamana (nee Kuku-la). Devoted sister of Nicholas III and Anna. Loving granddaughter of Nicholas. Reposing SCARPACI CHAPELS 1401 86 St. until Fri. 9 A.M. Mass St. Laurence Church 9:45 A.M. WIND Josephine Narkin. On April 4, 19y. Morner ot LKiiores, jean & jea-nette. Reposing ALBERT R. CONNER FUNERAL HOME, 4955 Broadway, N.Y. (207th St.) Funeral Mass Good Shepherd Church Fri. 11 A.M. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. YACKOWSKI Nellie Beloved sister of Frances Grzelaczvk, John Michaels. Walter Yackowski & the late-Helen Maika. Reposing at THE STEPHEN FUNERAL HOME.INC. 607 Conduit Blvd (at Pitkin Ave), Bklyn til Sat 9 A.M. Mass of the Resurrection St. Stanislaus Church 9:30 A.M. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. Chapel hrs 2-5 & 7-10. IN MEMORIAM AYALA Manny. 1st anniversary Ir heaven. Always in our hearts. Loving parents Manuel, Elma, sisters Janet tV Sonia. DiMARTINO Michele. Its nine years today that you left us. We think of you in silence and we often say your name. But since you were taken from us, life is not the same. Love Wife Antoinette, Children and Grandchildren DUFF Michael J. Ninth Anniversary. On His soul Sweet Jesus havt mercy Masses offered. Your memory is precious and never grows old. If s locked in my heart, in letters of Gold. Your presence I miss and memories I treasure. Loving you always forgetting you never. Always remembered, by your Mom 8, Pop. FARENGA Salvatore A. 14th Ani, versary in Heaven. Memorial Mas St. Lucy's Church (Bx) 9 AM. Always in our hearts Sons, Daughters in Law & Grandchildren . GIBELLINO John Happy Birthday to my one 8 only. I cannot say "Home is the Sailor" anymore, but I will always cherish the happiness we shared together. We miss you very much. Your devoted wife. Sons & Grandchildren GUARINO Atfilio. 2nd anniversary in heaven. God took you home it was his will, but in our hearts you live still. Our Love & prayers are with" you always. We love & miss you. Rest In Peace. Your loving wife vg"g. v.iMim en ch orangcniigren. MEYER George. First Anniversary in heaven. Any man can be a father, it takes someone special to be a ua'juy. Love, wire Liny and Margie. PER RONE Dominick (Mimi). 6th anniversary. " NEVER FORGOTTEN" Brother Jimmy (Hot), Mary, riff! cms anq tucy Ann. TOLSTON Raymond. Happy 29th oiiiiiuay in neaven. tzignt years ago you went away. It seems like yesterday. I'm sure God did not send you far, because you are near ys wherever you are. Love, Mother & Dad. TOLSTON Raymond. Happy Birth- uy near nepnew. silent thoughts a, tears unseen, wishing your absence was only a dream. Aunt Loretta. Rex Reed is quick on the critical draw. Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

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