Daily News from New York, New York on June 30, 1980 · 160
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Daily News from New York, New York · 160

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Monday, June 30, 1980
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12, 000 gays march in nararia fnr riahtft WHAT 15 METRO CabrinI interns end job action About 70 interns and residents at Cabrini Medical Center in Manhattan ended a three-day job action yesterday and returned to work after a compromise agreement was worked out with management The young doctors walked off the Job last Thursday in a dispute over wages and bargaining status. They returned yesterday after management agreed to recognize them as a hospital association, offered an 8 wage increase and pledged to match any wage Increases above 8 that may be won by hospital employes belonging to Local 1199. That union, which is also deciding on a one-year contract, has threatened a citywide strike July 8 against 61 voluntary hospitals and nursing homes. Mob suspect's son arrested The son of reputed mobster James (Jimmy the Gent) Burke was arrested near the scene of a Queens shooting Saturday night and charged with possession of a .32-caliber pistol and a silencer. The elder Burke is the suspected mastermind of the $5 million Lufthansa Airlines robbery. The shooting victim, Vincent Giattino, 27, of 559 Crescent St, Brooklyn, was taken to Mary Immaculate Hospital in Queens with a bullet wound in his chin. Police said he was shot outside 114-19 149th Ave., Ozone Park. Cops spotted Frank Burke, 21, near the scene and . collared him after a brief chase, during which, they said, he dropped a gun and silencer. Giattino admitted knowing Burke, of 78-02 160th Ave., Howard Beach, Queens, but denied that Burke shot him. So did Burke, who later was arraigned on two counts of possession of a dangerous weapon. A hearing on the charges is scheduled tomorrow in Queens Criminal Court 2 patrol cars crash, 4 cops hurt Four police of f icers were injured last night when two squad cars responding to a report of a "man with a gun" crashed at a lower East Side corner, police said. The two cars, each carrying two officers, collided at Pitt and Delancey Sts., just two blocks from the Pitt St police station. Both cars had left the station to respond to a call that a man was threatening people with a gun at 65 Columbia St They took different routes to the scene of the call, a police spokesman said. The report turned out to be unfounded, the spokesman added. The four officers identified as Thomas Jones, John Bittel, George Allen and Kevin Boyce were taken to Eellevue Hospital, where the extent of their injuries was not immediately known. Joan Shepard NATION Prez to sign synfuel bill today Washington (UPD President Carter will sign legislation today creating a $20 billion program to develop the nation's synthetic fuels industry, a key part of his energy program, the White House announced yesterday. The measure creates the Synthetic Fuels Corp., which will encourage the development and production of alternate fuels to reduce U.S. dependence on overseas oil. Its authority ranges from supplying loans to having the government directly produce fuels, if necessary. WORLD Price of oil rising this week Beirut (UPD A new round of oil price increases, the fourth since December, will start this week, driving gasoline and heating fuel costs up once again, industry sources said yesterday. Kuwait, Venezuela, Iraq and Libya will increase prices anywhere from 28 cents to $2.20 a barrel, the sources said. Other member nations of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, including Algeria, Nigeria, Indonesia, Gabon, Ecuador and Qatar, are expected to follow suit Previous increases in December, January and May-have brought the market crude oil price from $18 to $28 a barrel despite increasing indications of a world oil glut Quake joits Tokyo area Tokyo (UPD The strongest earthquake to hit the area in two years jolted Tokyo and neighboring cities on Honshu yesterday, causing earth slides and forcing suspension of high-speed trains as a precaution. There were no reports of deaths or serious injuries. At least six persons suffered minor injuries in Ito on the Izu peninsula when the tremor, which registered at a magnitude of 6.7 oh the open-ended Richter scale, hit central Honshu, Japan's biggest island, a Meteorological Agency spokesman said. A tidal wave warning was issued but later was canceled. The quake came after a series of minor tremors rocked the Izu area during the last five days. Almost ' . three hours after he powerful quake, another fairly , , strong tremor was feit at Ajiro. -- Tom MonasterDaily Newt Homosexual women and men march up Fifth Ave. BY DONALD FLYNN An estimated 12,000 homosexuals marched up Fifth Avenue yesterday in a boisterous demonstration for gay rights. A rally followed in Central Park's East Meadow to commemorate the homosexual community's 11th annual observance of the 1969 Stonewall rebellion. Chuck Tyson, co-chairman of the parade'committee, said the event marks the 1969 police raid on the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar on Christopher St The raid resulted in the gay community going public to fight for its rights. The New York City Gay Community Marching Band headed the parade, which was sponsored by the Christopher Street Liberation Day Committee. The marchers carried brightly colored banners. "Dykes of Hoboken," read one, and others said: "Third World Soul Sisters," "Gay Daddies," "Cornell Alumni," "Jewish Lesbians and Gays Against Racism," "Gay People Princeton," "Homophiles of Penn State" and "Gay People in Christian Science." Parade grand marshal Mama Jean estimated that 100,000 people attended the parade and rally, but a police spokesman said the marchers numbered about 12,000, with another 9,000 spectators. et Junto Life Ot wu, If you're not in great shape, you're not getting all you can out of life. 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