Daily News from New York, New York on June 7, 1980 · 123
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Freed BOM If the City Council Finance Committee chairman has his way, some badly x needed projects will get a $60 million shot in the arm. The funds were earmarked f orj ail construction under the plan for the state takeover of Rikers Island. During a press conference at City Hall yesterday, Edward L. Sadowsky " (D-Queens) said that some highway, sewer, school, park and police projects could be advanced by a year if the prison funds were reallocated. Some of the projects are "ready to go" but were not funded under the proposed $1 billion construction budget submitted to the Council and Board of Estimate by Mayor Koch last month. Under the recently aborted plan for a state takeover of the Kikers island complex, the city would have put up $66.8 million this year to construct eight jails. Csirter ODGns-fl if (Continued from page 2) . tage of his "incumbency" as chairman of the Senate health subcommittee by using it as a platform to hold hearings on toxic chemical wastes. But in the battle as to which man could use the trappings of office to best advantage, Carter came out far ahead. The White House announced that the President would make good on a promise he made last month and travel to Miami on Monday to observe federal efforts to repair damage caused during recent racial riots. The President will inspect riot-torn Liberty City, the principal black section WARREN H. YOUNG Christiansted, St Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands (UPI U.S. District Court Judge Warren H. Young, 63, who presided over the 1973 trial of five young black men charged with murdering eight persons at the Fountain Valley Golf Club, died of lung cancer at his home yesterday. GERMAINE AMENDOLA Rome (AP) Germaine Amendola, 69, the widow of Italian Communist Party leader Giorgio Amendola, died of a heart Cosmetic Reconstructive Plastic Surgery The first Free Standing on day outpatient Complex-In N.Y. area. Consultation Fee Deducted From Surgery Fee Board Certified Plastic Surgaon Brochures-Lecturer Available 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 fjnal editions of the next day's issue. In New York (212) 949-2076. On-Long Island (516) 485-4000. In NewJersey(201)271-3500. ALLEN Mary. On June 6, 1980. Dearest mother of Frank Allen. Elizabeth Rosenthal, Beatrice Bovce, Mary Rosenthal & James Allen. Dear sister of Anna Berry, Jane DiMele & William Feather-ston. Reposing at WALTER B. COOK FUNERAL HOME, 85th St. & 3rd Ave. Mass at St. Catherine of Siena R. C. Church, East 68th St. Mon., 10 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. BALESTRtERI Antonio. On June 6, 1980. Beloved husband of the late Carmela. Devoted father of Agnes Lupo, Frank, Joseph & the late Angelo. Dear father-in-law of Emily. Also survived by 13 grandchildren & 4 great-grandchildren, s Reposing FALCONE FUNERAL HOME INC. 325 Smith St.. Bklyn., until Mon., V A.M. yedfe&ity OBITUARY NO HOSPITALIZATION We Are Affordable plastic SuRQeRy Complex 850 FULTON ST (Route 109) Farmingdale. L I 11735 NYC (21 2) 283-0723 (516)752-1333 DEATH NOTICES BAOUE Joseph, J. on June 5, 1980, Beloved husband of Emma. Devoted father of Marilyn Starace, Anna Zido & Joseph Baque. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, 1 sister & 2 brothers. Reposing at the R. STUTZMAN & SON FUNERAL HOME, 224-39 Jamaica Ave, Queens Village, L.I. Funeral Mass at Our Lady Of Lourdes R.C Church, Mon. 10:30 A.M. Interment St. Johns Cemetery. - Visiting 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. BURKE Carmela. On June 5, 1980. Beloved wife of the late Francis. Dear mother of Robert Burke & Barbara Randazzo. Visiting at JOHN J. PHILLIPS FUNERAL HOME, Middle Village, on Sat. & Sun. 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. Mass of the Christian Burial at St. Margarets on Mon. 10:15 A.M. Interment at St. Johns Cemetery. CANTWELL Anne J. On June 6, 1980. Devoted aunt of Mary Bowe, James & Edward Sweeney & Jeanne Sabatinl. Family will receive friends from 2-5 & 7-9 P.M., at WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 5628 Broadway at 232 St., Bx. Funeral Mass St. Johns Church 10:30 A.M., Mon. CIRONE Antoinette. Beloved mother of Ralph, John, Josephine Ba-rone, Alfred. Also survived by 7 grandchildren 8. 1 great-grandchild. Reposing at GUARINO FUNERAL HOME, 9222 Flatlands Ave., Bklyn. Mass of The Resurrection, Little Flower R.C. Church, Tues., 10:20 A.M. . , .. . ; , i on' Ho of Miami in which an estimated $100 million in damage was caused and 16 persons were killed after the acquittal of four white former policemen on charges of killing a 33-year-old black man. After the rioting, Carter sent Attorney General Benjamin Civiletti and other federal officials to the area to determine whether the four men should be charged under federal civil rights statutes. The President is scheduled to fly to Seattle to address a meeting of the United States. Conference of Mayors on Tuesday before returning to Washington that night attack yesterday at the Rome clinic where her husband died 24 hours earlier. The French-born Mrs. Amendola was stricken while visiting the clinic where her husband's body was on public view. REV. LEO RAKALE Johannesburg (AP) The Rev. Leo Rakale, 66, a South African Anglican priest who was the model for the central black character in Alan Paton's novel "Cry, The Beloved Country," died Wednesday of a heart attack. Akc YourseIF BEAUTiftl" A Custom Creative Approach to: Face Lift Eyelid & Neck Wrinkles Youthfulized Breast Enlargement (latest Transaxillary technique). Uplift, Reduction Noses, Chins & Ears Reprofiled Post Mastectomy Reconstruction Body Sculpturing: Tummy Tucks, Thigh Lifts, Buttocks Streamlined Male Breast Reduction Acne Scars Smoothed with refined Oermaptaning procedures Hair Transplants. COSTS CONWAY Joseph P. On June 5, 1980. Beloved husband of the late Antoinette (nee Romano). Loving father of JoAnne, Frank, James & Lisa Anne. Dear brother of James, John, Robert, Catherine Kanney, Francis & Teresa Eibler. Reposing at EDWARD D. LYNCH & SON FUNERAL HOME, 43-07 Queens Blvd. Sunnyside.L.I. Mass of Christian Burial St. Teresa R.C. Church, Mon. 9:30 A.M. Interment L.I. National Cemetery. DEMAR EST Helen A. On June 5, 1980. Secretary to Speech Dept. CCNY. Loving wife of Winfield. Devoted mother of Elizabeth Jane & Winfield J. Jr. (Jimmy). Fond grandmother of Christine. Family will receive friends from 2-5 & 7-9 P.M., at WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 5628 Broadway at 232 St., Bx. Funeral Mass, Visitation Church 10 A.M., Monday. DONATO Catherine. On June 5, 1980. Beloved wife of John. Devoted mother of Racheal Manning & John Jr. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Dear daughter of Mary Buck-lo. Fond sister of Mae Harris, Lucy Trauth & Madeline Cooper. Reposing at TRZASKA FUNERAL HOME, 6741 5th Ave, Eklyn, until Mon. 8:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial 9:30 A.M. St. Andrews R.C. Church. DOUGHERTY Mildred. Beloved wife of the late Gerard. Loving mother of Edward, Gerard, & Patrick. Also 5 grandchildren. Reposing GUARINO FUNERAL HOME, 270 Av.e X, until Monday, 10 A.M. Mass, St. Simon & Jude Church, 10.30 A.M. PLASTIC SURGERY COMPlEX (Continued from page 3) the Bureau of Labor Statistics said that the number of jobless New Yorkers 251,000 was only slightly higher than the year-ago totals. He estimated employment in the city last month at 2,750,000, up 25,000 from May 1979. Norwood also reported a marked improvement in the performance of wholesale prices, an increase of only 0.3 in prices of finished producer goods. It was the second consecutive month of modest increases and should mean a continued slowdown in inflation at the consumer level. She called the development "encouraging." But Congressional reaction and private commentators centered on the gloomy unemployment report, which suggested that joblessness will be far worse than the 7.2 year-end rate forecast by the Carter administration as part of its bal-ance-the-budget exercise. Rep. Parren Mitchell (D-Md.), chairman of the Congressional Black Caucus, termed the administration's economic . strategies "utterly insane," and the AFL- Bwana Ed (Continued from page Z) remarks (he had put aside his formal text), the panelists made friendly sounds and agreed with Koch that block grants from the the federal government usable for any purpose would aid cities more than categorical grants directed at individual problems. "There are a number of things we could agree with," Tower told Koch. Brock joked that Koch's remarks were the best summary he had heard of why a Republican Congress should be elected. The forum was the 10th in a series the Republicans have held around the country to hear testimony on platform issues. FEGAN William. On June 5, 1980. Beloved husband of the late Irene. Dear father of Vera Zimmerman, Peter, William & Norene Jensen. Also survived by 3 grandchildren. Funeral, Mon., 9 A.M., from the Mclaughlin & sons colonial HOME, Third Ave., at 97th St., Bklyn. Mass of the Christian Burial, 9:30 A.M., St. Anselm's Church. GATTO Domenico. On June 5. Devoted husband of Mary S. (nee De-Ingeo). Beloved father of Pasqua Vituccl, Michael, Ann Perrillo, Joanne Trombetta, Domenlck, Frank & Vincent. Also survived by 52 grandchildren & 25 great-grandchildren. Reposing at CUSIMANO & RUSSO , INC. 2005 W. 6th St. Funeral Mass Mon. 9:45 A.M. St. Simon & Juoe R.C. Church. GRIMALDI Frank. On June 6,1980. Devoted husband of Frances (nee Bambino). Beloved father of Thomas. Marian Police, Helene De-Vita and Susan Tully. Loving brother of Anna Nalbone and Jennie Tin-nerello. Loving grandfather of 7. Reposing at CASTLE HILL FUNERAL HOME, Saturday, Sunday & Monday from 2-5 and 7-9:30. Mass of Christian Burial, Tuesday, 9:45 A.M., Holy Family Church. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. GUSTAFSON John G. (Gus). On June 6, 1980. Beloved husband of Lucille M. (Forner j. Devoted father of Alan. Also survived by 3 loving grandsons. Reposing LEO F. KEARNS FUNERAL HOME, 103-33 Lefferts Blvd., Richmond Hill. Funeral Mon. Interment Calvary Cemetery. KELLY Mary (nee Barrett). Native 81 Castle Island Co., Kerry, Ireland, n June 6, 1980. Beloved wife of the late James. Devoted mother of James J., Mary Angerano, Eileen Cipoilone, Cornelia Hamlin. Loving sister of James Barrett. Also survived by 18 grandchildren 8, 2 great grandchildren. Reposing 2-5 8. 7-10 P.M., Sat. 8. Sun. at John J. JOHN J. FOX & SONS Inc., 201St at the Grand Concourse, Bx. Mass of the Resurrection, 11 A.M. Monday, St. Philip Neri Church. Interment Cal-vary Cemetery. LEPORE Sue. On June 5, 1980. Beloved mother of Alexander, Joseph, Norma Pace and Richard. Loving sister of Jean, Elsie and Fred r-ran-ciosa. Reposing at the WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 1504 Third Ave (85th St.) until Monday, 9:30 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C. Church (115 St.), 10 A.M. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. Director Louis G. Cava LIOTINE Rosina. Of S.I. On June 5, 1980. Beloved wife of Vito. Loving mother of Joseph & Stephen. Dear daughter of Rocco & Annie Delle-grazie. Devoted sister of Julia 8. William Dellegrazie. Reposing MATTHEW FUNERAL HOME, 2508 Victory Blvd., Staten Island, until Mon., 9 A.M. Visiting 2-4 & 7-10 P.M. (Exp 278 Exit Victory Blvd.) MINA Vincent P. (Jimmy). Beloved husband of Margaret (nee Mur-nane). Devoted father of Joseph & Patricia Coar. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Dear brother of Frances Carlson & Michael. Reposing DANIEL GEORGE 8. SON, 1852 Bam Ave, BKiyn, until won. v a.m. Funeral Mass St. Frances Cabrinl R.C. Church 9:30 A.M. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 & 7-10 PM. beats GOP bushes DEATH NOTICES MIGLIARA Crocefissa. Beloved mother of Onofrio, Charles S. Frances Colombo & 5 grandchildren. Reposing Glendale Funeral Home. Copper & Myrtle Avenues, until Mon., 8:30 A.M. MONGITORE Charles. Loving father of Charles Jr. & Lisa. Beloved son of Joseph & Millie. Devoted brother of Dina Mackey & Angelo. Reposing at THOMAS M. QUINN FUNERAL HOME. 35 20 Broadway, Qns., until Mon., 8:45 A.M. PAS5ALACQU A Guiseppe, Sr. On June 6, 1980. Beloved husband of Rosa. Dear father of Guiseppe, Jr., Salvatore, Seraflna Amato, Croce, John & Anthony. Funeral Mon. 9:15 A.M. from McMANUS FUNERAL HOME, 2001 Flatbush Ave, Bklvn. Funeral Mass 9:45 A.M. St. Thomas Aauinas Church. PIPITONE Vincent (The Count). On June 6, 1980. Beloved husband of Vita. Loving father of Frank, Joanna Vlncelll and Catherine Principe. Reposing JAMES FUNERAL HOME of Queens, 89-01 Rockaway Blvd., Ozone Pk., Sat. and Sun., 2-5 and 7-10 P.M. Funeral Mass, Mon., 9:45 A.M. at St. Elizabeth's Church. Interment St. John's Cemetery. POGGIOLI John A. On June 6, 1980. Of Spring Valley, N.Y. Formerly of N.Y.C. At 57 yrs of age. Husband of Ann. Father of Diane Serpati and Philip. Also survived bv 3 grandchildren. Brother of Rita Horney. Norma Masterandra, Jean Plug! and Joseph. Mass on Mon., at 11 A.M. at the St. Josephs Church, Spring Valley. Interment in the Calvary Cemetery, Queens. Visiting hrs at the Wanamaker and Carlough Funeral Home, Route 59, Suffern, N.Y., on Sat. and Sun., 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. QUINN Beatrice (nee Sweeney). On June 5, 1980. Native of Charlestown, County Mayo, Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Michael. Devoted mother of Mary O.Keefe, Nancy Wa99aman and John Quinn. Sister of Michael, Thomas, Martin and Annie. Also survived by 19 grandchildren and 10 greal-grandchtldren. The family will receive friends from 2-5 and 7-10 P.M. at JOHN F.X. McKEON and SON FUNERAL HOME, 2405 E. Tremont Ave., (at Castle Hill Ave) Bx. Mass of Christian Burial at the Church of St. Raymond, Mon. 10 A.M. Interment at St. Raymond's Cemetery. ROSENBLUTH Julius. Pres. Local 111. I.L.G.P.N.W.U. Beloved husband of Lillian. Devoted father of Robert & Michael. Father In Law of Gavle. Adored grandfather of Jill & Amy. Loving brother. Services Sun. 11:30 A.M. SCHWARTZ BROTHERS, "Forest Park Chapel," Queens Blvd. . 76 Rd.. Forest Hills. RUSSO Ralph. Beloved husband of Josephine (nee Tossi). Devoted father of Marie Saecente, Michael, Alice Ferone 8. Dolores DiGlglla. Loving grandfather of 15 grandchildren & 11 great grandchildren. Reposing at James Funeral Home 200 Boundary Ave, No. Massapequa. Funeral Mon. Mass 10 A.M. St. Kil-lan's Church. Visiting 2-5 8. 7-10 P.M. SANOST ROM Lillian E. On June 5, 19S0. Beloved aunt of several nieces 8. nephews. Funeral service at the chapel of GEORGE SIEBOLO 8, SON, 7523 3rd Ave., Bklyn. Mon., 2 P.M. Interment following in Greenwood Cemetery. Visiting hrs. on Sun. 7-9 P.M. CIO called on the White House to-"stop playing games" and activate programs "that address the deepening recession and alleviate the suffering of the unemployed." Republicans accused the administration of deliberately causing the recession through tight budget and monetary policies aimed at reducing inflation and renewed their calls for a tax cut. "The massive job losses were caused by the Carter policy of high taxes and high prices," said Sen. William V. Roth (R-Del.). Reflecting recent layoffs in auto and steel, the jobless report for May showed that unemployment among adult men jumped 0.7 to 6.6, the first time in two decades that the rate has matched that of adult women, who incurred only a 0.3 increase in unemployment Teenage unemployment shot up three full percentage points to 19.2, and black unemployment rose by 1.3 to 13.9, well above the white rate of 6.9. Employment totaled 96.9 million, a decline of nearly a million jobs in the last three months. Former Treasury Secretary William Si- mon, who served in the Nixon administration and who offered several months ago to head a "Republicans for Koch" committee next year, was among the 70 witnesses who were heard here yesterday. Aides to the mayor said his burst of appearances about the problems of the " city was a reaction to the Carter budget cuts and to the deepening economic crisis that Koch felt contributed to the riots in Miami last month, the aides said. The mayor will address the U.S. Conference of Mayors in Seattle today and plans a more orthodox appearance before the Democratic Platform Committee in Washington next Friday. SANTORELLI Frank. (Chic Ross). Beloved brother of the late Pepe Ross, Rose & Nancy. Devoted Uncle of Elvira Fugnetti, Rita Gambino, John, Michael, Joseph 8, Anthony Valentino. Funeral from ViTALE FUNERAL HOME, 124 Mulberry St, Mon. 9 A8.M. Mass at Most Precious Blood Church, 7:30 A.M. Hours 2-5 & -iu K.IVt. SCUTARO Daniel. Beloved son of Fay & Matthew. Loving brother of Diane. Devoted grandson of Angela Mastrandrea. Reposing GUARINO FUNERAL HOME270 Ave. X. until Monday, 9:30 A.M. Mass, St. Rose of Lima Church, 10:15 A.M. SKIFFINGTON Patricia A. On June the 5th, 1980. Beloved daughter of the late Thomas and Mary Kelly. Loving sister of Frances Wiesendan-ger. May Blood, Josephine Riley, John and Thomas Dohertv. Also survived by 3 nieces, 6 nephews and 2 great nieces. Reposing NEUFELO FUNERAL HOME, 88-04 43rd Avenue Elmhurst. Mass of Christian Burial St. Bartholomew Church, Monday at 10.30 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. STEIMEL August J. On June 5, 1980. Retired NYCPD. Husband of Helen L. Father of Richard J. Stel-mel, Joan L. Donlon & Virginia A. Burke. Brother In Law of Frances Steimel. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Funeral from the DOYLE B. SHAFFER INC. FUNERAL HOME, Little Neck Pkwy at Northern Blvd. Little Neck on Mon 9:15 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial at St. Anastasia's R.C. Church 9:45 A.M. Interment Mount St. Marys Cemetery. Visiting Sat. 7-10, Sun. 2-5 & 7-10 P.M. WALSH Matthew R. (Sonny). Re-tired executive vice president & director of McLean & McLean. After a brief Illness on June 5, 1980. Beloved husband of Lillian (nee Pel-letier) Walsh. Dear brother of Edna Lackave. Devoted father of James S. Matthew. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Friends may call at WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 80-20 Roosevelt Ave., Jackson Hts., on Sat. & Sun.. 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. A. 7 P.M. to 9 P.M. Mass of Resurrection will be offered on Mon., 9:30 A.M. at Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church In Jackson Hts. IN MFMORIAM CAR I AT I DOMINICK. Happy 15th Anniversary. Never forgotten, thoughts and pravers of you always. wire nvuis, son Lxmaid. ClCCONE Rosario. Happy Birthday in Heaven. You are Always In Our Hearts 8, Prayers. Love Mom, Papa 8. Family FEENEY Mildred & William. Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary in heaven. Always In my memory. Love Bill. For Home Delivery cf the Daily News Cell 800-331 -1000 TOLL FREE ANYTIME t- 5 PJ 35 co CO O PJ 8

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