The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on November 18, 1986 · 4
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 4

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f Gannett Westchester NewspaperaTueaday November 18 1906 I: J- $ - I -r I i: I1 I I t TV 'S h - — j £ - QmCbs&ni witnessed George Casino a U1 Navy aeaaua who wea aboard the battle- - sbipUSS MiMoori at Tokyo Bay during the Japaneao surrender in - 'World War H diad Saturday of a heart seizure at United Hospital bi Port Cheater Ho war 71 and had lived te Rye He was bora' Jan 11 UOK to Salvatore and Raflheta OtBuaaa Cacino In Port Charter whom ho "m— dfd piMlf trhooU- la 1927 he married Mary Bar-aorito of Rye at Holy Trinity Homan Catholic Charch la Mamaroneck The their home in Bye Alter working Sir the BaaaeU Burdiall A Ward Bolt and Nut Co in Port Chester and an arms man-ulhcturer ia Bridgeport Coul Mr Casino waa drafted Into the UA Nary ln 1942 He waa aarigaed to the Missouri alter basic trainfe “He was in aU the audor caao pelgni in the Pacific tadudfaw the bottle of Guam and the bottle of Iwo Jima” said George Casino Jr of Rye i His solo said Mr Casino waa ea the Missouri on Sept 2 Terence Edward Cashln of New Rochelle a retired night managwr at the Manor Inn lin Larckmout' died Supday at New Rochelle Hospital Medical Canter after a heart attack He was 72 He was bora Oct 1 1914 to Martin and Jane Condon Cashia in Brooklyn where he was raised In 1938 he lurried Marjorie Bingham and moved to BcUeroee Queens and lived there until 1948 They were later divorced Mr Cashin lived in New Hyde Pa LX from 1948 to 1951 when be moved to Westbury LL ' During the 1980a and 1900a Mr Cashin was the proprietor of a television- repair and -hardware business in BeUeroao i In Westbury he was a ammber former Teresa as a nurse fbr 41 years at hospitals including United Hoapt tel in Port Cheater died Nov 3 at SL Vincent's Hospttri in New York City She waa 84 mid had keen living in New York City fbr about 30 years She was born Feb 2L 1922 to Paul J and Loretta Brennan Kennedy in Greenwich Conn In her younger years Mim Kennedy lived in Greenwich Hillsdale NY and Port Chester She grad rated from Port "Cheater High SchooL — :--- - In 1943sbe graduated from SL Vipeenfs Hdhnital School of Nursing V Duriiher i at SL Vincent's and United hospi-tals andj in the pediatric unit of real estate Frances Basin of Rye Brook a retired real estate broker died Sunday at Greenwich (Omul) Hoo- pitaL She was 80 and had anfterad from Aliheimert dlseeae Mrs Baste was employed by - Prince A Ripley a rani estate firm in Ryej ter IS yean befere retirement 10 yean ago Her band Albert J Basin said aha sold snd pripertToinie1"y grounds of the Westchester Coon- Sr Basin whom dn married in try Club in Harrison 1972 Born in New York City Sept b addition to her 14 1906 to Albert P and Juba Mrs Basin b survived bp a eon Skelly Stab ahe had lived in ThoausLahey of Houston a sister Mamaroneck Scarsdale and Julia OTillaghan of Rye and a Greenwich For the past 28 yean brottier CherieiJgideLjrf&g she lived in what now is known as JervbNY World John A Mascara of Fla' and formerly of Mount Ver-- non died Sunday in a Margite nursing home alter a brief lllnem -HewasOO Mr Mascara was ben April 8 1896 in Mount Vernon to Anthony and Mary Frances Lata Maeearo He moved from Mount Vernon to Margate about 28 years age During Worid War L Mr Mascara served in tha US Navy He was aa engineer with Inter-Chemical Col of New York City retiring in 1900 Mr Mascara waa a THE DAILY ITEM Local OWca:g Nam Am Nw Wash all KY MalBOWBa:OBaQanwaUOrtmWIWWFIawNV10mt THE OAAV ITEM (INFS MbMOL VaL BL Na NL — r ikwuKilintMnfeaaEi mMaaaiaMaMalilfeE7GNI mnrnubi niirlilaniifUrrmwiin TTninanniSfWirii ““ u(nim-hmiM iMinh HW4bdfelalBnNllannaatakShalnkniMnBNaawilaaainaallakaa wnrkgfeiildivwfe SUE Mty safer bm OaAMundiy mm Malar pwWaasNtfMFartChaakrNVFOBIMASIBI:SandadSrawahanaaalB raMadmjacjfwwrfeafelBhar TtwOaNvRMnOnaaaMSROrtmVMIaFWhwNViaaBL nNnlaaWI 'tjr law lam- 1am Jasaph IL Urrm1 M Andarton AdwWngeSL6tSr OwdM Prat ProdueSm M INI Japanese surrender : 1945 whoa the Ja derad to Gen Dongtaa MacArthur In Tokyo Bay Altor the war Mr Caaiao took a Job aa a waiter at the Weatchea ter Country Cfaih la HarrieoiL He “Ho was a find believer la Bye" said Jeanette Gray of Bye a daughter “He used to awet Mb Mends at McCullough! talk about Bye and current mil" Mr Caaiao waa a member of of the Association of the Battleship Missouri He was abo a parishioner at the Church of Resurrection Qmiwi Pftfcnii Church in Rye ' ' ' Ia addition to his wife son and daughter Mr Casino ia survived by a brother Mkharief Baanfaw Cal-lft a sister Florence JaworaM of Ppct Chaster two grandchildren sad two great grandfhHdrea A brother Joseph and a Lillian Puerile died boferp him retired night manager for inn of the Kiwaais Cluh and the West-bury Methodist Church He Burned to New Rochdie in 1978 and worked -for about sis years as a night amnager at the Manor Ian ia Larehmont He left thatjobla June He was active with the Hugh A afaiging and playing cards A baritone he was part of a ringing group that aometimea per-—nl at other mh— fg dlities He ia survived by two daughters Ruth Monadl of KenL flnm and CUre Stein of Merrick LA a brother Lester of Beileroec s sister Dorothy Dutra of Florida and nurse Pittsfield (MaasJ General Hospital now Berkshire Center also worked as a private and industrial nurse in the New York City 10m Kennedy retired in 1984 as nursing administrator of the New York City office of American CarteFoundiy- A parishioner of SL Cohimbo’i Church ia New York City Him Kennedy also wm a member of the SL Vineent’i Hmpitel Alumni As-- ishMim — H wlmijnf fof BjIMfl ing for the Blind in New York City — She is survived by a sister Joan -K (Mrs John R) Harvey of Pittrildd Mam three brothers -Paul J Kennedy of Nonvidk Coul L Roger Kennedy of Greenwich and Francis X —dy of 8pencertown NY broker j Bye Brook A p— — of the Reel Tirtatr Board of Westchester County she belonged to tbs Wykagyl Country Ctab in New Rochelle where she euioyed playing goK She was abo a ammbnr of the Church of the Resurrection in Bye Her lint: War I veteran riabtener of Our Lad£ of Victory Church in Mount Vernbo Os first write tho Au yeen ago died in 1908 His second wife Adeline Mascara survives - Abo surviving bra a daughter Marie CaattgUa of Ana Arbor lfidL two staters Katherine Plssa-reflo of Franklin Lakes N J an 0 Ann Signorelli of Mount Vernon three brothers Edward and August both ef New RocfaeOe and Arthony of White 'JUng two great- P 'on m'C Palrtew a Nwfe J p ii 1' HwAWIkharraaarMaawriNa to chand awaWacrtpSM raw during w WmNjhWauhaBrtpSaiiasonMdnjw'nollBaTliknallcanwvbahynwMW SLSITI aw aufeaerfhar fey node eanWhwd to Sw 1 ODnrUARIEiF John UcGoldricki maintenance worker John "Frank" McGoldrick a ram and then became a audnto- retired maintenance worker and a 81-year resident of the Byram sec- tioa of Greenwich Ooml died Wedaeaday at Greenwich Hospital following a heart attack Ho waa Bora Fob 14 1917 -in County Cavan Ireland to Michael and Mary McGoldrick he came to Cta-nectieut 41 yeors ago and studied dry cleaning in Bridgeport " He was the' manager of the tenner Sate Way Cleaners in By- Lu& CcmcRltSa Jtj retired plumber Luigi “Look" Cmnarddla Jra lifelong Harrison resident who was a retired plumber and avid gardener died Monday at United Hospital ia Port Chester He was 81 He was bora' Oct 2 1905 in Harrison to Luigi and Theresa In 1982 he married Robe -Ca- pone at Mount Carmel Church in White Plains A ' plumber Mr Camardella worked ter I AT plumbing and Heating Col Inc in Mamaroneck ter many'years until he retired (n 1970 Ho was -a member of the Plumbers Union Local M ter more than 80 years' - He was a parishioner of SL DEATH NOTICES : “ ” a w nm m iml-r af INS BMMEY T MCLANAHAN MNERAL HOME SM W wW Mm Rsanl smtot NmiWv n MH m CMwtns AMU BON OuA a Lkoti Am Nw R-- feWrmsnl WMs nuns Ru- UwOWUMniidOwd m Nm 14 was I of AJbvt X DnoM - of Thomsi LMmv Lsrtna mur or jum ocwmmn a ChartwIIM Osar awd at Olsns TSnvl cUw Mmdi an Man 7-hpm a TUaa S4 and Mam U Sia WILLIAM HGRAHAM FUNERAL HOME MBS Part RdL Rva NV Mm at ChrtaBan RuriU WML llam M RaawncBan Church Rm lmwm Fkwm iimngra wm w iwevmi warny Nry In Sau af Saawi dwadan In HUNTS Taa il a aw mi brUhwaf MaSv VWuMLana VSu-Nu Ehmv Rlochu Osama a Edward Ala aurvlvad bv I M COKE E GAR- M Bw r mwk a wm m a 7-mm nm- ral Mam Thun Nam It ( nrk RjC Church tanaand Mr 1 Dion Nam 14 MS4 1 ef OuO MannrtU Hanw he ham 7-tan an Atm a S4 a 7-fam TUaa FWwral Maaa al Nw Church af Ms RaaauracEin d mace Qualify Rva harm iXOnNw bv a Mra VMi Byr4 a vaM nwoa Mn Ruhr WHtaan af ML vwnan jLEEOl WOOD FUNERAL HOME a E MKML vwiwn NY ladav S- di SOMMAtaasm A On Hawm fear M HSL Rwod — LYON a HARTNETT I ny m Maari Lte agwee ftoUl— Ml MSHl MM m UWWI BurtW ihundav IMSnn IL An-wnvk Chwtfk tdwmwd ML M- af Ptfrtck IN WHALEN a HOME MC Ml A Duffel too w oo no QST W7JD MTS IMS Pond’s Inc in Greenwich retiring in 1981 ' Mr McGoldrick waa a member of the Holy Name Society of the Sacred Heart Church in Bynpa the Ancient Order-of - Hibernians 'In Greenwich and the Irish-Americaa Association in Port Chester He is survived by hla wife the termer Ellen Waters two brother Joseph and Phillip both of County Cavan and a sister Mary Katq McGoldrick of Liverpool England I Gregory the Great Church Jn iW- rison Mr Camardella was an avid gardener who was very fit ter hla age and enjoyed riding his bicye according to relatives In addition to his wife Mr' Camardella la survived by a daughter Gloria Terranova of Mahopar two brothers George of Harrison and Edward of Ariaona three slaters Molly YituteLena Vitulo and Eleanor Riccio all of Harrison live grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren - — -— A son Raymond died before him Three brother- Paaquale Fred and Albert and a sister Mafelda Riccio also died bejbre Mm Mam 'af OrtUlpn Burial S Ja-assli’S ChunA an Thursday Na- nm urns of ositir -SL lowrti GSmsUrv hews TUmdw end w wid 7-Am In Sm of V On Nswambar I 14 HSL Raaaafew McMAHOli LYON 4 HARTNETT FUNERAL NOME an a Faul few BURR DAVW4HARPE FUNERAL HOME BC M M Am Ml Vhman NV an Man a TUea ham KaandMam Kl and 7-ram Msm af Oirirttan aurtal Thunmv IUIbu St John OwnA Mwmanl Whda Flafea SaanTlaf DaUaFlsand Wmar nUdmoa af Owlnfew NY an SaL Nw 14 H0 U HoSywoad Fla Sundund Mr huaband Rahh aan a daufdr In laar FMSs a Karan ManaBald af Mamma Itv I WM Nw ML at FRED FUNERAL HOME OBI I L Of ML Kbcau NY On Nwambar 17 HSL Aaa 71 yarn WMa at ASM K H Kana-km nuad aandem Wfadmadby mam U RW OELKER a cox FWCRAL NOME Ml Matl M MLKbcwNYFrtandinwvcalat af Saawra 1 ML KNOW NY ' Ms EDWMNO'F CARTER TUNE RAL HOME 171 KMaa FWlV Rd ' Manhsia an Tuaa 7-aam 4 WM - 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I A an Nav 14 HSL I M Sw JAMES X GUM- - PERO FUNERAL HOME INC pmcyWWr-Oranhwalhar af 4 AWnaTuasS-tamM— afOvk- Servlcas PELHAM FUNERAL B -MIU — WW WWW W- — a — — — RmeartN CwvuaChrtdl Church — 5 1 SAigfffZSl Vkiww haun an Tuaadav and 1-4 Jy and Msm bdmnl Oak af MARTBUeab X Onl NIL ARw a hrtaf I FRCVUIK 1 HuMA Mn JNai (Anw) Chmidc and Mn Marts name Ako sarWwd bv nwnv nkma and nmham Rkndinwv cal N THE HASTINGS FUNERAL HOME BC IS Sartna it an Mm a Tuaa tam H and Thai Ew-edna IwvlBn Mw a Dm d Mbwik Rmnl Samos N ST MICHAEL UKRANOAN CHUROi an Wkhwidw N Nwn I MLlkra Cwnakry dbd N Rva kr many warn Swv-Hhd M Bw Rw Synasaaw M bkadkwican la Sw Lsuk X Nkrtk MEMORIAL BOOKSHELF N kjl ''hasusn- TO ADVERTISE - (17 HwpeNcvNtiWn yarktoconactaNarrafiprompayfend anlnaltodtocaSferrorfetoawfeUinllanNSife feurfa IL BsSoyi beauty salpnoperator Susie EUaabeth Bailey a Or- high school la Marion and mer beauty aakm owner who was a West Virginia State College 8b New naldent Sir more waa also graduated from the Beat than 50 years died Sunday at New j Rochelle iiiH— i Center i alter a long Illness She waa 99 ' Mia Bailey waa the the 8uli 5!? Sf! loa on North Avenue during the - AOI SI — MRF UW AI OB® late 1980s and eartyioueAi one than she had 11 operaterawrorklng - ter her Bora July 28 1917 ia Marion Va to (temtea P and Surie Bidka Young she awved to New Rochdie more thaa 80 yeera ago Mrs Bailey waa graduated from CBSherim ChCgsn 60 years in New Rochelle Ue Church in New HocheOe and a I member of the Harriaoa chapter of I --Catherine Mum— who to New BocheOe in the 1920s ftmn Ireland died Sunday at her home ia the city She was hern in BaUymoney County Antrim in what la now Northern Ireland to John and Ann Murdoch Mulholiand “She awved to New Rochelle because there were people she knew here Bern BaUymoney” said heroonJmaea Francis Mulligan of New Rochelle-: - In 1928tshe married Owen Patrick Mulligan aa -employee of the New Hospital - MedM Center Sn was a communicant of Bicaaed Sacrament Roman Catho- N On N—mtar 14 mk 01 riectiimr uv wm i Be Mt Arthur W Mm moRar of Arthur w Mm and Marten Ban- ml ¥ m ItrvICM PELHAM FUNERAL HOME m Uncafei Am I NY an wawndav arnnlna at fenkniwd CUd ChuRfc hdammd laaaManrhaartsvau Ml awfemwr iwabwanumr Wkkwaawndmvaur Mam Data I an Nml 14HSL af — tiEIVSHDTUriiS Cuttw College ia NBw Tor aty A member of St Catberin AME Boa Church la Now Bo cheUe she saag la the chureh’i asnlor choir She waa also a a MHlim Mom PmmholU iIm ujaand 1970a ley of Norwich NY im Briley Is survived by Unee gjgtrgj Geneva Smalls and Beulah Woodward all of New Rochelle the Third Order of St Frauds aj lay religious order of women who fellow in tho feotstepa of St Francis in living a ChriatUhe life In addition to her aon in New Rochelle Mrs lining— g survived by two-other sons Owen Patrick Jr of Westminster Cowl' John Joseph of Yonkers two daughters Ann Flnoeehi of HoUy- of Westminster Cokt 21 grandchil- Her husband died ia 1941 A daughter Cathleea M McCauley died before her - Jr WhmaBkimini am feiSw via Leafeuaw I--I at McMAHOM LYON a HARTNETT RJ- : NERALH0MEM1 To Publish: Death Notices -Card of-Thanks-In Memoriams St Jude Lodge Notices Call: 694-5147 tll-F 7:30am-8:45 pm Sat: 8anv8:45pm - Sun: 3pm-645pm Obituaries CaN Local Gannett-Westchaster Papers L Listed in Telephone Directory I

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