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MK Ri Gannett Westchester NewspapersTuesday, October 8, 1985 A Section p 4 i t- ,t i' a f- T ruck halted by bridge County police Married eertf to day to unload II tone of cargo from a tractor-traikr track that was stuck on the Hutchinson River Parkway and remove the truck before the morning rash hour. The track, hauling electric mo tors and automobile parts, smashed into the Weaver Street Bridge on the Hutchinson River Parkway shortly before 1 am The track was-removed at 5:31 am Thicks are not allowed on this parkway. The Weaver Street Bridge Its not what you earn. IPs what you keep that counts. Nuveea8.7ffax-R,ee. For more compleie Information on the current series ol the NuveenTsx-Exempt Bond Fund, including charges end expenses, send lore prospectus by teiephon- , ing or msiiing the coupon. Heed it carefully before you invest or send money. 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(! mean, four a.m. feedings are bad enough without freezing your booties off, too.) That's why I've been a Burke Heat customer all my life. The service people are great. Just what I need on call 24 hours a day. And when you've got a dad who's banking on the Ivy League, the price couldnt be better. - Look: warmth and security mean a lot to a guy like me. - If things weren't right, believe me. I'd let you know. 769-5053 Burke Heat Warmth is what we're all about. is near the Scarsdale-New Rochelle border. The truck was causing minor traffic delays as of 5:15 a.m., said LLRJLRokicU. Police said Louis Aylings H, 38, of Claremore, Oklt was issued summonses for driving a restricted vehicle on a parkway and for damaging Department of Transportation property. The track is owned by CPI Inc. of Arkansas. I Rokicki said that state DOT offi-dais planned to inspect the bridge this morning to see IT the crash caused any structural damage, i but that officers at the scene had reported only that the bridge's bottom was scraped. Pndrnle P. Winy OBITUARIES- Dr. Seymour Sctioenholz Dr. Seymour Sctioenholz, an anesthesiologist, died Sunday at his home in Campbell Hall, N.Y. He was 78. Dr. Hall was the father of Holly Rose of Ifamaroneck. Born Aug. 15, 1907, in the Bronx to Harry and Bertha Rogers Scboenbdz, he moved to Campbell Hall 49 years ago. Dr. Schoenholz was a member of the Otterkill Fire Department in Campbell Hall, the Orange County Medical Society and the New York state Medical Society. He was on the staff of Arden Hill Hospital in Goshen, where he was the chief anesthesiologist until 1977, and the Horton Memorial Hospital in Middletown, N.Y. In addition to his daughter in Mamaroneck, he is survived by another daughter, Nancy Reif, of Sloatsburg, N.Y4 his son, Eric, , of Glastonbury, Conn.; and five grandchildren. Ralph Condolucci Ralph Condolucci, a longtime Mamaroneck resident, died Sunday at Nyack Hospital. He was 89. Born July 13, 1898, in Malvipo, Italy, Mr. Condolucci came to the United Mates in 1910. He lived in Mamaroneck until 1982, when he moved to New City in Rockland County. Until his retirement, he operated the Ralph Condolucci Co., a garment manufacturing firm in New York City. - He is survived by his wife, Ida of New City, his son, Gerald of Hollywood, Fla.; his daughter, Loda Ga-brielle of New City, and four grandchildren. Charles F. MacDonald Jr. Charles F. MacDonald Jr., a lifelong resident of Rye, died Sunday at the United Hospital in Port Chester after a lengthy illness. He was 68. - He was born in Port Chester on Oct 19, 1918, to Anne Scanlon and Charles MacDonald Sr. He attended Rye schools and graduated from Rye High School. On Oct 19, 1942, he and the .former Helen Keller were married ,in Quantino, Va. Mr. MacDonald was an auto mechanic at the Milton Point Service Station. He served in World War H as a corporal in the first division of the U.S. Marine Corps and was awarded the Purple Heart for an injury received in Okinawa in 1945. Mr. MacDonald served as a volunteer firefighter with the Milton Point Engine and Hose Company in Rye. He was member of the Resurrection Church in Rye. Mr. MacDonald was a member of the Disabled American Veterans, Veterans of Foreign Wars and the Ameridm Legion Post 93 in Port Chester. In addition to his wife, he is survived by two sons, Robert of Brooklyn and Charles of Roselle, III4 two daughters, Kathy Lasiw of Rye and Patricia Maupin of Fisb- kill, N.Y.; his brother, James, of Springfield Mass.; his sister, Catherine McMaim, of Soothbury Conn; and eight grandchildren. Another sister, Peggy McMann, died before him. Public marina gets mixed reaction By Sandra Jamaa aua - - - Bwi wnur Port Chester officials proposed Monday a 254-slip public boating marina that would be paid for with federal and village funds. But the plan drew mixed reaction from members of the Port Chester Yacht Club, who continued to plea for affordable public boating in the village, npinutes after the proposal was announced by Mayor Peter Iasillo at a Board of Trustees meeting. The proposal, to be submitted to the New York Office of Parks, Recreation and Historical Preservation, which administers the federal funds, will seek 1 J million, half of the estimated L8 million cost, to help finance the proposed Byram River marina under Interstate 95 from the foot of. Purdy Avenue to the Westchester County sewage plant off Fox Island Road, according to Michael Ritchie, village manager. Assemblyman Ronald Toed, D-New Rochelle, who asked the board Monday to listen to the public, said he was pleased to . learn about the plans for the new marina and would do everything he could to help the village receive the funding. I believe we're on the right track," he said, "and the public should support the proposal for a public marina." I Anthony Saline, commodore of the yacht dub, said after the meeting that the new marina would not meet the needs of the yacht dub. He said he believed the proposed site could only yield about 80 slips. The club has 118 slips and provides moorings for 30 boats. "It might.be a partial solution," Saline said, "not a full solution." He added, however, that he would have to see the plans because the board has promised the public "many things in the past Members of the club have charged that the board wants to end public boating, which many see as family oriented recreation. Ritchie said that the new marina would meet the needs of the yacht club as well as boaters who use the villages marina at the foot of Westchester Avenue. The proposal lists the yacht club as having 108 boats and 38 moorings and the village marina as having 100 boats. Raymond, Parish, Pine ft Weiner, the consulting firm which made a feasibility study of the village's waterfront, reported that the proposed marina site can accommodate 254 slips, Ritchie Mid. Frank Zottola, a member of the yacht club and a boater for more than 30 years, said be was ."very, very happy" to learn about the plans for a new public marina and wished the board success in getting the funds. The yacht club is fighting its eviction from the 2.2 5-acre site it leases from the village. The village is seeking to develop 18 acres off Fox wand Road, including the yacht club site, for condominiums and retail shops. The money from the sale of the development site would help pay for the marina, Iasillo said. The village is seeking 910 mil-'' lion for the site. In other action, the board approved a zoning change at 30 Greenwood Ave, from multi-family residential to two-family residential; and approved a property line change so that Village-Green Condominiums, at the corner of Clermont Avenue and King Street can comply with a 50-foot buffer-zone requirement. CSEA negotiations falter; strike begins Civil Service Employees Association staff members are on strike across the state, including the regional office in White Plains, because contract negotiations have broken down, a union member said this morning. The staff members, about 200 statewide, began picketing the Albany office Monday and planned to picket the Region HI office in White Plains today, Anita Manley, a communications associate for the union, Hid today. Staff members are in two unions, one covering employees at the Albany headquarters, the other covering field office staff members. . About 20 CSEA workers are based in Region IH, which covers the southern part of the state. The union and management started contract negotiations in August,. the contract expired Sept 30 and a strike vote was taken last Tuesday, Ms. Manley said. Stanley Hornak, a CSEA spokesman in Albany, said this morning a federal mediator has been appointed tothetalks. Pndrnle D. Mlny DEATH NOTICES BODZEB, DmmM ea Frl. Oct. 4. till 4 niia Mtevuu MiMns vr Anna. Devoted father at Patricia Harrington, Oaarga and kUnau Ramm Wlewina baim ivmy mreswt vwwwp iwwv s will be hstd an Friday tram 7pm at St. Fracas A.M.E. Zion Church, Imitti St Part C hat-tar aad Sarvkat ta faNaw tram Arrangamant by RAVEN FUNERAL HOME CORF. 100 No. Main St, Spring VaHay - :elestina, Nalaa P.taaa Prana) Saiavad Wi ta at Oaarga (Dutch) Calaatlna. Laving Sitlor at V.Jamot Gratia, Lauit Gratia, Anthony Gratia, Jatoph Gratia, Attllio Gratia, Maria Graua and GU-da Sacca. Matt, at Christian Burial. Wad. WA.M. at St.John Tha Baptist Church. Family wlH racoiva Frlandt Man. A Tuet.2-4 A 76P.M. at THE F.RUGGIERO A SONS OF WESTCHESTER INC. 7S2 VON-' KERS AVE, YON-KERAN.Y.flASTS-MSO. BROBPLBUFrieda Of Hampton Bays. Formally at Yon kart, NY. On Octabar A INS. Bo-lovod wife of F radar icfc A., loving mothar of Carl and Fradorick Oroaplar. Dear tit-tar of William Wanganatain, Elite Krumiauf and tha lata Anna Elfert. Alto survived by 4 grandchildren Matthew, Elisabeth, Cart and Eric. Service from tha J. RONALD SCOTT FUNERAL HOME, Hampton Bays, NV. an Tuesday 11:00am. Burial ta tel lew In Calverten National Camatary. In lieu of Hewers donations to tha Christ Our -Saviour Lutheran Church at Hampton Bays. CONDOUICCLRalph Of City, NY. (Formerly af Mamaroneck, NY.). On Octabar 7, 1WS. Husband of Man, father of Gerald at Hollywood, Fla Lada Gabrieilo af Naw City, NY. Also survived by 4 grandchildren. Masa af Christian Burial Thursday W.QBam St. Augustine's Church, New City. Entombment Foracllft Mausoleum, Hartsdalo. Friends may call at HIGGINS FUNERAL HOME, HI So. Main St.. Now City Tuesday and Wednesday 1-4 and 7-tpm. DELZMA Michael J. an Oct. A NOS af SomarA N.Y. Husband of Ann. Father af Anita Fur-bush, Barbara, Lisa, Themes, Steven, Michael and Matthew Deli la. Brother at Henrietta Querent Adeline Lepagna, Virginia Docea, Vara Veipo, Nancy Venezia no. Anno Mario O'Brien, John and Matthew Delzlo. Also survived by S grandchildren. Reposing CLARK ASSOCIATES FUNERAL HOME. Katonah, Mon. A Tues. S-4 A 7-0 p.m. Mata of the Christian Burial at St. Joseph R.C. Church Croton Falla Wad. M a.m. Interment St. Joseph Comatary. DRAPALA, Hoary J. ol Ossining on Oct. A WPS. Survived by his wife Mofalda; I sons Victor, Vincent and John; I sister Anisin; 4 grandchildren and 1 nephews. Reposing - DORSEY FUNERAL HOME, INC 14 Emwlttoa PI Ois. Mon. 7-0 p.m. A Tues. S-4- A 7-0 p.m. Funaral Masa Wad M a.m St. Ann's Church. Interment SI. Augustine's Cemetery. GBNfSB, Salvators aa Oct .A WSS. Beloved Husband of the lata Vlncanilnla (nee Bonoflg- lie). Devoted Father af Jamas Ganlta, Sue CarosoKa and Anthony Gonlso. aim survived by five Grandchildren, eight Great Grandchildren and ana Groat Great Grand Daughter. Rapaslng, YANNANTUONO FUNERAL HOME, N WXIn-celn Av, Ml. Vernon. MasA of Christian Burial, Wed.t:MA.M. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Visiting hra. Man. A TueS.2-4 A 7-OP.M. HAVtLAMO, WaBaco on Oct. A was. Balovod husband of Eleanor (nee FraloN). Devoted son af Mary. Loving father of Jamas Maui, KeMy Galvan, Susan and Mary Ellon. Caring brother of Madafyn Mecca. Cherished grandfather of Denial, Kelly, Kathryn, Paul and Gary. Reposing at THE COXE A GRAZIANO FUNERAL HOME, 747 E. Boston Pott Rd Mamk. an Stan. A Tues. S-4 A 7-f. Stats of Christian Burial Wad. N a.m. SI. Vita's R.c. Church. JAKL Bala of Naw Roc holla an Oct. 7. Wes. Beloved husband of Elizabeth. Devoted father of Robert V. Reposing at THE GEO. T. DAVIA INC 14 La-Count PI an Tues. S-4 A 7-f. Stass of Christian Burial, Wad M a.m. at Holy Name of Jesus R.C. Church. Interment PuwtaMMziA aasaiaau uvvcnwvuui wrnvwsteF MacOONALD, Chariot F. of Rye. NY on Oct A was. Beloved husdband af Helen (non Keller). Devoted father of Robert of Brooklyn, NY, Charles of Roselle. llllnolA Kathy Lasiw el Rye, Patricia SSaupIn af FlthklH. Also survived by eight grandcMMren. - Brother at James of Spring-field, Mats., Catharlna SScStann of South bury, CT. Tha family wlH receive friends tram 2-4 and 7-tpm Tuesday at Hie WILLIAM H. GRAHAM FUNERAL HOME, MM Boston Post RA Rye. NY. Mass of Christian Burial Resurrection Church, Mam Wednesday. Interment Greenwood Union MEYCIUMrtho A. Of Yenken, NY. On October 7. was. Beloved sister at Clara. Calling hours at tha Fred H. McGrath A San Funoral Homo. Broni-vlHe between the hours of I to 4 and 7 to fpm Tuesday. Service at the Funeral Homo en Wed October fth at lifiOpm. MORAN, John D. Age SO. Of Lake Carmel, NY. Laving husband of Ellen, dear ton ef Mary Moran, fond father of John, Diana, Martin and - Christopher. Grandfather at Christine. Brethor of Eileen Dumey. Visiting at tha ADAMACORDOVANO FUNERAL HOME INC IS Church St Carmel, NY. (eft Rto 4), Wednesday 2-4 and 7-fpm. Funeral Mass Thursday 11:00am at St. James fh Apostle R.C. Church, Cermet. NY. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Valhalla. NY. ROBIBEROt James en Oct. 7, WOS. Beloved husband ef Marilyn (nee Galvano). Devoted father ef Anthony, Harry, Jamas and Bottte-Anne. Dear son of Anthony and the late Angelina. Adored grandfather of Christie-Anno, PauL Anthony and Tiffany. Fond brother of Rudy Robibero and Lea San Giorgio. Reposing at YANNANTUONO FUNERAL HOME. Mt. Vernon, N.Y. Mass ef Christian Burial Our Lady af Mt. Carmel Church, Wed. 10: IS a.m. Visiting Tues. 7-0 p.m. RUSSO, ConcotHna (Concetto) ef New Rochelle en Oct. A WPS. Beloved wife ef the late Mario (Founder of Marie Industries Inc Mt. VemoANY). Devoted mothar of Vito, Made- line Lamorte and Mary Scutet-laro. Loving grandmother of S and great grandmother of 7. Reposing at the GEO. T. DAVIS. INC 14 LeCount Pi en Tues. 2-4 A 7-0. Mass of Christian Burial, Wed 0:30 a.m. at Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu ef Hewers contributions may be made to New Rochelle Hospl-tat. SNIFFER, Janet T. formerly ef Port Chester In Rochester, N.Y. en Frl. Sept. V. WOS. Survived by hor son Roy T. Snifter ef Rochester; daughter Mrs. Robert (Barbara) Sabatt-nl; p baother and sister Kenneth and Betty Ann Ha german ef Southold, L.I..N.Y' 1 grandchildren and also nieces and . nephews. She was a retiree of Rochester Lincoln First Bank and Member and Past Matron at Consolation Chapter NO. 32 Order Of Eastern Star. Memorial Services were held at The Emanuel United Church Of Christ In Rochester. Graveside Service Wed Oct. Mat Greenwood Union Cemetery, Rye, N.Y. WARD, Miriam A. on Oct. A W0A Reposing at PAPES FUNERAL HOME INC 4S3 Halstead Ava Mamaroneck. Visiting hours Tuesday only from 2-4 and 7-pm. IN MEMORIAM ALEXANDER, Rsthor 3rd Anniversary Gene but not forgotten We love you and miss you Sisters and Bretheri Nie MONKAWWIam (George) 1st Anniversary In Heaven You are with us always In our thoughts A hearts We mils you more A mere everyday Leva Georgina, Marilyn, Billy. John, Julio A Grandchildren SALERNaReseA. Mfh Anniversary In Loving Memory Of .Our Beloved Mother Who remains forever In Our hearts. Tha Family SILVESTRO, Angela On yeur 4fh Birthday In Heaven On your 03rd Birthday Always In our hearts thoughts and prayers. Wife, children and grendchll- CARD OF THANKS KELLY,Jehn To. all ef our wonderful family and friends we wish to thank each eno of you ' for yeur sympathy and support during our time of less. We can go on knowing he Is In God's hands and watching LA NZENDOEN, Albert K. ' 1st Anniversary In Heaven Our hearts are sore As time goes by. We miu you mere Yeur loving smile, Yeur gentle face No one can HR Your vacant place Wife Genevieve, daughters Jana A Jean Mary M. Kelly A Kathleen Lovett SPECIAL NOTICES THANKSGIVING TO SACRED HEART OP JESUS, BLESSED VIRGIN, ST. JUDE, AND ST. THERESA A prayer of application of the Holy Ghost, you who selva all problems, who wlH light aH reads se I may obtain my goal. You whe give me the divine glH to forgive aH evil against me and In all Instances af my life you are with me. I want In this prayer to thank you for all things and to confirm once again that I never want to bo separated from you, even In and Inspito at all material Hlusloas. I wish to ho with you In Eternal dory. Thank you ter your mercy toward me and mine. Tha parson must say this prayer 3 consacuttvos days otter 3 days favor requested wHI be granted even If It may be difficult. This prayer must he published immediately after the favor is granted without mentioning the favor ,-M.M. THANKSGIVING TOST. JUDE Thank you St. Jude for an-. swering my prayer. M.D. THANKSGIVING TO ST. 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