Daily News from New York, New York - Newspapers.com (2023)

oCUOMO FROM 'PAGE THRE Bush to hunt for right votes Vice President Bush will attend the state's Conservative Party presidential nominating convention today which is expected to endorse the Reagan-Bush ticket, party officials said yesterday. In addition to endorsing President Reagan for reelection, the 340 committee members will choose new officers at the convention, in the grand ballroom of the Women's National Republican Club on W. 51st St. in In the speech he also said: That politicians, no matter what their faith, must govern by consensus, always keeping an eye on political realities and what is achievable. That statistics show Catholics supporting abortion in equal proportion to the rest of the population. Catholics should work at finding ways to avoid abortion, such as providing funds to help women carry babies to term and teaching young men to be responsible in "creating and caring for human life." The governor urged anti-abortion advocates to support what he called a legislative bill of rights for mothers and children programs that would give impoverished mothers support in child rearing so they won't turn to abortion as the only viable option. HE CITED work that has already been done in New York in that area, including teenage pregnancy programs and prenatal care programs. As part of his own com- from having abortions," but would "only impose financial burdens on poor women who want abortions." Cuomo said that allowing states to decide on abortion would create "a checkerboard of permissive and restrictive jurisdictions" in which women would continue to seek abortions in states in which they were permitted. He also said approval or rejection of abortion should not be the "exclusive litmus test of Catholic loyalty." "IF WE COULD put most abortions out of our sight, returning them to the backrooms where they were performed for so long, I don't think our responsibility as Catholics would be any closer to being fulfilled than it is right now," Cuomo said. Cuomo titled his 19-page, single-spaced speech "Religious Belief and Public Morality: A Catholic Governor's Perspective." view on others. Both Cuomo and Ferraro take that position. President Reagan has said that religion and politics are inseparable and that anyone who claimed differently is "intolerant of religion." That statement caused an uproar and he later said that government must protect citizens' rights to their beliefs, including the right to observe no religion. MUCH OF the speech was devoted to the issue of abortion. Cuomo said that "given present attitudes." a legal ban on abortions "would be Prohibition revisited, legislating what couldn't be enforced and in the process creating a disrespect for law in general." Cuomo said he opposes both a constitutional ban on abortion and a law that would cut off Medicaid funding of abortion for the poor. Removing Medicaid funding, he said, "would not prevent the rich and middle classes LORD GEOFFREY-LLOYD London (AP) Former Conservative cabinet minister Lord Geoffrey-Lloyd, 82, who as minister of petroleum warfare during World War II devised the English Channel pipeline that fueled Allied invasion forces in Europe, died Wednesday. With the outbreak of the war, he was put in charge of the Petroleum Warfare Department, where he at first concentrated on using burning oil in weapons to fend off invasion. The weapons included flame throwers and methods of spreading burning oil on beaches. Transplant fails Minneapolis Randy Veenker, 12, of Windom, a leukemia victim who underwent an unprecedented operation in which he received bone marrow from his dead father, died Tuesday after the transplanted marrow attacked his body, doctors said. mitment to that idea, Cuomo turned down a $1,500 honorarium from Notre Dame for his speech and suggested the university donate the money instead to the Nazareth Life Center in Garrison, N.Y., an alternative-to-abortion center that helps teenage mothers. ni( DEATH NOTICES ELEFTHERION Anthony. Be loved husband of Julia, devoted father of James, George and William. Loving grandfather of Melissa, Anthony and James. Re KELLY Rev. Monsignor William F. D.D. Pastor. Emeritus of Sacred Heart R.C. Church, Bayside, N.Y. on September 13, 1984 alter a long illness. Beloved son of the late Michael a. Elizabeth McAleer Kelly. Beloved brother of Rev. Brother Pascal Kelly O.S.F., Joseph John S. Michael the late Eugene Helen E. 8. Thomas C. Also survived by many beloved nieces 8. nephews. Reposing at the posing at DAnl LL FUNERAL HOME 2525 65th St. Bklyn, until Sat. Funeral Lithurgy Ki- Death Notices, In Memoriam and Acknowledgment Notices Notices may be telephoned to "THE NEWS" by your Funeral Director, Monriav thru Friday, 8:30 A.M. to6 P.M., Saturday, 9 A.M. to 2 P.M.; Sunday, 9 A.M. to 3 P.M., to be in the A.M. editions of the next day's paper. In New York (212) 949-2076 mists Theotokou G.O. Church 9.30AM. Visiting hours 2-4PM In lieu of flowers dona. tions to the Anthony Eleftherlon scnoiarsnip r-uno preterrea. aacrw near? Kectory, join Ave. 216 St. Bavside. MY Frl Sat X. nmmar FALOTICO Guillano. On September 12th, 1984. Beloved husband of the late Theresa (nee Russo). Devoted father of Peter, Josephine, Anna, John. Michael. Marv and Sun. 2-5 7-9 P.M. A Mass of Transferral will be celebrated on Sun. at 8pm. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Mon. 10:30 A.M. Interment Holy Cross Rosemary. Also survived by 23 grandchildren and 13 great-grand- MOFFITT Maureen. Sept 13, 1984. Native of Belfast Ireland. Beloved wife of the late Milo. Devoted mother of Carole Ann. Dear sister of Mrs. Winifred Whiteside, Mrs. Elizabeth Dalton, Mrs. Rosalie Brooks Eugene McKenna 3rd. Also 5 grandchildren 3 great frandchildren. Funeral from CHAEFER FUNERAL PALORS 4th Ave at 42 St, Bklyn Mon 9AM. Funeral Mass St. Agathas R.C. Church 9:30 A.M. Interment L.I Natl Cemetery, Pinelawn N.Y. Visiting Sat 7-10PM 8. Sun 2-5 7-10PM. Private Attended Parking. O'BRIEN Mae (Nee Murray). On Sept 13, 1984. Loving wife of Frank. Beloved mother of Edith Albano 8, Thomas. Survived bv 7 grandchildren 4 great grandsons. Family will receive friends 2-5 8. 7-9 P.M. at WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 5628 Bway at 232 Bronx. Mass of Christian Burial Church of the Visitation Mon 10 A.M. PALADI NO Edmund N. On Sept II, 1984. Beloved brother of Barbara, Brennan, Patrick, Or John Daniel the late Anthony, Frank George D.D.S. Also survived by 6 neices nephews. Funeral Sat 9:30 A.M. From Mclaughlin a. sons funeral HOME, 3rd Ave at 83 Bklvn. Mass of Christian Burial 10 At The Basilica Of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church (Upper) Visiting Thurs Frl 2-S 8 7-9 cemetery, in lieu of flowers a donation to a proposed memorial library would be appreciated. cniioren. Keposing at tne CASSESE FUNERAL HOME, 101-07 101 Ave, Ozone Park. Funeral Mass Mon 9:45 A.M at St. Mary Gate of Heaven R.C. Church. In BARTON Alice Mary. Beloved wile of Frank. Devoted mother of Patricia O'Hara, Frank, Joseph, Michael Mary Kav Callahan. Also survived by 11 grandchildren. Family will receive friends from 2-5 4. 7-9 P.M. at WILLIAMS FUNERAL HOME, 5428 B'way at 232 SI, 8x. Funeral Mass Sat 9:45 A.M. St. Johns R.C. Church. Interment Gale of Heaven Cemelery. In Hew of flowers constributions to St. John's Church, 3021 Kings-bridge Ave, Bx. 10463. terment Calvery Cemetery. Visit ing nours 2- -v-. jo f.FA. LABOZZETTA Anthony. Beloved husband of Ann (nee Chlarello). Devoted father of Paula Olsen. Cherished grandfather of Robert. Brother of Frances Capaldi, Mario, Marge Monaco, Marie Marino. Reposing at MIRAGLIA FUNERAL CHAPELS, 8519 New Utrecht Ave. (at 86 St) until Sat 9 A.M. Mass of resurrection St. Mary Mother of Jesus 9:30 A.M. Interment Ocean View Cemetery. FARRELLY Helen M. On Sept. 13, 1984. Dearest sister of Francis J. Reposing at the JOHN A. TOO-M6Y FUNERAL HOME, 5704 Roosevelt Woodside, N.Y. Funeral Mass at St. Sebastians Church, Sat. 9:45 A.M. Interment Calvary Cemetery. LEPORE Grace (nee Chlrlchella) BERCER Marion. Devoted mother of Joan Mazziota, Arlene Res-tifo, Charles Raymond Carol Gospodarskl and Pauline Woodley. Cherished grandmother of 13 grandchldlren. Reposing at KAISER 4, KOOS FUNERAL HOME, 87-20 Woodhaven Blvd. until Sat. 9 A.M. Mass of Christian Burial St. Thomas the Apostle R.C. Church 9:45 A.M. Interment Pinelawn Memorial Park. Beloved wile of Vito. Devoted mother of Annette Clinton, John micneie. Also survived bv grandson. Reposing SCOTTO FUNERAL HOME, 106 First Place. Brooklyn. Mass of the Resurrec FEENEY Harold. Beloved husband of Loretta. Devoted father of Thomas, Harold, Mary Donato Gary. Reposing SCOTTO FUNERAL HOME, 106 1st PI, Bkn. until Mon. Mass of Resurrection St. Marys Star of The Sea Church, Visiting hrs 2-5 8, 7-10PM. tion St. Mary's Star of the Sea Church Saturday Visiting nours at -iu f.m. SIMEON Mary. On Sept 13, 1984. Loving mother of Joseph, Anna, Carmela, Roseann, Louise, Albert, Victor, Aniello, Mary and Con-cetta. Also survived by 21 grandchildren 13 great-grandchildren. Reposing at TORREGROSSA FUNERAL HOME, 1305 79 St. Bklyn. until Mon. Mass St. Simon Jude R.C. Church 9:30 A.M. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. LoSCHIAVO Vincent. Of S.I. On Sept. 13, 1984. Father of Josephine Giuffre also survived by 2 grand- BURKE Joseph Beloved husband of the late Catherine (nee Naughton). Loving father of Patrick Marie. Reposing Friday, Sat. Sun. 2-S; at HILLEBRAND FUNERAL HOME, 63-17 Woodhaven Pk. Mass of Christian Burial Mon. 9: 30 A.M. St. Margaret's R.C. Church. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. cnuaren I great-grandson. Fu neral from DONGAN HILLS VIRGINIA FUNERAL CHAPEL 1707 Hvlan Blvd. S.I. Mon 9:30 GENOVESE Orazio. On September 13, 1984. Beloved husband of Alfla. Devoted father of Carmine, Joseph, Joan Mayer, the late Lawrence. Also survived by 8 grandchildren 7 great-grandchildren. Reposing JOHN J. MEALY FUNERAL HOME, 2977 Ocean Ave (corner Ave 2). Mass 9:30 A.M. Mon. St. Mark's R.C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. A.M. Mass St. Ann's Church 10 a.m. interment si. Peter's Ceme tery, visiting nours, Frl. 7-10 P. M. Sat. Sun. 2-5 7-10 P. M. SINACOR I Catherine. Beloved wife of Joseph. Devoted sister of Josephine Mendolia, Jennie DiMI-celi, Frank Bianco 4. Dominick Bianco. Reposing at SENECA CHAPELS, 494 Seneca Ave (corner Greene Ave), Ridgewood. Mass ot Christian Burial Miraculous Medal Church, Sat, 9:30 A.M. Interment Lutheran Cemetery. Visiting hours, 2-5 a. 7-10 P.M. MALONEY Frances Elenor. Born BUTTS Edward, J. Sr. On September 12, 1984. Beloved father of Edward, Christopher, Mary Ann and the late Roy. Also survived by 6 grandchildren. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, Third Ave at B5th N.Y.C. Funeral Mass Saturday 10AM, St. Monica's Church. Interment St. Raymond's Cemetery. NOV. 21, 1910. Died Sept. 8, 1984. Widow of Daniel F. Maloney, N.Y.C. Fire Captain. Mother of Patricia M. Stansfield of hoiik. Qns; Josephine M. Colgan of Hous GRIMALDI Vlolante. On Sept 11, 1984 In Sunrise, Fla. Beloved wife of the late Biaglo. Devoted mother of Anthony of Deerborn Heights, Michigan; Maryann Davis of Sunrise, Joseph of Boston, Mass. 8, the late Vincent. Also survived bv 5 grandchildren. Loving daughter of Vincent Coluni of Penbrook Pines, Fla. Fond sister of Joseph Coluni of Allfe, Italy. Chapel service Sat. 1 1 A. M. Sept 1 5th at Mf St Mary Cemetery, Flushing, Qns. Dir. A. VIGLIANTE SONS, INC. 718-856-5532. SMITH Robert, H. September 13th, Father of Deborah, Robert, Francis and Caroline. Beloved son of Catherine and Robert J. Smith. Dear brother of Helen May Reyes and Eileen O'Connor. Mass Saturday St. Thomas Aquinas R.C. Church. Reposing at the Chapel of JOSEPH G. DUFFY INC. Ninth St, Btwn 4th and Sth Aves, Bklyn. ton, ex; Daniel J. Maloney of Lynbrook, L.I.; Cathleen A. Mi rebel la of White Plains, N.Y. Grandmother of Frederick M. and Daniel W. Stansfield Suzanne Col-gan-Nleman; Laura Jo Stansfield; Donald C. Col9an; John P. Stansfield; Catherine-Barbara Colgan; Heather Holly J. and Diana J. Mirabetla. Great grandmother of Daniel P. Stansfield. A Requiem Mass will be held Sunday, Oct. 21, 1984, at 12:15 P.M., at Incarnation Church In Hollls, N.Y. CONTR ERA Jerry. Beloved husband of Lucille (nee Llpari). Devoted father of Marie Reinertsen, John, Marion Morablto, Dominick Turzlo, Anthony, Laura Lanza Janet. Dear brother of Jean Prisco, Charles 4. Dominick. Reposing DANIEL GEORGE 4. SON, 1B52 Bath Ave. until 9 A.M. Funeral Mass St. Fin-bar R.C. Church 9:30 A.M. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. Visiting 2 to 5 4, 7 to 9 P.M. MATSUUCHI Roy M. Sept 11, 1984 hn.K.n aI a i rv CUERCIO Richard Jr. Suddenly (Age5). Beloved son of Richard 6, Barbara. Loving grandson of Nicky 4. Tina Guercio. Reposing at MANGANO FUNERAL HOME, INC, 1701 Deer Park Ave, Deer Park. Mass Mon, 9:45 AM at SaintsCyrll Methodius R.C. Church. Interment St. Charles Cemetery. Visiting 2-5 8 7-10. UMBERTO Carmine P. On Sept 13, 1984. Beloved husband of Catherine (nee Pela) Loving father of Lucille Sparacio, Catherine 4. Joseph Umberto. Devoted brother of Anna Indelicate 4, Maria Nucciorne, also survived by 1 grandson. Funeral from the Fairchild Chapel, 220-05 Hillside Ave, Queens Village. Mass of Christian Burial Sat 9: 15 A.M. Holy Family RC Church. Interment Mt. St. Mary's Cemetery, Flushing NY. ed father of Linda. Loving son of Chivo. Brother of Lorraine Kawa-myra i and William. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, Third Ave. at 85 St, NYC. Funeral service Sat 10AM. Inter CRILLV James V. Beloved husband of Cathleen D. (O'Neill). Loving father of the late Neill J. Ret. NY State employment Counsellor, Alumnus of ManhCol. Class of 1930. Reposing Creamer Funeral Home, 64 Herbert St. Mass of Resurrection Sat 10: IS AM St Cecilia RC Church. Interment St. John Cemetery. Visiting hrs: 2-5 4. 7-10 In lieu of flowers donations to St. Cecelia School appreciated. ment mapie prove cemetery. a a. if 2 HAMBEL William E. Vet. WWII, US Army. Seot 12. 1984. Age 63. Beloved brother of Harold, Joyce Cochran a. Helen Didier. Also nieces nephews. Reposiong at PETER J. GEIS, 57-34 Catalpa Ave. Ridgewood. Religious services Frl eve 8: 30PM. Funeral Sat Interment Linden Hill Cemetery. Hrs 2-5 7-9PM. WIULIAMS Louise (nee Bon I no). Sept 11, 1984. Beloved sister to Mary Cunningham Francis Bon-Ino. Dear aunt to Francis Don Bon-ino. Prof. David, Katherine, Margaret Seibold Emilie Lev-rinj. Ret. Vice Pres. Juvenile Editor of Randam House Publishers. Past Pres. of the Nat'l Chil-dren's Book Council. Reposing WALTER B. COOKE FUNERAL HOME, 80-20 Roosevelt Av, Jackson Hts. Funeral Mass St. Joan of Arc R.C. Church Sept 15, Interment Calvary Cemetery. CUSACK Thomas F. On Sept. 12, 1984. Beloved husband of Agnes. Cherished father of Thomas, Robert, William Lynn Porpora. Dear grandfather of 15 grandchildren. Loving brother of Edmund, Andrew a. Marguerite Jones. Friends may call at Riverdale-On-The Hudson Funeral Home, River-dale Ave. at 261 St. Mass of Christian Burial Sat. 10 A.M. St. Gabriel's Church, Riverdale. N.V. Interment Gate of Heaven Cemetery. HICKEY William J. (Ret. 3V? 4rVi YP3 MEANEY James, J. of North Babylon on September 12, 1984 at 71 years. Beloved husband of the late Mary Ann. Devoted father of Dolores Accurso, James, Maureen Hess, Barbara Lee, Denlse Real-muto and Kevin. Loving brother of Margaret McLoughlin. Dearest friend of Peter and Peggy Bren-nan and children. Dear companion of Helen Fox. Also survived bv 18 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. Mass of Christian Burial will be held Saturday 9:30 AM at Sts. Cyril and Methodous R. C. Church, Deer Park, L.I. Interment Calvary Cemetery, QLI. Under the Direction of the CLAUDE R. BOYD FUNERAL HOME Of Grand Blvd. Deer Park, L.I. In lieu of flowers donations to the N.Y. Foundling, or (Little Flower Reldence Waiting L.I. will be appreciated. N.Y.C.T.A.) Age 78 Of Matawan N.J. Formerly of Bx, N.Y. Native of Llsnabov-Cullen, Mallow Co. Cork Ireland. Wed Seot 12, 1984. Beloved husband of Mary (Nee Mclnerney). Father of William Thomas Timothy J. Mrs Margaret A. O'Shea. Brother of Denis Abina Mulcshy 10 grandchildren. Reposing Day Funeral Home, 361 Maple Ptoce. Kevport, M.J. Friends may call Frl 2-4 7-9 PM. Funeral Sat A.M. Mass St. Joseph's R. C. Church 10 A.M. IN MEMORIAM OEVINE Edith F. (nee Mongan). ui eioen. un seof 10, 1VB4. will be reposing at the GIOVE FUNERAL HOME, 1000 Middle Country Selden. Services Thurs. Evening. Interment Frl. Holy Rood Ceme tery. Visitation 2-4 7-10 P.M. BAHRENBURO Emma M. Happy lEfii19 Anniversary In Heaven. Miss You Love You Very Much. kove, rrarw kkjs

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 300+ newspapers from the 1700's - 2000's
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Daily News
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated
Top Articles
Latest Posts
Article information

Author: Dong Thiel

Last Updated: 26/05/2023

Views: 6324

Rating: 4.9 / 5 (59 voted)

Reviews: 90% of readers found this page helpful

Author information

Name: Dong Thiel

Birthday: 2001-07-14

Address: 2865 Kasha Unions, West Corrinne, AK 05708-1071

Phone: +3512198379449

Job: Design Planner

Hobby: Graffiti, Foreign language learning, Gambling, Metalworking, Rowing, Sculling, Sewing

Introduction: My name is Dong Thiel, I am a brainy, happy, tasty, lively, splendid, talented, cooperative person who loves writing and wants to share my knowledge and understanding with you.