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'Son of Sam'

victim dies

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ICootmuai rmw Page i t . it just wisn't enough," Dr
was knowrt us "(rnmps." William Shochark, a neurosur
Kept alire only by a respira- geon, said.
tor, her heart intermittently fal
tering, her blood pressure ebb_ IIE ADDED that Moskowit
ing, the atiractive Brooklyn died of a swelling of the brain
girl was described as living after two operations failed tc
minute to minute befure she relieve the pressure. Had sh
soccunbed to brain damage tired, he said, she would havi
caused by the bullet and by been in a vegetable-like stati
bone splinters from her skull. because of the brain damage.
"We did everything we could A doctor at Kings County
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Iostpital said Violante had giv-
en police a description of the
gunman. "Ile actually saw
him," said Dr. Jeffrey Freed-
man.
But Freedman, an ophthal-
mologist, noted that Violante
had lost one eye to the gun-
man, with the other at least
partially damaged. "I don't
know if he (Violante) can iden-
tify him, since we don't know
if he'll be able to see," Freed-
man said.
WHILE MAYOR Abraham
Beame doubled the Son of Sam
force with 100 more officers,
two families kept a vigil at a
Brooklyn hospital.
Pat and Teresa Violante
waited to learn if their son
would see again, and Jerry and
Neysa Moskovitz waited to see
if their daughter would live.
The odds were not good in ei-
ther case.

After one painful visit into
the intensise care unit where
neurosurgeons were battling to
save his doughter's life, Mos-
kowitiz said, "She's not res-
sponding, she's not responding.
I look at that machine and the
lines aren't going tip and
down."
AT ANOTHER POINT, at-
tendants wheeled Violante out
of surgery, his shattered eyes.
fully bandaged. "His eyes,
God, his eyes," moaned his
father.
Neurosurgeons worked for
eight hours on Moskowitz Sun-
day morning and afternoon, re-
moving a portion of her brain.
She was taken back into sur-
gery Sunday night in an at-
tempt to reduce swelling in the
brain.
But the swelling continued
yesterday. Ira Clark, assistant
administrator of Kings County

U1,Ta e extend deadline
By SUE WARNER
Members of the Washtenaw County Building Trades Council
voted Sunday night to extend their present contract with the
University on a day-to-day basis while the two sides continue con-
tract negotiations. The union's contract was previously set to
expire last Sunday at midnight.
According to the union's chief negotiator, James Murphy, the
council membership voted for the extension by a two-thirds margin.
THE COUNCIL represents some 300 skilled trades workers
including carpenters, electricians, painters and plumbers.
Russel Reinter, University personnel director, said yesterday
the University favors the extension.
"We'd much rather see the contract extended than a strike,"
he said.
Both sides have agreed to bring in a.state-appointed mediator
to assist in the talks. Any suggestions the mediator may offer
will not be binding on either party.
ACCORDING TO REISTER, the University was unable to con-
tact the mediator, Ed Phillips yesterday. Reister added the talks
will resume as soon as arrangements can be made with Phillips.
"We'll begin again as soon as possible," he said. "Both teams
are ready to go."
Murphy said the negotiations are tentatively scheduled to
resume either today or tomorrow.
Neither side would comment on the specific contract proposals
which remain unresolved, although they have stated that wages
are the major unsettled issue.

}ospital, said although dcter
had done everything the
could for Moskowitz "we ar
not very optimistic" that se
will live.
SHORTLY AFTER noony ves
terday, the Moskowitz famai
was brought back to the hospi
tal by police and taken to the
room where their daughter
clung to life. They were told
their daughter's heart had stop-
ped briefly during the morn-
ing. She was revived and was
being maintained by a respira-
tor.
Doctors reported that young
Violante was out of danger, i-
cid and stable and talking to
his parents. But surgeons had
removed his left eye. They sad
that although the right eye
c o u I d distinguish lightness
from dark, it would probaby
be days before they knew he-
ther he would see again.
Police say of one thing er
are sure - the madntm he
seek is a marksman.
The gunman, firing as usa
from a two-banded crouch_
like the combative stance used
by police and marksmen --
pumped four shots into Violat-
te's car as the couple sat un-
der a full moon, looking out on
New York harbor. Two struck
Moskowitz, with one lodging at
the base of her brain. A third
tore through Violante's left
eye, puncttred his nose asd
grazed the right eye. The
fourth missed.
U.S. House
discusses
energy plan
(Continuedfrom Pagelt
comprehensive national energy
policy now or invite "economie
disruption and peril to our se-
curity."
Rep. Thomas Ashley (D-Ohi},
chairman of the House Energy
Committee, acknowledged tal
thle. House is considering the
tough energy plan in the midst
of a summer when there is
abundant gasoline for vacation
trips and no sign of energy
shortages elsewhere.
But if Congress does not act
before the country's reserves be-
gin to run low, Ashley said, "We
rob the nation of options nos
available by deluding ouretes
that the energy problem is of no
urgency."
House Republicans disagreed,
questioning whether there is a
genuine shortage of energy re-
sources and complaining that
the energy package was being
forced through Congress without
sufficient consideration.
REPUBLICAN Rep. Barber
Conable of New York said en-
ergy measures approved by
Ashley's c o m mi t t e e "were
taken too hastily and are a r'
her stamp of propoals sibmi
ted to them by the Carter ad-
ministration."
Conable said neither Cartel
nor House Democrats hae dol
enough to encourage the produc
tion of untapped reservoirs Ot
oil and natural gas, but have itt
stead given too much emphasis
to energy conservation.
"The package as it exists is a
time bomb," he said.
House Speaker Thomas O Ne
has scheduled one foBl day
debate on the energy package
followed by thage days of voes

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