Daily News from New York, New York on October 5, 1981 · 108
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Daily News from New York, New York · 108

New York, New York
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Monday, October 5, 1981
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FALL SPECIAL 6 Months FREE or 100 DISCOUNT Limited offer on Annual Membership 2 ?!? ?i?Qmim GSt?0' (0 MEN & By BRUCE ClIADWICK City Planning Commission has rejected a new plan to redesign the Portman Hotel In, Times Square o that two major theaters would be preserved. The move clears the way for a late October groundbreaking for the $292million project Only a court order there are three suits to block groundbreaking can halt construction of the 2,000-room hotel, the anchor of the redevelopment of Times Square. The new design, which would have incorporated the Helen Hayes and Morosco theaters into the ground floor of the hotel, was proposed by architect Lee Pomeroy and the Actors Equity Association. It would have flipped the glass-enclosed atrium of the hotel to face Eighth Ave., eliminated Portman's proposed 1,500-seat theater and moved retail shops from Eigth Ave. to Broadway. KTTIhe leaders of the Committee to J Save the Theaters, the Actors U Equity group, were disappointed by yesterday's decision. "We'll continue to fight in the courts and In the streets," said Sandy Lundwall, co-chairman. Elderly struggle as water is shut By RON HOWELL P"""! EN ANTS OF AN East Side I j apartment house some of U them elderly and sick say that they were never warned before the city shut off water last Thursday because the landlord allegedly had failed to fix leaking pipes. "If the tenants had gotten some kind of notice, we could have filled our b.'ithtubs so we'd have a supply of water," says Thomas Dorrian, who lives on the second floor of the E. frith St. building. Dorrian, an engineer with Lasker Goldman General Contractors, says that since the main valve was shut off he has been getting water from a nearby fire hydrant for himself and a couple of his neighbors, one of whom is over 80 years old and lives by herself. THE LANDLORD PLACED signs around the building saying that pipes will be repaired and the water turned back on today, but late yesterday the residents said that no repair work had taken place over the weekend. Neither the managers of the building nor the superintendent could be reached for comment yesterday. After receiving a call from the Daily News, the city Department of Housing Preservation and Development said that the building will be Inspected today to make sure work has begun. If repairs are not being made, the city will make emergency repairs itself and bill the landlord. I E G At NOT 'C E fAMIt COURT Or T MP I ITATf Of Nl W VCtftK ClTtOF XL YOUK County of Richmond In tha MfHar ot tha Adoption by Anthony Annaruma and Jti.Mihlrxa Oriala Loim Amiaruma Ot Axthnn AtKlirw local. NotH a of Applic ation or AiViuiiun (Privata Piaiamant) m no iui that (lit km pfvirg (or th ikptfun of Anthony Andrew looel vinntlv inilii, touwihwr wtm an dyrennmrrt to i.mtllc Relation La will b pteMtntd to th family Court o ?h f 'rf'ti of N ork. Richmond Coun-v. al stater, Iflnnd, Ntrw VotN, on th Hf dv Qf p(torwr, I9i at rao O i km h In V rWtoi norm of tni ant nd an aiHriH Atton wilt hm mmtim for fn frpff ai'ttrovipa and aiiownfl lha aid a kpfiun And Of otcwr mltrf, at rhtch ttfTf and pmm an rron hny ti any lnfnrl tfw tn wlfl tm rtard rAtd N VOfk, Nw Vfct k, Jul I, IVBI. ALAN i KONIC.SArnr Aftitrmy lor intonr OHKa and P O A1drt va Pm k Avnia Naw Vtv. New Vex iooi (2D) 6T-ill Money, Money, Money. How to hold g on to it. Rend Dan Dorfman, Bernard Mcltzer, Sylvia Porter. . Regular features o on the business pages. LEGAC NOTICE tEOAL NOTICE we Art C RTFICATEOF LIVITf D PARTNERSHIP OP 61 WEST ASSOC I AT ES fh yndarslgmt, 0sirir9 to form a lirrilad partnarshlp, pursuant to of in PittinrihiD La of tha Slate of Ne York, crti!: mini of tha oarlnarsh'D shall be 61 tti ST ASSOCIATES tha cha'act.r of th cartnarthip busirvsft it to own, maintain and oparata and otnerwua d.al with rvtpecf to certain property known at and by fha jiraal number 61 WiMt ytti strt,-few York, (tha Property . 3 Th principal piaca of butineit of the partnership shall ba at IBth Floor, 305 Park Avenue, New York. New York 10022. 4 la) The name, and places ol residence ot fha General Partners are as follows CORONET PROPERTIES COMPANY, JOJ Park Avenue, 16th Floor, New York. N. Y 100JJ. ROBERT J TTiNGEP, $ Men Mawk RoarJ. Grat Neck, NY 11054. lb) The names and place o residence ol the Limited Partners are as follows: win ASSOCIATES, co Friedman, Alpren & Green, 1700 Broadway, New York. N Y I JOSEPH AtlEGRO, UOak Lane, Old Brookvllle, New Vork 11545. ULTiCBEST FUNDING CORP., 129) Northern Boulevard, Manhasset, N Y. noio UNIFEO MANAGEMENT CORP., J00 East J3rd Street, New VorK, N Y. 10010 I The term of tha partnership shall commence upon the recording of the Certificate of Limited Pertnertnip In the office of the County Clerk, New York County, State of New York, and shall continue until D' emher 31, 7036, unless the Pertnorhip hat been sooner terminated as provided In the Limited Partnership Agreement or otherwise by law. The amount or casn comnouieo or to ov comrtDurea ov eacn or tna L'mlted Partners IS as lollOWS: WIN ASSOC IATC i. SJ2i .000 00 JOSt PM Al L FGPO 1ISO.OOO 00 HI TicSE ST FUNDI NO CORP. 1325 000 00 DAILY NEWS jo ont tj 4e 7 IJ'N. SO U0t NIF EO MANAGE VL NT CORP., S2S0.000 00 Tha Limited partners nave not agreed to make any additional comriDu- tions t The contributions nl the Limited Partners are to be returned upon the termination of the partnership or, subiect to the limitations imposed by law, et any earlier lime agreed upon by tha General Partners. 9 The share of profits or other compensation by way of Income which the Limited Partners shall receive by reason of their contributions, subiecf to the provisions or the partnership agreement, shall be distributed in accordance with eirh such Limited Partner i proportionate share In tundins ol Capital Contributions as follows' (a) First, fo the etenf that Limited Partner shall bave made Capital Contributions, to the Limited Partners until the cumulative distributions , made pursuant to this Par agraph (al shall he equal to an amount which is etiuel to twelve I2) percent per annum ol the Capital Contribution made by each ol sa.d Limited Partners. ....... lb) Neat, to 'he Limited Partners up to the amount of their capital contributions. Ic) Net, solely In the case o cash proceeds of sale, condemnation or other disposition to the General Partners vC0 tr um of SOO.000.00. taid sum to be dividt'J equally between the General Partners . and d) rter,.atrer. any balance than be dittr'outed. II General Partners li ) A .n Associates lill Joseph AMegro IV I UltK ieSt Funding Corp. v I United Mgmt Corp. total I tmitei Partnars to No Limited Partner shall have the right to substitute an assignee as a contributor or partner in his place encept with the prior written consent of both General Partners and upon proper execution ot all Instruments deemed neeisitry or desirable it No additional Limited Partners mav be admitted to the Partnership, except at provided for in the Parfnvrthte Agreement. I) No Limited Partner than have priority over any other Limited Partner at to the return of hit Capital Contribution or as to distributions of cash made by the Partnerthip 11 The partnership shall be dissolved and terminated In the event ol the death Insanity or ediudicalion o Incompetency ot any Individual General Partner, the withdrawal, liqu'dation or dissolution o any corporate General Partner, or the retirement, resignation, expulsion, assignment for the benefit of creditors filing of a petition for reorgamtatton, or adiudication of the bankruptcy o any General Partner, the disposition by the Partnership other than a temporary conveyance to a nominee Or an auent (ot all ot its interest In .the P'opei-ty, including any mortgage or other evidence of Indebtedness or leasehold interest or tha'et of stock or other ownership Interestt which mav be acquired by the Partnership in exchange therefore, the expiration of the term ot the Partnertnip, or any other event which, under the Act. cautet a disotut,on of fne Paitnerthip unless the but'iwss of the Perfneranip is con-tinned Purtoanf to the terms oi the Partnership Agreement. la No Limited Partner hat the right to de mend to receive property other than cash in retuen tor this contribution except however, to the extent permitted bv law m connec''On with the liquidation of the Partnership. iNWUNESSWHERtOF. we the undersigned, have hereunto set our hands and teats Ih'S U flfl 0t Vpt , IVA1. 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