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I i THE DAILY ITEAA PORT CHESTER NY TUESDAY JULY 17 1973 '1 Page 15 -i line 9f on hit-ana-run anmart ii A ij TAMPA Fla A young man who tried to claim impounded car may be the ft" 'man who Intentionally ran -I down three children and fled the scene with the body of one of them police laid Police aald the impounded vehicle fits the description of -the hit-and-run car which also fatally injured one of the other rf children are fairly certain it is the same car" said -Hills bor- ough State Atty Salcines after examining the vehicle late Monday Police said they Water unit NEW DELHI India AP-Radio Kabul announced today that Afghanistan has been proclaimed a republic apparently ousting King Mohammed Za- hir Shah A spokesman at the Afghan Embassy in London said he understood the coup in the Central Asian nation was bloodless The 59-year-old king went to Italy 10 days ago for medical treatment A spokesman for his embassy in Rome said he was still in Italy but declined to say where The broadcast Iran the Afghan government radio said the republic was proclaimed by a former prime minister and relative of the royal family Gen Mohammed Daud Khan The broadcast said the deposed regime was and led the country to "near bank- ruptcy" The general and his colleagues promised to lead Afghanistan toward real democracy and neutrality the broadcast added Daud who was prime minister in 1953 said in another broadcast that the former 'corrupt system" of government "no longer exists and the new system replacing it is the republican system which is in accord with the genuine spirit of Islam" matted hair and skin under a patch of tape on the hood of the car v- Police said they expected to 'run tests today to try to confirm that the car is the one which struck and killed Roxanne Caton 19 and fatally In- hired her 5-year-old sister Ra-' byn late Saturday A brother Curtis Caton 12 escaped with minor injuries The driver of the hit-and-run car stopped Just long enough to load up the lifeless form of Roxanne before speeding off police said Rabyn died Monday morning at a Tampa hospital Roxanne the bottom of her bathing suit missing was found face down in a ditch three miles from the death scene later that morning A medical examiner said she had died the moment the car hit her Police said they would also be questioning today the wife of the man who tried to claim the impounded car The young woman whose identity was not released was left behind when her husband fled from the service station where the impounded car was being held police said Police said the couple drove into the suburban St Petersburg service station 25 miles from Tampa in a rented car to try to claim the impounded blue and white Chevrolet Ca- maro Officers said the man jumped back into the rental car and sped off when the station manager started to call police The rental car slammed into a nearby ditch and the man jumped out running across a field and into a shopping center Witnesses told police the man then got' into another car and drove away Officers said early today it had not been determined to whom the car in the shopping center belonged The car at the service station had been impounded after it was found abandoned in St Petersburg police said Tampa officers were enroute to inspect the car when the couple showed up police said SHOOTOUT VAN California highway patrol- the bodies of a young San Diego plumber and a man peers Inside van riddled by bullets during 10- housewife he shot in the head alter kidnaping her minute shootout Monday south of Western White and her husband police said The husbandes-Ilouse in San Gemente Calif Inside were found caped AP Photo PC Housing Authority gets green light on modernisation plan filed The Port Chester Water Works Inc has filed a copy of its complaint review procedure with the Public Service Commission in Albany The fil- ing took place on July 9 and the public has 30 days to make comments on the plan to the commission John Rich manager of the water company branch said -The regulations are really nithing new what been doing all along The proposed procedures state that the company hear-K ing officer is required to schedule a hearing within five working days after the billing complaint is lodged by a resident in person by mail or telephone The porposed regulations include information that the hearing officer will render a desdsion within two working days following the completion of the investigation and a copy of the decision will be sent to the complainant with the rights for appeal dearly specified Rich said the public can pick up complete copies of the por-posal ai the water works office 25 Willett Ave been following procedures similar to this in the Rich expalained "This Is just a matter of formalizing our policy and having the commission approve it" ment project on Weber Drive Park View Apartments 48 units on Traverse Avenue and Harbor View Apartments 48 units on Purdy Avenue Carraciola said the work will be divided into three stages: Phase I will include improvements to the exteriors of the buildings and will total $371000 he said THE HOUSING Authority board an independent body set up to administer the feder- ally subsidized public housing projects will meet with architect James Romeo of East-chester on Thursday to discuss detailed plans for Phase I the director said Scheduled for this afternoon was the opening of bids from area banks competing to finance the project Under the grant system the Authority will actually spend money advanced by a bank which will then be reimbursed by HUD After the architect has drawn up plans for the first stage construction contracts will hie put put to bid Carraciola said he expects work to begin "in a month or LISTED as external improvements in the application for funds were new wooden doors new itorm and screen The Port Chester Housing Authority is ready to move ahead on a $923000 program to modernize three 1 public housing projects Although the US Department of Housing and Urban Development confirmed to the press in late April it had approved the local Authority request for federal funds official wor word to the Authority did not come until Friday according to Anthony Carraciola executive director of the PCHA The the full amount requested in Decern- ber-will be used to improve Midland Court Apartments the four-building 120-apart windows repairs to brickwork replacement of brick panpets and two new roofs at Weber Drive' Also included under Phase I will be the re- placement of oil burner equip-: ment lit all buildings Carraciola said Other improvements planned as part of the program are: modernization of kitchens and bathrooms redesigning the areas around the buildings improving hallways and other public areas installing garbage compactor units creating community rooms for tenants and constructing a new administration and maintenance building Florida gets million GAINESVILLE Fla (AP) The University of Florida has received a $1 million grant for construction of a new lege of Journalism and Communications building The by the Frank Gannett Newspaper Foundation is the hugest ever received by the university from a private source officials said The Westchester Rockland Newspapers area member of the Gannett Group "Journalism is fresh and ZAIIIR SIIAII 1 Daud spoke in Pushtu the Afghan national language' None of the Kabul broadcasts made any mention of the king who took the throne in 1933 at the age of 19 after the assassination of his father Afghanistan has been suffering from drought for three years resulting in widespread famine ana an estimated 80000 deaths or one out of every 10 persons in the central province of Ghor and surrounding areas ttav i Also on the agenda are pub-lie hearings on two proposed amendments to the town ordinances one establishing regulations for hawkers peddlers and solicitors the other Authorizing tin town lo establish play streets Jf 4 4 FREE a OuurmtonS ngaki 1 Saw rf Haring AUl 4 r4 4 4 'i 4 4 J0 0 4 Imngri nnri tgntori MalwU AwtptoJ CAU 135-1 933 NY HEARING AD SERVICE VttognaalUkriM ANDREW BARNES JR WHITE PLAINS- Andrew Johnson Barnes Jr a senior partner in the White Plains law firm of Smith Ranscht Pollock Barnes and a former dty judge died Monday at a hospital in the Bronx after a seven-year battle with kidney disease He "was 51 and lived at 78 Ralph Ave Barnes served as White Plains city judge from 1957 to 1963 He had been a partner in the law firm since 1955 He was past president of both the Westchester Young Republican Club ana the White Plains YMCA a member of the White Plains Westchester and American Bar Associations a member of the Westchester Trial Lawyers Association and a trustee of the Supreme Court Library Board Barnes also served formerly as a professor at Fordham University and was made honorary chairman of the an- nual Westchester- Kidney Foundation ball Surviving are his wife the former Lewise Pick of the home address a daughter Candace of the home address two sons Lewis of Montague NJ and Jonathan of Corbin Ky LOUIS GILBERT Former Rye Resident Louis Gilbert 55 of Fort Lauderdale Fla a former Rye resident died July 11 at the Veterans Hospital in Miami Fla He was the husband of the late Dora Ball He is survived by his sister Airs Theia Acosta: and a brother Ralph Gilbert Jr MRS EMMA MORRISON Mr Emma Morrison 58 of 4 Lincoln Ave Port Chester died Saf tal in Port of Mount son had for the lat 30 years She was born in Mount Vernon and attended city schools Her parents were the late Andrew and Mary Hamilton Surviving are three children Patricia Richard and Mrs John Mecca all of Pbrt Chester: and two sisters Mrs Floyd Brower and Mrs Walter McGowan Critic snubs noseat melodies help the mood touches us all and the role of an independent- press never has been clearer than it is in our country today" Gov Reu-bin Askew told university and newspaper officials at a dinner Monday night when the grant was announced College of Journalism which officials said is the second largest in the nation is housed facilities underneath the football stadium University off icials said they opened last night at the pan Zee Playhouse in Nyacl takes a first-rate play and turns it into a second-rate musical One wonders about the compulsion to convert stories and plays to music as if the average American were incapable of appreciating the rhythm tone and stimulation of the spoken word especially the phrases of Edmond Rostand's to raise a matching $1 million toward construction of a new facility Paul Miller Gannett Cb Inc board chairman made the presentation Gannett publishes 53 dailies in 16 stales and Guam The Gannett Foundation an educational and charity fund is expected to distribute $9 million In grants this year Commenting on the grant Miller also chairman of the board of The Associated interrupt the rhythmic flow of those words that Vincent Smith chose to retain in his adaptation from the original play Add to this a minimal amount of dancing some quiet convent scenes some noisy battles and you have the sum and substance of sad song Some of the scones were ludicrous such as the battle in where the cadets frenzy and around shouting the enemy offstage sound In the wings Oeath notices Press said only will we be aiding the cause of good newspapers in general but we also will be committing to this state money our associated newspapers have earned The Gannett Co has six affiliates in Florida: TODAY In Brevard County The Times in Melbourne the Titusville Star-Advocate The Morning Newi and Evening Journal in Pensacola and the Fort Meyers News-Press quickly followed by marching dancing and fighting soldiers quickly followed by a red Sow convent bells and sing-g prattling nuns It could be compared to watching the Civil War in Griffith's "Birth of a Nation" intercut with some scenes from "The Sound-of As an aside we must comment that nuns need a militant defender against those writers who insist upon putting them into a box labeled "Childish Simpletons" The best part of this whole production Is its director and star Jose Ferrer As Cyrano he has the audience on his side throughefot every witty sad brave foolhardy act He moves nimblv about the stage his fine speaking voice convey- -ing the surety he must feci in a role that by now is second nature to him- vy 1 By ADELE MYERS There is much being said about in Rostand's immortal classic Cyrano de Bergerac takes second place to Christian de Neuvillette in the love of Rox-ane The cadets of Gascony are all second sons And one of the players aptly describes such NEW GUIDELINES John Bartels Jr acting head of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration tells newsmen In Washington Monday about guidelines designed to restrict no-knock narcotics raids He said the guidelines represent a shift in administration emphasis toward protection of individual rights AI I'hoto A PAILLACE Sun on July 1 171 to UpMiMIMa Hnipltal Funeral Maw Thurutey mil at SI Vito1 Churcli Mamaroaack Intarmant Holy Sopuf chro Canwtery Hanoi Ing Papa's Funnr- ai Horn Hall lead Avonut Mamaro-nack from ta 4 and 7 to pjn M7 FRANZETTI Jalm of Old Field Point Read Greenwich Conn at The Np- i thaniel Withered HoajritaL Greenwich a Monday July IX 173 Funeral from The Caillollene Funeral Heme 134 Hamilton Avenue Greenwich an Wed-' notday el am Meat el the Resurrec- Hon Church ot il Rock Greenwich el fill am Interment SI Mary'iCome- tory Greenwich Friend! may call thlt evening Met pm Tuesday to end 7 1 to pm (7-17) 1 MORRISON Emma an July 173 Funeral Hem The RuaseN Shaw Pip naral Hemp Wednesday am Maae tf toe Rasurrecllon el Our Lady el Me ay Church am intarmenf SI Mann Cemetery Rye NV Friends may call Tuesday and 7 pm (7-17) Town board charged IS MEMO HI AM bates' willtom- Htppy AmlvprMry A prceloui on frtm hat gen A vole art Java tllllad A toc la vicairi to our horns -WhlcH ntvtr cm te fiilod Lou (tetri Mona ant DM HAD BATES WMIam Happy FMI Amtoortary ta Htavan In loving momtry of my dowM Irallh who ptairt away I yaar todt II I cauld havt eat Ntotima wlato ana araam that could eamtlrut I would praytoGod with all My heart tor I ho yoaiordayi and Leva KaRiy BATES WHiiam-i ssHssr insecurities case BATES WHIIam- Unclt WHIJa-- Vau-ve htM gent ano yaar today Vau'-I and am: No and ilMor Mary-Ann A 35 year-old Scarsdale man officials of secondary status when he cries first or be I second that notion Song for which County Cyrano The music and lyrics by Robert Craig Wright ana George Forrest only serve to man Levine 37 oi Manhattan President SofUtt 45 of Man- Act II in out at while gum The defendants to was among five top a failing New York securities firm who have been indicted by a federal grand jury on charges of conspiracy and securities fraud PASCaLE CharlM- lutaOWMvgragry In Hoovto C-Solomoirof-350 Ev- ahdale Road executive vice president and treasurer of WciTSccuritics JAMES EMILE-Jurg day tom vipiaic tn pgryg ompHnm to our hoard wHtaut (5ur imi tor you never wan Gann itof lor pat ton WK CMdrg 4 GrandchUdraa 7- Inc has been IIILEr FVIKBML HOME INC lFrr4rrtrh 4 Ilttt Ov 10 1 17 Purdy jlviljtlM WILLIAM GRAHAM "The Funeral Herne" IBM BOSTON POST IS 17187 M7 ARB NIGHT SI6VICI WOoAfcteMiJf' The Kye Town board is expected to award a contract tonight for construction of walk ways to 'Blind Brook High School now under coaslpic- tion In the town The paved pedestrian walkways will lead from town streets some of them through the future site of a cluster housing-office development JWVA DINNER JULY 18 Mrs Ann Komancllo is chairman and Mrs Ada Gordon is cochairman of a dinner and card party Wednesday at 7 pm sponsored by the Port When: a Weis employe Mi- nighTfoumfu to foclr iikingl Fy iTo chael Fisbein questioned thefcei however that this pd- £2 ImIS bookkeeping last February uclion gives far less than our Asst US Ally James intelligence deserves wlH he heid Uw lolf Schreibertold a news confer- ft will continue- In Nyack flub Restaurant 330 Boston through July 21 (1 indictments ffharge the with conspiring to doctor the firm's books between July 1 1971 and June 4 1973 to conceal substantial fosses i Levine And Leit were further accused ot conspiring to indicate that during that period Weis Securities was making substantial profits False records the government jaid were concealed from the firm that audited Weis accounts Willi singing enhances the role of Itoxane and makes it a bit easier to over- look the fact that she acts as if she has aged three times the 14-year time lapse between Hcenck in Act II The good-looking -voung Christian Is' competently torn-dledand well-sung by Don McKay and both (Irion Iilount ana Marshall Borden add a flavoFuble flair to their performances The scenery designed 'by Gary Langley is adequate but uninspiring You may enjoy Judging by the applause most of the audience on (foening hattan Controller Joel Kubie 32 of Linden NJ: and Assist-ant Controller Robert Lynn of Englishtown NJ Weis Securities ing liquidation- is undergo- The conspiracy and Iraud charges carry maximum sentences of 10 years in prison and an $ll0rio fine Arraignment is scheduled for July 23 1 The medium-size brokerage house with SSoriO customers went into liquidation after the Securities and Exchange Gum-mission launched a civil suit on MAy 24 4 9 1 I'- i CAKli OF -THANKS DEL MAST It 0 Roccp A toto acliMwt-edge with araieful thank to all tur retetlve 'll won 4 na igkOor a athek fund aapratalaai tympeMy durtog gur rarant bereavement and oapacialw thank ThoHarrltan Pol lew Department Mr Racce Del Metbp and Family J-17 charged along with his colleagues of taxing part in a scheme fo hide $15 million in losses during 1972 a nd showing a profit of $17 miUioo instead Others-indicted include Board Chairman Arthur i 1 I

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