The Kingston Daily Freeman from Kingston, New York on September 6, 1977 · Page 5
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POLICE BEAT •LANCE I'hc Pail) Freeman. I uc-sdaj^Fieninjk September 6, I*>77- Page $ Glasco Fire Damages Print Plant GLASCO — Fire and heavy smoke damaged a basement equipment area and ground- floor office space Monday at KTB Associates Inc., a print ing plant Three fire companies battled the blaze nearly two hours to bring it under control. Michael A Sasso, Glasco fire chief, said the fire apparently broke out in a basement printing area in the building's north side. causing heavy damage to both floors in about a quarter of that section, but a newer addition was saved The alarm came in at 1:48 p m. after a neighbor noticed smoke coming out of the build ing, which was unoccupied for the holiday, and Sasso said the fire may have been smoulder­ ing for some time One firefighter suflered minor hand cuts and another a possible sprained ankle. Fire companies assisting Glasco were C A. Lynch of Saugerties and l ister Hose Co. While apparently “not suspicious,'- the fire is under investigation, Sasso said. *** CVC LF. RIDER HL RT A Saugerties teenager was hospitalized after a motorcycle on which she was a passenger collided with a deer Monday on Blue Mountain Road in Saugerties. Cheri! Childers. 16, was listed in lair condition at Benedictine Hi>spital in Kingston. The driver of the motorcycle, Ralph R Childers, no age given, was traveling southwest on the road at about '2 p.rn when the deer leaped in front of the vehicle, police said The driver was treated for injuries and released The deer suffered a broken leg and had to be destroyed, police said. **★ CONDITION REPORT Two victims of area accidents during the Labor Day Weekend remain hospitalized with serious injuries, although one was reported improved today. Cheryl Faulkner, 13, of New burgh is now listed in fair condition at Vassar Brothers Hospital in Poughkeepsie after spending two days on the critical list with injuries suffered when the car she was riding in smashed into an abutment near the Mid Fortier EAST JEWETT- Law rence A. Fortier, 60, of East Jewett, died Sunday at the Albany Veteran’s Hospital. Born May 4, 1917, in Vermont, Mr. Fortier was the son of the late Fred and Ida Cenete Fortier He was employed as a plumber for many years, and was a former resident of Crown Point and Lanesville. Mr. Fortier was a veteran of the U.S. Army, having served in World War II. Surviving are his widow, three sons, Robert of Ticonderoga, Richard of Schenectady and Larry Fortier of East Jewett; six daughters, Mrs. Laura Groshans of Crown Point; Mrs Barbara Belder! G funeral ^’iiticce D DECKER -James on September 4, 1977 of Chichester. Husband of Mildred (nee Antonelli), father of Mrs. Mell (Maryann) Sharp of Chichester, brother of Mrs. Evelyn Modonia of Indiana, step-brother of Mrs Laura Carey of Beacon, also survived by two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Thursday at IO A M. at the St. Francis DeSales R C. Church. Phoenicia Interment in St. Francis DeSales Cemetery. Friends may call at the FL B Gorlmey Funeral Home, Main St., Phoenicia Tuesday & Wednesday, 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p m. FISCHANG- Henry A. Jr., of 55 Boulevard on September 3, 1977 Son of Nina Dudrey Fischang and the late Henry A Fischang Sr., father of James H. Fischang and Mrs Linda Chase, brother of Mrs.Violet DeWitt. Two grandsons, several nieces and nephews also survive. Reposing at the Frank H Simpson Funeral Home, 411 Albany Avenue. Funeral Her vices will be held on Wednes day at 2 p m. Rev Robert W. Smyres will officiate. Burial in Wilt Wyck Cemetery friends may call today 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. HOWARD Robert J. on Monday, September 5, 1977, of Sawmill, N.Y. Loving hus hand of Joan McHugh Howard; son of Joseph L. How ard and the late Elizabeth Goldpaugh Howard, beloved father of Robert, Jr., < athy, Elizabeth and Mary How ard; brother of Mrs Ann Curry ; aunts, uncles, cousins, several nieces and nephews also survive Funeral will lie held from the Joseph V. I*ahy Funeral Home, Inc., 27 Smith Ave., Thursday, September 8th at 9:15 am thence to St Joseph's Church where a Mass of Christian Burial will be sung at IO a rn Interment in St. Ann's Cemetery Friends will be received at the funeral home today 7 to 9^ and Wednesday 2 to 4 and to 9 p m Memorial contributions may lie made to the American Cancer Society. and Mrs. Janice Selden, both of Hague; Mrs. Nancy May of Schenectady; Mrs. Pamela Davis of Franklin and Miss Rim Fortier of East Jewett; a sister. Mrs. Beatrice Ask of Milford, Conn,; and several grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 10:30 a rn. at the FIB. Corm ley Funeral Home. Main Street, Phoenicia. with the Rev. Otis McDonald officiating Burial will be in the FNergreen Cemetery, Platt Clove. O'Leary ROSENDALE- Arthur J • O’l^eary, 66. of Lawrenceville Road. Rosendale, husband of Rosendale Town Clerk Catherine Cahill O’Leary, died Monday at Middletown following a long illness. A retired welder, Mr, O’Leary was born in Jersey City, N J., a son of the late Daniel and Kila Ryan O’l/eary, and hud resided in Rosendale for several years. Besides his widow, he is survived by two sons, Arthur Jr. of Tillson, and Jack O’Leary of High Falls; a daughter, Mrs. Cathleen Hilton of Ellington, Conn.; two brothers, Thomas of Bayonne, N.J., and Daniel O'lieary of Ocean, N.J.; a sister, Mrs. Ann O’Rourke of Dallastown, Pa.; and seven grandchildren. The funeral will be held from the George J, Moylan Funeral Home, Rt 32, Rcwendale Heights, Rosendale. Thursday at IO a m., thence to St. Peter's Church, Rosendale, where at 10:30 a m. a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered. Burial will be in St. Peter’s Cemetery, Rosendale. G mural ^'nticcB J KEYSER Funeral Servile, Inc. 331-1473 C LotohQtn Kingston Chapel LEANY ana MANOR Port {won Chapol I0ADWAV ana STOUT GILPATRIC MURPHY funeral home »■<** »•'»><• •»»' '* HHH mow *» JAMIS I GIIMTIK )M im O, BANKS -Delancey C on Tuesday, September 6, 1977 at Kingston Hospital. Funeral will be held from the Joseph V. l*ahy Funeral Home Inc., 27 Smith Ave at a time to be announced O’LEARY At Middletown, N Y., September 5, 1977, Arthur J O'Leary, Sr. of Rosendale, NY Beloved husband of Catherine Cahill O'l-eary, devoted father of Mrs. Cathleen Hilton, Arthur and Jack O’Leary; dear brother of Mrs Ann O'Rourke , Thomas and Daniel Cibory; also surviving a re seven grandchildren Funeral will lie held from the Geroge J Moylan Funeral Home, Rosendale Heights, Ro sendale. Thursday IO a rn. thence to St Peter’s Church, Rosendale at 10:30 a.rn where a Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Interment in St Peter's Cemetery, Rosendale Friends may call Wednesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9pm Please omit flowers MKMORIAM In loving memory of Joseph “Sonny" Worthington, whom God called home one vear ago today No words can express how your loss affected our lives Wife, Ida Children Ut Grandchildren MKMORIAM In sad and loving memory of my darling angel, Anita V. Fichtner, who went to meet her Savior three years ago. September 6. 1974 To your grave I wander Flower* placed with care No one knows the heartache As I turn to leave you there If I had one wish, One dream would come true; I would pray with all my heart For yesterday with you. God Bless you darling Your loving husband George WHEELCHAIRS Decker CHICHESTER James Dec ker, 61, of Chichester, died at Benedictine Hospital Sunday. Born Oct. 21, 1915, at Bar Harbor, Me., he was the son of the late Mr and Mrs Daniel Decker Mr. Decker lived most of his life in Newburgh, where he was employed for 30 years as an operating engineer. He was a member of the International Union of Operating FLigineers, l/ical 825, and an army veteran of World War II Hehad resided in Chichester for the past five years. In addition to his wife, the former Mildred Antonelli, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mell (Marytnne) Sharp of Chichester; a sister. Mrs. Evelyn Modonia of Indiana; a step-sister, Mrs Laura Carey of Beacon; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered Thursday at IO a m. at St. Francis de Sales Church. Main Street, Phoenicia. Burial will be in the St. Franicis de Sales Cemetery. Arrangmements are under the direction of the FL B. Gormley Funeral Home, Phoenicia, Howard SAWHILL— Robert J. Howard Sr. of Sawkill died at his home Monday. Born in Brooklyn, he was the son of Joseph L. Howard and the late FJizabeth Goldpaugh Howard. He was a IJ S Army veteran, having served during World War ll Mr. Howard was a New York City policeman, retiring in 1970, and for the past three years had worked at Interna tional Business Machines Cor |s>ration in Kingston He was a member of St Joseph's Church. In addition to his father, Mr Howard is survived by his widow, Joan McHugh How ard; a son. Robert J Howard Jr. of Kingston; three daughters: Cathy, Elizabeth and Mary Howard, all at home; a sister, Mrs Ann Curry, and several aunts, un des, nieces, nephews and cousins, The funeral will be held from the Joseph V Ix*ahy Funeral Home Inc., 27 Smith Ave , Thursday at 9 15 a m , theme to St. Joseph s Church, where a M ass of Christian Burial will lie sung at IO a rn Burial will be in St Ann's Cemetery Hudson Bridge, killing the driver, John Jones. 35. and passenger Katherine Wilson, 15, both of Newburgh. Still listed in critical condition at Albany Medical Center is Lynne Hanlon. 20, of Poughkeepsie, driver of a car that struck an abutment Fn dav afternoon on the New York Thruway in Rosendale. ★ A * DRIVER ARRESTED Alan Cahill, 24. of Poughkeepsie, was charged bv New Paltz police with driving while intoxicated after he drove his car off Rt 32 South near South Putt Corners Road early Monday. Cahill, treated for minor injuries, was traveling north Ht 1:55 a.in when the car went off the left side of the road, police said He was released iii per sonal recognizance and or dered to reappear in court next Monday. Affiliates Washout ‘Soap’ (Continued from page I) House today was subdued in light of the latest calls for Lance’s resignation. Press secretary Jody Powell told UPI the "basic feeling is that Bert deserves a chance to face those things before the committee," "Bert dearly wants that," said Powell. "He wants to meet them head on." Powell confirmed reports that presidential aide Hamilton Jordan flew to Sea Island, Ga., over the weekend to confer with Lance. He said Lance "wanted to talk" to Jordan, hut gave no details. As for Carter's reaction to the Ribicoff statements, Powell said, “I’m sure the human part of it has its impact ... it couldn’t help." Powell earlier said Carter strongly denied a Time Magazine report that Lance twice offered to resign and was turned down by the president. “It would he w iser for Bert Lance to resign,” Ribbicoft told Carter Monday. Ribicoff and Percy, the ranking GGP member of the Governmental Affairs Committee, met with Carter for 45 minutes at the White House to discuss "serious . . . allegations of illegalities” against Lance that were turned up by the panel’s staff during the past two weeks. It was the first mention of possible illegal actions. The comptroller of the currency’s recent report said Lance’s hanking practices may have been "unsafe and unsound." hut that he had done nothing criminally wrong Ribicoff summoned members of his committee to a special meeting this afternoon to reveal the nature of the allegations. It was not known if the meeting would be public. The Senate Banking Committee, chaired by Sen, William Proxmire. G Wis., a Lance critic, begins hearings on Lance-related matters later this month, and at least one other committee meeting was being scheduled Carter cut short a Labor Day stay at his Camp David, Md., retreat to meet at the White House with Lance and his wife LaBelle. The President then met with Ribicoff and Percy “The reason for today’s meeting." Ribicoff told reporters, "was to bring to the President’s attention allegations of illegality of serious enough nature that we felt an obligation to tell the President of our findings.” A presidential spokesman later issued a brief statement saying Carter "expressed his appreciation" to the senators and hoped the Ribicoff hearings would he conducted expeditiously to "allow all parties the opportunity to present the facts to the Anteri can people.” “Mr Lance is determined to make his position known publicly and wants a hearing." Ribicoff said. "He feels very strongly that he has been maligned, that his position in this case has not been stated, and he wants that opportunity." However, Ribicoff said he told Carter "it would be wiser for Bert Lance to resign." ■ "I don't think Bert Lance can he un effective Office of Management and Budget director pending these hearings and the investigation of all (he allegations,” he .added. Percy agreed, saying; "I have cor tainly strongly recommended to the President that Bert Lance resign in his own interest, or step aside." •WINDMILL (Continued from page 1) energy the utility purchases lf PSC figures are used, Russell said, that works out to $1.08 per kilowatt hour. This is less than what the consumer pays for electricity because it costs the utility more to generate power than it would a private homeowner, he said. The new rate proposal stems from the construction of a windmill in the Woodstock area. Prior to this new rnte, Central Hudson had no guidelines to provide charges for hook up fees. Morton Schiff, of Energy Shelter’s Inc and installer of the windmill, said he was not opposed to the proposal. “People must learn that energy is not free and is exhaust able," he said. "And if they must pay for electricity, then it will he regarded as more valuable," •RICKEN (Continuetf from page I) “If he (Kavanagh) denies there is political influence I will he forced to give further examples," said Ricken. The Democrat said public trust is imjxirtant in the criminal justice system and "justice disputed behind Scientists Call Them 'Natural Prison * Sea Cracks May Store N-Waste WASHINGTON (UPI) Southern Baptist officials said today 13 ABC-TV affiliate sta t i o n a have told the denomination’s Christian Life Commission they will not carry the first episode con trevenual new comedy series "Soap." In addition, according to the officials, 12 stations having joint affiliations with ABC and , .... ... one of the other networks also "<**<* and trt'HU>(1 llkt’ « Mohave said they will not carry <'»> prize’ makes a mockery of the the program because it is “un acceptable" or because it conflicts with other programs. “Soap," the most talked- about show of the new television season, is scheduled to premier Tuesday, Sept. 13, at 8:30 p m EDT. ABC officials have described the show as a sophisticated adult comedy It spoofs daytime soap o|H*ras, particularly the sexual in volveinents and alterations of the soaps. Since previewing the first episode some weeks ago, large segments of the nation's re ligious community, led by the 12 million-member Southern Baptist Convention and the U.S. Catholic Conference, have protested ABC’s airing of the program, urging local af filiates and potential s(Hinsors not to become involved in the show The Christian Life Commission’s list of ABC af filiates which will not air the first program include: WYCH. Huntsville, Ala ; WKAB. Montgomery. Ala , WJCI.. Savannah, Ga.; WBAK, Terre Haute, Iud; K DUB, Dubuque, Iowa; KTVO, Ut turnwa. Iowa, WJZ, Haiti more, WABG, Greenwood. Miss.; WCCB, Charlotte, NLC.; WRAL, Raleigh. N C entire system. He said District Attorney Francis Vogt and Kavanagh. his chiel assis taut "are both decent and likeable men, but they are products of the system. "They abide by it, they work within it and by their actions they help per(>etuate it." The candidate said since he was the only Democrat to seek the county wide (wist he did not have to make any deals for support. "My opponent can’t make that statement," said Ricken. He also said it was "to my credit that I remained a Democrat" alter coming to Ulster County seven years ago He noted I hat Kavanagh is a former Democrat who switched his party affiliation after moving to the local area, which is predominantly Republican. WASHINGTON (UPI) Huge cracks in the floor of the eastern Atlantic Ocean may, provide a perfect dump where lethal nuclear waste can lie undisturbed for 260,000 years, according to two geological sci elitists The Commerce Department Monday released a report by scientists Karl FL Turekian and Peter Kona, saying canisters containing plutommum could lie buried safely under sediment in the ocean floor cracks which form “a capacious natural prison." Kona is a geophysicist at the .National Oceanic and At moapheric Administration’s Building Takeover Muslim Leader Is Given 41-123 Years in Prison abc Daily 3F retina ti Pub), viced Sunday through (ti day by Vt "I Hudson t‘ubh< it nm* Im IM Hurley Av* Kingston. N Y Izen Ralph Ingrrsull ('resident Kalph Ingervill ll. We President Rn hard L Treat Vice President and Publisher Bv Carrier ll IS tier sees By Mail per vear SM ti* SU months I.M 14 Kntered as he< ond * las* Matter at th* (‘os! tittie* at King stun N V Wrong Dress Co. Named KINGSTON James Amendola was said to Ire as m alated with the Marpat dress company in Kingston in a recent story in the Daily Freeman That was wrong Amendola I is asms lated with the Markay dress company Political Ad»orti»«*m«rrit WASHINGTON (UPI) The Hanali Muslim leader convicted of masterminding the takeover of three buildings that resulted in the death of a young reinter last March today was sentenced to 41 to 123 years iii prison Unmans Abdul Kliaalis ac cepted the sentence without apparent emotion from Supe nor Court Judge Nicholas Nuncio, who ordered the him returned to a maximum secur itv tell at barton Reformatory. During the siege. 149 hostages were held at the B’nai B nth international head quarters, the national Islamic Culture Center, and the Dis trut Building, equivalent of (tty hall Before tie was sentenced, the Muslim told the judge: "This is my country Allah will judge us all arid it is a country on the road to self destruction. And you can use my help I won t apologize tor standing up for Politico! A4»»ftl»*im«ry* the res|«‘ct and character of my faith. "It was a good deed " He asked for leniency to con tame his work as a Muslim leader He referred to himself as a "fighting Muslim ” However, federal prose cut ort asked D C Superior Court Judge Nunzio for life imprisonment They peti tinned Nunzio to give Hanafi leader Ha rn aas Abdul Khaalis, 55, sentences totaling 123 years The prosecution claims only harsh |a*nalties would deter others contemplating terrorist acts The government asked for a minimum of 45 years to life imprisonment for Ihe Ii Hanafi followers convicted of a1 least eight kidnaping c barges, general conspiracy and one count of assault wit ti a deadlv weapon Atlantic Oceanographic and Meteorological Laboratories in Miami. Turekian is a geochemist in Yale s geology and geophysics department. FJven if the canisters even tually leaked, the scientists said, much of the nuclear Waste “would lie imprisoned by chemical processes in the deep ocean sediments and wa ters themselves " Any waste thut did escape could lake "perhaps a thousand years" to surface, they said Turekian and Kona said a permanent dihjaisal site must be found for the radioactive wastes, now accumulating in temjHirary repositories, so they can lie undisttoited for as long as 250,(KM) years During that time no earthquakes should jar them, living creatures should not la- ex posed to them, and thev must not be carried away by ocean currents or underground st re; ns, they said The two believe current knowledge of the geological, chemical and oceanographic nature of the eastern Atlantic fracture zones warrant further investigation as a safe burial ground They said the fracture zones deep canyons running hundreds of miles across the At Untie cut diagonally through the mid-Atlantic range They are volcanically inactive along most of their length The biggest cracks are six mile* long and two miles wide, and accumulate sediment fairly quickly by geological standards Only three inc hes ol sediment would protect nuclear waste from disturbances by most ocean organisms, they said. They lielieve the eastern basin of the Atlantic would Ire a convenient as well as safe nuclear waste dump because "the major producers of radioactive waste iii the near future are likely to be Irom countries around the Atlantic Ocean Basin." WHERE IN N.Y. STATE* CAN YOU FIND ANOTHER STORI UKF MANNY'S CAT!RING TO THI WARPED DISIRiS AND JADED APPETITES OF ARTISTIC CLIINTEIE WHO INCE* SANDY REQUIRE GARGANTUAN AMOUNTS OF OILS AND ACRYLICS. CANVASS AND GISSO. MAT BOARD AND BRUSHES AND OTHER GOOD (EST MANNY'S 83 MAINS!., NEW PALTZ V:t J J tOAYS/WK * THAT GOIS tOH C AIITORNIA A WYOMING TOO ( ell* FGI VENEREAL DISEASE INFORMATION CALL 338-6118 ATTENTION Enrolled Democrats City of Kingston Choose a Legislator of Proven Ability Kathleen (Raye) QUICK Primary Day Thurs. Sept 8 Noon to 9:00 p.m. VOTE IA KATHLEEN (KATE) QUICK Mascara 14 Hr*. Masticate 7 Da /1 ALCADE 331-3100 COMMODES afraid you’re going deaf? o//r Most hearing problems can be helped Call for a free electronic hearing test now to see which Beltane aid may be right for you Beltone Hearing Aid Service 638 Main St,, Poughkeepsie, N Y Phone 4 54-2650 DID YOU KNOW? THE OUTPATIENT LABORATORY SERVICES OE THE CITY OF KINGSTON LABORATORY ARE AVAILABLE AT TWO LOCATIONS: BENEDICTINE HOSPITAL at lower level Hours: Monday through Thursday 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fridays 7 a.m. • I p.m. Saturdays 7 a.m. - ll a.m. Adjacent to KINGSTON HOSPITAL at 400 Broadway Hours: Monday through Thursday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fridays 8 a.m.. 3 p.m. Ample Parking Facilities Physicians’ orders for laboratory tests may be presented at either location. • For Further Information Call: 331-6400

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