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Retire Roy -Goodlander, manager industrial relation- for the division of the Hammer- Paper Company, has announced announced plans for retirement 1. He has had more than years of service for Ham- mermill and its predecessor New York and Pennsylvania i in the paper mills. Mr. Goodlander said tjday he has no specific plans i the future, except to take vacation before resuming his busmen career, probably in his special field of industrial relations. Most of Mr. GoodJander's decades "in the paper business has been server] as director of industrial relations in Haven and at the New City offices of the New & Pennsylvania Co., before the local mills.became part the Hammermill Company. Goodlander was responsible community and public relations for the New York. & Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Co. and also served assistant corporate secretary. Mr. Goodlander has been ac- in paper industry and local community affairs. He served for many years a member of both the national national industrial relations and community relations committees of the American Paper & Association, and he was secretary and finally president the A.P.P.A. community relations relations board of the Middle Atlantia Atlantia Area. He has been a member of industrial Delations committee of the Pennsylvania State Chamber of Commerce. Locally, Mr. Goodlander has been president of the Clinton County Supervisors Club and a Debra Kae Fravel, 16, Dies in One-Car Crash See RETIRES (Continued on Page 4) Sgt. Baker, 21, of Antes Fort Killed in Viet Guy Baker's Son Listed as Victim of Allied Gunfire JERSEY SHORE - Sgt. David R. Baker, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy R. Baker, Antes Fort, and husband of the former Miss Linda Shipman, Jersey Shore R.D. 2, was killed Thursday, Thursday, Aug. 21, by allied gunfire Quang Nan Province, "South Vietnam. He was the fourth Jersey Shore area service man, and 23rd from Lycpming County, to as the result of wounds suffered suffered in the Vietnam conflict. A member of M. Company, Third Battalion, Seventh Marine Marine Regiment, First Marine Division, he was on night patrol when death was caused by multiple multiple wounds of the head and Australian Admits Fire in Mosque By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS riisalem fire brigade was late h DIES IN CAR CRASH - Miss Dcbra Kac Fravel, 16, who lived with her mother, Mrs. Shirley Heck Fravel, 5 Summit Summit St., Avis, was pronounced dead of a fractured skull early Sunday, following an accident at the old Pine Creek bridge on former Route 220. She was thrown from the car when it missed the bridge and went into the creek. JERUSALEM (AP) -Israeli Attorney General Meir Shamgar Shamgar said today the Australian arrested after the fire in Jerusalem's Jerusalem's Al Aksah mosque has confessed that he set the fire. arriving on the scene of the fir and the water supply was made quate. Shamga>r. said Rohen had no yet decided on a lawyer. If h< does not want to hire one, th< /r,>,,<;«,,,,i ,,,».,., ^\ (Continued on Page 4) Shamgar was addressing thej state will appoint his defense. opening session of a special Rohen was working on an Is committee appointed to invest!- s gate the blaze which 'last Thurs-! day burned out part of the! mosque and touched off new' anti-IsraeM feeling in Arab na- Czech Set Self Afire tions. j Press reports had quoted po-jfo Protest Police lice sources as saying Michael Denis William Rohen. 28. a sheep shearer from Sydney, had BRNO, Czechoslovakia (AP) — Jan Polasek, a 19-year-old Early Sunday Accident Fatal to Avis Girl Debra Kae Fravel, a pretty 16-year-old from Avis, who was baby-sitting in Mill Hall Saturday Saturday evening, and probably stopped at the Lock Haven YMCA dance afterwards, was pronounced dead at 5 a.m. Sunday, Sunday, after a one-car crash at the old Pine Creek bridge near Jersey Shore. Daughter of Mrs.'Shirley Heck Fravel, of 5 Summit St., Avis, with whom she lived, and Elmer L. Fravel. Mill Hall R.D. 2, ' Debra would have been a junior at the Jersey Shore High School. She was born in Lock Haven March 23, 1953, and had attended attended Bald Eagle-Nittany High School at Mill Hall before moving moving to Avis three years ago. Her father says she was helping helping baby sit at Mill Hall Saturday Saturday evening. He said he had been planning to pick her up to take her home to Avis. But she was joined by a school friend from Jersey Shore, Deborah Kay Decker, according to Mr. Fravel, and they went to the YMCA in Lock Haven before going home. As far as could be determined by the state police of Montoursville Montoursville who investigated, this is what happened: Miss Decker, 16, whose hom« s at 221 Allegheny St., Jersey Shore, was driving the car, traveling west on old Route 220, six-tenths of a mile west of Jersey Shore, when the automobile automobile ran off the road onto the north berm, crossed the highway highway onto the south berm, and went over a 30-foot embankment into Pine Creek. The time was 4:45 a.m. There were no skid marks or tire tracks. Nor were there any witnesses who saw what happened, happened, as far as was known today. today. This area, foggy later on Sunday morning, was not fog- shrouded at the time, according to state police. Miss Fravel was pronounced dead at the Jersey Shore Hospital Hospital from brain damage caused by a skull fracture. She had been thrown from the car, and was found on the Pine Creek bank. The scene of the accident was . confessed. But Shamir's' state- Plumber who set himself on fire menl was the first official con- Wlth P™ lme0 on lhe . firmation. The committee is headed by an Israel supreme court justice and includes two Israeli univer- 0 ry of the .Soviet Czechoslovakia i s from his burns, a . invasion of recovering source who knows the youth said today. sity professors, the Arab mayor! He told a reporter Polasek of Nazareth and an, Arab dis-[had the idea of burning himsel Irict judge from Nazareth 1 to death for some time and de- on the Lycoming County side of the creek where the former Route 220 comes down a hill, and approaches the bridge. There is a dip on this stretch of road where former railroad tracks have been removed. The new Jersey Shore by-pass road leads :traffic to the west of (his location, across a new Pine Creek bridge. Miss Decker was driving on a junior license, which does not allow for the operation of a car from midnight to 5 a.m. See FATALITY (Continued on P^go 4) Shamgar said that despite thej cidcd to do it Thursday as a pro- arrest of the suspect, the com-l 1 ^ 1 against harsh police meth- mittee could still busy i|c e w;ods in dealing with Prague dcm- looklng into what happened jonstrators. . immediately after tie fire broke! Polasek's condilio?! was said|j- out. to be good and he should be able This apparently was a refer- to leave the Brno plastic sur- ence to Arab claims that the Je-igery clinic in one or two months.