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PAGE. TWENTY SIX P0UGHKEEPS1E JOURNAL Deaths ACKEHT. it Norltttrn Dutclwil HetpHal lip" Vt 1. Allct i. 2tfM 5s wnd yaar.

Funaral aarvicH from Allan Vwiwrtl Mom. ViHtV. Saturday. Stpt. iCjt JtJgS Union Pork.

rlondt will bo rKOlvod tnlo ovonlng 7 to f. COMIN0TTI Nor1horii Dutehou Hoo pltol, Rhine, N. V. Wtmbor It7. Enrico Cemlnottl.

Aoo M. Bolovod hinband ol DuMlIn DaMarca Comlo oill. Fothtr of Mrs. Stvtntn Ermo Corrodo ond Frank Comlnotll. Funorol ttrvicft will bo hold Satuday morning ot tho Torono Momorrtj FunJral.Homo, ill Mill root ond ot 10 00 ot Mt.

Cormol Cormol Plica, wtioro Hlph Mom ot RMuloro will bo otrorod. Informant St Potoro Comotory. Frlondo may till ot tho tunorol homo Thuraday from 7 0. Frldoy 4, If. Howry wit bo roeltod Frldoy ovonlng ot 100 ot tho Torwno mamoriai untrai MORTON Soot.

IX 1M7 Ot St. Fronclo AnnTo H. Horton, rld.n tot Rt. 11. Hopowall Junction.

Y. Wotnor uml.m p. Horton, Mrl. Anno Moahar ond Mrl. Cloronco Mood Maud Oonlol ond Bertram Lee.

Fu naral torvlcot will bo conducted from Robert n. Aucnmooar rinmii unwail Juncton on Soturdoy, Sept. la, ot i m. Intormont In tho Shenandoah Comotory, Shenandoah, N. Y.

Frlondt will bo received ot tho tuninl homo Frldoy ovonlng, 7 0. In i.u, mi iiAwr. donatloni mov bo modo to tho Bothol Church, Shonon dooh, N. Y. OSOEN, Mr.

Thomeo L. ol 30 North Whlto Strool, Pouflhkoopilo, N. V. died ot hor homo Thorodoy, September 14th oiler long lllneu. Relative ond Frlondt moy coll ot tho George A MacKennan Funerol Home, 210 South umi.

PMHihkeoni N. Y. on crMiI. September nth between the houro ot I'M, 19' P.M. ond 7 PM lot pV The Rotary will bo roeltod Friday evening, stpiimwr P.M, th Funeral Home.

The Fu luiii hil Saturdav. September lath at JO AM. ot tho funerol homo ond ot AJYi. Mow ot Requiem will bo ottered ol SI. Monro Church Interment will bo In tho family plot In Calvary Cemetery.

Arrangement! In charge of George A. MacKennan. SIERRA Sept. 13, lo7. Brother Carlot Sierra.

Faculty member Our Ledy ol Lourdet High School. Funeral from tho Mutvey Funeral Homo, 211 Mention SI. (corner of Park Place). Sat fept. la, at 10.

AM. ond ot St. Mort Church ot 11 AM, where a Requiem Matt will bo celebrated. Interment Maritt Brolhert Novlilate, Etoput, Y. Frlondt may call at the funeral homa Friday otter 7 pm Arrange ment In charge et Wllllem F.

Mulvey muibv rail Quirk. Seot. 13, 1947 at Poughkeepile after a long lllneu. Retldent ol 31 North Elm St, CnnMl lirvkH I bO held s.i. s'eot.

14th at II a m. Irom Ihe lAimiaM t. KMlan Funeral Home, 51 ti ik et Bairnn Thii Reverend Ellsworth Schabert of the TrlnllyMethodltt Church, will ofllclato. Interment Fair rmterv. Stone Ridge, N.

t. Frlondt moy call at the funeral homo, Friday from to eno i In Memonam Brother Sierra Dies at 30; Taught Spanish at Lourdes BURGIN In loving memory of Mrt. o. wtm nnud OWOV Sept. lj, 1943.

A Charter Member the, Ltdlet Auxiliary ot tho Shamrock At oociation. LADIES AUXItlARY OF THE SHAMROCK ASSOCIATION Signed: Card of Thanks THERE WILL BE on unveiling of the monument of Sarah Schwartibach In tho Fraternal Benevolent Cemetery lundiv. Seot. 17 ot 3 p. m.

Frlondt ond relotlvet Invited. Funeral Directors ZS4 ALLEN FUNERAL HOME, INC. PLEASANT VALLEY, MEreury 3 3114 MILLBROOK, N. ORIole 7 M11 ROBERT H. AUCIIMOODY Eiiueaii IhiC 14 Grand Avenue Tel.

453 1410 cuhkiii aoA atu Hopewell Junction I74 W34 Brother Carlos Jose Sierra. 30. who had taught Spanish at Our Lady of Lourdes High School for sbc years Snd who had headed the Spanish department for the last three years, died Wednes day night at the Bremen Residence, 38 N. Clinton St. Born in San Juan.

Puerto RIco, Sept. 24, 1936, the son of Mrs. Josefba Sierra, New York City, and the late Mr. Sierra. He received his early education, in the United States and did graduate work In Spanish et the New Paltz College.

Brother Sierra entered the Marist Order in 1954 and had been teaching for the last nine years. Prior to coming to Our Lady of Lourdes, he taught at the Central Catholic High School, Wheeling, W. and Mount St Michael's Academy, New York CRy. Served Youth Group Moderator of the Inter Religion Youth Group of Poughkeepsie, Brother Sierra also was an of ficer of the Spanish Language Group of the Mid Hudson Study Council. In addition to his mother, Brother Sierra is survived by a sister, Mrs.

Aurora Carrilto; and a brother, Luis Sierra, all of New York City. The funeral will be tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. from the Mulvey Funeral Home, 211 Mansion and at St. Mary's Church at 11 o'clock where a Mass of Requiem will be offered. Msgr.

Matthew Cox will officiate. Burial will be in the Marist Broth ers Novitiate Cemetery, Esopus. Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to 4 p.m. end 7 to 9 o'clock. The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 o'clock.

Mrs. Nellie Ogden, In City 70 Years Mrs. Nellie T. Ogden, 90, of, 30 N. White a resident of Pough keepsie for the last 70 years, died yesterday at her home.

Born in Limerick, Ireland, April '1877, she was the daughter of late Cornelius and Catharine rtnett Curtln. She was gradu ated from the Temple Glantlne School. On June 4, 1902, in Pough keeosie. she was married to Thomas L. Ogden, who died Sept.

2, 1930. Mr. Ogden had operated a dairy Dusiness in mis area ior 30 years. Mrs. Ogden Is survived by three daughters, Mrs.

Milton J. (Helen) Hane. and Mrs. David S. (Anna) Taber, both of Poughkeepsie; and Mrs.

Austin L. hronk. New York City: two grand children. Mrs. R.

Peter Clarke and Miss Susan A. Eastbrook; three great grandchildren; and a brother, Jeremiah Curtin, New Vnrir citv. A daughter. Mrs. Frank L.

(Florence) Spate, died May 30. 1965. The funeral'will be tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. from the MacKennan Funeral Home, 210 S. Cherry St.

and at 10 o'clock at Mary ojawSMiwt HiLLitfjJaiH Veterans Plan'' Dinner at Armory The 20th annual dinner of the Battery and Association, is scheduled tomorrow at 7 p.m., at the State Armory, Market and Church Streets. The organization! consists 'of veteran! of Batteries and of the 156th Field Artillery, 44th Division, York SUt National Guard. It was one of the first units to be activated into federal 'service for World War II. The date was Sept. 16, 1940.

The speaker win be Lt. Col. Harold Clayton, Rome, N.Y., who was the unit's wartime commander. Some 75 members are expected to attend, many from other parts of the country. John Cervone is president of the association, Michael Mensler is in charge of arrange ments for the dinner.

BROTHER CARLOS J. SIERRA Howard Palmer, In His 91 si Year Howard J. Palmer. 90. of Watertown, a native of Highland, died Wednesday at the Mercy Hospital, Watertown.

31, 1877. he was the son of the late Benjamin B. and Alberta Donaldson Palmer. In the early 1900's Mr. Palmer was a hatter and.

lived in Milford and Danbury, Conn. His first wife, Stella M. Palmer, died in 1947. He had resided in Tampa, for 25 years, where he and his wife had operated a rooming house and restaurant In 1950, Mr. Palmer married the former Mrs.

Rose E. Brach, who1 died in 1960. Until SeDtember. 1965: when Mr. Palmer entered the Madonna Home in Watertown, he had made his home with his niece, Mrs.

William (Alberta) Meeks, in Philadelphia, Jefferson County, Mr. Palmer is survived by his brother. Walter Palmer. Fougnkeensie: a step daughter, Mrs. James (Pearl) Leetch.

Mont gomery, and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were conduct ed yesterday at the Hart Funeral Home, Watertown. Burial will be in Danbury, Conn. Mrs.Ackert,. STAATSBURG Mrs.

Alice J. Ackert, 91, died yesterday at the Northern Dutchess Hospital, Rhinebeck. Born in Pleasant Valley, Feb, BT New York Name Changed To Bankers Trust NEW YORK CITY Stock holders of the BT New York Corp. have voted to change the name of the bank holding company to Bankers Trust New York Corp. The Fallkill Bank and Trust Co.

of Poughkeepsie is part of the corporation, which also includes the Bankers Trust Co. of New York City, the First Trust Co. of Albany am) the First State Bank of Spring Valley. Stronger Identification The name is being changed to strengthen the identification Bankers Trust, according to Wal bs B. Dunckel, president of BT New York.

The stockholders also have approved creation of a class of Series Preferred stock, consisting of one million shares. This may be issued at the discretion of the board of directors and upon terms eet by the board at the time of issuance. Valley. Lists. Resurfacing Plans PLEASANT Super, visor Warren Wigsten said today that resurfacing work has been completed on Plass, Rossway, Smith, Gretna, Wigsten, Van Wagner and Creek Roads, Stream Lane and Timothy Heights.

He noted that George Cahill, highway superintendent, included this in a report to 'the town boSrdat a'rrieetirigWednesday. Wigstenalso pointed out that Andrew Madarish had been in correctly identified in a Pough keepsie Journal story yesterday. He said Madarish is chief or. the civil defense auxiliary police. Mark King Struck by Car Mark King.

77. who for many years operated a restaurant in Dutchess Turnpike was struck by a car this morning as he started to cross Main Street near Taft Avenue. He is listed in poor con dition at St. Francis Hospital. Town Police Chief Charles E.

Scbade said King, who lives at 71 Haight was hit by an auto driven by Olia L. Thorpe, 33, of 193 Winnikee at about 7:45 a.m. He was taken to St. Francis by Arlington, Fire De partment ambulance for treatment of head injuries and a fractured leg. Patrolmen John Eck ert, Joseph Callo and Carl Linich investigated.

Liquor Stolen In Hyde Park HYDE PARK Twenty five bottles of wines and whiskey valued at $65 were stolen yesterday from the Liquor Store, Hitviland Shopping Plaza, Route 9G, Sheriff Lawrence M. Quinlan reported. Quinlan said someone broke the front display window with a large stone sometime after 2 a.m. He said that was the time of a rou tine check by his deputies and the window was not broken at that time. 2.5 Fewer Freshmen Enroll As Marist Enters 21st Year 19, 1876, she was' the daughter Pennsylvania.

Marist College has opened its 2lst year with a freshman class of 305, a decrease of 25 from last year, A college spokesman said total enrollment has not yet been determined because registration was completed only yesterday. Most of the new students come from New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and DEL SANTO FUNERAL HOME The Homo of Peroonol Service" GL a 1450 194 Mill St DOWLING FUNERAL HOME ubbbitt nnwi lufi Lie. Mar, 41 FAIRVIEW AVE. GLobo H4U FRALEIGH FUNERAL HOME ARTHUR FRALEIGH, Lie. Mor.

41 Mention St. GLobo 2 0810 William G. Miller Son Cnuril UAnMI GL 10750 6L 1140 PARMELE FDNERAL HOME i.tva rtuM. Eiinatrftl Director 74 Hlloht Avenue. Tel GLobo GL K7W ROBERTS' FUNERAL HOME Wappingers Falls 297 2610 Sehoonmalcer Chapel Seventy three South Hamilton St.

GLobo 4 1800 SWEET'S FUNERAL HOME nenrifp W. Sweet. Lie. Mgr. HYDE PARK, Y.

Tel. CApltal 2M4 Mrs. Van Demark, Operated Laundry BEACON MTs. Celia Quick VanDemark, 76, of 51 N. Elm who with her husband operated the Superior Service Laundry in Beacon from 1929, until her retirement a few years ago, died yesterday in Poughkeepsie after a long illness.

A native of Ulster County, she was born Sept. 28, 1890. Her hus band, Chauncey died in 1960. Mrs. VanDemark formerly resided in Pleasantville and" came to Beacon 40 years ago.

Mrs. VanDemark is survived by four sons, Harry and Warren nt Rparnrt Maurice. Hvde Park: and Gordon VanDemark, Pough keepsie; a daughter, Mrs. August ILeona) Stoerger. Beacon.

10 grandchildren and five grtat grandchildren. Funeral services win De tomor row at 11 am. at the William T. Keelan Funeral Home, 51 North St. The Rev.

Ellsworth G. Schabert" 'will officiate. Burial will be in the Fairview Cemetery, Stone Ridge. Friends may call at the Keelan Church where a Mass of Requiem will be tffered. Burial will be in Calvary Cemetery.

Friends may call at the funeral home today from 2 to A p.m. and 7 to 9 o'clock. The Rosary will be recited tonight at 8 ociock. George Atwell, Of Red Hook urn HOOK George I. At well, 60, of Route 9, AlbanyJpst Road, Town of Kea hook, oieu yesterday at the Columbia Me morial Hospital, nuuixui.

Born in Mount vernon, jan. 27, 1907, he was the son of the late George A. and Abigail Stoll Atwell. He attended Mount Vef non public schools and was graduated from the Dean Academy in Franklin, Mass. ai time of his death, Mr.

Atwell had been employed in the sales department of tne voorrus Tiebout in Re Hook, He was a communicant of St. Sylvia's Church, Tivoli. Mr. Atwell is survived by his wife', the former Kathleen Baker; two sons, George Germantown; ana james a. aiytcu.

Red Hook; a daughter, Mrs. William (Anna) Keyser, Clavefack; 14 grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. Rvmnnl (Gertrudel Warren, Jupiter, and several nieces and nepnews. a Mass of Reauiem will be offered Monday ot 10 a.m. at.St.

Sylvia's Church. Tne Kigni jtev. Msgr. James Kane will officiate. Burial will be in St.

Sylvia's Cemetery. irrinrt mav call at the Burn ett and Rockefeller Funeral Home, 42 W.MarR?TSC?tomorrow row from 7 to 9 p.m.. ana aunaay fmm i to 4 D.m. and 7 to 9 o'clock. The Rosary will be re cited tomorrow at 8 ociock, of the late James and Lucinda TraverHadden.

Her husband, Gordon Ackert, predeceased her. Mrs. Ackert was a member of the Pleasant Plains Sewing Circle. Mrs. Ackert is survived by two sisters, Mrs.

Phillip Cook inghamand Mrs. Andrew Taber, both of Staafsburg; and sev eral nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be tomorrow at 2 p.m.. at. the Allen Funeral Home Pleasaht Valley.Valley.

Burial will be in the Union Cemetery, East Park. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock. The college is offering decrees in fields. The addition this year is economics, which is being offered es a major for the first time. The freshman class has com finest caliber," he said.

Funeral Home today from 2 4 m. and 7 to 9 o'clock. Mrs. ihurter, In Her 95th Year. Mrs.

Jennie Shurter. 94. for merly of South Cherry Street. here, died yesterday at the home of tier daughter. Miss Evelina Shurter, Jersey City, N.J.

In addition daughter, Mrs. Shurter is survived by sev eral nieces and nephews. Funeral arrangements arq under the direction of Mack Memorial Funeral Home, 'Jersay City! Burial will be in the Poughkeepsie Rural Cemetery, tomorrow at 10 a.m. pleted a three day orientation course that stressed the im portance of involvement in the in 1 tellectual atmosphere and life of the college. Faculty members and upperclassmen participated in the program.

David M. Flynn, director of ad missions, said he is "extremely pleased" with the new freshman class. "While the total is less than last year's freshman class, I feel that this group is much more balanced end they should achieve an academic record that is of the Scout Training Lauded By New 'Eagle' in City Bricklayers Union Schedules Services Members of the Bricklayers Union. Local 44, will conduct services at the Torsone Memor ial Funeral Home, 218 MM tonight at 9 ociock for Enrico Cominotti, 85, of 16 Woodfield Town o( Hyde Park, who died yesterday 'at the Northern Dutchess Hospital. Rhinebeck.

SEND otljLt L0 rfrtjASJa 0 i I To Express Your, Sympathy, For that tribute to a dear one Whom we love and alway will, There's a deep and lasting beauty Only flowers can instill. FLORIST Delivery Service 371 HOOkER AVE. TS TEL GR 1 2020 Opea Monday thru Saturday 8 5 Closed Sunday K. of C. Pilgrimage Scheduled Sunday The annual New.

York State Council, Knights of Columbus pilgrimage to the' Shrine of the North American Martyrs at Auriesville will take place Sunday, with Tlorentine Council as one ot the participating organizations'. Rosary will be said at 2 p.m. followed bv the Way of the Cross. Concluding these ceremonies will be the first Benediction on Martyrs Hill. The pilgrims will then proceed to tne uouseum tor benediction of the Blessed Sacrament.

Mass will be offered in the Coliseum at 4:15 p.m. Members of the Color Corps of the Fourth Degree Assemblies throughout the state will participate in the pilgrimage. The theme 'will be an increase in vocations. "Scouting has taught me good citizenship over the years has helrjed me develoD into a "better person." These were the words of Peter Coughlin, 15, a city youth who has been in scout ing since tne age ot eignt and who will become ah Eagle Scout tonight at a court of honor. The event will take place at 7:30 p.m.

at the Reformed Church, 70 Hooker Ave. a Boy Scout adds to a young person's education," Peter explained. "It touches on many aspects of adult life and better prepares a boy for manhood by improving his personality." Peter is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J.

Coughlin, 7 Circular Road, city. He is a sophomore at Our Lady of Lourdes High School and has been active in the Forensics Club there, a speech and debate society. He also plans to enter the drama tics club. He wants to enter a career in law. "The whole idea of a law practice fascinates me," Peter said.

"The concepts of Justice and defending people in court appeal to me." Always active in scouting. Peter has earned 24 merit badges since November, 1964. These include the three import ant "Citizenship" badges for home, community, and national service. He was a member of Troop 3 in the city from October, 1963 until January, 1966.. During that time he rose tq the rank of btar Scout.

In May, 1966, he was transferred to Troop 4 where he earned the grade 'of Life Scout. Administrative offices Peter has held include" patrol leader, assistant senior patrol leader, and den chief to Cub Scouts. i Today's Markets 1:45 Stock Prices MERRILL LYNCH, PIERCE, FENNER SMITH Dow Jones Averages Industrials 1 39 Railroads 03 Utilities 0.22 ABC Paramount 77 Addressograph Multl 62H Aiside uo Aluminum Ltd 27 American Airlines 35V' American Can 57 Amcr Mach Fdy VM American Motor 14V4 American Radiator 29 Amer and 53H American Tobacco 32 Ameranda Co 82 Anaconda 51 Armco Steel 55 Avco 52 Bell 81 Beth Steel 37tt Boeing 92 Brunswick Corp 12 Burroughs 54 Central Hud and El 28 Chrysler 53 Ches and Ohio Ry 68 CIT Corp 32 Col Gas and Elec 28 Comsat 62 Cons Edison 34 Control Data 1271 Corn Products 45 Dow Chem 80V duPont de Nemour 165 Eastern Airlines 50 Eastman Kodak 132 Electronics Associates 24 Filtrol 28 Florida Power 45 Ford Motors 52 General Aniline Film 21 Gen Dynamics 62 Gen Electric 112 General Foods 78 Gen Motors 86V Gen Telephone 46 General Tire Rubber 30 Great Atlantic Pacific 31V4 Goodyear and 47 Grant 35 Greyhound 25 Gulf Oil 70 Hewlett Packard 81V Homestake Mining 46 Int Business Machines 512 Jnt Harvester 37V4 Int Nickel Canada 103 Int Tel and Tel 109 Johns Manville 61 Kaiser Aluminum 57 Kennecott 49 Sparton Corp. 18 Libby Owens Ford 53 Lockheed Aire 31 Minn Mng 89 Monsanto Chemical 47 Montg Ward 24 Natl Dairy 37 Natl Distillers 43 New England E7lec Sys 26 Central RR 80 Niag Hohawk PW 2144 North Amer Aviation 47 Occidental 70 Olin Mathieson 79 Pan American Airlines 27 Pennsylvania RR 64 Pepsicola 11 Pfizer. Chas.

88 Phelps Dodge 76 Phillips Petroleum 63 Polaroid .203 Pub Ser EI Gas 32 Radio 59 Reynolds Met 53 Reynolds Tobacco 38 Rep Steel Royal Dutch 1 Safeway Stores SCM Scott Paper Sears Roebuck -Sinclair Oil Socony Mobil Southern Pacific Ry Sperry Rand Std Oil Sunray Oil -Texaco Texas Ins Transitron United Aircraft United Airlines United Gas Corp Rubber Steel Warner Lambert Westinghouse El Western Union Woolworth Xerox Corp Zenith Radio American Stock Exchange Associated Oil Canadian Jav. Creole. Technicolor Syntex UNLISTED STOCK Western Pub 26 BT N. Y. Corp.

67 68 Charter N. Y. Corp. 38 39 MacDonald, E. F.

14 15 County National Bank 33 36 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1967 Slocks Drop Off 1 NEW YORK (API The stt market settled irregularly low er early this anernoon following two 12 miQion share days of advance. The Dow Jones industrial avers te, 9Z7.BSV. The race of trading was 'not quite as active as on, Wednes aay ana inursaay, Prices were, mixed at the opening, showed 'a small gain in midmoming, then moved lower on balance. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was off .4 at 339.7 with Industrials off 1.1, rails of .1 and utilities up A.

Losses outnumbered reversing an early ratio the upside. Tenneco, off nearly a point, was ahead on volume mainly because of a block of 213,000 shares. Allis Chalmers opened late on a block of sr.OOO shares and showed alpoint loss. General Motors advanced a fraction. Other auto stocks were fractional losers.

Up. about a point were, Boeing, Zenith, International Nickel, Du Pont, IBM and Owens Illinois. 48 42 24 55 27 57 76 43 31 40, 65 35 76 118 18 89 71 77 44 .46 47 73 38 30 254 70 3 8 36 29 82 13 Injured In Chicago Riot CHICAGO (AP) Negroes thronged the streets of a South Side neighborhood Thursday, hurling rocks and curses at police after a meeting protesting alleged police brutality. The skirmishing and window smashing began after the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee and pther neighborhood groups held a street rally protesting the alleged police beating of an 18 year old For restville High School girl student. By the time it ended, some seven hours later, 13 persons including 6 policemen were injured and 47 persons were under arrest on charges including aggravated battery, mob action and disorderly conduct.

PETER COUGHLIN The Eagle Scout Award will be presented to him by Howard Kapner, vice chairman of the Dutchess Boy Scout Council Ad vancement Committee. The Rev. Michael J. Gilleece, director of guidance at Our Lady of Lourdes High School, is slated to be. guest speaker at the ceremony.

Peter said he plans' to continue in the Boy Scouts and will work for a "bronze palm" award which he. will, earn after gaining five more "merit" badges. "Eitherlater this year or next year I want to join the Explorers. I'm looking forward to the camping trips 'and the increased outdoor life that the group offers." Peter's troop' is sponsored by the Reformed Church. His scoutmaster is Kenneth J.

Washburn. Judge Denies Defense Plea To Bar Evidence' County Judge Joseph Jiudice has rejected an attempt to suppress evidence seized whta William J. O'Connell, 41, of Conk lin was arrested on chatees of possessing obscene materia O'Connell, represented by Deputy Public Defender Ben Allen Breslow, contended the property was seized during an illegal search. Assistant Distnct Attorney Francois R. CrOss opposed a hearingonthe motion.

In his decision, Judge Jiudice noted the burden of proof in such a proceedings is upon the de fendant "to place the facts in issue and it is therefore neces sary that this be done upon the defendant's own affidavit. "No such affidavit appears in the present motion," the judge wrote. "Only the defendant is familiar with the facts and his failure to so state the facts must defeat his right to a hearing. Judge Jiudice ruled. Jefferson St Man Fqdes 3 Charges John S.

Jackson. of, 50 Jef ferson was arrested today and charged with possession of a dangerous weapon, third degree assault and obstructing governmental administration. The last charge is the terminology of the new state penal law for what formerly was called re sisting arrest. Jackson pleaded innocent in City Court and was held for a hearing next Friday. He is accused by Richard Slaymaker, 13 Academy of cutting him on the hand with a linoleum knife in an altercation at '2: 30 a.m.

at Academy Cannon Streets. Patrolman Charles Bogdanowicz said the defendant offered resistance while placed in custody. Ragbneffi fo Run On Liberal Slate HYDE PARK Anthony Rag onetti, who wasn't able to gain the Democratic nomination, will run for justice of the peace on the Liberal party ticket in the November elections. County Election Commissioner Albert L. Hecht confirmed today that Ragonetti had received the Liberal nomination, and that his acceptance was received yesterday.

Ragonetti was unsuccessful in his bid for Democratic support when he was defeated by Richard Horton Aug; 29 in a 23 7 vote of the Town Democratic Committee. Subsequently, the lawyer and retired New York City detective lieutenant has challenged the caucus as illegal. on the basis that the officers in charge had not taken a loyalty oath. He has filed a formal complaint with the Board of Elections and has' promised to take the case to the courts if necessary. Meanwhile, Joseph A.

Marvel la the Poughkeepsie Liberal party chairman, charged today that Ragonetti's nomination by the Liberals is "illegal under the bylaws." He said he has "nothing personal against Mr. Ragonetti's nomination," but 'contended that County Liberal Party Chairman Jay1 Kosseff had ignored the! county committee. "The a In which Jayi Kosseff lias conducted himself," declared Marvella, "as chairman of the Liberal party is a disgrace and I am outraged by his He is using the Liberal party as a dumping ground for a major political party," Bell to Speak To Magistrates H. Clark Bell, delegate from Dutchess and Ulster Counties to the state Constitutional Conven tion, will speak to the Dutchess County Magistrates Association Sept. 25.

John Mennella, secretary of the organization, has urged, all members to attend. The dinner meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m., at the Silver Horn Restaurant, Route 44, Millbrook. (t0itoj air aW kW aW 4 II I thui sday Friday Saturday Sept. Nth, 15th, 16th Our Lovely hvisf'mom tagivig away fe.gamsls Tme i aUBV etfry vurchse of o'o or rnore 4 Vandals Hit Abdoo's Again; Store May. Not Be Reopened ROOd'S Florist SS4 Sonth Road, Poughkeepsie, N.

46M444 F.I.D. DEUVEST Flowers for all occasions At about 6 o'clock this morning, someone hurled two bricks through the glass door at Abdoo's Grocery, 133 Mam st, Joseph Abdoo, owner, said it was a reprisal for an article that aDDeared in 'yesterday's Pough keepsie Journal 'in which he indicated he might close the business because of picketing by the Lower Main Street Association and intimidation of his "loyal customers. Abdoo said it would cost about (60 te replace the half inch thick1 plate glass. He said' nothing wasi missing from the store. I've lost at least since July in burglaries and vandal ism." Abdoo declared, "I'm no longer covered by insurance." Abdoo said he had intended to discontinue the business this weekend, but in view of today's action may decide not to reopen at all The store has.been oper ated by the Abdoo.

iamiiy'for the last 40 years, they Abdoo. said, "I don't in front of my. store 21 hours' a day. These people know the movements of the police and time accordingly," According to Abdoo, the courts are to blame as well as a lack of community backing. The judges don do enough in the way of sentences when these people are found guilty of actions that wouldn have been tolerated years ago, Abdoo said.

Today incident marked the (SBSm), yjfi a free box of btfs EVfcW ur. Itrf i gnrij.irifWs"v7 rz enter Jour VjjU in our Grand prizc Prdw'nj )i mama frtPAorw. will 4 '1 M.01 'tU The police are doing the best seventh act of vandalism or bur glary at the Main Street store expect them to station a man since July, Abdoo said. cgRivu, Candies are available oniy ai our siorem mis area. Store Hours: Thurs.

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