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Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, the Evening News, Wilkes-Barre Record from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania · 2

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Seminary Seniors Dined AAA Unit Bid 5 i Franconi Gets Handicapped Are Graduated Schweiker to Visit Editors Associated Press J Group to Convene Area Motor Club - President Honored Delegates attending the 65th Annual meeting of the Pennsyl vania American Automobile As sociation Federation in session at Pocono , Manor, yesterday nominated Aldo Franconi, Kings ton, president of the Wyoming Valley Motor Club to represent Pennsylvania on tae association s board of directors. Franconi was one of seven directors nominated to represent the 1,122,544 members in Penn-I sylvania on the Governing Board of the national organization. He has been president of the Wyoming Valley Motor Club since September 1963 at which time the Wyoming Valley Motor Club had a total membership of 18,732. Current membership in the club stands 32,407. Franconi is a partner in the Franconi Auto Parts, automobile parts and equipment distri butor. Mr. Franconi is a business- man of prominence and a civic leader in Wyoming Valley. He is a director of the First National Bank of Eastern Pennsylvania, director and past president of the Lions club of Kingston, directoa of the Pittston Hospital, director and past presi dent of Fox Hill Country Club and director and secretary of Pennsylvania Automotive Associ ation. He is member of the Wilkes Barre YMCA. Wilkes-Barre Lodge BPOE, Split Rock Lodge, Westmoreland and Franklin Clubs. Pennsylvania Federation delegates named Carlos F. Bod well, Harrisburg, to a second one year term as . president of the atate motoring body as welhas the Vice Presidents Thomas H. Evans, Pittsburgh; Clarence E. Bodie, Honesdale; William E. Miller, Harrisburg; Henry L. Moffett, Philadelphia; Frank C. Serna, Beaver; Joseph E. Cava-naugh, Johnstown and George M. Keiffer of Pottsville. Also nominated to the board of directors of the American Automobile Association were Carlos F. Bodwell, H. Clifford Kreisle, Lancaster; Henry L. Moffett, Philadelphia, ' and Charles E. I- IT. ..l.kuffff : " it int.A, em mm mmm y i i in 3 W ' ' 0 2 aa2 High school graduates of the physically handicapped class, a project of the Luzerne County Board of Education, are shown. This Is the fifth class to graduate jincejhe establishment of the school in 1956. - Former graduates are now attending schools of higher education such as Marywood College, Scranton University and King's College. Some pf this year's graduates have been accepted in these colleges as well as the" Wilkes-Barre Business College and the Johnstown Rehabilitation Center. Seated: James Moss, Mark Fox, Mary Wydawski, Bruce Koval and William Blecher. Standing at left, Eva Trachtenberg, teacher. Participating in the graduation exercises were Robert Rowlands, superintendent of the Luzerne County Schools; Dr. Inez Husted, director of special education, Luzerne County Schools; Peter Podwika and Dennis Gelli, Wyoming Area Schools; Robert Jewell, Luzerne County Schools; Mrs. William Bergstrasser, Wyoming Area Schools; Mrs. Frieda Shaver and Miss Trachtenberg, Luzerne County Schools. Suicide Ruled Death Cause of Coed, 18 Bellefonte Gf A Centre Coun ty coroner's jury has ruled sui cide in the death of Pennsylvania State University coed Denise Myers, 18, of Philadelphia, last April 28. Mis; Myers was found shot to death in her domitory room. Several witnesses testified the girl has been depressed before hand. Pub Bans Smoking .l LondoiriApure-air-bar with no smoking allowed is being tried out at the Three Hcmmers pub in northwest Lon don New Chancellor Spearheads Syracuse Journalism School Dr. Melvin A. Eggers, acting chancellor of Syracuse University since March 12, has been elected the ninth chancellor by Syracuse University Board of Trustees. Prior to this spring, he served as provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs. Eggers, 55. has been a mem- United States Sen. Richard Schweiker will 'give the inside information on Washington leg islative prospects and opera tions when the Associated Press Managing Editor's Conference convenes Friday and Saturday in Hotel Sterling. Aout 75 of Pennsylvania's leading newspapermen and their wives are expected to attend the convention. Senator Schweiker will speak Friday night. Principal speaker at the din ner Saturday night will be Ben Bagdikian, national affairs editor of the Washington Post who recently completed a book on the press and its operation after two years research and study. John McMullan, Philadelphia Inquirer, and George Packard, Philadelphia Bulletin, will dis cuss at Friday's luncheon "The Philadelphia Newspaper Picture and Its Implications." Jurate Kazickas, member of the Mod Squad of the Associ ated Press operating out of New York City, will be on the pro gram Friday afternoon followed by John Pittenger, legislative assistant to Gov. Milton Shapp. Minority Leader United Nations tfl Ambassa dor Liu Chieh of Nationalist China is taking his turn as presi dent of the UN Security Council during June. Eight of the 15 countries on the council do not recognize his government. ber of the faculty since 1950. For 10 years prior to his ap pointment in 1970 as vice chancellor, he was chairman of the university's economic depart ment. Board -of trustees also en-' dorsed Chancellor Eggers's rec ommendation to establisn im mediately the Newhouse School of Public Communications The Voice of Broadway By JACK O'BRtAN Charles Lindbergh's son Jon is a reversist seeking his fame underwater Jon just received . tAar-A rti-ont in pvnprimrnt on n acvi m . - "whether salmon can be raised from egg-to-market in floating net pens ... The late film star Bebe Daniels died too soon to see her first grandson, born to her husband Ben Lyon's daugn- ter Baroara, airs, wwi uumh of London . . . Ralph Bellamy can raise his eyebrows again now that he's okay after double-hernia surgery . . . After three daughters, famed Romanoff Caviar heir and president Arnold Hansen-Sturms, and wife had their first son who will be the obvious choice as the family's 6th generation caviar-tycoon ... George Burns seemed the youngest customer in "21," while confessing he's 71 . . . Treasury Secretary John Connally giving someone hell on television looked en earnest cross between Ray Miiland and LB J. : New York Jets' part-owner Leon Hess, oil rich Leon also has a respectable slice of Mon mouth racetrack, will give away daughter Marlcne to film tycoon Dennis Friedland . . , Hottest new European film face Is Sonia Petrova's. And American Charles Lachman's got her for his "Two World Enterprises" whose first Petrova film is "Sa cred Fire." Paul Burke of television's "Naked City" fame confided at the Toledo he was jetting to ana from London constantly to be with English film beauty Carol White . . . They were to nave been wed soon as his Hollywood divorce came through and that's "some time ago; what gives? . , . Fran Jeffries, once wed to Dick Haymes, who is parenthetically in bankruptcy proceedings again, this time in London, decided to quit retirement and is resuscitating her talent on a military-bases tour. Here'i enlightened public relations: Monmouth racetrack built huge, hangarlike, air-conditioned premises overlooking the finish line; instead of for its elite clubhouse set, this time for the lowly majority grand-ctanders. Inflation hit the White House: three books peddled to visitors, White House, a Historic Guide, The Living White House, The President of the U. S. A., were up-priced 25 per cent. Tin Pan Alley tycoon Hayden Connor, Jr., general manager of Carl Fischer Music, of which his pater is prexy and his grandnop founder, will wed beautiful Klr-sten Timothy of the UN staff, they confided1 at the Japanese Steak House' . . . The National Review ordered 1,000 copies of "Collected Speeches of Spiro Ag-new" as subscription premiums, then cancelled; surely Spiro hasn't lost the N. R. Sandy Duncan, a 'refreshing discovery in "The Boy Friend" revival, Is so excited over her first film "Star Spangled Girl" that she gets to the studio every day before the watchman . Start your own controversy: Spird Agnew was named honorary board chairman of the World's Championship Watermelon Seed Spitting Contest in Pauls Valley. Okla . . . Lester Lanin's band serenaded the Bridesmaids & Ushers dinner on Tricia-Eddie wedding's eve, Lester's 48th Capital dance-booking . . . How many for Meyer Davis? Hundreds, Probably ... If you'd like to learn where Sophia Loren and Carlo Ponti inhale pasta while exiled here from their Marino, Italy, villa during U. S. filmmaking: they dine often at Teddy's between "Mortadella" takes. Who's in New York we asked the ubiquitous autograph kids who know all about who's where: they confided Julie Andrews and husband Blake Edwards would check into the Sherry-Netherland June 19 for three weeks; so we checked the Sherry ana an amazed lad shrugged: "I don't know how they found out we only got the reservation half an hour ago.". Sen. and Mrs. Strom Thur-mond's daughter Nancy, 10 weeks old, was named an Hon orary U. S. Senate page, who said Strom was a reactionary; that's Women's-lib stuff. School wiHconsist of school of journalism and television-radio department. Long-range plans include study for and about the four main segments of news media print, film, broadcasting anarecoraing. Contracts have been let and construction will begin this sum mer for the second " building in the communications complex. It win be a four-story block-lona facility of 89,000-square feet and cost, including technical equip, ment and furnishings, approximately $7,500,000. Ralph L. Newing, Kingston a trustee of the university, at-!" tended the all-day meeting of i the board when these actions were taken. 15 DAYS UNTIL Gibbon's "Great 100" BICYCLE RALLY WYOMING VALLEY BICYCLE CLUB EXCLUSIVE SHOWING Both In Color "notorious Daughter of Fanny Hill" "I, MARQUIS DeSADE" Alio Flajinr Siindr At Dk TOMORROW NIGHT! At 8:30 P.M. New Exciting Sounds Of The ... "STANELESS STEELE" HANSON'S AMUSEMENT PARK Harvey's Lake, Pa. r AMERICAN Thatr PitWon At . .'. 12:50-2:55-5:00-7:05-9:10 OTD, JULES VERNFS mm CHILDREN 75c ADULTS $1.25 FREE Baseball Biddf, LilUc, Tmb-er-Lraruerf reflittr nt anr Top Spnt I I , ma-Birr WcM 920 Wyo. Ave, TODAY MATINEE st 1:11 EVENING H I and :! FORTY FORT 3rd Sensational Week! AREA EXCLUSIVE WINNER OF 2 ACADEMY AWARDS! David Lean's Film of agMeiT 5 R06ERT MTOHUM .TRFO HOAWD CHREOrtR JONES. JOHN MUS-IEO McKttN and SARAH MIIES Free. Park Cool Cool WssmsM Outdoes Gins of Navarone In Suspense Thrills , At 12 Noon 2:00-4:00 6:00-:00 and 10:00 P. M. h til pfif SANS S0UCI SWIMMING POOL OPEN EVERY DAY TO THE PUBLIC Noon to 7 P.M. Starting June 12, '71 m. DRIVE-IN WEST WYOMlNt THIS SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT ONLY i3 c-" (G) Ctmt, Earlr Brlnr Th F.nlira Fimllr WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS THE BAREFOOT EXECUTIVE j in fflj ns, TECHfUCOLOR' Co-Hit Walt Disney's "THE CASTAWAYS" CIIUl "SATAN'S CYCLES' dUNS "HELL'S 1LOODY DEVILS" NOTICE about ALLEN TOWN FAIR show tickets To date, wa have received many requests for tickets forth , TOM JONES SHOW itarririfl TOM JONES with PAT1 HENRY, THE BLOSSOMS and the Jeff Sturges Unfvorsa (Aug. 6-7-8) . . . 5TH DIMENSION SHOW starring THE BTH DIMENSION with BOOTS RANDOLPH and J0D MILLER (Aug. 9-10) . . . EDDY ARNOLD SHOW starring EDDY ARNOLD with LYNN ANDERSON and DON RICE III (Aug. 11-12) . . . JOHNNY CASH SHOW starring JOHNNY CASH with GLEN SHERLEY, JUNE CARTER, THE CARTER FAMILY, STATLER BROTHERS QUARTET, TENNESSEE THREE" and CARL PERKINS (Aug. 13-14) - our outstanding attractions with two shows nightly, 6 and 9:30. -Reserved seat tickets: Track $8,-$7-6"; Grandstand S5-$4-3. Noti: tt uitt for THE TOM JONES SHOW mi THEJOHNHT CASH SHOW ihuif sold out! AI seats reserved and under cover AI seats reserved and not under cover - ""Al seatsnqt resejryed andjot under cover " 7Vr- Whn ordwing tickets . . . pleasi givi your lit, 2nd. I fllOTtl 3rd thokn. You will ncelvo thi best ttati still L iviilablt. Any ovitpaymint will brraturned to you. j Send self-addresstd stamped envelope with your ticket order Free Grounds Admission Ticket worth 1.00 with each . reserved seat ticket purchased prior to August bth. td. Leidig, President-General Manager ALLENTOWN FAIR, AUGUST 6 14 17th & Chew Sts.f Allentown, Pa. 18104 Area Code 215 433-7541 . ' INTERSTATE 81 AND 80 CONNECT AND LEAD TO WHERE THE ACTION IS Lif Mi " ROUTE 309 y XI WATT ITTnv.WfT VFS.RATtRR HIGHWAY Ut HAZLETON WILKES BARRE HIGHWAY INTERSTATE ROUTE 80 EXIT 39 PARK and SWIMMING POOL Open Every Day at 1:00 P.M. Sunday EiS.nt DAVID BLIGHT DANCE REVUE Presented by DAVID BLIGHT Dance Studios FREE AFTERNOON AND EVENING SHOWS rtv i POLKA PARTY EVERY THURSDAY Thursday, June 17 One Of The East's Best CTAKIIV Anl Hii Panniylvini dIAIMIVI Polk. Orch.ttr. i . .Appearing In Ovr Ouldoor Enttrtainnwat Cilr TXtZ tVHY THURSDAY ZENITH ir FORTAILI TV FREE AWARD Register Tuesday and Thursday You Must be Present to Win No Purchase Necessary ' tt-FRICE DAYS TUES. & THURS. AH RIdei Reduced (STARTING THURSDAY, JUNE 17) ALWAYS FREE ADMISSION to Park and Parkin NOTE: WE HAVE EXTENDED OUR HU6E PARKIN AREA TO PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PARKIN SPACE Members of the senior class of Wyoming Seminary have been feted on their graduation tomorrow by Wyoming Seminary Alumni Association. The senior recognition dinner is hosted annually by the group to honor graduates during commencement week activities. This year's buffet meal was held at the American Legion, Post 132 in Wilkes-Barre. Agnes Gregson (class of 35), president of the alumni association, and Dr. Wallace F. Stettler, resident of Wyoming - Seminary, addressed tie group. Left to right are John Lo-patto (class of '69), toastmas-ter; Amy Loveland, senior class vice president; Miss Gregson; Michael Katerman, senior lass officer, and Dr. Edward Shafer. member of the alumni council. Baccalaureate services will be held for the graduates tomorrow at 11:30 in First United Methodist Church, Kingston. Commencement exercises will be at 2:30 in the gymnasium, N. Maple Avenue. Prof. E. J. Roberts will be honored on his retirement. The educator brings to a close a teaching career spanning nearly half a century at Wyoming Seminary. A native of Wilkes-Barre, Roberts was graduated from . Wesleyan in 1923 and began teaching languages at Wyoming Seminary in September of that year. Since he has taught Latin, Greek, algebra and Bible at the West Side prep school. His wife, the former Ruth Tinkham of Scranton, was a student in one of his classes the firsj year Prof. Roberts taught at Seminary. Mrs. Roberts is a member "of thT English department at Wilkes College. They reside at 294 Rutter Ave., Kingston. Tomorrow marks the conclusion of Prof. Roberts's 48th year at Wyoming Seminary. yyMWpVWpppp WYOMING THEATRE At 1:M t:li "Little Murders" EUM OmII Dw SotUhfrUnd . gt MitlnM at t:N "RUN WILD, RUN TREE" Joha Mill! NtlU (Oliver) Later r DALLAS DRIVE-IN RT. 309 TONITE AT 8:45 COtUMtUt HCTVHS Hunt, JACK NICHOLSON CTir ' rami PIECES X'i. cx9 MSB PLUS "I NEVER SANG FOR MT PATHF.R" fColor) -SUNSET- DRIVE-IN 474.-5498 Rt. lot Mt- Top 1" Color S:4I 3 TOP SHOWS 3 A DRAMATIC THUNDERBOLT liberation of Jonesl LEE J. COBB I.S TOUGH nd ROUGH! nin it in-u nr rntmt wow' JACK NICHOLSON Uld KAREN BLACK (R) "Five Easy Pieces" A f A SUPERB DRAMA OP CONFLICT! And AIM la BLUSHINO cow On Thr Loom For Kick. "BLOW THE MAN DOWN" Expressly For Adult Rated X 50 OFF yiL TUES. NEW MATURE 1st AND ONLY JVTJOiOO 2 "NOTORIOUS CLEOPATRA" AT 9:00 & 11:00 "WEEKEND LOVERS" Both Color & Mature . Police Check ID's Park Free 8 ff. Main"" Hi DIAL 735-5933 Tonlte thru Tuesday Starts at 9 P. M. WALT DISNEY PROBUCTIONI' THE BAREFOOT 2nd Smash Hit "MONTE WALSH" LEE MARVIN "A REAL WESTERN" W-B DRIVE-IN 2 First Run In Color 2 Shows Nitely - 8:45 i 11:30 "Horror (GP) 2nd Blood Hit 10:30 "Five' Bloody iGraves" 1 M W 11 ,mm.JS-a Late As 10:30 "Green Eyes" "Amopolo" "Brazil" "Blue Champagne" "Maria Elena" "Yours" Hear Them All Again As Played By LEE CASTLE THE FABULOUS JIMRiY DdRSEY OKCHESfKA AND SUNG BY BOB EBERLY IN PERSON SATURDAY, JUNE 12,1971 DANCING 9 P. M. to 1 A. M. LE CHATEAU ;x Pocono Exchange (Exit 35) Penna. Turnpike SPONSORED BY FORTY JpRT-KINGSTON KIWANISCLUB For The Benefit of Its Community Service Fund . DONATION . o . $5.00 PER PERSON """TTlCKETS AT THE DOOR OR BOOK & CARD MART II S. Main St, Wilkea-Barrt TOP HAT DINER 231 Wyoming Ave., Kingston TOWNE HOUSE RESTAURANT 82S Rutter Ave., Kingston AIR-CONDITIONED Today At . . . 12:00 1:55-3.50-5:50 - 7:459:45 P. M. MYSTERY THRILLER Nine Times more uptt Cat TKlwicolor fBE Tchnistopee O Karl Maiden ' James Francisous Rated GP Today . . . 2:15-4:15 6:15-8:1510:15 P. M. The story of a man who took the law r into his own finger! 6 Jtlaa is James Garner " Rated G WYOMING VALLEY'S NEWEST and MOST LUXURIOUS THEATRE W,-B.-Ashley By-Pass ACRES OF IEE PARKING AIR-CONDITIONEB Today . . . 2 4.30 79 P.M. 130 Minutes of Suspense Rated G But Not For The Young Children LPROOUCTIOH MI, , rHiiWIOf.SDA I o L XDRIVERSM. PICTURE lECHTOXOR-BWHSOr i MM One Show from P. M. The Most Electrifying Ritual Ever Seen! HICHARD HARRIS as"AI.lAIi CALLED HORSE" MAJOR CO-HIT Steve McQueen ' "THE REIVERS" Rated GP ONE SHOW From I P. M. 2 BIB DISNEY -HITS! . r I M AU NW CARTOON FEATURE Plus-, . . 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