Derrick, June 9, 1969


June 09, 1969

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Issue date: Monday, June 9, 1969

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Derrick (Newspaper) - June 9, 1969, Oil City, Pennsylvania Hal Boyle says being on a diet today is an 'jn1 thing. Column on page four THE DERRICK. Mild tiiunclershowei'3. Tues. partly cloudy, mild. Sunrise: Sunset: FOUNDED 136 Phone 645-1221 OIL CITY, PA., MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 9, 1969 16 PAGES SECTIONS 10 CENTS U.S. To Pull From Vietnam Reds Shell Allied Bases; Hospital SAIGON forces shelled 59 allied bases ,and towns overnight and lobbed a 100-pound rocket into a U.S. Ai'my hospital ward, American military sources said Sunday. The sources said only 17 ot the attacks were considered signifi- cant, meaning they caused cas- uallies or damage. In wliat the U.S. Command termed an "indiscriminate at- an enemy rocket slammed into a ward of a U.S. Army evacuation hospital hous- ing Vietnamese patienls ill Chu Lai, 55 miles south of Da Nans, killing one Vietnamese child and wounding 34 other Viet- namese. Some U.S. servicemen in the hospital were also killed, but U.S. headquarters would not say how many. Two civilians were killed and On Convalescence Leave Vietnam Vet Drowns During Melee At Party MOUNT PLEASANT, Pa. (AP) A Vietnam veleran, home on convalescence leave, drowned early Sunday in nearby Bridgeport Dam after a going- away party turned into a melee, police said. Police said the victim, 20-yoav- ohl Army Specialist 4 Wayne Shawlcy oE IK. 5, Champion, was having a party with six friends before reporting back to the Ft. Dix, N.J., base Sunday night. Police said a group of 10 to 15 mer. in cars pulled up during the party and started fighling with Ibe youths. "One of the guys started lighting with Shawley and they bolh rolled into the a corporal at the Grwnsburg Stale Police barracks said. "The oth- er youth climbed out but Shaw ley stayed in the water, and no- onc was allowed lo help him out." "Finally, after he yelled for help, a few men went out for him, but it was loo the corporal said. A Funeral I I Homecoming BOMBAY, India (AP) Vasiidcva Sawaut relumed home to find his family 1 preparing for his funeral. Z, A man who had pickpocket- cd his idcnlily card was run over liy a Irain and police thought it was Sawanl. 5 wounded in oilier allacks vhich hit the provincial capitals if Quang Ngni, 8" miles south- vest of Da Naug; Tay N'inh, 50 uilcs uorthwt'sl of Saigon, and nh Long, CO miles northwest f Saigon, and eight dislrict owns, South Vietnamese head- quarters said. An estimated Norlh Viet- namese and Vie e Satiiriiay after r.eon af'er i jmrv her v.-alk-t ;IM! ranier.'i fr'-ni Ibe she was s j Air I.. i> s y'.r'r. '.'.as in v.'u-n she a ijick her wallrl, containing SIKi, r.i.d ier camera and run "in-.: She '.ciearn'-d for and off in He jumped into i car and av.-ay, Barbara cornman- n'-'rerl a piekup '.ruek an to the clever lo foUov; lh'- car. The I'uer'.o flican tnick obligingly started the but in his h.i.ste crashed iv.o !hc rear of a parked vehi r'r- fiarbara banged her heat Ihc -Aind-hield, which 1R yeirs on 31. the rats a? long as they a'-c> broke-, but undaunted ar-.d with Classifieds I lalion at 8.2 million. males the island's careful nol lo shoot at them running down her jumped out of the truck jn> car his lime a Volk.swa; re took u] he chase. She the purse .snaleiier of tin- and nin intlr.i. Hay Aaron, Kmlcnton IIII William Illalr, HI) tV'llllam J. -Slign Ilclte Jane (ianrv, Kmlcn- lun Clarence VI. (ilbson, (Irove Cily Shirley Itulh Gilhnusrn. Him- erslmri! .Mrs. (iracc Judy, Lurin- ila .Mrs. Maggie I.'. L.ichncr, Pine Crove .Mrs. Hilda Hill, Tilusville .Mrs. Kunice I.caman, Titusvillr Mri. Dudley C. I.ongwrll, franklin Id) 2 .Mis. litulih II. Mrchan, for. mcrly of Oil Cily Kdwird J. Schwab, former- ly of Oil Cily Dean J. Shipo, formerly ol Marienvlllr (Hcalhs on S.I Charles (loodman Jr., Vic- tory P. 9 Jack P. t ;