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Derrick (Newspaper) - April 3, 1965, Oil City, Pennsylvania Be sure to go to Church tomorrow. The Derrick. The Home newspaper in the Tri county area sunny warmer sunny and a Little warmer. Fair not As cold tonight. Sunday increasing cloudiness and warmer. High 38 to 43. Low 22 to 27. Established in 1871, no. Oil City Franklin Clarion pa., saturday morning april 3, 1965. 16 pages-2 sections Loc a copy. Judy ii Artle f. Lamonte Lewis Joyce Lamberton spelling Bee Winner receives award Titusville girl Joyce Lamberton wins parochial spelling title by John Martin spelling Bee editor Joyce Lamberton. Represent ing St. Titus school at Titus Ville won the parochial division Crown o the Derrick spelling Bee yesterday. Joyce outlasted Judy Harlle of immaculate Conception school Clarion in a 14-round. Head on Duel at Venango Christian High school. Other pictures on Page 3 Joyce is a seventh Grade Stu Skiba Assumption school Oil Dent at St. Titus school. She is City. U. S. To commit More troops in Viet conflict r is Gabreski of St. Joeph school Judy the daughter of or. And Oil was eliminated and mrs. George Hartle or. Of Clar Mary Conrad of St Ion is a member of the eighth Ischook Franklin went Down in Grade at immaculate 6th round suing lne stage lion school. Or the final Battle. Joyce received a copy o the Thorndike Earnhardt Junior dictionary As her Champion f. Lamoyle Lewis retired English instructor at Oil cily High served As pro ship award. She will also Renouncer for the spelling Bee. Chive n paper mate Capri pen serving As judges were c. E the Bee 1 ended in the 30lh round when Judy stumbled on Joyce spelled the word correctly and then won the title by spelling both girls will be entered in the Western Pennsylvania spelling Bee finals at Pitts Burgh s Schenley High school Mav 15. And Pencil set. The other seven contestants will receive paper mate pens for participating in the contest. Four entrants were eliminated from the contest by the Lith round Anita Ditz of St. Michael school Fryburg Theresa Sera Fin. St. Walburga school. Titus Ville Leslie Schmader is. Joseph school Lucinda and Max Miller of Quaker state Oil re fining co., miss Harriott l. Beckwith retired teacher in Pleat turn id 16, col the news today More troops for Viet ambassador Taylor winding up consultations with president Johnson says More americans to be sent to Viet Nam but not a Large number. British seek Viet peace the British ask 11 governments for ideas on How to Slop the War in Viet Nam. Bombings condemned Alabama House under leadership of Wallace administration strongly condemns bombings to underscore growing concern Over racial violence. Berlin traffic slowed East Germany again slows Down traffic on the Road to Berlin perhaps to demonstrate its ire at next week s West German parliament session in Berlin. Roger Maris charged Roger Maris charged with assault and Battery. 4 americans die four americans Are among the combat dead As u. S. Supported vietnamese troops Battle the Viet Cong 20 Miles West of Saigon. Disarming gesture so Viet ambassador Nikolai Fedo Crnko tells a Washington news conference that Russia wants a convening of the 114-Nalion United nations disarmament commission within the next to weeks. U. S. Ambassador Adlai Stevenson announced cautious u. S. Support for the soviet proposal. Britain and France plane agreement nears Paris a Britain s prime minister Harold Wilson and French president Charles de Gaulle neared agreement Friday on joint French British production of a variable sweep plane to rival the american fill. In London the British govern ment set off a political bomb Shell by disclosing abandonment of its multimillion Dollar go it alone development program for such a plane. Soaring costs were Given by British informants for the drop it decision. Although the two leaders appeared to be in agreement on a joint plane building program the precedent Public interest said the Indus by recommendations exhibit toss disregard for some elementary facts of the five Industry represent Ives on he committee released report earlier this week which urged Price controls be continued and if possible extended across the Ohio state line. This report sounds very similar to the Brief submitted six month ago by Willis Daniels on behalf of the Pennsylvania association of milk dealers when our committee had just begun its Simon said. Simon an associate Dean at Carnegie Institute of technology also h i t at the Industry Mem Bers recommendation thai dealers who sell milk into unregulated areas across the Ohio line be required to Pennsyl Vania minimum prices to producers of that milk. " trying to ser High prices for Pennsylvania milk shipped into he said would simply Cut off one More Market for Western Pennsylvania Farmers and reduce their receipts Furth Viet Nam conference u. S. Ambas Sador Taylor Anri president Johnson look optimistic in this White House Confer ence on the situation in South Viet Nam. Steel talks seem far apart Pittsburgh a Basic steel negotiators ended their fourth week of renewed con tract bargaining Friday with Joth sides apparently wide apart. With less than a month to go Defore the Union s May 1 strike deadline no agreement has seen reported on anything but he most minor Plant level problems. Pave us an electric said a negotiator for the United steelworkers Union ocal bargaining with . Steel corp s National tube division meaning not much has been a in other company Ieval talks involving the u major steel producers Progress reports differed. In some Union negotiators said they had almost cleared up a big backlog of local problems. Others said they be gotten nowhere. There was one session Friday of the top level committee that is bargaining Over wages and other key demands in the Indus a wide contract. The 12-Man committee recessed for the weekend without comment from either Side. Prime ministers Sale conference Damascus Syria a the prime ministers of 13 Arab countries have agreed to hold their second conference this year in Cairo May 9. Syria s Arab league representative listed As the leading issues the current West German Arab Dis Pute and the Arab israeli Dis Pute Over Jordan River Waters. Deaths Bally Richard a., Ford City Carlburg mrs. Robert Alex Ander . Ollerer mrs. Rcpt a St. Petersburg Tarzan ski Linda Chapman Villa Stewart mrs. Margaret. Sligo deaths on Page 16 push for peace Britain asks 11 governments for ideas on halting Viet War London a Britain and other officials cited 11 governments without providing red with Indochina s evidence that comm submit ideas on How the North Viet Nam May be Viet Nam should be its terms for peace British diplomats in and Hanoi tried formally to Hanoi and other Ange Early meetings for capitals had demanded to cd Gordon Walker with american withdrawal from chinese and North Nam As their Price for at aders. Gordon Walker a conference. But pres me foreign Secretary is due to Chi Minn and his y to the area in about 10 vietnamese fellow Lead these moves were part of Are being portrayed widely British push for peace that a variety of people now As e backing of president prepared to meet without n s the initiative Friday an attitude would con rime minister Harold exactly with the terms of a a verment came As Appeal issued thursday Berlin traffic is slowed by e. Berlin a East parliament has a right to an Border guards there no matter what the 3wed traffic on the Highway say. Rain causing big car has been no inter iday at the Western end with Western military Man customs officials it is checked through by russians not the East Ger the slowdown called e by the customs men Nilar to those observed German officials at veral hours thursday night noted that trucks h Eastern and Western delayed thursday were not the 110-mile to close communist thursday s stoppage Friday. Out four hours and created in queues of vehicles at the forecast at 6 p.m., officials at the Highway s Western Eck Point said a line of pc. For saturday april 3, through wednes citing to be processed by april 7 St German guards will average r More than a Norma rainfall Early traffic in general was heavier an thursday. But West week will average around one Quarter Inch. By 17 nonaligned states whose representatives met recently in Belgrade. Britain acted in her old role As a co chairman of the 1954 Geneva conference that produced an agreement to end the indochinese civil War. The other co chairman the soviet Union declined to be associated with the British move in seeking the views of the Geneva Confer ence governments. The rus sians have stood on their position that any cease fire and political negotiations Are primarily the concern of the two chief contenders meaning North Viet Nam and the United states. The governments represented at Geneva beside Britain were the United states France the soviet Union red China Cam Bodia Laos North and South Viet Nam. India Canada and Poland make up the control commis Sion. Personnel increases approved Washington a ambassador Maxwell d. Taylor wound up the administration s Viet Nam review Friday by Dis closing plans for a big St Pup in South Viet namese armed forces and a Small increase in . Men and equipment. These Are the major items in a Long list of proposed improve ments in he anti guerrilla Campaign. Presenting a somewhat optimistic picture Taylor said the chances of intervention by red chinese or soviet troops appear very slight at present. He added he feels the political situation in South Viet Nam is improving and i am quite rat isfried with the pattern of the air strikes on North Viet Nam at the present president Johnson declined to say How he feels the general situation shapes up. I Don t go into degrees of he told one questioner. The president said Taylor s week of consultations in Washington has been very useful and productive and the aim is to make an Effort As efficient As we Johnson Taylor and other top administration strategists gave a group press conference at the end of a 90-minute meeting of the National Security Council prior to Taylor s departure for Saigon on saturday. Earlier in the Day the Ambas Sador had a Busy round of appearances at closed sessions of the Senate and House foreign affairs and armed services Platisa turn id Pigi 2, col. 2 Man officials said this was no reason for the slowdown. They Uler peeled it As harassment by he communists. West German officials at Helmstedt said they feared the sporadic slowdowns May be the overture for countermeasures the East German communists have threatened to take against a planned session of the West German parliament in West Berlin next wednesday. The East germans have branded the wednesday Parlia ment session in West Berlin a the West German position is that West Berlin is part of Germany and that the West Ger Derrick directory Hospital lists 3 editorials 4 women s Page 6 financial 8 Church Page. 10 teen Page t sports 12 to comics u classifieds. Deaths Pearson to Confer with lbs Washington a the White House announced Friday that Canadian prime minister Lester b. Pearson will Confer with president Johnson at Camp David md., on saturday. Pearson is in Philadelphia to receive an award from Temple University and White House press Secretary e. Said the Canadian and Johnson just decided to get since Pearson is in this country. Reedy said Pearson will go to Camp David the presidential Retreat in the Cato tin Moun Ains about noon saturday. Liat Lent Means to of Lent is period of Hope desire and inspiration today s message on what Lent Means to me in the current series by High school seniors in the Tri county area is written by Greg Ramsey 17, a student at Union joint High school in Rimersburg. He is a member of St. Mary episcopal Church at red bunk and a son of or. And mrs. Phillip m. Ramsey of Rimers Burg re 1. By Greg Ramsey imagine a graphical plot of Lent designated by a purple line against the years since its inauguration. We observe the line miraculously springing from a dark background and extend ing horizontally along the scale dates. As we lift our eyes finn turn to 2, Greg Ramsey Union joint senior 4 americans among dead in Viet Nam Saigon South Viet Nam a four americans were among the combat dead Friday As .-supporled vietnamese rangers battled on for posses Sion of a heavily defended Viet Cong stamping ground 20 Miles West of Saigon. A military spokesman announced four . Army men had been killed and six wounded and two . Army helicopters shot Down in the action that flared thursday in Hau Nghia province Southwest of due Hoa. Two of the dead and some of the wounded were helicopter Crew men. Reports from the Field were so fragmentary it. Gen. J. A Throckmorton Deputy u. S. Commander in Viet Nam flew to due Iloa to get a clearer Pic Ture. Helicopter units throughout the Saigon area were alerted to ready to Fly More troops to reinforce a Ranger battalion re ported to have suffered five killed and 20 wounded in the first phases of the assault. Communist mortar and Auto Matic fire was so intense that medical evacuation flights were interrupted. The Viet Cong Force massed in an area on the Western Side of the Vico Oriental River i Dently was considerably Stron Ger than the original estimate of 100 to 200 men. Elsewhere 33 . Air Force Jet planes bombed and strafed suspected Viet Cong concentrations at several Sites. The biggest foray was a raid by 17 f100 super Sabre fighter bombers in Quang Tri province which adjoins communist North Viet Nam. A major fight in the area of Viet an 350 Miles North of Sai gon was reported to have ended thursday with heavy casualties on both sides. It looked like a setback for the government Force of three battalions hut vietnamese sources claimed 300 Viet Cong were killed. Official accounts said 32 vietnamese soldiers were killed 104 de and 20 missing

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