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LESLI BREAKING NEWS - YOUNG WINNERS—The winners of the Orem City...
YOUNG WINNERS—The winners of the Orem City marbles tournament show top players of the hopscotch tourney their winning form, while the girls display their winning techniques for the boys. From left to right are Michael Carrell, Jim Mills, David Howard Bradford, Kaye Finlayson, Janet Leavitl, Aliece Harms, and Lesli Trotter. Orem City Names Champs In Marbles, Hopscotch The marbles and hopscotch i was taken by Lesli Trotter, tournaments for Orem City!Sharon School, daughter of Mr. youngsters were held Saturday «jd Mrs Paul A Trotter and top player in the fourth grade was Janet Leavitt, Geneva School, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Leavitt. th'ree winners being crowned for the boys and four top girls being honored. Taking first place in the marbles tournament was Michael Carrell, for the Geneva School. He is the. son of Mr. and Keith Carrell. Second, place went to Jim Mills, Union Jf^™ School, son of Mr. and ,Mrs Deltoert Mills, and David How- , Bradford, Spencer School, j ^ ter of Mr - and Mrs - Gallls of Mr. and Mrs. Howard nrmc Bradford, look third place. First place winners were named in four different grade divisions of girls in the hopscotch tourney. First place in the third grade In fifth grade competition, Kaye Finlayson copped lop honors. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don James Fin- attends Edgemont School. Sixth grade winner was Harms, Spencer School, Bomber Raids (Continued from Page One) that the bombings thus far have resulted in no indication of any Communist decision to alter their policies in Ihe war in South Viet Nam or to agree to any serious negotiations. Hope For Effect In the long run, however, officials still hope the raids will The four girl winners will jarlicipate in the state tournament next Saturday. Obituaries Body of Idahocm Missing Since SALT LAKE CITY - Leslie ierman White Sr., 72, 1395-7th 3., died Thursday; funeral was Saturday. Mrs. Ether B. Dea ultimately have an effect on] North Viet Nam's willingness to continue the war. Administration officials made clear that the United States for the time being has no plans for major increases in U.S. personnel in South Viet Nam. They said no decisions have been made beyond the recently isclosed plans to boost U.S. orces with a few thousand ad- itional men. This increase has Iready been started. Officials have displayed in- reasing concern over criticism >f U.S. policy on Viet Nam iround the country, particularly irf college campuses. The State Department is stepping up its irogram of sending speakers to xplain U.S. policy to college and other groups around the

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  1. The Sunday Herald,
  2. 25 Apr 1965, Sun,
  3. Page 3

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