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"One (horn of experience Is worth ft whole wilderness of warning." —James Russell Lowell f h* Jtampa Bally NCIUG Serving The Top O' Texas 56 Years WCATHIM i /Direct From Amariflfl WeatNr Bureau.) TAMPA AND vrcrNrrv - ciea* to partly cloiuly with no important change in femperafifres through Thursday. Scattered late after* noon and nighttime thundershowers. Low tonight low 80s, high tomorrow upper 80s. VOL. 5« - NO. 52 Circulation Certified by ABC Audit "f HiTAMPA~DArLV NEWS," (12 PAGES TODAY) SnnilH>» ISO Bomb Is Possibility in Third Worst Air Crash personnel will get under at the Annette I Guard Station, Although the Coast Guard said was tremendous or there was an explosion," Lt. Cmdr. Owen Si- Icr, directing Coast Guard opera-1 > thoroughfare was a chair. lions at Ketchikan, said. "Whatever happened happened yet about what caused the plane j very quickly because the plane with 101 persons aboard to fall! didn't answer two minutes after into the gulf Monday, a spokes- it made its position report," he ANCHORAGE, Alaska (UPI) -|lary Bits of wreckage and human re- j way at the Annette Island Coast mains from (he crash or ditching of a Northwest Orient Airlines DC7 in (he Gulf of Alaska were,'no conclusions could be reached expected in Ketchikan today •board the Coast Guard cutter Sorrell. Preparations for an invcstiga- man said whatever happened was | said. tion of the third worst nir disas-1 fast. i Siler said the possibility of a ter involving predominantly mili- i "It appears either the impact | bomb aboard the aircraft "could j not be ruled out." He said he did not believe any of the bodies found so far were intact. A Royal Canadian Air Force j plane first spotted the floating debris about eight hours after the j DCT's last radio contact. No sur- j vivors were found. i The Coast Guard said the Sor- j rell and a 95-foot patrol craft remained at the crash scene until late Tuesday night, when the Sorrell was relieved by the cutter Sweetbrier. It was estimated '•• (he Sorrell would lake about 10 i hours (o reach Ketchikan. i Hello 'Dere, { Chair ' Patrolman Jack Crump was a bit ptuzled abo l 't 1:30 p.m. : yesterday when cruising in the 100-block of N. Hobart St. Directly ahead of his police /patrol cur, sitting smack-dab rin the middle of the busy Rescue Starts After Ships Collide in Fog ABOARD CUTTER COMANCHE , oil leak and stopped off the Gold(UPI) — Crew members of a ' en Gate. Japanese freighter took to life- ! A Coast Guard spokesman said boats today after their ship col- three cutters and three tugs were lided in dense fog with a U.S. re- on the scene and had begun pick- frigerator ship 35 miles off San | ing up survivors from two life- T'rancisco's Golden Gate. | boats lowered from the stricken "There was nobody "itting in : it and nobody under it," •Crump reported. Patrolman Crump loaded Ihe chair into his patrol car and •hauled it lo the police station. : Police Chief Jim Conner said ; the chair is in good condition i and may be had upon identifica- S> lion by the owner. Atty. General Kennedy ntensifies His Fight to I a ^^ Teamsters Boss One crewman of the Japanese : \essel, which ship Kokoku Maru was killed, but j man missing. the -13 others were plucked from bobbing lifeboats by two Coast Guard cutters. Three of the 43 were injured. The second ship involved in Tuesday night's collision, the Military Sea Transportation Service vessel Asterion, headed for San Francisco Bay but developed an had reported one j Severe Weather Still Battering West Texas Area i He said the Kokoku Maru was ; dead in the water with no lights about five miles northeast of the f Farallon Islands and was drifting toward the island chain, directly west of the Golden Gate. The vessel was ruling low in the water, and the Coast Guard spokesman said it was unknown | for certain if the fi.295-ton ship • had been abandoned completely. He said rescue ships hoped to get a line aboard. Crew Of 44 He said that if the Kokoku i Maru remained afloat, she could drift into the islands in three hours unless she was taken in tow. She was believed lo have carried a crew of •)-(. State Official to Speak at Lions' Installation Night Violent Moslem ! Rioting Breaks Out in Iran i TEHRAN. Iran (UPI) -Violent ami-government rioting bs Moslem religious groups opposed to 'political and economic reforms I erupted in Iran today. | | F.ight persons were reported! j killed and at leasi 30 injured in (clashes with police and troops < Demonstrators set fire to sev- j eral government buildings and I vehicles. I Late in the day, the government imposed martial law on Tehran. The government said it had the situation under control, but machine gun fire could be heard throughout Tehran and tanks were streets Machine up at key points throughout this capital and other Hoffa Indicted In Seventh 'Round' J!y KOBIORT T. 1,01 GJIRAN I'tilled Press International nilCAGO (CPU — Ally. On. Robert F. Kennedy has inttMis-iricd his of furls lo m>t ;i conviction of Teamsters president James R. liofla. A federal grand jury in Chirauo inflicted Hoffa and seven oilier persons Tucsd.iy on charges alllming they fraudulently iiiii,lined S'Jn million in loans from a Teamster pension fund find used more Ih.m SI million of it for themselves. It wus ihe seven'h time since Second Negro Enters 'Ole Miss 'Today it was en route to San Francisco •under its own power. The Asterion. a 7,771-ton vessel , with a crew of 5-1, radioed that 1 it suffered a large hole above the ' waterlme on the bow, but was By United Press International More violent weather was fore- east today for West Texas, a region that has been battered daily since May 26 by twisters, hail, torrential rains, and high winds. Tornadoes prowled the South Plains again Tuesday, smashing farm buildings. Torrents of rain and large hail brought darkness to « not takin R waler the afternoon sky. Highways were flooded and water stood for miles in low areas. Winds clocked at 70 miles an hour ripped through Pecos. By late morning the rough! tress , s 'K. nals immediately and re- weather had subsided, but more thunderstorms were forecast for West Texas. H was clear to partly cloudy over most of the state. Low temperatures ranged from 5S at | Dalhart to 80 at Corpus Christi. j •»A few early morning showers I were reported at Abilene and along the Gulf Coast near Corpus Christi. At least a half-dozen twisters roamed the South Plains 'Tuesday. < Tornado-like w i n d s ripped through the southwest side of Pecos, in far West Te.\as A light plane was smashed, utility lines felled, tre'es were uprooted and a Jack Lacy, administrative assistant to Sen. Edwin L. Mechem | patrolling the of Albuquerque, N.M., will be the i guns were set principal speaker at the Noon 1 Lions Club installation banquet to- ; cities. morrow night in ihe Banquet Hall < First unofficial reports said two of First Methodist Church. ; demonstrators were killed and 3fl Lacy, former manager of the; injured m Tehran. Another six Amanllo Chamber of Commerce, were reported killed in noting in served under Mechem when the the oil-rich holy cny of Qum. but The other ship involved, the Aster- latter was governor of New Mexi- i this report was not confirmed by ion, remained on ihe .scene until res- <'o and became his administrative j the government. ' cue vessels anved and then reported assistant in Albuquerque when! The rioting broke out following 'the arrest of Moslem religious leader Rouhollah Khomenini. He was arrested after similar riots Tuesday. Seven rows of machine gun- Mechem was elected to the United Slates Senate. New officers of the club, headed i by President-elect Dudley Steele, | will he installed by Ralph Thorn- The collision occurred at 10:05 p.m. PDT (1:05 a.m. Wednesday EOT) off Point Reyes on the northern California coast. The Kokoku Maru began sending dis- ported that ihe boiler room was "rapidly filling with water." FPC Slates Gas Hearing For Sept. 10 WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Federal Power Commission Tuesday scheduled a hearing here Sept. 10 on an K 1 Pa s o Natural (ias Co application to attach natural gas reserves in (he bleachers at a baseball park col-, San _, uan Rasin of San Juan ani , lapsed. Twisters churned along north of Litilefield and near Hale Center at dusk. None did any damage. A tornado at Glover unroofed two houses, broke glass in windows of parked cars and uprooted trees. A twister at Fieldton. near I.ii- tlefield upended several cot ion trailers, unroofed four houses and downed about 25 utility poles. Wallace Without Authority to Block Negroes BIRMINGHAM, Ala (UPI) Federal Judge Sevbouin II. Lynne ruled today Guv George Walk-tie "has no aulhunty" to block racial integration of the I niver.siu ot Alabama. Lynne's ruling came fixe da\s prior lo the court-ordered enrollment of three Negroes next Monday at ihe all-white umversitv Lynne, at the request of ihe Justice Department granted an injunction barring Wallace from attempting to cam out a pledge to "stand in the schnnlhouse door" lo halt the Negroes Lynne's order enjoined Wallai e. his agents, employes, subordinates or sin lessors from "pie venting or blocking b\ phvsually imposing his person or that of any Other person under his direction or Negroes Monday "or any day thereafter." Rio Arnba Counties, N.M., to the F.I Paso system. At (ho same lime, the FPC directed Pan American Petroleum Corp., Tulsa, Okla,, lo show cause why it shniila not he found to be engaged in ihe sale of natural gas to 1:11 Paso without authorization. Pan American was also told to show cause why it should not be required to file an application for abandonment of sales from leases which it proposes to sell to Southwest Producing Company. Dallas, Tex. Southwest is seeking authority to sell the San Basin gas lo l : .\ Paso at an initial price of 13 cents per thousand cubic feet. The amount of esiimaied by F.I PUMI ut • XI lull, <>u cubic leet as. Lions International Counsellor, equipped troops lined up in from Ed Flood, current club presi- of the palace of Shah Mohammed dent, will preside at the dinner Reza Pahlevi, whose land reforms meeting scheduled for 7 p.m. and political changes including Group singing will be led by giving women the right lo vote Max Presnell, Norman Henry will •, are bitterly opposed by the old lead the pledge of allegiance, and line, conservative religious groups the invocation will be given by' and landlords. Fred Gary. Other troops cordoned off all Presentation of awards will be major roads leading to the palace made by President Flood a n d ] and other government buildings, guests will be introduced by Har-j bord Cox. j Dinner music will be played by' Maxme Milliron and special entertainment will be provided by Sissy ' Milliron, vocalist. i F'ulloiving (he gave! exchange i ! ceremony the installation night ' program will be closed with re-, I marks by newly-installed Presi-! i dent Steele. I Other officers to be installed include: Max Presnell. first vice president. Dr. Harbor d Cox, second vice president; Tom Snow, lion tamer; George Kleeburg, tail iwisier, 0. K. Gaylor. secretary- treasurer, and ihrce new directors. D. V. Riggers. Raymond Darsey and Earl McCnnnell. Holdover directors are W. W. Wells, Howard Greenlee and Lewis Hackley. SEARCH FOR WOMAN Hl'RNKRS — Federal troops are searching the hills around Villa Grande, Mexico, for Ihe remnants of a religious >erl which burned a woman at. the stake and killed -at leas) five oilier persons as human sacrifices. The troops were dispatched lo the area lo quell bloods' rioting between farmers and members of Ihe seel. ' (NEA Telephofo) Priestess Questioned As Federal Police Try to Eliminate Remains of Cult CIUDAD VICTORIA, Mexico —'priestess, wfls burned at the stake (I'Pn—Federal police questioned and five other persons were shot an attractive teen-aged priestess to death or hacked to pieces with Soviets Plan To Launch Spacemen JFK Leaves on Western Tour WARSAW (UPI) — So\iet plans lo launch nn unspecified number of spacemen this year—after a 10- month break in manned space flights—were announced Tuesday to an Fast-West space meeting here. Prof Anatoly Blagonravov, head sims we re buiie of the department of technical sacrificed sciences at the U.S.S.R. Academy of Sciences and a space rocket expert, made the announcement but gave no exact dates or details. He was reporting lo the International Committee for Outer Space Research (COSPAR). Dr. Richard Porter, chief of the U.S. delegation, also reported on American space plans. Western observers said Blagon- and about 4(1 other persons today in an effort to find out exactly how many farmers were lurod into a weird cult that ripped the hearts out of human sacrifices. The exposure of the cult has a! ready cost the lives of six prisons in the farming community of Yerba Rue-na. in addition to the of persons offered as sacrifices in a cave temple. Police inspector Abelardo G. Gome/, who brought the priestess and members lo Cnulad Vicim ia. capnal of Taniauhpas. for questioning, thought HI least 12 persons may IKU e been sacriticed Farmers around Yerba Ruena could not or would not account for I'.' missing persons. Federal troops from Tampico checked cemeteries at ^ erba Ruena to find out whether the remains of the missiiu 1 per- alier lhe\ vveie foreno executive look from Andrews Tlu- i i uiiMjIidaled llie Force Base outside Ihe nation's T.I PU.M) and Southwest apphca-i capital on Ins busy schedule which lions and the show cause action j includes commencement address- again.M Pan American fur hearing j es, missile demonstrations and an purposes. Southwest proposes to acquire Pan as the initial pas ment to American lor the gas leases F-l Paso pn,po>es lo Inuld about '.'')_' milt- of various riiuineu-i held pipelines I,K ihncs. at an eMimat- eil cost of Sll.T) million, to attach Southwest s wells to the F'l Paso v\ Mem. ravov's report, although vaguely | WASHINGTON (UPI) — Presi-i worded, was ihe most specific FPC'dent Kennedy left today on a high-! disclosure made by the Soviets luan speed, five-day speaking and in-uhus far on their sp«ce plans for spec-lion trip to the West which lie 196.1 extended at the last minute lo m-| They have announced no man- is elude Hawaii. ! ned flights since the double ll^.hl about i The chief executive look off last August of Amlnati NiUolasev Air and Pavel Popuvich, who completed ti4 and 48 urbits respectively. Blagumavuv told the COSPAR delegates thai the manned space shots during 196U would be .supplemented by two unmanned shots broken up Friday and toward Venus and Mars and more when Celina Salvana. launchings of small space satellites. Porter said 10 more satellites of different types will be launched by the United Slates by the end of the year. He said another manned space shot was planned in the next 18 months, and the two-man Gemini capsule launching has been postponed for another \ear. overnight voyage on an aircraft carrier. ihe San Juan Basin gas reserves Shortly before Kennedy left, the from Pan American for $56.4 mil- ' White House announced th« lion FI Paso will advance $28.5 ' plans to fly to Hawaii from Los million to Southwest in be used Angeles Saturday morning to ad- Farmers Questioned ' The priestess questioned in Ciudad Victoria was Magdalena So i Its. IS or 19. F.lea/.or Solis, said 1 lo be no relation to her but a power behind the cult and perhaps its founder, also was questioned. The other cult members questioned were farmers and their w iv es With the temple broken up and all but a few of known members in jail. Gome/ thought he had the situation under control The temple near Yerba Bneua (ailed "la Mum," was broken up 'Ttiesdav. hoops looked lot another lem pit? in the new In farming com moiiiiv of Deh'ado Olliei hoop-, (muted ihroin'h the lulls for cull members who lied. Yerlia Buena is about 175 miles below Laredo on the Mexico-!! S. bordei The cull at "Verba Buena w«s Saturdav a high machetes. Drank Mixture Cull members may have drunk a mixture of maiimana leaves ho.led in human blood a! their meetings in a temple in a cave near Yeiba Buena. Police Inspec- toi Abrlardo d Gome/ said Gome/, found an earthenwaie bow] filled with a mixture that appeared in be marijuana leaves and blood He sent it io be an.tlweil in a laboratory. \\hale-, er it w as, (iome/ said, ihe cull IMS were extremely elaled by w li.ii ihe\ drank. \\lu-n the nu'iiibi'i s vveie under ihe inlluence of ihe potion, he said. Celina Salvxina and the htothrrv i avapano and Santos Hernande/ incited ihe killing of members selected for sacrifice. Hearts Ripped Out I tie persons chosen for sacrifice weie b<Mien unconscious, then their hearts were ripped from their body. Their bodies were burned. \uis the seven 1 h time since Kennedy and llidlii first tangled while Kennedv was chief counsel for the Sennit 1 Rackets Committee that Holla has had court ac- lions filed against him. The ait ion Tuesday came after two \ears of investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Justice Department. It came in the form of a 2S-count. 55-page indictment. Cases Combined As the indictment was handed down, a I (i count mail and wire fiaud indictment against Hotfa was dismissal on motion of Ken- nedv's department in Tampa, F'la. U S Dist. .ludgo Joseph P. Lien dismissed the ind'ciment involving Hoffa's connections with a Florida real estate, firm. Sun Yal- lev Inc., so the case could be coupled with the ('hii-ago piusecu- linn '1 IIP I'hicago indu'i iiT'ni accused il'illa of dccciv.nt; fellow (rusiees of 'he Cennal State-;. Southeast and Soi.i'hwesl Areas PI-MSIHM Fund headquai tcrod in Chicago, lo obtain IOHIIS for favored com panics in six states. Must of the companies aie in the M'.'inii, I la , area. Ihe indiciment cited loans for financing of companies for < on<i ruction of hotels motels, shopping cenipis and other projects in Florida. 1 miisiaiiM. Manama. Mis- souti, New Jersev and Calitoima. By United Press International Ihe University of Mississippi, accepted its first Negro student at bayonet point last fall, admits its second Negro today wi'h fedeial troops still guarding the campus. 'liit-re weie unconfirmed report. 1 ! that Mississippi Gov. Ross Barnet: miphi go lo Oxford, Miss., to a^k the Negro to turn hack because lus admission would create disorder. But sources indicated Harnett would not try to block ('lev e McDowell's entrance a.s he did James Ii. Meredith's with a resulting citation for contempt of fcd'-'-al court which still is being prosecuted. Ihe University of Chattanooga aN.i was expected to enroll iti first Negroes today during summer school registration for graduate students. At Birmingham, Ala., Federal Judge Seybroun H. Lynne said he would rule today on whether to issue an injunction barring Alabama Cinv. George Wallace from interfering with the enrollment of three Negroes at ihe University of Alabama Monday. Further racial demonstrations Pension fund trustees OIICP were were expected today at Jackson, (See HOFFA, Page S) i (See NEGRO, Page 3) Tens of Thousands Pay Tribute to Pope VATICAN CITY (UPI) — By the lens of thousands mourners filed tlmnigh St. Peter's Basilica today in tmal tiihute lo Pope John XXIII. I'ven as ihe people of Rome lined up in the r.i.n awaiting their lo p.i^s ihiough the great doors of the basilica lo view the both of their beloved Pope, the Vatican announced the College of Jaycee Meeting Slated to Make Area Convention Plans * ! " dress the National Conference of Mayors in Honolulu Sunday. He plans 10 spend Saturday night at ihe Hilton Village in Honolulu and letuin to Washington Monday morn • ng. The White House said the President h=ul decided lo accept a long standing invitation from Mayor If it comes from a hardware store Richard Lee of New Haven, Conn., l we have it. Lewis Hd\se. Adv,| (See PRESIDENT, Page 3) Fast efficient Tune-up*. Call Lloyd Kumz Sinclair, MO 4-7181. (Adv.), Matter of Minimums HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Vet?ran actor Richard Aden, 62, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of drunken driving lor (raveling 25 to 1(0 miles an hour on the 65 m.p.h. Hollywood Freeway. A general committee meeting for the proposed Jaycee Area ('driven lion has been called for Ii .'HI p m loday at the Conmado Inn. The nit'i'ting is to make pie- liininmy plans for the convention, slaleil for .lulv I it and LI m I'am |>.i. in cording 10 Richard < 'ook, Xeuei'.il i IKIII man ul I he cv eui. I lie ci n 11 u i H t ei". will nifct I o iiighl with ihe Ait.i I vue pie-.i drill Pete Wi i"hl ul I litmml ,uid -.tale dlici-luis iSuh kn^.i-i - ol Aiuaiillu, Hoyd Vaughn ol luha and A. J. ( arrubi ol Paiupu jnd .liiu UVoniier, manager ol the I un/njdo Inn At a called ni^hl, follow iiij dinner, the h i hail men w ei i- lut ihe conv ei duectoi , Beltv Hollar. ri'MM v alion.s and gieeting; Honnie Sluickk-ldi d. < iiHTIaimncnl and special guests. K. F. McDonald and 1 .\nn (i,tines, souvenir packets, aw aids and pn/ev 1 ddie ( hat I ;n .1 r , print ins; and si.nnv and Unwind Xiuler-on. leg isi t at ion I h" c-niv ''til inn is expected tu ui .1 .\ about iiilll ni ''• ill pcfsuns In I'amp.l till' tin- two ll.iVs, ( ' u u I, meeting luesdax ihe 1.aihe.s' Nighl How ing committee named lo pupate lion .lake SVehh, ( oiik. of the I av ceeF'tles.wo,nen's program, (ieue PASSFS IMOM-.Y BILL U'ASHIN(,1ON tl'l'li - Con completed J-K'.'OD loesd'.r. mi the first regular nione\ hill ol the veai. piovidum $ii hilliun to tun the Ti e.-cui v . ihe Post Of lice and the \\hile llou-e e\ecu tiv e office during the 12 months , siarting July 1. Applications Taken for New Astronauts WASHINGTON tl'I'l) - The N/ihoiial A i -HMiauiu s and Space Adininis' i ai mil iNAiAi s;.; id ] ,n>s iTc, it \\ ill reci nil It! to 15 new a-'; .Miaul s ihis .uniniei 11 ur. ned applications Irmii qualila-d pei- U J I a-i i I!:- ed in'n tht- held In addition ;_'! ui'p of sev en a. 1 now is Irauum; a UK haling two civilians. I 1 1 1 ' '• 1 1 . NASA roup ut nine, Cardinals will meet June 19 to begin selection of his successor. A sieadily-llow ing river of humanity passed by the red-draped catafalque of Christendom's larg- eM church where the body of the 81 \ear-old pontiff lay in state .Some pia\cd, some cried, some simply stared as ihey passed ihe body under the soaring dome of Michelangelo. The (ioors swung open to the assembled throng at 8 a.m. (5 a.m. FDT, and within four and a half hours an estimated 135,000 persons had entered the church. Set Conclave Date In another part of ihe Vatican, the church's great task of selecting the next man to sit on ihe throne of St. Peier began wiih a meeting of :!li of the 82 cardinals who sei ihe opening day for ihe nieeiaii; ol the College of Cardi- I hi' liijdi church dignitaries assemble June 19, and ihe vote lor a new Pope will tal.i' plaie the IU-M day. The con- il.ave will coniinoe until one of iht- candidjti-.s I'd.eives ihe neci-.s- sa iv two lloi ds v ide. Possibly us many as IU of the carc.uutls will not he able to come to Rome because of illness or other reasons. 'The file of humanity into St. Peier s ran 'JO abreast in a line thai siicichod the entire length of the vast Si Peter's square and l» \ond the boundaries of Vatican I iv ,nto Rome it self. In the church hrfoip the main Pope John lav on an ornate i .' : atalijuc. Ihe sue of ihe turnout showed the gieat wainith felt for ihe ope I w ice helore there have ei>n crowds of 100.0(10 in the square befoi e the church—onto (See THOUSANDS, Page 3) I 1

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