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Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 9

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Ceylon Policies Appear Confusing By HENRY 8. BRADSHER COLOMBO, Ceylon (API - In Ceylon's story of oil, politics and diplomacy if is difficult to distinguish Ideology from incompetence, stubbornness from hastiness. A key point may be a statemen attributed to an official in Wash ington: "Ceylon is a cheap place to stand on a principle." The principle is that of not giv Ing aid to countries that seize American property without com pensation. The United States halt ed aid to Ceylon last February. The situation before and since leaves those closest to the scene with varying evaluations. Marx ists here depict it as a clash of old-fashioned oil company imperi' alism with nationalism. Some oth/ ers suspect poor government tactics on all sides. The oil companies involved are Burmah-Shell, based in Britain and Esso and Caltex, based in the United States. For decades, they provided the needs of mis tropical island off the southern tip of In dia. Undercut Prices The Soviet Union started under cutting the companies' prices for oil from Middle Eastern fields. In 1961 Ceylon's Commerce Minister T. B. Ilangaratna established a government company, Ceylon Petroleum Corp. (CPC), to import cheaper Russian oil products. To put CPC into business the Ceylonese government seized 178 service stations, 88 kerosene out lets and other facilities from the three companies. Washington and London objected on behalf of the companies. Ceylon responded they would get fair compensation and would be al lowed to continue to operate on the "basis of fair competition." CPC quickly took about half the retail business. About this time an American- owned utility company was na tionalized in Brazil. Sen. Bourke Hickenlooper, an Iowa Republican, wrote into the American aid bill a prohibition against helping countries that failed to provide adequate and speedy compensation. The U.S. ambassador, Miss Frances Willis, warned Ceylon's prime minister, Mrs. Sirima Ban- daranaike, of this. But little happened until the deadline on .American aid drew near in February. At stake were $1.3 million in grants and $3 million in loans, big amounts in an underdeveloped country of 10.6 million persons. The halt of aid brought a strong reaction. Miss Willis was burned in effigy. The Communists and two other Marxist parties got together for the first time in decades. Restrictions The Ilangaratna forces then began to devise ways to restrict private oil company operations further in the name of saving scarce foreign exchange. They asked the companies for oil tank facilities because the Soviet Union wanted to send larger shipments. The companies refused. The government played its fina ace. Last month it passed a law giving CPC the exclusive right o retail petroleum sales in Ceylon Naval bunkering and aviation fue are left to the private companies until the government decides to take them over also by a simple order. The British government, which owns part of Burmah-Shell, seem less noticeably disturbed than thi United States. British investments in Ceylon'; tea and rubber total more than a half billion dollars. Tea is the backbone of Ceylon's economy. Bunker Hill Youth Scheduling Speakers BUNKER HILL — James Jay Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alber Wood, left Tuesday afternoon fo Washington, D. C. Wood was ac companied by a classmate, Rob ert Snyder of Bellvue, Wash Wood, president of the Yale Po litical Union, will be arrangini the organization's fall speake schedule. He will be a house guei of David Boren, son of Mr. an Adult Classes Scheduled at Roxana High ROXANA — The adult educa- ion classes at Roxana High School will begin Sept. 23 at 7 p.m. Registration will be held at he first meeting of each class. the following classes will be ol'ered: Art. art room, Jim Hill, teacher, first meeting Sept. 23. This class will consist of painting, jewelry, ceramics. Beginning clothing, room 107, Miss Wanda Graves, teacher, first meeting Sept. 24. Furniture Upholstery and finish- ng, shop, Vincent Gnaedinger, is instructor, first meeting Sept. 26. Wood-metal shop, shop, Sam Herndon, instructor, first meeting Sept. 24. Membership Drive ROXANA — The Roxana Woman's Club has extended i t s membership drive until the next meeting night Sept. 24. Mrs. omas Kerr on E. Tydeman Avenue is membership drive chairman. Central-Brushy PTA Meeting Set Sept. 17 WOOD RIVER — Dr. Paul Juenther will be the speaker at he first fall meeting of Central- Brushy PTA Sept. 17 at 7:30 p.m. n the all-purpose room, it was .nnounced today. Dr. Guenther's topic will b e 'How Do You Teach a Foreign Language in the Elementary Grades?" Teachers will be introduced by firs. Whorten and school board members will be introduced by dr. Harris. Baby sitting service will be urnished by Girl Scout Troop 134. Mrs. Isaacs to Head Roxaiia 'Dreamers' ROXANA — The Dreamers, a group of weight watchers, elected Mrs. Dorothy Isaacs as president at a business meeting and party Monday House. Other Dudley, evening at the Park officers are Mrs. Tudy vice president; Mrs. Eldred Floyd MyGatt, secretary: Mrs. June Milligan, treasurer; M r s. Claudia Schneider, weigher; Mrs. Anna Bowers, recorder of weights; Mrs. Ruth Moore, historian and Mrs. Eileen Simmons, collector of fines. Mrs. Margie Potter was named queen at the end of this six month period for having lost 24% pounds and was awarded a prize. Mrs. Johnson Heads Auxiliary At South Roxana SOUTH ROXANA — Mrs. Dorothy Johnson was installed as president of the Dad's Club Auxiliary Monday evening at the Rose Bowl in Granite City. Other officers installed w e re Mrs. Barbara Hill, vice president; Mrs. Maida Jolmson, recording secretary; Mrs. Pauline Binney, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Mildred Aiken, treasurer. A social hour followed and prizes were won by Mrs. Julia McNabney, Mrs. Maida Johnson, Mrs. Gwen Forakers, Mrs. Lolita Jeffries and Mrs. Mildred Aiken won the attendance prize. Hostesses named for the next meeting are Mrs. Lolita Jeffries and Mrs. Julia McNabney. Visit Relatives SOUTH ROXANA — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heim of Decatur visited the past week-end with Helm's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Heim of Alton and with Mrs. Heim's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Binney of Missouri Avenue. BILLIARD TOKEN IOLA, Kan. JP— Marvin Boyer picked up a shiny coin at the scene where an old house had been razed. After cleaning it he found that it was good for z cents in trade at a billiard hall which closed here around the turn of the century. Wood River Rotary, Lions Golf Match Set Thursday WOOD RTVER — The annual Rotary and Lions prolf tournament will be held Thursday afternoon at Lockhaven Country Club near Alton. Arrangements for (he tournament were made Monday night by C. L. Tucker, Rotary chairman, mid Gilbert Helmkamp. Lions chairman. The first foursome to tee off at 12:15 p.m. will include Rotarian C. L. Tucker and Lion G. O. DeAtley. and Rotarian Hoe Sladek and Lion Lowell Poston. Members of the second foursome will tee off at 12:20 and will include Rotarian O. 0. Brim jes and Lion Jim Baker, Rotarian Gaines Smith, and Lion Frank Leever. The third foursome will tee off at 12:25 and will be Rotarian Bob Cannedy and Lion Dave Swan, Rotarian Leon Wilson and Lion Merle Bassett. Members of the fourth foursome to tee off at 12:30 will be Rotarian Kenneth Sheary and Lion Ed Kelly, and Rotarian Kermit Hardin and Lion Frank Barszez. All Lions will tee off in the fifth foursome at 12:35. They will be Art Heath, Russell Durham, Elmer Foutch and Pat Kane. The sixth foursome will tee off at 12:40 and will be Rotarian Don Simpson and Lion Walter Black and Rotarian John Mull and Lion Robert Jones. Members of the seventh foursome to tee off at 12:45 will be Rotarian Omar Lyon and Lion Cal Vandiver and Rotarian Clint Southard and Lion Gene Blanc. The eighth foursome to tee off at 12:50 will be Rotarian Clint Dickman and Lion Louis Camp and Rotarian Sid Cahoon and Lion Dick Scheffel. Members of the ninth foursome will tee off at 12:55 and will be Rotarian Lloyd Carter and Lion Don Ott and Rotarian Clarence Hale and Lion Art Houser. The tenth foursome will tee off at 1 p.m. and will include Rotarian Jim Boyd and Lion Paul Trickey and Rotarian Howard Gold and Lion Ken Gimmy. KC's Meet at Skaggs WOOD RIVER — Officers and past Grand Knights of the Knights of Columbus met Monday night in Skaggs Restaurant. The meeting was conducted by Jrand Knight Norrnan Williams and Deputy Grand Knight William Niece of Kaysers Writes Book On Oil Wells WOOD RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kayser, Rosewood Heights, returned home Monday from Bartlesville, Okla., where they attended an autograph party for their niece, Dorothy Kayser French, whose fiction book "The Mystery Of The Old Oil Well' was just released by the publishers. The autograph party was given by a writing group in Bartlesville. Mrs. French has published stories and articles, but this is her first book, the Kaysers said. Although the book is fiction, said Kayser, its setting in Northwestern Oklahoma gives descriptive details of the oil industry. The book is being published by Franklin Watts, Inc. Mrs. French is a journalism graduate of Wisconsin. She has worked for the Milwaukee Sentinel, Milwaukee Journal, the Wisconsin State Journal at Madison and the Bartlesville Record. She is the wife of a Bartlesville attorney and the mother of two daughters. Grade School Budget ,014,000 in Dist. 15 WOOD RIVER - The 1963-64 school budget of $1,014.179 was officially approved by the District 15 Grade School Board of Education Tuesday evening. In other action the board (1) approved organizing classes for the educable mentally handicapped and speech correction; (2) employed Donald Vinson, District 15 custodian, to transport the handicapped children; (3) appointed Gerald Stevens, custodian, to the post of head custodian in the district; (4) approved bills in the amount of $71,027.65. It was announced that a petiti- tion filed with the county board of school trustees seeking to annex a parcel of land at the corner of Fox Lane and Sixth street was denied by the county board. The annual outdoor education week for eighth graders in Dis trict 15 will be held Oct. 5 through Oct. 11 at Marquette State Park. This will be the sixth year for the program. E. E. Schwalbe, principal of Lows and Clark School, will attend a mathematics workshop ai the University of Illinois, it was announced. A letter was read from the Civil Defense seeking the use of Lewis and Clark School for storage of Civil Defense food but no action was taken. LAGOS — Nigerian hankers now admit that the economy is tied directly to U.S. trade. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1963 MARKING THE PLACE AKRON, Ohio K— Some fairly hot love letters are found among pages of romantic fiction books returned to local libraries, librarians say. "We also find a lot of unpaid bills," says Mrs. Elizabeth D. 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