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Beckley Post Herald and Raleigh Register (Newspaper) - June 26, 1965, Beckley, West Virginia TWO REGISTER And POST-HERALD, BECKLEY, W. VA., SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 26, 1965 Reprisal For Death Of Guerrillas U. S. Contends Viet Cong Guilty Of Wanton Murder SAIGON, South Viet Nami U.S. officials in Washington (AP) - U.S. authorities Friday described Beiinotrs death as termed wanton cold-blooded i cold-blooded murder and a ter-murder the execution of a U.S.'rorist maneuver to put pressure Army sergeant by Vict Cong'on the United States to equate guerrillas. tJic cases of Americans cap- The execution, Hanoi radio turcd in battle with the acts of announced earlier in the day, Vict Cong terrorists, was in reprisal for the execution They theorized that the Com-of captured Viet Cong guerrillas munists believe they can convicted of terrorist activities squeeze the South Vietnamese "The fate of the U.S. prisoners of war, who are in the hands of the Liberation Armed Forces (Viet Cong) or will be captured by them, is decided by the U.S. aggressors themselves," Hanoi radio quoted a Viet Cong spokesman as saying. The broadcast gave no details of the execution. In Perryville, Bennett's moth- in South Viet Nam. Radio Hanoi government to relent on execu- er, Pauline Bennett, cried after warned that other Americans tions if reprisals are directed must pay for their blood against Americans. Other spec- debts" if more Viet Cong pris oners are executed. The sergeant, Harold George ulation had it that Hanoi sought to foster American public criticism of Washington's Viet Nam Bennett, 25. Perry ville, Ark.,'policy, was captured Dec. 29 during the j Bennett's execution was an-bloody fighting at Binh Gia. nounced at a news conference "This is obviou.sly a wanton Thursday by the "commander act of murder if this is con-1 of the South Viet Nam Libera-firmed," the U.S. Embassy in tion Armed Forces in a liberat-Saigon said after hearing the ed area," the North Viet Nam report of Bennett's execution^ radio broadcast said. learning of her son's fate. "It's the most horrible thing in the world," she said. "I sure do not believe we should be involved." U. S. government sources said the Viet Cong and the Hanoi regime are known to be holding about a score of Americans at present. This includes 14 Ameri can servicemen, one U. S. aid official and five nongovernment civilians. Discuss Experiences Johnson Visits Friend Truman KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - For 30 minutes, while consuming double helpings of scrambled eggs, the 33rd and 36th presidents of the United States talked Friday about the business of being president. And afterward they told how much ach thought of the other. The meeting between old friends Lyndon B. Johnson and Harry S. Truman was in the Muohlebach Hotel presidential luite where Truman sig;ned a lot of famous documents, including the one putting the Marshall Plan in force. "Mr. Truman and I talked bout the many experiences he had in the White House," said Johnson. "Especially we discussed the United Nations because it was his vision and cour age in supporting the United Nations that has made it what it is. He gave me some very rich background on it." The President stopped in Kan as City overnight - en route to the U.N. 20th anniversary cele bration in San Francisco - to have breakfast with Truman who lives in nearby Independence, Mo. Truman addressed charter conference in 1945 when Umbcrto I. he had been president less than three months. "No president in ftiy historic memory has made such an impression as you have," Truman told Johnson. "We are deeply in debt to Mr. Truman for his vision," said Johnson. Earlier in the week, Truman's secretary said the 81-year-old former president was not going to San Francisco because he has curtailed all his traveling. "I asked him to go with me, but he didn't thmk he could go," the President said this morning. "I'll go to the airport anyway," Truman said. And he did, giving a thousand people outside the hotel and a small crowd at the airport a chance to sec a current and former president together. When reporters in the presidential suite said they had no questions, Truman said "What the hell's the matter with you guys? You losing your grip?" To which Johnson said: "They're pretty cooperative." And Truman: "They're all right. They were Pantheon Falling ROME (AP) - Is the Pantheon falling apart? Yes, says the daily Giornale D'ltalia in an appeal for a quick $160,000 to repair a leaky drainage system and damage that has resulted from it. The Pantheon was built in 27 B.C. as a temple for pagan dei-ities and now holds tombs of ! Kings Victor Emmanuel II and Sports Jottings- *Bones* McKinney Upset By Waters' Signing Of Head ^By George Springer Greenbrier Boys Meet Corum Gene Corum, (right), head football coach of the WVU Mountaineers was greeted during his visit to the Youth Leader's Camp, sponsored by the West Virginia National Guard at Camp Dawson, last week by two Greenbrier county players. Herbert H. Roth-well, Jr., (left) who plays at Lewisburg high school, and Robert A. Morgan, a member of the Greenbrier High school squad at Ronceverte, the closing session of the always all right with me." Orbiting Lah Eyed WASHING-rON (AP) - The recent successful Gemini flight maneuver well in space apparently gave the Air Force renewed hope of a man-in-space venture of its own. Vice President Hubert Humphrey stirred Air Force hopes with an announcement Thursday that the National Space Council will meet July 1 to consider the MOL (Military Orbiting Laboratory) program. The MOL program contemplates use of a modified Gemini spacecraft attached to a cylindrical laboratory 10 feet in diameter and 20 to 25 feet long. Moye And Hess On Spot Tonight Drag Strip Bus7 AD Day Sunday "I knew he was an early riser and so am I," said Johnson of their breakfast that started at 6:50 - 10 minutes ahead of schedule. The President, however, was up at 6 a.m. first startling employes in the hotel restaurant by showing up for a cup of coffee and touring the kitchen. Then the President set off on a Truman-style walk, shaking hands wherever he found them. Rejected Viet Nam Assignment Officer Court-Martialed NAHA, Okinawa (AP) - Lt. Richard Steinke, 27, Milwaukee, Wis., was convicted Friday of refusing to join a counterguer-rilla unit in South Viet Nam. He could get up to five years imprisonment. The lieutenant, who was graduated 55th in the 600-man West Point Class of 1962, contended be disagreed with U.S. policy in Viet Nam and that the war there "is not worth one Ameri-ean life." A U.S. general court-martial headed by Col. John Beebe of Los Angeles, deliberated less than an hour. The court will reconvene Sat urday when defense counsel Capt. Conrad Courtney, Oak Park, 111., will plead for leniency. Hie board could sentence Steinke to dismissal from the ervice, forfeiture of all pay and allowances and five years at hard labor at the maximum. time have I ever been confront- Steinke, also a graduate of gd with this type of case." Army guerrUla and airborne Following Steinke's refusal he schools at Ft. Bragg, N.C., had ^"i^o^inB stemKe s retusai ne been in Viet Nam since July was turned over to an Army J9g4 psychiatrist m Saigon, who said After completing a brief course in directing civil affairs in combat zones, he was ordered to join a Special Forces "A" team in the remote jungle-bound camp of Gia Vac. He re fused to accept the assignment. The commanding officer at the time, Lt. Col. Charles E. Spraggins, Arlington, Va., testified he put an order in \vriting for Steinke to board a plane from Saigon bound for Gia Vac Jan. 31 after various senior officers failed to sway the lieuten ant's announced decision not to go. Spraggins, key witness at the trial, termed his reaction at the time as one of amazement. He said that "only once in my life had the opportunity to visit with Coach Corum and three of his assistants. They also saw film highlights of the 1964 Mountaineer season. Eddie Hess is the first driver; of the year to lose and regain; the lead in either class at Beck-ley Speedway. Hess, who was tops in the stock class for three weeks earlier this season, won the feature, the Tomahawk and finished second in a heat to vault into the lead over Charlie Jordan. Hess has 4,400 points, while Jordan claims 4,280. Jordan, who led the pack for four consecutive weeks, failed to score this past Saturday night, and he had a shaky experience week before. Hess gained the lead earlier this season the second Sunday of running. Jerry Hunter, whom he knocked to second, was some 500 points behind, and Jordan trailed by almost 1,000 marks. He maintained the edge four straight weeks, but then Jordan broke loose and raced out to a lead of 1,000 points. Hess fell to second. Jordan built up his Some local battles loom as big ones in the second weekend of drag racing at the Grand View International Dragway. There will be 14 divisions of stock racing, another in the , .modified production class and T^ I possible five gas classes. Time trials will begin Sunday morning at 10 and elimmatlon trials at 2 in the afternoon. Dueling in the A Stock division are such drivers as Sonny Brammer of Crab Orchard in his 427 Ford, Jessie Lay and Don Brown. Lay also drives a Ford while Brown will go in a 409 Chevrolet. Interest in the B stock class iwill probably center around Today's Slate BECKLEY BR New River Supply vs Eric's, 4 p.m. MINOR LL Cats vs Comets, Buffs vs Bisons, No. 1 Saints vs Blues, No. 2 Chicks vs Marlins, No. 3 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE Fayette Merchants vs New River Supply Leed's vs Stover's Appliance TRAP HILL LL (at Eccles) Yankees vs Indians Braves vs Rcdlegs SOPIDA SENIOR LL Home-Hal] vs Helen Coal City Supermarket vs Helen BIG COAL LL Naoma vs Eunice SOPIHA LL Builders-Franklin vs Truman Mme Slab Fork vs Tarns LEGION BASEBALL Albans at Mullens, 7:30 Tommy Garten and Ted Webb, the latter of Mullens, both in Pontiac GTO's. St. lead to over 2,000 points and it looked as if he were going to make a run-away of the stock class. Ernie Moye still commands! the sportsman class, just as he has done since the first week of; running. His lead is being whittled away slowly, however, by Malin Freeman. Defending season champion Frank Prince won last week's feature and ran his season total to 3,642. Moye has 6,200 and, Freeman now holds 5,805 points.' ^'fULLENS - Starting with The only major change in the St. Albans here Saturday night, sportsman class saw Richard,Jhe MuUens American Legion Lafferty take over fourth place i^^^sebaU team faces a busy Sunday's Games BECKLEY LL Pirates vs Cubs, Redlegs vs Dodgers, No. 1 Giants vs Cards, Indians vs Tigers, No. 2 MINOR LL Chicks vs Hawks, No. 3 I have to thank Bcrnice Rice Sowers, a former employee of the Beckley Newspapers and now married and teaching school in Manassas, Va., for a story on the new head basketball coach at West Virginia University, "Bucky" Waters. Steve Guback wrote about it In the Washington Star and Bernice, a resident of Law-ton and former teacher at Layland Junior High, sent the clip. Wake Forest's "Bones" McKinney is quite upset because Waters stole a hoop prospect, Carl Head of Washington, from right under Mc-Kinney's nose. Head is a 6-4% junior college grad who is tabbed as another Bill Russell, by McKinney, who attended the national junior college tournament and saw him play. "His timing on blocking shots - well," McKinney stammered, "the things he does just have to come naturally. He could have made us (Wake Forest) a contender this year. . . ." But Head, who says he feels a "bit guilty", says he'U b� happier at West Virginia. "I talked to a lot of people, but it's my decision," Head said. "I may hurt someone now, but in the long run I've got to do what I think is best for me." According to McKinney, Head signed an Atlantic Coast letter of intent back on March 27. But West Virginia doesn't have to honor that, but the deadline of May 20 on the na> tional letter of intent date. McKinney, in Gnback's column, calls Waters "nothing but a vulture. Bucky didn't know the first thing about the boy until we got him. I was the only coach from the east coast to go to the national junior college tournament." Head will be eligible immediately at West Virginia University, as he would have been at Wake Forest, and from what McKinney says, he's going to fit in well with any varsity team and Waters is undoubtedly glad to get the Washington, D. C, native to go along with his fine freshman group led by Ronnie Williams of Weirton. Bernice Sees WVU Mullens Legion Busy This Week the lieutenant was legally sane but experienced "difficulty get ting adjusted." Under cross-examination, Spraggins said 20 other soldiers in Steinke's civil affairs course also were unenthusiastic about being transferred to "A" teamsjRichard Lafferty in remote areas, but "all the Larry Cantley Vacation Cash! BORROW UP TO ON JUST YOUR SIGNATURE PHONE BY 10AM FOR A CASH LOAN BEFORE 5 PM THE SAME DAY Get MONEY WHEN YOU NEED IT-for hotel or motel, sightseeing, a new travel wardrobe for the family, everything for the trip you won't forget- and the extra fast service you want (same day cash). Call or visit your nearby American Finance office to* day! IT UP TO MOO IN OMN ... r�fe viRf'o'VT afe 1Sf.27 � 15.00 9 196.11 % 14.00 anM ' 39.00 4�6.30 34.00 iN.f9 64.00 709.3S 49.00 481.82 687.10 788.94 .8.00 27.00 38.00 43.83 611.84 28.00 799.85 37.16 MEMBER^ m iln strati Boon* 1-8384 Stravt- -732-4321 .645-1780 from Larry Cantley. has 2,287 points and holds 2,250. Racing will be held agai Saturday night, accordi: John Radford, manager track. The standings: SPORTSMAN (Top 10) Ernie Moye Malin Freeman Frank Prince Lafferty Cantley week. Williamson's strong team comes in on Monday night at the Athletic field and a date is I with Charleston is definitely set for Saturday, July 3. The Charleston game v*t11 be Moose Handed First Setback MULLENS - The Moose were handed their first Little followed by the annual fire-. League setback of the season works display and this night al-jj^^^^ ^^.^^^ ^.^^^ J^^^ other men obeyed the orders." Spraggins said Steinke tried to resign his commission to avert court-martial. Included among the charges Steinke was convicted of was "willful disobedience to expose himself to hostile elements and hazardous conditions." At Milwaukee, Steinke's father, Raymond, said: "All he wrote us is that he disobeyed a direct order." In one letter, the lieutenant said the Army had turned down his attempt to resign his commission. "I guess they want to give me a dishonorable discharge," he wrote. "I thought I was right,! but I guess I was wrong." The elder Steinke, 65, is a warehouseman for a department store. Steinke is married to the former Marjorie Freese, of Lynchburg, Va. The couple has one child, Susanne, who was born March 25, 1964. Bruce Taylor Dallas Phipps Junior Bradley Eddie Hess Jody Clowcrs STOCK (Top 10) Eddie Hess Charlie Jordan Pete Deck Danny Smith Tommy Waddcll Gene McNeeley Jerry Hunter Noah Snyer Percy Mullens Frank Prince ways packed them in to see 6,200 j the" baseball and watch the fire-5,8051 works. Other home games are 3,642 to be announced for next week. 2,287; The Mullens post enjoyes a 2,2.10 7-5 record to date, a good show-1,035 ing considering the many young 1,025 boys that are on the squad. The club from Kanawha coun-ty has quite a few holdovers SOS from last year, but Athletic officer Cecil Lacy said not too much is known about St. Al-4.400 bans' strength, or its record. 2,965 1,680 1,320 1,310 1,000 4251 Bcrnie Rice, now Mrs. Sowers, was always a rabid WVU and New York Yankee fan. She adds: "My husband and I have seen the WVU footbaU and basketball teams when they play in Washington and College Park. "I finally got to see Jerry West and the Lakers play in Baltimore. Jerry is great, but he needs a little more help. Since Sam Huff plays for the Redskins, we get a complete report on his foot Those Raleigh County league baseball fans of the early '40s can probably recall Joe Carbo, brother of Woodrow Wison's fine end, Ben. Pat Fragile mentioned the other evening over at the Warren Williams league that he thought Cincinnati had drafted Joe's boy in the recent free agent draft. Well, Friday the Cincinnati Rcdlegs announced that they had signed Joe's boy, Bernie, and he had been assigned to the Tampa farm club in the Florida State league and will report on Monday. He is a ball. "Seems as though your Cardinals and my Yankees are havmg plenty of trouble. The Yanks will need a rebuilding program since their farms have been depleted of good pro prospects. Those trades a few years back (5 for 1), etc., are beginning to tell on the perennial champs." She mentioned that Michael McClosky, who ran on Wood-row Wilson's two-mile relay team is a nephew of hers. Joe Carbo*8 Son third baseman. Bernie Carbo, 17, graduated this month from Franklin High School in Livonia, Mich., where Joe Carbo now resides. In talking with Okey Mills Friday, he recalled that Joe was quite a boxer around here in 1938 and 1939 and that another fellow by the name of Blair won a lot of bouts around here. Mills played with Joe in the baseball league with the Cranberry entry. James McLaughlin, Reds' farm manager, did not disclose the amount of any bonus paid lo the Carbo youngster. Little League Stories letic field as the Rotary team tiurned the trick in an 11-7 free-hitting contest. Other winners, in somewhat easy fashion, were the Lions over the Methodists, 20 to 6, and Chevrolet over the Legion, 12 to 2, A strong finish by the Rotarians was what finished the Moose, who were leading 9-3 at the end of four. Rotary came up with four in the fifth and two in the sixth to polish 'n^. ^^^^^^^^^ I^an h= Hill Will Retire From Grid Cards ST. LOUIS (AP) - Jimmy Hill, a defensive back for the St. Louis Cardmals, announced his retirement from professional football Friday. Hill, a 10-year National Football League veteran, came to the Cardinals in 1955 as a free agent. same Legion club it has had for the past three years, which includes a good many of the state high school championship team. Darrell Green or Gerald Mc-3J]q: Kinney are possible pitchers 235! against St. Albans. All home games begin at 7:30, Lacy pointed out. FOR YOUR VACATION NEEDS -SHOP- BECKLEY'S FINEST MEN'S STORE WHERE QUALITY AND SATISFACTION IS YOUR BEST BARGAIN EVERY TIME Prices To Suit All! HARRY'S Slab Fork Wins Sophia Contest SOPHIA - Slab Fork won a Sophia Little League game from Electric here Friday night, 14 to 10. The victors gathered all their tallies in the early innings ^ with Jeff Spicer helping his own 1 Vaientbie cause by banging out tJiree dou--- bics and a single in four trips Mcthodisu Lions to the plate. R"**' cf-p-ss 302 craft ed for the winners besides get ting a single. Bright had a double and single for the wm-ners. Edward rapped out a home run in the Lions' victory and there were two hit in the third game, Tungstall and Cox for the Chevvies. Rotary Mooie J. Brehm cf 3 1 1 McGinniis si 3 1 0 Rodes as 3 11 White 3 4 3 3 L. Brehm S 3 2 1 Phillips 2-p 4 11 Pauley 1 3 :! 1 Anderson p-4 2 0 1 Vlentine p  1 1 Berry cf 8 0 2 Morgan S 4 2 2 Hall i 3 0 1 Bright c 4 0 2 Kirk 1 3 0 0 Muscari rf 1 1 0 Dixon rf 3 1 Hcmck If S 0 0 McNeeJy If 2 1 0 Shum.ite M 1 0 0 Totals 28 11 9 Totals 28 7 8 Rotary 110 142-11 Moose 212 400- 7 2B: Bright. HR: Morgan. BB: Phillips 4, Anderson 4, Valentine 1. SO: Pihillips 1, Anderson 7. 6. If 2 2 rp,__,, c,.,,j,,, ,,j T^�,^i Perdue ss-p 1 2 0 Gauthier ss 3 3 3 Terry, Saunders and Logan smith p-3 4 1 0 j. Kuhike 1432 " Lafferty p 4 3 2 Hedrick c 5 3 3 Seften 1 0 0 0 Halsey 3 3 B 1 Kirk 1 10 0 Barker rf 2 0 0 J. McGrw 110 0 Edwards rf 1 2 1 Puller 1 1 0 0 K. Khlke cf 3 0 1 all hit the ball hard for the Dick c 311 losers, who actually outhit the I Oantrbry a 4 0 1 winners. Slab Fork 252 500-14 fi 0 Electric 013 510-10 9 0 Spicer and Foley; Logan, Saunders (2) and Terry. Stream Report CHARLESTON, W. Va. (UPDiLion's -Most West Virginia streams! rbi; Dick, were expected to remain clear during the weekend, according to the State Natural Resources Department. The department said Friday all streams in the Mountain State were reported low and clear prior to rain received the latter part of the week. A spokesman said some Par-iker.sburg area streams could.sandy become milky by the weekend.! cox 3 lYork cf Martin a 10 0 Davis 2 B. McGw If 0 1 0 Crotty 2 Parrish cf 1 0 0 McClellan 3 0 10 Osborne* rf 0 0 0 Presley rf 0 0 0 Totals 20 6 4 Methodists 1 0 0 1 1 0 An Associated Press story the other day that didn't make the editions told about Casey Stengel, manager of the New York Mets helping in the dedication of a new Little League field in Omaha. Tex. Some of the advice he passed along to the Little Leaguers is well worth repeating. Stengel managed to get across to the youngsters that they are making good use of their time. "While you're chasing a baseball you're not in trouble," Stengel reminded the Little Leaguers. "If you strike out you go back to the bench and nobody talks to you or kisses you but you've learned something." The Mets' manager made the trip as a gesture to a friend who also is Omaha's leading citizen, Oilman R. E. "Randy" Moore, a former major leaguer himself. Moore Some Happy Girls A lot of yoimg ladies are going to be happy to see Simday night roll around. These are the women who have been literally slaving every Saturday and Sunday night at the state women's bowling tournament. It has been going on at least 10 or 11 weekends, maybe more. Rut it winds up Sunday with singles and doubles and that big committee that checks and double checks figures, puts cards in order, checks entry lists and makes substitutions, and what all, will be able to bid adieu to each other. Of course, there'll be the prize checks to be sent out and trophies to be awarded, but that's not nearly so bad as the grind the girls have been going through for so many weekends. Phyllis Barker and Lou Manning have been the king pins, directors of the duties so to speak. I don't have the names of the big working committee at hand, but believe you me there were a lot of girls involved. Ilie tournament was the biggest women's event in its played with the Brooklyn Dodgers when Ole Case was manager there back in the late '30s. And there's another Little League story that comes from Weston, Conn. A three-year-old English setter who answers to the name of Yogi, is quite an asset to the Little League there, so much so he has been made an honorary member of the league. Yogi has saved more than $100 worth of baseballs by retrieving balls lost in adjoining woods and thickets. Last Saturday alone he brought back 18 practice balls and over two seasons he has sniffed out 78. "He learned how to smell out the baseballs from our German shepherd," said own-cr^trainer Bradley French, "Once he found out finding balls pleased us, he started searching through the woods on a regular basis." Totals 34 20 1� 020 013- 6 673 31v-20 Canterbury, Craft S, Gauthier 2, J. Kuhike 3, Lafferty, Hedrick 4, Halsey 3, Etiwards 3. 2B; Craft, J. Kuhike. Hedrick, Gauthier. HR: Edwards, BB: Lafferty 7. Kuhike 4, Smith 4, Rinehart 2. Perdue 1. SO: Lafferty 9. Kuhike 1, Snilth 2, Rinehart 1, Perdue 1. MEN'S SHOP 311 Neville St. Beckley ANOTHER TO SALEM RACINE, Wis,, (AP) - Rick Jackson, 21, of Racine, a sophomore at Rockhurst College at Kansas City, said Friday he had signed a contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates and would report to the club's baseball farm team at Salem, Va., next week. Jackson is a 6-foot-5 right-handed lurler. Chevrolet Legion Jesse 2 4 3 1 G. Boling If 1 0 0 McCrmck 3 3 0 0 Henson If 3 0 0 Tngstal p 4 3 2 Mtorgan 3 2 11 4 0 0 Hypes rf 10 0 4 2 3 Oook rf 10 0 13 2 Cardenas 2 2 12 Halsey c 3 12 Zebosky 1 3 0 1 White 11 3 0 0 Valentine cf 0 0 0 Reid rf 2 10 McKinney cf 2 0 0 D. Bolng rf 1 0 0 Belcher p 3 0 1 Chapman c 3 0 0 Burdlss as 0 0 0 Skeens si 2 0 1 Totals .10 12 10 Totals 24 2 8 Chevrolet 022 251-12 Legion 100 001- 2 RBI; Tungstall 4. Cox, York, Halsey, White. 2B; Cox 2, Halsey 2. 3B: Morgan. HR: Tungstall. Cox, BB; Belcher 6, TiingstaU 3. SO; Belcher 5, TangstaU 9. history and it served Beckley economy very well when you consider about 3,000 bowlers came here over those 11 weekends. If each one only spent $50 during Uieir two or three-day stay here, that's $150,000 to the city's economy. But congratulations all yon hard-working gals. You sure earn a vacation now. Actually, news-wise, the tourney sort of got lost in its latter weeks because of the great press of summer sports on the sports pages - baseball, golf, tennis, auto racing and what have you. Incidentally there are 35 teams coming in for this final weekend, eight of them from Parkersburg and as many from Huntington. Six teams drive down from Faur-mont, four will be here from Charleston, three from Blue-field and one each from Mor-gantown, Weirton, Clarksburg and Wheelmg. Two Beckley teams are bowling. It could be that many of these bowlers will be able to see the opening of Honey in the Rock, or stay ov^r and sec it Sunday night. Finance Takes Softball Final Miiddy Track Looms For Irish Derby DUBLIN (AP) - Soft gomg was forecast Friday for the SOPHIA - The Sophia Fi-1$221,788 Irish Derby, slightly nance wound up the schedule in;enhancing the chances of an the Sophia softball league here American victory in Saturday's Friday night by pinning a 9-7 race defeat on Cash Market. Seven - ^ . . . ..^ no more falls before post time the turf for the running of the 200 007 0-9 16 2ijj;j;'""^ certain to be The race for 3-year -old colts is the basis of the second Irish Sweepstakes of 1965, which is one of the main reasons why it will be telecast to America via VERDICT TO ROSE the communications satellite MELBOURNE, Australia Early Bird. The sale of sweep-(AP) - Avistralian aboriginal stakes tickets is illegal in Amer-featherweight boxer Lionel Rose ica, but somehow a lion's share sington of the prizes go year after year Mills and Farley homered for the losers. Finance Cash Market 131 101 0-7 13 3 Bowman and Helmondollar; Farley and Stovall. Home runs; Cash Market: Mills, Farley. outpointed Thailand's Por Tor in a 12-round fight Friday night. to U.S. ticketholders. Post time is 9 a.m. EST. 27 ;