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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 23, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma For those who enjoy long-range worrying, 'tis reported the Mississippi is eating its way down to giant underground river that will flood the entire country when reached. And it's only going to take another years or ,o Delay Of Orbital Shot Upsets Kids At Cape Canaveral, P-4 THE ADA EVENING Cougars Take On Fourth-Rated Club See Sports ADA, OKLAHOMA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1962 8 Pages 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY U.S. Fights To Break Deadlock On OAS Condemnation Of Castro "scllout house" is reported tion to be held here tonight, ac- Martin Clark, choir- HOT COMBO This slightly unorthodox quartet is com- posed of top members of the Ada High School band who will be traveling to Norman and Oklahoma City next month to take their places in the annual All-State Band. The band will rehearse Feb. 23 and 24, then play a concert in the Oklahoma City Municipal Auditorium Feb. 25. Left to right here are Patricia Blevins, clarinet, Leonard Vandewalker, baritone horn, Cassie Hill, baritone sax, and Jeannette Dean, flute. They're all seniors. (NEWS Staff space crews Eisenhower Urges No Rush Efforts For Flight CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) technicians, racing a new deadline, worked today to assume astronaut John H. Glenn Jr. a foolproof oxygen supply when he vaults into orbit. As they replaced two key parts in the oxygen system, an appar- ently unruffled Glenn paced his own preparations for his rocket ride about the earth now planned, hopefully, for Saturday. New Equipment The National Aeronautics and Space Administration said late Monday the fourth postponement of this first orbital flight by an American was caused by trouble in the all-important oxygen sys- tem in the spacecraft. The technicians, working on the capsule atop a mighty silver Atlas rocket, were installing a new hose and a new device which reg- ulates the oxygen flow into the astronaut's helmet. Checks Needed NASA officials declined to say how long it would take to repair the oxygen system. After that job is done, the technicians must make painstaking checks to be certain the trouble has been licked. NASA spokesmen refused to speculate how much more of a delay would be required if the shot cannot meet its Saturday target date. Diet Changed Glenn, 40, a Marine lieutenant colonel, altered his prcflight rou- tine in one temporarily abandoned a low-waste diet to he shifted on Sunday in an- ticipation of a takeoff Wednesday morning. His day Monday was a full one. Wearing his silver-coated pres- sure suit. Glenn "flew" a simu- lated 12 miles to the hospital at Patrick Air Force Base, There, he underwent the first half of a detailed prcflight physical. Doc- tors gave him brain wave tests, checked his eyes, ears, nose and throat and examined his heart. Physical On Thursday, Glenn take the other half of an exhaustive physical which NASA officials said is part of the routine planned for this Right. The space agency hopes Glenn will be able to make three trips around the earth, at an altitude between 100 and 150 miles. Each circuit would last about 90 min- utes. This will depend on the time his rocket blasts off from this space- port. The determining factor is the amount of Jaylight available for the efforts to recover the cap- sule after it returns from space and lands in the Atlantic. Timing The present blueprint calls for launch about a.m. EST. Ex- perience in the two short-range space flights last year points to (Continued on Two) OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy and not quite so cold this after- noon and tonight; Wednesday in- creasing cloudiness and a little low tonight 10 cast to 22 west; high Wednesday gen- erally in 30s. High temperature in Ada Mon- day was 18: low Monday night, 12; reading at 7 a.trl. Tuesday, 'Muzzles' On Military WASHINGTON President Dwighl D. Eisenhower urged today that top military and civilian leaders be encouraged to speak out against the dangers of international communism. Eisenhower offered this advice in a statement sent to a special Senate investigating committee, and made pub- lic as it opened hearings on charges the Pentagon "muz- zles" anti-Communist speeches by military leaders. "I say, let the military speak, always under properly established policies and "the vision of their civilian Eisenhower said in his letter to Sen. John C. Stennis, D-Miss., chairman of the inquiry. "In half a century of national service, I have yet to_ meet the American military officer who viewed himself as a budding Napoleon, or even a 'Rasputin, and I sug- gest it is worthy of note that in recent world history thej "---------------three major dictators, Hit- ler, Mussolini and Stalin, came from civil life." As thc hearings began, it was learned the senators have ob- tained some information that Sec- retary of Defense Robert S. Mc- Namara declined to give thc names of individuals in thc Defense .Department who blue- NATO Aides Study Films From Jet ROME 'AP) NATO experts today were completing develop- ment and study of films from the Bulgarian jet that crashed near a secret NATO base in southern Italy. The pictures were expected to prove that the young pilot was on a spy mission. The Italian Defense Ministry in a communique Monday said a "final judgment on the nature of the episode" could not be given yet. But it said there were "indi- cations of a true and proper case of aerial espionage" which needed only to be "further substanti- ated." One high Italian government of- ficial went farther. "We can say now that the mis- sion of the Bulgarian aircraft was he said. "We expect to state flatly in the next few days that the plane was flying a spy mission." A Defense Ministry source pre- dicted that the Bulgarian pilot, Lt. Milusc Solakov, 22, would be put Sun Brings Out Votes In Special Race The sun came and the voters turned out in better-than-expected numbers Tuesday morning in the special district two county com- mission election. Almost all boxes in the district reported a good turnout as of noon Tuesday. The clear weather, following two days of dismal cold and pre- cipitation, was given credit for the unexpectedly high number of ballots cast in the morning. Observers figure the total in the district may go as high as Nine mem are seeking the dis- hy the in De- Kennedy's Teams Works For Agreement On Strong Terms PUNTA DEL ESTE, Uruguay Inter-Amer- ican foreign ministers conference on Cuban communism split into three blocs today in wrangling over how best to deal with Prime Minister Fidel Castro's threats to hemispheric unity. Argentina, one of the biggest and most powerful na- tions warned other members that the Organization of cording 'American States faces a danger of disintegration of t.ie Highways a compromise formula is found. of thc Ada chambcr A U.S. spokesman still expressed hope the meeting would result in some indictment of the Castro regime, but the situation remained extremely fluid. Brazil, leader of the antipunishment bloc, obviously has not budged an inch after two days of behind-the- scenes bargaining over whether to punish Castro with diplomatic or economic pen- allies or adopt a soft ap- proach. "There is little prospect of com- plete accord at thi.-, a Brazilian spokesman said. Brazil, the largest Latin-Ameri- can nation, pushed for a second Ada Community Chest Board Elects Officers TO R. Burl Harris, young Ada attorney and civic leader, the annual meeting of the was elected president of the board of the Ada Commu- Oklahoma Highway 99 Associa-j nity Chest Monday night, succeeding Tom O'DelL Top Officers Quit Stock Exchange NEW YORK (AP) Chairman of Com- Clark said more than 300 out- of-town reservations for the din- ner meeting are already in, and 63 invited guests have accepted. With the local contingent, Clark- said, this should add up to more than 500 in attendance. Principal speaker will be -r mond Gary, former governor and txOW 11 announced candidate for governor again this year. Gary's topic will be "Roads for Oklahoma." V iHVUWfJ v Harris served as general drive chairman last fall and reported to the annual membership meeting the results. The annual meeting was held in the ballroom Of the i Aldridge Hotel and a meeting of the new board of di- followed. Bob Kennedy Redjnvitation didn't make Harris said in beginning of his report on the funds campaign. Actually, the Chest raised -cash and pledges amounting to about -------82 per cent of the goal of more than 'Harris said, though, "I feel that we have put on a good campaign." and praise of his efforts were pro- fuse by directors and other msm- bers. "There was a substantial in- crease in all divisions
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