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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 16, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma                             Joe Zilch didn't say a darned thing today. He came down with a galloping case" of laryngitis while yelling his feofW off during the hajfTof the gama at "Tul.. Friday night Moviemen Have Weird Time Of It, Page 12 Cougars Regain State Crown; ,See Sports Page 59TH YEAR NO. 237 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 40 Pages 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY Katangan Proposes A Truce Move By Tshombe Could Mean End To Congo Crisis WASHINGTON (AP) A new conciliatory move by Moise Tshombe, presi- dent of sessionist Katanga Province, could lead to a break in the deadlock over unification of the Congo, U.S.. officials said Saturday. But the U.S. government fears Tshombe may be seeking primari- ly to stall off the threat of eco- nomic sanctions against his min- eral-rich province. They indicate that real progress, toward a Congo settlement must be made in a few if stronger pressures are not to be imposed. Russia'Moves? One reason for growing U.S, concern is the: belief 'that the Sp- viet Union will make a new bit to establish a pwer position in the Central African nation unless Congo government of Premier Cyrille Adoula has its politica position by success of the unity drive. Conditionally, Tshombe pro- posed in a letter to the United Nations last Wednesday that for- eign exchange earnings of the Union Miniere du Haut Katanga, tig mining corporation, be .turnec over to the Adoula government rather than Tshombe's Katanga regime. Getting the Union Miniere for- eign exchange payments into the hands of the central government has been a major objective ol U.N. Secretary-General U Thaal under a unity plan which Thanl put forth last August. Tshombe's move appears to be a concession under the Thant plan but Wash- ington officials see. a possibility that Tshombe may stall negotia- tions which are'still necessary'to details.of-the-proposal. Money Among other things', Tshombe and Adoula will have 'to agree on the proportion of the million of foreign exchange which the central government would pass on to Katanga. Also involved is the question of the division of the minimi annual-Union Miniere tax payment which has recently gone to Katanga but under a new ar- rangement would be divided be- tween Katanga and: the centra] government.. Other issues which will have to be settled before Katanga is con- sidered to be a part of a pro- posed new Congo federation, in- clude integration of the armec forces of the province into the forces of the central government. Big Income Union Miniere has a foreign ex- change income of about mil- lion a year. Of that total about 40 per cent or million stays in Belgium where the company pro- cesses Katanga copper and co- balt.-The net: foreign exchange turned over to the Congo there- fore would be about -million A year. Presidential .adviser Chester Bowles said in a speech in New York" on Friday night that there is a threat of civil -war in the Congo unless the unification issue is resolved fairly soon. Administration authorities here declined Saturday to set any pre- cise.deadline for further action by Tshombe..But they did say im- portant steps toward unification must.be taken in a matter of Two Crashes Mar Friday Two accidents were recorded Friday afternoon on Ada streets. Charlie Carter, Wynnewood, was going East on Main 'Street. He was struck by a car driven by .Elvia E. Wilmeth, 40, driving louth on Stockton. She later for- feited a bond on a charge of failure .to yield the right-of-way. The .accident took place at p.m. :W. B. Morrison, .74, was the driver of a car which struck another auto, driven by Don -L. Tucker, at the intersection of Twelfth and Constant. Morrison later "forfeited a bond on a charge of improper brakes. The accident was recorded at One reason they put men's faces on money is that women are satisfied just to get! their hands on it (Copr. Gen. Feai Corp.) how Craig McBrooni flndi winning '.clan A Cougar coach whilt Jubilant: fani- him, off field on shoulders., 'Among in picturt -fullback Bob Ktlio (No. 66) and win, imiliny bthind Staff But Ada Won! After Team Wins The Game By JOE LOONEY Poor old Mac. Ada won the state champion- ship, but 'the good-luck Cougar' .didn't .survive the post-game .festivities; He-was pretty well clobbered by a few boisterous John shall -folks who1' wanted -a -trophy to take home. They got no tro- phy only bruises-...... in the scuffling, right after the-'final gun, big- wooden Cougar '-was smashed up :into' kindling. The brawl- -ended abruptly when a batch of Tulsa-.- police, and three or four'large-' sized Ada alums appeared-out' out nowhere. No one cared much, except maybe :the -people who made Mac. Everyone -else was busy lugging Coach Craig McBroom off the field, strutting about and general making a big noise over the 14-7 victory. Thus the ranks of Class A championsh'ip'.troptiy returned to it's accutomed-hqme: Only four 'times in it been in -any other: and- two of thdse were-years the Cougars .were seeking after the class'AA cup. 'The Ada fans began their celebration when John Marshall surrendered. the -ball -on; a thwarted-fourth' down "play. Im- Chinese Communists Hit Hard At Russians ,HONG KONG Chi- nese Communists have started.to strike back hard at Soviet Pre- mier Khrushchev for the scorn.he' heaped on 'Red China in Moscow earlier this week. They launched their'counterat- tack by belatedly publishing sharp criticism of Khrushchev, deliv- ered by Wu -Hsiu-'chuan, Peking's delegate, -at. the Czech party con- gress last week. Wu charged .that the ion was directly responsible for the present serious dissension-in the world. nese-Communist delegate said re- cent-attacks by-'the Soviet Union and other' Communist countries against; Red China'-'and Albania have resulted in '--serious-.conse- -further attacks would.lead to.even graver consequences. Wu, told the congress; "The most .the': fact that' many Communists blame Albania for the current dis-. sensioa Communist movement." Peking's official People's .Daily continued ..the Chinese "Commu- nist charging the Soviet-Union was "scared-out of its in-the-Cuban- The tempp-.of :inutual fecrimina-: tions between Moscow -and .-Peking, has stepped" up' during week. 'thus, .thin ;dis-.j .guise' -with-which; they used'.to. veil! their charges against each other -other by ih'dications-sugT, gesting. words will mediately, fan swarmed out of, the- Bandsmen began to form for a" march. The bench arose and streamed to the sideline marker. Quarterback Richie J am e s heard John.. Marshall .--coach Vince R o b i s o ii screaming "Tackle that and played try'- arid- .g4t--me -.before -.1 ground with, the John MarsKall line. Then -the- gun sounded: and bedlam broke loose.'Th'e sobbing. John Marshall cheerleaders were overwhelmed :'a't ;the, side- L'nes by overjoyed- Ada'': folks. who grabbed up McBr'bpm.and hoisted him to their .shoulders for the victory There, were old and-, young faces- 'in -the cheering' crowd. Wayne Mullinax, who hasn't missed a championship game in 20 years, was'in-there cheering. Among the uniforms "of today's players_c'ould be.seen.'fac'es who once wore those1 same suits; Wayne and C h a r 1 e-s Mayhue, for example, zoomed into the stadium just'in'time .Jtickoff. p'ell-mell dash froiri had been practicing' iall1 -'-afternoon for Orange.'Bowl under Bud Wilkin- .son. v' -Mike last quarterback; who 'just finished a-. "banner year at' 'East was the. along with Jerry.- Thompson, great .at'jAda'.' and greater. were all-staters-' Kirby; Jthe'- 1943' team'..- Summers from, the 1958'; ''Hobd.Vrlseo, prepj- all-Americar-was' jeliying for; "business-; reasons. 'scoutsi-1.' One." a great j in-'- 'terest. in Johnny "'.Carter. (Contihutd on- Two) v; In To Have Searchers Spot Plane In Jungle RIO DE JANEIRO, Bra- zil (AP) A Brazilian air liner .missing .with. 50: per- sons board was sighted crashed- -in an Amazon jun- gle' clearing' Saturday just 30 'miles; short of its destination on a. flight from -Rio de Janeiro, the airline Panair do Brasil reported. It said .there was no word on survivors. Fernando Hupsel de. chief, spokesman here for Panair do Brasil; said the own search planes 'spotted the downed plane. But he said there were no details to report; other, than" that the four-engine Constellation, a propeller driven p-I a n e, had "crashed in a clearing." No Life A spokesman for- the air force's search and rescue service said its search planes reported no sign of life at the crash; scene. He said the air .'force therefore decided against ther riskyjioperation of parachuting: rescuers into the jun: gle or dropp'ingjsuppliek 'Ground. ..teams -were- hacking through 'the jungle the It-had preparing'. .the Amazon .Riven, port" of :Man- ,Communicatjons.in..the Amazon area' apparentlyi.acf counted' for errbheous.' announce- by the Air Ministry and. the airline that plane, had ;beeri located Friday; -'-The Air.. Ministry said its false, that .'all aboard 'had survived a forced landing on a lake shores-came from its Rescue-Serv- ice. Plane Vanished The. plane, captained by- a vet- eran- Amazon area pilot, disap- peared six minutes before .it -was due to. land. It had left; de Janeiro about 36 hours before on .'a lumbering, nine-stop .flight- -up the Brazilian coast, then inland over, the Amazon River- to Man- aus. The pilot', 'Capt Dalvo da Costa, gave no'indication of trouble when he-messaged, "Ready to at a.m. The control tower at Manaus said it lost 'contact with the. plane after that.' Panair do Brasil- said long- layovers route accounted: the .long' time pe- riod involved in the flight-from Rio de Janeiro. Crash Injures 7-Year-Old Boy A young Ada boy was rushed to Valley View Hospital Saturday evening in'a two-car collision at .Eigtlth and The injured boy was. identified as'Jimmie 'ColquitC 527 West Second.'-; He''was .a 'passenger .in a car driven by. James ft Colquitt. The .Colquitt .auto was 'going west oh Eighth when it was struck while .crossing1 car driven' :by; -Evelyn Burrows! Route a, -Fitzhugh. One passenger was, inYthe.'Burrpws Fiye c l.iidin'g in, the :oft ficers said .the ou'f of? the' car ,b'y the "impact: Officers 'saidithe' accident' took' place .V: Six Escape Sapulpa Jail After Overpowering Keeper SAPULPA API-Five men ov- erpowered-a -jailer, locked him in a cell and escaped with a woman from the Creek County jail here Saturday: One man and-'the woman, were picked-up'a-short time-later, but the other-' of, them con- sidered dangerous remained at large.' An-automobile; reported stolen near the courthouse'was-later found iii west- Tulsa; and police there -began'-a- search -wiffi'dogs: The four-who made good the es- cape were Jack 38, of Shamrock; Nolan Ray Craft, 30, of Tulsa; Tommy Conway, 32, of and Joe Wayne.Lamb, J.-27, of- Oklahoma City; "Officers said Craft and-Lamb were considered more dangerous than the' others; They "had -been i held on burglary charges since: Dec. 1 when a Bristow woman surprised two'men ransacking her home. Coriway.also 'was being held on burglary charges, -and.Pittser. was held on a morals (he sher- iff's office said. v. Sapulpa police picked "up. Dale Hill', serving time on traffic charg- es and Glenda'Snodgrass, 24 serv- ing six'months for bogus .checks. Open Vital Conference PARIS Charles de..Gaulle and British Prime Min- ister. Harold Macmillah''begani Sat- urday iarphase of diplomatic'con- sultation' with, implica- .tiohs-for the'fiiture of "the'Western' The highly secret dialogue at Rambouillet was the first of two encounters for beset- -with. setbacks "at homeland abroad: latibns, Europe the, ..r. can play, Yet -the' Basic ;purpbse of; Mac-; informal1': weekend -with De'- i :fipdp out, .if. He the prospects'. are' Common Market: Iff the _answer to this'-riddle gov- ernment -and'the future of'his -is- land the-'imminent; sentence :pf Britain's 'nii- Washington's' -reappraiMl of'the Skybolt 5 rocket" program- implies for for other1 Allied ultimate -end of "their ;to their- own' 'na- tional'nuclear forces-'In these ex- changes "-asm.- un- doubtedly will ;be to; win a prive m'tbe form of'some kind of substitute, deal ithat would still leave Britain with a'Ueastia'semi- independent" nuclear strike force. Gitrlis Growers Frozen Crop Of Fruit la. The Florida Citrus Commission called an emergency session for Sunday to decide-wHether to-halt citrus fruit shipments' from' Florida after a crippling cold waveythat played havoc-with, hopes .fora' mil- lion cropi If an embargo is imposed at the .will next assess damagesTantfrnspect quali- ty "-.fruit1 Bryant has. said inferior fruit _will not be 'stiipped'. the .state, off ''.after. 'a cold' speft1 the most severe in appeared Accident Hobaii Wbrlcer 24; .Hobart', was "crushed 'to' death Saturday when'-; a; pole, -collapsed and; fell'' on him- ;.while -he -was working as ;'a: Public Service line and others. were moving some power Unes. .-'at .Hob'artls-iairport' where the accident occurred. 5 about 20 Vfeet up the .pole snapped ;'rand threw him the ground, then fell to hinge on how much could be salvaged before warm weather 'deteriorated frozen fruit, -and on the extent of -recovery- of late- maturing'Valencia oranges. A planeload of.-workers arrived in-West Pahn''Beach-from Jamai- ca to'assist-in a huge salvage operation. With temperatures ris- ing, a thaw dead- line. V Two thousand :Jamaicans, cruited' to-.help 'salvage; fruit, sugar, .cane" and -vegetable crops continue, .arriving- schedule two "planes Growers'..expressedC.hope that "some'of .cia crop, origmaDyifestimatedyat saved. A.box-is worth to -V have been as "heavy as feared, ii-Biit most vegetables in- south' Floridals' extensive" winter ,'acfeag'es inay'-be lost U- l.'Planes and. Helicopters whirred over fields south j of -Miami wbere'temperatures dipped to 31" degrees early. .Saturdayj; keep' frost of .old tires were a smoke The two bad gone to the Sapulpa bus terminal. Jailer Vern -Huffman said he went to the men's cell to let them they.asked.to take a shower. They shoved .the .door open' against him, .he said; .and threw a blanket over his head.I- Huffman said -theydragged- him into took .his keys and locked the, door. 'Then they .re- leased the -woman. Seven other prisoners in the .cell with the men refused to leave; Huffman said. j.The.eg-year old jailer suffered a bruised arm when he was knocked to the floor. "I'm not he said. Airline Pilot Says Bomber Buzzes Craft .NEW YORK of an-Eastern Air -Lines persons aboard-said Saturday h'ej with; a B47 bomber by, only .100 'feet -iFriday -over -Lake Charles, ..Tiead-'i 'quarters; NebliCcon- but- aaic no'repprt'bf ;a5 hear 'missrwas inade.byj.any of "However, the'. headquarters :'coh- cededjsuch an -incident :could 'have tak'eh-place without-the .bomber p'npt The a Boeing 720, was en. route from.Houston to Atlanta, New. York'and Boston with.34-pas- sengers "and; ia. crew of seven.' A: representative 'of the: airline quoted: -the-pilot, .CapL Sanford.o'f'West as saying he dived the passenger craft to 1 The airline, quoted -Sanford as saying: .'.'I looked upland I saw a B47 coming.-in" at a 90-degree-an- gle -to.-my.-.course, from left to right. It was about 500.feet ahead of me and apparently at my same altitude. "I pushed over' the stick, and dove- under it I passed under it and cleared it by only about 100 feet." He saidt the bomber-pilot, took no apparent evasive action. He said .the. weather. ..consisted -of "clear, visibility in.a broken over- 'Ralph -McGffli; publisher, of .the Atlanta. a pas- enger'.bn the airliner. .He said the in- jury in: the. dive -because.'they. still were takeoff.'' He' praise ifor Sanfordiand'his quick Criest'si Still iShorf Of Goal pledges areiec'br'ded. This -nearly .ten ..thou- sand the Now the! Chest officials'are even pleaduig.'for" of the assign- ment .folders. This; must' be-done, if a-follow-up campaign can-be carried out systematically .afc.all. By W. D. LITTLE JR. For the the massed choir will file'onto-, the ;he auditorium'..at. East'Central State College on Monday night, to sing tlie immortal "The Robert W. Kaebnick, .chairman of the'department.of music conducts the perform- ance. The ..accompanying. symphonic' orchestra of 34 musicians'is'com- prised of the college- community orchestra, and- ten members, of. the Symphony... Norman certmaster; '-of the .again take the same role :The performance begins at 8 .o'clock ber. .17. ;-Attendance is': .iot. only ila many .people1- other; cities -thisi ".Associated Christmas for "many -generations; other Although the, sta- ture of the composition and its .composer, ,G.e q.r g ey.-Frederick Handel, have -become .controver- th'e. natiye finally. KingGeorge. was .Chorus'.'-that he it is tradiUorial that audiences stand.-during and This yeanthe immortal oratorio will be remodeled auditorium: fcpllege. It' pro-i jtime. a. stage both; accompanying oc-- The -capacity- crowds of. Jhe past indicate, seats will be1 oc- cupied again'-this-.year.'.; than.-180 choristers will sing. Perhaps size as, Kaebnick'; 'admits the; choir 'Jis isif .of- -.in', ,'tb'e1 Kundfedtadditlonal'.', seats sectionjs' the i promises-; to fbei surig.. and played .on tingling new. here. The tenor solos will be taken by -Grants..Wilh'ams, as-: of voice at.Okla- homa, State University.: He. is a' gradiiate of Juilliard'r School ;ipt operatic' experienceVin' -New "York, yEhila- City; .mi :sung oratorio; tenli'years-'jn ..including" .Riverside' :-fe Mercer' of.music be heard in the bass solos. Shaw's career started, col- lege with'3ison Glee Club of !0kla- homa L Since .then; he with 'Air Force. Hour 'Quartet; the 'midwest- Has albums. on the market ione by sary-ues. -St. Episcopal Church and -member, of -the'-music 12 Families Are Left Homeless NORTH HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) A fourren- gine cargo airliner, groping irough fog; crashed: in tow- ering: .flames amid .homes and -industries of the crowd- ed San Fernando Valley Friday 'night. Eight or nine persons were killed: The Flying Tiger .Line' .Super arriving after a reg- ular daily "flight from Boston and Chicago, tore' down crackling, pow- er .lines and '.smashed or nine houses' "and 'two industrial plants.- Two houses .were de- stroyed; Tanks Explode The .plane, flying ..eastward', crashed at p.m. about a mile' short of its Lockheed air Terminal. Its gas tanks exploded; flames engulfing a house.. One engine hit a truck. The fuselage ground ahead for about 500: feet; battering. into. the bathroom, of a home where a, couple- unhurt watched 'television! The crash'piuhged a-wide :area into. -darkness .in- this .suburbia partrof -.theLCity-of Los Angeles. AeronauticS'-Board; inj "route other, .-probed ;the-; vVi-wreckagefstrewn i- of pried" into 'or .posaibly The, area .ol'- -damaged homes garages ''and: trees; measured! 'ap- proximately 85 feet. One fireman, T-. among 19', companies that a ;badly cut wrisU and several, residents other families told'of .miraculous escapes; Food -The, 'Flying 'Tiger Xine offered food; -dpiliing, "and shelter to half reported by .tbe Red Cross to have lost all or most of their possessions in The 'dead, were 'mangled and their count- difficult. Coroner's aides' awaited, dental-'charts and.othe? clues -to identification. Police ;Sgt-T. H. Gerber "We have'fpur female bodies and five parts of bodies: We're; making nine death re- The coroner's office' hpwr ever, it had only eight bodies-- four males, four ;famales.. Crewmen Die A Elying Tiger spokesman -said four men: aboard the' plane were presumed dead.. although, the.-cor- oner's .office had identified only the- body-.'of. 'Flight Engineer Jack said the others were Capt'Karl C. Rader; veteran.of the com: John A.. 01- sen, ofiiiearby, S.uhlandi ,a passen- ger. -in the of ing Tiger's, nearby Burbank office; Flying Blazek, also: was-tentatively identified; plane. Mrs; Blazek was the moth- er of ;Elliott of wife of a Flying Tiger; had a pass to ride- .here, a, spokesman saii 'J Crash It; was the. Une's. fourth .crash; this, A transport .carrying 107 persons-vanished Pacific, last ta'" the' killing' 29 'of 75 crash off. Cold Bay, one man.' he saw the big plane come in low- out of the mist "It hadjitsjanding gear and the flaps dowhj" he ing ,-burning. The i '.the plane. GeBeraUyfair. ind mild tonight, Siuday aid tonight i   

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