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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma                             An English priest, giving a speech here last why some folks were taking notes. Tound out they were memberi of an ACT production, set in 19th-century England.- Were makirig notes on the proper British accent. Restaurants Are Glum Over Taxes, See Page Three Cougar Cagers Enter McGuinness Tourney; See Sports Page 9 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1962 20 PAGES 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY crowd. The a dosure was made two miles northeast. of Tupelo. (NEWS Staff Photo) Last Joint Is In City With Atoka -By GEORGE GURLEY Early Wednesday afternoon a small group of men stood around a raw hole in the earth northeast of Tupelo. They watched silently as a huge crane gently eased a piece of pipe into the "cut." The pipe was painted a brilliant yellow. There was a good reason. It was the last full joint of con- crete pipe laid in the great line that marches northwest from Lake Atoka to the Elm Creek Reservoir just outside Oklahoma City. A final small section, a splice joint, closed the final opening and the pipeline was a fact. The job was .completed. And it is a fantastic Job. It was begun with OKAtoka and the Lock Joint Pipe Co. (now In- ternational Pipe.. and Ceramics Co.) as joint contractors. The con- tract was for And the contract, covered a'lot of ground, the huge transmission line, the terminal pump stations vital connections and'the treatment plant. To Ada, because of the location of the huge pipe plant and the far flung OKAtoka-operations, the pipeline itself was of paramount interest. Many local people work ed for Lock Joint or OKAtoka. And the line is'a fabulous en-.1 gineering. project. It' includes more than 99 miles of. huge pipe, all made the.excep- tion of ,some steel joints used in the S. 'Canadian river crossing. It includes nine major surge sla- tipns .and. 18 minor.ones..It--in- cludes 14.highway 'and' railroad crossings. There.are.blow-off as- semblies; air'vacuum-assemblies, air release stations-and-even the Canadian'crossing: The plant .began production on June 16, 1961. On July 25, a fleet of huge trucks-began moving_the joints of pipe out to their loca- tion on the line. To all extents, and .purposes, Kennedy, Macmillan Extend Talks aW _ To Extra Day To Cover the- line was completed on Decem her 7. The last core was poure at Ada-on November 16. .The: laying .'schedule.: called .fb 27 months. Actual laying time wa only 16 A total :of joints :6f 20-ft. pipe were'made-at the big plant in Ada'. The average i weight of each-joint .was The job broke'all kinds'.of-rec- ords. The line, was laid in .two spreads and both spreads set new daily, weekly and monthly marks.' 'A total of 50 miles was-laid north of the S.. Canadian'.River in only. 142 weeks. A total of. 49 miles, was laid south of the" .S. 'Canadian River in-only 27'weeks'.. (Continued on Page Two) Leaders Show U.S., Britain Stay Friends NASSAU, Bahamas President Kennedy and British-Prime Minister.Har- old', Macmillan waded..into a maze, of .complicated prob- .ems today in a determined effort .to .show the world ;hat .British :.Am.er i c.a n 'riendship remains, sjtrong despite a wrangle' clear strategy. The their 'work Eorced'" them to.--. prolong their talks an 'extra day'. The two were reported making progress ttfward.a compromise on iheir divergent views of1 the value of the controversial. Skybolt. mis- sile. The atmosphere in this, sun- bathed resort, seemed to be' one of rising hope. Long List The' President, and the prime minister were confronted by a long list of cold war problems as they got together at 10 a.m. at the hilltop mansion-occupied .-by the U S.-chief 'executive on a breeze- swept hill overlooking the sea. presidential aides advising Kennedy .on cold -war problem: were .standing, by for the: moment when the talks 'get into specific cold war areas.: Aides includec Phillip Talbot, .assistant secretary of state for Near East and South Asian affairs; W. Averell Harri man, assistant, secretary, of state for Far Eastern affairs; and J Kenneth dor to India. Schedules Padded Kennedy' and morning -and. afternoonP'sessions Friday to -their schedule. The President planned to 5 p.m.. Friday' for Palm .Beach White 'House press; secretary-Pi erre.Salinger said a communique will be issued, after, the :fina session.- The reason for prolonging th< Salinger said, wa "not just the Skybolt, but it is al of the NATO defense matters as well." "There1 is no question'that we are making good Sal- inger said. agenda was just too great to be handled.in two Still to be discussed .were such cold ..war matters as .the after- math of the Cuban crisis, the Chinese-Indian conflict.- Moscow's ideological .battle' with, 'the. Red Chinese and the variety of puzzles it presents, Arab Middle East problems generated by the over- throw of-the' feudal monarchy-in Yemen, and the European econo- my and the Common Market. Nuclear problems, Skybolt and the prospects' of a new Soviet- sparked crisis in "the. Congo gob- bled up the. two''leaders" time Wednesday. The most' nagging question was Britain's resistance to U.S. plans to scrap. Skybolt, the' American missile which Brit- ain planned, to', use as its chief independent nuclear, weapon. Although a.compromise was re- (Continued on Two) SIGN OF THE SEASON of First Lutheran ning it 7 th.n at 8 p.m. Eieh ptrformanc. only 20 Church will again this year "Tht. Living Christmas minutts. It will bt prtttnttd at tht north tdgt of Church numbers will act out the thrilling story of church's grounds. Vitwtri may take it taiy and watch fht Chriit'i birth.'Narration and-muiic will'accompany each production tht comfort- of tht. cari, parktd in tht ptrformanct, Tht -pageant will bt offertd for two tvenihgs, lot. (NEWS Staffphoto) Thursday, and Friday.' It will bt prtitnted twict tach tvt- Our King And Savior Draweth Nigh Ada Begins Christmas Celebration INSPECTION Howe caiti i critical at tht joint, the last tmall pipe cloitd big Tht hugt piptlint movt, northwi.t: from City for By ,WENONAH KUTHERFOKD "I bring. great will all peoplej.-jbr. to- you'-'-is.-born- this day 'in the-cityvpf'Dayidra-zSavofr' who 'is Christ 'the'' ;T-his theme -used-ih-'Ada churcfi services' as it will in '-churches throughout' Christiandom 'to cli- max' '.the' -'of' Christ- mas'.'' St! .Josephs Cattiolic''. Church wiE. begin the' Christmas season with and 10 .midnight mass. Monday, arid masses- at 8 and iO a. m. Tuesday; Dec. -the' celebration 'will e. -the. observance of midnight mass" Christmas-Eye-iri'lhe new church. The Rev.; John- Bloms, O.S.B.; is pastor 'of the parish. High temperature in ;Ada Wednesday .was-63, followed by .an overnight low of 58. The reading at 7 a.m. today was 58. OKLAHOMA Cloudy and colder tonight with', occasional rain east and south; cloudy east to partly clondy west Friday, extreme, east Friday morning; colder east and couth; low tonight 25 northwest :to 40 high Friday 32-42.; 23, the. sanctuary choir, :directed-by will' ieaturediat 'the .morning ship the-Adai -Mission- 'Baptist ,-Churcn. The 'Chil- dren's :Choif; Mrs; Jack 'be'; featured 'at the evening worship' hour Sunday beginning'at Rev. Kenneth Tatuin'is pastor of the Asbury Methodist' Church; said the.Christmas theme will be.used at services but .no'special pro- gram has been scheduled.'. The sermon chosen for the' Sunday morning service at the Church of Christ, 517' 'East Main, "Types, of "Men Represented When Christ Came." At the Southwest Church of Christ, 500 West the' -regular services schedule- will 'be follow- Church '.will hold', its" Christmas program''and turkey'dinner .'Sunday evening :be; in the Fel- lowship the church. The departments; of- the -church: school will be 'featured in the iprogram..- .AtSt: Luke's'Episcopal.Church the..-Christmas1- services will gin- Sunday at 4 .p.m.- with .-the church-school. Christmas service. This consists of Sung Even Song, by of'food. by. all church-school stu- dents, .a party and refreshments' in the- Parish. House -after1 t h'e service, the Ashby, rec- tor, said: .Christmas -Eye, beginning at 11 p.m. the Choral Eucharist- and si' sermon will'.be followed Christ- mas Day with the Holy Euchar- "No, special !seryices are planned at-the 'First'Baptist Church.-'" The First.Methodls'f Church will open the for come- and-go communion -Mon- day between -the hours 'of 6- to 8 pirn. Sunday evening a caroling party by-'the, Junior .and Senior High MYFs.ifscheduled.' Refresh.- ments will be. served 'at the close of the '.trip in the Fellowship Hal] of the .church. The. regular .program will be followed] the Free Will: Baptist Church, .where Rev. Delbert AMn is. pastor. The children of the First Luth- (Continutd on Two) Students Storm Consulate In Elisabethville ELISABETHVILLE, Katanga, the .Congo shouting "Efewn. with'Ken- and "Bash. the'., consul's .grounds. of the U.S..' consulate 'to- day, ..ripped down, the" American flag and broke'all the windows.. A. small 'shack'..'on': the .set'afire and windows of Con- sul Jonathan Deaii's parked .'car were Jbrbketi by'- stones.' Dean-and his staff watched.'.the demonstration-from withdrew .Mater ..to .'escape, the rocks. The 'students organized the dem- onstration after an announcement in New .Yor.k that'. the''.United States will' military equipment.' to .'bolster'-'the U.N. campaign to end Katanga's' seces- sion... President Moise .Tshombe's called 'to. the'scene, dis- persed, the .demonstrators.. About the ;and European, came back 'and'-broke again. They finally' .were scattered; by a platoon "of 'but one of the 'demonstrators '-'There is. riot will'be back." U.S.Keeps Busy Behind Scenes Of Negotiations Ken- nedy administration is playing a passive role onstage'in the. nego- tiations for- the'release o'f Bay of'Pigs prisoners; but it'.'is moving with full-force, .behind' the scenes... The involvement of government in the negotiations can' be" 'demonstrated by any. close check of the'statements'.and.a'c- :tivities.'of negotiators' and' govern- ment officials began shortly 'after 'the1, abortive invasion-.of Cuba in .Repbrtk ironT Havana, .indicate the negotiators', may. be yery. close release of 'the Cubans captured in "the rected .invasiorf." Fidel-. Castro, ;.'in exchange send the, men.back. to..the United before: disassociate' the negotiating .'committee's 'efforts; ,'h'e1; "his', Dec! 12 very But'.the the kind of operation the exchange ,uv volves, would'' need moire than sympathy, from, the- President. The American Red Cross has 'railroads, airlines and-trucking-firms are working round-the-clock'.to :push..the. thou- pounds of food-'and medi- cine into Florida-'for ment .txfCuba'-'iti case the deal is There have.' been' reports' that the President's brother, 'Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy, isydirectirig the government bperatibn in- sup- port of' the 'committee and-- its chief lawyer, James B. Donovan.. 'In 'New'. York; business' sources said that -Attyj''Gen; .Kennedy-had Requests''for -sbme'-of the' food 'and-drugs' being '.readied for vThese.-sbufces'isaid Kennedyide- scrib'ed'himself; as''acting as', a 'an admiiistration- official. told -'the they that the of the' President-; but-there were direct'.parr ticipation They; said .the attorney-.general (Cohtinutd Bellmon Sees Delegation From County OKLAHOMA CITY gallons from- Lawton and Purcell were to call Go v.-elect' Henry Bellmon. this afternoon. Bellmon 'said- he will go to.Tulsai tonight for a, private dinner at the home, of Clyde who was 'Republican' candidate, for 6th District 'congressman urtSSO. r a grouop. a Pontptoc., County-.! 'delegation, a group! from; 'Carter. and then lunch -with Highway .Director: Frank Belimoh -said he approves the principle' .of. handling more legal work through the -attorney .gener- al's office'. and .cutting-out- "huge" attorney fees'.'; such "as .have- been paid-in .the, past. .Nesbitt also, 'proposes to abolish legal 'divisions, in various, govern- mental.-.'agenties; and', transfer the work' to the -attorney general's of-. fice: .The governor-elect said, he take a. close look at.the.proposal-- by'Sen! Louis. to Kuild "a .'Capitol.'doine.'housiiig, a" new restaurant '..and1 finance... if with a bond issue! "On the' "surface isn't, very. appealing to .sai'd. Bellmon, U.N UNITED" NATIONS; -N.Y., (AP) The U.N. General Assembly today-to close', out'the heaviest agenda .in its history. It hoped to end session' to- night; With only, two major ..issues left' to'act the Pales- tine refugee ring ,down the curtain a daylahead of their; target. problem, .jn'pre- a'nd bitter llOiatibn 'committee Tuesday in 90 minutes. The General 'Assembly, was ex- dispose' of it- quickly ''despite' BSp'rbtest'.-by.'rSir Leslie' Munro of against'an American Tesoludon'to abolish" '.his' post.'of. U.N; r special representative with The United States said 't in presenting r whichicouldilead ;to'an imp'rove- ment-; of- the-lot ;bf. the jpeoBle.'.' Qommunist government 'TJepre'ssibn -'in' Hun-; gwyrlr-TV. 'annually; to, Tcon- 'ditibhs 'ief rtHe j American-iresblutibn; ur "a1 Hun- garian people no longer would be Assured that the iitteeijapprwalSof 'the Russians and river.njust as. in: the-reyolution; -this' ,v' The.'perennial-.question'of Pal- million-.Arab refugees itieoV.theVspecial; political .commit- weeks .of bitter finally ap- proved-a .extend education "pro-. more calls.on France and 'the .the refugees: by-.the   

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