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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 17, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma W. can remember when th. only muffler yoU ever saw oH a teen's hot rod wa, th. oH. h. wore aroDnd hi. neck ori But were th. day, when on, or two nuts had hot rods instead of .v.ry kid In block. At 103, Pop's Still Going Strong, Page 3 THE ADA EVENING Nicklaus, Palmtr Deadlock In Open See Sports 9 59TH YEAR NO. 82 ADA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1962 32 Pages 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY SUMMER BAND IN FULL annual tumm.r band program for Ada itudentt f. indlrS.y noW at th. high .chool band building. In photo Bob McGuir. g.ts a hand and sag. musical advic. on th. playing of th. upright alte.horn Nichols, a band v.t.ran. Th. burg.oning summ.r program .11 divided into two Motions for th.'gr.d. school and junior high bandsm.n iff .nt r.ason for the ".w look and quality of Ada bands. Richard V.nd.walker of Ad. High School and Kidw.l conduct th. annual program. (Aneth.r pieturt, Amui.m.nt Staff Operations At Airport Win Praise After Investigation By GEORGE GURLEY I Operations at the Ada Munici- pal Airport Thursday got a clean bill, of 'health after an investiga- tion by a special sub committee of the Chamber of Commerce's and Aviation Committee. The actual investigation was done by a sub committee of the parent group. Price and Heaton complained of comparable .size to Ada. Serv- on the method of handling hangar ing on the investigatory group charges pointing to some cases with Torster were Don Clawson, where they said no charges were Don Keener, Dr. Orange Welborn made. Price further hinted at and- Oliver Parker. llldUC. J. preferential treatment and com- preierenLiai ucauiitiiu --------Dr3----------- plained of pilfering and tampering changes which would be beneficial. with his aircraft. Paul Forster headed a subcom mittee which investigated the air- Ttv cfunciimen asked the com- mittee Wh'Ch inveEtt8ated stressed that nothing was found J e He read a report out of Hne in the t Jl.m anrt found no basis for the charges tion but such steps would a at the airport after Bill Price and Leroy Heaton appeared at a council meeting in May. They made charges against the opera tion and indirectly against Charley provement" and "superior" to Davis, operator of the facility. I what was offered m other cities found no basis for the charges tion but such steps would Ire a made' by the two men. The report deterent to future criticism, termed service at .the field "ex-' They likewise suggested some calling it a "great im- changes might be in order to pro- provement" and "superior" to vide additional security for the Korean Premier Quits In Economic Dispute SEOUL (The Tiger) Yo-Chan, hero of the Korean war and postwar revolution, quit as premier Saturday in what ap- peared to be a dispute over chart- 191 Children Sign Up For Read Program At the close of the second week of the Children's Summer Read- ing program sponsored by the Ada Public Library, 191 are en- rolled. Mrs. Jewell Bowers, li- brarian, said there is still plenty 14 of .certificate, although 'it is hoped most will read many more. At the close of the second week 11 out-of-town children are enroll- ed, 49 from Hayes School, 49 from Washington, 32 from Willard, 14 from Irving, 12 from St. Joseph's, eight from Glenwood, three from Ada Junior High School and pre-school agers. Fifty have their names on the pumpkin house, which means they have read five books and thirty have received their book- worm pins for having completed eight books. Designed to encourage good reading habits, the theme of the program this summer is Story Book Land. The program ends August 3. ing South Korea's economic fu- ture. His entire cabinet resigned .with him. But the military junta ac- cepted only the resignations of Song and Finance Minister Chun Byung-Kyu. Song and Chun were reported sharply-'divided on eco- nomic policy. Thus the civilian facade erected by the ruling junta was chipped away further. On March 24, Presi- dent Yun Po-sun quit in protest against the blacklisting of many Korean politicians. Long a friend of the United States, Song occupied a largely figurehead position as. premier. His resignation came as a sur- prise. Under the Song and his Women are to blame for most of the lying men do. They insist on asking Gen. Fea.'Corp.) it- was is they even were consulted when the junta announced its currency reform' last Saturday. This cur- rency revaluation has virtually paralyzed businss in South. even as Song and'his fi- minister were stepping the junta announced 'a freeze of million in-Korean bank accounts to provide funds for industrial, development, under a government corporation. Song told a news .conference he submitted his resignation June 7, three' days before the currency re- form was announced. aTSSJs-.-i.'-ssr, had been unable to step down ear- demonstrations protesting the ments." U.S. military and economic aid U.O. IHilitcUy i.-... The investigating sub commit- University of Oklahoma: He was a 195g graduate of Ada High leading to the Master of Fine Arts degree in Playwriting and Drama- The 21-year-old Adan graduated with a Bachelor of-Arts degree in English this springAfrom the In order to gain acceptance to UC1U, UL1ICI Liiuii i jwu, IJMW ft "w encountered any troubles in the the Yale school, Roberts submit- operation or with their aircraft, ted a one-act play, a scene and a ULJci uLLUU My course rentals. of study will consist "''mostly of The sub committee delivered seminars, in writing with chances its-report at a luncheon meeting for student production." Thursday at the Aldridge Hotel. The school outstanding faculty. 'Roberts will study under John Gassner, noted critic and author. Gassner's. latest book was "Theatre at the Crossroads." Roberts is a son of-Mr. and Mrs, Vernon'Roberts, 307 West Twentieth. His father is an Ada attorney.. ADDITION-Thing. hav. gon. w.ll this y.arat th. d..r p.n ,n W.nt.rsmith Park H.r.'. proof. Frf'. D..r. Lat.r th.r. was Daddy D..r and finally w. hav. Baby D..r. Th.r.w.r. .total of four d..rjn th. p.n, two bucki and two do.s. Th. of th. two coupl.. obviously got on w.ll Th. fawn was born 10 day. ago. Moth.r.nd son ar. doing w.ll and Daddy couldn't b. hi th. .nt.r. affair. Som. n.w ttrnbly vocal turk.ys and p.. fowl also roam in th. p.n on th. .ast sid. of th. park. Th. fawn is difficult to s... Most of th. tim.. Mama l.av.s him ear.fully hldd.n in th. Staff ___________ Ada Weather Turns Nutty During 1962 At mid-June, the weather in Ada and Pontotoc County could' WASHINGTON (AP) The Flight Engineers International As best be described as famine." "feast or C llgllU JUUglllCdO llltCl anvi TT sociation brushed off a warning against all or one of the by Kennedy .and-: an- Pan American World already matte June -the' most pro- ductive month of 1962; A.S- of Saturday, a 'total of inches had 'fallen during most of it in a four-day period from June 7 through June 11. That heavy precipitation came hard on the heels of one of the dryest Mays on record. May produced only 2.64 inches of rain, as opposed- to .the average May total of around five inches, June made up for it, at least in total' The average June total is about four inches and the month has. already produced 50 per cent more than that with 13 days -to go. The total rainfall to date in 1962 is 16.44. At this same time in 1961, it was 16.82. Last year, only 3.41 inches fell. In June. The 1962 total is now about the same as it was for the first six- months of 1961. Last year's over- all rainfall was slightly lower than normal.' 'tfon's largest -airlines. of this year. The May total of 2.64 came mostly during the last six days of the month. One factor makes the -picture worse in 1962. The big June to- tal was chalked up in a very short time. In fact, almost half Airline Walkout Looms As Union Ignores JFK's Plea xactly when the walkout will be- gin and whether it will be directed witlv-three'-.of-.the na- Airlines.- mi o ittigcji. -au. juuyo. yytf will IIUL UC clUic LV ten JUIA But the union'left up in. the air until late tonight or.early tomor- Three Die In State Crashes On Saturday By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Oklahoma's 1962 highway fatal- ity toll rose-to 277 with two traffic deaths Saturday and .one late Fri- day night. The toll this time last year .was 287. The victims: Robert S. Smith, 56, Alva. Oren D. Shaw, 23, Del City. Mrs. Ida Mae Jordan, 64, Den- ver, Colo. 1 Mrs. Jordan' was killed when the car driven by her husband, Ray Jordan, 69, went out of control and .overturned on Oklahoma 3, about 10 miles west of Kingfisher late Friday night. Highway Patrolman Don Bad- union spokesman. "We still have several people to get in touch with. We are doing this as- fast .as possible." The decision to in defiance of Kennedy's strong ap- taken after a meeting of 400 flight engineers in' New York.and a flurry of cross-coun- :ry telephone calls to union offi- A strike on the three airlines would ground 40 per cent of the nation's commercial airline serv-I (Continued on P-tg. Two) uwu lium-i. _ Highway Patrolman Don.Had- The.biggest dry spell came app'arently went during 23 rainless days in May the 'accident and berserk-' after the accident pulled a pistol on motorists and officers at the Irskine Tulsa, an agent for the-state'.Alcoholic Beverage Control -stunned Jordan with a blow, on- the -head. Hadlock then disarmed the man. The case snore ume. in IBCI, annual then disarmed the man. Tt of it (2.25) came in just one-half -s investigation. rirttir last SiinHaV lYlomintT 'Thflt .ni._......__ 4-U, hour last Sunday morning. That means the run-off was tremend- ous and the usable product of the rain was not As of Saturday; the dry weather had- returned; with no rain recorded in the past five days. v According to E. Pitt, observer .at the Ada Greenhouse, here are the rain- (Continued on'Pig. Two) I Alva. 'Shaw was. killed when the semi- trailer, truck he was driving went out "of control and overturned on Oklahoma 18 about a mile south .of Tecumseh early'Saturday. I He from the vehicle i and pinne'd.'beneath the trailer.. Smith..died; in. an. Alva -hospital Saturday from injuries, suffered June 11 when .his car overturned on.U. S.. 281 about a mile''south of You Can Buy But You Better Not Use _ i____ ,_ -__i.. un'th' n p-y- ist is still hooked becau! By ERNEST THOMPSON Before the repeal of prohibition, ole debbil rum posed somewhat of a legal.dilemma was illegal to but-not illegal to buy' it: A similar curiosity is posed by the'Jaw governing :automobile ex- For certain types of mufflers, it s s-s demonstrations proiesung currency reform program. He did ]gw officers ny DlneTaM he was resieing be- other.single'automobile part. cause'he had been "Sfe to Si about desired accomplish--- ating vehicles with "improper mufflers" or "improper ex- Just what is According to Ada's.-traffic ordi- nance: "Any. motor vehicle on a Mn DBHK all tlTYlPC ho wifh'3 mllF. have knowingly tampered with their stock, mufflers to make a racket. They "rack" in first 'and second gears just to hear the roar of their motors. of the'-: statute' is evident in regard "glass- The. muffler is for at practically all stores which stock :autb accessories. -It is small- er, cheaper and some say more efficient than the standard mufr all be equipped .with'a muf- 'ft fler in constant operation to pre- vent an excessive or unusual noise'and no such muffler, nor the exhaust shall be. equip- ped with a cut-out, by-pass or sim- ilar, devjce. No person shall mod- ify the exhaust system of-vmotor vehicle, in .a will amplify or increase.' the noise emitted louder than that, emitted by the muffler originally installed vehicle." The city law follows, batim, .the state statute: .-On the law appears. to be .simple. And, it is, insofar as it deals: with mufflers'jwhich haye tampered.''with' -or changed in order, to noise. Many of.the cases Court involve '.youngsters, with or-t'gut- ted" the cut- and-dried cases the offenders I material burns' the "glass- fler. .The difference stand- ard: muffler V'; outer shell and an 'inner pipe -which is fluted .to absorb the .noise ..a also. .has "the. two pipes, but packed 'between them is an'; insulation material, similar to lathe shavings. When th'ere difference. in _the' noise pack" comes-'up with a louder ex- haust sound. The moral of .this story, .then, it would appear is to not buy a. few :people know the differ- ence. 'They see the lower price' and they buy it.. at .least. some cars have come, from. the factory with a "glass-pack" as ment. That provides another dilemma. The statute, must be equipped muffler to pre- vent excessive noise, but in the .second demands that no person .shall 'modify the exhaust system -to'j increase the noise'be- yond that which is emitted by: the muffler vehicle'. -originally iristalled.'on: the happens the motor- ist is still hooked because of the first provision: of the law.; Police Chief .Homer Gosnell says: situation' when these mufflers' are allowed to be these mufflers'are allowed ,to be away, her face are not .legal to :use after to con- a certain time. .But; as long: as .emotionsj- the law remains what we LITO ICITV Kananer ana nis wne iciu wit? have courtroom' limmediately..' .without in prtnrf i.-- L- "glass- packs'.1 provide 'that no, new orists to use them: Drjbe money.. .In the meantime, poL'cemen will fCAntlnu.d. continue rack .the "rackers. able to tell you ice, amounting average.of domestic'and inter- national' passengers.'daily.'.-..' flight engineers, saidHiinion touch with any: government officials dur- ing the day. "We -don't .believe the govern- ment has any interest in this any he said. The calls that-poured in and out- of the union office connected President Ronald A. Brown with union officials in New York, Mi- ami and. Kansas City. Joining in the decision to strike were H. S. Dietrich in Kansas City, president of the TWA chap- ter; Jack Robertson in Miami, Jury Convicts Justice Of Trying To Fix Case NEW YORK (AP) State Supreme Court Justice J. Vincent Keogh, a former William O'Dwyer aide who once aspired-to his boss' job. as mayor, was. convicted Satur- day night of'trying to fix a federal court case; A federal jury of nine men'and three women debated three days to reach'a" verdict'of'guilty brib- ery to, lighten a'b'ankruptcy fraud case sentence. 1 Convicted with 'the 56-year-old, veteran of 12 years-on'the trial court bench were a former assist- ant. U.S.. attorney El- liott'Kahaner, 36, and labor rack- eteer Antonio (Tony Ducks) Coral- 47. They face sentences of five years, in jaii and a fine. Dist: Judge Edward Weinfeld set July.- 17. for- sentencing. Keogh, who. a debonair- the month-long1 trial until-. the' -tensions, of the 'long jury. deliberations began to break through. his urbane -manner told reporters'.'aftec. verdict: "lam innocent Nothing anyone can say or do can change -that fact. My attorneys will 'press my appeal from this unjust conviction as soon as He apparently -was., stunned by the verdict '.and remained for 10 ininutes after' court was ad-: journed. .His: wife of-20 former. Rosemary Agnes- Brick- Kahaner and' his wife left the- large, in court." reporters: Corallo, Oklahoma Highway Patrolman wbo, record have much-.the but oniy one conviction-a narcot- be straw hat at tempted to. "temper justice. with. .nnlllc .-a ambled from a; rakish 'angle and ambled from iciiinieu iv. a-jaijisn-angle anti amoiea rrom mercy" in the "glass-pack, cases, cou'rtroom with'; a smile. Robert' MyErdman, sute .under the law. ortnopeaic .Almost all agree the answer is admitted go-between -in the a change in the ouflaw fix. attempt> testifiedVthat he paid sale as -weU as use of-. glass- w.soo': Keogh and; Kahaner SOO.'tb use their in-'be-. 50Q .-to use tneir iniiuence'-m- oe- c' equipped with them; or (3) half: of -sanford1 Moore. Corallo, 'rewrite the statute .to allow mo- h'ebed raise'the Two) Fancy Tanks Get Good Use In Viet Nam GO DAU HA, South Viet Nam ;AP) A new amphibious ar- mored personnel :'carrier, the made its combat debut, in South Viet Nam- Saturday, sweep- ing a wide arc. along the Cam- bodian frontier of Communist guerrillas. Vietnamese drivers-and troops haye been'training.with 32 of the new past two months, the first time'they were brought to bear on a real enemy. The' "eighttori tracked vehicle, which carries about 12 troops, is capable.of crossing many, types of waterways and muddy ,Tbere, of operation, supported by "U.S.'Ma- rine helicopters'-aniajfleet" er craft. The 30 new armored -carriers were supposed; a pincers movement -about' 40 'miles' northeast (Continued-on Pig.'Two) OKLAHOMA Clear to part- ly cloudy thitxiga Sunday night; few and- Bight time thundersUnns nt.i tl'y northwett ex- treme northwest tonigkt; low to-. mlfht.U extreme northwett to 71 wmlaeart; kith ftiaiay W-M. V ;