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Apollo's Oxygen System Retooled Jerry's Telethon
CAPE KENNEDY, F I a . Barring problems, Apollo • A s a result the launch The board smd the explo- ,The t :i. n k s provide both
(AP) - Engineers bave al- 14 astron auts A 1 a n B. She- :team at Cap� Ken!1edy had I sion apparently occm:red .breathing oxygen _ and �x­
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most completed a n e w ox- pard Jr. ' Stuart A. Roosa trouble drammg hquld ox- .when two of . these wires .y gen f o r power producmg NEW YORK (AP) - The Lewis gets only two 1�­
ygen sy�tem f o r Apollo 14, and Edgar D. M it. chel l a r e ·ygen f r o m the tank during itouched, ca using a spark .fuel cells.
·a test two weeks before lthat ignited tenon in the 1 ----------- ' Jerry Lewis telethon for the minute breaks during t�e
nearly five months after an to blast off for the moon ·launching. Technicians in a Ip u re oxygen environment. fi'4 Muscular Dystrophy Associ- whole show for a shower
oxygen tank e x p 1 o s i o n �an. 31. Shepard, America's •never-before-used procedure :The fire spread to alum i-
rocked the Apollo 13 moon- first spaceman hack in 1961, turned on a heater in the lnum and
ship 205,000 m i 1 e s from and Mitchell are to land in ·tank to convert the liquid llatively combustible in ox-
other materials re- .. laffll•1y
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V L �,,.,.-ar ations will be seen national· and a rubdown .
iy f o r the first time since Delg ado is reluctant �o
earth. the · r u· g g e d Fr11 Mauro ·oxy gen to gas to vent it ,ygnn' raising the tempera- EDITOR'S NOTE: "" Am"'"'" Nevertheless, the court its inception in 1953. predict how much . the ?a·
. Bo, Assoclollon publl< lfflllce ,...
The new system 11;c · Jud es reg10n 1_n search of p ri· stme· ov2rboard lture and pressure m the •••• ., w111 s.,••,.. rejected Fred's claim. The The 20-hour money-raising tionw ide appeal will bring
three oxygen tanks mstead lunar soil. , They placed 65 volts on -tank and bursting it.
of �o, re��val of most The launching has been ,the circuit, welding shut two . G a s k i n s outlined these "This suit, " the friendly court said t b e salesman's show will be broadcast over in. "We have the same feel·
electrical wmng a n d all delayed nea rly four months .thermal switches designed .major changes in the sys- salesm an told Fred, "will statement w a s me rely an a special network of 65 sta- ing about prognosticating
�OJ!1bustible materi�ls. fr?m b_ecause of . the April exp!?- ,to take only 28 volts. Beech .tern: wear like iron." expression of opinion, n o t tions during the Labor Day the tote board that baseba�
ms1d� �e tanks, elimm at10n s1on . that ripped Apollo 13 s .bad neglected to fo llow a . -Addition of the third ox- About a year later, Fred a binding commitment. Weekend. It begins at 10:30 players have about no • h�t
of _stirring fans _and th1:rmal service module when. the as- ,specification calling for in- .ygen tank in a separate brought the s uit ba ck and p.m. E D T Sunday, Sept. 6, games," he said.
switches, �lectr1�al w 1 r e s tronauts were nearrng the ,s t a 1 J a t ion o f 65 volt .compartment of the service a sked for a refund. He As a general rule, the
sheathed rn stamle�s steel moon . pl fabric law permits a seller of and ends at 6:30 p.m. EDT In the e i g h t telethOJlS
,switches, the report said. .module. It will be sufficient com ained that the merchandise to do a good since 1953 donations amount-
and a better warnmg sys- One oxygen tank ruptured , The switch es we re intend- .to b r i n g the astronauts was beginning to s h o w Monday.
tern to alert the astronauts and damaged the second , 1ed to cut off the heater home from moon distance s i g n s of deterioration. deal of boasting in mat­ More than 50 top enter- ed to Sil million. Last ye a!
and ground control in c a s e draining t h e . command ship ,when the t e m p e r a t u r e should t h e other two tanks When t h e store t urned ters of opinion. T h e rea­ tamment and sports stars 1 MS collected $1, 753 ,835 . �r
of trouble. of most of ,ts power and ,reached 80 degrees. Instead , fail as t h e y did on Apollo him d own, he went to son, in the words of Judge will participate, including about 86 per cent of tqe
So me electric':'] elements ox y g e n . But Astron a uts ,the temperature rose un- .13. court to demand damages Learned Hand:
"There are some kinds Frank Sinatra, Johnny Car- slightly more than $2 mil-
of t h e systen: m the com- James. A. Lovell Jr. , John .checke d f O r eight hours to . -Addition of a 400- amp for bre ach of contract. son. Jack Benny,. Edd1:e
mand ship will be tested L. Swigert Jr. and Fred W. . . . ' 'Their salesman pro­ of t a Iak k which no sensible
nold and the entire Milwau- Ar- tion P !edged on the air.
e Apo llo 14 ,ll is Jr. l imped me r- ,p erh ap s l, OOO degr�es. This battery 1? t h e service mo- man t es seriously." Lewis, on the other hand,
Tu sday when the a e ho du mised me that the suit kee Brewers baseball team.
astronauts a r e to climb fog four dang er-fille d d ays, .baked teflon coatings and .dule, which would get the would wear like iron," he But the law is stricter Last year the telethon, is not so ,;eluctant and told
aboard the craft to t ake a s urviving on the systems of ,they flaked off, exposing .astronauts b a c k to earth if said. "That was a false when it comes to matters which tests the endurance of Delgado, I, e� pect }o dou·
s imulated flight to a height the lunar landing craft. ,b are el�drical wires . .an three oxygen tantra fail. statement." of tact. Take this situa­ even the hyper-energetic ble last year s figu e.
tion: Lewis, was seen over a The expenses of putting
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of more than 40 miles in an After an extensive inves-
altitude �hamber here. ·tigation , a revie_w bo ard cri- A home owner, selling regional network stretching the show on �st $262,
Toitrists Left Stranded his house, a s s u r e d the , be­
000
But final testing of the tic1zed the National Aeron­ from Boston to Richmond. last year, and this yea :
complete system must wai t ·autics and Space Adminis- buyer that it was "in per­ The seven telethons prior to cause it is n a t i o ;I w 1 d e ,

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untiJ O c t o b e r when the ·!ration. N o r t h Americ an fect condition." But at the that were seen only in New $350,000, Delgado said.
three oxygen tanks are to ·Rockwell Corp. and Beech first rain, the buyer found York. L e w i s and hfs f?rmer
be delivered to Cap e Ken- ·Aircraft Corp. f o r "a out that the house was "A telethon is basically a p_artner Dean _Martin did the
nedy from contractor pl ants. ·seno us oversight" in the de- honeycombed with leaks. folk festival, any way you first tel�thon ID 1953 andnded the
Ro gei: Gaskins, chief proj- ·sign and testing of the ox- L o N D o N ( AP) _ grounded I a s t Wednesday eye over groups with "weird He also found ont that the m 1956. They e
slice it " said Mucio -F. Del- seco nd
ect engineer f O r the Apollo ·yg en tank. Hundreds of A m e r i c a n s only hours before takeoff I and wonderful names." problem had existed for gado, 'director of program their partnership tha� year
comman d and service m o- . The b oard said the chain have been stranded in Lo n- when the government got a Some of them with color­ ye ars, defying costly ef­ development for the Muscu- and since then Lewi� bas
<tules at the Kennedy Space ·or e vents leading to the ex- don 1 a t e 1 y by a British tip that some passengers ful titles, like the Trow­ forts to clear it up. lar Dystrophy Associations done a solo. In 1966 it be-
Center, said his team w o uld 'plosion began at the Beech crackdown on what the gov- po sing as theate r and music bridge and District Cage Here, a c ourt upheld the of America. came an annual ev�nt. .
like to hav;? the tanks in- 'Plan t in B O u 1 d e r Colo .. ernme nt C' onsiders p h o n y lovers we;e really just bar- Birds Sodety, pass muster buyer 's claim for dam­ "Part of the mystiq ue, Another innovation t h 1 s
stalled and tested before the when t h e oxygen tank was charter flights. . �ain lovers. They were hop- as legitimate "affinity ages. T h e court said the
and certainly the appeal, is year w i 1 1 �e tha� _Parts ?f
sp aceship is mate d with a ·completed and shippe d to In the fourth. C'ase this mg ,!o, travel at half.f�re. . �OUJ? S" w�ose main func­ seller's statem ent that the seeing a guy knocking him- the show WIil ongmate m
Saturn 5 rocket a n d rollea ·the N orth American Ro ck- mo nth , 186 !Jcke! holders I m . heartbroken, said t�on 1s not Just to get cheap h o u s e was "in perfect
t . the news rnday , t h at an Enghsh teen-ager who ticke�s. self out," he said. "There's Chicago, Las Vegas and Los
a
to the launch p d Nov 9. . ·well plant at D w
o ne y , Cali f ., go . .. condition" had been a de­ a dramatic identity between Angeles, as v.:e �I as New
"If for some r e ason there ·with " a lo o sely fllting fill their chartered Jet won t he "'.as o� her way to g�t mar- Bm sometunes legitimate liberate mistatement of the guy knocking himself �ork. T�e partic1pat1ng sta·
is a dela y," he said, "we ·assembly tube." takmg off for New York ne� m Tucson, . ArIZ . She members of these gro ups fact.
cl�1med t h e ticket seller c'.1llcel shortly before the out and the audience. The lions will forego all com­
have a contingency pl an to . At Downey, the platform next wee:, E v e n a statement of whole thing pyramids. Is mercials during the 20 h? urs
W h Y . The government failed to warn her she had flight, and a few travel opinion
do the work on the l aunch ·on w h i c h the tank was may be hel d bind­ the g u y going to stand up and set np local operations
pad." ·mounted w a s dropped acci- finds it hard to believe all to be a member of the agents th�n sell their tickets ing, if the buyer has some and will he be able to make to receive telephone calls
_:___________ ·dentally about an inch and of the would-be passengers group. to Amencans at the last special reason to p u t his
the goal? __!:o_m donor� - ---
THE LIMA NEWS, LIMA, O. ·the report s a i d this proba- are w h a t they claim to be "I have never heard of minute a n d tell the airline trust in that opinion.
Page 6 'bly j arred an d displaced th e - true membe:·s of th_e the !3exlo ,hea_th _Theatr� an� the new passengers ha';e In one case a promoter
l\Iondav, · August 31. 1970 'loose tube. Theatre and Music Apprec1- Music fpprec1atu,n Society, been group mmbers fo� six of oil stocks, after winning
al10n S o c 1 e t y of Bexley- she said. months. Then the Americans
heath. A spokesman for the gov- get stranded when the gov- the confidence of an unso­
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