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Ada Ada News (Newspaper) - February 4, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma Page 2 the Ada evening Newsad Oklahoma monday february 4, 1974 Battle ends a a for plucky Florida boy penal Reform remains As legislative Issue inmates at state prison air complaints Mcalester Okia. A since mail privileges were loosened at the state prison Here recently letters have been fort Myers Fla. A Jimmy Sievert whose Battle with leukaemia brought Tele on Wayne died Oklahoma City Appe time Pardon and parole Board subject to approval by the sen one Day after observing his Nal Reform political Campaign ran into heavy opposition in the ate from a list of up to to ninth birthday expenditures and noise Poilu House last year but supporters names to be submitted by the pouring out of the riot torn faille Blond Blue eved Young Jon were at the top of the of save a in Rich better Chance of state Board of to newsmen at an mister died of cancer of the blood a he ill pass get has Sessin in vow of it the new Board would have resented rate sunday at his Home Here Lahoma legislature s Agenda penal and corrections reforms the sole authority to Grant and precede Nina rate. Zariv in january the critic today As lawmakers began the suggested after last summer s revoke paroles. The governor1 paradoxically the signed let Calls Iii Bov told his parents he fifth week of the 1974 session destructive rioting at the state would have the Power to Grant ters which Are full of mistrust a aaa a Jwj i. Viz it ill j m w a i 110 air a a a ii ii i i i i a # had two big wishes a to talk to a Resolution Callie for a month s first wreck reported recommend Wayne his movie idol. And to amendment to the Oklahoma tossed the plan and Quot made it i Linn Quot he the Hoard get an autographed picture of Constitution to create a full c i in i a i in ii non by me Doard. The president. Ume profess onal Pardon and part of his 1974 Legisla Tulve pro a Quot Der present of Boma Law i Rurh Hoard of Timmy a a wish s a p�ies810nai 1 Araoz a do a Gram. A five member part time Board ,.i. I a parole Board was expected to passed by the House the recommends All clemency is and telephoned him who brought us in the House for Pasteu by uie nurse me i Clou menus ail clemency a Avn to his pass pow hns and do us Al up a a a be. Nous a for Resolution will be returned to measures for state prison m Hilt Hun Niina con and the a a e e y m week the Senate for consideration of mates and the governor a Public hearings were sched j House amendments. Final approves or disapproves. The gov used later week on a Proval would require a state error appoints three of the 1111 <5 a or us Lluc of i us i to Tia Hunn Oon Trelc no apr ram i Iron said to nmn nil ten non. Knor Quot re Mem knit in Ltd in of inf a Ball game. Going to heaven. And when i get there in a going to the doctors diagnosed the youngsters illness As leukaemia in november 1972. To tighten controls Over Cam wide vote to Amend the con Board members with the other two named by the presiding bsh noise pollution Levels for As approved by the House justices of the state supreme automobiles and other vehicles. Public safety and penal affairs court and court of criminal the Pardon and parole committee the Resolution appeals. And suspicion of the administration also openly attack acting Warden Sam Johnston in apparent Confidence that the prison will keep its Promise not to read the outgoing mail. A acting Warden Sam Johnston better known to the inmates As lying Sam has been telling the people what they Are doing for the inmates Here at Asp a began one recent letter. February a first Accident occurred at 7 09 . Saturday in the 600 Block of n. Highland. William Lee Smith jr., 1130 n. Johnston lost control of his pickup while driving West on 6th, and collided with a car driven by Kevin s. Stanfield route 5, Ada. Stanfield was driving South on Highland to feet after the collision and hit a parked car belonging to Homer r. Flowers 1000 6th. Less driving today in municipal j Ston $10 Calvin r. Macke Yve. Parr careless driving $20 court and paid a $10 Fine. Other $10 Barbara g. Musser $20 William g. Stone transport Kenneth r. Needham $10j Tion of open Container of liquor Gerald l. Orton $20 Sherry l. $35 Larry Tatum disobey Persinger $10 Sharmon j. Ing traffic signal $10, and Price $10 David w. Schornick speeding $10 Sharon k. White $20 Richard l. Trantham $20 improper backing $10. And and Danny j. Walker $10. Ronnie j. Estep prohibited other traffic action left turn. $5. George a. Allen improper pleading not guilty left turn $10 Ellis f. Calton Troy w. Clark improper sex improper left turn $5 James Haust. F. Cranford careless driving $20 Danny l. Joslen disobeying traffic signal $10 Randy charges Are pending in District court. Either forfeiting Bond or pleading guilty to other traffic violations this morning in municipal court were speeding Wendell k. Adair $20 John the Smith pickup travelled m. Bayles $10 John a. Death rage $35 Laverna Faulken Berry $10 Larry Grant $20 Lee Hancock $10 Beaty Smith was charged with care Hooker jr., $10 Lloyd b. John Lori Sievert said that before pm a a Liture and Esab Stit ution. Her son died he told her a a in my _ a the inmate went on to com jul u i or Lofner to u pm a Plato about Johnston a state Washington apr Board measure approved by would author a the legislature the House elections and ment reporters that convicts Treasury Secretary George p. The House Public safely and to create a professional Pardon privileges committee headed Are a eng meals in the mess Shultz urged Congress today to penal affairs committee last and parole Board of three to by rep. David Boren a Semi adj an j Are again sleeping on heavily tax Windfall Petroleum week is a Senate passed pro five members and set Quail Nole will hold a Public hearing sheets an j Shower every two profits and to slash tax Breaks postal which was held Over from fictions of the Board members. At la a. In. Wednesday on to wee available for Oil firms of the 1973 session. The governor would appoint rents Bill to revamp the states a i grating abroad proposed creation of a full members of the new Board j Campaign expenditure Law. I a but he Hasni to said we eat in Shultz urges Congress to move on fat profits firemen answer Call at Railroad Yard ent and. To avoid any tax generated Price increases to by filled work week meanwhile Senate and House Shultz had estimated earlier that the Windfall profits measure could bring in Between $3 other court action Public drunk Cecil Berry $20 Bobby c. Brians $20 Michael o. Brown $10 Ivan Leach $10 Candy Murphy $10, and Robert l. Wilson $20. Paul f. Mckane harbouring a nuisance $35 Bond returned and Danny g. Sanders assault and Battery $35. Charges Saleem k. Bahloul careless driving and no Drivers License Scott m. Baublits improper Congress started another ener left turn and Thomas f. Smith speeding. District court conferees arranged another session today in an attempt to Billy Dean Seaton pleaded guilty to a grand larceny reach new terms for an Emer charge Jan. 7and was Given billion and $5 billion in the first Gercy Energy Bill designed to a two year deferred sentence firemen made one Call sunday to the Frisco Railroad depot 200 n. Townsend to fight a minor trash fire. No damage was reported. Two units responded. Gregory l Watkins . Announces the opening of an office for the practice of dentistry at 114 East 14th Townsend building Annex Ada. Oklahoma Telephone 405/332-7373 office hours evenings saturday Tho h00 to a u n Fyk a i although some Senate demo year. Give the president Power to in under supervision of the de committee had planned the mess Hall every other Day crafts advocate rolling Back the Shultz also proposed eliminate pose gasoline rationing and apartment of corrections. To vote today on whether to rec a maybe and that is just once a Price of Domestic crude Oil i ing the ?2 per cent depletion a1 take other Steps to Deal with a preliminary hearing was Day Shultz told the House ways and Lowance for foreign production the fuel shortage. Set for d. R. Thurman utter Maach in nm/4 in i in ram a a j Curry Thomas husband Sulphur services for cur James Robert Potts commend passage of the Meas ure but several lawmakers asked that a Public hearing be held first. The Bill combines proposals made by Boren in his measure and by reps. David Riggs a Tulsa. And Don Kilpatrick a Oklahoma City in another Bill. Under the Bill As tentatively approved by Borens committee All candidates for Public office would be required to re a and about the Shower we Means committee that Price he said there is a no longer any i amid arguments Over How to ing two or More bogus checks take a Shower every two weeks rollbacks Are not a reasonable policy support for giving Spe combat Windfall profits by the exceeding $20. His preliminary sometimes. But most of the alternative to the Windfall prof dad encouragement to Oil and Oil Industry the Senate had is feb. 22. At to time it is closer to three weeks a Terr a. Before we get a Shower. The wmdfa11 a and they did give us clean sheets All right. But that was on november 30, 1973, and they Levy recommended by Shultz would be a temporary tax on crude Oil prices. It would expire after five years. It would apply at last 2 Days Clint Eastwood is ditty Harry in magnum Force a Havisw a technicolor from Ware few a of communications company features 1 45�? 4 05�?6 25�?8 45 adults $1.25 Mcwain s Sulphur a services for by Thomas Tom husband 77, James Robert Potts 71, were port the names of persons con acre today at 2 . In the today at to . In the Dunn to buting $25 or More to any Dunn funeral Home Chapel. Funeral Home Chapel. The Campaign and to make periodic the Rev. Jim House conduct Rev. Orvel Romine conducted reports on donations before and cd the rites with burial in Oak the rites with burial in Oaklawn after elections Lawn cemetery. Cemetery. Present Taw requires Candi or. Husband died Friday in or. Potts died saturday in dates to report on donations Sulphur he was born nov. 14, Sulphur. He was born feb. 22, Only Toter elections and on con-1896. In Marietta. 1902, in Madill. To buttons amounting to $500 or he was a retired Farmer a a retired Cook he lived in More. Member of the american leg Bakersfield calif., and moved another House committee Ion Post 148, and a Veteran of to Sulphur six years ago. Wii1 hold a Public hearing at world War i. He lived All his survivors include four Broth 9 30 a. In. Wednesday on a Bill life in Oklahoma living in Sui ers. Warren c. And John e., to set noise pollution Levels for pour since 1932. Both of Sulphur Ruth Ard vehicles. He married Addie hedge More and Jess Oklahoma City. I april 21, 1932, in Duncan. Bearers were members of the survivors include his wife of american legion. The Home one brother Frank Sulphur and one sister Stella of Guin Sulphur. Bearers were members of the american legion. Floyd m. Spears Phoenix a services for Floyd m. Spears 55, Are pending with Smith funeral Home. Or. Spears died sunday in Phoenix. He is survived by his wife governor s hearing gets postponement continued from Page i have blocked his attorneys from contacting mrs. Pike. Judge Chandler issued a sub fair through tuesday. Light Pena for mrs. Pike but her a northerly winds today becoming i Yearance was blocked when Juanita o7 the Home and other and Varia a let night High Burkett obtained an order from Haven to washed them or gave rates graduated up to 85 per us clean ones cent. It would fade away by Gas exploration and production voted last week to Send the emergency measure Back to another major move Calls for j the conferees.4 the disputed revamping the system allowing provision would let Consumers credit against . Income apply for refunds on fuel prices Harvey Nickell charged with assault and Battery pleaded guilty and paid a $65 Fine. Traffic action Gregory b. Atkeson i pro another inmate also wrote toking lesser bites As time goes would no longer generate sex taxes for taxes paid abroad by j that could be shown to have re per left turn oncoming traffic Oil companies. Under the pro suited in excess profits. Dec. To plea of guilty $35. Postal foreign Oil production Congress also was getting that his sheets were issued then and Haven to been washed since. A we can rinse them out in the toilet but without any soap to get them clean a he wrote. A a in be asked the guards for something for the cockroaches and the reply i get is a we Don t have an inmate in the maximum segregation building known As a the Rock challenged Johnston a statement that not All inmates Are housed there for punishment. A there is one common denominator that runs through most All of the inmates assigned Here a he of the inmates Are involved in lawsuits against the prison inadequate sanitation conditions unsafe buildings fire hazards against guards or prison a letter written to an inmates relative just before the recent newsmen a tour told of preparations for the visit. Five people die on roads in another bloody sunday relatives. Today upper 50s. Low tonight Low 30s. High tuesday Low 60s. She marked Eyer it Hwd the Harb was i amp a amps be passes adults $1.25 features. 7 30�?9 20 last 2 Days mini Ada Community theatre dinner theatre Quot Plaza suite Quot by Noil Simon 2 act comedy feb. 21, 22, 23 and 24 reservation Only Holiday inn of Ada dinner 6 30 . Play 7 30 . Reservations 3325843 Pat Townsend Ada readings the 10th u. S. Circuit court of appeals last week. The appellate court said the summons for mrs. Pike was premature. Meanwhile it was Learned Over the past weekend that a on. Cess foreign tax credits. In remarks prepared for the the plan Calls for a Only a opening of hearings on Oil tax reasonable part of the foreign i plates a Trio of White House proposals Shultz said the wind income tax to be a treated As messages normally Given confab profits Levy is designed a to a creditable tax. The balance i Gress at the beginning of each tax very heavily Windfall prof would be treated As an sex new session. Nixon delivered its to owners of Oil. To avoid Pense a he said. His state of the Union report interference with the legitimate Shultz and Federal Energy last wednesday night and Fol profit expectations which will1 chief William Simon were Lowed up with his economic be required to meet our de Lead off witnesses at the House message on Friday mands and make us i depend j hearings on the tax proposal As the administrations Oil tax proposals Center on attacking Windfall profits of Oil companies stemming from High prices during the fuel shortage. I president Nixon also has asked j Congress to reduce tax Breaks i available to . Oil companies i operating overseas. In other major congressional business this week a House approval is expected Chris Tebelle Echohawk 45, of i wednesday for a judiciary Pawnee was killed when her it committee request for Broad car crashed into a guard rail Power to subpoena White House and Bridge abutment about documents and to compel the three Miles South of Pawnee on appearance of witnesses for its Oklahoma 18. Inquiry into the possible in Sharon Denise Doughty 18. Of pachment of the president. Red Bird died when her car i a the Senate votes tuesday went out of control hit a Cul on whether to Stop a filibuster against a 25-year-old treaty making genocide an inter charges president Nixon a record set Thelma Dale Neugin. Aggra Ting $304.4-billion budget today rated assault and banter covering fiscal 1975. This com Cox Diamond charolais ranch we have some French sired charolais bulls for Sale both registered and Domestic. All bulls w ill be guaranteed breeders. We also have some Young registered and Domestic heifers for Sale. Call Ron Cox 332-8827 by the associated press High temperature in Ada Sun Day 59 Low 34 it was 37 at Federal grand jury investigation i . Monday. No prec pita 0f the Oklahoma governor will Tion was recorded. Total pre foe expanded to include Allega it pita Ion recorded this year tons concerning the Multi-Mil-.84. Precipitation recorded to lion Dollar Cimarron Turnpike this Point a year ago 3.12. The grand jury is in recess i but is to reconvene in March to hear additional testimony concerning Halls financial affairs. Former Oklahoma Turnpike authority chairman Dwight the Francis Volunteer fire Rymer a Morrison banker and department made runs to two onetime aide to Hall is sex Francis fire dept. Makes weekend Calls petted to be called when the grand jury reconvenes. He was subpoenaed to appear in Chicken House was destroyed. Rated Yau Tim of Tau grass fires Over the weekend. The first was at 4 30 . Friday. The Blaze one half mile South of Francis was caused january but was excused. By a Power line breakage. I Rymer who resigned from the second fire occurred sat-1 Turnpike authority last urday at 2 15 . At the Home year it Bas refused to comment of Terry Balthrop. A Small on the 8rand jury proceedings. But it was reported that he and other witnesses with knowledge about the $72 million Cimarron Turnpike project probably will be called before the grand jury. The 68-mile Turnpike financed with Bonds issued by the Turnpike authority now is under construction. It will extend from the Tulsa area West to interstate 35 in the Perry Enid area with a Spur to Stillwater. The grand jury has been looking into allegations of kickbacks on state office buildings in Tulsa and Oklahoma City. Oklahoma highways were bloody sunday As five persons died in four separate accidents. The deaths raised the states 1974 traffic toll to 63. Compared i wouw"7n7w some kind of with 36 at this Tea a last delegation was coming Down Charles Dee Underwood 16, even if you Hadnot told me. Of Midwest City and Earnest Vert and then overturned. A Thev have scrubbed the Smith 41, of Mcloud died floors and bars. The guards to a to car Accident in okla have shaved and Are showing Boma City sunday. Smith s son us off. They Are taking our Cov Carey. 12, was listed in critical Ralls and putting us in pants condition shirts and tee shirts even gave t pol be 831 1 Smith was we St some haircuts. B0uond on a cloy Street about a you should see them every 11225 . When his pick up shift doing something working marriages Darrell r. Lewis City to Carolyn r. Maysville. National crime. The treaty is an outgrowth of Hitler s world War ii Slaughter of German Elmore i jews. If the filibuster is halted Slater a treaty ratification decision could come later in the week. Extra fast on windows every shift passing out Christmas socks i get a pair no Way before. Today socks. I Haven to seen sheets or Pillow cases yet but i have a feeling they will come too. A i just wonder How much the news Media will get to Michael Gaine in Quot pulp Quot United artists j Tarn 20th Century Fox or menu Mae John West Huston Ano Raquel Welc Vidal Myra Breck Pridgi ladies night tonight All ladies admitted for $1.00 the nicest people Square dance lessons every monday beginning feb. 4 8 00 . Wintersmith Lodge sponsored by the i Ada Hereford Whirles married couples Only for More information Call 332-1211 or 332-3292 officials say 31 fires set by arsonists Pryor. Okla. A offi dais speculated today that an arsonist was responsible for 31 Prairie fires which swept parts of Delaware Mayes and Rogerts counties last thursday. The fires which occurred within a two hour period were along a 25-mile Section of Oklahoma 28 through the three counties. Benny Donahou chief of Pryor a Volunteer fire department said a pickup truck was seen leaving some of the area along the Highway just before the fires struck. Truck collided with Underwood s Auto which was travelling East in Smiths Lane of traffic. Jessie a. Gur Gannage 33, died when his car hit a Bridge at a High rate of Speed went out of control for 165 feet and hit a Light pole. The car went airborne for 65 feet and the Driver was ejected from the car. The Highway patrol said the Accident happened four Miles South of Blair in Jackson county on . 283. Yecla ervice reservations a tickets travel information for airlines hotels steamship Tours no charge for services come in or Call mini mall 119 n. Broadway 436-0133 italian Spaghetti All you can eat our Superb italian Spaghetti with meat sauce and our famous salad bar Only 1.75 kids 95< every monday and tuesday Motel restaurant 1115 n. Bywy. Indian Hills restaurant now under the new management of Louise Currier phone 332-3883 open 6 am a til to am 5 pm a til to pm closed sundays we specialize in steaks Richard Rogers on revelation tonight thru Friday a 7 30 . Monday Triumph of the Church a Survey of the Book of revelation tuesday the planet Earth neither late nor great wednesday the overthrow of satan thursday the wonderful world has come Friday a hallelujah anyway a title of Rogers Book on revelation the Battle of Arma Gwedon is not a literal Battle to be fought in Israel there is no literal rapture tribulation or 1000 year reign of Christ on Earth. Did revelation have any meaning for its first recipients or is its message Only for 20th Century Man Richard Rogers Lubbock Texas special Barb q Sandwich French Fries and Tea or Coffee. 1.00 hot biscuits and Gravy for breakfast Central Church of Christ 820 s. Stadium drive Ada okla

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