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Ada Ada News (Newspaper) - February 5, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma Page 2 the Ada evening Newsad Oklahoma tuesday february 5, 1974 cos work u. S. Justice department enters state prisoners lawsuit for recipients continued from Page i penal Reform move is going too far. The Checotah Democrat said he thinks hard Core convicts should be Given the materials to build their own prison to replace the Mcalester institution almost destroyed by rioting inmates last summer. The materials he said should include Canvas Needle and thread a and a can of gasoline and matches. That Way he said the inmates could build a tent and use the gasoline to provide warmth or they could Burn Down their dwellings and sleeping the cold. Wynn said he in t opposed to penal Reform but he said criminals often choose a state which tolerates crime As the one where they want to live. In other action monday the House passed a Bill to allow sheriffs to Purchase part of their equipment from the court fund in each county. The Bill was passed 51-46. But was held on the Calendar on a motion to reconsider. Resolution calling on state and local agencies to use smaller cars whenever possible were approved monday by the House governmental reforms committee. The measures introduced by rep. George Camp. A okla homa City committee chairman were amended to allow the Purchase of autos up to six cylinders instead of four As originally proposed. One Resolution would prohibit state boards and agencies from purchasing or leasing any passenger cars other than a a com paltz As defined in the Resolution. It would have the effect of Law Only if signed by the governor. The second measure expressing Only legislative intent Calls on cities and towns in Oklahoma to a confine their purchases and leases of passenger automobiles Only to compacts excepting Only Law enforcement Oklahoma City a the u. S. Justice department is seeking to expand its intervention in a lawsuit brought by some inmates at the Oklahoma state prison at Mcalester an Oklahoma City television station reported monday evening. The Justice department is involved in a suit brought by Bobby Battles a prison inmate. The suit filed last year charged racial discrimination at the prison. The department asked for and was granted permission to enter the suit on behalf of Battles. Now Kwh to of Oklahoma City says the department wants to expand its involvement in the suit to include five areas o t h e than racial discrimination. One area involves disciplinary policies which allegedly led to cruel and unusual punishment such As solitary confinement without any hear ing on the charge. Other areas Are an alleged insufficiency in medical care facilities including the medical staff and equipment an alleged denial of a reasonable level of Security for the Protection of the inmates a denial of proper Legal assistance and unconstitutional limitations on the use of the mail. Kwh to said the Justice department source indicated Federal officials have told state officials there will be no Federal Money available to rebuild the riot torn prison until a master plan is ready for the entire penal system. State officials reportedly Are working on the master plan now. And the source indicated Federal officials May refuse to provide any Money at All for the Mcalester institution itself. In the Wake of the riot Federal officials publicly advocated the i closing of the prison at Mcalester and the rebuilding of a new facility someplace else. The Justice department source Saiof the department probably would have some say in whether or not any Federal Money is allocated to help rebuild the state penal system Kwh to said. Kwh to said the source indicated one of the problems found at the prison was the dispensing of medication by Bill Arnold the administrator of the former prison Hospital which burned during the riot. Arnold reportedly dispensed drugs at a daily sick Call altered prescriptions by the prison doctors or refused to fill the prescription at ally and generally performed medical duties even though he is not a licensed pharmacist nor a licensed medical doctor Kwh to quoted the source As saying. The prison also failed to pro vide a minimum level of health care for the inmates. Kwh to said. The source said the Hospital not Only was inadequate but also was unlicensed which was a violation of Oklahoma Law. The medical staff also was inadequate Kwh to said. The source told Kwh to that Security at the prison before the riot often consisted of one guard standing watch Over four cell houses housing Over 1,000 inmates. Ada schools closed for flu Bug fair Windy and warm today and tonight. Partly Cloudy and a Little cooler wednesday. Southerly winds to to 20 mph today and tonight. High today 70. Low tonight mid 40s. High wednesday mid 60s. No accidents occur in monthly toll stands at two Row win awl i last Day Eastwood magnum Force from warn Tat Doyle e. Sharp Sulphur services for Doyle Edwin Sharp 39, will be wednesday at 2 30 . In the i first Baptist Church of Sulphur. Services will be conducted by the Rev. Don Bergeron Elgin and chaplain Frank Page Lawton. He was a retired warrant officer with the . Army and had been highly decorated i while in the army. He was a helicopter Pilot. He was injured in 1970 in Viet Nam. He was born oct. 15, 1934, in Gene Autry. He died monday in a fort Sill Hospital. He lived i in Sulphur until after graduating from High school when he enlisted in the army. He was a member of the Baptist Church. He and Hildegarde Margaret Buhrig were married sept. 14, 1957, in Berlin Germany. Survivors include his wife Hildegarde of the Home one daughter Connie Jane one son Michael Jay both of the Home i his parents or. And mrs. Fred Sharp Sulphur and two Brothers Louis. San Antonio and Everett Jefferson . Bearers will be members of the . Army. Burial will be in Oaklawn cemetery. Dunn funeral j Home is in charge of arrangements. Continued from Page i no accidents occurred in Ada driving plea of not guilty and Covington Douglas in North monday. February a toll is two. Eva Blake Otjen prohibited Central Oklahoma. Another either forfeiting Bond or left turn $10. School system which had re pleading guilty to traffic Viola other court action opened monday after a three tons in municipal court this Jackson Cornish disturbance Day weekend decided to close morning were by drunk $20, and Danny Guy Dav Quot in the Rin Ard Cham of a Ain tuesday it superintendent s. Sanders assault and Battery Hijo 77 us opel 01 Gerald e. Hoeltzel said one-1 plea of not built a the first Baptist Church. Hird o the sudent body was i Russell b. Brundidge $10 in caravan Faye East no drive the Rev. Dickson rial will absent monday. Beatrice june Henry $10 Emer incense other court action Ada readings High temperature in Ada monday 67 Low 44 it was 44 at 7 . Tuesday. No precipitation was recorded. Total precipitation recorded this year .84. Precipitation recorded to this Point a year ago 3.89. To distribute oct. 3plea of the Bald Eagle born May 26, in Washington a National Bessie Belle Cradduck services for mrs. Bessie Belle Cradduck 84, 600 s. Johnston Are scheduled for 2 . Thurs Saleem k. Eros License and Bahloul no Driv-$20, and careless conduct the rites. I a a Ftp a worst than it was last Mitt Ray Lindsey $10, mrs. Cradduck died today in week a Hoeltzel said. He said Ausle c Petersen $10. A local Hospital. Is 0f the total enrolment of 300 other traffic action she was born feb. 23. 1889, were absent. In Pike county 111., to Joseph Hoeltzel said plans called for and Margaret Miller Waite. Schools to reopen wednesday she moved to Oklahoma in but that officials first would 1913 and was employed by the conduct a Telephone Survey of Bell Telephone co. And the parents to see whether the rate conservative loan co., Shaw 0f illness has subsided Nee. And the adjutant Gen-1 Calumet schools also were Erali a office Oklahoma City closed. During world War i. The Long vacation a in some she was employed by Cowling cases from last wednesday amp carpenters real estate seemed to break the hold of the office when she came to Ada disease in some communities to 120 i however. In Shawnee where District court d. R. Thurman uttering two no i guilty and Thelma Dales on toe fifth of these or More bogus checks exceed neut in aggravated assault and Birds Ever known to be hatched More bogus checks exceed Batter Lea r a inn Fine in Captivity says sports afield. Ing $20, plea of not guilty How and 30 Days in county Jai Jau it a Ard Johnson Green grand Lar time suspended. Ceny Jan. 30plea of not guilty preliminary hearing set for 2 ., feb. 21 John Wil Liams obtaining Cash and merchandise by bogus Check dec. Tom Alexander charged with waived preliminary hearing assault and Battery with a Dan plea of not guilty James de serous weapon pleaded not Ward Fowler unlawful posses guilty. Traffic action Glen Leon Leslie driving while License is suspended plea of guilty $100 Ronald Earl Miller reckless driving plea of guilty $115, and failure to Stop at scene of property damage 1 Sion of marijuana with intent Accident plea of guilty $65, and a. Clifford e. Petty Over length of group okays penal Reform appropriation questions emerge on Price Rollback Oklahoma City a on oct. 20, 1920 she married the Absentee rate spiralled to i $5.8 million supplemental a John e. Cradduck. He died 275 out of about 5.000 total expropriation for Oklahoma Spe Here in 1943. Rollent before classes c0iv proposal to Roll Back the Price mrs. Cradduck was an Active called off last week Only be cd ent 7iscaf car task a a i Troverso As Congress tries to of some Domestic crude Oil a is j tween 450 and 500 students proved monday by a sub com agree on Energy legislation. Were absent monday. 1 45 adults features 4 05 a 6 25 a 8 45 $1.25 starts tomorrow the had Bartlett film Jonathan Livingston Seagull the but Richard Bach Mvi time Coto by a Paramount pkg get muh features 1 45�?3 38�?5 31�?7 24�?9 17 adults children $1.25 50c Floyd m. Spears services for Floyd m. Spears 55. Navajo ariz., Are set for 2 30 . Wednesday in the Chapel of Smith funeral Home. Or. Spears died saturday in a Phoenix Hospital. He was bom. Oct. 21. 1918, in Merit tex., to Joseph and Myrtle Terrell Spears. Employed by Kerr Mcgee for Many years he had resided in Fittstown 20 years ago. At the time of his death he was Plant supervisor for the corporation in Navajo where he had lived for six months. He was a Baptist and a Veteran of world War ii. On nov. 13, 1943, he and Juanita Ray were married in Ardmore. Survivors include his wife Juanita of the Home one son Jim Spears Oklahoma City and one sister mrs. Virginia Lee Olson Denver. Linn Jones will conduct the rites. Burial will be in memorial Park. Member of the first Church and of the Eastern Star. Her other club activities included the Lakeside acres Home demonstration club Marigold unit of the Ada Garden club and Woodmen of the world Lodge. Cradduck re. Was named after the family and their Home is still a landmark on Hwy. 3. They had holdings in the Pittsfield Oil Wells. Survivors include three sons. Alvin Calvin and Hailey Crad continued from Page i Duck All of Ada one brother the neighbourhood development Wesley p. Waite Griggsville. Plan. The plan will be submit-111. Three grandchildren and Ted to the department of hous one great grandchild. Ing and Urban development. Burial will be in Rosedale declared the air compressor cemetery. In the basement of City Hall of Mittee and sent to the House Council okays election for City firemen Billy d. Vick Solete and authorized advertise we Ashington apr the conferees on the Price Rollback Issue is devel i Energy legislation approved a were i Nal system for the remainder of a Prog Toto the newest aides said it would apply to roughly 29 per cent of Oil pro in Mif on i while Senate House conferees diced in the United states. The subcommittee voted to i0&Quot the emergency Energy Bill sen. Henry m. Jackson. D add More than $1.5 million to 0 run wash., author of the provision the measure to provide Addi Rny of. A some t said administration officials is sir next f0atimmpeenalte t the try Georgep. Shultz i to ate he Rollback would lower stint tvs Erin Anait he was telling the House ways and the Price of gasoline at the Wren Keh a state ,� committee monday that by 5% cents. After the he s firmly against a Rollback Rollback to $5.25 a barrel during the ways and Means prices could be increased Only a a a r Erat Energy chief William e. Is Wold not exceed a $7.09 ceiling Mon appeared to show at least per barrel. Some flexibility on Rollback the White House would have Points. But talking later to re 30 Days in which to ask con porters Simon insisted he a not Gress to exempt certain Cate clashing with Shultz. Gories of Oil from the Rollback Shultz and Simon the Nixon and Price ceiling provisions if unitized equipment plea guilty $65. Charges Carolyn Ann Weaver transporting open Container of 3.2 Beer Craig Corvin speeding care Mccannon Odom operating motor vehicle in violation of Drivers License restriction i and Rodney Udell Haynes of crating motor vehicle at Speed not reasonable and proper. Wrecked state Penitentiary at Mcalester. The Bill includes $1,222,212 in operational funds for the various penal institutions from now until the end of the fiscal year june 30. Rep. John Miskelly a Choctaw House appropriations committee chairman said that is approximately the amount of operational funds the i institutions lost As a result Ofa ,. Destruction at the state administration s chief tax and it found that the lowered Price ment for Sale to the highest pen ent Jary at Mcalester last Energy officials spent most of would reduce Supply. The meanwhile Senate House bidder. Summer j monday explaining the details Otto i water for an offer to take 0ut added to the of operational of the new proposals to the tax Stillw Ater services for an advertisement in Jaycee. A the a Pera Tlona writing House committee Billy Dailey Vick 28, will be Magazine. The Cost was $183.50. Budget for the current fiscal Ednes Dav at 2 . In the out of town solicitors attempted a a by the subcommittee was Chapel of Criswell funeral i to poll the pm mail by Telephone $�3�?T000 to hire 25 additional Home. Burial will be in High to secur authorization Ste Ards at the Mcalester prison. Land cemetery Stonewall. 1 warning officials have said they he was born aug. 2. 1945. In not legally act via a phone poll. Need the additional manpower Ada to Jack and jewel Dailey approved an addition to an to supervise prisoners w7hen Vick. He died Friday at his existing Mobile materials con they Are out of their cells for Home in Stillwater. Tract for resurfacing streets in i a Tose meals and other a he was a graduate of Stone the City. Three blocks were Tivi ties. Wall High school and East Cen added on Rennie from 10th to i Mcalester inmates have been largely confined to their cells emergency Bill also would give the president Power to order gasoline rationing and other Energy conservation measures. Trial state College. At the time a 13th. The cite manager reported of his death he was a student i the firm would do the work at at Oklahoma state University. \ the same bid Price. $9.45 per he had served with the Marine ton which was made in no corp. Vember. Survivors include three half the meeting then adjourned Brothers. David Vick Guam with routine reports. A Brief since the riot. Hubert Vick Rankin tex., and Bob Vick and an Uncle Bob Dailey Birmingham. Ala. Last Day swe hashed eyeing High the hard Way in a it 14 4m f i of features a 7 30 a 9 20 starts tomorrow Quot Midnight Cowboy Quot rated r mini 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 kiwanis to hear District attorney meeting of the Ada Public works authority was also held. Marriages six units of the Ada fire department fought a minor fire at Evergreen Mills 120 e. 9th, at 6 30 . Today. A to ii a a malfunction of a a a steam. William Graham Rickert boiler burned insulation on i Toley to Cathie Marie pipes. A portion of the roof where the pipe was Laid was fire reported at local Mill trails restaurant i a featuring daily a our own Choice sirloin Steak Char broiled. 7-oz. Choice sirloin Steak served with Choice of baked potato or French Fries hot Rolls and butter and All you can eat from our delicious salad bar. Served every Day $2.29 trails Motel restaurant 1115 n. Bywy. Is a a a the in place 332-4995 soil to be. Under the Federal medicare program am i entitled to reimbursement for amounts paid out for my deceased Mother of an estate has been or will be probated for your Mother the medicare prepayments will be made to her estate and you May recover from her estate the amount you have paid. Of your Mother does not have an estate then reimbursement of medicare benefits is made to you through your local social Security office. Of medicare prepayments were made by your Mother with her own funds then you and the other heirs Are entitled to recovery through either of these procedures. Criswell funeral Home in Ada since 1918 111 East 12th phone 332-6181 Abbott Pauls Valley. James Clark District at-1 Wendell Lee Harris jr., Torney for the 20th District will ?j1 City to Helen Hamil be the guest speaker at a meet-1 Tom Pontotoc. _ ing of the greater Ada kiwanis i Samuel Greenwood Byars to of Bob Bratcher route i Ada club at 6 45 . Thursday Darlene Johnson Ada. A four Miles West of the City night. Clark also a member of the Oklahoma crime commission will be introduced by District judge Gordon Melson. The Public is invited to attend. Sears a War Wynm gemini Law a last Day Michael Caine in Quot pulp Quot last Day a Gore Vidal the National aeronautics and space administration has made extensive studies on metabolism control. Researchers fed a Snake Only water for 365 Days and it survived without any ill effects. In United artists Myra Breckinridge starts tomorrow i Ira a Mai could shoot non pm in a me trocolor my my ii u starts tomorrow lady Frankenstein a and Quot blood of Dracula Castle Quot in Emma Wam Mumm Ada Community theatre n dinner theatre Plaza suite Quot by Neil Simon 2 aet comedy feb. 21,22, 23 and 24 reservation Only Holiday inn of Ada dinner 6 30 . Play 7 30 . Reservation 332-5143 Pat Townsend also slightly damaged. Monday firemen also fought a grass fire at the residence hearing aids this is Sears compact As Small around As a Penny lighter than a dime Start has a heart no Aid for every heed body w it in to of free hearing examination by j. D. Langford certified hearing Aid audiologist at seers 840 Arlington Center Ada okla wednesday feb. 6-9 00 am til 12 noon we repair Moat makes of hearing aids no obligation shop at Sears and save satisfaction guaranteed or your Money Back Sears Roebuck and co. Richard Rogers on revelation tonight thru Friday a 7 30 . Tuesday the planet Earth neither late nor great wednesday the overthrow of satan thursday the wonderful world has come Friday a a hallelujah anyway a title of Roger s Book on revelation does the Book of revelation specify these times As the end of the world do events now occurring in the Middle East have anything to do with the apostles apocalypse what is the meaning of the period of tribulation and rapture Richard Rogers Lubbock Texas Sears Central Church of Christ 820 s. Stadium drive Ada okla

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