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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Ada, OklahomaThe Ada sunday news Ada Oklahoma sunday March it 974 Hall s finance Crew members subpoenaed Oklahoma City three state officials who were among gov. David Hall s Origi Nal Campaign finance Crew have been subpoenaed to appear before a Federal grand jury when it reconvenes Here March 19, it was Learned Satur Day. A. Source close to the Gover nor said d. K. Swon Muskogee a member of the Oklahoma Highway commission Dick Young commissioner of the state insurance fund and Larry Kirkland state Highway safety coordinator and a Mem ten or twelve persons subpoenaed to testify before the grand jury. Swon Young and Kirkland were members of Hall s boiler room Crew a group of six or seven key Hall supporters who helped him organize the gov dec grads May trouble finding continued from Page 1 he said. Standards for entering teach ers programs were raised and the screening process for admit Tance made More thorough he said. Or. Altmiller said he has recently been seeing a trend for unemployed persons to come Back to school to earn teaching degrees. The Only explanation he can offer is that the people Are from smaller cities in this area and wish to stick close to Home he said. They View the schools As the most obvious Community Industry and see them As potential employers. Some new programs in spec Ial areas Are now being Deve loped by the education school. These will help shift education majors into areas where de Ber of Hall s staff were among error s club and promote other fund raising ideas after he was elected governor. The Federal grand jury began investigating Hall s financial affairs and reports of alleged kickbacks on state contracts when it convened in january. The March 19 session will be the second monthly session de voted primarily to the Hall probe. U. S. Atty. William r. Burkett declined to discuss have jobs specialists math and science. Those who have actually participated in College sports such As football and basketball do not have a probe coaching jobs up to 1 she said. History social studies and English areas Are still Over crowded however. Some of the other East Cen trial graduates outside the Edu cation Field won t have such a difficult time finding jobs she said. Nursing and medical techno logy graduates Are still in de Mand. Also five of what is known As the big eight accounting firms have come to the March session is last Threa Days. There have been indications in recent weeks that the grand jury May be nearing the conclusion of its investigation of the governor. One source said there probably would be one or two More sessions after the March meeting which could mean the jury will have its re port ready in april or May. The grand jury investigation apparently has no connection with the internal Revenue serv Campus recruiting graduates ice probe of Hall s income tax this year in addition to these several big Oil companies have recently come to Campus to recruit a Mand still exists or. Altmiller counting and business admin said. Stration grads she said. Miss Jamison said some Are just being in Oklahoma was where teachers Are still where the unemployment rate needed Are special is not As High As other states learning disabilities Ada polling place changed a permanent change in the Ward 3, precinct 4 polling place has been made and will be in effect for the March 19 City Council elections and All subsequent elections. Sara Mcdaniel clerk of the Pontotoc county election Board said the new polling make it easier on East Central graduates. Figures recently released by the state show the unemployment rate for january 1974, returns for the years from 1968 through 1972. That investigation apparently is still underway meaning it would be several months before it could be finalized because All irs criminal cases must be cleared through regional and National offices before being finalized. The grand jury probe appears to be entering More on Hall s funds rasing activities particularly regarding contributions from contractors doing was 4.1 per cent As compared business with the state with a National rate of 5.2 per cent of the work Force. One key area under invest the state also added 41.900 gation concerns Loans made to workers to the Job Force last1 the governor by Carl Ballew year according to state re an Oklahoma City painting con cords. Tractor. E. A. Cowen ii a so new jobs Are still being i Shawnee contractor and a. W. Created and new workers hired sunny Jenkins formerly study begins on proposed Reservoir by Art Cox Atoka a feasibility study is now under Way for a major new Lake in Atoka county the Mcgee Reservoir. The Lake will contain acre feet. A total of acre feet will be set aside for Dom Estic water use. It will be located 17 Miles East and three Miles North of Atoka. The proposed Reservoir will be used As a supplement to Lake Atoka said Joe Hall Oklahoma City Bureau of Recla mation planner. The Lake has been under investigation since 1967. The corps of engineers first considered the project but later bowed out in the absence of major flood control benefits. In May the u. S. Congress authorized a feasibility study. The study began in january under the Bureau of reclamation. Officials estimate the Reser voir will Cost in the neighbor Hood of million. A portion of the Cost will be paid by the Federal government. The Oklahoma water resources Board has passed a Resolution assuring payment for costs re lating to water storage. Oklahoma City has been tentatively allocated acre feet of water. The City of Atoka and a Rural water District will get acre feet each and the Southern Oklahoma development association will receive acre feet. The Reservoir will also give residents a new recreation area. Hall said a Park to pro vide recreational facilities is planned. The reservation will also con Tain a primitive area for Camp ing and nature studies. A tract has been designated for this purpose in the Bugaboo can Yon area. Brain bowl staff photo dec death Mars streakers fun by the associated press Central state College in Ada Oklahoma College and Friday of head injuries he school students joined in the received when his motorcycle streaking craze during the Pas week but their fun was marred crashed into a parked car on the East Central Campus ear registrar workshop scheduled eight Byng High school students competed in a super brain bowl tuesday. The juniors and sophomores beat the freshmen and seniors 340-275. Charles Taylor far left was the top individual scorer. Other students competing in the bowl were Diane Gurley Pierce Vicki Wilson Randy Johns Vance Burns Laurie Dew Marie Elliott and Phil Childers. Oklahoma Man Dies in crash by the associated press an Eldorado Man was killed and although it May seem1 Hall s top aide reportedly re and nos wife seriously injured to some like looking for Ballew on a single car crash Northwest place is the Calvary Pente Needle in a Haystack East Cen behalf in december 1972. Of Eldorado in Harmon county costal holiness Church at 930 trial Spring graduates who get i Cowen s firm is the prime Harley t. Adams 46, of Eldo was killed saturday w. 8th. Out and scramble for jobs May contractor on state projects to the old locations was at 707 i turn up gainfully employed this taling More than million in morning and his wife Theda w. 7th. I time next year. Oklahoma City and Tulsa. 134, seriously injured. N Power Streak "78 polyester Cord tire Blackwall Tubeless size a78-13 plus . And off your car. Ill will Fulci and tire off fid. I. The Whitewall More per Whitewall polyester Cord for smooth ride husky appearance and 6 Riding ribs for traction and Good mileage for maximum tire mileage front did alignment any . Car plus parts if needed. Complete front end inspection camber easier and toe in set by precision equipment fuel Saver full engine tune up new plugs Points condenser set dwell choke time engine i. . Auto balance carb. Test starting add or 8 Cyl. Add charging compression acceleration for air conditioned cars. Includes vows Toyota car care value lube and Oil change transmission and differential Oil Check Complete Chassis lubrication Price include up to 5 qts. Of Oil find labor by hip ointment Only our specialists install adjust Brake linings All 4 wheels inspect str. Cyl. Dei hoses remove clean inspect repack if Tunc front wheel bearings it add fluid. Include White cult. U. Drums lined j3.00 to. Vow i front Irti ii Mill 14. 7s or. A turn Ipri Nii Toyota Matiun n. Isitt Coil _ 5 ways to pay at Goodyear our own cml mor credit plan motor sex prot Moray card Wirtl our policy. It must be right or we make it right More than Goodyear service stores with Bays to serve you coast to Aden Lee Ward Sulphur services for Aden Lee Ward 66, Sulphur will be monday at 1 . In the Chapel of the Dunn funeral Home. The Rev. Jim House will conduct the services. Or. Ward was born dec. 16, 1907, in Gainesville Tex. He died Friday in Ardmore. He was a retired Engineer. Addie s. Findley Kingston services for Addie Susan Findley 79, King Ston will be monday at 2 . In the Kingston methodist Church. The Rev. John Dennis will conduct the services. Mrs. Findley was born May 27, 1894, in Pickens county . She died Friday following a prolonged illness. At the time he spent his Early life or death she was living Thackerville and moved to a with her daughter in Ada. Sulphur 25 years ago. He was she and a e Findley were he was a graduate of East a member of the Sandy Baptist i married dec. 24, 1909, in sad Central state College. In 1939 James c. Emerson or. Services for James c. Emer son jr., 60, Lampasas Tex., Are scheduled for 2 . Monday in the Chapel of Criswell Funer Al Home. Or. Emerson died Friday at his Home. He was born March 15. 1913, in Sulphur to j. C. And Winnie Davis Myers Emerson and moved to Ada when he was Young boy. By the nation s first reported j her in the week. The victim death from a streaking in Murphy Mitchell Scruggs jr., cadent. 21, was Riding the Cycle Wear and As the week ended the ing Only a Gas mask and a Tempo of arrests and charges crash helmet. Filed against participants in the charged in Norman Munici nude romping picked up. Pal court with indecent sex ten Norman streakers one posture were University of okla of whom is from Ada were homa students Jennifer Burger charged with indecent exposure Duncan Kenneth Sauer Ada Friday and arrests were report and j. Pau Bradley Beaver. Edmond Rich March Norman also and Tulsa. Was charged. The names of the a former student at East other six who were charged were not released because the complaining officers had not signed complaints by late Fri Day afternoon. Norman officers also reported Friday that about 30 West Junior High school students in various stages of undress were streaking at the school. None of the students were apprehended after they either ran off or hurriedly dressed offi voter registrars in Pontotoc j cers said. County monday will participate i Oklahoma City crooked in a registration workshop Spon i Oak High school was invaded sorted by the state seven streakers who were Board. Apprehended by police officers. Lee Slater Secretary of the one of the seven streakers state Board said the workshop j caught at crooked Oak was is conducted with the co opera booked at police Headquarters Tori of county election Board hate Friday. Booked on sushi Secretary w. W. Gibson. Scion of indecent exposure was the workshop will be at 7 Jerry Clyde Whiting 18. Police . In the courthouse at Ada. Said the six other juveniles interested persons and Regis were released to their parents trans Are invited. In Tulsa one female Streaker Frank Hastings training off i was suspended from Mason icer for the state election Board i High school Friday and a male will conduct the session. Has student at Hale High school Tings will provide Demontra was being questioned by police tons of proper registration pro Roy Lewis director of Tulsa Cedres and will distribute in High schools said the female Striction Al material to the Reg Streaker was caught by school i stars. Officials about noon and turned Slater said the workshop is Over to police part of a statewide training pro j streaking hit a High on okla Gram for voter registrars. Homa campuses thursday As because registration Laws students at the University of have changed so rapidly during Oklahoma formed nude human the past few years due to fed i pyramids and streakers Rode on eral legislation and . Sup horseback across the Central reme court decisions it has crowd of several Hundred Csc been difficult to keep abreast j students observing a streaking of Slater said. Spree thursday night and Early Church. Survivors include Jer Tex. His wife Lilie of the Home two Daugh ters Clara Jane Svarvari los Angeles and Betty Pierce Arlington Tex. One brother p. L. Ward Durant one sister he received his master s Mabel Akin Durant five City brother grandchildren and one great Thurston Gorrell Oklahoma grandchild. Survivors include four Daugh Gree in engineering from okla ters Lasiter and mar i homa state University. Mary Lucille Turner in Ada. Or. Emerson taught in the j Ada Public schools and also at i Osu. He owned the Emerson Sheet Metal and roofing co. Here until 1957 when he moved he said the workshop is being j Friday conducted in Advance of the four persons were charged election year registration Rush with Misdemeanour offences in in an Effort to insure that All Oklahoma county District court eligible citizens who want to Friday in connection with Van vote in the 1974 elections have dualism and rowdiness on the an Opportunity to do so. Edmond Campus. City Bonnie Shields Ada and Lucille Johnson Stillwater one son Ervin Findley jr., okla City eight grandchildren and burial will be in Highland great Granac Miauren. To Farmington cemetery Durant. Bearers Bunal wl11 m the Kingston j to Lampasas in 1971 will he Boh. Jerry Anri cemetery. Watts funeral . He moved i will be Bob Jerry and Larry cemetery Mobley Gene Underwood or. Home Madill is in charge of Wallace and Melton w. Brown. Arrangements. Indian education meeting slated the opportunities available in higher education for adults of american Indian descent will be discussed in a meeting sat urday March 16, on the East Central Campus. The meeting at 10 . In room 214, administration building will be hosted by Joe stick Bia Cou Selor at East Central. Any person of american in Dian descent is Welcome to at tend the meeting. The pro Gram is aimed at adults who at one time or another had a desire to attend College and did t because of financial or admission difficulties. Today Indian adults have one of the Best chances of any one to attend College through Bia Grants or other financial stick said. Hardie g. Gardner Coalgate services for Hardie g. Gardner 77, Coal Gate will be at 2 . Monday in the Olney gymnasium with Don Markum conducting the rites. Or. Gardner died thursday in a Coalgate Hospital. He was born May 30, 1896, in Lexington to Moses and Martha Reynolds Ganaway. A rancher he was also a vet eran of world War i and a 50 year member of the american legion. On Jan. 10, 1960, he and Alice i Harrell were married in Coal Gate. Survivors include his wife Alice of the Home and several nieces and nephews. Burial will be in Moore Ceme Tery. Jim Epperson funeral serv ice is in charge of arrange j ments. Or. Emerson served As a lieutenant in the . Navy j during world War ii and was a member of the masons and i elks. He was also a member of the first United methodist Church. Survivors include his wife Lucy of the Home his father j. C. Emerson Ada one Daugh Ter mrs. Jim Babcock Phoe Nix one sister mrs. Harry i Devers Bowie Tex., and three grandchildren. The Rev. Denny Hook will conduct the rites. Burial will be in Rosedale cemetery. I the family will receive i friends at Criswell s from 4 to j 6 . Today. A haul rentals moved to 630 n. Bywy. Paul Graves 332-7054 same service same location new phone 332-2121 for your insurance needs see David Lee in insurance Boley insurance and real estate Ada Oklahoma candidate for City Council Ward 2 Home owner City resident since 1958 Board of directors kiwanis club of greater Ada administrative Board member of first United methodist Church three children in Ada schools educational coordinator school of medical technology Sid Bearden vote March 19 for Sid Bearden paid for by Sid Bearden

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