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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1974, Ada, OklahomaAda. Oklahoma. Sunday May 12, 1974 the Ada sunday news Page 5 postmasters end 3-Day convention the Oklahoma Branch of the National league of postmas ters wound up its three Day state convention in Ada Friday afternoon by choosing new Stata officers. Officers were chosen to rep resent first through fourth class Post offices said Dave Davis Roff 1973 president of the organization. The new officers Are Margie Kilpatrick Kremlin president Milton love Holden Ville executive vice president John Snethen Mustang vice president Faye Williams Blan co vice president Pat Camp Bell Stonewall vice president Dan Sealock Maud associate state coordinator Billy Jean Hardaway fort Towson Secre tary treasurer Cora Helen Gassman Arapaho editor and Buster Barker bos will membership chairman. Ada explorer scouts will at tend at three Day explorer olympics at East Central May 17, 18 and 19. Activities will Start Friday at . At the Ada High school track. Explorer girls and boys will compete in Golf Tennis Archery swimming and diving Rifle marksmanship wrestling volleyball and basketball. They will relax saturday night at a dance in student Union Ball room. Sunday the explorers will compete in weight lifting table Tennis and Cross country run. In addition to physical events the olympics will include a speech contest a general know ledge test and a chess tournament. The olympics will be continued through sunday evening ending at 8 . With an awards ceremony in the student Union ballroom. There will be 172 individual first second and third i place olympic medals awarded Holdenville postmaster Milton love was named Oklahoma postmaster of the year by the alone with several team n i Riu i n a in a. La. Caiu y postmaster of the year award staff photo Ada explorers plan olympics at East Central National league of postmasters at the nip convention held last week at the Holiday inn in Ada. Love was presented his plaque by Obera Goodwin Durham chairwoman of the committee to pick the top postmaster. Oklahoman picked for Uso tour continued from Page 1 la Homans were being considered for a tour. As the school year began drawing to a close Frederick still had t heard any More about the tour. So he called new York. He reached Sheldon who immediately asked him when the next concert was scheduled. During Sheldon s visit to Ada he also asked Frederick to serve on the National com Mittee which screens col lege shows for the Uso. I Don t know what my responsibilities will he said. But i Hope it will be a real open door to students coming to East Central in the Frederick is allowed to take Only nine members on the tour. He still does t know How he will decide which members will go. Last year s group was com prised of 14 singers. Those who go on tour will take a Light class Load in the Spring and May be Able to get credit for the tour by writing a paper Frederick said. Frederick said he was excited about the performing experience the group will amass do ing Over 40 hour Long concerts during the month. Kissinger s aide View strategic Mideast Hills Jerusalem a Secre tary of state Henry a. Kissin Ger sent aides to Survey Strate Gic Hills on the Golan Heights on saturday before beginning what one . Official said could be a decisive meeting with israeli leaders on a Dis engagement agreement with i Syria. Accompanied by it. Gen. Mordechai Gur the israeli chief of staff Kissinger s aides Joseph j. Sisco and Harold d. Saunders flew by helicopter to the Northern israeli Airstrip then drove to the gutted Golan Heights provincial capital of Qun Eitra. Sisco undersecretary of state for political affairs and Saun Ders the top Middle East specialist on the National Security Council also toured three Hills overlooking israeli farming communities near the abandoned town. Israel is reluctant to yield the Hills As part of a separation of forces agreement. The military command said that fighting continued As the two americans visited the but there were no reports of or total War Battles in the immediate Vicin Ity and it was not known if Sis Ian president Hafez Assad on sunday. Its Banner headline quoted by Israel radio read Deci Sive 24 hours. Disengagement co and Saunders could hear the action. They reported to Kissin Ger after their four hour inspection. Israel is willing to give up at least part of Qun Eitra to . Control but is said to balk at leaving the Hills which provide a defensive screen for the settlements. Qun Eitra was abandoned by its civilians and captured by the israelis in the 1967 War. In Damascus the newspaper of the ruling syrian baath party also reflected the importance of Kissinger s next round of talks with the israelis and syr Kissinger spent part of Satur Day resting in his hotel room. The rest was so unusual f6r Kissinger that rumours began circulating that the Secretary secretly left to return to Washington because of reports presi Dent Nixon might resign. Finally . Spokesman Rob Ert Mccloskey quashed the re mors saying i just went up to talk with thl Secretary. The Secretary of state is Here in his suite with his after a work session on Fri Day israeli negotiators sounded More optimistic about reaching an agreement than they have since Kissinger s Mission began two weeks ago. Militant truckers push for another shutdown by the associated press partial fuel Price rollbacks. Militant Independent truckers. An associated press Survey the Way i look at it we re Are urging another shutdown saturday showed however in a performing Art so let s i protest High fuel prices and that most truckers Don t sup he said. He said he considers the Uso a stepping Stone into profession Al show business for those with real Talent. It really is the last Opportunity that exists for Young adult performers to really have an apprenticeship in show bus iness under the most moral and William Hill president of the fraternal association of steel haulers and one of the negotiators in last Winter s shutdown said another work stoppage was a last he said some of the Drivers main prob lems including availability of diesel fuel had been resolved a after the last strike. Corned about prices of course i Clarksville ind., just across i members of the Arkansas in but a strike in t going to do a the Ohio River from dependent truckers association sri lbs Thi mirth try i ii in lower Speed limits but most Drivers say they la keep rolling. Most truckers can see no gain from a said Frank Sigloh a Drivers spokes port Parkhurst in his new shut Down Call. This Mike Parkhurst Ain t making truck payments while he s calling for a said Man in Idaho. They re con a Driver at Cliff s truck Stop in ought to keep printing voted not to go along with the Michael Parkhurst editor of his Magazine and mind his own i shutdown. If anybody thinks a ethical circumstances you can overdrive Magazine has urged business while the rest of us shutdown will Roll Back fuel find he said Driver owners to pull off the have to keep in nil it io.a1 a a r______1 j _ cancer drive lags behind drive leaders say donations Are lagging in the current fund raising crusade for the Ameri can cancer society in this county. Gordon barrel crusade chair Man said contributions now to Tal approximately he said the county is trying to secure to help in the fight against cancer. Contributions May be sent to Fred Andrews treasurer of the county chapter of the society to Harrel or to mrs. Dorothy Cheek who is chairman of the residential Section of the drive. Harrel asked anyone who has not contributed but wishes to do so to respond promptly. Rabies clinic begins monday the Tishomingo environmental health department will sponsor a rabies clinic monday at new Bethel and Allen. The clinic will be held from 10 am. To at new Bethel in the Community building. It will be held in Allen at the Community building at the hous ing project from . The clinic is held in conjunction with the Indian health Cli Nic. Road at . Monday. A spokesman for Parkhurst predicted that to truckers will participate and said that would be 80 or 90 per cent of All the owner Drivers in the country. Parkhurst was one of the leaders of a truckers shutdown in january and february that sparked violence in some areas Cut truck traffic on major highways and resulted in several Drivers said the january shutdown and a Sim Ilar action last december had Cost of the Money. I Don t feel there s anything we can gain by it another said prices i think he s said one Driver. Frank Fitzsimmons presi Dent of the teamsters Union which opposed the last shut Down said again that his group does not in any Way support George Nicholson president of i new work stoppage. The delmarva Independent tru among those groups who said Akers which represents about 200 owner Drivers in Delaware Maryland and Virginia. We be been through it two times be fore and not gotten they would support the protest were the truckers association of the Midwest and truckers for Justice a group based in Phoenix Ariz. Impeachment staff to study most serious Nixon charges Washington a the House judiciary committee will examine evidence this week dealing with the water Gate cover up that could be decisive in determining whether president Nixon will be impeached. Although watergate is Only one of six areas the committee is investigating it includes the most serious charges and could produce the accusations of criminal conduct that most House members Are Likely to require before voting to impeach. Impeachment by the House is in effect an accusation. A trial on the charges would be held in the Senate with a two thirds majority required for conviction. One committee member ready has said he found in the to Hunt s attorney the night of White House edited transcripts March 21. A Clear indisputable violation i other cover up allegations on of Federal criminal Law in Nix which the committee will re on s discussions of payments to Cej Jve evidence include attempts keep convicted watergate Bur t6 get up t. Glar Howard Hunt quiet of water i and the destruction of Evi transcript of that March 21, 1973, conversation Between Nix on and former White House counsel John Dean. Produced with Superior sound equipment it reportedly is More Complete than the White House version. The committee also has secret grand jury evidence Deal ing with the payments to Hunt and other watergate defend ants. In the report accompanying its indictments of seven former White House and Nixon Campaign officials last March 1, the watergate grand after hip rep. John Conyers d-mich., Al jury said was delivered the committee resumes its consideration of evidence be Hind closed doors tuesday and is scheduled to continue them through thursday. At the open ing session last thursday chief counsel John Doar brought the committee up to the break in at democratic Headquarters. In 1972 Candy manufacturers sold 963 million pounds of Candy bars valued at More than million. Ques. During the olympics two new games will be introduced push Ball and Dodge Ball. A rappelling demonstration will be Given by the members of military science explorer Post 31, sunday at 5 . Off a five Story dormitory. The olympics is co sponsored by the military science depart ment of East Central the Ada rotary and Ada Jaycees. Local Engineer selected for old position David f. Maloy has been named resident Engineer for the Purcell residency of the okla homa department of highways according to department director r. A. Ward. For the past two years Maloy has been an area maintenance Engineer at the division three Headquarters in Ada. Maloy also worked As the computer systems coordinator for the Ada division. Maloy 31, was born in Seminole where he grew up and later graduated from High school. He and his wife Linda have two children a son Zachary 5, and a daughter Tava 3. Maloy served three years Active duty in the naval Reserve. He was an officer and ship navigator. Presently he is com Mander of a naval Reserve unit in Mcalester. Maloy received his civil engineering degree from the uni University of Oklahoma in Jan uary 1969, and entered the Oklahoma department of Highway Engineer training program the same month. I Maloy replaces Howard Bun cd who has been resident Ginger at Purcell since 1956. Fitter explains increase in is deductibles by fitter manager of the Ada social Security office indicates recent increases in in patient Hospital deductibles were required because of a Rise in Hospital charges. He said the medicare pro Gram has always operated a coinsurance principle. That is j the beneficiary is directly re i Spon sible for part of his medi i Cal Bills. As Hospital charges Rise medicare Cost increase and correspondingly the beneficiaries share of the total Char Ges is increased by raising the deductibles. Based on a review of 1973 Hospital charges fitter said the i in artent Hospital deductible for the first 60 Days in the Hospi Tal has been raised to this new rate was effective with hos Pital visits beginning on or after Jan. 1, and is an increase of Over the 1973 deductible. He also said deductible amounts increased for Hospital stays longer than 60 Days. The new rate for the 61st through the 90th Day is per Day and per Day for the 91st through the 150th Day. Medi care coverage terminates after i the person s 150th Day in the Hospital. I it was emphasized that the 60 Days coverage after the 90th Day in the Hospital is called a person s lifetime most of the tiny islands in the Western Pacific Ocean Are of volcanic origin. The Amazon River drains an area of about Square Miles. 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