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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - June 23, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma Page i the Ada sunday Newsad Oklahoma sunday june 23, 1974 political announcements judicial District 22 District judge office no. 2 Ronald l. Jones Gordon r. Melson county commissioner District i David Wayne Gray Lonnie Manuel o. D. Spitter Don e. Summers county commissioner District 2 Clive big brother Rigsby l. W. Quot Butch Quot Sutton w. D. Quot Bud Quot Jaquess Billy Joe Mcnair Clyde r. Haskins f. O. Bud Jones county commissioner District 3 Johnnie Boring w. B. Dub Lewis s. L. Quot Corky Quot Hudson w. C. Quot dub Quot Story county clerk James Houston Mcgaha Pontotoc county sheriff h. T. Gay judiciary committee to limit number of witnesses in its inquiry Washington a the House judiciary committee is planning to limit sharply the number of witnesses called in its impeachment inquiry and the areas in which they will be questioned. Under increasing pressures to wind up the inquiry in the next three or four weeks the committee is expected to decide that Only five or six witnesses will be needed. That would include witnesses recommended by the inquiry i staff by committee members j and by James St. Clair who is in charge of president Nixon a impeachment defense. The witnesses will be examined Only on specific Points i where gaps appear in the committee s documentary evidence or where there is conflicting evidence. Longer sworn statements from witnesses would be available to the members. Few major watergate Fig ures except former White House counsel Charles w. Colson Are Likely to be on the witness list. The committee has the testimony of the others from the grand jury and the Senate watergate hearings. Colson reportedly told committee attorneys that he warned Nixon in january and in february of 1973 that former atty. Gen. John n. Mitchell was involved in watergate. Nixon had said he Learned of High level involvement in the breaking on March 21, 1973. Colson a attorney on saturday confirmed these accounts by columnist Jack Anderson and the new York daily news of Colson a testimony. The identity of the impeachment witnesses and the ground rules for questioning them will be worked out next week in a series of meetings that will also Settle the questions of How St. Clair presents his defense and whether evidence gathered in the inquiry will be made Public. At a meeting monday the committee is also expected to Issue another subpoena for White House tapes and documents. Nixon has refused to comply with four previous ones seeking watergate evidence. The new one will demand evidence relating to the settlement of an itt antitrust suit to political contributions by the Dairy Industry and to allegations the Nixon administration used the internal Revenue service for political purposes. One reason for the new subpoena is to build up the committees Case for making Nixon a noncompliance with subpoenas a possible ground for impeachment. The committee has also notified Nixon it will feel free to infer he is withholding incriminating evidence if he fails to provide material that could fill in some of the gaps in the Case. That there Are gaps is conceded by nearly every member. Some of Nixon a strongest defenders on the committee say nothing that could involve him in an impeachable offence has been proven so far. On the other hand a number of democrats say the documentary record already provides sufficient grounds for recommend ing that Nixon be brought to trial in the Senate. Some democrats Are considering Basing one article of impeachment on constitutional grounds however in Case proof of an impeachable evidence is lacking because of missing evidence. They Are guided by a Brief on constitutional grounds for impeachment prepared by the inquiry staff at the Start of the investigation. Study group says i May cause migraines Chicago apr a study of pills or Oestrogens in other migraine patients shows that j forms have More headaches women who take birth control than other such patients a re searcher reports. Watermelon seed spiff in contest slated Dunlop criticizes Aid to beef Industry poet Jean Wahl is dead at 86 Paris a Jean Wahl a major French philosopher and poet who was associated closely with Jean Paul Sartre s existentialism theory has died one month after his 86th birthday. Wahls household said the noted teacher who once gave Sartre a failing Grade in his course at Paris s sorbonne died Friday. The cause of death was not announced. Although Wahl taught existentialism he insisted he belonged to no fixed philosophic school. The world championship Watermelon seed spitting contest will be held in Pauls Valley saturday beginning at i . Pauls Valley has been designated by the state legislature As the Home of the we wisc. The official world record set by Gary Archer. Pauls Valley is 52 feet 812 inches. Bark Boyd York. Penn., was the 1973 Winner with a 45 foot 10li Inch spit. This year s contest will have five divisions ranging from boys and girls 8 and under to grandmas. Several Hundred dollars in prizes will be awarded in each division with a $25.00 savings Bond going to the grand Champion. Or. Lee Kudrow told the annual meeting of the american association for the study of headache on saturday that stopping use of the Pill reduced headache frequency among most of the women. He said changing the oestrogen dosage and its timing helped women taking this hormone As therapy he said. Kudrow. Director of the California medical clinic for headache studied 30 headache sufferers 239 of them women 62 per cent of whom were using Oestrogens in some form. Oestrogens a female hormone Are sometimes prescribed for postmenopausal women and for treatment of some diseases. Migraine has been associated with constriction of blood vessels in the head and Kudrow suggested that constriction of blood vessels caused by Oestrogens May cause migraine head aches in these women. Alver Porter Haney i Daugherty a funeral services were held at 2 . Saturday for River Porter Haney 75, who died in his Home Here thursday. Haney was born june 27, 1898, in Garland Tex. He moved to the Daugherty area at an Early age where he spent most of his life. A Farmer he married Jannie Haney in Ardmore dec. La 1917/ survivors include his wife Jannie. Of the Home two sons Earl Haney. Corpus Christi Tex., and Vernon Haney Mathis Tex. Four Brothers Ernest and Charlie both of Daugherty Roy California and Elzie Oklahoma City three Sisters. Mrs. Blanche Willis Davis and mrs. Albe Moore and mrs. Pauline Montgomery both of Arizona five grand children and one great grandchild. Services were held at the Daugherty Baptist Church under the direction of Rev. Jim House. Burial was in the Daugherty cemetery. I bearers were Bird Bill Frank Jim Billy Frank and James Allen Lance. Washington a John t. Dunlop the governments outgoing Price controller says Congress is aggravating inflation by pursuing inconsistent economic policies. As an example he cites proposals to Aid the beef Industry. On the one hand Congress is demanding that the administration restrain inflation Dur lop said while on the other it is considering guaranteed Loans and import quotas for the beef Industry to keep meat prices from falling. He said there is special irony in this because americans a1-1 ready have shown they Are unwilling to buy Large quantities of beef at current prices. A a it a time Congress stopped its month to month changing of economic policy a Dunlop said in an interview. Dunlop who will be 60 next month will cease being director of the Cost of living Council when it formally goes out of business on june 30. He plans to return to Harvard University where he is a professor of economics but he will serve As a part time adviser to White House economic coordinator Kenneth Rush. Dunlop made Clear he feels both Congress and the administration should do More to combat inflation which has resulted in consumer Price increases of 10.7 per cent in the last 12 months. Use of fiscal and monetary policies alone by the administration will be inadequate because of political considerations he said. Congress on the other hand must Settle on a economic policy and stick to it Dunlop said. A year ago Congress was demanding a Price freeze he said while now it opposes a much less restrictive Price restraint program. A what the country needs Are Long run policies on which decisions of business and collective bargaining can be made a he added. He emphasized there Are no easy answers to inflation and that it can be brought under control Only Over a Long period of time. Among other Points he made a some of the achievements of the 2l/2-years-old wage and Price control program particularly in health costs and construction wages already Are being undone in the seven weeks since the program expired. A the country was fortunate it had a wage and Price control program in place at the time of the Arab Oil embargo otherwise Domestic Oil prices probably would be double what they Are now. Top labor mediator arrives on scene of nurse strike san Francisco a the nations top labor mediator called both sides together saturday in a two week strike by 4,000 registered nurses against 42 hospitals and clinics. William Ussery director of the Federal mediation service flew Here from Washington on Friday after hospitals reported danger of a crisis resulting from the nurses abandonment of emergency rooms and intensive care units. Meanwhile a spokesman for the striking California nurses association warned that a the potential is there for a very Long strike unless we get our demands. A the nurses started out Strong and they re getting firmer every Day a said Erie Poole of the Union which called a strike june 7 against 28 hospitals and 14 clinics from san Jose to Sacramento. Bargaining talks on the strike issues a which include wages pensions and working conditions a broke off at midweek after the two sides said they were making no Progress. On wednesday in what Hospi j Tai officials claim was an unprincipled escalation nurses walked out of Many emergency rooms and intensive care units which they had agreed to staff during the dispute. A doctors and licensed vocational nurses Are having to work Long hours to keep these special services going a said Larry Corbett a spokes Man for associated hospitals 1 one of three private Hospital groups affected by the strike. Children a Hospital in Oakland reported it had transferred 50 of its 82 patients because it was unable to provide adequate nursing care. Poole said the nurses pulled out of special services Only because the hospitals were violating their agreement to cancel routine surgery during the dispute. The teamsters Union gave the walkout formal Sanction thursday and halted All deliveries except those of vital items such As oxygen blood prescription drugs and food. The Union is demanding a 5.5 per cent increase in nurses salaries plus a Cost of living escalator. 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