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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma East Central seniors find jobs scarce in outside world East Central will graduate Over 450 students this Spring most of whom will go looking for jobs in a year of economic slowdown and High National unemployment rates. Increasing their problem is the fact that 62 per cent of the graduates Are in education a Field in which the state and nation has been Over supplied for years. All this is enough to make even the hardiest placement officer sit on the Edge of chair. Miss Merle Jamison in charge of placement at East Cen trial wistfully remembers the Days when companies sent so Many Job recruiters to Campus she had to go out and find enough students for the interviews. A no longer do they come looking for you you be got to go looking for them a she warns graduating students. Miss Jamison notes this year there have been fewer Calls of fring students jobs than Ever. But a a in a not saying students can to get jobs a she stressed. A they just have to persevere and sell or. Wendell Altmiller Dean of the school of education agrees this is a particularly bad year for teaching graduates. The reasons Are Many including the general downturn of the Economy and the declining number of Public school Over 210 education majors will graduate this Spring and an additional 35 will receive masters degrees in education. However the total figures Are deceptive because not All graduating in education Are looking for teaching jobs or. Altmiller said. For example some Are housewives who wish to earn a degree in elementary education As an Aid to raising their children. Some students choose to go through education programs because of the wide scope of studies and humanizing aspect of the classes he explained. Or. Altmiller said the education school began a successful attempt to reduce the number of students entering the Field in 1967. A we have reduced the percentage from 76 per cent to about 62 per cent of East Central see a a eco Page 2 the Ada sunday news h Yea n0< 308 40 pages sunday edition of the Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma sunday March to 1974 to cents weekday 15 cents sunday hello Dolly scheduled for tuesday at dec plants finally arrive in Ada after delays despite floods fire and nearly a week of being waylaid the Hardy forsythia inter Media Spe Stabilis and Chae Romeles la Genaria Japonica finally wended their Way to Ada. Friday a shipment of 50,000 Japonica and 25,000 forsythia cuttings arrived in Bicentennial country Only a Little worse for the Wear. Ted Savage chamber of Commerce manager said the plants have a slight touch of mildew but have a wonderful Root systems and that a what a a it a Hardy just like an oklahoman a be explained. A a Hardy would also be a Good description of Many adans who be been holding their breaths since january awaiting word on the shipment. The cuttings were ordered from a Nursery in Mississippi last october and delivery Date was set for feb. 15. Savage called the Nursery in january to Check on the Progress of the order. He was told Rains had flooded Fields and Many plants had died. The Nursery bought More plants and when it was finally Able to work the Fields readied the cuttings and finally called Savage to let him know the plants would go out the next Day. That very night the shipping department building burned. The order was destroyed. A this put our delivery Date up to March a Savage said. Again the order was filled and this time shipped out from Mississippi on february 28. A a that a the order we got Friday a Savage said. The delay was caused by a mysterious disappearing act staged by the cuttings which lasted nearly a week. Savage said the plants might have been lost on the docks or left in the trucks. Meanwhile everyone was waiting. A we even called inc and said a help us find our plants a a he said. The plants Are now safely at Home in the crops building at the county Fairgrounds. They May be picked up by individuals or groups monday through wednesday Savage said. Individuals Are asked to pay to cents per cutting to help buy More plants he added. Adans should keep their fingers crossed for another order of forsythia is expected next week. Three former Nixon aides plead innocent to charges Washington a . Haldeman John d. Ehrlichman and John n. Mitchell once president Nixon a chief aides and confidants stood before a Federal judge saturday and pleaded innocent to charges they conspired to cover up the watergate affair. They entered their innocent pleas in a closely guarded courtroom along with Charles w. Colson Robert c. Mardian Kenneth w. Parkinson and Gordon Strachan All former White House or Nixon re election Eom Init tee employees. Ehrlichman and Colson also pleaded innocent to charges levelled by another grand jury that they violated the rights of a California psychiatrist by sending burglars into his office. The proceeding before chief . District judge John j. Sirica lasted Only six minutes. A was i Call your name please state to the court How you plead to the charges a said the clerk James Capitanio As the seven men and their lawyers stood before the Bench. Mitchell charged with six felony counts in the indictment was first in the unprecedented Rol Call. A not guilty to All counts a said the former attorney general Here from new York where he is on trial with former Secretary of Commerce Maurice h. Stans on allegations that he traded a favor for a Campaign contribution. Then Haldeman. A not guilty on All then Ehrlichman. A not guilty on All then Colson Mardian Parkinson and Strachan. A not even in their arraignment the men were Given vip status. None had to fill out the customary probation forms or undergo fingerprinting a the usual procedure. None had to Post Bond to remain free. Their trial is scheduled for sept. 9, six months to the Day. Sirica will preside. If there was Strain in the reunion of one time associates in the same courtroom where the watergate burglars stood trial 14 months ago it did no to show. Mitchell Shook hands with special watergate prosecutor Leon Jaworski under whose leadership the charges were brought. A John How Are you. Good to see you again a Jaworski said. A Are you in Good health a Mitchell asked. A fairly Well a said the prosecutor and moved off. As the others arrived they Shook hands All around and stood in clusters talking. The seven men were represented by to lawyers at the proceeding. Police and marshals were everywhere. Identifications were checked to gain Entrance into the courthouse. Everyone had to sign in but lawyers performed the chore for the defendants. Two charged one arrested in Kidnap plot lbs Library affair interrupted nations streakers show no sign of slacking off Washington a one person has been arrested and two others charged with conspiring to Kidnap and hold As hostage a foreign Consul general in los Angeles the Fri announced saturday. A statement issued by Fri director Clarence m. Kelley said the of the would be kidnappers was to obtain the release of two persons confined in the los Angeles county jail. The three were charged with plotting to Kidnap the Consul general of one of several nations. The person arrested was listed by the Fri As Theresa Alonzo 22, who agents picked up at Hollywood calif., apartment. The statement said she was charged with conspiring with Garret Brock Trapnell and Robert Bernard Hedberg jr., to effect the kidnapping. Hedberg and Trapnell Are now confined to the los Angeles county jail the statement said. By the associated press mrs. Lyndon b. Johnson laughed. Walter Cronkite blushed. And the Streaker was dragged out the door. It All happened saturday at the lbs Library auditorium in Austin tex., As the fad for dashing about nude continued with no end in sight. A it beats football rallies a said one Young woman who shed clothes As she strolled Down a Street near san Jose state College in California. The incident at the Library came As Cronkite a lbs newsman and former student at the University of Texas was accepting the school of communications Dewitt c. Reddick award for outstanding achievement. The nude Man wearing Only Tennis shoes an Orange baseball Cap and a Home made cloth mask entered through a Side door about 12 feet from the speakers platform but did no to get very far. Two Security men pounced on him and dragged him away. A witness said the widow of the late president laughed at the incident. Cronkite resumed his speech chuckled then commented composure was destroyed and me without a lbs the Streaker was unidentified. A a we be got a White male Down Here a said a spokesman at police Headquarters. A a we a like to know who he is ourselves. He does no to have to Tell us anything but he Isnit leaving Here until he the san Jose streaking fest began Friday night and lasted into the Early morning hours on saturday. The police concentrated on trying to keep traffic moving. A on a warm night like this it will probably go on until 4 a.m.,�?� commented one officer. Other groups of California students decided to get organized. Fifty Stanford University streakers who dashed along the Golden Gate Bridge at Rush hour on Friday said they were members of the Bay area runners Extraordinaire and the associated Stanford streakers. Bridge streaking also seemed popular in West Virginia. Nine Young nude men dashed across the toll Bridge from East Liverpool Ohio to Newell w.va., Early saturday. Hie drama and music departments of East Central will present a hello Dolly a tuesday through Friday evenings at 8 . In science Hall auditorium. Admission is $2 for adults and $1 for children sixth Grade and under. Tickets will be available at the door. Or. Dorothy Summers will direct the musical with assistance from Jeff Frederick who will also conduct the music for the performance. Scenery design and technical direction is by David Schallhorn. A hello Dolly a is based on the play a the matchmaker a by Thornton Wilder. Music and lyrics for the musical which includes great songs like a put on your sunday clothes a a before the Parade passes by a a it Only takes a moment a and a so Long Dearie a Are by Jerry Herman. A like you told me sir. Eight of clock on Che nose. Up pulls a Carriage and out Steps a tall lady with red hair and. A and the waiter Stanley has no time to finish his sentence for everyone at Harmon a gardens realizes Dolly Levi has returned. And return in style Dolly does. After ten years the widow magnificently descends the stairs As everyone awaits first words to the tune of a hello Dolly a Dolly Levi played by Debbie Davis Ada senior has always managed other Peoples lives that is until she Butts Heads with Horace Vande Gelder played by Bob Mcguire Schaumburg 111. Sophomore. Vander Geldert a chief clerk Cornelius Hackl is played by Bruce Bonar Ada senior. Other cast members Are store worker Barnaby Tucker played by Jet Torrence Pryor Junior his Niece Ermengarde portrayed by Kathy Mccord Wynnewood freshman and Fiance Ambrose Kemper Greg cure Del City freshman. Other principal characters Are mrs. Irene Molloy Cindy Hampton Shawnee Sophomore Minnie Fay Judy Lee Midwest City Junior Emestine Cara younger Ada Sophomore Rudolph Lee Blaney Mustang freshman and mrs. Rose Teresa Taylor Byng Sophomore. Choreographer for a hello Dolly a is Jane Thomas Seminole. Four Young men held in kidnapping Hackensack . A four Young men were being held saturday in the kidnapping of 8-year-old John Calzadilla while the Fri pressed a search for a mysterious red haired woman and the $50,000 paid to Ransom the boy. The arrests came shortly after president Nixon asked for reinstatement of the death penalty in kidnapping cases where the victim is killed. After consulting with the president atty. Gen. William b. Saxbe urged Congress and state Legislatures to reinstate the death penalty. Dolly belts out a song staff photo Debbie Davis Ada senior rehearses a number in Quot hello is. Davis has the title role of Dolly Levi in the East Central state College production. The play will show tuesday through Friday at the East Central auditorium. Curtain time is 8 . Most Arab Oil ministers to attend Cairo meeting by the associated press an egyptian spokesman said saturday that All key Arab Oil ministers except libyans will attend a crucial Cairo meeting to consider ending the embargo against the United states. The sem official egyptian newspaper Al ashram predicted that the ministers gathering sunday in the egyptian capital will lift the four month old embargo that has contributed to the Oil Pinch across the United states. Syria and Algeria two previous holdouts sent word Friday night that they would show up said egyptian Oil ministry spokesman Mahmoud Roushdy. There has been no word from Libya which opposes egyptian president Anwar Sadat a efforts to talk his brother arabs into lifting the embargo in return for . Mediation in the Middle East he added. But Roushdy listed these countries the major Arab Oil exporters to the United states As having confirmed they will attend saudi Arabia the largest Arab Oil producer and Leader of the embargo Kuwait the second largest Arab Oil producer Qatar Bahrain Abu Dahabi Algeria Egypt and Syria. The prediction appeared to end earlier speculation that Only a few ministers would Sho a up to consider the decision on ending the embargo before Israel withdraws from All occupied Arab land and even before syrian and israeli forces separate along the Golan Heights. A syrian military spokesman announced in Damascus meanwhile that More artillery fire erupted on the tense Golan front where israelis and syrians fought with artillery and rockets in two engagements Friday. Syrian cannons destroyed an israeli Bulldozer and another vehicle in saturdays 15-minute barrage that began when israeli units tried to improve their positions the communique added. No casualties Are reported. The Al ashram embargo prediction came in a dispatch from Riyadh capital of saudi Arabia. The correspondent said a decision to lift the embargo would come in accordance with a decision reached last month in Algiers at a meeting of King Faisal of saudi Arabia president Hafez Assad of Syria and president Houari Boum Dienne of Algeria. The arabs imposed the embargo a a total cutoff of Oil deliveries on the United states and Holland following the october War judging . And dutch policies particularly pro israeli. In addition they reduced Over All Oil production As an additional Way to pressure nations away from support of Israel. Miss America plans to appear in Ada the current miss America will be in Ada for the upcoming miss Ada pageant. Miss America 1974 is Rebecca Ann King Sterling Colo. She will be featured in the miss Ada pageant scheduled March 29 in the dec auditorium. Miss America will make Only two appearances in the state. She comes first to Ada and then goes to Lawton for the pageant there. Jim and Judy Tipton directors of the 1974 miss Ada pageant said miss America will sing two numbers during the pageant and will assist in the Coronation of the new miss Ada. Monday is the deadline for entries in the pageant Here. Directors asked any girls who would like to enter to Contact them at 332-6996. The pageant begins at 7 30 . March 29. Contestants compete in swim suit Talent and evening gown divisions. The Winner will represent Ada in the state pageant june 5-8, in Tulsa. She receives a $150 scholarship a trophy a Complete wardrobe and various gifts from Ada merchants. The first runner up is the alternate. Also chosen will be the most talented non finalist miss congeniality and the most photogenic contestant. The contest is sponsored by the Ada Optimist club. Tickets can be secured from any club member. Children will be admitted for $1 and adults for $1.50. Reserved seats Are $2. Tickets May also be purchased at the door. Paul Overton is chairman of the miss Ada activities for the Optimist club. All contestants Are sponsored by various clubs and organizations. A panel of five out of town judges will select the Winner. Serving As master of ceremonies for this years Competition will be Judy Miller the current miss Ada. In state Competition last year she earned the title of the most talented non finalist. The current miss America holds a degree from Colorado women a College with a major in secondary music education. She is 5�?T9�?� and weighs 125 with blonde hair and Blue eyes. In High school she was salutatorian of class and the outstanding senior 4-h girl in the state. In College she was Active in a wide Range of Fields holding numerous student offices. She wants to eventually become a Hopes to enter Law school after year As miss America and judge in juvenile court. Rebecca Ann King a a a 1974 Mist Auric

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