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Ada Sunday News (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Ada, Oklahoma Omega a full service Bank Ada Oklahoma sunday March to 1974 the Ada sunday new Hospital May have to close Anadarko okla. A the Only Hospital in Anadarko May have to shut its doors soon if one of its two remaining staff physicians resigned today As expected. A obviously having Only one staff physician would create occupancy problems especially with medicare regulations As Hwy Hospital administrator Clyde Mcnutt said Friday. A it would make it virtually impossible to two staff physicians have resigned in recent weeks in protest Over pending Indian anti discrimination action by the u. S. Justice department another was sidelined by heart surgery and a fourth physician s resignation is anticipated this week Mcnutt said. The troubles began in february when the Justice department agreed to withhold its suit providing the Hospital agree to be placed under supervision for two years. Hospital Board members tentatively agreed to sign the a consent decree a but the two physicians resigned in protest. Justice department officials then consented to a 60-Day delay and agreed to re Check Hospital records. Mcnutt said the Justice officials have never thoroughly investigated the hospitals record and said the Hospital has never been notified of the specific accusations against it. Mcnutt blamed the Oklahoma civil rights commission for initiating the action saying the commission found instances of discrimination against indians a after Kangaroo court a the Justice department has done no research at our Hospital to defend us a Mcnutt said. A fall their efforts have been aimed at bringing about charges. They have never been willing to listen to our Side. A we done to like the idea of signing a consent decree when we Haven to done anything for which we should be Anadarko citizens have approved a $1.2 million Bond Issue to construct a new 50-bed Hospital but Mcnutt said bids will be postponed indefinitely. A if we can to operate our old Hospital under these circumstances we operate a new Hospital either a he said. A we will be fortunate to survive with what we have much less even think about a new by the associated press a mock Bill to make streaking a crime with rather Small penalties has been Given a Tongue in Cheek proposal by a member of the Oklahoma intercollegiate legislature meeting Here Friday. Rep. Ron Marchant of Tulsa Junior College introduced the Bill into the twice a year mock legislature. Marchanti a measure included these definitions a streaking to be defined As a person or persons running nude or partially dressed on or about campuses and grounds or within a two Block radius of any state accredited school provided such persons do not remain stationary but move about in a gambling and frolicking manner at a rate of at least six feet per minute. A provided such gambling and frolicking be done during a time not to exceed one hour before nor one hour after either Sunrise or Sunset. A an exception to this time limitation shall be in effect on the last saturday of each month from the months from february to october at which time streaking May take place at any hour All other conditions having been properly met. A persons accused or convicted of streaking shall at All times when being referred to in reference to their crime whether actual or alleged be referred to As either the a Stream keep or a Streaker a whichever shall be deemed most appropriate by the speaker. A a Streaker would be subject to a Fine not to exceed $15, payable by Check Cash or Money order either to the officer or mailed to court clerk As with traffic the Young legislators also turned their attention to More serious matters. They introduced three pieces of legislation calling for the impeachment of president Nixon pointing out in each Case that the proceedings were needed to establish guilt or innocence and get the watergate Issue out of the Washington picture. A House concurrent Resolution introduced by Robert Veach of Central state University called for setting up a system of Par time mental health guidance Counselor in High schools. It cited a a rising rate of juvenile delinquency drug usage venereal disease High school dropouts and Ever increasing cases of mental and physical space shuttle of the future a wire photo this is a lockup of America s space shuttle of the future which was assembled at Rockwell International. A blend of air plane and spacecraft the shuttle is expected to begin hauling cargo from Earth into orbit and Back again in 1979. Stillwater okla. Apr the chairman of the state regents for Oklahoma state University and a amp a colleges said Friday that Langston University does not need to be taken from the regents control. A i do not feel this Board in any sense has been derelict in representing Langston or giving the school the representation in requires a Armon Bost said. Bost was referring to statements made by or. E. T. Dunlap state Chancellor for higher education in which Dunlap proposed removing Langston from the control of the regents. The state regents for higher education sent a report to the civil rights division of the u. S. Justice department suggesting the change and said it would upgrade the school for it to have its own Board. A i do not appreciate the term a upgrading a a Langston president William e. Sims said. A we think we have a Quality san Francisco a with the City crippled by the strike of 10,000 municipal employees and raw sewage flowing into its famous Bay mayor Joseph Alioto has declared a state of emergency to prompt weekend negotiations. The mayors office said the first meeting Between Union representatives and the Board of supervisors was scheduled for today. But Victor Theusen spokesman for the 20-member rank and file negotiating committee denied knowledge of a meeting. Visors to negotiate directly with Alioto made his declaration representatives of the four late Friday after Union leaders striking unions rejected his proposed Settle a a we re willing to talk a said ment of the two Day walkout Union spokesman Avery Carter which has paralysed municipal the mayors rejected propos transportation hospitals and a1 included a five per cent other services. Across the Board Cost of living a i have signed this proc Lama increase for 11,900 City workers Tion to pave the Way for week at an estimated Cost of $7.4 Mil-1 end meetings around the clock lion and a dental plan to be to Settle this labor dispute a he phased in Over three years. Said. Alioto a democratic Candi in effect the proclamation Date for governor also asked suspends City charter sections that transit Hospital and sew to allow the Board of super age treatment be re instituted. I but labor Council Secretary John Crowley said a the strike action of the City workers will continue in full. Until an equitable settlement can be City employees receive wages averaging about $850 a month ranging from $580 for clerks to $1,500 for probation supervisors. The strike by the service employees International Union brought the shutdown of san Francisco a three sewage treatment plans by weather watch reported Oklahoma City a the National weather service issued a severe thunderstorm watch saturday for portions of Northwest Oklahoma the Oklahoma Panhandle most of the Texas Panhandle and a portion of South Central Kansas. The weather service said the threat of a few severe thunderstorms with Large Hail and damaging winds would exist in the area from noon until 5 p. In. Saturday. To ways most wanted watch 114 e. Main 332-0457 open every sunday to a.m.-5 . Bryan s Corner drug the prehistoric Roc a flightless Bird living in Southern Madagascar stood nine to to feet in height and weighed up to 968 pounds. Night clinic pharmacy too e. 13th 332-3704 Gibson a Quot it has been proven that True discount prescription prices originate at Gibson so Dan Clemons of we Are not filling your prescriptions a you re paying too Muchi Quot 332-4755 sure we have an All weather covered parking garage with an enclosed Entrance to the main banking facility to provide free parking for our customers and we have a motor Bank with drive up and walk up tellers that also stay open on saturday mornings. And since that Humble beginning in 1903, we be enjoyed a steady increasing growth to total assets in excess of thirty million dollars. Wylanta tablets or liquid antacid too tablets or 12 flow All of these things did no to just happen by Accident. They happened because of Well thought out planning and diligent hard work on our part and your Faith in us. Your Faith in our stability to place checking accounts and savings accounts with us. Money that has allowed us to extend credit to our customers for consumer use and business expansion that services our Community. Regular $1.98 your Choice Staze denture adhesive with a patrol 4-oz. Regular $1.25 sure we have one of the finest banking facilities in the Southwest. A Beautiful building covered in Colorado White Marble. Its an architectural Gem both inside and out. Sure we use some of the most modern computerized bookkeeping methods on All of our accounts and try our dead level Best to keep abreast of All the new innovations and changes in the banking in yes we know that even with our modern equipment and fantastically Beautiful building we need you the customer because without you we re not a Bank. Only a building Sinuta for Relief of sinus headache and congestion 30 tablets regular $2.50 member of graduate registered pharmacists Dan Clemons Ruth Sutton open 9-9 monday thru saturday 12-6 sunday serving Ada and Community since 1903

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