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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - March 31, 1974, Ardmore, Oklahoma Oiada. Historical society f6-j-7/. S�o3torical bldg tc�--40 a okla. City a la 7z105 log a can film Petife pm fests per Leme Cen Feir step by Barbara Webb Marietta a the old adage a i Only Kivow what i read in the newspapers came Home to some love county residents this week and several Are unhappy about the results. I love count Dahs of All degrees a from sheriff Wesley Liddell to residents of Lake Murray Village a Are protesting location of a pre release Center at the five of clock club in the Overbrook Community just inside the love county line. In line with their protest a group led by mrs. Allene Bowden and Marietta attorney Charles Milor have organized a petition drive to solicit Ili natures for presentation to gov. David Hall Early next week. Their major complaint ? from the allegation department of corrections officials when unable to locate the pre release facility in Ardmore a slipped it in on us a without explaining their actions to county residents or notifying any officials of intentions to locate in the county. The petition drive was organized Early Friday by mrs. Bowden after she and several others read a Story in the daily Ardmore Ite which reported a contract Between the department of corrections and Eddie Napier owner of the five o clock club had been signed wednes Day afternoon. Until Radii in the Story mrs. Bowden and others claim they knew Nouying about intentions of locating the facility in love county. Moor said a concentrated drive for signatures will continue through this weekend and a group plans to make a journey to Oklahoma City next week to possibly present the document and signatures personally to gov. Hall. The group May however ask rep. Gary Payne or sen. Ernest Martin to present the petition in their behalf. We Haven to formulated Complete plans on what we plan to do As yet but we Are going to take whatever Steps we can to see the facility does not go into the Overbrook comm Ivity the attorney said. Corrections department officials could not be reached for comment on the love county protest. Signing of the contract a Ltd Napier ended an almost year Long search by corrections officials for a location in the Ardmore area. Early last summer the department ready to sign a contract with Dave Kalister for the chief Motel and adjoining restaurant in Ardmore but was prohibited from see protest Page 4-a Quot Southern Oklahoma s greatest newspaper 80th year no. 132 Ardmore Oklahoma sunday March 31, 1974 Price 10c tapes my by pit Ove Phot in impeach emf Dezsi amp in Washington a most Days now two Short Gray haired men can be. Seen walking into a former hotel on the Edge of Capitol Hill where they enter a tightly guarded second floor room Don earphones and spend a couple hours listening to tapes. They Are reps. Peter Rodino d-n.j., and Edward Hutchinson a Mich the chairman and ranking Republican member of the House judiciary com Mittee and what they hear will have a lot to do with whether president Nixon is impeached. The tapes Are part of the evidence gathered by the watergate grand jury and bundled up in a briefcase for transmission to the committee for its impeachment inquiry. In addition there Are at least a dozen More tapes turned Over by the White House that have to be examined. It is tiie task of Rodino and Hutchinson to determine what information on All of these tapes is relevant to the committees investigation either pointing toward Nixon a involvement in the watergate cover up or Clearing him of any such suspicion. Under rules adopted by the committee to protect against leaks Only these two men and the committees two top staff lawyers a John Doar and Albert Jenner a can take part in Kissinger wed. Secretary of state Henry a Kissinger and Nancy Magin nes a tall blonde foreign policy researcher were married in a civil ceremony saturday afternoon in Arlington va., and left shortly afterwards for a 10-Day honeymoon in Acapulco Mexico. A wire photo the screening operation. Only the evidence they find pertinent will be presented to. The full judiciary con Mittee when it must make its momentous recommendation. In strict Observance of the rules Rodino and Hutchinson Arentt telling other committee members what they Are hearing and it is hard to get them to talk even about How they Are proceeding it is clearly a demanding assignment for them. Rodino 64, finds an hour and a half of concentrated listening is All he can absorb. Hutchinson 59, puts in sessions of about two hours. They follow transcripts of the conversations while they listen and much of their responsibility is to determine the accuracy of the written record. But there is More to it than that. Quot you can get More from bearing a conversation than from Reading it a says Hutchinson. A you get the tone of the Quality or the types is g ene tally a poor both men agree and. Additional difficulties Are caused by Back ground noises such As shifting chairs and ringing telephones and by two or More people talking at once. Apparently because of the placement of the microphone in the presidents office Nixon a voice is harder to hear than that of the persons he is talking to Hutchinson says. Also under the comm thee rules Hutchinson and Rodino cannot take any notes on what they hear and a member of the staff is always in the room with them while they listen. They have not said How Many tapes they have. City Council Bonds a ctn pending by Kay Evers City commissioners will be faced monday evening with a Resolution to establish a fund account and corresponding Bank account for 1968 Wate Bonds which they earlier agreed to sell to finance the Arbuckle pipeline. Three City planning Board recommendations will get attention from the Council. They Are 1 an application from Alice f. Hunt to rezone property at 726 3rd ave. Be from a residential District to a heavy Industrial District. 2 an application from Raybon Wilkes to rezone property at 621 c st. New from a residential to a commercial District. The Agenda indicates this item will be continued until the april 15 meeting 3 authorization for the City to initiate rezoning for certain commercial properties located North of 3rd ave. New Between North Washington and a st. Be from Resi Deri tial to the proper commercial District. Commissioners will consider More appointments to boards and commissions. Bid proposals received for removal of to hangars at the Springer Airport will be studied for acceptance. The Council consider authorization to ask for bids for an Oil and Gas lease on certain municipally owned properties in the estate of Hester k. Horn. A lease agreement with Ryder technical Institute inc will be considered and bids received on the interceptor sewer project will be studied. Cash appropriations will be made to the Street and Alley Cash fund the civil defense Cash fund and the Revenue sharing Trust fund. The Council will consider approval of eligible Enrols in the Oklahoma municipal retirement fund. Receipt will be acknowledged of a letter from the Ardmore Park and recreation advisory Board concerning suggested rules and regulations for Park usage. Town court clears 2 Ardmore youths i Madill staff a charges of loitering about a place where narcotics Are sold or furnished illegally were dropped Friday in Madill municipal court against two youths picked up in a drug raid Here March 20, which netted officers nine arrests. The Misdemeanour charges were dropped against Linda Ragland 22, and Danny Price 24. The order dismissing the Case signed by municipal judge James w. Bolt states the pair were at the residence of Norman Lavon Dodd in Madill for the purpose of a picking up clothes which were delivered by a third neither Ardmore Ite a had. Knowledge of the fact that marijuana or narcotic drugs were being sold at the place a the order further states. An attorney representing both youths said the two Are College students and were to see cleared Page 4-a weather temperature 1974 1973 Low Friday night 54 .57 High saturday. 85 56 10 45 . Saturday 80�?T a data recorded at fire station forecast local a fair to partly Cloudy and warm sunday. Partly Cloudy and a Little cooler sunday night and monday. High sunday mainly 8 the. Low sunday night 40 to 50. High monday 60 Northwest to Low 70s South. Counties adopt food Stamps distribution of commodity foods will cease this week in Marshall and Murray counties As the new food stamp program is instituted at each location. The program enables Low income families to increase food purchasing Power by buying Stamps Worth More than the amount paid for them. These Stamps May be used As Cash at retail grocery stores certified by the . Department of agriculture. Both the Marshall and Murray county department of institutions social and rehabilitative services have been processing applications and certifying households eligible for the food assistance. Residents will be advised of their certification by letter and will receive an a a author to Purchase card at this time. This card must be presented when the person purchases Stamps at designated locations and also when purchases of food items Are made at retail businesses. Families aided by the Aid to families with dependent children program May elect to have food stamp purchases deducted from their assistance Check each month if the amount they receive is More than that needed to Purchase the Stamps according to . Moore Marshall county welfare director. , persons must Purchase Stamps at the Madill or Kingston Post offices be see food Page 4-a i a in fax a re $80� Mumn Cyl do a i far mrs. Betty Moore county 6roup selects year s Topi Eacher mrs. Betty Moore third Grade teacher at Dickson schools was named Carter county teachers Eki cation association a teacher of the Yeap for 1073-74 during the annual Spring meeting ii Day. Earning the county Honor places mrs. Moore in Competition for Oklahoma teacher of the year with the Winner of this contest being announced during the Oklahoma state fair in september. A a Veteran of 17 years teaching experience mrs. Moore has been a Leader in education at almost Ever level and continues to work for improvements in Ever a Way possible not through i professional organizations but also through Community involvement and political organizations. Mrs. Moore has been teaching in the Dickson system for 13 years. Before going to Dickson she caught third and fourth grades at Zaneis for four years and one semester at Claypool school in Jefferson county teaching sixth Grade. She did undergraduate work at the University of Oklahoma from 1950 to 1952 and receive see teacher Page 4-a key Biscayne Fla. Apr reporting Progress in a solving the welfare mess a president Nixon asked Congress saturday to trim Federal welfare spending immediately by $800 million. He said he was acting because of a the first major drop in the nations welfare Rolls in a number of years a a decline of 225,000 people last year with dependent children. The Cut in welfare spending can be made without reducing benefits to any eligible recipients Nixon said in a statement issued saturday. A in recent years a the president said a americans have had to live with a continuing upward spiral in both the size of the welfare Rolls and the Cost of the welfare programs. A the tale has to a tragic Otie and because the welfare system is marred with inequities it has also been an outrageous one to both recipients and a now however tie Ardc Rolls have dipped to 10.8 Milr lion Nixon said calling this a encouraging evidence that be Are beginning to make some Progress in Solvig the welfare he said Caspar w. Wenber see welfare Page 4-a news4n-Brief key Biscayne Fla. Apr president Nixon will deliver a Iive nationwide radio broadcast on veterans affairs sunday at 12 07 . Cd the Florida Wiite House announced saturday. Nixon was reported working on the speech at his residence Here saturday afternoon. It will be one of a series of radio broadcasts the president has been making on his legislative proposals. The actual local broadcast time is at the discretion of the networks. Beirut Lebanon apr Libya decreed on saturday a Complete state takeover of the libyan Oil operations of Royal dutch Shell Tripoli radio reported. Libya nationalized 51 per cent of the firms libyan assets last september. Hermosillo Mexico apr mexican authorities expected i the return of kidnapped . I . Officials declined com vice Consul John Patterson i ment Patterson 31, of Phila sometime this weekend a fed Delp Bla was last seen March 22 Era spokes Ian said saturday f see briefs Page 4-a turnout will decide City election tuesday Ardmore voters go to the polls a. Or stay away from them again a tuesday to express their desires on How they want their City run. With Only one race to be decided this time voter turnout May be even lower than two weeks ago when about one fifth of the City a registered voters turned out to try to decide two City Council seats. Vying for the Ward 4 Post tuesday will be lieutenant Mckerson who led the three Man primary and cordon Stur devant. Ward 4 incumbent Jim Ozment did not file for reelection. The third candidate in the race. Bill Frazier was Defeated and eliminated in the first go round. In the Ward 1 race incumbent Weldon Harris Defeated challenger William a.,. Mac Mcgalliard to earn him a third term on the Council. First twin films Roll Friday by Jan Ringwald Roll Mem. At 7 30 . Friday this signal will Start a new Era of movie going for Ardmore ites and fellow Southern oklahoman As the first films Are shown simultaneously on the screens of the video twin. Construction is finally Complete and Frid amp a the doors will open for a a papillon starring. Steve Mcqueen and Dustin Hoffman on the screen of i do 1 and a Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kids starring Paul Newman. Robert Bedford and Katharine Ross on i do 2. The new theater located at 2600 w. Broadway or perhaps easier found saying its on Highway 70 West in Back of Allison a Conoho near the favorite Stop at the new video twin will probably be the Concession stand which divides the two theater audiences. The smell of Popcorn hot dogs goobers Etc. Will be awaiting opening night crowds. Ramada inn and Holiday inn will Host an open House from 2 to 5 . Friday with every one invited to come tour the facilities. On display will be the com Petely Wood panelled lobby entered Vith the totally new Concession staid and videos on either a Ide. Video i will boast 300 rocking chair seats while video 2 will seat -380 viewers in the conventional seats. This will make the new twin theater have almost the same capacity As the downtown Park and Tivoli Heaters which each hold 700. Both twin videos will Start by charging the same admission Friday but there May be future variance on the different pictures shown. One change will be noted by movie goers a the old must make Way for the new. As the new video twin opens the old Park theater will close its doors. The last movie at the Park is scheduled for tuesday. The twin theater will adopt the same showing times As the downtown houses with two showings weekdays with the first feature starting at 7 30 . And continuous showings saturday and sunday with features beginning at 1 30 . Manager Jay Sikes explained that the most innovative see movies Page 4-a

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