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3 matching items found between Jan 1989 and Dec 1989. Furthermore, there are 7 matching items for all time not shown.
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Sep 9, 1989
State worker linked to Narconon promoter — Daily Oklahoman
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Type: Press
Author(s): Randy Ellis, Michael McNutt
Source: Daily Oklahoman
As an employee of the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health, Leroy Bridges "actively lobbied" his colleagues in support of Narconon International's proposed drug treatment center near Newkirk, a memo states. Meanwhile, Bridges had ties to a consulting firm hired by Narconon International to help that controversial drug treatment organization in its application for a certificate of need from the Oklahoma Health Planning Commission. Bridges denies any wrongdoing, but his activities are being probed by federal investigators. Records on file in the ...
Aug 31, 1989
Narconon researches opposition // Scientology group hires investigator, buys ad — Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
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Source: Newkirk Herald Journal (Oklahoma)
According to a story by Michael McNutt in the August 25th edition of The Daily Oklahoman, an alleged Scientology group operating as Narconon near Newkirk has hired a private investigator to find the extent of illegal drug use in Kay County and the identity of those opposing "effective drug rehabilitation programs." Actually, the private investigator was hired over a month ago. Newkirk Mayor Garry Bilger says that he was visited by Woody Bastemeyer, owner of Western Investigating, 4423 N. Greenvale Circle, ...
Jun 8, 1989
Renovation underway at Chilocco Indian School — Daily Oklahoman
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Author(s): Michael McNutt, Enid Bureau
Source: Daily Oklahoman
NEWKIRK - Renovations have begun on buildings at nearby Chilocco Indian School, according to Simon Hogarth, a representative of the Association for Better Living and Education (ABLE) which owns Narconon, the proposed drug rehabilitation center to be located on the grounds. The press release issued Monday by Hogarth said that Narconon has obtained a Certificate of Need from the Oklahoma State Planning Commission to establish a 75-bed facility at Chilocco for drug and alcohol abusers. The center is currently employing 25 ...
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