Actress Wants to Help Others Kick Habits - 1993-08-01

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F23.png Actress Wants to Help Others Kick Habits August 1, 1993, AP, Tulsa World

Actress Kirstie Alley said the end of the television show "Cheers" may free up time for her to work with patients in a treatment program similar to the one she said helped end her addiction.

Ms. Alley hosted a dinner Friday that kicked off a three-day powwow at the Narconon Chilocco New Life Center.

At a news conference following the dinner, Narconon Chilocco president Gary Smith said the powwow was a way of reaffirming the center's goals to create a drug-free society.


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