Tribal Leaders May Try to End Drug Treatment Center's Lease - 1991-02-14

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F23.png Tribal Leaders May Try to End Drug Treatment Center's Lease February 14, 1991, Patti Weaver, Tulsa World

Tribal leaders are "getting fed up with theway Narconon is operating" a drug treatment center on Indian land here, Chilocco Development Authority Chairman Robert Chapman said Wednesday.

A proposal to end Narconon's lease will be discussed this month as soon as a meeting of the authority can be called, Chapman said. The authority is comprised of leaders of the Kaw, Pawnee, Ponca, Tonkawa, and Otoe-Missouria tribes, along with two at-large members.


{{cite news | author = Patti Weaver | title = Tribal Leaders May Try to End Drug Treatment Center's Lease | url = http://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/tribal-leaders-may-try-to-end-drug-treatment-center-s/article_d5a8178a-0e50-50e7-9d47-f8bca4a3cf7b.html | work = Tulsa World | date = February 14, 1991 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}