Drug center has Newkirk in uproar - 1989-07-10

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F23.png Drug center has Newkirk in uproar July 10, 1989, Scott McCartney, Tulsa World

Bilger said he had been so optimistic about the promise of a revitalized Chilocco that last December he wrote Oklahoma health officials supporting Narconon.

But the mayor said his winter hope turned to disillusionment by spring when he learned of Narconon's history, and he came to believe he had been misled when Narconon held an emotional ceremony April 8 in which the Association for Better Living and Education presented a glowing study of Narconon and the $200,000 check.

Later Bilger learned that ABLE shared a street address in Los Angeles with Narconon, and is identified in a Scientology magazine as part of Narconon.

"They totally misrepresented what was going on," Bilger said.

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{{cite news | first = Scott | last = McCartney | title = Drug center has Newkirk in uproar | url = https://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/drug-center-has-newkirk-in-uproar/article_09f5d6ee-4df9-5624-a908-ffa9920b417c.html | work = Tulsa World | date = July 10, 1989 | accessdate = February 7, 2019 }}