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Henryetta, Oklahoma, Ordinances / Dancing Ban #500674

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 17, 1978
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(Studio) New city ordinances in Henryetta, OK, stated: ban on poisonous snakes in city limits and ban on public dancing. Challenge to dancing ban reported.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch

(Henryetta, OK) Henryetta radio station's sponsorship of disco dance in old J.C. Penney building to challenge dancing ban reported Town's court order to stop dance, though music could continue, noted. [WOMAN - tells woman there's to be no dancing.] 82-yr.-old Mary Davis' dancing stated; city manager Chester Sims' decision that it wasn't dancing reported Lack of arrests for dancing cited.
REPORTER: Bob Dotson

Reporter(s):
Dotson, Bob;
Savitch, Jessica
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00:02:00

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