Big Basin Herald, June 10, 1971

Big Basin Herald

June 10, 1971

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Issue date: Thursday, June 10, 1971

Pages available: 18

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Location: Muldrow, Oklahoma

Pages available: 4,796

Years available: 1971 - 1980

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Big Basin Herald (Newspaper) - June 10, 1971, Muldrow, Oklahoma OKLAHOMA HISTORICAL SOCIETY STATS ChVlTOl STATION OKLAHOMA CITY, QICLA. 73105 fiC (7b SUCCESSOR TO THE MULDROW HERALD VOLUME 6 Muldrow, Oklahoma 74946 TWENTY TWO PAGES. TWO PARTS Thursday, June 10. 1971 __~_- Number 50 WHAT'S BAKING IN BIG BASIN \ We have entitled this column �{'What's Bakin in Big Basin." The last few weeks we have written about traffic safety, troop strength in Europe, and capital punishment. You might yitonder how these items affect Sequoyah County and the Big Basin.area. We feel that traffic safety does affect our part of the councry since it is our families and friends whose lives are taken by the many useless wrecks in this county and state the same as it affects people in California or Maine. On troop strength in Europe and other national issues these items are very important to the people in this county because without a strong national defense our system of government will quickly be enveloped by foreign powers and when that happens we will be "affected the same as our friends In California or Maine. Capital punishment is something that concerns everyone because crime, and the criminals who perputuate these crimes, has no geographical boundry and therefore this subject is something that clearly affects our county. All of these items, even though, they might not have? their origin in our Big Basin county they .certainly are, issues that are "Bakin in Big Basin". Even though the conventions are over a year away the pres- idental race is beginning to pick up steam. We noticed that a poll taken the other day showed Senator Henry Jackson, D- Wash, slowlv but surely  making up ground on the front runners, Senator Ed. Muskie, D-Maine. It is <3 little early to start choosing up sides, even though one jof the other county newspapers stated unequivically last fall that he intended to support  Senator Muskie, but we would ask you to pay particular attention to Senator Jackson's stand on Issues of national importance. So-far Senator Jacksons stand more clearly coincides with what we would like to see this country stand for than any of the other "�potential candidates. When Senator Muskie endorsed parts of the May Day demonstrations in Washington, and stated in New Hampshire that he, if elected, would seriously urge J. Edgar Hoover, to resign we raised our eye brow at his candidacy, lets wait and see if he, by his actions, completely opens our eyes to what he stands for and what kind of president he would make in these crucial times.  , Did you notice the $10,000~ contribution o&k