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Big Basin Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1971, Muldrow, Oklahoma V - - "' ' ,T�T.QRlCft^ SOCIAL QTfttE C/\?I^' oKU^. 7>t VOLUME 6 TWENTY PAGES, TWO PARTS Muldrow, Oklahoma 74948 Thursday, June 24, 1971 Number 5^ WHAT'S BAKING , IN BIG BASIN ac the dme of this writing legal- hearings are being conducted in Nefe York, and the District of Columbia, to determine whether or not the New York Times Newspaper should be_allowed to continue to publish those heretofore restricted papers concerning American involvement in Viet Nam. The Government contends that in the national interest, the publication of these papers should be restrained. It seems a litr tie hard to reason that something that happened five or six years ago could "seriously-effect the na-tonal.. security of this great country of ours. We feel that the public has an absolute right to know what the actions- of our leaders are and have been. Of course, one must realize and can't expect that the President advise the American people in advance of matters involving national security: For example the Cambodian incursion. It would have been utter foolishness to tell the Continued on Page Twelve The Social Security representative will be in Sallisaw; Oklahoma at the time and place listed below. He will be glad to , assist you in filing your claim for social security and medicare benefits or with information you might need regarding social security. PLACE: Old Welfare Building DATE: Thuro&y, July 1 TIME: 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon The District Social Security office is located at 2 phoenix Village, Fort Smith, Arkansas and is open to the public from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. A rash of burglaries hit the west end of Muldrow last. Monday night when the Muldrow Rec-* feation Center.The Drive-Insnd Merrills Burger King were looted. Entry was made into the Recreation Center by chipping out a concrete block from the building. It was reported that approximately #150 was taken by the theives from the center. Entry was made into the Burger King and the Drive-in through the service windows. No estimate for publication was given as to the amounts taken from these wo places. .. Local officials are investiga-ing the matter and late Tuesday afternoon no' arrests had been made. i Gayle's Deb' N Heir Shop, a Sallisaw dress shop, was burglarized after closing on Friday of ap-prosimateiy 3,000 to 4,000 dol- -lars worth of merchandise. Entrance was gained by breaking through the back" wall of the building and going through the ceiling to the-dress shop. All pahtsuits, some of the new fall merchandise and numerous other items were stolen. Forty to fifty dollars was stolen out ofthecash register. It was discovered by Gayle Pilkington owner of the shop on Saturday morning. f' *BiKJiTMBC Governor David Hall will bt the featured spfeaker at a press conference at Northeastern State College on June 25 at 5:30 p.m. in the College Union Little Theatre which is located on the third floor of the union. Governor Hall will speak pri-. or to the Green Country Banquet which wll be held at 6:30 p.m. in the Banquet Hall of the Union and the opening of the Trail of Tears drama which will be held at the Tsa-La-Gi Theatre at hr.'iO p.m. The home of Mr. and Mi-.. 1 Lonnie Coughran, rout/.- ihi'-r-Muldrow was completely l�-stroyed by fire late last J liur.-:-day evening. The family had left the home earlier to visit with friend.s and Mr. Coughran returned; home to check go a' (&>ck of chick-etw and upon his arrival the house was already enveloped in flames. Nothing was ved from the house. A burn out shower will be given for them Monday night June , 28, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wann Qemte one, Muldrow. Mu y we spend inls day in Thy aJifhi. Keep us, We Pray. Pure in heart and clean in life. Make no strong in Temptation, Brave in danger, patientand courageous In sorrow or trial. Faithful in every trust. Preserve undimmed the light- that glows on your home Alter. Guard our lips, that we may speak no unkind or thoughtless word. Our hearts, that we may think unselfish and generous thoughts; and our hands, that we may help one another. Amen. Submitted By Karl Swanson A head-on crash involving two late model automobiles four miles north of Muldrow late Saturday on a rain slick road resulted in injury to four persons. - Mrs. Violet Hunter suffered a oroicen leg ana nead lacerations, her husband, Ivan, was .released ifter examination. Mr. and Mrs. .-lunter were the oniy becupants of one car, while Othel Lasiter Jr. and a companion were in the other vehicle. Lasiter and his companion were treated and released. The Hunters were taken to a Fort Smith hospital by Carney Ales ambulance and Lasiter arid his passenger were taken by private vehicles. Trooper Jacobas of the Okla-Oklahoma, Highway Patrol investigated the accident. Damage to both vehicles was heavy as evidenced by the above photo. rttett In EsiiSf A travel trailer owned by L. E. Darland- of Tucson, Arizona was hit about ,6:15 on Monday by Ethal Mae Brown of Sallisaw in front of Champlin Service Station east of Sallisaw on Highway 64.1 The accident happened when Mr. Darland pulle'd his car and trailer onto the highway a fter filling upwithgasolineattK&Champ-lin Staton. The trailer was hit by Mrs. Brown's 67 Falcon, which came to rest in Champlin's parking area. The travel trailer pushed the back end of the Darland causing it tojackknife. Excessive, damage was suffered by both Mrs. Brown.' s car and the travel trailer. Mrs. Brown was cited for speeding and is recovering from a broken leg received in the ' crash in Sparks Memorial Hospital. n tormei Governor Dewey bart-lett will be visiting in Sequoyah County again next Monday June 28. The former Governor is still active in state affairs, spending much of his time telling-industrial firms about Oklahoma and its advantages awaiting them within the state. He will speak to the Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce, -he ndustrial Corporation, the ?.d~ cary Club and the Jaycee Club while in Sallisaw. During the earlier part 'of the � d-y" he ' is^ expected, -to" visit other. towns within the county. � Dixie Howell, All State Guard from Muldrow T"tgh, returned Sunday, June 7 :rom Lindsay, Okla after spendinga week.There were !6 girls from East and 18 from West. The girls went through strenous practice 1 hr. and half twice a day. Tuesday evening they were dinner guest of the civic club. Wednesday evening they were guest of the Lindsay Jaycees and Jaynes at a charcoal broiled hamburger and. barbecue dinner at a country home. A fter dinner games were played. An awards dinner was held Thursday, June 3 at 6:30. During the banquet each All State player was presented awards and recognition. The All-State games were Friday and Saturday night. The East girls broke a, record by winning on Friday night. A capacity crowd filled the gym both nights. Those from this area attending the games were Mr. and Mrs. Walt Howell, Mrs. Lorie Mae Jones, Pat Obestt-e and 'Coach Goddard and his. Basketball girls from Roland High School. Robert Page 16, is shown.; �. '- receiving his Eagle Award, H> received this award at C.iT Fred Darby June 12, 1971. is a, member of Troop 370. VU tured with Robeit is hi:; moth; Mrs. Wanda Page. The Eap. Award is the .hi'dicst award yr can receive in the Hoy, Scorn
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