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Big Basin Herald (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Muldrow, Oklahoma VOLUME 7 Successor to muldrow hera ld Muldrow, Oklahoma 74948 Thursday, October 28, 1971 Number 18 WHAT'S BAKING IN BIG BASIN Blood Donors Current MiSSiOR Applicttions Beinq Taken [n the wee hours of the night last Monday, the United'Nations held a history making vdte and the final tally was a direct slap in the face to the United States. The question, shall Communist China, (The peoples Republic of China) be admitted to the U.N. and shall Nationalist China (Formosa) be allowed to retain its seat. The commies won again. Remembers Nikita, the shoe pound-.er, stood in the same chambers and said, "We will bury you." He is gone but his prophesy is being fullfiiled.' The Commies and their buddies (England, France and Other !*ot .t^ftir head? together , and, in comes Peking and out goes the charter member and our long time friend. Some ,ol the countries voting yes did not even exist when the L\N.' was founded. Some we have -given untold millions. Some we have kept from being overrun by insane war morigers. This is their appreciation for our favors. This day will be just the beginning of greater troubles for us in the U.N. In 1941 president Franklin D. Roosevelt called December 7, a day of imfamy.. In 1971 U.N. Ambassador George Bush called October 25 a day ot imtamy. We overcome in 1941 but what will be our course in 1971 with a nation being, recognized in the U.N who is one of 'our outspoken enemies. Liberty School Plans Carnival Liberty School-is having its annual Halloween'Carnival Friday night at 7:30 Qn the fun agenda is a short Halloween program, followed by the crowning ol the Halloween King and Queen. There will also be a Cakewalk, Horror House and Bingo with-some really nice prizes. All told it should be well worth taking the whole family and the, proceeds will buy a Christmas present for every childin school. Jr. Miss Forthcoming The Muldrow Junior Miss Pageant will be held Saturday,-November 13th at 8 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. � As of presstirne three girls liad *o far entered, the contest, they are Marlene Chrtetoptier, Pamela Fredericks ahd FranA.1-len. 1 Needed Need blood- donors for Mr. Carl Douglas Hurst, patient at Sparks Hospital with lukemia. Any type wilt replace. Go to Blood Center in Ft. Smith and designate who it is for. Analplasmosis Kills Several Cattle According to Dr. Claude Van-zant a practicing veternarian at Sallisaw the cattle-deaths resulting from Anaplasmosis is up considerably this year. Approximately 30headhaveal-ready died. This compares to a usual four to five hmd at this time of the year. The disease is caused by a bite from horseflies. There is no real known control of the flies except they are killed with the first freeze. , If the symptoms are detected in its early stage it can be successfully treated... Monthly Tax Statment Shows Increase In the monthly statement of> State Sales Tax Collections for September of 1971 Sequoyah bounty shows an increase of $560.32 over the same month of. 1970, with $35,803.12 for 1971 and$35,242,80 for 1970. State sales collections in cities and towns above 2,000 population show Sallisaw with an in crease of $1,074.25 for September of 1971 over the same mon^b in 1970. L*U Football teetinf Held for CD. C Police Course Results in a Monday night affair Mul-row B team defeated Vian B in a squeaker 7 to 6.. Tuesday night Junior High ^games results were Roland oyer Arkoma 40-8 and Muldrow over Gore 36-14. Jess Ross Returns To Duties County Clerk Jess Ross re--turned to his office Tuesday fo> the first dme to work since su�-fering a heart attack late in ju*y. Mr. Ross is able to attend io his duties about a half day 1i a time. ' The' Day W.M.S. of the First Baptist Church in Muldrow met In the home of Mrs. Leonard Henson Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. This1 was for a current mission group and business meeting. Topic of the rrieeting, was "preparation for Service." Mrs. Lewis Fletcher was in, charge of the program. Each and every member present pa rticipa-' ted in the program. > � Calendar of Prayer was presented by Mrs. W.R Keiton and she also led in the opening prayer. Closing prayer was by Mrs. Lewis Fletcjier. Eight members were present, Mrs. Tom Morgan, Mrs. Lewis Fletcher, Mrs. Orville Fletcher, Mrs. John Gibbens, Mrs. W. R. Keiton,and Mrs'. Charlie Mize, Mrs. Alvis Reed and the hostess, Mrs. Leonard Henson* Singing At Mineral Springs you like good gospel sing-t|jg you can get your ears full next Sunday afternoon at Mineral Springs. - The singing will begin at' 1:00 p.m. and it will be one group after another until 4:00, p.m. Mr. Ray Yoakum and the Joy-. ones are the hosts tor the event and Ray announced earlier this week that all the area quartets are expected to be there, ready raftdy to sing. If all the groups show up the public will get to hear,-The Roberts Sisters, The Maple Quartet, The Harvesters Quartet, The Cottonwood Quartet, The Rogers Quartet as well as thejoytones and possibly the Singing Way-marks. Mr. Yoakum says, "Don't miss it." belfonte basketball > underway Tonight at 7:00 p.m. basketball action will get underway at Belfonte. Mr. Jim Henson informed the Herald earlier this week that his teams will be going against both boys and girls from Marble City. Body Shop Now Open For Business Muldrow now has a new Body Shop, located next door to Claud parris Used Cars on Highway 64 East, The Muldrow; Body Shop has expert paint and body repairs with free estimates lor your convenience. Twelve men have so far Atrned In their applications for the Civil Defense Civil Police Training Course. A meeting was to be held last night to schedule classes and announce instructors for the various courses. Lt. Weedon expressed a desire to start the first class with 20 volunteers if possible. According to Sallisaw Police Chief Bill Sizemoire a well trained Civil'Defenseunit would be of immeasurableheloin several areas, such as baiigames, parades, rodeos and any event that results in large crowds and traffic congestion in aiding the city police. Trooper Bachus of the Lake Patrol said he felt the unit would be urgently needed in � helping on the waterways in the area. With the increase of tourists and the heavy use of area lakes and waterways the additional help in that area could very well help orpreventwateracCi-dents. Lt. Weeden O.H.P. pointed out that the Sequoyah County detachment of theOklahoma Highway Patrol is short two troop- Cattle Feeding Meet Set Phil Nowlin, County Exten- sion Director announced earlier this week that a meeting will be held Tuesday, November 2 at Extension Building in Sallisaw for the purpose of discussing better ways the ranchers and farmers to winter their beef cows. Mr. Ken Apple, Livestock Specialist will be the guest speaker. Refreshments will be served and Nowlin. invites all the area ranchers and farmers to attend. Spring Forward Fall Back �> Time Change Sunday Daylight Saving Time will ena at � 2;00-A.M. on Sunday, October 31st. ' The unilorm timeact requires D.ST, to be observed, from "2"." A.M. on the last Sunday in April until 2;00 A.M. die last Sunday in October. Clocks should be turned back " 1 liour October 3jst or before' you ko to lied on October- 3Qth. ers and a well trained Civil .Defense unit might eliminate the need for the two troopers. The unit would also be available to city officials in aHareas of the county or even to neighboring counties, if requested. Instructors,will be OHP personnel, law enforcement personnel, and others well qualified in whatever subject they are teaching. - \ Civil Defense volunteers are men interested in serving their communities. They receive no pay for their services and have to buy their own equipment. Those taking the course which will be held two nights a week, should be ready for service in three and half months. Applications will be screened by a four man board made up of C. D. County Coordinator A. L. Fuller, Sallisaw Police, Chief-Bill Sizemore, Trooper Jerry Bachus of the Lake Pa--trol and Lt. Bill Weedon of the' O.H P More iniormation may beob-tained by calling- Mr. Fuller at 775-9752 or Mrs. Norma Gobble at 775-4433 or 775-3648. American Education Week The week of October 25, through October 29, will be observed throughout our nation as .American Education, Week, X3f course you are welcome to visit your schools atany time during the year, but^you have a spec ial invitation to visit Muldrow Schools ducing the above week-Particularly on the night of Thursday, October 28, which" will be "Open House." Doors will open at the Elementary School at 7:00 P.M. and at the High School at 7:30 P.M, You. may stay as long as you wish at either school. Refreshments will be servedat the high school. The "Open House" nightisto especially accomodate those parents who work during the day. We hope you will avail yourselves of this opportunity to visit your schools and become better acquainted with the teachers of your children. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK O Lord, help us to be am ,ful to Thee, and thank Thee tor all our Blessings. Help us to obey Thy will. Lead us through dangers and temptations setnand unseen, which compass us about. Bring us in saiely to the close o! day and to the close ol this earthly pilgrimage; Bless those Who are near to us by ties ol home or friendship. And espe -> ially to those" who 'know T : - 1 r . Manliest Thysel! in power iv . . Help us to put all our trust ; , Thee.
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