Newkirk's Euphoria Over Drug Center Fades - 1989-07-10

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F23.png Newkirk's Euphoria Over Drug Center Fades July 10, 1989, Scott McCartney, Tulsa World

Another Narconon attempt at persuasion provoked an angry response.

In a letter printed May 18 on the front page of the weekly Newkirk Herald Journal, Narconon president John Duff wrote: "There will be those that will not want Narconon to succeed at Chilocco because they are for drugs and are on the other side in the battle against drugs."

Jones, the Baptist minister, responded the following week, writing that he "resented the implication, or more accurately the accusation, that was made by Narconon's Mr. Duff. He accused me of supporting illegal drug use in our area if I did not swallow his program hook, line and sinker."


{{cite news | author = Scott McCartney | title = Newkirk's Euphoria Over Drug Center Fades | url = http://www.tulsaworld.com/archives/newkirk-s-euphoria-over-drug-center-fades/article_9d920fce-44ea-5961-ba66-d22281ed94d0.html | work = Tulsa World | date = July 10, 1989 | accessdate = January 14, 2017 }}