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    • Joint Congressional Leadership

    • Joint Congressional Leadership
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • OPENING STATEMENT OF SENATOR MIKE MANSFIELD before the Joint Congressional Leadership--Executive Branch Group on Economic Foresight Tuesday, April 30, 1974 We are convened at the joint suggestion of the President and the Congressional Leadership on...
    • Joint Economic Committee

    • Joint Economic Committee
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • STATEMENT OF SENATOR MIKE MANSFIELD (D., !'1.0!'-IT'ANA) BEFOTIE THE JOIJ\'T ECO. o;rrc C0!-2ITTTEE Wednesday, May 8, 1974, 10:00 a.m., Room 318, Russell Office Building Mr. Chairman: I appreciate this opportunity to appear before this Committee on...
    • Speeches Given Elsewhere

    • Speeches Given Elsewhere
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • • CONGRESSIONAL LEADERSHIP : TODAY AND TOMORROW Speech of Senator Mike Mansfield (D., Montana) at the 55th Annual Convention ~f Associated General Contractors of America The Community Concourse Theater San Diego, California Monday, March 11, 1974...
    • 1984-10-16 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-10-16 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Kerr Settled: Tribes to get more money and license, but...; Tribal Health grant to finance alcohol program; Top executive officer resigns; Commentary: 'where's the bucks?'; What else happened at the quarterly; County road-naming project is about...
    • 1984-04-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-04-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Polson's new councilman is Teresa Wall; Here's what you missed by missing the April quarterly; Silver mine to open near Reservation; Make more money with Christmas trees, TFME tells how; Rules set for use of Longhouse; Young Tribal members to visit...
    • 1982-10-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-10-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Powerlines, powerboats, and pristine air; Pilgrimage to Stevensville; Polson meets hard time head on; Junior Miss to be chosen after all; Tribes mentioned in other Indian papers; How Lake County's credit counseling service works - Harvey and...
    • 1981-10-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-10-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Indian water rights to be explained; Council votes for clean air; Bucks, bears and breathable air; 'No go' on fluoridation; TERS is not 'going under' this year; Camel to fight in California; Grizzly shot on Reservation; Flu shots available from...
    • 1981-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Council highlights; Arlee Quarterly poorly attended; Councilmen write about pipeline deal; Indians know a good deal; EPA issues preliminary permit for oil port; Permit status; Well-organized pow-wow a hit; King and Bird place at regatta; Exhibits...
    • 1980-06-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-06-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Pipeline given 'green light' to cross Reservation; Tribe's water claim contested; Big Horn decision to stand; Great training opportunity for local youth; Cheyennes keep class I air; 72 get degrees, certificates from SKCC; TERS graduates five;...
    • 1981-05-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-05-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Bathhouse may open: state water talks close; Tribes add office space; Camel scores 'K-O' in Billings; Council meets with BPA; Evaro smokeshop robbed; Crows protest decision: Montana reacts; Lawyers say ruling will have impact on other tribes,...
    • 1981-03-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-03-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Flathead Reservation to host affiliated Tribes; Council votes to employ themselves one day a week; President Reagan is Blackfeet tribal member by adoption, chairman says; Vandals and trespassers to be cited; Hot Springs wants that bathhouse; The...
    • 1981-02-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-02-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Council, Ronan Chamber of Commerce meet to promote co-operation; Fees set for tribal court advocates; Marvin to fight next month; Planning department helps organize tribal construction efforts; Construction workers talent bank; Flathead...
    • 1981-02-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-02-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • 'Thumbs up' for pristine air, the crowd seemed to say; Fred Kupke comes home; IHS may start serving non-Indian relatives; Pat Lefthand to work in pilot cultural program; F.E.R.A. got ripped off; MSU to finance fellowships; T.E.R.S. commendation...
    • 1981-01-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-01-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Air quality reclassification aims at keeping pollution status quo; Sanchez wins Lake County Junior Miss; Affirmative pipeline opinions; BIA Commissioner issues affirmative action policy for Indian women; 1981 CETA funding; Bathhouse to fold;...
    • 1980-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • First Pow-Wow of the Decade is "Weirdest Ever"; Bryan Brazill Chosen I.T.Y.P. Chief; Wanted: Prodigal Tribes; Council Meeting Highlights; Head Start Round-up; Camel Can't Fight for a Least Three Months; Familiar Faces in New Places; Sharing a Bit...

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