Tribes to invest in $5.5 million convention center, $600,000 sawmill; Attention Reservation schools: Tibes offer free curriculum, training; April 19 meeting attracts typical crowd with typical comments; Summer Youth Employment Program recuiting...
Too early to say 'yes' or 'no', Council tells Pondera Hydro; Tribes host national fish and wildlife conference; Proposed lodgepole plan heads back to the drawing board; TWEP is accepting new folks; Fires in the wilderness: So go ahead and burn, but...
Dam developers to meet with Tribal Council Friday; Serious problem crops up with S and K Electronics' DOD contracts; Pole cutters urged to attend lodgepole management meeting; New school for Two Eagle set for Pablo; Youngsters commended for jump...
Pre-canvassed primary votes put all five incumbents on December ballot; December per capita: only $250 to be held; Off-Reservation moose hunting now requires a permit; Tribal Council gives green light to plan to get itself out of business;...
United States--Politics and government--20th century
1st Session SENATE fEXEC'l Tn ·E
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THE NUCLEAR TEST BAK TREATY
COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
UNITED STATES SENATE
EXECUTIVE M, 88TH CONGRESS, 1ST SESSION
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1963.-0rdered to be...