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    • 13th Seminar for Top Management

    • 13th Seminar for Top Management
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • t~!i~~§cE.8R5~c~A§~. AMERICAN EMBASSY, TOKYO TEL. 583-7141 EXT. 7919 ADDRESS BY M1BASSADOR M.IKE l·1ANSFIELD BEFORE NIKKEIREN SPO.t-JSORED 13TH SEMINAR FOR TOP MANAGEMENT FUJI YOSHIDA, YAHANASHI PREFECTURE JULY, 22, 1981 President Otsuki,...
    • 1973-09-27 Char-Koosta News

    • 1973-09-27 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Flathead River Basin study; The Flathead Valley is under attack!; Statewide water planning program; Why the Flathead River Basin?; Economic growth and quality environment; The planning process; Columbia-North Pacific framework study reveals the...
    • 1973-10-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1973-10-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Xylene Is Now Permissable; Flathead River Water Statement Given; Lucy Parker Has a New Home; 18-Year-Old Vote Election Slated For Novermber 17; Council Election Dec. 15; Hungry Bears Near Ronan; Council Halts Sale of Tribal Lands; Statewide Water...
    • 1975-07-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1975-07-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • The true story of the Hellgate treaty council; Tribe buys Jocko land; Pesticides found in Jocko fish; BIA irrigation clears use of xylene on reservation; Ronan JOM mediation starts; Indian income disregard policy ends, local hardships feared;...
    • 1975-09-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1975-09-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Stasso case dismissed; Libby dam dedication; Council Selects CAP Director; Council Supports Hirst Case; Tribal complex to be in Pablo; Indian loan and insurance guarantee fund; Public Law 93-638; Forest Management Plan: Part 4 Mission Range unit.
    • 1976-05-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1976-05-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Court says tax not legal; Allard Robbed; Adams Joins Council; No charges in Mitchell Shooting; Chemawa holds reunion; Tribe contract BIA functions; Tribal members hire forestry consultant; Are we a social organization?; U.M. Health Career Program;...
    • 1976-08-01 #2 Char-Koosta News

    • 1976-08-01 #2 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Indian pride on the move; Hospital committee asks tribe's help; District meetings scheduled; Accident report; School registration; Food stamp awareness; Employment file helps members; Per capitas and Social Security; Friedlander attends med. class;...
    • 1977-03-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1977-03-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Mission Wilderderness area topic of district meeting; Tribe may contract irrigation project; Aerial survey provides game info; Member named AILSA president; Reservation Indian studies program; Editorial comment, Good Indian Newspapers are alive and...
    • 1977-04-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1977-04-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • The Magnificent Missions : A question of values; Indian awareness week; Wrestlers go to state meet; Court decides in favor of council; Dental clinic 1 year old; Indian ex-offender project; M.I.T.P.B. testifies at State Congressional hearing; Pump...
    • 1980-01-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-01-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Tribal Council Election; If You Can Dish It Out; Tribal Member Charged In Tribal Court; Gary Kimble Leaves Indian Affairs Committee; Salish Kootenai College Comes Of Age; Johnny McClure; Tribes Sued by Widow; Cruiserweight Update; Prison...
    • 1980-05-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1980-05-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • ; Tribes Fare Badly In Three Court Cases; City of Polson Accused of Civil Rights Violation; District Meetings Changed; Tribal 'pot' is running low; Kerr Dam Memorial Plans: Date Changed, More Names Sought; Eye Clinic Schedule Updated; Elmo...
    • 1981-01-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1981-01-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Enrollment, land use dominate quarterly meeting; Tim McDonald studies electronics; Burton, Silverthorne receive degrees; Round-up at the Valley Creek Corral; Users responsible for center; 1981, the year that will be; Indians join environmentalists...
    • 1982-01-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-01-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • The year's final Council meeting was a busy one; Some Indians exempt from vehicle licenses; Resolution of the Tribal Council extending sympathy upon the death of the Honorable Arthur Henry (Hank) Burland; Water rights: State filing deadline...
    • 1982-02-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-02-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Water and Power Committee meets with BPA; Tribal severance taxes upheld; Chairman comments on Namen decision; New coordinator named; D.C. budget cuts hit home; Early-day Council boasted almost three dozen members; Snowpack is looking good; New...
    • 1982-02-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-02-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Twelve months with Ronald Reagan: a progress report; Employee bus service hits the highway; Judge administers court grant; Senate put 'Buy Indian' clause in appropriation bill; TERS now collects "Swanson triangles"; INMED gears up for 1982; A visit...
    • 1982-03-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1982-03-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Tribal sovereignty makes a few strides in Circuit Court; Cruiserweight title to stay in Puerto Rico; Lots of Reservation fish start their lives in a Creston hatchery; NCAI greets 1982 with a Washington, D.C. session; About Good Medicine Books...and...
    • 1983-12-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1983-12-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • On tap for December; GA eligibility rules tackled at meeting; The confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes of the Flathead Indian reservation, MT Tribal Election Notice; Day Care is more than a babysitting service; Meet the candidates: same day,...
    • 1984-01-15 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-01-15 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Felsman, Steele win top spots on Council by acclamation; A few parting words, Thomas E. Pablo; Tribes hire economics expert; A fifth tribal belt for Camel; The old days are over, says councilman; NRD employees commended; What does the membership...
    • 1984-02-01 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-02-01 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • The 1984 reorganization of Tribal operations begins; It's time to stop killing females; Fifty-four receive names at jump dances; No more need for TS program; Road closure: is it necessary?; Bingo may be #3 money maker for Tribes; Alcoholism: there...

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