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    • Speeches Given Elsewhere

    • Speeches Given Elsewhere
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • January 22 , 1968 The product which brings us together for this meeting is one which has performed an exceptional service in the United States for many years. The potato chip is nutritious and economical. Quite apart from its adult uses, therefore,...
    • Williamsburg Voice of Democracy

    • Williamsburg Voice of Democracy
    • United States--Politics and government--20th century
    • F I , 1954 CONGRESSIONAL RECORD- APPENDIX 7 " l .f A1461 to take such a step which would take the lnltl:\tlve away from the Communlsta In that part or the world. The hour In Asia Is very late. We have entt-red a crucial 6-month period wherein the...
    • 1985-09-19 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-09-19 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Rose Evans selected to finish out Wall-McDonald's Council term; Puppets help youngsters understand alcohol and drug abuse; Petition clarified; SKC patiently awaits for word about its TV station license; Five Indian economists will win fellowships;...
    • 1985-09-05 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-09-05 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • 'Straw vote' this Staurday may select new Polson Council representative; Council finally decides on $300 per capita payment; Council votes to charge members for Char-Koosta; New 'reduce-the-Council' petition reactivated; Council follows through on...
    • 1985-08-08 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-08-08 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Continued dry conditions result in mandatory 'hoot owl' restrictions; Tribes move for injunction against FIP; Morigeau pleads 'no contest' to misdemeanor theft; Swimmer's itch: summer's bug-a-boo is back; LIEAP public comment period; Standing Arrow...
    • 1985-07-25 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-07-25 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • FERC says 'yes' to Kerr Dam relicensing agreement; Irrigation O and M to be discussed August 9; The budget: 'We're out of money. There will have to be sacrifices'; Unusually dry weather visits Reservation, brings hazards; 87th Arlee pow wow called...
    • 1985-07-11 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-07-11 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Action on IHS-THD contract delayed while public meetings convene; Food fair time again; Some hot advice for summer; Doctor urges improving self-image; Powell chosen best IHS CHN; Lakers stars visit the Flathead; Indian rodeo magazine to begin...
    • 1985-06-27 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-06-27 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • FERC action on Kerr Dam lease agreement expected mid-July; Unearthed bones should be returned, say Tribes; Field treatment of rattlesnake bite; Polson district meeting called to discuss health benefits; What's that smell?; Walker River Paiutes are...
    • 1985-06-13 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-06-13 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • U.S. Supreme Court rules twice in favor of Indian authority; 1985's third quarterly will be on July 5; S and K Electronics progress report; Chemicals can be dangerous to humans and water; Polson senior citizens group lists grievances; Survey's 2,...
    • 1985-05-28 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-05-28 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • One in three high school students here get high regularly; Family Assistance moves back to Ronan; Elders, youths turn back the clock for a week; JOM funding cuts here would affect 750 students; Summer fire fighters get ready for the 1985 season;...
    • 1985-04-30 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-04-30 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • 'Chances are 50-50 that Job Corps will survive' says congressman; FIP would be better served by cooperation says audience; Summer lunch program organization is up to parents; Road closure letter has no effect; S and K Electronics, Inc., has new...
    • 1985-03-05 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-03-05 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Tribal Constitution to remain un-amended for now; Tribal law and order may run out of money; A few choice words about February from the Flathead Culture Committee; GA clients need to sign up now for new work program; Eye care program policy...
    • 1985-01-22 Char-Koosta News

    • 1985-01-22 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Amendments seek to modernize Tribal Constitution; Constitution district meeting schedule; Informative quarterly meeting doesn't attract too much attention; Melcher seeks to broaden federal court power on reservations; Free workshops for business...
    • 1984-12-25 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-12-25 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Joe Dupuis is new Executive Secretary; New Tribal members number 39; Dog ordinance questioned; Endangered mice ad tickles everyone; What the written record doesn't tell you; Council comment; 50th wedding anniversary celebrated Flathead style; SKC...
    • 1984-11-13 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-11-13 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Kerr Dam, polluted fish, road closures, river restrictions, and FIP; Council votes for $200 for Christmas; Lower Crow Reservoir fish may be a health hazard; Controversial road closure program shut down; Cultural material for sale; Lower Flathead...
    • 1984-10-02 Char-Koosta News

    • 1984-10-02 Char-Koosta News
    • Salish Indians --Newspapers.; Kutenai Indians --Newspapers.; Pablo (Montana) --Newspapers.; Kootenai Indians
    • Tribal electronics firm gets $2.3 million contract; 'No progress' talks to resume this week; The intent of MPC through E.W.; Lakeshore permits deadline extended once more; Reservation hosts a series of 'healthy' visitors; Still time to sign up for...

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