February r, 1971
STATlUIJOO OP SENATOI< M~N~ ~-ll~~
II ANNA NUGM II ~ g . lf
Mr. President, since the fall of 1952, when I ran for ~ first
term in the United States Senate, among my closest associates and supporters
I have been proud to include ~~a. Anna Nugent and her late husband, Jim.
The Nugents have lived in Miles City, Montana, since early 1900 and have
been active participants in the development of their community and the State.
Just recently, a fascinating feature article appeared in the Miles
City Star discussing Anna Nugent's early experience as a child in eastern
Montana. In fact, Anna Nugent's experiences include being kidnapped by
Indians. The newspaper outlines the many different and varied experiences
she and Jim encountered as some of eastern ~bntana's most active citizens.
I wish to take this opportunity to extend Maureen's and my personal regards
and good wishes to Anna Nugent during her 86th year and to state that we
feel that Montana is a batter place to live because of such fine people like
Mr. President, I ask unanimous consent to have the January 24
story from the Miles City SUir printed at the conclusion of my remarks in
the Congressional Record.
Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 47, Folder 15, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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