m'A'l'BMBlfl OF SBHATOR MID MABSPIBW (D-II>lR)
Mr. President, tbe Bev York Times of July 11, 1970, carries
a very interestins 8Dd captivating story on the vite of our dist1nau1shed
senior Seoator 1'l"'OD Arizona, Fred Harris. The article, entitled "Chatl(>ion
of the Indian," describes tbe work, tbe attitude, tbe integity and tbe
desire of LaDonna Cravtord Harris, tbe wife of Senator Barris.
I kDow, personally, ot bar great and primary interest 1D tbe
welfare of the Indians ever since abe am ber husband came to the Senate.
I kDow of the long hours she has put 1n 1D tbeir beh< while her husband,
1n the Senate, has put in long bours aod contributed geat kaowledae to the
cause of 8JOd Indian legislation. 'rhey make a sreat teem and the first
Americans of this Nation are fortunate to bave aa their champion, Senator
Fred Barris in the Senate,aod LaDonoa Crawford Barrie, outside the Senate.
I ask unan11a>us consent tbat this articl.e on LaDonna Crawford
Harris be inaerted in the Record at this point 1n rq renarks.
Mike Mansfield Papers, Series 21, Box 46, Folder 42, Mansfield Library, University of Montana
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