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About Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961 | View This Issue
THREE STUDENTS GRADUATE FROM OTI
UNDER KLAMATH EDUCATION PROGRAM
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end (f winter term was Helen
XeNoii. left above. ( iraduat inr
at tlie end of spring term were
l.emy Jackson, riht aloe, and
I.anrence Witt, not available for
Helen finished her 3-year med
ical technology course, thereby
becoming a registered American
Medical 'I"echnoloe;ist. She is still
in training, liuwcvcr, having be
tin -ray teclnmloy immediate
ly after completion of medical
technology. She plans on nun.
pletin;; that course, normally 3
school eais in length, in J J3
r.iis, allowing for training al
iealy recrivel common to both
combes. At the conclusion she
will tpialify as both a medical and
vray technician and, she antici
pates, a highly specialized posi
tion. Post-Graduate plans include
possible aiMpiisition of the 'old
Klamath Agency hospital build
'I wouhl like to buy the agency
hospital if 1 had the backing and
set up a hospital for Indians."
She believes that such a project
would help fill a reat need.
I.eroy, completing his two-year
course in screen printing, is hope
ful of procuring a job in that
field. He advises that a new
screen printing shop will likely
be opened in Klamath Falls soon
and "would like to et on". If
unable to line up a job there or
elsewhere he plans an additional
xear of training, in illustrative
Laurence, coinplet in.ir a two
ear uiismit hin course, has no
definite plans at this time.
Recreation Council Election Held;
Roger Wright Named Chairman
Fleeted early in June 'to head
the ChihMjuin Area Recreation
Council was Roer Wright. pat
vice-chairman of the organization.
Wright has been an officer of the
Volunteer Firemen an! the di
lector of the local civil defense
e;ioup. Also elected were Mrs.
Dw iht Souers, vii e-chainnan.
I. mora h.vans, secretary-treasurer,
and Marie Xorris and Frank
Hale, members of the board of
directors. Marie Xorris is a mem
ber of the Klamath Tribe who has
taken an actixe part in commun
ity affairs, particularly as a mem
ber of the Klamath Reservation
The Chiloquin Area Recreation
Council was formed over a year
ao for the purpose of studying
recreational needs and coordinat
ing the recreation programs of
the community. The council, com
posed of many leading organiza
tions in the Chilomiiu area, has
been designated by the City Coun
cil as the recommending body for
the disbursement of city recrea
tion funds, as well as the body to
coordinate activities at Spink
The Chilojuin City Council is
looking to the recreation council
for recommendations as to the
disbursement of the City's recrea
tion funds. The recreation council
will be assisting the Park Com
mission in the coordinating of ac
tivities at Spink Community
Park, as well as making a con
tinuing survey of Community
TRIBUNE ; June, 1959
Tribal Personal Property Sales Held, Scheduled
Sealed bids on the 53 items ad- emphasizes that members as well
vertised in KTP-2-59, the second as others must be-present to bid.
sale in the series of tribal personal Tentative dates for viewing the
' 1 propertv, which includes fur-'
property sales, were opened at nitllre, "office equipment, atito-
tluf tribal land sales office on motive vehicles, gas ranges, etc..
June 9, 1959. liids opened at that are July 20, 21, 22, and up to 10
time were from 10 individuals A. M. on July 23. The property
bidding on 30 items. Sealed bids "' be secn at Mamath Agency,
from tribal members interested in "Fojes" Raiscs
meeting the high bids on these .
items were opened on June 22. AmbulanCC and
Final results of the bidding show- Recreation Funds
ed 37 of the 53 items sold, cither Thc "Reservation Follies" w;
through the original bidding or thc thcme of a hjRhlv eiUertainT
execution of preferential offers varictv show sponsored bv
by tribal members. The total sale thc Kiamath Reservation Dis-
price for the 37 items was cussion Group on June 20 in Chil-
$7,276.66, as contrasted with the oqum.
toal appraised value of the items MM ir i i i r i
of $3,353.41. Karle Wilcox, head 1 Iu? 1 oll;es, "as hcId for the
of the tribal land sales office and Prpsc of helping to raise
also in charge of personal prop- money for the ambulance fund
erty sales, points out that most of and the summer recreation pro-
the difference in the appraised gram.
value of the items and the selling The following performers con
price is accounted for in execu- tributed their talent to round out
tion of preferential offers by two full hours of entertainment,
tribal members applying the pur- emcee'd by "Moot" Xclson :
chase price against their pro rata Ramon and Rosic Zamudio,
shares. guitars and song; Elido DeBor
Wilcox announces that the ten- toli, accordian ; Judy Adamo.
tative date for the next personal piano; Norman Jackson, guitar;
property sale, KTP-3-59, is Julv Norma Souers, tap dance; Marie
23. 1959, starting at 10 A. M. The Xorris, Carmelita Hatcher, guitar
sale will be held- at Klamath and song; Marie Xorris, Ima
Agencv. This sale will be some- Jimenez, son gaud dance ; Mickey
what different from previous ones Ochoa, piano; Flava Yates, har
as the property will be sold en- monica ; "Bunky" Baker, Leroy
tirelv bv oral auction bids. Kach Jackson, and Bobby Jackson,
of the approximately 70 items to guitars; "Punchy" Jimenez,
be put up for sale 'will first be Sheila Riddle, The Charleston:
subjected to oral auction bidding Clifford Daw, guitar; Joe Jack
by non-members. Immediately fol- son. guitar; Cynthia Martinez.
lowing the indication by the auc-' I-inda Jimenez, accordians.
tioneer as to the amount of the Thc Reservation Discussion
high bid on the item, the tribal Group sponsored a similar show
members present w ill be given an last year, all proceeds of which
opportunity, to indicate if they went to the ambulance fund. The
want "to meet the high bid. If .members of the Group are hop
more than one member is inter- I ing that the Follies will become
ested oral auction bidding be an anual event to give local peo
tween members will then be held pie a chance to share their talent
until the item is sold. Wilcox .with the community. t Q
TENTATIVE RESULTS OF KTL-4-59
(Bids opened at tribal land sales office on June 16, 1959)
Unit Mo. High Bidder Am't Bid Value Interested
N Xo Bids Received $ 11,120 1
IMC Xo Bids Received 121,640 4
11(C Xo Bids Received 21.0S0 5
120A Xo Bids Received 48,794 8
124 A Modoc Lumber Co $458,765 30S.660 4
129 Xo Bids Received . 0
Individuals or groups
(Oral auction bidding among tribal members interested in these
units is scheduled to be held at the tribal land sales office on Julv 1,
1959, starting at 9 A. M.) . '
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