Page 4 KLAMATH TRIBUNE JULY 1959 ' 4-'' ."L 1 t - -.'-"-'.-..TT"'..-.-"' ;r-rSS- cv :-Vo Irt of fiftyeight youngsters visiting icene of historical battle i shown above. chairman of the Kccreation coun cil to work closely with the Cur ricr.s composed of Marie Xorris, lsoii Harrison, Klava Yates, Inia Recreation (Con. from Page 1) presented at the I '.ratty Meth odist Church. Only one field trip has been made thus far. fifty eight young sters in a caravan of seven cars bring taken to Captain Jack's stronghold, Klava Yates and Marie Xorris, assisted the Cur riers in chaperoning the group. Knima Lou Harrington. Klorence Cole and Louis I'ohll donated the uc of their cars. After learning something about its history and exploring the stronghold, the caravan wound its way to Malin Park where the youngsters en joyed a swim and ice v cream feed. A girls s(fthall team super vised by Art Ctirrier has gotton off to a slow start hut games with Klamath halls teams are in the offering. A committee was formed early in the summer hy Roger Wright, limine, Monty Starkey and Joe Jackson. Ohles (Con. from Page 2) termination program. However, he does object to non receipt of per capitas or other funds by members of less than decree, seeing the completion of termina tion as" somewhat far off. Concerning, the Klamath Edu cation Program: "I think that the education program is a very necessary tiling for our young people, in most cases. The pro grain is a very wonderful oppor tunity for those who desire an education past the high school period. I am very thankful for the program, because without it, I would have been unable to go to college." i MOVIE FESTIVAL Sponsored by The Chiloquin Area Recrealion Council Under the supervision of Art and Helen Currier of the American Friends Service Committee MONDAY AUGUST 3 2 P. M. Special Admission 10c Cartoon Carnival plus Disney's Short "A World is Born" WEDNESDAY AUGUST 5 LILI DEAR COUNTRY and CARTOON WEDNESDAY AUGUST 12 (8 P. M. Evening Shewing Only) Seven Brides for Seven Brothers Color Cartoon WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 Abbott & Costcllo Meet Captain Kidd and The Thing CHILOQUIN SHOWINGS MASONIC HALL Matinees 2 P. M. Adults 50c Students 20c Evenings 8 P. M. Adults 50c Students 25c BEATTY SHOWINGS METHODIST CHURCH ( CoSponiord by the 6rMy Recreation Allocation) Evenings 8 P.M. Adults 50c Students 25c Third Personal Property Medical Service Policy Sale Held July 23 Changes Announced The third in the series of tribal The following memorandum Personal Property Sales (KTP- dated Julv 16, 1959 announcing 35") was held on July 23 1959 .ccrtriill )(')licv changes was re al the tribal conned house About ccivc(, from 0r Francis Wilder sixty persons, mostly tribal mem- ()f t,u. jllIlic Health Service for hers, were in attendance to bid plication in the Klamath 'Pri on seventy items ranging from j)Une household furniture to automo- " . , .. ... , A. biles. Although prospective pur- Hnaiicial responsibility for he chasers were require' 1 to submit m,C(1,cal, ?""c Prcram at the sealed bids at the previous two ;"h Inc .an Agency dias been sales, the July 23 sale was on an ?kc ncr .U S' lxlhhc. oral auction basis. Xon members Iea'th 15?CTV,CC,I li " a"cc were given the opportunity of ,,-yf.I)r' .K(,1,tcrt L' ,,c ' n,iec ,cal voicing their bids on each "item .,ccr "I ge. Portland Area m . . . . ... . I If ffn I lii'iLinn t I ti 1 1 'i i llonlfli put up tor sale. 1 lie high bid by , ...v.... ..v. the non me mber was announced "Previous to July 1, '59. Klam bv Karl Wilcox, after which tribal atl1 Tribal funds paid for much members , were given the oppor- nt" the medical care needs of tuuitv of meeting the high bid. Klamath Indians. Tribal funds Since more than one tribal mem- u il1 nn longer be used for the her was interested in most of the clinic, Dr. Zobel says. However, items, it was necessary for the as was true when the health pro tribal members to bid against KTani was financed by tribal each other. The items went to the funds. Klamath Indians will con highest bidders, tribal members timu' to pay for their hospital having the right to applv the pur- anl other medical services if chase price ' against their pro such services are secured from rata shares. anyone other than Dr. Francis D. The total appraised value of the Wilder, LJ. S. Public Health Ser seventv items was- $5,903.00 vicc physician located in' the which 'does not include six items Health Center at the Agency, for which no appraisal values "Dr. Zobel also announced the wen given. The total amount ac- policy with regard to drugs pro tually paid by the successful pur- vided for Klamath Indians. The chasers on these six items plan will be the same as is follow antotinted to only $109.00. The ed on other reservations. Drugs total sale price of $13,779.95 was will now be dispensed only if t lie more than twice the total ap- clinic physician decides they arc praised value. Of the seventy necessary to treat a patient, and items, only one item, a dining vvill not be dispensed at the pa table - Chiffonier at $35.00. was tient's request as in a drug store, sucessfully purchased by a non- . Other supplies, such as lysol, member. The other sixty-nine chlorox, etc., which were furnish items were purchased by tribal ed in the past under the tribal members. program, will no longer be avail- The most spectacular prices able at the clinic, were paid for two automobiles, a "The Public Health Service is 195o Kord for $4,900.00 and a 1957 discontinuing the clinics pre- h'ord for $5,000.00. viously held at Heatty, Oregon. It was announced that the next Dr. Zobel added. This change has personal property sale will be been decided upon because the held at the agency on August 27, building used for the Heatty 1959. Interested persons will have clinic is in process of sale bv the a chance to examine the items to Bureau of Indian Affairs." be sold at the council house on 1 Aug. 2-4, 25 and 2o from 9 A. M. to sale at this oral auction. The LanS 1:30 P. M. and on Aug. 27 from Sales Office advises that the S A. M. to 10 A. M. One hundred property will not be available for thirty items will he put up for removal on the date of the sale. t TENTATIVE RESULTS OF KTL-5-59 (Mai auction bidding among Tribal members was held on Julyl, 1(5( at tje Land Sales Office in Klamath Kails. Ore. The tentative results uf this sale are given below. Rfjliiation HiQh Bid Prict Paid Un.t No. Mmbr PurthJifr Valu Non Mmbr By Member 12IA Mitchell, et al $3Sr 0 $45S.7(5 $500.0X) S Clarence & V. Clinton 11.120 11,120 IMC McAuliffe. I.yon.& Steward 12140 132.000 11(.C Hill. Hatcher et al 21.080 30,00.") 120A Hill. Hatcher et al 4S.794 i9K50n (H 12" r,Kn!(!