Klamath tribune. (Chiloquin, Or.) 1956-1961, May 01, 1960, Image 1

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Form 3547
Firmlt No. 2
VOL. 5, NO. 5
MAY I960
Clyde James Jr. Translates Outdoor Interests
Into Educational, Career Objectives
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Interested in horses, nuns,
ranching, saddles, rodeos just
about everything western is
Clyde "Sonny" James, Jr. Clyde,
a gunsmithing student at OTI
under the Klamath Education
Program, traces the development
of many of his outdoor interests to
his high school days at Taos, Xew
Mexico. There, his membership in
F.F.A. (Future Farmers of Amer
ica) did much to stimulate his
interests in ranching, stock rais
ing. Operating a 40-acre -place, he
did a lot of cattle and pig raising
as F.F.A. projects and won such
awards as "star chapter green
hand farmer" and "star chapter
fanner." He also garnered honors
for good practices in dairy fann
ing, water and soil management,
and farm mechanics. I lis third and
final year of F.F.A. work was cul
minated by receipt of a state
farmer degree. Clyde belonged to
and served as president of the
rifle and ski clubs at Taos. He
advises that snow was not lacking
for ski enthusiasts as the eleva
tion is some 7,000 feet which, he
adds, results in an exceptional
climate. He also belonged to CAP
(Civil Air Patrol), serving as an
observer. And he still found time
at Taos to take up a few indoor
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Exec. -Committee Informed of State Forestry
Operational Procedure, AFSC Plans
For Community Development Program
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Dealing with a wide variety of matter relating to tribal government in recent
montlit hat been the executive committee. Committee inemheri are: Front,
left to right, Hoyd Jackson,, Delfortl Lang, Sehlon Kirk, Dihhon Cook, Klnathan
Davis. Standing are, left to right, Jesse Kirk, Joe Hall, Irwin Crume. The
committee has scheduled a general council meeting for June.
Nominations of General Coun
cil Officers is the first major item
on the agenda of the Klamath
General Council which has been
scheduled for June 9, 1960 at 10
A. M. at the Klamath Council
Other matters to be considered
at the council meeting in order
of their appearance on the agenda
arc as follows:
The introduction of Candidates,
state and national (if any); Re
port by Area Officials regarding
status of Klamath Terminal Pro
gram, resolutions, etc. (Klamath
Marsh); Report by the State
Board of Forestry; Resolution:
Regarding employing the services
of F. Darold Windsor and George
P. Haley, attorneys; Report:
Status of Klamath Boundary
Case; Resolution regarding sub
surface rights.
This will be a regular meeting
of the Tribe being called in ac
cordance with the Constitution
and By-laws of the Klamath Gen
eral Council. Provision is being
made for the serving of lunch at
11:30 A.M.
The following is a report cover
ing the Kxectitivc Committee
meetings of April 8, April 29, and
Mav 19 at which a wide variety
of issues was discussed, and im
portant resolutions considered.
A letter dated May 9. VXi)t was
read during the committee meet
ing of May 17 in which the Klam
ath Trihai Kxccutive Committee
was informed that the American
Friends Service Committee has
accepted the invitation of many
local organizations and individ
uals to engage in a program of
social and technical assistance on
the Klamath Reservation.
Mr. and Mrs. Kmmett (mlley,
who have been selected for the
project, will arrive early this
summer to launch the year-round
program. It was announced that
"Mr. (mlley, in addition to haviilg
been a college professor and col
lege president, has been associ
ated at various times with the
American Friends Service Com
mittee over a period of many
years. He represented the Com
mittee in Spain, doing relief work
during the revolution in that
country; in Cuba working with
refugees from (lermany before
the war; in Palestine working
with the Arab refugees; and more
recently in Canada working with
the Doukabors."
Assisting the Klamath Reser-
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