V. 7S .SCO v. 14 no . 7 Apr 7, w VOL. 14 NO. 7 Covote News In Brief Organization chart detailed With the current reorgan ization comes a change in the tribal administra tive structure. Page 2 Community Input requested The Integrated Resource Management Planning Team seeks input from tribal members. Public meetings are planned for the future. Page 3 Counselor awarded Warm Springs Elemen tary counselor Dawn Smith has been selected 1989 US WEST Oregon Outstanding Teacher. ! - Page 5 Local team champs Northwest Roadrunners won national 6-Foot-and-Under Basketball Tournament. Page 6 Nurturing your daughter A young girl's talents should receive the same emphasis as a boy's. Page 7 Dexter selected exerciser of the month Local IHS dentist Don Dexter's exercise pro gram has resulted in his selection as February exerciser of the month. Page 8 Arts & crafts sale Tuesday, April 11 at the administratiion building from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Deadline for the next Issue of Spilyay Tymoo Is April 14, 1989 Weather March High Low 24 56 39 25 54 40 26 48 25 27 55 41 28 52 38 29 49 29 30 50 28 31 51 32 April 1 52 34 2 52 27 v v-iv For the first time in recent history, there's a tie between two Agency candidates The pressure of election day is past now for all Tribal Council candidates except two. For the first time in recent Agency District vot ing history, there was a tie between two candidates. A run-off election will be held between Rita Squiem phen and Uren Leonard Tuesday, April 25 to determine who will hold that district seat. Of the total 1,543 eligible tribal voters, 823 cast their ballots, con stituting a S3 percent turnout. Of the total number of voters, 123 absentee ballots were received. According to vital statistics super visor Madeline Queahpama, 32 of the ballots were spoiled. Agency District Of the 893 eligible voters in the Agency District 367, or 41 percent, cast their ballots. Zane Jackson received 220 votes; Rita Squiem phen and Uren Leonard, Jr. each received 147 votes; Bernice Mit chell received 154 votes; Daisy Ike received 135 votes; Shirley Sanders received 111 votes; Buford John son, Jr. received 96 votes; Levi Bobb received 83 votes; Marie Cal- ica received 75 votes; Gilbert Bru noe received 50 votes; Lyle Rhoan, Sr. received 24 votes while 23 peo ple received 29 write-in votes, most of whom received one vote each. Simnasho District Of the 516 eligible voters in the Simnasho District, 269, or 52 per cent, cast their ballots. Jacob Frank, Sr. received 103 votes; Pierson Spring clean-up time April is spring clean-up time. Garbage bags are available, free of charge, from the Housing Office located next to the administration building.A truck will be picking up garbage at homes in the Warm Springs community April 24-28. Large items will be picked up April 27 and 28. For those who work, a truck will make a last pick-up on May 1. ECC referendum May 16 The Tribal Council has scheduled a referendum on the Early Child hood Center for May 16, 1989 The vote, if approved by the people, will appropriate $1,1 25,000 toward design and construction of the facility. The balance of the pro ject's cost, $3,375,000, would come from grants and loans. The Center will include up to 24 classrooms for child care and pre school services, along with a kit Arts and Crafts show set Tribal and community members are urged to register for their table and or space for the second Annual Warm Springs Arts and Craft Show slated for Saturday, May 13, 1989. There are no rent fees and it's on a first come, first serve basis. If, for any reason, the person doesn't use hisher space by 9:30 a.m.,the date of show, the table or space will be reassigned to the next UNIVt.K';iTY OF OKKCuN L I P J. A K Kecu'ivt-d on: u-l-l'o-ft'j IT J J J News from the Warm Springs Indian Reservation w PO BOX 870 WARM nuw Karen Wallulatum Mitchell 'received 100; Delbert, Frank, Sr. received 90; Grant Waheneka received 87; Kathleen Foltz received 79; Janice Clements received 72; write-in candidate Ronald Suppah, Sr. received 60; Prosanna Williams received 54; Dennis Starr, also a write-in can didate, received 53; Larry Arthur received 47; Raymond Moody re ceived 38; and Larry Calica, Samuel Starr and Alvis Frank each received one write-in vote. Seekseequa District Of the 134 eligible voters in the Seekseequa District, 83, or 62 per cent, cast their ballots. Brenda Scott received 52 votes; Karen Wallula tum received 31 votes; Geraldine Jim received 28 votes, Ellen John son received 25 votes and write-in candidate Carolyn E. Wewa re ceived 23 votes. Cy Jim and Lupe Torres each received one write-in vote while Kathleen Moses received three write-in votes. chen facility and maintenance building. The Early Childhood Center will be the first phase of the Commun ity Learning Center, which is planned to include all tribal and public education programs the elementary school, kindergarten, adult education, culture and heri tage, COCC, OSU Extension and a library. person on the waiting list. The artwork on this year's poster was created by Warm Springs tri bal member William Wilson. The concessions will be handled by the Shaker Church Youth group. The next meeting is scheduled for April 13, 1989 at 9.00 a.m. in Carol's room at the Community Center. Anyone interested is wel come to attend. I -inn ' ii m linn 1 n . 1 1 :' - i 1.7 I - P.O. Box 870 Warm Springs, OR 97761 Address Correction Requested SPRINGS, OREGON 97761 iwui vuunun Brenda Scott Jacob Frank Li Smith selects management team 1 Building a strong and competent tribal management team for the future was the main emphasis of Ken Smith in his selection of indi viduals for five general manager and two key staff positions. The positions resulted from the recently adopted and implemented reor ganization plan. Smith, Tribal Chief Executive Officer Secretary Treas urer, announced his selection Tues day, April 4 after spending about two weeks reviewing resumes and interviewing the 26 applicants. The new positions will be effective June I. "In making my decision of a management team, I took into consideration the long-term benef its that will accrue for the tribal organization. I leaned to tribal members who have demonstrated successful management and supervisory responsibilities, loyalty, and high potential," said Smith. Continuing, Smith added, "I feel that I have pulled together a strong team and am looking forward to leading and working with them." Sal Sahme was selected to fill the human services general manager position. Jody Calica was selected as general manager of natural resources. Ed Manion will serve as general manager of public utilities. Charles Jackson will be general manager of business and economic development. Jeff Sanders will be chief of police. Garland Brunoe will be director of human resources and Larry Calica will be director of governmental affairs and planning. Also added to the initial man agement team are Doug McClel land, who w ill be in charge of spe 001 025 SCR I AL5 U Or 0 EUGENC i i jnpin o Zane Jackson 4 I ''I 1.A is LI V.. S Delbert Frank, Sr. cial projects, and Rudy Clements, who will be working in public affairs. The main purpose of the reor ganization is to streamline tribal operations and to ensure that the organization is serving the tribal membership as it is supposed to. The exact responsibilities of the general managers has not yet been determined. However, by June I, those responsibilities will be de fined, with departments and pro grams being assigned to the appro priate general managers. In his memo to tribal employees, Issue to be decided in May According to Warm Springs BIA Superintendent Bernard Topash, the secretarial election on approtlonment has been scheduled for sometime dur ing the last week of May. Topash and his staff are currently preparing the voters' registration forms and pamphlets for distribution. Watch Spilyay for further information concerning the election. l.S. rosier Bulk K.te I'rrmit No. 2 Warm Springs OH 97761 SECTION LIBRARY OH 97403 APRjL 7j 1989 cic;iiiuii 1 f Bernice Mitchell h f I Pierson Mitchell Smith stated, "I feel that the excel lent quality of the candidates shows the resource of talent and expe rience we possess in our organiza tion. This also made for difficult choices. The decisions were needed and I am confident that we can now move on with the building of our organization. "I ask and am expecting your support of the persons I have selected..." concluded Smith. On page two are the tribal organ ization chart and brief resumes on each of the new general managers and staff positions. 1 '