PACK 8 November 3, 1989 Warm Springs, Oregon SpilyayTymoo Native A merican guide published K RS Pro announces the publi cation of Robinon'i Rcdbook: A Native American (iuidc to Wash ington, DC, 1990 edition. Due out in November 1989 in time (or the ChrUtimas-giving sea son, the 40-plu paged (iuidc con tains over 100 entries listing con tacts in the Nation's Capitol that will be of interest to Native Ameri cans and those involved in business in Washington. D C, related to Native American affairs. It con tinues the popular D.C. Directory issued, until 1985. by the Phelps Stokes Fund. Hound in a 5'Jx7'4 format to fit into purse or brcicfcasc. the Red book contains the names and addresses of individuals and offices Indians often need to contact in the Nation's Capitol. It includes eve ryone from Bush the President of the American Indian Society of Washington. D C. to Bush the President of the United States. Want to know where Indians "hang out"after their work is done? The Redbook gives you what, where, when and who to call on area Indian "doings" like bowling and Softball leagues, monthly meet ings of community groups, pow wows, annual dinners and even some "watering holes." Birthdays to remember Did you know that there are about 50 Indian private and non profit organizations in D.C? I hey mostly do business with the Government and with Indians, but Gary's is a restaurant, Red Ik-ar I imilcd is a specialty craft firm and I rankic Welch of America is a top fashion ilfMi'nfr Single copies of the Rcdbook are S 19.95 each plus $ 1 .50 postage and handling. On orders of 25 or more copies to u single purchases, a 15 percent discount on the total is offered. Write RRS Press. PO Box 39003. Washington. D.C. 20016 or call (202) 537-6070. Senior Citizen November Birthdays 1 Milan Smith, Sr. 3 Nettie Shawaway 18 Manuel Garcia 28 Franklin Suppah 29 Zelma Smith 30 Ben Holliday Sr. Citizens' November menu Thursdays November 2 Red Beans and Ham Rice Tomato Slices and Cheese Fried Bread Fruit Orange Juice November 9 Franks Macaroni and Cheese Relish Dish Peas Fruit Punch November 16 Pork Chops and Applesauce Rice Broccoli Tossed Salad Fruit Lemonade Wheat Rolls November 22 Special Meal November 29 Meatloaf Potatoes Broccoli Carrot Salad Fruit Punch White Bread Tuesdays November 7 Roast Beef Potatoes and Gravy Tossed Salad Spinach Fruit Pineapple Juice November 14 Tripe and Hominy Green Salad Brussel Sprouts Fruit PearGrape Juice French Bread November 21 Oven Fried Chicken Potatoes Corn Coleslaw Fruit ApplePear Juice Wheat Bread November 27 Ham, Baked Salmon Potatoes Fruit Salad Sweet Potatoes Corn Apple Juice Rolls 4, 4 v- wm- .ft." x ? t '-, V.' Geo-qulz c an be a winner. Identify (he location of this photo and win a year's subscription toSpilyay Tymoo. you already receive the paper, have it mailed to someone special. Call 553-1644 with your answer. Cowdeo Cont. from page 6 keyhole which was marked with white powder on the arena floor. The winners in each category were as follows: Pee Wee division, Abe McNamee; Junior division, Kellie McNamee and, Senior division, Amy Anderson. Flint Scott won the cow riding and also the barrel race. In placing in so many events, Scott was award ed the Ail-Around championship and was presented a pair of chaps. So, as the dust settles once again, plans will soon be on the drawing board for the next Cowdeo. There were a lot of new faces from Warm Springs entered this year. MHS students participate in Homecoming Adopt-a-Smoker on Thursday, November 16 (Support a friend smoker for the day!) Join the Fun Walk and Games from 12 noon to 1 p.m. in the Community Center Social Hall Yummy Snacks and Beverages will be available Cold Turkey Raffle Drawing at 4:30 p.m. Everyone is invited for the snacks, even if you're a non-smoker or are trying to quit! f'-T, f ' v I i JSC- , li ; j , u - " 1r iimiiMi ! u Wf I 1 " 3 Student places in Grass Dance championship Homecoming princess Luanne Foltz rides with escort Scott Moses in parade. f f! j i - t-tzr 4 ' r - . ' ' . . f f - 1' if mm 1 , ' ' j Warm Springs fifth grade stu dent Reggie Heath took fifth place in the Little Boy's Grass cham pionship dance in Bismark, North Dakota, The 10-year-old competed against 950 other youth dancers during the 20th Anniversary Uni ted Tribes International Powwow in September. Heath says he danced four or five times and eventually finished in the top five with 75 points, 19 less than the first place winner. He took home a ribbon and fifty dol lars which he plans to spend on his grass dance costume. The young dancer says he's get ting better at dancing and he's going to continue working toward first place. ww'f'wm ..y 4 tyuy 3? -H t ,1 . M , : .. ; " ft Matthew Smith helps provide the music during Homecoming parade. Court notices The Conffdtrtttd Triba or the Warm Sprinp Reservation or Oregon Tribe to sell 16 fleet vehicles Property Description Comments V-222 1 980 Datsun Pick-Up; White with Utility Bed $1 ,500 V-221 1980 Datsun Pick-Up; White with Utility Bed $1,500 V-26 1982 Datsun Pick-Up; Yellowish Orange $1,500 V-14 1983 Ford 34-Ton 4x4 Pick-Up; White $4,150 V-197 1979 Chevy -Ton 4x4 Pick-Up; White $2,650 V-49 1985 Ford Crown Victoria Sedan LTD; White $2,850 V-74 1986 Ford Crown Victoria Sedan LTD; White $3,950 V-76 1986 Ford Crown Victoria Sedan LTD; White $4,000 V-6 1983 Chevy -Ton Pick-Up; White $3,600 V-39 1981 Datsun Pick-Up; Yellowish Orange $1,275 V-18 1983 Ford -Ton Pick-Up; White $2,950 V-27 1981 International Shuttle Bus; Light Yellow . $3,500 V-50 1985 Ford Crown Victoria Sedan LTD; White $2,850 V-220 1958 International Fire Truck; Red $3,200 V-217 1980 Datsun Pick-Up; Yellowish Orange $1,750 Tank Trailer; Red, 4,650 Gallon Capacity $3,000 Starting date for tribal members only sale was October 25, 1989. There is no closing date. Starting date for general public sale is November 13, 1989. There is no closing date All units will be sold "as is." All sales are for "cash only." Tribal members processing loans for vehicles through the credit office must have certification of oan from that office before vehicle will be released. Payment can be made at the property management section of the Durchasina rienartment ocated at the tribal administration building. venicies are on display at the tribal vehicle pool. - Maurice Smith escorts Homecom ing queen Marcie Hawes. Princess Joey Ratliffis escorted by Wayne Miller. Elmini L. Johnson Defendant Order to Show Cause for Public Notice Case no. CR 137-89 To: Elmlna L. Johnson You are hereby notified: That the above cited case(s). as filed in the Warm Springs Tribal Court, has been scheduled for show cause hearing at 3:00 p.m., on the 21st day of November, 1989. You are hereby ordered: To be and appear at the Warm Springs Tribal Court at the time and dale shown to show cause why the suspended sentence of $100 fine and 10 days jail, should not be imposed for your failure to comply with the sentence imposed against you. This hearing will not be a full hearing on the merits of case; you must appear and defend against a complaint that you failed to obey the Order of the Court. If you fail to appear as so ordered, the Tribal Court shall enter a complaint for contempt of court and issue a warrant for your arrest. If you have any questions, you should seek legal assist ance immediately. Dated at Warm Springs, Oregon, on this 19th day of October, 1989. Walter Langnese III Judge, Warm Springs Tribal Court The Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon Tribal Court news Affidavit of Prejudice explained SUBSCRIPTION TO SPILYAY TYMOO SEND SUBSCRIPTION TO: SPILYAY TYMOO, PO BOX 870, WARM SPRINGS, OR 97761 NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE. ZIP. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $9.00 PER YEAR IN THE U.S. $15.00 PER YEAR OUTSIDE THE U.S. All members of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs will receive the Spilyay Tymoo at no cost. Spilyay Tymoo is published bi-weekly by the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs. Jeaslyn Spino Defendant Order to Show Cause for Public Notice Case no. CR344-M To: Jeaslyn Spino You are hereby notified: That the above cited casefs). as filed in the Warm Springs Tribal Court, has been scheduled for show cause hearing at 3 00 p.m.. on the 15th day of November, 1989. You are hereby ordered: To be and aonear at the Warm Springs Tribal Court at the time and date shown to show cause why the suspended sentence of SI 25 fine and 30 days jail, should not be imposed for your failure to comply with the sentence imposed against you. This hearing will not be a full hearing on the merits of case; you must appear and defend against a complaint that you failed to obey the Order of the Court. If you fail to appear as so ordered, the Tribal Court shall enter a complaint for contempt of court and issue a warrant for your arrest. If you have any questions, you should seek legal assist ance immediately. Dated at Warm Springs. Oregon, oa this 1 3th day of October. 1989. ..-T ' Waker tanfnne III Jarfge, Warm Springs Tribal Cossrt Dated at Warm Springs. Oregon oa this 19th day of October. 199. In an effort to provide commun ity assistance, awareness and edu cation, the Tribal Court will be submitting articles such as the fol lowing regarding"Affidavits of Pre judice." The information and sec tions of the Tribal Code will hope fully enable you to submit docu ments necessary with all of the required information for an imme diate response by the Court. Many documents cannot be accepted and are sent back due to lack of specific information. I'm sure you've heard the statement form "Dragnet" where Sergeant Friday says. "Just the fact, ma'am." Well, that is what the Court requires, "the facts." The Affidavit of Prejudice is self-explanatory in the Code sec tion 200.270(2). The facts must be stated specifically why you believe a fair hearing or trial decision could not be received from that judge. Filing an Affidavit of Prejudice WSTC 200.270 Disqualifica tions A Tribal Court judge may be disqualified from presiding over a particular case where there is a conflict of interest, a request for disqualification or a self-disqualification. 1. No judge shall be qualited to act as judge in any case wherein that judge has a direct interest or where any party to the action is a relative by marriage or by blood in the first or second degree. Removal of the judge form the case in these circumstances is mandatory. Par ties to the case may not waive this disqualification rule. 2. A judge may be removed from the case upon the basis of an Affi davit of Prejudice which has been filed by one of the parties. The Affidavit must be in writing and must offer facts and evidence to support the request. The reasons presented must be sufficient to lead a reasonable person to beieve that the party could not receive a fair trial by the judge being opposed. Decision on the request by an impartial judge is discretionary and final. 3. In some cases a judge may elect to disqualify himself or her self. This is a personal decision and is not mandatory. Such decision will normally be made where the affected judge feels that a decision on the case could not be fairly made without bias or prejudice. This very personal decision may not be challenged.