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DECEMBER 29, 1989
Wood permits required
To avoid receiving a
pitation, pick up wood
cutting permits for the
cutting of firewood,
fence posts, rails, poles
and boughs. Permits are
available at the Bureau
of Indian Affairs Office of
Although the Warm
Industries plan has been
in operation since
October 1986, it was only
The Indian Health
Service clinic schedule is
displayed for use by
The year 1989 is
reviewed in photographs.
Events range from the
hiring of Ken Smith as
chief executive officer
for the Tribe to ground
breaking ceremonies the
small log mill.
The Tribal Council
Agenda for January 1990
indicates a full schedule.
Sign-up for classes
offered through Central
credit and basic
Sixteen ideas on ways to
deter gaining weight
during the holidays are
given. Exercise as well as
low-cal food recipes are
Happy New Year!
The Spllyay Tymoo staff
The past two weeks'
weather was not available.
However, it has been cold
Warm Springs tribal biologist M ark Fritsch and John Ogan from the
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife brave the cold while they
collect data. By taking an inventory of native fall chinook carcasses
Council to select judges, board, committee members
The Tribal Council of the Con
federated Tribes of the Warm
Springs Reservation announce the
following vacancies. If interested
in applying, submit a resume and a
letter of interest before January 5,
1990 to Dons Miller at the Tribal
Council office, PO Box C, Warm
Springs, OR 97761.
Warm Springs Local Housing
Authority (Six positions)
WSTC 400.022 Board of Com
(3) A Commissioner may be a
member or a non-member of the
Tribes, and may be a member or
non-member of the Tribal Council.
(12) The Board shall have auth
ority to exercise, by majority vote
of those present and voting, any
and all powers delegated to the
Authority of this Housing Code or
any amendments thereto, except as
provided in WSTC 400.025 (b) (a)
tor the adoption of obligation
(13) Meetings of the board shall
be held at regular intervals as desig
nated by the Chairman of the Board.
Emergency meetings may be held
upon 24 hours' actual notice and
business transacted, provided that
four or more members concur in
the proposed action.
Appellate Judges (Two positions)
WSTC 203.001 (I) "The Warm
Springs Court of Appeals shall
consist of judges appointed for a
term of three years by the Tribal
Council. The judges shall be adult
members of the Confederated
Tribes. One of the judges shall be
appointed as Chief Appeals Judge
by the Tribal Council and shall be
responsible for administering the
Court of Appeals."
WSTC 203.00 1 (2) "At least three
judges assigned by the Court Ad
ministrator and approved by the
Chief Appeals Judge shall sit as the
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Court of Appeals panel on each
case. The Court Administrator shall
rotate assignments so that each
judge sits on an approximately
equal number of cases."
Credit Committee (One Position)
WSTC 710. 147 Qualifications of
Members. Each member must have
a reputation for industry,, depen
dability, honesty and integrity; have
been employed more or less con
tinuously in a responsible job for
wages or salary for at least five
years, or have at least five years of
successful experience in the opera
tions of a farm, ranch or business;
be an enrolled member of the Tribes
and be of at least one-quarter degree
Bring in the new year
at the Agency Longhouse
New Years Eve celebration
Happy Mew Yead
P.O. Box 870
Warm Springs, OK 97761
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WSTC 710.160 Meetings. The
Committee will meet when busi
ness demands and requires its atten
tion. The number of meetings will
be kept to a minimum necessarry
to conduct the Tribes' credit busi
ness. The regular meeting day will
be the second Monday of each
month starting at 9 a.m. except
that if any regular meeting day falls
on a holiday, the meeting will be
held the following day.
WSTC 710.170 Authority and
Duties. It shall be the duty of the
Tribal Credit Committee to pro
vide supervisory review of the oper
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's Falls, biologists are able to make
ations of the credit activities of the
Tribes and to make appropriate
recommendations to the Secreta
ry Treasurer and theTribal Coun
cil. The Committee shall take ap
proval action as provided in WSTC
710.420 (3) and make approval
recommendation regarding actions
Forestry students recognized
Stream enhancement work and
rehabilitation efforts by Madras
High School Forestry students have
been recognized by the United
States Department of Agriculture.
A plaque presented to Forestry
instructor Bill Wysham recognizes
thestudents'achievements in work
doneat Mud Springs and on Willow
Students are learning that Fore
stry is a multiple-use resource and
that the health of the forest depends
on many things including wildlife,
range and water resources.
The Forestry class has construct
ed fences, planted grass and other
vegetation, and built gabions and
log weirs to increase water in the
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VOL. 14 NO. 26
sets up regional
office in Bend
The U.S Census Bureau is get
ting ready for the Big Count in
1990 with the opening of a district
office in Bend. There will be a total
of five district offices in the state,
located in Portland. Salem. Eugene.
Bend and Beaverton.
The Bend census office is located
at 1I55S.W. Division St.
Approximately 100 persons will
be employed at the district office,
. which will be the nerve center for
census activities in an eighteen
county area. Hiring for approxi
mately 600 field census jobs through
out thedistrict will begin in January.
Throughout the state, the Cen
sus Bureau will recruit and hire
enough people to fill some 3.400
temporary census positions, with
an economic contribution to the
state of $10 million.
The effort to achieve a complete
and accurate count of the state's
residents is of critical importance
..tojOrjfsonand to each community..
The impact of the 1990 Census
on the state and the nation will be
immense. Census population fig
ures will determine the number of
representatives to which each state
is entitled in the U.S. House of
Representatives, and Oregon's
count will shape the state legisla
ture into the 21st Century.
In addition to the political im
pact, billions of dollars in federal
and stale funds are redistributed to
local and tribal governments based
on population, age, income, and
other census statistics, to meet
urgent community needs. Census
Day is April I, 1990.
in WSTC 710.420 (4). They shall
establish policy guidelines and shall
periodically review the operation
of the program for compliance
with this chapter and shall furnish
a report of such review to the Tri
bal Council and BIA Superinten
dent. p-;V .V';'
Forestry student Joe Boise works
on W illow Creek project.