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? í 5# i Salisi Ko t ¿î£l; Fabio, Moalaaa news about our people Johnny Eneas has been doing something special for the past year and his friends want to throw him a party in celebration. The 43-year-old Elmo man has completed one year of sobriety. To mark the achievement, and to let him know how proud they are of his success, Jerry and Anita Dupuis Nicolai are planning a “ birthday” celebration at 11 am. on Sunday, May 10, at the Koostatah Hall in Elmo. Jimmy Auld, another “ birthday party” planner, said the event will be a community potluck dinner, with silverware, plates, coffee and a birthday cake being provided. Yet another celebration organizer, Richard Nichols, said they’re hoping the party will become an annual event and will encourage and challenge others to work for sobriety during the next twelve months. The video, “ The Honour of All” , parts 1, II & III will be shown, too. The Reservation community is welcome to attend. For more information, call Jerry Nicolai at 883-9254. Card of thanks The family o f Martina Stanger would like to express its appreciation to everyone who supported them in their time of need ~ for the cards o f sympathy and the prayers; thanks to St. Joseph, Kalispell Regional and St. Patrick’s hospitals; to the St. Joseph Rest Home; to all the cooks; and to the priests who performed the services. The family o f Martina Stanger JOB OPPORTUNITIES Conclude Must be able to travel and operate an automobile in all weather conditions. Must be able to accept after-hours work and weekend on-call work when necessary. Must possess or be eligible for a government operator’s license. SUBM IT: Recent Tribal application, copies of academic transcripts and training certificates, and proof of driver’s license to the Personnel Office, Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855 (406/675- 2700, ext. 343). CLOSING DATE: MAY 8, 1987, 4:30 p.m. FOR MORE INFORM A T ION: Contact Opal Cajune, department head, at 676-2500. LaDue wins NAFWS prizes Josephine LaDue, who works at SKC, received some good news a little while back: A raffle ticket she was talked into buying up here on the Flathead had won her two special prizes down in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The prizes were a buffalo cape and skull, which were raffled off at the 1987 annual conference of the Native American Fish and Wildlife Association (a meeting sponsored by the Salish and Kootenai Tribes in 1986). LaDue is smiling for two reasons. The first, of course, is that she now owns a valuable buffalo cape, something not easily acquired these days. Second, she’s covering up a grimace caused by the smell of the fresh skull. . . something Wildlands Recreation staff member Calvin Tanner knows about, as he was the one who escorted the items to Montana from New Mexico while trying to ignore the raised eyebrows of his fellow plane passengers. The children and other family members of Rose Vanderburg Sheridan would like to invite the public to our 3rd annual memorial dinner to honor “ Mom/Rosie” this Mother’s Day, May 10, beginning at 2 p.m. at the Sheridan home in Arlee. We would like to see this annual event grow and be a memorial for all of our people who have gone on before us. We believe this is a good way to show honor to them. If you have any questions, call 726-3479 (Babe Sheridan) or 726-3539 (LeeAnn Sheridan). We hope to see you here, and come early. We ask, too, that there be no drugs or alcohol. From the Rose Sheridan family