Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, May 18, 1988, Image 1

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PABLO, MONTANA 5 9 8 5 5 A news publication of the I Salisfi and /ootenai Tribes \ . of the ‘Cathead / Indian Reservation mm Chief Charlo of the Salish VOLUME 16, NUMBER 52 BITTER ROOT MONTH Chief Koostatah of the Kootenai MAY 18, 1988 Presidential hopeful Jesse Jackson brings campaign to the Reservation The population of Arlee swelled by about 4,000 May 10 when Democratic presidential candidate Jesse Jackson paid a quick visit to the Tribal pow wow grounds on his way to the west coast from West Virginia. Jackson’s message, delivered to a crowd that had pretty much filled the dance pavillion an hour before he was due to arrive, was half political and half personal. 8 0 » « 8 « O £ « t i l The political part touched on the need for a change — from the current “star­ gazing” and amnesiac administration, to one that knows and cares about people as individuals. Amid cheers of agreement, Jackson said family issues need more national attention, from pre-natal health care to day care, Head Start (all levels of educa­ tion in general), and decent wages for working women. “Women make 65 cents for every dollar men make, but they don’t get a similar discount at the grocery store,” he pointed out. He also pledged effort to saving small ranches and farms, and labor-intensive (Continues on page four) Presidential c a n d idate J e s s e J a c k son is g r e e ted by Tribal Chairman M ickey P ablo a t the May 10 r a lly in Arlee. Pictured w ith them are M ontana sen a tor Bill Yellow tail (center) a n d Poison Council member PatLefthand.

Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.), 18 May 1988, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.