Char-Koosta News (Pablo, Mont.) 1985-current, November 30, 1988, Image 2

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T h r e e m i s s o u i o n f r e e m o n e y s o f a r Three people out there in the wide world have missed out on $250 that Tribal Health is trying to give away. To increase the chances of un­ loading the dough, they’ve selected three numbers that are now eligible for the prize: 877, 50, and 1428. Those numbers, you’ll remember, belong to evaluation questionnaires sent out early this year. Each was numbered and eligible for the $250 drawing as an incentive for the re­ ceivers to respond. A lot did answer, but not many kept track of their numbers, evidently. If you’re one who did, and it matches one of the numbers above, you have until Wednesday, Dec. 14, to claim the prize. Call 406/676-2770 to do so, or for more information. _____________________________________________ Notes of th a n k s ................ I would like to thank everyone who sent flowers and cards, and said prayers, and the visitors and phone calls I received when / was in the hospital for my surgery. I really appreciate that a lot of people cared. Thanks to everyone. Bernice Hewankorn PS: My family and I are planning a dinner in memory of my loving husband, our dad, grandpa and real good friend, George Hewankorn, on Friday evening, Dec. 16. Everyone is welcome. We'd like to thank everyone for the kind words, cards and flowers given to us following the death of our mom and sister. The family of Deanna Joseph Wed like to thank everyone who played bingo or otherwise donated money so we could buy a three-wheeler, hand-pro­ pelled bike for Adele. From Adele Durgeloh and her mom, Shirley, and the rest of the family I would like to take this time and opportunity to thank all of you who attended and sentflowers to the funeral of our beloved baby boy who died on Nov. 14,1988. I would especially like to thank the cooks, the one who took time out to dig the grave, and the one who carried the small casket. I am really grateful for each and every one of you who was there to give our baby a decent funeral. It’s great to know that you all cared and took time out to share that sad day with the family. I cant thank you all enough. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. Bean Tenas, Nick Gravelle, and Charles, Warren, and Rita ALCO, from page one: the county admits it violated ALCO and degraded the environment. To fix the damage, the county agreed to a nine- point plan, which includes hiring a pro­ fessional engineer to plan and approve the work in coordination with the Shore­ line Protection Office, and outlines how and where the stream will be shaped and graded with an eye towards minimizing erosion and sediment. In exchange for satisfactory comple­ tion by April 1, 1989, the SPO board agreed to “defer imposition of monetary sanctions”. The county also agreed to abide by ALCO provisions for any projects un­ dertaken in the future. 44D, from page one: closure on Kokanee salmon in Flathead Lake, unless future considerations war­ rant it, and closing the south fork of the Jocko River to bulltrout taking by Tribal members, due to their seriously small population, according to Tribal fisheries biologist Ginger Thomas. Copies of the documents outlining all of the proposed changes for 44D, both for Tribal members and non-members, are available at Tribal headquarters in Pablo. See the public notice elsewhere in this issue for full particulars on the commenting process. — CSKT’s Char-Koosta News EDITOR: Patti M. Blomquist REPORTER: Printing by Char-Koosta Printing Pablo, MT 59855 The Char-Koosta News (ISSN 0893-8970) is published weekly by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, P.O. Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855, as a free-of-charge serv­ ice to enrolled Tribal members. Second-class postage paid at Pablo, MT 59855, and at additional mailing office. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Char-Koosta News, P.O. Box 278, Pablo, MT 59855 (phone: 406/675-2700). Articles may be reprinted from the Char- Koosta News, but please give us proper credit. r MOVING? “ I 1 Please send us your new mailing address as soon as you I know it. Send your name, old address and new address I to our address in the box above. L J PAGE 2 - CSKT's Char-Koosta News, Pablo, MT - NOVEMBER 30,1988 P M n n n n tA A a n E 'X T r a A A A A A A A X

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