Yakama Nation Review, Volume 8, Number 19

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The Yakama Nation Review is a bi-weekly newspaper printed by the Yakama Nation that includes articles of local importance. Articles in this issue are written by YNR staff writers, as well as external news outlets. In March 1994, the publication changed its name from Yakima Nation Review to Yakama Nation Review. 
Page 1: Tribes oppose Carter plan (Continued on Page 2); Councilmen meet Carter (Continued on Page 9); $1 million OKed to obtain lands; Columbia runs low; season unlikely (Continued on Page 7); Minors' judgment bill now before Congress (Continued on Page 7). 
Page 2: What’s Happening: Newsmaker; Quotable; National; Northwest; Yakima Nation; Andrus, Gerard back tribes in controversy (Continued from Page 1) (Continued on Page 10); Carter's pledge. 
Page 3: at a glance: Tribal courts study available; Catawba claims task force set; Indian fishermen: 'Direct offer'; Fishing regulations set on Yakima, Klickitat Rivers. 
Page 4: Cunningham will amend treaty abrogation bill; A fact profile of the congressman. 
Page 5: Cecelia reviews Tiinowit year; Tiinowit events set June 8-11 (Continued on Page 6). 
Page 6: DeEtte's memory poem; Tiinowit events readied (Continued from Page 5); About contract health services. 
Page 7: Columbia season (Continued from Page 1); Minors' bill (Continued from Page 1); Text: Minors' judgment fund bill. 
Page 8: U.S. backs Chippewas in flap with Mich. City; NACIE meet: BIA transfer; Vincent Lovett: Indian News Notes: Omahas regain Iowa lands; Aneth oilfield occupation ends; 'Remove Indian water section'; Gerard addresses law conference; Brown blocks Banks extradition; Urbans slate Missouri session; New Smithsonian text out; BIA reorganization in July?; Policy bombshell by satellite .....; Walking on: Bessie Pinkham Williams; Joseph F. Palmer; Carmelita Faye Hunter; Ray E. Voshall; Births. 
Page 9: Yakima message to President Carter (Continued from Page 1); Kimble running for Congress. 
Page 10: Master's education studies offered; OMB’s McIntyre: ‘Indians resist every major change’ (Continued from Page 2); BIA's 'impact analysis' of education transfer. 
Page 11: ROOTS How to dig and prepare them; Calling all graduates.....; Siletz roll underway; Ceremonial Calendar. 
Page 12: Sio-Pitch League ready: General Rules & Regulations; Indian TV show readied; Creek Nation National Olympics June 23-24. 
Page 13: Ads: First Annual 13-Km Run Saturday, July 1, 1978-9:00 A.M.; All-Indian Rodeo. 
Page 14: Nurses will gather; A poem for mothers. 
Page 15: Olney-Hale preview showing; Books; Contemporary Indian Northwest: Mail orders $2.00 ea. 
Page 16: Perspectives: ATNI's open letter to President Carter; ‘As ancestors look down, let’s join hands & live’. 
Page 17: Out of Our Mailbag: Weighing the future of Celilo Village; Something greater; Hansen story; Pen pal; Concerning news & sources. 
Page 18: Classified: Legal Notices; Jobs. 
Page 19: Classified: Jobs; Personals. 
Page 20: Classified: Services; Arts and Crafts; Ads.