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INDIAN AUTHOR REMINDS AMERICANS THAT "THEY(Indians) CAME HERE FIRST

One of the books that is certain to join the classics in historical literature in America is..."THEY CAME HERE FIRST"....written by D'Arcy McNickle,Flathead Indian,[[strikethrough]] Every [[/strikethrough]] Indians and other [[strikethrough]] sensitive [[/strikethrough]] Americans who read this epic of the American Indian [[strikethrough]] has [[/strikethrough]] will have a deeper insight into the Indians' lasting contriutions to American and world culture.It is fortunate for Indians, the NCAI, and the Bureau of Indian Affairs [[strikethrough]] and the NGAI [[/strikethrough]] that we are [[strikethrough]] have [[/strikethrough]] such an interpreter of Indians in public service...

A NEW DAY FOR INDIANS ON THE SCREEN AND RADIO

In the field of public entertainment, there is reason for encouragement and commendation. During the year, four major radio hook-ups and local stations have presentd documentary programs in which well known moving picture and radio stars participated.. Here are the titles//"SONG OF THE TOM-TOM", [[strikethrough]] over American Broadcasting Company [[/strikethrough]];"HEAR ME, MYCHIEFS", [[strikethrough]] over National Broadcasting Co. [[/strikethrough]];"THEY MET THE BOAT", [[strikethrough]] on Mutual Broadcasting Co. [[/strikethrough]];"THIS IS YOUR LIFE"..[[strikethrough]] over the Ralph Edwards hours, NBC. [[/strikethrough]] and "THE ONLY GOOD INDIAN", [[strikethrough]] on Warner Bros, KFWB, Hollywood. [[/strikethrough]] The story of Andrew Begay, a Navajo, G.I. as told on the Ralph Edwards hour, is still the topic of conversation in many places.These five programs were sponsored by ARROW,Inc. largely through the efforts of Mr. and Mrs. WW Roger, Jr. Arrow, Inc, as you know, is the subsidiary of the National Congress of American Indians. If you failed to hear [[strikethrough]] either of [[/strikethrough]] these programs, it is possible for you [[strikethrough]] to secure the loan of [[/strikethrough]] borrow the records thru our Executive SEcretary, John Rainer, at our Washington office. Tow other feature programs were presented over Columbia network..."ARROWS IN THE DUST" and a series of educational talks sponsored by the American Association on Indian Affairs. All of these programs gave the Indian side of American history [[strikethrough]] and tribal affairs- [[/strikethrough]]  [[strikethrough]] problems [[/strikethrough]]. They were doubtless heard by millions [[strikethrough]] that [[/strikethrough]] who learned the truth for the first time.

INDIANS STAFF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION WORKSHOPS

In that last year, three universities, UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, AT LOS ANGELES' UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND WILMINGTON COLLEGE, OHIO, set workshops on Indian Life, Culture and Arts. These were taught by Indians of various tribes. [[strikethrough]] The same Indians have been asked to repeat these [[strikethrough]] same and additional [[/strikethrough]] courses [[strikethrough]] next year [[strikethrough]] next year. [[/strikethrough]] and to teach others next year. [[/strikethrough]]

THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES CHAMPIONS INDIANS CAUSE

When President Truman vetoed the Navajo Hopi Rehabilitation Bill because of

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