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December, 1963
Teams Prepare For
Basketball Season
by Fred Banashley
Tribal Athletic Director
A basketball meeting was called
on Nov. 29, 1963 by the Tribal
Athletic Director, Fred Banashley.
All the old and new team
managers from each district met.
A good crowd turned out for the
evening. We discussed the basket
ball rules and regulations also the
tribal equipment. There are six
teams that are still organized that
we have had for many years. The
"Chiefs" a team from last year has
disorganized and joined other
teams. Carrizo district wanted
to start a team but wasn't too sure.
It depends mostly on the boys in
the district on whether they are
interested enough to organize their
own teams. Cibecue district has
a team which is always a good one
but they couldn't be used in our
league games due to transportation
and being hampered by the weather
also the distance is too far to
travel. They are always welcome
to play with the teams here and
with visiting teams.
We will be sending teams out
from Wliiteriver whenever they are
scheduled with outside teams. On
Saturday nights, games will be
played here with visiting teams.
These games are rotated by the
local teams so that all teams have
The Invitational Tournament
will be held on February 13, 14,
and 15, 1964. Other Indian
Reservation teams are invited to
a chance to play the visiting
teams. The athletic director
should be notified two weeks ahead
of time for these games.
We have our Christmas Holiday
Tournament which starts Thursday,
December 26. The finals to be
played Saturday, December 28.
Our reservation tournament will
be held on the last part of March,
1964. This is the final tourna
ment of the basketball season.
The Whitemountain Athletic
Club would like to invite everyone
to come out and enjoy theirselves
at these games. This is part of
the entertainment held for the
community and a small charge
for admission is charged to all
games played. Everyone is wel
come to come and see their
favorite team play.
Reservation Hunting & Fishing License
ON U. S. 60*70
Midway between Show Low and Globe
Wildlife Dept.
Trout Lakes
Set In State
ALBUQUERQUE - The Bureau of
Sport Fisheries and Wildlife has
agreed to pay half the $34,000
cost of initial construction on two
new trout lakes to be built in
Coconino County, according to
John C. Gatlin, Regional Director
of the Department of the Interior
wildlife agency.
The.other half of the costs of the
two projects will be borne by the
Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Federal funds were made available
under the Accelerated Public Works
Program, aimed at increasing
Basketball Game
Tues.-Dec. 10 Game #1 Cedar Creek vs. C.C. Lobos
" #2 Apache Warriors vs. Tlninderbirds
Wed.-Dec. 11 " #1 Lancers vs. Canyon Day
" #2 W.R. Redskins vs. McNary
Tues.-Dec. 17 " # 1 Canyon Day vs. Redskins
" #2 McNary vs. Lancers
Wed.-Dec. 18 " #1 C.C. Lobos vs. Warriors
" #2 Thunderbirds vs. Cedar Creek
Tues.-Jan. 7 " #1 Lobos vs. Thunderbirds
" #2 Cedar Creek vs. Warriors
Wed.-Jan. 8 " #1 Lancers vs. Redskins
" #2 Canyon Day vs. McNary
Tues.-Jan. 14 " #1 Warriors vs. Lancers
" #2 Thunderbirds vs. Redskins
Wed.-Jan. 15 " #1 Cedar Creek vs. Canyon Day
" #2 Lobos vs. McNary
Tues.-Jan. 21 " #1 Thunderbirds vs. Lancers
" #2 Warriors vs. Redskins
Wed.-Jan. 22 " #1 Lobos vs. Canyon Day
" #2 Cedar Creek vs. McNary
Tues. -Jan. 28 " #1 Cedar Creek vs. Lancers
" #2 Lobos vs. Redskins
Wed.-Jan. 29 " ts 1 Warriors vs. Canyon Day
" ft 2 Thunderbirds vs. McNary
Tues.-Feb. 4 " #1 Canyon Day vs. Thunderbirds
" #2 McNary vs. Warriors
Wed.-Feb. 5 " # 1 Redskins vs. Cedar Creek
" #2 Lobos vs. Lancers
Second round of League games will continue as scheduled for
F ebruary 11.
The Fort Apache Scout
employment opportunity and im
proving wildlife values.
Plans for the construction of
200-2/5 acre trout lake at the
Chevelon Canyon site, on the
Sitgreaves National Forest, 13
miles northwest of Heber, Arizona.
Located with fisherman-driving
distance of Phoenix, Mesa, and
Tempe, the lake and the ten miles
of trout stream fishing below it
will attract many anglers.
The second project calls for
construction of Bear Canyon Lake,
also on the Sitgreaves National
Forest, 25 miles northeast of
Payson. This lake will be of 65
surface-acre size and will improve
stream fisliing for five miles below
the structure.
This State-Federal agreement
calls for construction of access
roads and excavation of the site
to bedrock, as well as the first
part of actual construction.
Weather permitting, work will
begin on both projects within a
few months, but it will be several
years before the new trout lakes
will be completed.
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Having given considerable
thought to the problem, and
despite the opposition of various
Federal agencies including the
Department of Agriculture, I am
now preparing a bill aimed at
relieving tliis unwarranted pressure
on the livestock industry.
In general, my bill will amend
the Tariff Act of 1930 so as to im
pose additional duties on various
classifications of livestock im
ported each year in excess of
established annual quotas.
The proposed legislation will
not halt imports, but will instead
discourage the widening invasion
of tiie domestic market - an
invasion that is failing to under
stand sound economics in a proud
American industry.
Whiteriver, Arizona
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First National Bank announces that as of
December 14, anew banking facility will be
serving the Pinetop area and the manager,
David Kugler, extends an invitation to visit
this new office.
I am joining with a number of
colleagues who are equally dis
turbed over the worsening situation.
It is my firm conviction that the
welfare of Americans must take
precedence over the economic
structure of other nations. Our
first concern is a nation must
always rest with our own people.
In addition to this legislation, I
have written Chairman Ben D.
Dorfman urging that the Tariff
Commission expedite completion
of the study requested by the Senate
Finance Committee. This study
is aimed at determining the extent
of actual injury or the threat of
injury to our domestic industry
under terms of the Trade Expansion
Act of 1960. At the completion
of such investigation I will seek
whatever additional remedial
action seems necessary.
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