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The Fort Apache scout. [volume] (Whiteriver, Ariz.) 1962-current, December 01, 1963, Image 6

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Fort Apache
News-Views
FORT APACHE - Condolences to
these with broken bones this month.
Stanley Wright, tribal herd
manager, fell from the roof of his
house at ID ranch and broke his
heel. W.C. Roberts, head cus
todian at Alchesay High, fell from
a ladder in the high school gym,
breaking his leg. Both men were
taken to the McNary Hospital in
the same week. We wish both of
these men a speedy recovery.
We are glad to see Clare Sharp
and Melvin Amos, both of whom
have been suffering from broken
bones, up and about.
* * *
A farewell potluck dinner was
given for the family of Lee
Wardle, agency criminal inves
tigator, December 5, at the LDS
church at Fort Apache. The
Wardles are transferring to Warm
Springs, Oregon.
Farewell gifts were also pre
sented to the family at a meet
ing of tribal and government em
ployees at Alchesay Hall on
December 6.
* ■¥ *
A Christmas Dance was held in
the cafetorium by the members of
the Monday night dance class.
No admission was charged. Re
freshments were served. All dance
classes will again resume January
6, according to Michele, dance
instructor, New classes will be
forming and all are welcome.
* * *
GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR GOOD FRIENDS
May your holiday be
happy and bright!
CEDAR CREEK
TRADING POST
Whiteriver, Arizona
To Our White Mountain Apache Friends
The Season's Best Wishes
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Your Ford,Mercury and Lincoln Dealer Globe, Arizona
KTL DURING THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS, THE GOOD LORD HAS GUIDED YOUR TRIBAL
fcfi COUNCIL WISELY AND HAS MADE THE PAST YEAR ONE THAT HAS BEEN BENEFICIAL
FOR TIE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE.
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THE MDST SIGNIFICANT DEVELOPMENT WAS THE COMPLETION AND DEDICATION
YK OF YOUR NEW $2-MILLION TRIBAL SAWMILL; AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT THAT
jWX WILL PROVE TO BE OF INESTIMABLE VALUE IN COMING YEARS
THE MINERAL EXPLORATION PROGRAM BEING CONDUCTED ON THE RESERVATION
BY THE COLORADO FUEL AND IRON COMPANY WAS INTENSIFIED AND INDICATIONS
REVEAL THAT THIS MAY WELL BE ONE OF THE MOST PROFITABLE PROGRAMS FOR
ISn THE TRIBE IN THE NOT TOO DISTANT FUTURE.
THE TRIBAL CONSTRUCTION ENTERPRISE IS FORGING AHEAD RAPIDLY. THE PAST
YEAR HAS SEEN THE COMPLETION OF A MUCH NEEDED ADDITION TO YOUR TRIBAL
HEADQUARTERS BUILDING, AND THE NEW AGENCY HEADQUARTERS BUILDING IS
ANOTHER BEAUTIFUL ASSET TO THE RESERVATION THAT WAS COMPLETED LAST
SPRING
YOUR WHITE MOUNTAIN RECREATION ENTERPRISE HAS COMPLETED ANOTHER
SUCCESSFUL YEAR AND THE THOUSANDS OF TOURISTS AND VISITORS WHO HAVE
TOURED THE RESERVATION IN THE PAST TWELVE MONTHS IS A SMALL INDICATION
OF THE INTEREST THE RESERVATION HOLDS FOR PEOPLE THROUGHOUT THE
NATION.
OTHER PROGRAMS; INCLUDING CONTINUATION OF THE HOUSING PROJECTS FOR
TRIBAL MEMBERS, THE COMPLETION OF THE CIBECUE WATERSHED DEVELOPMENT
AND THE START OF THE LONG-SOUGHT SCHOOL AT 7-MILE HAVE RESULTED FROM
COOPERATIVE EFFORTS OF YOUR TRIBAL COUNCIL AND THE BUREAU OF INDIAN
AFFAIRS.
NONE OF THIS, HOWEVER, COULD HAVE BEEN ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT THE CO
OPERATION OF THE MEMBERS OF THE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE.
YOUR TRIBAL COUNCIL IS STRIVING CONTINOUSLY TO DEVELOP PROGRAMS THAT
WILL FURTHER THE PROGRESS OF THE INDIVIDUAL MEMBERS OF THE TRIBE; FOR
WITHOUT PROGRESS OF EACH INDIVIDUAL MEMBER, THE TRIBE AS A WHOLE CAN
NOT PROGRESS
THE DEATH OF OUR BELOVED PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY FILLED EACH OF US WITH
SADNESS AND GRIEF, FOR MUCH OF THE PROGRESS WE HAVE ACHIEVED IN THE
PAST THREE YEARS RESULTED FROM HIS ADMINISTRATION.
PRESIDENT KENNEDY WAS DEEPLY CONCERNED WITH THE PROBLEMS OF THE
NATION' S INDIAN TRIBES AND THIS FEELING AND CONCERN HAS BEEN ABLY
MANIIESTED BY THE HELP AND ASSISTANCE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR STEWART
L. UDALL HAS GIVEN TO THE WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHES AS WELL AS TO OTHER
TRIBES
OUR PRAYER FOR THE NEW YEAR OF 1964 IS THAT ALMIGHT GOD WILL GRANT US
THE WISDOM AND INTEGRITY TO CARRY OUT THE DUTIES OF OUR TRIBAL COUNCIL
OFFICERS; SO THAT OUR PEOPLE WILL CONTINUE TO RAISE THEIR STANDARD OF
LIVING, WILL CONTINUE TO HELP US IN OUR FORWARD MOVEMENT AND WILL CON
TINUE THE STRENGTHENING OF THEIR MORAL AND SPIRITUAL FIBRE.
TO THIS END, WE EXTEND OUR DEEP AND HEARTFELT WISHES TO EACH AND EVERY
MEMBER OF THEWVHITE MOUNTAIN APACHE TRIBE FOR A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS
. AND A MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
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• LESTER OLIVER WILLIAM TENIJIF.TH IDA EARLY MARY G. RILEY •
Tribal Chairman Wiiiteriver Cibecue Seven Mile
FRED BANASHLY HOMER BEATTY LES BAHA ARTHUR GORDON
• Vice Chairman Cedar Creek North Fork Carrizo •
MARY ENFIELD KENNETH CROMWELL mRY V . RILEY LYDO
Tribal Secretary Whiteriver East Fork North Fork
The Fort Apache Scout
December, 1963

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