REQUIEM MASS CELEBRATED AT
FOR LATE PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY
•In honor ’of the late President John F. Kennedy, a requiem mass was held at Our Lady of the
•Sacred Heart church in Sells on Monday evening, Nov. 25 „
Three priests participated with Fr. Gordian as celebrant. About 100 persons, mostly Papagos,
a tended the service. Residents of Ali Chukson, Gu Oidak, and Topawa joined with Sells re
Tribal Chairman Eugene J. Johnson, who had met and talked with Kennedy in Washington in
March, spoke briefly at the memorial services.
CATTLEMEN INVITED TO READ, AND USE SEMI-MONTHLY
MARKET BULLETINS IN AGRICULTURAL .AGENT 1 S OFFICE
Information on range conditions throughout the Southwest as well as expected prices for beef
cattle is available in the office of Millard Horn, Agricultural Extension agency, at the
Tribal cattlemen are invited to make use of the semi-monthly bulletins which reflect market
conditions and indicate possible trends. Prices in the Phoenix market are included. The
office is open from 8:30 to 4:30 Monday through Friday.
RESERVATION JUVENILE OFFICER STARTS
WORK; FIRST ASSIGNMENT IS SAN XAVIER
Jack J. Hitchcock, who was a detective for the last three of the five years he was a member
of the Tucson police department, started work in November as a juvenile officer for the
His first assignment is on the San Xavier reservation. He and his family are still living
in Tucson until housing is available at Sells, Mr. and Mrs. Hitchcock have two chosen
children: Jimmie, 8, and Sally, 6. Both are Papa.gos.
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