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Mav 23. 1957
Pirahdavs iv-fs. Lardy Jones hay 23; '' Rose Marie Sinyella—Lay 28, *SO; M "'3. Dickie Wa+ahomt gie-Msy 23;’ Charlie V»escogame May 22; "Many happy returns of the day." Sick List Susie Jones£ 93 years old, has been very sick strain. We all hone she gets well soon. Little La son Marshall has been feeling bad but he is better to day. Ned Futesoy is in the Grand Can yon Hospital for treatment. He is ge‘ting along alright. Guy Marshall went to Peach Springs Tuesday moraine- for treatment. Lemuel Paya talked to Mr. Collin on the phone this morning and said he was feeling much better. He is in Peecn Springs today & he will be home tomorrow. First School children Home Miss Joan Faya, Miss Rena Rpva, Wayne Faye, Calvin Futesoy, 8f Franklin Futesoy all arrived at Hilltop Monday morning. a school bus brought them there from Stevert. Nevada. Perry Wescogame got off at Kinsman and he will be home later on. We are all glad to see "our" -youngsters back for the summer.’ They all look fine and are much taller and fatter. Erasion Control Chick Futesoy, Ned Futesoy, & Raymond Futesoy have done a fine piece of work on the River bank below the Village. These men have planted posts and done other erosion control work to keep the bank from washing sway. This will save valuable land from washing down the River. In the past many acre" of th best farming land and many apricot and fig and peach trees have fallen into the river due to the flood and the constant swirling action of the river water. .These men.donated their „ labor ior this good piece of work that will help all +he Supais. Many thanks to these men. The Suoal Weekly Mews Thyrsdf v Vk.s + '.vr Reoort , High Low Precipitatlon May ±5 65 46 .70 Hail May 16 75 45 O' May 17 80 52 Trace May 18 81 57 o May 19 77 58 - .08 May 20 68 47 0 lP y Si 47 .22 Rain May 22 69 44 Trace M. L. C . Relocation Man to Come Mr. Laßoaue, Relocation Offi cer, plans to come +o sunal on May 27, 1957. He will stay a counie of days. Doctor Herr Soon Dr. M. Cunningham will be in Supai Tuesday, Miay 28, 1957. Tr Ibal Coun cll News Chairman of the Havasupai Tribal Council, Juan sinyella, called from the Grand Canyon and said a meeting of the Tribal Council will be held on the regular meeting day, the second Saturday, June 8, 1957. Among the important pieces of business to be considered are: 1. The counting of votes of the election for councilmen; 2. The selection of a store keeper and Tourist Manager; 3. Consideraton of new? plans of operation for the Havasu Buying Enterprise, the Havasu Development Enterprise, and the Havasu Farming Enterprise; « 4. Consideration of ending the Trust, Agreement between the Havasupai Tribe and the ' Government. Guests In Old Lodge Mir. J. M. Nelson, Godfrey, 111, and Mr. Alfred G. Etter, tlarks, viilc, Missouri, visited Supai’l for a few days. They took a lot of pictures and bought some’ baskets etc. They left iUesday in a rain storm. ’’ Five young ladies from Zuni, New- Meeico hiked to supai last week and camped. They were: Margarr* Koning, Winabelle Gritten Eunice Post, Ann DeVries, and *1 ’ Bobbie; Thompson. They do mission ary work and teaching up on the Zuni Reservation. I Supai. Arizona '