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December 18* 1,959
~ublic Ke alt h
Dr. Stanley/Hills and. Mr. s*ement
Brewer, Peach Springs, were in Supai last
week on official business, Dr./Hills con
ducted Clinic Thursday afternoon and Fri
day morning and Mr. Brevier continued seme
cf the sanitation work. He is the new
Public Health Sanitarian for this district.
Word has come in the mail that little
4 year old Sandra Manakaja is doing fine
and is learning to walk again. She is still
in St. Joseph’s Hospital in Phoenix,
Council Meeting
The HavaßupeA Tribal Council met last
Saturday in Supai with five members pre
sent and they were: Juan Sinyella, Edith
Putesoy, William little Jim, Clark Jack,
and Lemuel Faya. Among the business matters
discussed were: 1. The Council voted to
hold the annual election on January 2nd,
1960. 2. The budgets for the Tourist &
Trading Co. Enterprises w~r<= approved. 3.
A permit for Mrs. Carma to
do research work on the Reservation for
196 S was approved. 4. It was voted to
hold the annual Christmas Feast on Christ
mas Day. 5* The Council discussed the
proposed helicopter service into the Can
yon by Mr. Dungan of Hude Park. The propo
sal was tabled until next meeting. 6. The
Council wants the Extension Agent to come
from Valentine to prune the fruit trees.
7. It was voted to ask that proper steps
be taken to have the Havasu Creek stocked
with fish by Springs of i 960 so that fish
ing in the Creek would attract more tour
ists. More matters were taken care of
but there was not time enough to finish
and the Meeting was over at 7 ?• M#
' Birth _
cations to Mr. and Mrs, Cliff
ord Siyuja of Arizona on the
birth of a sen gth. The young
fv-i i txJunior,
The Supai Hews
Friday
Official Weather Report
High low Rain
Dec. 8 59 3?T 0
Dec. 9 55 35 ,01 rain
Dec. 10 52 37 .Cg "
Dec. 11 5R 28 Heavy frost
Dec. 12 55 27 0
Dec. 13 51 32 0
Dec. 14 53 30 0
Dec. 15 54 26 0
D'-c. 16 56 27 0
Dec. 17 58 30 0 mlc
Christmas Vacation
The Theodore Roosevelt Boarding
School at Ft. Apahce,Arizona will start
its vacation on December 24th and the
youngsters will go back to classes on
Jan. The F'oenix Indian School
will not have a Christmas vacation but
will get out early in the Springs. The
Stewart Indian School usually does the
same as the Phoenix Indian School. Be
cause it is so far home the Ft. Apache
children will stay up th-re. Mrs, La-
Vr-rne laNee, Advisor, plans to have a
Christmas party for the Supai boys end
girls. Peach Springs will be out to
day and so will the Grand Canyon schools
and they will not resume classes until
January 4th.
Pinon Pickers Back
Alva, Alice, Bert, Annabelle, Del
phi ne, Edith, Mack, and Roderick are all
back from the G-rand Canyon side of the
Canyon. There are not many nuts up that
way it is reported. Bert cpjne home with
a heavy black beard and we are thinking
cf putting powder on it and making a
Santa Claus out of him. Florence Mar
shall and Lilly Burro went out this
week t,n the Hualapai side to peik pinons
as there is a good crop over
Lemuel, T aye, Lucy, v amilton, Jorigine
Csca,r, end Frazier came home last Fri
day.
Sunai. A^iatsna

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