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THE NAVAJO TIMES
Page 10 Mm & ■-. Bp*Hfc, / VM I SARA HP HINA NEZ” ': K ]| r ®<w JP ”;™* F ' : ’"h “THOMPSON TSOISE” Loos Deadline With the expansion of con trolled-access freeways and In terstate roads throughout the na tion, the number of GI homes coming under condemnation pro ceedings is increasing, Wayne Sanders, Manager of Arizona VA Regional Office, noted today. When a veteran’s home is taken by condemnation or otherwise by a government agency for public use, the VA may restore the ve teran’s eligibility for a new GI loan if the did loan has been repaid in full. When entitlement is restored, the veterans will have until the maximum deadline date to com plete his new loan. Maximum deadline dates are July 25, 1967, for World War II veterans and January 31, 1975 for Korean Conflict veterans. Toget rid of hard water today 6v Z\ Thera’s no need to put up with that nasty old hard water. To en joy an unlimited supply of pure, filtered soft water, just remem ber those three little words: Call and say... ii IM GALLUP 110 East Coal Phaaw UN 3-4782 Sarvlwg McKinWy County and tha sosorvotlon. IN FARMINGTON 209 Vast Broadway Phono Davis 5—7763 Serving San Juan County and the Bn nervation. November 21, 1963 Navajo Students Get Riverside Awards Sarahphina Nez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billie Chee Nez, Steamboat T.P., Granada, Ariz ona, was given the award of “Student of Today” for the out standing Junior High School girl at Riverside Indian School, Ana darko, Oklahoma. The award was presented at a special all school assembly held at Riverside on Tuesday, November 12, 1963, by the Education Committee of the Anadarko Masonic Lodge. Sarahphina came to Riverside last year from the Kinlichee Boarding School, St. Michael's, Arizona. She has made a good re cord and has been on the honor roll since her second semester here. Her teacher reports; "She is very bright in her studies and listens and follows directions given to her... She has a nice personal ity.” This young Navajo Miss is president of the Hobby Club and secretary of her class. She is also a member of the Pep Club. Sarahphina's older sister, Elsie, a senior, is presently at tending Riverside. Alta Chee Nez, class of ’6O, is also her sister. Thompson Tsosie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cowboy Tsosie, Ship rock, New Mexico, was the re cipient of the “Student of Today” award given by the Education Com mittee of the Anadarko Masonic Lodge last Tuesday at an all school assembly of the Riverside Indian School. Thompson came to the River side school as a freshman, having One of our service products is this check . . . I FIRST STATE BANK W AT GALLUP * GaulitiyNew Mexico t» No* Payto THE - ORDER OF $ Dollars For ... i:io2 2«oib?i: Endorsed by Thousands ! And used by people who want and appreciate Convenience Economy Pennant Records Let the mailman do your errands with a handy checking account at your friendly bank Opei your Ckristaas Club Free Parking W & Nowl for g Third at Aztoc Gallap previously attended the Santa Fe Indian School which is now the Santa Fe Art Institute, a special training center for Indian artists. Since coming to Riverside, Thompson has found time not only to be a splendid student making honor grades, but also t.o engage in the many activities on the campus, church included. He is faithful in his attendance and in the performance of activities; in the Indian Capital Baptist Mission in Anadarko. This young Navajo, as a fresh man, joined the Y-Teens organiza tion, the Community Choir, and the Indian Club. He was elected the secretary of the freshman class. In March he was sent to the Royal Ambassadors’ Conference in Okla homa City. During the summer Thompson entered a contest held for creative artists in the fields of music, painting, and writing for Indian students, sponsored by Joey Mc- Carey, Manager of the Santa Fe Opera. He submitted a play, “Sorry for What I have Done,” and won a trophy. Also during the summer, Thompson plays with the Navajo Tribal Band. As a sophomore, Thompson finds himself quite busy, acad emically and socially. He repre sent s his class on the Student Council and is secretary of the sophomore class. He is presi dent of Kiowa Lodge, the largest dormitory on the campus. He is secretary-treasurer of the Indian Club and is a member of the An nual staff and the Community Choir. He belongs to the Leader ship Club and the Ivy League. He is continuing his faithfulness in his church activities and is presi snt of the Royal Ambassadors. DELICIOUS, AUTHENTIC MEXICAN . FOODS 111 < ALSO AMERICAN) IWfrfPROMPT SERVICE IKflnJaKal 0N ORDERS TO G 0 |O^^ERNAr^66Mr^OWNTOW^ALUJ^PHON^J^^76O AT THE HOPI AGENCV HQ TE AMS CAHTEiH. API, •/ ,m thi hiait ° f hon umd Lg m "KEAMS CANYON” ■ I MOTEL 1 M With Arfjacaat 1 S TRADING POST, CAFE, SERVICE STATION 1 I Reasonable Rates 1 He enjoys his work in Jour nalism and is the illustrator for the school paper, Smoke Dreams. This young man has his sights on college.