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112-2 B THE FIRE'S ARE VOU SURE THERE'S NO /MORE BOOZE T* THROW ON? NARYA »el.t } I IHI RlO<..not even | JIL A NORr * . / itM* W 12-3 ENGINES.' THEY'VE STOPPED! WE RE DRIFTING downstream/ Hle are.. 4GHT y THAT fcFALL. it ■— ——Jjm M I ( TRAGEDY.' DISASTER/ JIH > CATASTROPHE / f WE'RE GOING OVER THE FALLS.' ) V WE LL ALL BE KILLED/ 7/-Tr DECLARE, DEUCES.. !: YOU DO COME UNGLUED, 111® i *BH l^-sl LOOK. WHAT r 7 WONDERFUL/ FOUND/ DEUCES.. ( HOW WILL THAT AN OLD CANNON.. / PREVENT OUR < LOADED AN' J GOING OVER th. FU.! DOT STAND BACK, EVER'BODV. I'M GONNA LIGHT THE FUSE.' /... 12-7 s/ths CANNON \ ITS POINTIN' ) J V AT THE DECK.' < * ] ( TAKE COVER' J M *4o*±»'».'*m , o'Mb • ’ r JWbc't «4 » «. . % * cggr^* V' W , BUT MV BOAT/ SHE'LL BE SMASHED.. RUINED.. DESTROYED IN THE FALL/ 6iIJ^ H 'HLH.,US X ■ Bft PASSENGERS m AMSHT GET SOMEWHAT T* DESTROYED -f - J j_A OURSELVES. I EuLh^U this S NO TIME FOR OUfTTIN'.. LATER/ A\Eoß£, BUT Ri®WT NOW IT'S TIME FOR TRyIN'. 1 I STAN I V~ /tryins what?', I iVNIE \ 1 ; lmi ' r MltJk w WE COULD SET SR OFF.. SOMEBODY ASHORE WIGHT HEAR 1... v . *; h . i> ... glpgp^ ‘rasr L r~/ '4mm |- ,p; ltobel MV BEAUTIFUL. RIVERBOAT.. A TOTAL LOSS! I MUST DO SOMETHIN^/ STAN -■%£' LYKB2I p -q WE CANT STOP THE BOAT AND WE CANT SWIM TO SHORE.. THERE'S NOTHING LEFT TO TRY/ |—. STAN | I lvniz I' /X I — l V V \ f= ' niVY’LI lini!lMifJJiiimnjJ l!|;j)||||^ ' SHE'S \ WHO CARES? 'CsJHnP SINKIN’/ / 'RASHES STOPPED/ BUY MY BOAT? ONLY 6100.. 650? 610? CSHTS? ..IF NOTHING ELSE, WE'LL AT LEAST GO ) V . mn< *ME / I ft AH DON'T S'POSE VOU ft COULD UNLISHT IT ft COULD'JA? Page 17 THE NAVAJO TIMES WELL, r DECLARE/ THE OLD GIRL DONE PASSED jjf our/ yyr" ..BUT BEFORE I JES GIVE UR ILL EVSN TRV flyin'/ December 5, 1963 Navajo Youth (Continued from Page 3) Honorable Raymond Nakai, Chairman Navajo Tribal Council Window Rock, Arizona Topic: “Education - The Key to a Career in Navajoland” Address: Mr. Charles E. Minton, Exe cutive Secretary New Mexico Commission on Indian Affairs Santa Fe, New Mexico Topic: ‘‘lmproving Self-Total Image of Navajo Y euth” Friday, December 6 Breakfast, 7;UO A.M. General Assembly, S:3O A.M. Address: Mr. Leonard DeLayo Superintendent of Public In struction State Department of Education Santa Fe, New Mexico Topic: “Education Beyond High School - An Overview” (■roup Sessions, 9:15 A.M. Coffee Break 10:15 A.M. Group Sessions, 10:30 A.M. Lunch, 12:00 Noon General Assembly, 1:00 P.M., Chairman. Navajo Youth Oratorical Tour nament. Address: Mr. JohnO. Crow, Depute Com missioner Bureau of Indian Affairs Department of the Interior Washington, D. C. Topic: “You Are the Architect of Your Own Future” Coffee Break, 2:30 P.M. Group Sessions,2:so-4:30 P.M. Banquet (Dinner), 6:00 P.M. Election of Officers (Navajo Youth Council) Address: Mr. Thomas H. Dodge, Super intendent Osage Indian Agency Bureau of Indian Affairs Pawhuska, Oklahoma Topic: “Navajo Youth - Their Res ponsibilities” There will be an informal dance after the banquet in the audirorium. Live band. Dance to end at 12:30 A.M. Saturday, December 7 Breakfast, 7:00 A.M. Group Sessions, 3:30 A.M. Coffee Break, 10:20 A.M. General Assembly, 10:40 A.M. Address: Mr. Fredrick llaverland, Area Director Gallup Area Office Bureau of Indian Affairs Gallup, New Mexico Topic: “Around the Bend in Navajo Education* Navajo Youth Oratorical Tour nament. Lunch, 12:00 Noon. Group Reports, 1:00 P.M. Presentation of Awards: Navajo Y outh Oratorical Tournament. Closing Remarks: Workshop Topics I. Preparatory to Post-High School Training. 11. Dropouts. 111. Vocational and Technical Training. IV. College and University Ed ucation. V. Improving Self-Image of Na vajo Youth. Personal Mention Miss Louise Todac heenie, daughter of Martha Todacheenie of Sheepsprings, New Mexico, has announced her marriage to Wilbur T. Jymm of Twin Lakes, N. M. Wilbur Jymm is the son of Marie Jymm who is also of Twin Lakes. Marriage vows will be exchanged at 10:30 A.M. November 28, 1963 at the Catholic Indian Center in Gallup, New Mexicd.