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KIRTLAND CENTRAL High School of Kirtland,New Mexico, recently won the Class “B” State Championship.
First row, from left, Kent McKinney, Manager, Tim Hutchins #62, Rory Johnson #74, Wallace Kenneth #SO, Vernon Ben #33, Gilbert Begay #67, Tommy Harmon #2O, Harvey Dodge #65, Greg Schmitt #4B Mike Smith #24, Kim Bcckstead #ll, Tommy Warner #77, Clyde Smith #75, and Mike Maker, Manager. Second row, from left, Mike Perez #64, Tommy Ross #B3, Gerome Chase #Bl, Russell Thurman #BS, George Atcitty #l2, Ron nie Lee #66, Mark Flack #B2, Ronnie Dedrick #53, Terry Daniels #7B, Randy Erickson #BO, Bill Karlin #29, and Richard Palmer #3O. Third row, from left, Coach R. B, Priddy, Bobby Begay #23, Alroy Neskahi #47, Eugene Manus #46, Wayne Nez #B4, Mike Wood #sl, Johnny Harper #76, Russell Van Camp #79, Jim Owen #52, Richard O’Dell #34, Darwin Slade #lO, Gary Ray #22, Bobby Manus #35, and Coach W. A, Slade. Human Rights Day Program Today The Honorable Fred Bowanni, Governor of Zuni; Mr. Herbert Blatchford, Executive Director, Gallup Indian Community Center; Mr. Fred Houston, member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; and Mr. Manuel Tallez, Chairman GI Forum, will be the principal speakers at an observance of Hu man Rights Day to be held on Thursday, December 12 at 8 p.m., in the Merchants Bank Community Room, Gallup The public is cor dially invited to attend. The theme of the program will be "Human Rights—A Search for Personal Freedoms." Programs on this theme are being spon sored by members of the Baha’i World Faith in more than one thousand American communities. The speakers will present their views on the meaning of personal freedoms followed by an open dis cussion during which questions HARRY S. ALLEN AGENCY Home Business Insurance 208A W. Main FARMINGTON * BUTLER’S I Everything For The Office 203 W. COAL OALLUP If Reiadeer used gas I’D with \ (malco) Distributed By KENNEDY OIL 720 W. WARREN, GALLUP PHONES: 863-3191 863-5341 PO. BOX 1296 We, at GRUEN Portraits, invite you to visit our New Studio ot 406 West 66tfi Phone 863-6603. * may be asked. Mr. Gordon Laite, Gallup, will be chairman of the program. An "International Cof fee Hour" will follow the formal program. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights was adopted by the United Nations on December 10, 1948—just 15 years ago. It states in its preamble that "recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world." This is a basic principle of the Baha’i Faith and has been since its be ginning over 100 years ago. As an organization with accre dited observers at the United Na tions in the non-governmental section, and twice cited by the U.S. Committee for the U.N, for How Late? When a bass casts a wary eye toward the thermometer, take heed. He's worried not only about the approach of winter, but where his next meal is coming from. Fish until it freezes up, advise the authorities at Mercury out boards, if you live in the northern part of the country. Otherwise,- just keep on fishing. Contrary to many beliefs about bass hibernation, which affect men more than fish, good results will be found much later in the season tiian is generally held. Cooling waters affect bass habits, true ; but fish don’t stop feeding or shun the offerings of guys hardy enough to brave a slight chill in the air. If anything, cold waters i n>- prove fishing. Where you find one bass, you are likely in the vicinity of a school. And, for seme reason, lunkers show up more often than their p-n? -sized cousins. Cold west hei angling call ;, for slightly different tactic, tlia 3i Lidad * Oil .1 !l ■i! e definite! eg ■ in ».L ir ;■ ovt - men . n ‘ 1 ut toeir i ual /.ip to pa Mug iwc.' and loj lac , .. iMs is f ■ i me tc aor * mid.ls ’ Jcj. lit., instcati ui llk extreme top and hot ur areas. 1 ’ c underwater lures with dull fim -ms and always include solid blacks a mong your selection. Don’t stick too long with any one style if strikes don’t come; keep changing lures frequently until the right combination connects. Generally, say the Mercury people, this is fishing in slow mo tion. You often see fish follow a plug for some distance, entranced by its twitching, stop-and go pro gress. When one leisurely mouths it, the fight may be something less than spectacular. How late will they bite; When your outboard can't plow through the ice, it's time.’to forget bass un til spring's thaw. its efforts in furthering the prin ciples of the United Nations, the Baha'is feel that everyone has a vital stake in Human Rights Day. The Baha'i World Faith believes in the oneness of mankind and the fundarrv-nta oneness of religions. Briefly, clearly, interestingly, THE NAVAJOTIMES tells you what is going on on the Navajo reser vation and what it means. AVAILABLE NOW!...AW New Vol. 2 I m 7 Features the beautiful voices of RISE (|3S) \Ww/ wW/ STEVENS, BRIAN SULLIVAN and the CO- wW MBBK' LUMBUS BOYCHOIR with the Firestone I=l HHB Orchestra and Chorus ... 17 all-time favo rites . . . “Carol of the Bells”, '"Hallelujah Quality Comparable Chorus from the Messiah", “The 12 Days of to *3.98 and Christmas” and many others. —*4 98 A bum* DON’T MISS THIS OUTSTANDING OFFER ' ’ X .. . Nearly 1,000,000 copies of Vol. 1 were sold last year. 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" ÜbLIvA lION ylf w . ™ lu ,, THE NAVAJO TIMES December 12, 1963 Page 17 'Kuchina Doll’ Theme Os Santa Fe Calendar LOS ANGELES “The Ka ehina Doll” .—a colorful scene of an Indian with two of the unique dolls—is the title of Santa Fe Railway’s 1964 calendar. Repro duced from an original oil paint FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO Accessories for the Home priced from as little as one dollar and up .. . ing by the late E, L Coupe of Taos, the 1964 calendar is another in the series featuring south western Indians which dates back to 1914. Many people throughout the country have bfeen collectors of the calendar art, and pursue their hobby diligently. A few have com plete sets of the Indian illustra tions.