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THE NAVAJO TIMES )ecember 19, 1963 ''Jaß&fsßß *S v jKk P r . *^L RONALD LANDBLOOM, at op sci ence student at Window Rock High School, will be the recepient upon graduation of the Bausch and Lomb •"honorary science award medal, ac cording to Principal George Burns. The award winners are eligible to compete for a science scholarship sponsored by Bausch and Lomb, Inc., at the University of Rochester, Rochester, New York. ON THE AIR im KW Y K L ISTEN TO YOUR NAVAJO HOURS 4 A.M. to 6 A.M. —snssr — NAVAJO HOUR FROM 4-6 :00 A.M. 1390 (ON YOUR DIAL) ON NAVAJO HOUR . . . kLIAN KING AND FRED JOHNSON FARMINGTON, N.M. AZTEC gADio KHAP 1340 K.C. YOUR NAVAJO HOUR 5:00 AM. to 6:OOPM. WithCLARENCETSOSIE > KCLS DIAL - 600 FLAGSTAFF Navajo Hour Each Morning at Son 'P|fc , Merry Christmas Jl Happy New Year M \ St \ Navajo Tribe % Ip| THE HENRY HILUiON CO. 1 WHOLESAL E DEALER & DISTRI BUTOR 1 Pfgg P.O. Box 828 609-627 Broadway NE. 1 v Albuquerque, New Mexico 1 — +i M * j|j|l si ”^ i ' 1 v' i 3BL . kjHV nnL^^HHHH NEW Tl A CITY BOARDING SCHOOL OFFICERS. Left to right Howard Begay, esident, Rose Daki, Vice-President, Frankie Johnson, Secre tary ant lsie Tucker, Treasurer. Tuba City School Elect! Officers Stuc nts of the Tuba City Boardin School voted in Novem ber to ( ct their officers for the 1963-19 school year. The cast ing of b£ ots on Saturday culmin ated atv weeks election campaign by the c didates, their mrnagers and com ittees. The mpaign was a spirited and hotl contested one complete with spt :hes, posters, and elec tioneer!: . Posters suddenly ap peared i walls, bulletin boards and dooi in behalf of the nomi nees. In rest ran high among the students rom the six year old be ginner t the sophisticated fourth grader, or several days before Saturday he topic of the hour was the cam) lign and the candidates. The e action of student officers was used to the fullest extent as a teaching situation by school per sonnel. iuidance and academic classes jased on the precepts, principle ; and mechanics involved were con lucted along with instruc tions in iow to vote for all stu dents. Ballots were printed, voting booths wt re set up in each dormi tory and election officials were designated to achieve maximum benefits from the election for stu dent training. Instruction classes proved highly effective as evi denced by fewer than twelve bal lots being invalidated out of some six hundred cast. Voting was done privately in booths and the ballots were deposited in specially pre pared boxes decorated with the school colors of red and white. The races for President, Vice- President, Secretary, and Treas urer were very close with the out come in doubt until the last bal lots were counted. No more than a dozen votes separated the top con tenders for the four offices. The duly elected and installed officers of the student body of the Tuba City Boarding School for the 1963-1964'school are: President: Howard Chee Begay; Vice-Presi dent: Rosie D ohi; Secretary: Frankie Johnson; Treasurer: El sie Tucker. Stlf Service LAUNDROMAT Corner of Third G Aztec Gallup, New Mexico cmsnus bhki We've got a tremendous Selection of Holiday Beauties for you to look over . . . ... Gome in get a Santa Deal on a ’64 Chevrolet. SEE YOUR CHEVROLET SALESMAN NOW! Navajo Motors, Inc. CHEVROLET PONTIAC CADILLAC ; 116 E. 66 AVE. USED CAR LOT ON COAL AVE. •. ■ V. ■. . . * * i * ' ' >■ 9 ' ' •- * Ruth Werner In Who’s Who The current “Who’s Who in American Women” carries the name of Ruth E. Werner, long associated with Navajo education. Miss Werner, who is Academic Head at Shiprock Boarding School, is the originator of the Aura-Oral English Program as a new ap from us to Best wishes *" of J^ ou A Merry Christmas W and Happy New Year .~. *••• • ... •• •• | :;g :, :--.:.xx. <S:; : ; B.F. Goodrich GALLUP 00 ' I proach to teaching English as a second language, * For several years she has conducted a pilot school in Shiprock, has helped or ganize other such schools, and is the recognized authority on the subject. Many Navajo pupils have learned English more easily be cause of Miss Werner's efforts, and will be glad to know that she is honored by inclusion in the book.