Once the Navajo code talker
project was declassified in the late 1960s, the code talkers
began to share details about their coding work and their experiences on the battlefield.
I'm not a good talker
, I'm a good fighter,' he said during the podcast.
Lazarowich, a documentary film producer, will be teaming up with director Cowboy Smithx to create a documentary short about Cree code talkers
as part of the National Screen Institute of Canada's Aboriginal Documentary Training Course.
He recalled in Code Talker
, a 2011 memoir written by Judy Avila, his family was reduced to subsistence farming and stretches of days when they had no food.
Vestcom's newest shelf-edge innovation is Snap-Talker
, which combines the price label, bib tag and shelf talker
all in one unit, saving time and money with fewer parts and less labor to hang, while allowing a SKU-specific message to draw attention and influence purchase behavior.
25 is an original take on the dystopian future.
Randi Rhodes is calling it quits, announcing she'll end her show on 5/16.
Under the eagle; Samuel Holiday, Navajo code talker
George Smith, a former Navajo code talker
who help the U.
creator of the Moshi Monsters brand, to produce under license a Moshi Monster Marshmallow Pop, Moshi Monster Talker
and Moshi Monster Candy Fan.
Utilizing Latex Impregnated and Jetlaser Translucent paper-based face materials, these new shelf marker and shelf talker
labelstocks for the Americas market offer superior on-the-job performance for on-the-shelf product information and advertising.
Phil," which became the most popular syndie talker
after Oprah Winfrey's exit, is down 3% year-to-year in same-day household ratings and by a bit more (5%-7%) in various older femme categories; it has maintained its year-ago average, though, in women 18-34.
Whenever a city needed to be mentioned, the Code Talker
would simply use common Comanche words and the receiver would write down the first letter of each word.
: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers
of WWII, by Chester Nez with Judith Schiess Avila, Berkley Books, 320 pages, $26.
Thomas Begay describes how, as a boy, he was awakened pre-dawn to herd sheep--he was living the traditional Navajo life and "Life was good"--until the day when government officials took him from his family and placed him in a notorious culture-killing boarding school.