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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1957
Charter Group Wins Fifth City Election Phoenix voters by overwhelm ing majorities, elected a Mayor and six City Councilmen spon sored by the Charter Govern ment Committee. Elected Tues day 12 in the primary election to two-year terms starting Jan uary 1 were: Jack Williams, ra dio executive, Mayor; and the following Councilmen: V. A. Cor dova, attorney; Dr. Joseph Madi son Greer, physician and sur geon; David P. Jones, attorney; Mrs. Faith I. North, executive di rector, Maricopa Mental Health insurance firm executive; and Association; John B. Hialdiman, Dick Smith, Ariona Manager, Fox Theatres. Two present mem bers who did not seek re-elec tion were Clarence H. Shivers, retired oil company executive, and G. Wesley Johnson, certified public accountant. Both are ARRESTED IN VA. SEATING TEST ARLINGTON, Va. Five Ne groes and two whites were ar rested here last week and charg ed with refusing to observe seg regation in seating arrange ments at a political meeting in Swanson Junior High School. All wete released without bond pending hearing. Annual Charity Dance Presenting the FABULOUS and SENSATIONAL it *Jb ‘l %||k*« ■re* - ■- \ *V w c«KS ■r .-M ■KJM m m ■■ mu |b v aH’- IImL JmM Hf a m h|| 81 1 ' mmL- '■ m tfk 9 % Las . 3HBSu. \ # •• *• \ . **&? JD9S3i!H •.- -. •* '.JBMiih,. « : x' ■' • •» W SmSSsssl' an ’ f > "I, '/■W: "* • •'••’ v ♦ v - fl| ? -. ■ *aat -v FRANCES GRAY And Her RHYTHM QUEENS ELKS, CLUB, 1007 S. 7th Ave. Thurs. Nov. 28 THANKSGIVING DAY DANCING 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. DONATION SI.OO per person. completing their second two-year term on the Council. They will be succeeded on the Council by Haldimar* and Smith. The Charter Government Committee —a non-partisan group of business and commun ity leaders—organized in 1949 to promote the strong City Man ager-Council form of govern ment. Candidates sponsored by the committee have won every Council seat at each municipal election since 1949. This year’s ticket has pledged to continue the strong Council-Manager plan of government. For many years Phoenix experienced weak man agement during which time the Manager had no clear-cut au thority and the Council mem bers constantly dabbled in ad ministrative affairs. The City charter was amended in 1948 to effect a separation between the duties of the Manager and the legislative and policy - making funtions of the Council. The amendment required that a trained Manager be employed. Ray W. Wilson, then Assistant to the City Manager in Kansas City, was "appointed on January 3, 1950, and has held the posi tion since widen four Charter Councils. ARIZONA SUN Ii ' DEPORTED Hans Max Haupt, 63, was released from the Federal Correction Insti tution at Danbury, Conn., aft er serving 13 years of a life sentence imposed for allow ing his son, a convicted Nazi saboteur, to stay in his Chi cago home. Haupt was order ed to be deported by Pres. Eisenhower, who communted his sentence on that condi tion. Hauptis son, Herbert, was executed as a spy. . Young Demos Resolve On Segregation The strongest political state ment that has been propounded so far has come from the young men and women of the YOUNG DEMOCRATIC CLUBS OF >MERICA, generally known as t-he “Young Democrats,” in their recent national convention* at Reno, Nevada. Under the title: COMPLIANCE WITH THE SU PREME COURT DECISION ON SEGREGATION IN THE PUB LIC SCHOOLS, the YD’s passed the* following Whereas, it has been three years since the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a decision declaring seg regation in the public schools of America, to be unconstitu tional, and Whereas, a majority of public school authorities, pub lic officials, individuals and or ganizations have developed or derly methods for complying with the Supreme Court deci sion in contrast to the so called “massive r ” opposition of some cities and states, led by the White Citizens Councils, the Ku Klux Klan and other reaction ary groups in all areas of these United States; NOW THERE FORE BE IT RESOLVED, That the Young Democratic Cluhs of America commend, these public school authorities, public offi cials, individuals, and organiza tions who have devised, aided and supported these methods for compliance with hte deci sion of the Supreme Court de claring school segregation un constitutional; and BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Young Democratic Clubs of America recommend that those public school authorities, pub lic officials, individuals and or ganizations who, in defiance of the Supreme Court, have ob structured, circumvented and at tempted to defeat the orderly ® ne °* f^e roc^et M A * * 7 he'* worryin' I G^?°5 a Hfle 7 l BlSa ee *ltestCoinpaiiy I when '^ 9i * Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but I*m still worryin* about what I'm doin' where I am. Not any closer to figgerin’ it out, either. At least, nobody has to worry about protectin' real estate titles anymore. Maybe they do on Mars, but not in Arizona. Jist tell the broker to escrow your deal, with title insurance , at Arizona Title. ESCROWS - TITLE INSURANCE - TRUSTS f| * * HEAD OFFICE • 124 N. Ist Ave., PHOENIX . rgcRtSMT PAGE THREE compliance with that decision forthwith, cease and refrain from these tactics immediately and follow the outstanding ex ample set by those law abiding public school authorities, public officials, individuals, and orga nizations who have complied with the Supreme Court deci sion. BE IT FURTHER RESOLV ED, that in the event of such unlawful obstruction, the Young Democratic Clubs of America approve federal intervention as a necessary means of effectuat ing the laws of the land. The YD’s of Phoenix reported that as a delegation they voted for all of resolution that passed and against all of those that failed, to pass. Ten young people from Arizona made up the delegation, representing the state. NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW OPENS JAN. 1 The Arizona National Live stock Show, already one of the leading events of its kind in the country, shows promise of being even larger when it opens on January 1. Entries for the 1958 exposition to date are run ning well ahead of last year*® at this time. Show officials report that en tries have been received from 14 states, including Arizona, California, Oregon, New Mexico,- Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Wyom ing, Montana, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Nebraska and lowa. ' And the large number of in quiries from other states indi cates the list will grow even, longer. The show is scheduled Jan uary 1 through 4, at the Arizona State Fairgrounds. As .usual, it is open to the public without charge.