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0 WEEK « Jjfey^K YY *>. // jfiKHiggl Artzgg^^^tbung is/ year, No. i£ Loyal Buddies i k’f> 77*e LOYAL BUDDIES presented their sixth annual fashion show and stage revue at the Masonic Temple on Nov . 14. Members in- clude: Shirley Brown, Jean and S.L. Carr, Arvella Bledsoe, Flan der Crowley, Billie and George Green, Mary Howard, Helen and Evans Gets N„ Y„ Parole Post Herbert B. Evans, assistant counsel to Governor Averell Har riman was named $17,400-a year parole commissioner and became the first Negro to hold the post. Evans, 38, will fill the unexpired term of former commissioner Lee B, Mailler, who resigned because of ill health. 921 *°N auustf •ZTJ7 ‘xitiaona ar/d S9/XSOd°S°n j axvusnns I Dornel Nelson, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nelson, 3317 E. Jones St., is completing his senior year at South Mountain High School. Fleet footed ami husky, this 175 pounder leads the Rebel foot ball team in rushing and scoring. ~ He is an all around sportsman, participating in basketball, swimming, and track. Dornel was one of the can didates for the homecoming pro-,, gram at SMHS. He rates a favorite with the students and his easy going manner wins friends and fans alike. He would like to attend Ari zona State University and major in engineering. Dornel says he has been offered scholarships by several other schools than ASU. Carrying a full load and main taining high scholastic averages with his crowded schedules is not an easy task. He usually arrives home after dark following long practices on the field. He loves the game and hopes to continue William Miller, Jean Barnes, Mar tha Johnson, Earline and Bunyon Mpore, Lena and Walter Risby, and Jane Washington. Girl Signs N. Y. Opera Contract A former Xavier University student, Debria Brown, mezzo soprano, became the first Negro from New Orleans to sign a contract with the New York City Opera Company and is scheduled *• to appear in a major role in the company’s first production of Bizet’s CARMEN. his career in the University Dornel doesn’t have much time for movies or parties. He just likes to listen to music and relax after a hard day. His favorite subjects are math ematics and public speaking. He belongs to the Letterman’s Club arSMHS. Young Nelson was selected as the Boy of the Month and his story appeared in the Teen Tat tle section of the Gazette. THANKSGIVING PRAYER . . * Let us in our homes and places of worship, give due ex pression of our thanks for the blessings which have signalized our lot as a nation, and...ask for guidance in our striving for a better world for all men. Excerpt from Pres. Eisen hower's Proclamation. Pictorial Weekly Friday , November 21, 1958 - 10 Cents Goldwater Is Scheduled For TV WASHINGTON—Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona will be the * featured guest of CBS’s weekly interview show,‘Face the Nation’, on Sunday, November 23. The program will be heard in Arizona onKOOL-TV(Channel 10) Phoenix, at 3:30 p.m. Senator Goldwater follows Sen ator John Kennedy of Massachu setts on the program. Last week Senator Kennedy, fresh from vic tory in the Bay State’s general election, was optimistic about the organization of the Congress un der strong Democratic major ities. Senator Goldwater maybe asked about the future of the Republican party. He has been described as the emerging leader of the conservative wing. Senator Goldwater returned to Washington this week for hear ings of the McClellan Committee. This followed a brief fishing trip after his victory over former Majority Leader Ernest McFar land in the Arizona election. Following the ’Face the Nation’ telecast, Senator Goldwater will return to his Arizona home and then fly to Mexico City to be present at the inauguration of the new President of Mexico. Firemen Want No Vote Firemen and the ladies’ aux iliary feel the wage increase is necessary due to the high cost of living. Firemen spend much of their time maintaining equipment and performing inspection and survey services. The job is often dan gerous and a fireman is con sidered a poor insurance risk. They have protected the lives and property of the community. Now they want the community to support them on Nov. 25. C ommitteemen Are Notified State Rep. Carl Sims, Joseph Ralston, Edward Zamora, Dennis Gleason and Edward Banks, re ceived letters from Democratic county chairman Charles Hardy quoting by-laws and accepting their resignations. These five supported Republi can candidates in the recent elec tion. Three of the precinct com mitteemen plan to resist being ousted from the Maricopa Demo cratic Central Committee. Gleason’s car carried a sign for James Hart, Republican can didate for supervisor. Zamora appeared on a television program supporting Goldwater, Sims made a public statement in favor of Goldwater. Ralston permitted the use of his name in a 'Law yers for Goldwater’ advertise ment, and Banks, publisher of the Arizona Tribune, wrote-editor ials favoring Senator Goldwater. Students Celebrate ASU Tag sjßßt. It i wtilllPP' * i * jit/ i Hjp>V SB : .1" jr | f Mr. and Mrs. Leon Burton hosted more than 20 guests at the home of Mr . Charles Kendricks , 2330 E. Woods Street on Satur- day night, November 15 to cele brate the new name Arizona State University. Football players re laxed for the first idle weekend of the season. Guests included: A1 Carr, Sandra Clarke, Lottie Tribune Carrier Willie Smith, Jr. , !861jfl| Atlanta, son of Rev. and William P. Smith is an etfcttth grader at the Percy Julian School. J This 13 year old carrier likes to * play baseball and he enjoys swim- j mlng at the YMCA. Phoenix , Arizona Butts, George Greathouse, Dotty Wiley, Lily Wilson, Bob Rembert, Ed Ellis, Billy Pryor, Jim New man, Burton Rifkind, Pat and John nie Chapman.