Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1963 · Page 38
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 38

Long Beach, California
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Friday, April 5, 1963
Page 38
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KNOTTY PROBLEM Pat Hartnett and Al Strickland portray final dramatic scene in "Angel Street," Jordan High Drama Department production which will be presented at 8 o'clock t o n i g h t and Saturday. OIV CAMPUS Jordan Senior Wins Industrial Arts Award Jordan senior Alan Wcller corresponding secretary, and' h« received a scholarship of Andrea Stimpe, treasurer, more than $400 from the Cali-1 4I , . tl , fomia Industrial Education 1 mmme Houncc Association for outstanding' Th* Emperors will play to( vrork in industrial arts. [night at the Jordan Hi-Teen Weller won the honor evergreen's ~Bunnie Bounce' students from high schools dance, throughout Southern Califor-j p os , er Wf rg CLUL 1 He plans to attend Long' Tfcre * Millikan students, Lin- Beach State College and study ldaJ1Wo!ford - Richard Meleher to become an industrial arts^*"" 1 Gretchcn Kruyer. were teacher. |winnerj in a recent citywide t . , ,, , , ... traffic poster contest. Hrarh acholar Unit ... .. _ . ,,, . Chril Sulzer a spring set . lel " 1 rip Mated mester president of the Mil- Millikan N a t i o n a l Honor likan California Scholarship Society and California Schol- Federation. His assistants are arship Federation m e m b e r s Loring Wmthrop. vice presi-wifl take a field trip to the dent; Jinis Ferguson, record-'Museum of Science and Ining secretary, M a r y Kohn. dustry at Exposition Park. DlSC'iission Another Hit for Brenda By TED PLONAS Two big names among today's female recording stars have both come out with brand new records which have enormous potential. "Losin' You"* will no doubt fall into Brenda Lee's monotonous but profitable pattern of hit after hit. More exciting is the new Jackie DeShannoa vocal cf "Needles and Pins." It promises to be her big- pest to date and is certainly her best effort yet. J o h n n y Cymbars "Mr. Bass Man" has been out kmg enough to be completely forgotten by now, but it is finally starting to break locally as it has across most of the nation. It's a great tune ar.d will inevitably prove big. Just off the presses is a brand new Freddy Can"* non waxing. *· There is possibility that either side could catch on fire but "Patty Baby- may have a slight edge over "Betty Jean" on this neius . n ew double- barreled threat. The appropriate season is near, so at least it isn't completely ridiculous for a tune titled "Peter Cotton Tail" to be set before unsuspecting record buyers. Actually, this discing by a group called the Taffies is pretty good musically -especially since it follows the style of the Blue Jeans "Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah." But as for the lyrical quality well to quote C h u b b y Checker on the Limbo rec ord, "How low can you go?" · · * * IF JAZZ is your prefer ence I am sure you'll go for Jimmy Smith's lates Blue Note LP in a big way TttN T£MPO PEKPLEXED, BUT PLEASANTLY Poly senior Tom Sykes tries to decide whether to accompany Linda Rhodes (left) or Sandy Ovard to Girls* League Backwards Dance tonight School to Participate in Fete at Lakcwood Elk Merit Awards Won al Millikan By KAREN SUITS Archie Perrin and Sharon Johnsoa of Miffikln are the HIGH VIEWS ' " Power of Student Government ·\: Lake wood High will join'Lake wood. Millikan and May- the City of Lakewood in cele-jfair Highs, brating the 20th annual Pan' A nag exchange, which will American Week Festivities u* e p, ace m Ukewocrfs'^^of'E^aub me* hanonns the Latin American ^tjjjtj,. f ield _ ^m in C ] UI j e a'awards. These are offered as countries which win be held number of musical selections'recognition for . outstanding the week of April IS through'piaye,} by the Lancer band.l al *~ aroun1 kigh school per- Outstanding event of the!. ' W _ e e ° S * I Three other Miffikaa stu- festrval is the Pan American', 1 * 111 m Saturday afternoon, dents Georgia Piday. Judy parade to be held on Sunday,!April 20. [Strum, and Mike Mohan, will April 21. This event, whichj is televised, consists of a S I T pi K f l ' on ' or '^ e Bougess-White number of floats, the grand SCIlOiar l-luns iintercultural relations award. marshalFs car, the Pan Amer- Recognition for outstandingj Jane McLennan is a nomi ican Hostess, who is Sandra Wilson scholars is the goal nee for the PanheUenic award, Davies from Lakewood, and|of the new 4.0 and 700 duhsjwhich is a scholarship to Long runners-up, and a corps of at the schooL To qualify forJBeach State College, while motorcycle policemen. la 4.0 membership, a student Optimist Gub Award nomi- · * * · [must make straight A's in nee is Russ Franco. ONE EVENT in which Lake-:one semester. A score of 700J Sue Roy and Russ Franco wood will enter is the Span- or higher on a college board^are nominees for stewardess ish speaking contest. Compe-'exaraination is required forand aeronautical engineering tition will be heM between 700 dub membership.' 'scholarships, respectively. - By DAVE LYON Editor-in-Chief, Teen Tempo Student governments of high schools are given charge* over varied activities. la all cases, they are only giverft powers delegated to them by the principal of the high. schooL Mffliaa High School student* ten how much" authority they thfaic should be trusted to student govern- '* ments and in what manner it should be used. . "Student Council should act as a link between the student body and the administration, and it should have control over most student body activities," exclaims MiMcan Student Body President Mike Hoff ert. He adds, "Because it is a group elected by the students. Student Council is aware cf students* opinions." · " " Leslie Jacobson, past Student Body President, opines, "Members of student government often do not grasp both sides of the two-fold purpose of a government class. It is not only to give the student body a voice ia school activities, but to serve as sn educational experience to the class itself through government on a small- scale. This practical experience in government should in-1 dude not only exerting authority, but accepting the re^; sponsibility which should go with it, which student- government members often are not required to da" After-game and forma! dances, homecoming, athletic events, and the "Okaying" of budgets and on-campus activities are functions which Stevi Pereau, a senior senator, describes as being "the major projects" of stu-, dent government. "Student government." she asserts, "is 1 capable and willing to organize, plan and cooperate to handle 'these tasks. Without the organizing by student government, few extracurricular activities would occur." However, Stevi claims student governments presently. have sufficient power over school activities and she sees no reason for giving them more or less power than they . now possess. .',' * * * JOHN SHANNON, one of the junior senators, says that student government should have authority over aQ activities that are school sponsored, but he believes that such authority should be regulated by the administration. Although he thinks that it should have broad powers, Joa states, "I do not feel that student government should regulate all school finances." Junior Senator Karen Shaffer declares. "Student body officers should help plan the budget and decide for what student body money wfll be used." She suggests student . government should also be responsible for homecoming, dances, elections, and assemblies. Karen also comments," "I came from an eastern school where little or no authority ·' was given to the student counciL The result was a high- · school with very little spirit. Therefore, I am in favor of ,a student government that does have some authority." Ramhi Student Body Recording Secretary Pat Love-'* lace; notes, "Student Council is an elected organization" which represents the thoughts, attitudes, and feelings of the whole school: Therefore," she concludes. "I feel that the Student Council should have some authority ovcr^, school activities and be concerned with contributing new · · ideas to the administration for the betterment of the--;" school and its pupils." FOR UNUSUAL EASTER VALUES! Toys £/- Me Tiny Tot/ 2-PIECE HOLIDAY OUTFITS M array of idciii'e styles for your baby g'-rl cr boy. Sizes 9 met.- IS max.. Afbtsdeof ^f THAT FINAL TOUCH FOR EASTERJf- 99 MEN'S SHORT-SLEEVE WHITE DRESS SHIRTS In three smart collar styles -- grip tab, button down a-.d traditional spread. SPORT SHIRTS FOR SPRING. A hit wit* any A CQ run! Shcrt 1'ervti. In tolerful fabrict by B.-rfrgtcr, | W J Priced right at... 1 T tv Wiiiii', jomeri" and tt1 titi. too! 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