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Page 17 text:
They Led 0ur
TOP QUALITY in leadership at Central
was evident with Student Body Presi-
dent Bob Smelick at the helm. Out-
standing also were Bonnie Anderson,
treasurer, Bev Heflin, secretary, and
Dave Burns, vice president. BELOW:
Executive Committee members are
lseatedl Anderson, Jo Mabb, Peg
Vanderhoft, Princess Humphrey, Carol
Sullivan. STANDING: B. Heflin, Sme-
lick, Griffith, Burns, Weiss, Sankey.
LEADERS in student government at Central made an student protects the citizenship displayed and high
enviable record for the school year l959 l96O ln ts scholastic standards are tributes to the quality of its
third year, Central took on the mature appearance of a leaders Here the Executive Committee considers a meas
much older school, the wholehearted support given t ure for the e1rly improvenrent of assembly programming
Page 16 text:
SENATE SESSION: While Jim Walker introduces a
motion, Senate members pay close attention. Lower left:
Bob Smelick brings up a point of law in a sub-committee
meeting. Other legislators are Moody, Waters, Blanchard,
Ramenofsky, Boyd, Griffith, Spector, Ramras. Right: A
Freedom of parliamentary procedure high
lighted Central High School's Student Senate
this year. Under this novel system, any senator
may introduce a bill directly onto the floor.
This was a forward step, members agreed, for
in the past, a bill could be offered only by
committee procedure, and meant long delays.
lighter moment in Senate business was this scramble for
office titles. Funsters include tstandingl Carpenter, Weiss,
Kelly, Burns, Hefling seated, Armour, Newmark, Bate,
Bob Kelly, Gus Blanchard, Murphy, Gold, and Pardee
who compare notes and "titles" suitable for real senators.
Another important advancement was the
new system by which the general student body
could be informed of Senate action. Liaisons,
or representatives, were to be elected from
each English class. They would then be in-
formed of Senate accomplishments to be re-
ported directly to the class each represented.
Page 18 text:
PROTECT your cards with
Alliance plastics! The boys
made a good thing of this
project. Officers watching op-
eration are Phil Blende, presi-
dent, Jerry Telfer, secretary,
Bob Storrs, vice pres., Mr.
Lange, Dan Reynolds, treas.
Rely On The Alliance
Student control--by students. That was a
plan successfully followed this year at Central.
Only with the co-operation of groups such as
Boys' Alliance could Central's sprawling cam-
pus be kept under control for the betterment
of all students. Other interests of the Alliance
included the Stardust Ball, initiation of an
Attendance Trophy at the basketball games.
BOYS' ALLIANCE Executive Committee included Mr.
Groundwork was laid, also, for a statewide
association of boys' federations. lf the plan is
finally activated, the association proposes to
examine and improve the goals of Boys'
Alliance groups throughout Arizona. High
light, perhaps, was the presentation to the
student body of a Queen Trophy on which
Alliance queens' names are to be enscribed.
Jerry Telfer, Mike Rhodes and isfandingl Dan Reynolds
and Phil Blende, Alliance included l,O00 C.H.S. boys.
Lange, sponsor, Ken Weiss, Dave Levitas, Bob Storrs,
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