Dr. Tully C Knoles 15 Jan 1953
Knoles Predicts More Prosperity For California Tully C. Knoles, thc president abid ar- He - OI tuS . , f *Â· i S=i i i ? Â· a h e a d inl Â° of I0cla v and said hp s,iÂ«/ mnm mar- age. a today and said he saw agricultural production, faster population increases and general prosperity for California. At a meeting in the Californian Hotel, Knoles told Fresno Ki- wams Club members and their wives he thinks Europe will profit more ir.clustria.lly this year through trade with the United . and added the "focus ! on on ' soviet Russia will with the *TM- '." }Y ost ?, rn Europe rather murder. who intended authorities There than in the Far East. ( Sees 'o Tax Cnl I see no reduction cither the proposed United States mediate mediate physical war with the USSR. "I do Americans in history f~,-^Â«,. . ..!_;_!_ ^, J . vided, must , . --- - " -- '.^f.J W.^yt4.11IOt forces which threaten a free world. Certainly the world is alarmingly so, and we concentrate intelligently not hysterically, on the forces and the power of the opposition whicn has caused this division Knoles said the rapid growth ot California's population will Â· . . Â· t t i _ ' i ii_ ct or in taxes," he said Â·'Neither as do I expect any change' from present psychological to an i t h . see a continuation of the greatest unification among crs Ameri ollowed. The state thp LUC -IJlL'lf , Â· , r--i'Â«.Â« j l j ji win story TM'' atn " en Â» nd declared this will of "a generation generation without the proper appreciation appreciation of art, literature or other phases of classical education. education. Cites School Crowding .Some of our children," as a d ' '' w which . . .' sentence San on slaying P. . he school next attended a in grammar L. school. The Jr.gh schools already are feeling the extra pinch in e n r o l m e n t from grammar schools. There are aVu-tn*. 1 n r^Ctrt 4 ---- 1 * ____ . Rev. Ronald K. Meredith, i .. v . lt about .15,000 teaching on emer- regency credentials and some cators are trying to recruit fled teaching personnel from d Midwest." . jmendation, He asserted the population gain also poses pressing prob- L ems m Wghway development but will take care of increased agricultural production. The educator, who has been chancelor of the Stockton college for the last six years and president for 27 years before that, said he believes agricultural prices may be lower this year unless the expected increases in industrial p r o d u c t i through. h i m is .eavmg the First Methodist depu-:^ nurch pulpit here for Wichita, " wa s eulogized at the ses- sion.