Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 5
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FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 5 Ban On Jobs For Foreign Students Hit By JOHN REDDICK . Citizen Staff Writer An Arizona constitutional provision preventing foreign stu- [here, said Guglielmo, with only about 1 percent of them flunking out. . ' X .; v And .they tend ,to be repfe'-' . the University of Arizona is re- ting advanced degrees. In ..the striding the flow both in quali- graduating class this 'month ty and quantity of such people there to Tucson. .. · dents, In expressing this opinion, pjj Hector Guglielmo, UA foreign 1 student adviser, said^that Tucson is 'the poorer for the problem. "We could attract a lot more and better foreign students if we could offer them jobs," explained Guglielmo. "Our foreign students can't even work as dish washers or sweep the floors because of the Arizona constitution." Part of 'the problem is that the foreign students wanting an education in the United States and short of funds shop around for the best prospects. "The better foreign student applies at several' schools," said Guglielmo. "And he goes to the one with the best deal. Arizona is one of the very few states with this restriction." It is not that there aren't openings and even needs for the services and abilities of the foreign students within the various departments in the form of research and teaching 'assistantships. Often such jobs go begging, said Guglielmo. As things stand now, the University of Arizona each year -gets about 5,000 inquiries from students abroad but only 200 of these come as new students. The total enrollment of foreign students here is 506. The foreign student is an enriching force both to the uiS- versity and to the community) Guglielmo noted. "One of the objectives of higher education is to give American students a better understanding of the world in general," he said. "Our American students get a better per- s p e c t i v e of world affairs through relationships with foreign students socially as well as academically.'" Many of the foreign students return home" after their educa tion here to become nationa . leaders, .Guglielmo said, anc this means that Tucson can have friends all over the world in positions of power. The 5,000 inquiries" are evidence that the . University of Arizona and Tucson have a reputation abroad as a good i place for education and for an j enjoyable entry to the United States, he said. One reason for this, he added, is the Families for International Friendship organization consisting of about 300 Tucson families who do tiieir best to give the foreign students a home away from home from the time they arrive at the airport. The foreign students do well will be 80 foreign . stu- including eight getting ( among a total of 110) Prisoners' Chips Go To Collectors CARSON CITY, Nev. (UPI)Authorities at Nevada State Prison recently closed the "bull pen," a gambling area that had been used by inmates for years. Now they're cashing in the chips. Warden Carl G. Hocker announced Tuesday a form of script would be substituted for the brass coins of various denominations which prisoners used in their various games of chance. Hocker s a i d t h e brass money" would b e . offered to coin collectors, and receipts from the sale would go into the Inmate recreation funds. Small, light-weight massage instrument designed especially for women. Exclusive suspended motor motion puts soothing, penetrating Swedish-type massage at your fingertips. Delightful for beauty'treatments and general massage. Ivory finish. $ | A ·» Model 237 SAVE-CO W A Y AT C ' A f C R O F T and '40 getting master's degrees. .' ' ;- . . · - . _ The people of"Ariz6na have a m e n d e d theif r constitution through a referendum^ to make it possible" both for the public school and the universities to hire foreign teachers. They Would do well to consider doing the sam'e for foreign students said Guglielmo. ANDY CAPP. Girl Killed By BulUt Intended For Mother RICHMOND, Calif. (UPI) "Poppa is trying to kill Momma," 18-year-old Sherry K. Gibson cried Thursday in a frantic telephone call to her uncle. Minutes later the teen-aged nurses' aide was dead, a single bullet wound in her back. Her father, Samuel L. Gibson, 43, was lying critically wounded near his daughter's body. Police said Gibson fired hi rifle at his wife, Lola, just as Sherry leaped in front of hei mother. The bulkt killed tht teen-ager outright. The mothei was not hurt. Gibson then turned the weapon on himself, police said. 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