Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 3
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, October 27, 1950
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·Mrs/ Christina' A. Bloom- Standards Of \ Schools Eyed By Mrs. Bloom Mrs. Christina A. Bloom, candidate to succeed herself as a men^ ber of -the Amphitheater ' school board in tomorrow's school election, stated- today that the real questions before the voters Is approval or disapproval. of. a polic of steadily advancing education standards., Mrs. Bloom's statemen follows: ' "The board erection is quite di tlnct from the 'bond' election, don't think many people are con fused about that. I favor the.bon Issue, but 'the people who represen the most thoughtful and influentiE opposition to It signed my petitlo and volunteered their full suppor in the board electipn : tomorrow The question of the bond issue wi be decided by a,ll of the people o Nov. IS. - 'Kcnl Question' i "The real question before th voters this Saturday is approval _ disapproval of the policy of-steadil advancing educational staridarc which we have pursued during th last five years. It.'is the^pollc which .three years ago won u recognition by the North Centra association. It Is the policy whicl has brought many new homes int our community.' "It has madV us able to attrac and hold a fine teaching staff. But above all, H has shown its worth In the." fact that our elcmentarj schools are now recognized a .among tie finest In the state; and In the, fact, that a steadily Increas ing percentage of our students are preparing themselves for advancec education. Last year more than 45 per cent of our graduating class of 1930 went on to college. "Getting your dollar's worth-is vital Jn; maintaining educations, standards.; It has been our constant concern. Investigation of our operating costs by both local and state groups has.brought favorable comments and favqrable comparisons with the costs of other school systems.^The Arizona Tax Research association repor.ted that in 1949 our per capita cost in the high school was the ..lowest found in the 20 largest high-schools' of the state. FavorableI Comparison : "Our costs on new construction have also found favorable comparison. By careful advance planning, which took into consideration the needs of the whole district, and by sound financing we have been able to float, ;bonds and award contracts at favorable times.''As a result we have paid two to five thousand less per classroom than was paid for any comparable facilities erected in this area. We have also avoided double sessions even though our school population has doubled ; In the last five, years. "The: indications are that the business men who know how our money is spent, the property own- School Vote Polls Open 4t TO A.M. Tomorrow Polls will be open from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. tomorrow" as'voters ballot on school board candidates. The Tucson '(district No. 1) school board' election: will be held In the Safford junior high school, the Amphitheater election In the Amphitheater high school auditorium, and the' Sunnyside election in the home management^ house which can be v reached only' by the entrance from the Nogales highway. Any 'registered voter, who' has resided in the school district for at least 30 days immediately preceding the election, Is eligible to cast a ballot. Two New Cotton, Strains Revealed VISALJA, Calif., Oct. 27. (UP)-Two new seed strains designed t mprove the quality of cotto' grown In California were an nounced yesterday by George Har "Ison of the U. S. agricultural ex )erlment'station-;at ; Shatter. At .the annual one-day cotton de- jartmerit-'conference of the stat arm bureau-federation, Harrison iredlcted the seeds, labeled W. R ^ancl W.'R.'2916,Vwould be readj or-distribution. tp,-growers by He s"aid they are expected to'pro lde : better varieties of cotton, par icularly in wilt-resistance, than the famous Acala 4-42. .'· ' . In . other,' developments,. S. R Gohmert, supervisor of the agricul tural '-'departments:; cotton; classing station "at Bakersfield; reported tha the current crop is..slightly lower in grade/but longer in staple than last year's- crop. . Norman McLaughlin of the agri cultural labor bureau predicted a shortage. ; of pickers':next year as result of increased production. .Earlier, Julius JDeubner, secre tary of the cotton department" at least 1,000,000 ~acres-'of cotton would-be planted in 1951. Phoenix To Be Host To Fall Mission Conclave DOTJGtAS, Oct. 27.'.'Off)--The fall conference of the Arizona .mission district of the Wisconsin Lutheran synod .will be held at the Resurrection- Lutheran church Sn Phoenix. · . ' That, was decided.during a three- day meeting here. of, pastors from" he .district which Includes .Arizona and California. The date .of he fall.:. meeting was- not announced. . ' ' ' . ' · · ' irs who want the protection-'of .a ;ood school system and the "parents vho know whether or not-their hildren are having a fruitful-and appy educational' experience will urn in a'strong vote of. confi-l ence,". . . · · · ' . ' · · Dr. Delbert L. Secrist 40,000 Deer Hunters Take To Woods Today PHOENIX, Oct. 27. (UB--A good percentage of the state's estimated 40,000 deer hunters took to the woods" today in hopes' of bagging some extra meat. The general deer season opened at, dawn this- morning in areas north of the Gila. river for whitetail and mule deer. The season for desert, mule 'deer 'in -southwestern Arizona .will be Nov. 9 to 12.^ The general hunting season will,' close, on Nov. 12, too. There will )e two controlled hunts running' concurrently with the .general sea- 1 son. They are in Pima county's] 3aboquivai'i mountains and in the Bill Williams game management unit south of Williams. Dr. Secrist Fights School Dust Dr. Delbert L. Secrist, appointed in May to fill the unexpired term of Peter E. Howell orfthe Tucson school board. Is a candidate to succeed himeslfrin tomorrow's school election. Dr: Secrist has-urged-that the' city and school board help eliminate dust by making parks and recreation centers out of school grounds. He says this can be accoro- plished by the city furnishing cheaper ..water for school grounds as it is not the cost of planting but that of maintenance that is, prohibitive, Dr. Secrist, who la a local physician, pointed out that many Tucson doctors are placing the^prevalence of valley fever here on the dust situation. A resident of Tucson since 1938, Dr. Secrist has three children, two of them in elementary schools. He was a veteran of World War H. He was graduated from Kiski preparatory school, Saltsburg, Pa., and from Washington ' Jefferson college, Washington, Pa., where he was an All-America football right end under Coach Andy Kerr. Dr. Secrist was assistant football coach to Glen Thistlethwaite at the University of and 1931 and Wisconsin served, as coach in the school of physical education under Guy Lowman. ·He was graduated from the University of Wisconsin medical school in 1934 and from the University of Pensylvania. post-graduatX-medical school In 1936. While at Pennsyl vania; he scouted football, games'for Pop Warner, then coach at Temple university in Philadelphia. i Howell .was forced to resign from the school board due to 111 health. The Peter E. Howell elementary school was named in recognition of his many years of .service on the board. TaOis Begin On War Help For Malayans CONDON, Oct. 27.. OT -- Anglo- American -talks begin,here tomorrow on a British plea-for American military help to beat Comrau- nlst-led guerrillas in Malaya. , Britain asked the United States last April for an initial Installment of about $5,000,000 worth of military goods which her · embattled forces in Malaya need. Srtlg QTffluii Frldiy tvinlnp, Ort. J7, 1MO Japanese Suspend Ten Communist Publications TOKYO, Oct. 27. OJIB--The Jap-' anese government suspended 10 Communist publications in Tokyo today after raiding their offices. The party's main organ, Akahata, was dosed down by Gen. Douglas MacArthur right after the Korean war-began. Wholesale Food Index Heading Upward ^gamll NEW YORK, Oct. 27. (ff)--TheJ Dun Bradstreet wholesale food|| index this week turned upward for the, first'^tlme in .slx.Wieeks, rising to $6.50 from $6.4S a week ago. 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