Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 8
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 8

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, February 1, 1973
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PAGE 8 ilr C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 County fairs *·· funding bill is advanced Citittfl Phoenix luruu PHOENIX - A bill to allow Piina and Maricopa counties to provide up to ?100,0(JO a year to support tlisir county fairs was approved without opposition by the Senate State, County and Municipal Affairs Committee yesterday. The bill now goes to the Rule's Committee. before being introduced for general' debate irr the Senate where it is not expected to be opposed. It was introduced by Sen. Douglas Holsclaw, ll-Tucsorij who is a member o( the Southern Arizona International Livestock Association (SAILA) which runs the fair in Pinia County. : Harold Thurber, president of SAILA, said the costs :of running the fair have risen from 530,000 in 1939 to $182,000 this year. "But the county funding limit was raised only once, from ?a,COO to $15,1)00 two years ago," he said. Sen. Scott Alexander, R- TUcson, committee chairman, stud the intention of ths bill is to make more funds available for premiums · and prizes awarded exhibits at the fair. SAILA officials are. developing a new county fairgrounds on Houghton Road, southeast of Tucson. VTlie .state auditor general criticized county officials last :year for providing about $165,000. to support the fair, part of .which was for new buildings arid services at the new fairgrounds. School desegregation Busing is termed in city Desegregation of schools in Tucson may be best : achieved by busing, a California school superintendent says Richard Foster,.superintendent for Berkeley; said it would lie "fairly easy to desegregate Tucson -- it's not a vary militant place.". . . : He made his comments after speaking to about 200 Phi Delta Kappa educational fraternity members last night at the University of Arizona. Although he is not certain which of two methods -- busing pupils or changing school boundaries -- would be best to obtain desegregation here, Foster said busing is, economically feasible. Greek group will visit Ft.Huacliuca Sptcial tt tht Ciliien FT. HUACHUCA -- Greek Brig. Gen. George Arvanitis, a staff director in the Hellenic Army, and nine fellow officers will visit here tomorrow. The group will tour facilities at the Electronic Proving Ground, Intelligence Center and School, Combat Surveillance and Electronic Warfare School and other parts of the military installation. It will depart Saturday for a tour of Ft. Rucker, Ala. : .' "In Berkeley"we have a $36 million school budget a year and only ?250,000 goes to busing," he said. Reporting to educators on the success of desegregation in Berkeley,: Foster said that by the third year of total desegregation "all ethnic groups- were achieving a higher learning level." . -Despite such educational gains, reading skills among blacks ·still are four years behind those of whites in the system, Foster said. But, he added, gains are being made. Foster announced his resignation last April because of what he termed "attacks on the 'dignity of my office" by left-wing Berkeley Board of Education members. He withdrew the resignation six months later. Horse show set for tomorrow Entries are expected to reach 250 when the second annual Charity All-Arabian Horse Show opens tomorrow at the Tucson Rodeo Grounds. Sponsored by the Southern Arizona Arabian Horse Association, the show has horses entered from throughout the nation. Competition begins at 8 a.m. ·tomorrow and Saturday and at 9 a.m. Sunday. The classes will include English, western and costume classes. 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The girl, upset over a poor grade in English, left the ledge after three hours when her mother arrived to coax her to safety. Stockbroker Herbert J. Schwager has lost his bid for an advisory jury and A different judge in a Feb. 27 trial involving accountings in the estate of his ward, 90-year-old Mrs. Lillian Styer/' Saying Schwager was not entitled to an advisory jury, Superior Court ajudge Alice Truman denied his motion for the panel. An, advisory jury may be impaneled for specified, types of cases. Its verdicts are not binding. Mrs. Truman also denied Schwager's fourth request for a different judge to hear his case. Schwager has been ordered to trial to answer a complaint questioning more than 300 items in his accountings for the estate of Mrs. Styer, who is blind and a nursing home patient. He served as guardian of the estate from October 1968 to June 1972. Fire engine red exits DETROIT (AP) - Chartreuse fire trucks? 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