Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 5
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 5

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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 5 DR. THOMAS L. LEE U. S. Survival Linked To By,MARGARET KUEHLTHAU Next fall 5,000 first graders will enroll in Tucson's public schools. LocaHy, this ballooning in population is indicative of the national trend which has created .a race between the birth rate and school construction. Dr. Thomas L. Lee ·aid yesterday in a talk at a meeting of the Rotary Club of Tucson. · He pointed out that this nation has 40 million children in public schools today as compared to 29 million 10 years ago. A s s i s t a n t superintendent hi charge of instruction for secondary schools in Tucson School District No. ], Lee expressed a sense Of urgency in planning the future education of America's children. "The world can blow up or grow up in the race between high intelligence and high explosives," he laid, "The hour is past when we can do anything other than keep abreast with the world. There is no time for complacency or rest,! and we must meet the challenge or go under. The job of me ·chools is tied to survival." Because the needs of the Ameri.. can people are not simple and be- cause "tomorrow is bursting upon us," the speaker cautioned that educators must not look back at yesterday. .The strength of this republic ....He*. h« believes, in the wisdom of the masses and the ability to choose the right leaders and to make right decisions. , "Our concept of government * cannot survive without a wettn-du- ; catcri popuhce and we must teach - them all. We dare do nothing r . else,"-Let asserted in disctming ·. -ftt broftdar aspects « th* prob- * terns whiA face pabiic^dueation. : -Th« Tucson educator declared mat It is no'accident that the 1 United States has the highest .standard of living In the world, because we have given our people . vast technological .training to · make it possible. "It is said that 10 per cent of the scientists ever known are alive today," he told dub members. Lee cited the fact that in 10 years job titles have increased 25 per cent as the, result of this na. tion's expanding economy. The dream of our forebears of I freedom and education for all has ; been made possible by the common school which has been, in I reality, an '"uncommon institution" copied the world over by - other people with dreams of mass education, he said.. ; "Through our schools America - can he made a nation where ignorance, bigotry and oppression can be banished from me ifeht of man." Deflated Instructor Signs Letter WASHINGTON -DPI- Werner Severin, a photography instructor in the University ef Maryland's journalism department, wearied of having ·tudents usurp his reserved parking apace. His complaints to the jour-" naJism department, top university officials, campus police, and the students' themselves were to no avaal. So he took matters into his own hands. First, he t r i e d parking ·cross the entrance to the lot so th* errant students were blocked in until he was ready to leave. The students merely ourwaited him and he decided that more drastic measures were needed. When he starred letting air eut of the students' tires, they angrily complained to the journalism department, unrversity officials, campus police' and to Severin himself. The instructor was handed 'a resignation with only his signature missing. He signed it. Want Ad Takers MA 25855 SHOP FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M. 106 y«N* I / ·! your Mrvk* it's fun to be a girl when we wear smart sets like these Dole of California knows how to put stars . in her eyes and pleasure in Mom's work. Provincial print in black/red cotton, siies 7-44, 7.98. Tokay grppe woven stripe set, 7-14 and sub-teens'6-14, 8.98. Other styles in checks and prints; sizes 3-6X, 7.50. Capris and Jamaicas, 7-14, each 4.98. Shirt; 2.98. Sal possessions every woman loves lingerie by Vanity Fair Extravagantly beautiful, but not extravangantly priced .., because Vanity Fair's lingerie wears and wears, and then wears some more ... always with the precious look that's new! Walt-length Gown in double-layered nylon tricot, rich with Alencon lace. In Dawn Pink or Heaven Blue, Sizes 32-38,12.95. Slip in new opaque satinette tricot trimmed with Alencon lace, , sizes 32 to 38,10.95. Matching Half-Slip, W S-M-L, 6.95. Both in Star White. St*)nMd's Ungtrit, Strut floor |i A A Sttinfeld Charge Account make* shopping .easier ... fatter ·/fol f 'O3 li'l sophisticate new lingerie set Nylon pantie and bra sets with nylon lace inserts; blue, pink or white. For fashionable moppets, sizes 2 to 12. !\ 'a · ' ? 'A '/ "$TS , *r rf 49VU , '" **« w ft.V sun mat 9 n carryall for patio or poolside If you're going swimming or sunning, toke along this lightweight straw roll-up mat with water proof pocket for oil your gear. In natural with bright blue, red, or green binding; 4'XcV size. Waffl^^ stone and pennington VI phone MA 2-5811 FREE park 'n shop

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