Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - July 3, 1953, Tucson, Arizona
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Music Journal Acclaims Local Schools
Schools in the Tucson area have received national recognition as a
result of their pattie Vation in the 1953 convention of the California-Western Xfusic Educators’ conference here last Marcel.
An article in the Music Educators Journal for June-Juiv, gives praise to the efforts of the local group and singles out the presentation of "Alice in Arizonaland" by Tucson public schools as the "gala festival event which will be remembered for a long time to come."
In part, It says, "from the moment the curtain parted on the first episode, ‘The Grand Canyon,* until the final curtain of the episode, ‘San Xavier’s Mission.’ conference members were aware that definitely a new high had been reached in MENC pageant productions."
THE ARTICLE described It as a
demonstration of how a music department can legitimately be the focus for a school-wide project which is far more than simply another "home town show."
Singled out especially was the Spring junior high school. The article said: "At this school visiting delegates and student members had an opportunity to see an institution whose school population included students and teachers of white and Negro origin, Mexicans of pure Spanish, pure .Mexican and mixed descent, Chinese and some of American Indian descent. This school has an outstands principal, a Negro, whose faculty is also a cross-section of all races. Mention is made here of this particular situation because it is such an excellent example of intercultural education at work."
MORGAN MAXWELL is principal of the John Spring junior high school.
Also featured in the article's review was a picture of the promenade concert by the Amphitheater high school band directed by Lawrence W. Wilson, scenes from "Alice in Arizonaland," the all-conference high school chorus and band and a representative group of students from Japan, Afghanistan, China, Iran and Hawaii.
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Montgomery Strangely Hushed Awaiting Outcome Of CG Test
MONTGOMERY, Ala. —(ZP)— Amid a strange quiet, Montgomery awaits the outcome of the great gamma globulin experiment.
All group activity for children has virtually ceased. It is as though the Pied Piper lured them away from city playgrounds and western movies.;-
When inoculation centers close are preparing to leave Montgom-tonight, the last of over 30,000 cry, a city of 106,000. youngsters will have been made They'll be back later to compile as safe from infantile paralysis as invaluable statistics that may save
is now possible.
another virus-besieged city.
TEARS OF painstaking research wo o
costing millions of dollars have I • S» OO III State Sets
been climaxed in thi* initial at Travel Mark In June tempt by microbe bunters to halt j •**
a raging polio outbreak before it ■ HOLBROOK—(U.PJ--June was shoots past the epidemic mark. K*1® l:,1£gest trave, month in the ' a .. . . , Arizona history of highway 66,
Now the scientists have done an officia, ,ai/yestmfay. *
ai they can, an ate looking for, p Harvey, inspector In Montgomery s hip-sore youngsters charee of the *state insm*.tion
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fi^ht hp'nrp t i r> im i?naiJune wes*bound cars totaled 61,-
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disease is beaten. | a gingJe montJ Qf 58J53| set July
It will be at least a week before jast. anybody has the first inkling.i Total westbound vehicular Then, if smaJer sea e gamma glob- travel the first six months of ulin tests hold true, the mounting 1!)53 was 205,355, more than 20,-polio toll will fade off SO per OOO over the same period last cent—breaking the back of the vear he said.
pending epidemic Curing the *-1--1_
height of the hot-weather danger season.
STATE ANR county health officers, originally estimated the county had almost 31,CNX) children in the age group to be inoculated, and 30,000 of them would get the free serum.
But through last night 29,966 had been immunized, and lines still formed outside serum centers | this morning. When the polio-fighting blood derivative is injected into the last child tonight, an estimated 35,000 will have been Inoculated.
This million-dollar- punch at polio has come too late for 85 stricken victims here. Three have died.
TEAMS OF experts sent in by th* National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, the Red Cross and the U. S. public health service
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