Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on September 22, 1968 · Page 69
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 69

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, September 22, 1968
Page 69
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The Affaofla Republic More About Mayor's 'branch' popular Contlflued From Page C-l most have been persons lacking botht telephone and transportation service, he noted, so the office has made it easier for them to see city officials. The problems usually aren't earthshaking, he said, but are im.ortant to the residents. "We've had several traffic problems, two on fire hazards, one on recreation, and two people came in to ask about our neighbofhod street imporvement program," Vanacour said. "BUT THE GREAT majority of problems has been on the transportation study. There have been a number of sincere cases where people have not been able to keep or get jobs because of lack of transportation. "One girl who came in got a job with the telephone company, at which she would be earning more than her mother or father. But to get there at 8 a.m. she would have to be waiting for the bus at 7 a.m., and still would not be able to get to work until 8:20 a.m." Vanacour said, "and she would have to wait two ho for a bus home." The girl's boss, he noted, could not accept her being late every day. Often, Vanacour said, domestics cannot get jobs in Scottsdale and north Phoenix areas where people can afford maid service because there is no direct bus transportation available. VANACOU RTHEN pointed to his desk and remarked, "I was just leafing through the state employment service bulletin and half of the jobs that would apply to South Phoenix residents require personal transportation." He said persons with night-time janitorial positions cannot get bus transportation, either. Vanacour said he has been conferring with Phoenix Transit Co. officials in an effort to work out better transit service and to let them know "they don't have to be afraid of us, that we want to help." ASlPs Hayden Library gets grant from U.SL Groups form for Great Books TEMPE - The U. S. Office of Education has awarded a $73,332 grant to Arizona State University for use in the Charles Trumball Hayden Library. The grant, which supplements a 1967 award of $68,000 from the same agency, will be used primarily to strengthen the periodicals collection in the library. Rapid growth of ASU graduate programs "has made it imperative that we complete our holdings of periodicals," said Donald W. Johnson, assistant librarian. "Faculty and graduate students make heavy use of such materials," he said, "and a good collection of periodicals and professional journals helps us to retain and obtain competent faculty." Among purchases to be made with funds from the grant are microfilms and research materials for four new doctoral degree programs in anthropology, political science, history and Spanish. 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