Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 22, 1976 · Page 62
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 62

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, July 22, 1976
Page 62
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C-2July22,m« The Arizona Republic Bruce Roberts, 15, Is a volunteer at Maricopa County General Hospital. She's older than state RnwMic «mt kv MY CMWIV Volunteer of the week Working as a volunteer in the emergency room at Maricopa County General Hospital is good experience for Bruce Roberts, 15, who is planning to study medicine when he graduates from Brophy Prep. He works in the emergency room twice a week. There are many, volunteer positions in the- valley that can be an investment in a career as well as a contribution to the community. The Volunteer Bureau of Maricopa County is a United Way agency whose purpose is to recruit and refer volunteers for agenices who need and want them. Visit or telephone the office at 1515 E. Osborn, 263-9736. Currently the Bureau has request for volunteers in these areas. A Phoenix agency which records textbooks' for blind students needs clerical workers to help prepare the.-tape recording and do proofreading. Responsible teens are urged to participate. A blind social worker who works with ex- criminal .offenders needs a volunteer to be his "eyes" by helping him in his office. This would 'be confidentialwork involving, going over the files of his clients. A double amputee who suffers from diabetes and is on welfare is in desperate need of a» blender which he can't afford to buy. Tele-' phone the bureau if you have a used blender to donate. Volunteer drivers are always needed. For example, a 68-year-old woman who is crippled and lives in central Phoenix, would like transportation to the hospital to visit her husband who is ill with cancer. She will adjust her visits to the convenience of the driver. If you can help her please telephone the bureau. The Volunteer Bureau will be closed for the month of August. , , AYR, Neb, (AP) The only known living Nebraska resident who can claim being older' than the state itself, Mrs. Sophia DeMuth, celebrated her 110th birthday recently. Mrs. DeMuth lives in her home two and one- half miles northeast of here, and is cared for by her daughter. The house was built In 4915 by her late husband, Oliver, who died in 1965 at the age of 101. One of the highlights of Mrs. DeMuth's birthday was a visit by a niece she hasn't seen in 39 years. Mrs. DeMuth was born in 1866 in St. Joseph, Mo; She lived for a time in California be- fore her marriage in 1899. ..,..".. Before moving to Ayr, the DeMuths lived .hear Juniata, S.D., in Illinois and in Hastings, Neb. Wirs. bemuth doesn't leave the house anymore, but despite failing eyesight, she still keeps up with her hobby of making rugs. Her visits are limited to close friends and relatives; who say her mind remains sharp and her physical condition good. SEEK & FIND MASSACHUSETTS E E M D A E T M K A B R Instructions: Hidden words below appear forward, backward, up, down or diagonally. 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