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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 41

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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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Vocational F1XiC8 ' by WM State asked Dairy, stores charged with setting old milk workers praised Phoenix, Wed., Jane 17,1970 Vocational workers "have given the greatest thing that can be offered people, hope," Gcv. Williams told nearly 200 people gathered at the Ramada Inn yesterday in celebration of the 50th anniversary of vocational rehabilitation in the United States. 'No one is really handicapped unless they believe they are handicapped," the governor said, and rehabilitation workers help give the disabled confidence, "making people become a real part of their community." June, proclaimed National Rehabilitation Month by President Nixon, marks the golden anniversary of the federal-state program of vocational rehabilitation for handicapped people. The Arizona Division of Vo-, cational Rehabilitation has rehabilitated more than 12,000 persons in 49 years, said Gerald E. McCue, the division's assistant director. Gov. Williams presented 25-year service awards to two employes of the Arizona division, Charlote Nicholaou of Tucson and Dr. Palmer Dysart of Phoenix. The governor also received two awards: honorary membership in the Arizona Rehabilitation Association and a golden anniversary medallion from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, presented by Weldon P. Shofstal, state superintendent of public instruction. Richard W. Bleecker, director of the Division of Rehabilitation for the Visually Impaired, presented, Annie Tsosie, a native Arizonan blind since birth, an award "for achievement symbolic of 12,000 rehabilitated in Arizona fr/jm 1920 to 1970." M. W. Holdship,. director of the Arizona Division of Vocational Rehabilitation, presented a similar commemorative award, to Perfecto Bejarano, a welder who was born without a left arm. EEOCOpens Phoenix office The Albuquerque regional office of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has announced the opening of the Phoenix district office. The Phoenix office, in Room 104 of the old posl office building, 522 N. Central, will be staffed by three offi- . cers and two clerical personnel. The formal opening of the district office, which will cover investigations in Arizona and Utah, is scheduled for 10 a.m. July 9. Work begins on new Quebec jumbo jetport STE. SCOLASTIQUE, Quebec (UPI) — Land clearing operations for a new jumbo jetport got under way yesterday at this small community about 35 miles north of Montreal. One of the biggest projects ever undertaken in Quebec, the jetport is expected to cost more than $400 million and will take four years to build. HUNT The Golden Goose .is laying 16 plastic eggs nightly Monday through Thursday at Legend City. All eggs but one hold free tickets,to the park ... and in that egg is a $25 U.S. Savings Bond. $25 bonds will be laid each night in easily-found spots. Finders keepers! Open Nightly, 7 P.M. 56TH ST.'& WASHINGTON, PHOENIX 275-8518 , 26 residents to pick fruit at Somerton SOMERTON - Freshpict Co. last night put 26 Somerton area women to work on the tomato harvest machines in an effort to settle a dispute with residents who were unhappy because Mexican "green card" workers were given the first harvest jobs. The hiring of the women followed a meeting of the Valley Residents Organization, which was formed to help fight what members said was the "unfair labor practices by farmers hiring green card workers from Mexico." Gene Wisener, Yuma district manager for Freshpict, said that he hired the green card workers to operate the tomato picking machines because they were members of the company's year - round work force. Local workers, he said, were interested only in temporary work, but he agreed that area residents also would be employed. John Sandoval of the Migrant Opportunity Program told the Somerton residents that the basic idea of the green card is for the holder to live and work in the United States, not work here and live in Mexico. He said that if the flow of green card workers from San Luis, Sonora, is stemmed, the Somerton area residents could bargain for wages higher than the $1.30 per hour. Shane Willis, who helped organize the Valley Residents Organization, insisted that persons born in this country should have the first chance at jobs. to reassess value of lots The State Property Tax Appeals Board has been petitioned by Gulf American Corporation Properties, Inc.,<to cut the $26.8 million Santa Cruz County valuation on 15,958 of the firm's Rio Rice subdivision lots to $182,075 for tax purposes, the board revealed yesterday. Jeff Ferris, board clerk, said the corporation also had requested a valuation cut on 22,511 undeveloped acres from $2.7 million to $1.5 million. He said the disputed $26.8 million value on the Santa Cruz County subdivision property had been set by County Assessor Robert Hathaway with approval of the State Property Valuation Department. A department spokesman said the dispute revolved in part around the fact that the corporation is collecting payment from lot buyers for improvements such as streets and bridges that may not be installed for 10 years. He indicated that officials, in valuing the lots for tax purposes, were willing to deduct from their market price certain allowances for improvements not in place, sales expense, risk and development time. But officials are unwilling to allow a deduction for future utility improvements that will be charged to lot buyers when they get these improvements, the spokesman concluded. The appeals board will begin hearings into the dispute July 1, chairman Charles Moody of Final County, said. The board must decide the value of 15,977 parcels of Gulf American property, in addition to the worth of hundreds of other Arizona properties involved in appeals, before July 25, Ferris said. A complaint has been filed Named in the action were analysts confirms the allega- with the Maricopa County the Carnation Co., Circle K tion sheriff's office charging three Market, 407 N. 20th St , Valley stores and a dairy with U-Tote'm Market, 2801 E. Sheriff's Capt. Robert Heck , . . illegally selling misbranded Van Buren, and Ranch Mat- said the complaints arid the • (« Adh^lwM -• -- *** t . * A«A w •• ^_- * BARRY'S YOUTHWKAR - DANCEWEAR LOS ARCOS MALL Cor. Scottsdil* A McDowell RdS. Open Mon., Thurs. * Frl. Til » P.M. • »4*-M31 DANSKIN SHORTS AND TOPS Whltt, Black, Navy, Trui Blui. Rtd, Poppy. Canary > Ytllow, Blush Pink. Career Gal's Best Friend in Machine Wash Poly Knit .Reg. 25.98 NOW $15.99 You know all the advantages of Euc- ron* textured polyester knit. Here it is in a swingy princess style with a trumpet skirt and colorful scarf. Add some color to your summer warcU robe by choosing yours in pink,'aqua or .yellow in sizes 8 to 18. JUST $15.99 with scarf (ncron It 0 rtg. T.M. of Amtrlcgn Enkc Cprp. Very Cold Fur Storage . Park Central iThpnws' Mair* MesaTrKCity *• Clms/fowii i Fashion Square A Downtown Phoenix t Las Vegas "fresh" milk. Arthur McBrayer, of 4437 E. Almeria Road, contended in the complaint that three cartons of milk he purchased yesterday had been labeled "fresh" but were more than 10 days old. AEC forms unit on environment WASHINGTON (AP) - An Office of Environmental Affairs was created by the Atomic Energy Commission yesterday to help it meet its responsibilities to the nation in that field. Heading the office will be Joseph J. DiNunno, who for nine months has been the general manager's assistant for environmental affairs. The office, in addition to overseeing environmental matters within the AEC organization, will coordinate similar work as a contact'with outside organizations. Environmental policy matters involving AEC-licensed facilities will be handled by the AEC's assistant director of regulation, C. L. Henderson. 'FOR PEOPLE WHO CARE THE VILLAGE GREEN NURSING HOME 2932 N. 14th St. 264*5274 ket, 4600 E. Van Buren. Jim Bryant, general manager of Carnation, said, "I know nothing of the complaint." Spokesmen for U-Tote'm and Ranch Market said the milk company routemen were responsible for removing milk more than 10 days old from cooler shelves. Glover Beeny, general manager of Arizona Circle K Stores, said it was possible that store employes may fail to rotate the milk properly, leaving some in the case more than 8 days. Dr. Louis Kossuth, state health commissioner, said he was not familiar with the statutes cited in the complaint, which direct him to conduct a hearing on the complaint if a laboratory three cartons of milk would be forwarded to the health commissioner as specified by law. Violation of the misbfand- ing statute is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $500 and imprisonment up to 6 months. Air Conditioning SPECIALISTS 1st Name In Air Conditioning Carrier For lour Home See ... J. B. RODGERS AIR CONDITIONING 266-8441 4MJ N. Itttl Avt. First in Salai — | t f in Quality AUTO GLASS INSTALLED BY EXPERTS BISHOP GLASS CO. PHOENIX: 42 S. 4th Ave. at Jefferton 258-4861 5119 North 7th St 279-1661 SCOTTSDALE: 2626 N. SeotHdol* Rd 946-6521 MESA: 861 East Main St 964-8649 GLENDALE: 4924 W. Glendale Ave 939-9701 TUMA: 1250 Third Ave. 782.2968 REPUBLIC MAIL the Arizona Republic Arthritis Sufferers: Wake Up Tomorrow Mornimf Without AIT That Stlffiitegg! Nd* there's * new forthula for arthritis minor pain that (1) is so strong you can take it less often and still wake up in the morning without all the pain's stiffness, and (2) is so gentle you can take it on an empty stomach. It's called Arthritis Pain Formula, by the makers of Afiadn.* Bach tablet contains •»; 50% more paftt feHevct than regular or buffcrtd aspirin tablets—plus two antacids taSteta^ protect your stomach, finfow hours of relief* todtf Arthritis Pain formula. T row morning get moving put all that pain and its sttffness^" det Arthritis Pain Formula, bj% the makers of Anacifi* tablet*** 70 TONS OF FAT IOST BY WEIGHT WATCHERS IN ARIZONA Announcing the opening off new meeting locations. YOU'RE INVITED TO A FREE OPEN MEETING WEIGHT® WATCHERS Thursday June 18lh 7:30 P.M. 1st Presbyterian Church 161 N. Mesa Drive Mesa Thursday June 18th 7:30 P.M. Monday June 22nd 7130 P.M. Salvation Army Nativity (BVM) School Hall Center N, Humphrey t W. 1351 E.Broadway Cherfy Phoenix Flagstaff Weight Watchers cordially invite you to a free open meet* ing. This informative session will teach you how to succeed in losing weight without gaining it back. No fad diets, no exercise, no medication. Absolutely no obligation. Everyone welcome! FOR INFORMATION CALL 252-8888 J *!? Carpeting Available at Sears Phoenix, Scottsdale and Mesa AT SEARS YOU CAN4FFORD TO! Sears Direct Dept. Phones: Phoenix: 263-4237 Scottsdale: 263-4637 Mesa: 964-4527 Installed over sponge rubber pad 263-4219 Sears Professional in-home carpet and rug cleaning service Drapery Cleaning fhone 264-3670 Luxurious Shag Carpet Nylon pile makes this carpet really easy to clean ana sturdy, It's the economy-priced shag that gives you the beauty of a shag at a price you can afford The 7 decorator colors will enhance any room. 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