Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 42
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 42

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Vocational workers praised Vocational workers "have given the greatest thing that, can be offered people, hope," Oov. Williams told nearly 200 people gathered at the Ramada Inn yesterday in celebration of the 50th anniversary of vocational rehabilitation in the Urtited 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 proglram 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 di-' vision, 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 from 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. es* $tmft£$wt>M BR Papagos hope Dairy, stores charged with selling old milk to avoid aid in drought fight REPUBLIC BULLDOG hocntx, Wed., Jane 17,1970 The Arizona Republic Jg \ Safford resident dies of gun shot in courthouse SAFFORD — Delmar Frost, 57, walked into the Graham County Courthouse Monday and apparently shot himself in the head with a 38-caliber revolver, sheriff's deputies reported. A note found in the dead man's shirt pocket asked that his wife be notified of the death. Acquaintances said Frost had suffered a nervous breakdown several years ago and had shown some signs of stress recently. Frost had lived here about 13 years and owned the Triangle liquor store. A coroner's inquest will be held as soon as it can' be arranged, said Justice of the Peace Fred Hancock. SELLS (AP) - the Papago Indian tribe will seek federal help in fighting drought only if "absolutely necessary," officials said yesterday. Tribal infortnation officer Lindsay BreW said the Papa* gos "know a little bit more about what to do" this year in preventing a recurrence of last year's drought, which left more than 1,000 head of cattle' dead. The Bureau of Indian Affairs provided $00,000 in emergency funds last year. Brew said the tribe hoped it wouldn't have to go to outside sources for help this year. Brew said the tribe sold more than MO head of cattle last year on the theory that "cattle you don't have cannot starve to death or die of thirst." Water is being hauled to troughs set up at dry water- holes, Brew said. A complaint has been filed with the Maricopa County sheriff's office charging three valley stores and a dairy with illegally selling misbranded "ftesh" 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. EEOCopens Phoenix office Th 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 post office building, 522 N. Central, will be staffed by three officers 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. Customs seizes watches, Israeli WASHINGTON (AP) Customs agents seized 3,249 watch movements smuggled from Europe behind the panel in an airliner washroom when the plane landed in Hartford, Conn., the Customs Bureau said yesterday. A spokesman said Moshe Raviv, carrying an Israeli passport, was arrested with the movements in his possession and charged with attempted smuggling. He was held under 150,000 bond. Customs, said the movements -valued at $34,242 had been found when the plane made a stop in Boston after its flight from Europe. It was allowed to go on to Hartford, where other customs agents were waiting. 3 arrested ior hauling marijuana NOGALES - Brent L. Jaeger, 20, of Salt Lake City, is being held here under $10,000 bond. He was arrested after 602 pounds of marijuana were allegedly found concealed between the roof and ceiling of his camper. Preliminary hearing has been set for 3 p.m. Friday. City police arrested Mario K. Kissell, 19, and Richard S. Burros, 20, both of Colorado, at 6:30 a.m. yesterday after 55 pounds of marijuana were allegedly discovered in their vehicle. Bond was set at $4,000 each. Preliminary hearing has been set for 10 a.m. Friday. AEC forms unit on environment WASHINGTON (AP) - An Office of Environmental Affairs was created by the Atomic Energy Commission yesterday to help it meet its responsibilities to the nation in that field. Heading the office will be Joseph J. DiNunno, who for nine months has been the general manager's assistant for environmental affairs. The office, in addition to overseeing environmental matters within the AEC organization, will coordinate similar work as a contact with outside organizations. Environmental policy matters involving ABC-licensed faculties will be handled by the AECTs assistant director of regulation, C. L. Henderson. Named in the action were the Carnation Co., Circle K Market, 407 N, 20th St., U-Tote'm Market, 2801 E. Van Buren, and Ranch Market, 4600 E. Van Buren. Jim Bryant, general manager of Carnation, said, "I know nothing of the complaint." Spokesmen for U-Tote'm and Ranch Market said the milk company routemen were responsible for removing milk more than 10 days old from cooler shelves. Glover Beeny, general manager of Arizona Circle K Stores, said it was possible that store employes may fail to rotate the milk properly, leaving some in the case more than 8 days. Dr. Louis Kossuth, state health commissioner, said he was not familiar with the statutes cited in the complaint, which direct him to conduct a hearing' on the complaint if a laboratory analysis confirms the allegation. Sheriff's Capt. Robert Heck said the complaints and the thr$e caftans of milk would be forwarded to the health commissioner as specified by law. Violation of the misbrand- big statute is a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $5 nor more than $500 and imprisonment up to 6 months. FOR PEOPLE WHO CARE THI VILLAGE GREEN NURSING HOME N. 14** St. 2444274 Air Conditioning SPECIALISTS lit Mama to Air Conditioning Carrier For Your Home Se« ... J. B. RODGERS AIR CONDITIONING 266-8441 4MS N. l»th Avt. — U+In Quality INSTALLER IV EXPERTS BISHOP GLASS CO. PHOENIX: 42 S. 4th Ave. at Jefferson 258-4861 5119 North 7th St 279-U61 SCOTTSDALI: 2626 N. Scemdale Rd 746-6521 MESA: 861 East Main St. 964-8649 0LINDALE: 4924 W. 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