Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 52
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 52

Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Saturday, June 30, 1973
Page 52
Start Free Trial

Page 52 article text (OCR)

•*/ i REPUBLIC MAIL The Arizona Republic ® Sat., Jttfi* 30, 1§73 I Farmer Valley osteopath sues ior new license A former Sunnyslope osteo- jath whdse license was re- |oked in 1956 after he was onvicted of a narcotics viola- Bon filed a suit in Superior ourt Friday to force a state oard to issue him a new license. J Bernard Bloch, now of South- Jeld, Mich., brought the action |gainst the Arizona State oard of Osleopathic Exam[Fers. ••Bloch said in the suit that he applied to the board Feb. 18 for a license to practice again in Arizona. On May 31, he received notice from the board that he had been denied a license because of his prior felony conviction and his failure to meet certain professional requirements, according to the suit. Bloch contends that the board exceeded its legal authority and jurisdiction in denying him a license. He claims the enson gets prize Holland £ BFJNSON-B enson High School's Bobcat Band took second place Friday in concert competition at the Band International Summer Festival in Gorinchem, Holland. f-European and Canadian fends competed, along with two bands from the United Sftates. J> £ According to a telephone (fell from David Lopshire, son <jf Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lop- aiire of Benson, the band also received a first-place trophy in the marching division for f riday night's competition. ?*The musical repertoire con- listed of patriotic songs, west- 4"n, Indian and Mexican numbers. One particular number ^yas a routine with audience Participation and, according to David, the audience en- tjhusiastically joined in the Mexican number, and came <$bwn on the field and stamped the band. [ Band director Bill Morris said he was especially thrilled |vith the band's performance, particularly since only 69 of the original 92 members performed. • Ex-reporter accepts post at Samaritan --Charlotte Buchen, assistant fo the president and director of communications for National Housing Industries, will become assistant to Samaritan JEfealth Service President Stephen M. Morris. •^Miss Buchen, whose appoint- r>ient is effective Aug. 1, re- gjaces Charles R. McDowell, vHio resigned in March. ^Her duties will include liai- sjpn between the president's djfice and components of Sa- rjnaritan, including the administration of seven hospitals ajid a clinic. jMiss Buchen, previously a sl|ff writer for The Arizona- Republic, is a member of the e review committee of the aricopa County Comprehen- ye Health Planning Council. ji, jpverdose of heroin Called suicide method £ A man found dead Friday Apparently took his own life iJWi a deliberate overdose of fieroin, investigators said. 2 Terry Berkes, 22, of 2201 E. Roosevelt, was found dead in an E. Van Buren motel. ^Detective' Eloy Ysasi said |jp2rkes had been despondent pecause of a variety of trou- tiles, including marital clif- rcrences, ' •« • ' : i The investigator said Ber- wefc apparently filled three gyfinges with heroin and in- fteted two of them. The third Swinge was' found nearby, loaded but unused, Ysasi said. Governor proclaims Independence Day Gov. Williams has proclaimed Wednesday Independence Day. The proclamation said a nationwide pealing of bells, at the same hour the Liberty Bell rang on July 4, 1776, is a tradition of the Sons of the American Revolution. Accordingly, the Liberty Bell replica in the rotunda of the Arizona Capitol will be rung at 11 a.m. Wednesday. The ringing will climax a 20-minute program featuring Col. George Day, a returned prisoner of the Vietnam war, as speaker. board didn't take into consideration "extenuating circumstances" in connection with his felony conviction, He also maintains that he was deprived of his constitutional rights by the examiners. Dr. Richard McGill, board secretary-treasurer, said he didn't feel the board had exceeded its authority in denying the license. McGill noted that Bloch's Arizona license was revoked after the felony conviction, and that osteopathic boards in Michigan and Indiana also took revocation actions against Bloch. However, according to McGill, Bloch obtained a new license in Michigan three years later after taking another osteopathic exam there. "The Arizona board has felt even though he served a prison sentence that revocation was part of the penalty," McGill said. "We consider the revocation permanent." According to McGill, Bloch also applied for an Arizona license in 1967 and the board turned him down then. Bloch Plant Flowers for Summer Colors... NORMAN LANPSCAPCNMMSIRY « FLOWM SHOP CLOSED SUNDAY "Over 4 Acres Of Nursery" 3813 N, 7th St. 266-2497 7704 N, 27th Ave. 995-1540 POTTED? We've Got It... IF YOU DIG IT ... WE'VE DUG IT ... Shop in Air Conditioned Comfort THE INDOOR GARDEN HOUSE TOWN AND COUNTRY SHOPPING CENTER NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE FOOO BAZAAR 957-0150 2121 EAST CAMELBACK OPEN DAILY 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. Buy the BEST from and SAVE $20 119 \ REG. $139.95 $ WITH COUPON .. 95 \; 3.5 HP, EZ recoil start, 2'0" cut, throttle on v handle, hinged cowling, big catcher included, '»', many models to choose from. REG. $99,95 WITH COUPON S1Q95 1Q 2 HP, easy spin recoil, safety shroud, throt- .tle ' on handle. 1*20 THIS COUPON WORTH $20 ON PURCHASE OF ANY YARD-MAN EQUIPMENT EXCEPT MODELS 1000, 1010, 2440, 2500, 3700, 3710, 3600, 3630, 3640 AND ALL ACCESSORIES AT ARIZONA POWER EQUIPMENT *2Q ARIZONA POWER EQUIPMENT 1524 WEST HATCHER RD. 944-5591 Financinq Available hasn't practiced as an osteopath since 1965, McGili said. He also pointed out that the Arizona Osteopathic Practice Act was revised in 1970. It now requires that applicants for licenses show they have served an internship or that they have maintained an active practice immediately prior to applying, McGill said. COOL IT... This Summer With Trees FROM Baker Nursery ' LYSALOMA FERN OF THE DESERT • Excellent Ferny Foliage • Full Sun & Hoar i 69 I GAL, 5 GAL. CHILEAN MESQUITE • Porn-like Foliage • Grows 25 ft.-5 Years • Thornless 5 GAL. SILVER POPLAR TREE • Finest for Arizona • Deep Green Leaves with Silver Undertone • Reg. 8.95 788 ACACIA FORNESIANA • Small Tree with Orange & Yellow Blossoms • Good for desert or city 5 GAL ">*• MIMOSA TREE • Big Pink Flowers REG, 15 GAL. $42,50 M 88 151 15 GAL. COTTONLESS COTTONWOOD • Grows fo GREAT size • Reg. 8.95 BAKER NURSERY One of Arizona's Largesf — Over 1 2 Acres OPEN 7 Days a Week 8:30 - 5:30 P M 3414 N. 40th St. 955-4500 KftRDSS Fast & Easy Rockwell HEDGE TRIMMER • Double edge 13-mc.h blades for speed and convenience * Double action (two moving blades) for cleaner, vibration free trimming. • Double insulated for safety CRASS TRIMMER • Upright: no hands and kneef. Rotary action: trims almost twice as fast a* »cis$or-|ypo trimmers Cordless: low price ir eludes icchofgcf. WRAP AROUND HANDLE Model 33 ..$19.99 ALSO AVAUABIC Model </38 & #39 ' EDGE/ TRIMMER with FREE 50-»t, Cord • Pushbutton edger to trimmer conversion * 8-inch-diameter j blade for extra-wide rutting ; .-. path » Extra-powerful H«-hp // motor for nonstall perform- // once. ;•'.« Double (niulafed for safety. 'V only // IRIZONU4WNKINQ 4017N. 7th St. - Ph«. •(BRIDGE NURSERIES 16$) E. Comelback - fht. CQWTBY IJfNTLEMEN NURSERY HS25N. 7th St. - Phx. Model 46 - Rockwell Dealers - J3I 5. Meio Dr. - M»ia JEFF'S HWN MOWER CLINIC 6036 W. Bethon, Horn, — Glcndole LARRY'S LAWN MOWERS 5733 N. 7th St. -Ph.. 3926 E.Thomas - Ph« LIFOREN BROS. NURSERY 2015E.Coctui - Ph«. LUCKY MAHKETS MCDOWELL HARDWARE 1623 £. McDowell - Ph> MUHAKAMI GARDEN CENTER 9)st Ave- & W Pcoiio - Peorio PAYLESS DISCOUNTNUBSEBY H\ 721 8 E. Thomoi Rd. - Scollidale 6025 N. 27th Ave.--Ph«. Model 4155 PUNT WORLD NUR$(RY Phoenix • Meta • Glendalt 39th AVE. NURSERY 7 102 North 35th Ave.- Phi. YOUNOTOWN NURSERY 12040 North I l!th Ave. — Youngtown DI5TH. iY LAWN 4 GARDEN SUPPLY CO. - PHQiNIX ft TUQSON 278-858$ ^m- LAST WEEK of our value-packed, month-long TREE SALE 20% .„ CALIFORNIA PEPPER, delicate lacy foliage; 5 and 1 5 gal. BOTTLE BRUSH, weeping variety; red "brushes"; 5, 1 5 gal. SHAMEL ASH, likes heat and desert soil; 5 gal. ALEPPO PINE, conifer suited to the Valley; 24", 30" boxes CAROB, dense shade, wide spreading; 5 gal., 20, 24" boxes COTTONWOOO, litter-free cottonless variety; 1 5 gal. BOTTLE TREE, upright, narrow, leafy evergreen; 5, 15 gal. OLIVE, graceful, with silver-green foliage; 5, 20 gal., 24" box PALO VERDE, yellow-blooming desert native; 5 gal. EUCALYPTUS ROSTRATA, impressively tall; 5 and 30 gal. EVERGREEN ELM, graceful shape; 5 and 1 5 gal., 24" box SILK OAK, fern-leaf pyramidal grower; 20 and 30 gal. NUMEROUS OTHER VARIETIES AVAILABLE BEDDING PLANTS FOR SUMMER COLOR INDOOR GREENERY: HOUSE PLANTS TOPIARIES, EXOTIC landscaping plants BLOOMING "BRIGHT EYES" VINCA IN LARGE POTS - Yours FOR PRICE OF POT ALONE Perky little snow-white flowers with red centers and lush green foliage. They'll brighten your entry or patio from now 'til frost. Assorted size pots in red clay, terra cotta or glazed. Group leveral for mass display. All-time best organic plant food MILORGANITE ORGANIC FERTILIZER Contains all essential plant nutrients — naturally. Excellent summer food for dichondra and grass. ORTHO LAWN & GARDEN FOOD | 3.95 to cover 6000 sq.ft. 6,95 ' 2,000 sq. ft. I Fast-dissolving pellets will build a lush, last- = ingly green lawn. A balanced formula of nitro- |j gen, phosphorus, potash, iron and sulfur. ' = to help you keep the lawn and garden growing - beautifully: Control Pearl Scale in Tifgreen lawns. Use SAROLEX or DIAZINON AG 500. BUG KILLERS WEEDKILLERS* GARDEN TOOLS ORGANOECOLIZER* LAWN SEED SOIL CONDITIONER • FUNGICIDES Use Master Charge «r BankAmericard NURSiRliS OPEN 8:00 to 5:00 WEEK DAYS, 9 to 4 SUNDAY 1651 f gst Camelbac k Rd. t 266*56/4 I Quality First Always PAYLESS DISCOUNT NURSERIES Qualify First Always EAST 946-4863 7218 E. Thomas Rd. Adjacent Ytllew Front SCOnSDALE OPENDA;LY8to5:00 OPEN SUNDAYS 7 BIG SALE DAYS Prices Effective June 30th thru July 6th WEST PHONE 242 Adjacent Low Cast CORNER W, BETHANY AND 27th AVE, PHOENIX OPEN DAILY 8 to 5:00 OPEN 8:00-5:00 OPEN ALL DAY July 4th SAROLEX Only Known Killer of Pearl in Tiff Lawns Beg. 34.88 Gal. 29 BERMUDA SE FINEST AVAILABLE REG. 2,39 IRON FE . 138 CHELATE 16 95 5LBS, REG. 19.95 42% Iron 20% Sulphur ^ ** m WACCO O95 SULFA-SOIL 3 95 50 LBS. DIAZINON ALL PURPOSE BUG KILLER BY GREEN LIGHT 1 89 80Z. Covers 16,000 Sq. Ft. LB, DICHONDRA SEED None Better 2 31 LB. REG, 3.95 AFRICAN CASSIA FIOWEBS YELLOW 1 49 GORGEOUS! GAL, ORTHO A GRO 3 DICHONDRA ^M & LAWN FOOD ^^ COVERS 6,000 SQ.FT. REG. 5.95 MEXICAN BIRD PARADISE FULL SUN BEAUTIFUL RED-ORANGE FLOWERS 1 49 EA. MILORGANITE Milwaukee's Famous Organic Fertilizer 3 99 50 LBS. DWARF TIFCREEN I 79 TAMMY JUNIPER 1' 9 GARDEN BARK MED. OR COARSE 2 CU. FT. WACCO FORtlFlEO PEAT i 68 RICH _. 1B BLACK S0 LBSl MOOT REG - 3 ' 49 2 98 GREEN LIGHT I lAlimiP-l KIUS EVERYTHING ^ LIQUID Edger: 3 99 GAL. "BEG. 4.BB MYRTLE £ 99 C ALL ORGANIC 45-0-0 Fertilizer 3 99 50 LBS. BEDDING Plants - 48 C IUM3W . i i * ^^^^•••^•g ^ai » ^^ ^^^^ ' n " * • LOOSENS HEAVY PACKED SOIL • NITROGEN GUARANTEED • WEED FREE • SALT FREE • DUSTLESS • PREMIUM QUALITY • LOW PRICE REDWOOD LANDSCAPE MIX ONLY No Finer Redwood At Any Price 4 Cu. Ft. 3 FOR 10" HEX OR SO. STEPPING STONES RED, GREY, GREEN 12 33 EA. POLY SHEETING BLACK PLASTIC DESERT •* A MUST M FOR M DESERT • LAWNS • 88 100'xlO' Reg, 12.95 AMMONIUM ";°:° SULPHATE 80 LBS. V « 4 29 99 VAL. CONCRETE EDGING Red or Gree 24"x5 43 EA. LAWN 1 ALL, COLORS IDEAL DESERT • 50LBS, LAWN • Reg, 1.19 59 Premix Concrete 90 LBS. Mortor 65 LBS, CONCRETE PRODUCTS SPECIMEN ft M TREES 34 MANY VARIETIES 20 GAL, Reg, 45.00 ROSES ALL 1 99 Reg, BUD, BLOOM I 111 V | II EA. WACCO LAWNANPCAMQfN FERTILIZER 10% NITROGEN 10% PHOSPHATE 5% POTASH 10% IRON 10% SULPHUR Reg, $6,95 5 99 90 LBS. COVERS 2,500 SQ. FT. CITRUS 3T04YRSOLD NOW BEARING MANY VARIETIES 2 99 5 Gal, Container;

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page