Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 65
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 65

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Francis Donofrlo Appeal court judge seeks re-election State Appellate Court Judge Francis J. Donofrio, presiding judge in Department A of Division 1, announced yesterday he will seek re-election, subject to the Democratic primary election. A native of Phoenix, Judge Donofrio was elected to the appeals court bench when it was created and took office in January of 1965. He is 56 years old. He has served as the appeal court's chief judge for the last year and earlier was a trial judge of Maricopa County Superior Court for 16 consecutive years. As judge of the Maricopa County Juvenile Court, he was cited with the Outstanding Service to Youth Award of the Arizona Delinquency Control Institute. As an appeals judge, Donofrio has helped in a drive to reduce delay in disposition of appeals from a four-year average to one year in civil cases. Criminal appeals are now heard within one year as well. Judge Donofrio resides with his wife, Cora, at 116 W. Marlette. They have two grown children. A graduate of the University of Arhona Law School, Donofrio is on the advisory board of the Good Shepherd School for' Girls, the Boy Scouts and Phoenix Boys' Clubs. i Grossman cites needs Arizona/ is woefully behind in facilities to care for about 40,000 mentally retarded children and adults, Sam Grossman, Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, declared yesterday. "The Arizona Children's Colony can take care of 1,100 at capacity and there are always 300 or 400 on the active waiting list," Grossman told members of the Downtown Phoenix 20-30 Club. Arizona once was threatened with the loss of any federal funds with the scheduled death of the 1963 Mental Retardation Facilities Act in two more weeks, Grossman said. "New legislation has been reported out, however, ancf those funds won't be lost to Arizona," he added. "An expanded program of day-care centers will be possible, with perhaps 15 more new, daycare centers set up in communities throughout the state." Army guard unit to train in helicopters today at Ft. Huachuca TrrvDT til T \r*ui IT* A .TI-IA T\/TO t T-IW.O rv ««<*•* *c nn.«« u^.*.-. . i ... .*. » .• REPUBLIC MAIL/' Phoenix, Thnrs., June 18,1970 REPUBLIC BULLDOG The Arizona Republic Jl Faron urges alert public Al Faron, Republican candidate for the Arizona Corporation Commission, saitj yesterday the voting public ought always to be alert to "the personal integrity — or lack of it — in men seeking public office." , "As taxpayers, we cannot afford anyone who treats the public money barrel as if it had no bottom," he told members of the Sun City Kiwanis Club. He said corporation commissioners ought to either be experts in fields related to their duties or "They ought to have the good sense to seek tut experts Jo help and advise hem." i Faron, former member of ie Arizona ljr>use of Rtpre- •f;Ui!.iv«",t b w,'i,cj' (,\ ah in- I FORT HUACHUCA -The rnen of the 997 Air Medical Evacuation Company, Arizona Army National Guard, underwent final classroom instruction in helicopter operation here yesterday. Today, with three days of Intensive refresher training behind them, the men will take to the air in CH-34 helicopters. Maj. James Cowan of Tucson, commander of the Phoenix - based unit, said the troops would practice air evacuation of casualties and other procedures that would be necessary in combat. flight day means that the men will have to get up before dawn to take to the air before air density and temperature problems make it difficult for the helicopters to become airborne in the thin air. The remainder of the 1,500 Arizona Air National Guardsmen undergoing field training here continued service practice exercises yesterday on the post and out on the firing ranges. The 1120th Transportation Battalion performed convoy equipment for the guardsmen. from the post, under close observation of Sixth Army evaluators. The maneuver is part of the army training test the unit is taking. The test is normally given to regular army units about to enter combat. On the fort's east range, the First Battalion 180th Artillery alternated firing between its new self - propelled 155mm howitzers and old towed howitzers. The self propelled guns, officials believe, provide greater accuracy but more maintenance problems. Meanwhile, members of the 222nd General Supply Company worked side - by - side with post personnel to provide defense maneuvers in the mountainous ranges 12 miles Indian ambassador to speak here The new Indian envoy to the United States, Ambassador L. K. 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