Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 126
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 126

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
Page 126
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-<i . m"^- V V TT * V *' V V <" * * \ C4f'tiie Artefttia EPUBLIC CITY Washington post i)r. Roy Morey of Phoenix has been sworn in as deputy (or international affairs. He will oversee U.S. participation in activities of the United Nations. Morey is a graduate of the University of Arizona. Union plans talks with city manager City Manager John B. Wentz will meet with blue collar workers at various city facilities July 13, it was stated Friday by a city labor union leader, Lawrence DeLeon, business agent for the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employes (AFL- CIO), called for Wentz'resig- nation at .a City Hall demonstration Thursday. DeLeon and Everett Kenney, .head of the City Em- ployes Union, met with Wentz that same afternoon to discuss his relationship with city . workers. Wentz suggested meeting with workers,-DeLeon said. The city manager was in Washington Friday and was. .Unavailable to confirm whether he would go on the tour, as DeLeon said. Labor union leaders, representing less than a third of the city's work force-of nearly 7,000 contend Wentz has lost, touch with the blue collar worker in his three years as city manager for the City of Phoenix. "We've got a lot of differences with Wentz, but we are pleased that he's going on this little tour," said DeLeon. State risks U.S. battle on day care »/ The Department of Economic Security is taking a "calculated risk" that could precipitate a battle with the federal government, the- department's director said. The department will renew its contracts with 42 day care centers that provide day care to low-income children, even though the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare has not yet approved those contracts. William J. Mayo said the state's contracts with the centers expire today, but HEW had not okd the forms on Friday. The contracts are based on new federal regulations, including a provision eliminating from the program families with two parents living at home. What Mayo called "the indecisiveness on the part of our federal government" could have left the state without any program if new con. tracts were .not issued, he ! said. ' Mayo said he had the choice of failing to renew the contracts or renewing them under the ternw of the new regulations. He said the children with both parents will be kept on the day care program during a 90-day phase-in period of the regulations, and he will attempt to find a way to continue to provide service for them\ "I have not received regulatory procedures to be adopted," Mayo said. 'It appears I am left totally at my own discretion, which is another way of saying on the part of the federal government, 'Arizona, you're on your own.' " If the federal government objects to his action, Mayo said, the state could face a conformity hearing leading to an audit exception, endangering the $1 million the federal government provides for the free day-care program. Another $300,000 comes from private funds donated to the staff. starts tomorrow modern wa.vs to save and 56-5010 save 100.00 micro wave oven 299.95 By Okeefe & Merritt. Cool cooking for summer. Full 28 minute timer. Eliminates messy pots and pans, keeps nutrition in cooked food. —!l> A107 save 20.00. may tag all-fabric washer 249.95 The all new Highlander washer handles any fabric you own! Three water level and temperature settings, family size capacity. Maytag dependability and engineering. Corrosion' resistant water pump. save 40.00, g.e. counter dishwasher 159.95 Soft foool disposer eliminates pre» rinse loading. Large capacity. Tuff- Tub interior resists stains. Normal replacement installation-available at nominal cost. save 30.001 rigidaire frostproof 299.95 Big 17cu. ft. capacity with 166 !b. freezer. Twin crispers. Reversible doors, rollers. Unique Power Capsule has only 3 moving parts! Trade in and save more. Major Appliances, 80 Mail and phone orders invited. 30.00. westinghouse 18 ib. twin speed washer .. 189.95 Normal and gentle cycles plus permanent press. Water level and temperature control. Matching 18 Ib. dryers, elec, 149.95, gas 179,95. LA490P CHRIS-TOWN '-07 W. Bethany Homo 9263-6?27 I BILTMORE FASHION PARK 24)0 E. Camelback Road 263-6327 SHOP MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. to 9:30 P.Mi'SAT. 9:30 to 6 OPEN SUNDAY 12 to 5 to SCOTTSDALE, LOS ARCOS MAI I 7333 I. McDowell Road 263-6427 |.

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