Lift Barrier, Employ All, Clyde Urges
Salt Lake Tribune, 10 October 1962, page 14
[NOTE: This article does not mention the Villa Theatre, but it is relevant to the theater's history because the Villa hosted many events for the handicapped and many events at the Villa were sponsored by Maurice Warshaw.]
A proclamation signed Tuesday by Gov. George D. Clyde asks Utahns to remove the barriers to employment of physically handicapped persons.
THE GOVERNOR'S action was witnessed by Maurice Warshaw, Salt Lake businessman and chairman of the Governor's Committee on Employment of the Physically Handicapped. Mr. Warshaw also is Utah's representative on the President's Committee.
The goals, expressed nationally and in the state, are for equal employment opportunities for the handicapped.
Gov. Clyde's proclamation establishes this week as "National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week."
Mr. WARSHAW said a luncheon of business and civic leaders Thursday at Hotel Utah would mark the observance and launch the current year's program.