Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 18
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N · * · FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 Club Circuit Zi ggy West Virginians A .pofluck dinner is planned : at 4 p.m. Sunday by the West Virginia Club. The dinner will'"', $e at the Randolph Park Recreation Center, 200 S. Alvernon Way, and those attending ghould take table service and I dish to pass. #*, : 'Hebrew Association ·f The Singles Hebrew Associ- jiin will have an open meeting £t,'2 p.m. Sunday at the Tuc- fon Jewish ^Community, Center, 102 N. Plumer. Ave. The event, in Room 18, is open to all single persons 30 years and ever. Refreshments will be. « · · ' · . . served. . - ' , ! ' · ' · ; , 2 Exchange Club '··' * · ' : ' · ' · · ' · * ,The Tucson Exchange' Club \vill sponsor its seventh annual Home State Barbecue at Randolph Park Sunday. Activities paying tribute ;tb the 50 states are planned. 9 * .Tickets at $1.75 each may be purchased from club members or at the park and/proceeds will benefit club projects including "Operation Crime Check. , The barbecue will ,be held from 11 a.m. to4 p.m.;, ' Sunshine 3 8 * A potluck luncheon is planned for the first meeting Good taste marks reply to query ATLANTA (AP) - "I assume collards is something eclible," an Englishwoman has'written the Georgia Department of Education. Mrs. J.. Lomax of'York- shire, England, said she had seen the term in "Gone With the Wind" and. "To Kill a Mockingbird,"' and wondered what the novels were referring to. . She was sent a number of excerpts from books describing collards by state education officials,' who also enclosed a collection of collard recipes and a package of collard seeds. "Please disregard the picture of the butter on the seed envelope," Mrs. Lomax was advised. "The only way to season collards is with bacon drippings or ham hock." of the year by members of Sunshine Chapter No. 38. They will meet at 11:45 a.m. Monday at the-;Scottish Rite Cathedral, 160'N. : Scott Ave, Wonian'sClub The Tucson-Woman's Club will -have a business meeting : and luncheon Monday at the clubhouse, 6245 E. Bellevue Ave. Special guests at the 10:30 a.m. meeting will be members of the Cattle Growers Association of Arizona and Tucson Cowbelles. The Aztecas Dancers from Surmysicle High School will present a luncheon program. - PWP ·':.' Parents .without Partners will meet at 8 p.m. Monday for a:group discussion at the PWP Hall, 2447 N. Los Altos. Hayden Auxiliary The Carl Hayden Community Hospital Auxiliary has changed its meeting time to 2:30 p.m. on the first Monday of each month. Members will meet in the conference room at the hospital. Pima Barracks Mrs. Mabel Ambroise. state department president of the Ladies Auxiliary to Veterans ; of World War I of the U.S:A. Inc., will be honored by Pima Barracks No. 218 Tuesday. A reception and luncheon is planned for noon at the Salvation Army Youth Center, 1001 N. Richey Blvd. Italian - Americans Dr. James J. DiPietro was installed president of the Italian-American Club of Tucson Jan. 28. '";'. Also installed were Chuck Acquilina, vice president; Ann Carlsen,' secretary; Sam Cacavalli, -treasurer; and Dr. Adelaide Fredina,' financial secretary. . Russ boss out; bad farm year MOSCOW (TJPI) - Sergei V. Shevcshenkp, chairman of the all Russian Association for the sale of Agricultural Equipment and .supplies .since 1961, has been removed, from his post for violating state discipline, the Communist-party newspaper Pravda said. He was ousted two ( days after government figures' were released acknowledging a disastrous year in farming. U.S. has China trade surplus WASHINGTON (UPI) - A Commerce Department report shows the United States ran a $28 million trade surplus with China in the first full year of commercial dealings between the two nations. U:S. exports to China totaled $60.2 million and were primarily wheat; corn, vegetable oils and , telecommunications equipment, the report said. , Chinese exports 'to the United States, valued at $32.2 million, consisted .chiefly of food, such as 'tea and spices, chemicals, light, manufactured goods and crude materials such as hog bristles. A FOAM 246 N. 4th. 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