Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 36
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 36

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, March 7, 1968
Page 36
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THURSDAY. MARCH 7, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Tucson Tonight Tomorrow Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in this column are open to the public free of charge. Welcome to Th« 150 delegates attending the Governmental Risk Management Seminar at the University of Arizona and the Statler-Hil- tonlnn. A Western States Water Council meeting with 50 delegates at the Desert Inn. TONIGHT t P.M. -- Musical program, by Suaraha Lodge of B'nai B'rdth, with singing and piano recitals, at Tucson Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. 8 P.M. - Play, "Don Juan," modern version of Moliere's classic by the University of Ariz o n a d r a m a department. (Through Sunday, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.) At University Theater, Speedway and Olive Road. Charge for admission. Tickets at box office. 8:30 P.M. -- Play, "Gondoliers," by Gilbert Sullivan Theater, at Tucson Music Center, 330 S. Scott. (Through Sunday with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.) Charge for admission. Tickets at center. Smith Would Tighten Up Liquor Code PHOENIX (AP)-Atty. Gen. Darrell Smith wants to amend the liquor code so that licensees who violate another section of the criminal statutes can automatically be stripped of their permits. Smith said this week that he was writing a letter to legislative leader asking their support for the amendment. The attorney general said it would provide for suspending or revoking liquor licenses on premises on which any section of the criminal code is violated, including laws against gambling or gaming devices. A specific prohibition against gaming operations by licensees was dropped about 1950, Smith said. It would extremely effective, Smith said, because a simple warning to most licensees would bt sufficient to ensure few violations. Presidential Race Review Church Topic A full-scale review of the coming presidential campaign in both the Democratic and Republican races is scheduled for Sunday evening at Christ Methodist Church, 655 N. Craycroft Road. Local Democratic and Republican leaders will be members of a panel discussion at 8 p.m. Moderator will be Dr. Clifford M. Lytle, associate professor of government at the University of Arizona. State Democratic Chairman Richard Duffield will speak for President Johnson and Dr. John E. Crow for Sen. Eugene McCarthy. Crow is r a UA government research specialist and chairman of Arizona Democrats for McCarthy. Republican City Vice Chairman Emmett McLoughlin will speak for Richard Nixon. Dr. Conrad Joyner, professor of government at the UA, also will speak. Each speaker will have 10 minutes. A straw vote will be taken. The meeting, sponsored by the congregation's commission on Christian social concerns, is open to the public. FACT To Hear County Attorney County Atty. William Schafer III will be guest speaker for the Thursday meeting of Favoring American Constitutional Truths (FACT) and the Pima County Crime Council, a private organization under the auspices of FACT. The 8 p.m. session wil! be held at the Fraternal Order of Police Hall, 4932 E. Speedway Blvd., and is open to the public. The crime council was organized by a group of citizens interested in the prevention of crime to protect themselves, their homes, families and the community. PAGE 39 A. J. Bay less T/oax, J/o*ne m ·AV: TURKEYS m m CHUCK ROAST m m Top Frost Brand. U.S.D.A. Grade "A" ROUND STEAK Blade Cut. Supreme Value Selected Beef LB. Supreme Value Selected Beef U.S.D.A. Government Inspected LB. I BONELESS m RUMP ROAST m Xv? :S:S SUPREME VALUE SELECTED BEEF LB. FOOD CLUB WESSON COTTAGE AU_ GrRJNDS FOR COOKING or SALADS. 24 oz. BOTTLE. NANCY JANE. QUART CARTON. 1-LB. CAM GET GOLD BOND STAMPS FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE GET GOLD BOND STAMPS FREE WITH EVERY PURCHASE WHOLE APRICOTS COOC ROB1M. UMPEELtD, BlCr MS Zf'z CAN. SALTINE CRACKERS HY-TIME. FRESH, CRISP, TASTY. BIT O' HOMBY CORN CREAM 01- WHOLE KERNEL, lib oz.CAMS. I-LB. t \ ASPARA6US9Q« FRESH, AIL GREEK nnniinunvuti IB. Crisp, Nutty Celery. , 10 PRICES GOOD MAR. 7-3-9-10 TUCSON ONLY LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED

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