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Daily Dispatch, The (Newspaper) - October 3, 1975, Douglas, Arizona Arizona Briefs Until Oct. 10 .HOAG looked on him, lit1 wits iifnild. and IVIillt Is II I.lull'.' And IIP said iinlo him, Tliv prayers and (hint- iilnis lire conic up lor 11 iniMiiorfnl before (itul." Acts Don't Ihink for a moment thai your prnyers arc hanging up there in mid nir, Soimilimes when we Ihink we have missed the mark completely, we have just (he petition Ihnl He will swer in accordance with Ills will nnd for our good. Prny nil "lU'licvc Mrs. Levra said Ihey could not appoint any more. It was suggested thai educators be appointed by the school board as at-large members. Three vacancies exist on the ETF: Jaramillo, Mrs. Dolores Gooch and Mrs. Harrietle Glenn resigned for various reasons. To take his place Jaramillo suggested Joe Ortega, head of the Upward Bound program at Cochise College be appointed. The Ihird lellcr was Saul Soils, principal of Sarah Marley School, requesting his name be resubmitted for ETF membership. The matter was turned over lo (he School Board. Party upsets Sen. Carlson PHOENIX (API-A Mesa Republican says a cocktail parly planned by Gov. Raul Caslro in Ihe state Capitol Oct. 17 is illegal and "in very poor laste." State Rep. Donna Carlson disagreed Thursday wilh a slale liquor conlrol official who said Ihe party would be legal. "I really believe it's in violation of the Mrs. Carlson said. The law makes it illegal for a person consume spirituous liquor from a broken package in a public place..." Mrs. Carlson said she polled police in Mesa, Tempe and Phoenix and the Deparlmenl of Public Safely, and all said Ihey would arrest or cile a person drinking liquor from a cup or glass in a public place. The Oct. 1" parly, honoring Prescoll arlists Don Polland and Ray Swanson, is to be held in the lobby of the new State Capitol. Secretary of State Wesley Bolin, who has held thai office since 1949, said he could nol remember any parties In the capitol, not even impromptu ones in legislator's offices, at which liquor was served. Arizona Town Hall speakers named PHOENIX-One of the nation's leading sociologists and Iwo Arizonans with extensive legal backgrounds will address Town Hall. dress Iho problem of crime from Iho prosecutor's point of view, was elected county attorney last November and is nlsu administrator of the newly created Arizona Drug Conlrol District. Judge Ogfi cuiTeritly serves as chairman of the Arizona Criminal Code Commission. Me will speak on the current revision of Ihc Criminal Code being prepared for presentation lo the next session of the1 Arizona Legislature, A record number of Ihe Keynote speaker will he Dr. Hoberl Martinson, associate professor of sociology. City College of the City University of New York. Dr. Martinson, who recently stilted on national television lhal our criminal rehabilitation system is nol working, will discuss criminal trealmenl and rehabilitation. Pimn County Attorney, Dennis DeConcini, will speak nl a luncheon on Oct. Kl, and the Honorable Jack Oftfi, Jurist1 of Die Arizona Com-l of Appeals will speak at the Tuesday luncheon. persons will participate in the Oct. 12-15 meeting at Ihe Grand Canyon. Discussion and sludy will be on "The Problem of Crimp in Do We Solve Names of the participants were announced today by William P. llciily of Phoenix, president of Ihe Arizona Academy of Public Affairs, sponsor of Ihc semi- annual Town Hall meetings. The throe-day mooting will culminate in a plenary session lo debate, amend and adopt Hie final report which ihen will be made available to I he unblic. Cochise County par- ticipants include: Marcus T. Ncely, board chairman, Walker Development Co. Willcox; M.P. Scanlon, assistant (o Ihc senior vice president, Pholps Dodge and Jock D. Spikes, rancher, stale's Inbor, husinoss, professional and Rovprn- men till Itwlm IKIVP ac- cepted inviinlinns lo the 27th Arl7.onn Town Hall, In- cluding ihrec from Cochlsc ('oiiiilv Morn lhan 125
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