October 25, 1968 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER GOOD SCOUTS of gri scouting. The new New Liebeslieder Waltzes of Johannes Brahms and Brigham Young University composer Merrill Bradshaws Three Songs on Verses by Emily Dickinson will be fea- tured in the g concert of the Ralph Woodward Chorale in the Provo THE UNIFORMS WERE MUCH MORE RESTRICTIVE AND HEAVIER THAN TODAY. Mrs. Herbert hoover, a girl scout LEADER IN THE TWENTIES.IS SHOWN IN HER UNIFORM OF A BELTED JACKET, IONS FULL SKIRT AND BRCAP-BRIMME- D HAT. ector, Dr. Ralph Woodward, led the BYU A Cappella Chorus to first place last summer in the ' season-openin- TJhe include several teachers of music and volcalists who have sung lead roles with the Utah Valley Opera Company and the BYU and other choruses. The ensemble mingles male and female voices together, achieving a different musical effect from that produced by choruses with the conventional grouping by Ralph Woodward Chorale opens in Provo Tabernacle October 28 vamasas (Jntue earu days Page Five girls on a camping TRIP INTHETWENHES T BELTED WORE A BLOUSE WITH Tabernacle on Monday evening, October 28, 1988, at 8:15 p.m. FULL-CU- NECKERCHIEF. The chorale, now in its fourth year, has attracted widening interest since its di- 34-voi- ce LESS WERE ENCASED IN KNICKERS. prestigious International Eisteddfod at Llangollen, Wales. In addition to four public concerts in Provo, the chorale will appear on the Dixie College and Snow College fine arts series during its 1968-6- 9 season. A performing and recording tour into Southern California is also projected. parts. The Senate and House, voting on separate bills, have approved the principle of Secret protection for all presidential candidates. 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Homecoming at Y features top entertainers Americas fourth and funniest presidential candidate, Fat Paulsen, will be featured at Brigham Young Universitys Homecoming concert Thursday, October 24, at 8:30 p.m. in the The First Edition, popular group, will provide the musical entertainment for the evening. Known for its precision harmony and melodic tunes, the group features Mike Settle, Kenny Rogers, Terry Williams, and Thelma Lo Comanche. They have performed on national television and are st currently conducting a tour. Fieldhouse Frolics, this year featuring top student entertainers from several of the acclaimed BYU touring groups, will be presented Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:30 p.m. coast-to-coa- Next to the love of God, the love of country is the best pre- ventive of crime He who is proud of his country will be particularly cautious not to do anything which is calculated to disgrace it George Barrow President Johnson has selected a panel to study the causes of violence the sort that struck down Senator Robert F. Kennedy. The nine-memb- er special commission is headed by Dr. Milton S. Eisenhower. "Unless the nation turns to God and has a moral and spiritual bath, I think American democracy is in deep peril. . Billy Graham, evengelist. Political Advertisement Sponsored by VOLUNTEERS FOR LLOYD Phil Bullen, Chairman ATTENTION ALL REGISTERED VOTERS: sad-face- folk-roc- k votofedmlinVnfnuiuW. U Smith Fieldhouse. d The television comedian, who skyrocketed to fame on the Smothers Brothers television series, is expected to continue his mock-driv- e for the presidency using his now famous satires on the American scene. 00,000 lot in the Smith Fieldhouse. Following the show Friday, the annual Homecoming dance will be held at six different locations. Highlight of the dance will be the presentation of the Homecoming royalty. Homecoming Parade" will climax the celebration at 9:30 a.m. in downtown Provo, followed by Universityof Texas-BYfootball game in the stadium at 1:30 p.m. In conformity with State Statute , Clyde L. Miller , Secretary of State of the State of Utaht has qualified the following Initiative Petition to be placed on the November 5th , 1968 General Election Ballot. AN ACT RELATING TO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; AMENDING THE LIQUOR CONTROL ACT BY ADDING A NEW CHAPTER 9 TO TITLE 32, UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, TO BE KNOWN AS THE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES CONTROL ACT OF 1968; PROVIDING FOR THE SALE AND DISPENSING OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY THE INDIVIDUAL DRINK ON LICENSED PREMISES BY LICENSEES REGULATED AND CONTROLLED BY APPROPRIATE AUTHORITY; PROVIDING FOR LICENSING OF HOTELS, RESORT HOTELS, RESTAURANTS AND CLUBS; SETTING FORTH THE QUALIFICATIONS OF LICENSEES AND THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH LICENSES ARE TO BE ISSUED, RENEWED, REISSUED, SUSPENDED AND CANCELLED; PROHIBITING THE SALE OR DISPENSING BY LICENSEES OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES TO AND THE POSSESSION, PURCHASE OR CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES BY PERYEARS OF AGE; SONS UNDER TWENTY-ON- E PROHIBITING THE SALE OR DISPENSING OF LIQUOR BY THE PACKAGE OR BOTTLE BY LICENSEES AND CLUBS AND THE CONSUMPTION OF LIQUOR FROM ANY PACKAGE OR BOTTLE IN LIQUOR INITIATIVE PETITION ANY UNLICENSED CLUB OR PUBLIC PLACE AND CONTAINING OTHER PROHIBITIONS ON THE SALE, DISPENSING, TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE, PURCHASE AND CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES; RESTRICTING THE LOCKER CLUB SYSTEM; PROVIDING FOR ENFORCEMENT OF ALL STATE AND LOCAL LIQUOR LAWS BY ALL LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS; PROVIDING FOR PROHIBITION OF THE SALE OR DISPENSING OF LIQUOR BY LICENSEES IN LOCALITIES WHICH VOTE TO DO SO; AMENDING SECTIONS UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, UTAH CODE AND REPEALING SECTIONS ANNOCODE UTAH ANNOTATED 1953, BY CHAPTER 25, LAWS TATED 1953, AS AMENDED UTAH OF UTAH 1955, CHAPBY ENACTED AS CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AND TER 25, LAWS OF UTAH 1955, UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, SECTION UTAH CODE ANNOTATED 1953, AS AMENDED BY CHAPTER 26. LAWS OF UTAH 1967 AND SECTIONS UTAH CODE ANNOAND 32-1-- 6, 32-1-1- 32-1-2- 9, 32-4-1- 7, 32-8-2- 8, 6, 32-8-4- 32-8-5- 16-6-1- 16-6-13.- 3, 3, 16-6-13- .2, 1, 3, 16-6-- 14 16-6-1- 11-10- 11-10-- 2, TATED 6, 32-8-5- 9, 32-8-4- 7, 11-10- -3 11-10-- 5, -1 4, 1953. A An Act providing for control and limited licensing of qualified restaurants, hotels and private clubs for sale of liquor by the drink and providing for local option prohibiting the same; prohibiting consumption of liquor in providpublic facilities except liquor purchased by the drink from licensees, Control of certain acts of local authorities and the Liquor ing for Commission; authorizing supplemental state and local regulation, requiring from public officers to enforce all liquor laws and providing funds therefor license fees; prohibiting undesirable practices including sale of liquor to minors; and providing for license revocation and penalties for violations. FOR court-revie- w CLYDE L. MILLER Secretary of State AGAINST Electors desiring to vote "for the proposed Act shall place a cross within the square following the word "For" and tiirae desiring to vote "against shall place a cross within the square following the word Against"