Citizen Times, December 2, 1965

Citizen Times

December 02, 1965

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Issue date: Thursday, December 2, 1965

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Publication name: Citizen Times

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Pages available: 3,462

Years available: 1964 - 1968

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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - December 2, 1965, Cedar Rapids, Iowa STC PU8UC DEC Complete Weather Fbrecast Call 362-1W WE WILL INFORM THE PUBLIC WITHOUT FEAR OR FAVOR Per COPY EMpire 5-6078 IV A Journal Of Faci And Opinion 606 4th Avenue South East o. XXVI Published in December 2, 1965 SEVEN YEARS OF TICKETS WITH A SMILE HULA HOOPS AND FIRISTATIOHS A Citizen-Times Wod, Mad WorW Feature By Tom Kuncl Like hula hoop manu- facturers and Eds el dealers, the City Council may be faced after January 1 with the dilemna of what to do with something that no one seems to want or need anymore. Should the council act favorably oji Fire Chief Jesse Hunter's recommendat- ion that two of the city's fire stations now in oper- ation be closed, the number of empty fire stat- ions in the city will rise to three, counting the spanking new fire station built in Cedar Hills and remaining unmanned. It may be a world'.s record, but even if it isn't, the problem remains of.what to do with at least two buildings, designed and built to house fire engines and firemen and soon to be empty. A municipal court judge has come up with one suggestion for putting the facilities to use in the event they become idle. Judge Howard Me