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Cedar Rapids Citizen Newspaper Archives Jan 1 1964, Page 1

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Cedar Rapids Citizen, The (Newspaper) - January 1, 1964, Cedar Rapids, IowaThe Cedar Jan. 1, 1964 Page 3 ave. Of Cedar rapids Hultman flings Fedora into 64 governor contest . Man will direct Campaign Evan l. Curly Hultman Jones says he is very optimistic the first hopeful hat of the 1964 race was thrown into the ring monday morning with the announce ment by Evan l. Curly Hultman that he would seek the Republican nomination for governor. Hultman Iowa s 38 year old attorney general has been mentioned As a gop Hughes democratic governor possibility for some time. He of. Iowa and a popular and had been expected to aim dynamic campaigner in the ounce his candidacy shortly november elections. After thanksgiving but de Hultman s Campaign manager played it because of the is Bob Jones Cedar rapids Kennedy assignation. Executive and Active gop Hultman a Phi Beta Kapa strategy planner. In an sex scholar and a member of the elusive interview with Jones University of Iowa inter nation the. Citizen asked him to Al debate team has promised assess Hultman s chances in to make the fight for governor november one that Iowa will remember. We. Are very although no official announce Jones said Hultman will ment has yet been made the carry a dynamic Campaign to chances Are certain that the. People of Iowa. He is Hultman will be facing Harold Young intelligent and a Man that Urban and Rural factions can both support Jones pointed to Hultman s record As attorney general and said Hultman has had the experience that will make him an excellent administrator and As attorney general has worked closely with and understands the Workings of the legislative Branch As Well As any Man in round one of a Battle that will become a lot noisier and a great Deal More heated be fore november of new year Rolls around. On Tylo Call pm 5-6042 for subscriptions Avenue South West citizen vol. Fol no. I published weekly in Cedar rapids Iowa bearly believable january 1, 1964 beat quota Linn county continues at j one of the leading counties in Iowa in percentage of quota attained in the sales of and h United states saying s Bonds. Little miss or . Citizen announced Cedar Rands had an unusual guest Over the weekend who looked mighty mean but was As Friendly As a Kitten. Vic the Bruiser was a Stellar attraction at Thel wrestling matches at the coliseum. Vic likes cookies and the town while not the wildest place he visited in his career was bearable. Savings Bond chairman shows november sales of making an eleven month total of 537, 771 for 111% of the county s 1963 quota. Sixteen co ties in the state have sold More Bonds in eleven months than the quota assigned for the entire year. Meaghan said i am indeed proud that Linn county residents have shown their willingness to support the Bond program in such an outstand ing sales of series e and h Bonds in Iowa for november were giving the state a total of for 89% of the 1963 goal. Bad week it s been a bad week for a owned by Agnes Scrivens 1012 h Avenue new mrs. Scrivens reported to police that the a 1953 Mercury has been under attack by vandals for a week. Early in the week someone put a fourteen Inch slash in the roof with a Sharp instrument. Oft Friday the fuses from the Heater were taken out. Later that same Day the vandals struck again letting the air out of the tires and putting Snow in the Gas tank. Mrs. Scrivens gave of seers the name of a person she thought might be doing the damage and police Are investigating. Diane Marie Rehak 1820 k St . Age 2 Here they winners you be been waiting for. After we at the citizen spent weeks counting and tabulating the flood of ballots the winners have been decided. Little miss . Citizen is Diane Marie Rehak 1820 k Street so. Her companion the first Little or. . Citizen is Doug Rehak 330 Sunset court so. Two year old Diane is the daughter of or. And mrs. Don Rehak five year old Doug Douglas Rehak 330 Sunset court . Age 5 is the son of or. And mrs. Milo Rehak. Both winners will receive their gift certificates by mail. The citizen had a lot of fun with this contest. We d like to thank the Many parents who entered the contest and the thousands of our readers who cast their votes and made the Choice. We Hope to make the contest an annual event. Entrants who wish their picture returned May Stop by the citizen office and pick . Extra help needed when Charles Hubbell gets mad he really gets mad. Mad enough to require three squad cars of police to sub due hindu Hubbell 36, was involved in an altercation with his wife a brother and two other men at 1101 6th Streese. Police who answered the Call were forced to Send for assistance to quell Hubbell. He was taken to St. Luke s psychiatric Ward where it was determined that he was suffering from delirium tremors

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