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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - December 7, 1966, Cedar Rapids, Iowa1 Vav i a j Iowa s Independent newspaper out of town. Citizen times Iowa s largest weekly volume Ftp number Twenty three published weekly in Cedar rapids december 7, 1966 by John sino citizen times urges Boundary changes see editorial Page 5 66 opposition forces postponement plastic Bells Neon lights funny underweight santas. It s Christmas to i me in the City. The pre Christmas Days in a Metropolis shake me up pretty badly. I want to brim with soggy nostalgia this time of year. But High voltage stars of Bethlehem on top of building make it difficult for me to reach the mood i m reaching for. It s nobody s fault. We have to have cities. And people in cities have to have Christmas too. But the soft Flicker of a single Christmas Candle would cast More of a glow on the season for me. Certainly More than a Power display using enough wattage to boost utilities up 2 to and what Ever happened to Santa Claus i saw him on a Corner the other Day. Looked like he d been trapped in a continued on Page 12 he made me an offer Mimi Hunter More court action Mimi Hunter is pre paring to invade the Law courts again. The for Mer go go dancer it will be recalled recently won de Facto the right to a cab operator s License in the face of police chief Matias s objection. Presently however al taxi company to which she applied for work has turned Down her re quest. In the Wake of this decision Mimi is considering a Law suit against the company for Wanton discrimination. A letter sent to Mimi from the company St ated its reasons for re fusing to hire her. It stated that she was too attractive and Small for the position and that Many situations which arise in driving a cab could cause her to be placed in jeopardy. Especially pertinent to this Issue were any tavern continued on Page 14 of Boundary decision j. W. Grant Harry Mullen brought of the attention of the school Board or. Spence and or Hagland statistics concerning the flow of traffic during the Rush hours. Above left John , Vedar rapids attorney spoke on behalf of the opposes to the plan above night High school student Gregg Taylor had been appointed by the class of both High schools to act As their spokesman. News of Marine private Ric Gingerich son of or. And mrs. Harlan Gingerich of 1020 a. Ave., Cedar rapids Iowa was graduated from eight weeks of recruit training at the Marine corps recruit depot he re. Seaman apprentice kit d. Segriff user son of or. And mrs. Robert c. Segriff of 1218-33rd st., be Cedar rapids Iowa is participating in naval com Bat operations As a or a member aboard the seventh Fleet attack aircraft Carrier uss Franklin d. Roosevelt aviation machinist s mate third class Bill h. Knebel us son of or. And mrs. Francis c. Knebel of 900 Pawnee drive Cedar rapids Iowa has just returned to the United states after an eight month vietnamese cruise in the Western Pacific aboard the aircraft car Rier uss intrepid. He is attached to attack squad Dron-95, a member of attack Carrier air Wing ten. While in the Wes Tern Pacific he spent a total of 103 Days off the coast of Vietnam. During this period att ack Squadron-95 flew combat sorties in North and South Viet Nam dropping pounds of ordnance. Marine pvt. Leonard l. Pfeifer son of or. And mrs. Lumir Pfeifer of 419 Lith Street new Cedar rapids Iowa has graduated from eight weeks of recruit train ing at the Marine corps recruit depot Here. At a meeting of the s Choo ibo Ard monday night the new Boundary lines for the Kennedy High school and a re port concerning from which areas Kennedy would draw its students was presented by superintendent Arnold Salis Bury. At the same meet ing attorney John Reilly proposed an alternative plan which would disrupt the Boundary lines presently arrived at and would provide that students from the East Side of Cedar rapids alone attend the new school. Or. Salisbury s main Point entered around the level of student capacity for the various he contended continued on Page 14 it at Des Moines meeting technology theology and human values by Theodore Johnson concern Over the Impact of Tec Nocial adv ances automation on human and spiritual values was shown by Iowa Church men last wednesday As several Hundred minis ters and laymen met in the first Baptist Church in Des Moines at a conference called by the Iowa Council of churches to discuss the subject. Addresses by or. Dwayne Orton education director of ism corporation and or. Howard Bowen presid ent of the University of Iowa were featured in the morning session. Approaching the problem from different bases both speakers Arr ived at the common conclusion that technology can be an Agency to free and elevate Man rather than to enslave and degrade him the real problem being Wise use of the tools of technology. In his address on technology and the Chur continued on Page 6

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