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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - December 14, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaPublic la Barf Cedar rapids Iowa s Independent newspaper subscriptions a year in Cedar rapids a year out of town. Iowa s largest weekly Cedar rapids offices 901 4th Street so. Phone 365-6078. Five number Twenty four in Cedar rapids december 14, 1966 americana by John is nor i 66 Gray dreary Days around this Man s Castle. Steady Rains belting the Daylight out of our Days. However a touch of brightness comes into my mornings. The King has been getting breakfast in bed. Served by two Daugh ters barely tall enough to see the top of the stove. But these cupcakes have tinsel in their eyes these Days. Santa Glaus is coming to town. And you would be amazed How the King s Stock goes up when this news gets around. The King is such a kindly father. How would the King like breakfast in bed Long live the King certainly until Christmas at least this is a carte Blanche i can order anything my heart de As Long As my heart desires either cold Cereal or eggs. That is the full break fast repertoire of these two Young ladies. Cold Cereal eggs. They Haven t taken Home economics yet. They Are barely out of Finger painting however i will say this. When these two female moppets get their Heads together Over a Kitchen pan they can do things to the Ord cont. On Page 12 false arrest charged asked charges of false Arr est false imprisonment and malicious prosecution were filed this morning with the Linn county clerk of court by attorneys Robert Fassler and Alan Kane against Mildred l. Mor Gan of 1736 c ave win Cedar rapids. Plantiff in the suit is j. W. Grant owner of the citizen times newspaper Grant will seek damages be cause of an alleged incident that took place on or about february 25, 1966. According to Grants attorneys he was wrongfully Arr ested on a charge of bail jumping and was cont. On Page 16 court labels . Action unlawful Rees ruling favors Cedar rapids steel transport Rhoto w. Grant in beached for comment in of the Naffer. We uppers during the course Rhey tells legion Viet vets deserve tax break veterans of the Viet Nam War and their de pendent relatives should be accorded the same exemption As the state of Iowa allows veterans of world War ii and the korean conflict accor Ding to state senator dems and reps attend servicemen . In . News of senator Tom Riley Tom Riley addressing the Amer ican legion in Cedar rapids. Tuesday even ing. State senator Riley called for passage of legislation which would allow a exemption for personal or real property subject to pro Perty taxation for any member of the military cont on Page 16 Marine private first class John e. Pow ers son of or. And mrs. George b. Pow ers of 1111 22nd ave., so Cedar rapids Iowa is serving first battalion seventh mar Ine first Marine division Tchula South Vietnam. The battalion is engaged in search and destroy miss ions against the enemy and a determined Effort to win the people to the Side of the legitimate government of South i sonar technician Bill l. Charipar son of or. And mrs. Andrew Charipar of 420 39th Street n.e., Cedar rapids Iowa is Home on leave from key West Florida. He is Home for two weeks. He has just completed eleven weeks of sonar school. Electrician s mate second class Rick. On son of or. And e. Of sicken of 1013 eight Cedar rapids Iowa is a Crew member aboard the continued on Page 7 _ Joan Lipsky representative elect from Linn county has just returned from washing ton d. C., where she attended the National conference of state legislators sponsored by the National committee for support of the Public representative Joan Lipsky schools. This Confer ence was attended by representatives of the Legislatures of All 50 St ates. Five members of the Iowa legislature at tended. In addition to mrs. Lipsky they Are Leroy Peterson r. Or Keith Dunton d. Sena Tor John p. Kibbie d. Cont. On Page 16 Linn county District court ruled monday against the Iowa comm Erce commission in its attempt to revoke the truck operator permit of Cedar rapids steel transportation inc. The ruling filed by judge Warren Rees permanently enjoins the revocation order issued by the commission december 21, 1964. A previous order requiring the local trucking firm to cease and de Sist its operations also was declared null and void. Cost s operations affected by the permit have continued under an order issued by the co Urt january 7, 1965, stating the effective Date of concludes that fully conducting itself As an irregular route Carrier under its truck operator and found the commission s decisions regarding re vocation of the permit to be not reasonable equitable or it also cites actions by the commission against Cost As arbitrary Ca Pricious unlawful or without foundation. Upon reviewing cited cases related to this Issue judge Rees set cont. On Page 5 c. R. Teen club salutes c. R. Police from Bob Dau Zauer general supervisor of the Cedar rapids teen club comes this mess age while teenagers from new York to Calif Ornia were indiscriminately throwing rocks and bottles at. The Law enforcement agencies of our nation during this year of 1966, a Large club of teenagers in Cedar rapids Iowa were Busy preparing for the presentation of a plaque to its police department for excellent service to this Community throughout the years. This youth club which recently changed its name from Cedar rapids dance club inc. Cont. On Page 5

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