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Citizen Times Newspaper Archives Jan 13 1966, Page 1

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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - January 13, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaDoes not circulate attacks becoming More vicious another feared this weekend every evening of a business Day hundreds of working girls and married women head homeward to the Rooming houses apartment houses and Small dwellings which sur round the downtown District. But mid Winter s Early dusk has Lent an almost frighten ing air to the walk Home for the business District s female employees. Usual thought of planning a supper or deciding what to Wear on a Date that night anticipating a hot Bath or a Long weekend have been overpowered by the realization that eight women have been attacked cont. Page 16 Complete weather forecast Call 362-1171 we will inform the Public without fear or favor per copy Empire 5-6078 a journal of fad and opinion 606 4th Avenue South East volume 5 number 2 published weakly in cador january 13, 1966 Golden. Agers May form own Bowling league. Reduced rates will Benefit elderly our photographed did t take this picture the car was driving East on 4th ave., but because the Driver decided to turn left at the tracks and did. Park Kaiser right gives two of the Golden agers some instructions on the paper Way to hold a bowing Ball. Or Kaiser spoke to the group and also spent much of the evening giving individual -nstruct.ons. More pictures on Page 8. Photos by Bill Burns o o Roro t t 1 o p. O p so a. 0 v w c p3 of on 00 to local Clergyman has Cross that was gift from Czar Nicholas. Story in on Page 7 Bowling enthusiast Mary bees picks up her Bowling shoes As she prepares to join the Over 55 years Young crowd at at the foul line. The first Christmas picture of 66 is this Pic. Of the muscular dystrophy took place Over the Holiday

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