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Citizen Times Newspaper Archives Jul 20 1966, Page 1

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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - July 20, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaA i. Jul scene local 238 pickets at new Post office a widow Speaks of a Young Man s sacrifice the army Tias per formed its most glorious deeds while serving on foreign soil helping other Freedom seeking nations to repel the tide of aggression. Yett is often difficult to understand Why. A nation must make this awesome request of her toll and to die on Distant shores while aiding an --.i. Office or. Wayne Overhulser employee of r. G. Smith contracting a pickets the new Cedar rapids Post office building in protest of violations of Smith s con tract with teamsters local 238 of Cedar rapids _ Secretary treasurer of continued Page 7, 5 Cargill Ralph Drake president of local 9 of the Amer ican federation of Grain Millers reported that monday s All Day bargain ing session at the Mont Rose hotel with Cargill representatives hard con t in Empire 5-6078 volume five number nine a Joa Raal of fact Aid published weekly in Cedar rapids to set .1 times add Mother is hot t by to Burden to taxpayers Culver Calls for la _ i i Leural i 606 4th Avenue South East ambition army Vietnam and commander _ . Mil itary assistance Mand Vietnam a Young widow expressed her understanding of this Neces sity. In the following excerpts from her letter there is a remarkable courage and patriotism and a maturity far beyond her 17 we were married one month and 24 Days when he died. I loved Tommy and Hanow he died for a purpose. He told me Over continue a1 on Page 4 mothers drawing Aid children gotten together recently men Are incensed that to form an organization they have the Burden of designed to improve their raising the family and lot through self help. Led acting As both parents while absent legally separated or divorced Hus bands fall further behind on child support pay ments. Adding to this frustration is the seem ing inability of the Legal system to find a Way to by mrs. Judi Schappert 1519 o ave. N.w., the group seeks to change the image of the add Mother in the pub Lic mind. They Hopo also to have some influence on policies governing their Grants. One of their first acts was to obtain make these men Page 4 pay Jeff seniors raise funds Bur sements an individual receives for moving expenses when he is transferred by his company. Funds which employees receive to cover their moving expenses Are now held to be taxable As in come the congressman explained even though they have realized no actual income but Are Only being reimbursed for expenses incurred As part of their Job. Culver s legislation will exempt from taxable in come Only actual reimbursements paid by an employer for reasonable moving expenses if the taxpayer has been pm news of Busy on one of Many projects to raise Money for the senior son High school in August Are Candy at n Grimm s Conoho station 1st ave., and 5th st., so this Friday for another car Wash and will have a bake Sale at Robinson s wholesale saturday Pri vate first class Steven r. Alt son of or. And mrs. Robert m. Alt 368 25th ave., place was a warded the purple heart medal for wounds received during combat operations with the third marines in Vietnam. Pfc Alt a member of company Marine regiment third Marine division is primarily employed in Day a Day and night patrols pm Bushes and extended search and destroy operations against the Viet Cong. Job. He said that the exceptions would include expenses for moving House hold goods and personal effects travelling within the Continental United states including meals and lodging to the new residence and certain costs incurred in Chang ing of housing. The congressman noted that in addition to assist ing individual employees such legislation would Al so help to minimize personnel shortages which now exist in Many parts of the country by eliminating one of the major drawbacks to moving from one location to an other servicemen Corpus chre3ti, Tex. Midshipman second class Michael b. Flaherty a student at Iowa state University son of or. And mrs. John Fla Herty of 1288 33rd st., be is attending a three week aviation Field trip at the naval. Air station Corpus Texas. The trips Are designed to give midshipmen a Gen eral picture of the naval flight training pro Gram to Aid them in the continued on Page 4

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