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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - November 9, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaIowa s Independent newspaper subscriptions a year in Cedar rapids a year out of town. Citizen times Wenty four published weekly in Cedar rapids Iowa s largest weekly Cedar rapids offices 901 4th Street so. Phone 365-6078. Advises credit Edvun by John Sinor foggy evenings around Seaside Suburbia. A Cool Smoky Mist drifts in from the Gray Pacific winds through th6 neighbourhood and makes romantic Little halos of Light around the Street lamps. Fog turns the landscape into , mystery world. It turns traffic off but poets on. A thick fog provides a Good Deal of fodder for the poetic crowd. The fog comes on Little cat said Carl san Rydburg. In t that Beauty said most of the rest of the world. The Only ones who did t say it were the other poets. They were Busy kicking themselves for not thin King of such a simple line i went for a Short walk through the fog the other evening. There s a sort of Cobblestone Street in the Fri perfect for this dark Willow limbs hang Low Over the sidewalk. Giving the Street an eerie european effect. I put on the old Trench coat thrust my hands into the pockets and let a lighted cigarette Dangle from my lips. I walked slowly through the Mist. And i swear i could hear zither strains in the background Only ran into one Sinis Ter looking character All evening. But he turned out to be just the paper boy out collecting. Foggy november nights. And the holidays Are creeping up on us. On Little cat feet you might say we survived Hallow Een although the car windows became a minor statistic. Now the big problem up setting Many households is what to do about thanksgiving. Whether to stay Home or go visiting if to stay to invite his folks or hers. Or both sides. And you know How that works if to go to go without offending anybody. It s no simple problem. And if you can work it out smoothly you be got one thing to be truly thankful for. Meanwhile there Are walnuts to crack and apples to buy and fire continued on Page 2. 66 Stop ads and get out of Iowa social group gets together to work Sigma chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Busy with Christmas project you can quit Advertis ing and get out of the state of and that gentle Reader is what attorney general Law rence Scalise has riot so gently told a lawyer re presenting credit advis ors inc. It readers with any consumer comp i Ai its should Contact the attorney generals in i nes pictured at. A recent meeting is the e girls Are working on clothes for dolls that will be give ii to the under privileged at Christmas. Story and More pictures on Page six. Photo by a. W. Grant. Good students get Driver s insurance break Good grades pay and the payoff is getting higher and higher All the time. Traditionally the payers of the highest automobile insurance me Young men Between 16 and 25 have proven that Good grades and Good Dri ving go hand in hand so they re being rewarded with As much As a 25 per cent discount on insurance rates. State farm insurance company program four years ago and now some Young men across the nation Are taking advantage of maintaining Good grades. To qualify for a Good student discount with this company the Driver must prove his High scholarship by one of three measuring Sticks first he ranks in the continued on Page 7. News of servicemen gunner s mate first class David j. Houtz. Us son of or Jehiras Houtz of 321 34rd st., be Cedar rapids Iowa has returned to Mayport fla., As a Crew member of attack aircraft Carr Ier Saratoga after a six month deployment with the . Sixth Fleet the Saratoga was in the Mediterranean participating with a task group which was responsible for the military defense of the area and the discouragement of aggressive Dis orders. During this time the men and material aboard the Carrier were constantly being tested. Many exercises were held with other ships of the . Navy and navies of the nato countries in the area As a part of our commitment to our ail ies since the end of world War ii. Also during the cruise the ship visited foreign ports whose names sounded Back into history promoting a civic action program and our people to people program. Continued on Page 2. Culver wins but what happened to democrats the widespread defeat of democratic candidates in Linn county and Iowa leaves us a Little Over whelmed As Only three men on goes team won re elect Ion including Hughes it. Governor Fulton and treasurer Pau Franzen Burg. Only two democratic congressmen Neal Smith and John Culver will go Back to Washington along with gop regained four of the five seats lost in 1964. In Linn county the democratic organization made a big push to re Gister voters and get them to the polls in an off year election. Analysis of the precinct vote will Tell who voted and who stayed Home. But it appears that get Ting out the vote was not the whole Story in Linn county. Evidently there is real dissatisfaction continued on Page 4. Scalise filed a petition last week asking that Cre Dit advisors inc., 610 guaranty building and its office in Davenport be stopped from representing themselves As qualified and expert debt and companies., until i Etu 5 their in City arid Waterloo were also named in the suit. The attorney for the de troit based firm had asked Scalise what the com Pany could do to get this straightened they got the above ans wer which roughly Tran slated Means forget it. Scalise contends that the firm misrepresents the terms and conditions of contracts for their ser vices in advertising and the negotiation of Contr acts. In an interview with the citizen times last week the Iowa attorney general Sumer fraud Laws passed by the 1965 legislature May have been violated. He cited High interest rates on the firm s fees and said that clients of the company were being charged for a service that they could provide for themselves. In the past persons who contracted with credit advisors were required to make a Deposit with the company according to Scalise. The attorney general said that he would be interested in hearing from persons who had dealt with the company in the past and did not get their deposits Back. Continued on Poge 9 no material or pictures May be reprinted from the citizen times without express permission from the publisher. All material copy righted

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