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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - November 21, 1968, Cedar Rapids, IowaCedar rapids pub Library 423 3rd ave. Be volume or number 46 deep River nov. 2j, Jug editorial consider this today is the beginning of a new Epa for the citizen times i after several years of ups and Downs a few Good issues and issues some Large some Small sometimes none All issues now is the real ginning of production and pro Gress for the citizen times there is nothing big or splashing about this paper just a Small beginning which we Hope will provide greater scope and voice for the Many isolated individuals in Cedar rapids and the Linn county area. is our aim to provide a source for accurate information newsworthy articles _ and timely features the of Cedar rapids the heart of Linn county. Honest and objective report ing of current events both v Large and Small will be our standards. is our belief that news comes from Many sources not just City Hall or the county court House the local Pat the neighbourhood social clubs As Well As the problems of the individual in this Ever moving and changing world we Hope to provide a vehicle for action direction in the Progress of Cedar rapids and Linn county. T i consider is a role Jones creates Flap Over teen booze sex and marijuana Charles Jones Lay theologian of immaculate Conception Cath Olic Church created a Smalt sensation tuesday by Tell no the Exchange club that he could Tell of 25 places where minors could buy intoxicating beverages in Cedar rapids. Invited by police chief Geo. To inform police on the 25 spots and other criminal activities he cited he declined to meet with the chief. Attorney we faches said Jones would be called be fore the grand jury to Tell what knows of liquor and dope use by juveniles. I-80 link Cut f j to two lanes r a proposed Cedar rapids link with interstate 80 May be scaled Down in size even before right of Way is secured " the our Lane Highway from the City Oward Homestead up or discussion this week the regular session of the state Highway commission. The suggestion made that initial Only two Ancs wide. Division shift threatens of Good Faith of s i last week. Developments v indicate a Challenge to the Good j sense of the United states. Tex record state to Check on Waterloo vice Harold Hughes last week ordered a state investigation of charges of unequal Law enforce ment in Waterloo. Reports of continued operation of commercial vice in the negro Side of town led to the state action. A Long standing policy of non enforcement of anti vice Laws in some parts Waterloo is reported. Among past Black Hawk county attorneys Are Evan Hultman 1964 Republican candidate for governor and win Ball executive assistant to gov elect Robert Ray. Of Auis this made to utilize Plant one ment m Metz Ecial moum1 Vernon baritone John Dietz associate professor of music at1 Cornell College will resent a of works by 20th Century com posers tuesday nov 26. His recital which is open to lie Public is set for 8 . In King Chapel Cornell College. Starting off the recital will be three Arias by Handel and Bach the two composers who termin ate the baroque period. The first aria is Handel s familiar be to thee and the second is Bach s dem Ugeburt Stag 1st Ersch Einen from can tata Bach s Meine Seufzer Meine Tranen from can will this so figs composed by jul Ian Bern professor of music will be next on the pro Ginam professor Bern was commissioned by the British Broad casting company in 1962 to write them they Are can zone based on Anonymous 16th Century verse the second abased on verse 1by Wil Liam Butler and based on verse by _ Moses derides. Deh Vieno Alia Mestra and both from is by professor Dietz these songs allude to Don gab Ahni s perpetual pastime will be Fol by from Appeal ordered by state the City of Cedar Raji ids Anc Linn county will join other cities ,.t an Appeal new tax assessments. The state department of Rev Enue has ordered Blanket Chag is in property tax assessments some of the changes result in lower taxes to be paid by City property owners and higher taxes for Farmers. Sandy Knapp of the citizen times was a guest the Reg ular monthly meeting of the 16th Avenue commercial club nov. 21. The group meets the a Obj Hall. His pro fesspr1 Dietz Fau re s la Bonne the poetry of 19th Ben Tury French _ poet Paul ver songs Are a mixture of the conservatism re pot which Faure s musical education a based and the fashionable impression current the turn o Century. Loose escapes Platter mayor Bosh to open masonic workshop sessions the mayor of Frank master photo by Les Burianek Ertrude the Goose will escape the thanksgiving Platter this1 year but its Days of unrestricted Freedom Are Over Gertrude whose sex is m doubt family pet of mrs Gene a Brodland Brentwood f the. Tour Bro Plantf Hunters pleased with grouse season Des wer generally pleased with the re cent 16-Day grouse Hunting sea son according to a Pali mar report by conservation com Mission biologists. The commis sign established a ruffed grouse season in Northeast Iowa. The last grouse Hunting season was 45 years ago m 1923. Sportman bagged 1.4 grouse per party which compares favourably with similar surveys in neighbouring states. From a Cen sus of 35 parties contacted the Survey showed 5.4 Birds were flushed requiring 5 shots fired Lodge ail will serve the 6 Soo pm dinner Here Aix past Deputy grand master Tont Egglest ii of Boone will be the principal speaker. Papers on subjects of interest to master masons Are scheduled to presented by Leary Zahrt of Benton City Virgil Stockham of Lisbon Dick Alder show and Paul r. Vifian of this City Ralph Shalla of Iowa City Harlan Bell of Vinton and Den Nis Zahrt of Marengo. The meeting will be opened 1 . the masonic Temple Here 210 6th . . And the Rev. Dave Noble will give the invocation. Members of Bruce Lodge will conduct demonstration for the purpose of exemplifying aug discussing recommended procedures in Lodge meetings the advantages of Iowa in tender system will also be explained. Forty three lodges in the counties of Linn Benton John and even began per Bird bagged. Gunners aver son. Iowa Muscatine aged 9 hours per grouse bag ged. The rate of bag Suc was not High not Many Hunters were disappointed in Stead they have accepted an added Challenge of Hunting another Upland Bird game in Iowa Leo Payne of Cedar rap ids races a Harley Davidson motorcycle he Calls tur nip and clocked fantastic speeds a dim Neville Utah oct 25. His engine special fuel Bike was built i Roin a 58 Harley sports Ter of 55 cubic inches. His Speed 182.79 Mph. His Gas Model full grown Goose hands and a menace to the peace the run Loose. Not now. Not after Gertrude began chasing a five year old neighbor child catch ing him by the seat of the pants. Gertrude is penned up now and much too lovable despite aggressive tendencies to end up on the Brodland s table. Pictured with Gertrude Are the Brodland boys aged three to nine Paul David Mark and John. Can firm do state work without negro employees employment policies of cres cent electric of Cedar rapids Are being scrutinized by the Iowa Board of regents. The firm has a contract for construction Iowa City. Negro organizations claim Crescent refuses to hire non White workers. Request Bills take Boonville Bank men in striped overalls and construction helmets robbed the Boonville Bank of to nov. 21. They asked for two Dollar Bills and came Back la Ter with guns to make the haul . Against limit on gov payments Iowa farm Bureau meeting in convention in Desmo Hes this week failed to a r loss put the work nil september. Paul Vifian of Cedar rapids limit to the size of government payments to Farmers. The state unit did however go for a Resolution to ban use of farm losses to offset non farm in come for income tax purposes. A 17-year-old youth was arrested Iff Cedar rapids charged with Possession of marijuana

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