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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - November 23, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaBoundary lines for new Kennedy . 364 from Jeff. See Page 8-9 772 from Wash. Iowa s Independent newspaper subscriptions a year in Cedar rapids a year out of town. Citizen times Iowa s largest weekly Cedar rapids offices 901 4th Street so. Phone 365-6078. Volume five number Twenty one published weekly in Cedar rapids november 23, 1966 they went too far legislation needed americana the truth about the credit 66 extortion and wiretaps advisors operation by John Sinor the summer winds have blown away taking some of our Best yesterdays. Yesterday there was a boy around Here who had to have Alo Speed Bike. Today there is a Young Man who almost to have an Automo bile. The boy got the Bike. He earned it himself but now he is a Young Man dl2ihas away cml the Man Luto safety him to school except precautions As the you would t believe How childish and dumb it is to ride a Bike to High school the Young Man walks to school. It must be More than two Miles. But any thing s better than rid ing a dumb Bike will the Young Man get the car if i earn it pleads the Young Man the Young Man s reputation hangs in the bal Ance. And so does life if he s holding breath. The state legislature come to the Rescue of a Good Many nervous fathers by answering the question with a new Law. The High school crowd the crowd i be talked to is not exactly sure what the Law says. All they know is it raises the age limit somehow on it s a Crummy rumours Are flying thick and fast through this crowd. And i have overheard a few of them. Boy can the state do sure they can do anything they want to yeah but you watch. They Aren t Gonna sell Many cars when they take the of the hey do Esthela Aff Lect a prob fable not. You know i cont. On Page 6 re sult of Book unsafe at any photos by j. W. Grant Nader says that Gen eral motors upon publication of Nader s Book decided to con duct a Campaign of intimidating smearing and otherwise injuring when Ralph Nader visited Cedar rapids he was unable at that time to release the information that he would be suing general motors for 26 million dollars. The suit claiming violation of privacy is a huge action being brought against not Only pm but against Vincent Gillen the Vincent Gillen associates inc. And Fideli facts of re Marks Are extremely in that the defendants Vio lated privacy and subjected my to harassment and intimidation and did intrude into and invade seclusion Solitude Ander irate he said that general motors had taken on the other defendants at fees much higher than their Ordinary investigation fees because of the unsavoury nature of the work to pinpoint what he meant by the unsavoury nature of the work involved he cont. On Page 6 after the uproar in which attorney general Lawrence Scalise asked credit advisors of Cedar rapids and Daven port to Stop advertising and get out of Iowa the citizen times became puzzled Over the discrepancy Between the actions of or. Scalise and the defense offered by John Tyner area super visor charges a straight 12 and fee with r advertising charges St and up and the Central office of credit advisors at Detroit explain a steady 22% profit from All of its Branch companies a source who prefers to remain Anonymous provided the citizen times with some answers. The More in debt a Man is the More Money he pours in to credit consequently the More he is placed at a fiscal Dis advantage. The 12% int Erest fee mentioned1 mews of servicemen Nader alleges that girls had sought him out for the purposes of entrapment and extort and that wiretaps had been used against him. Victor w. Dannen Brink of or Ana Mosa Iowa and Thomas Randall of 1005 West 8th ave., Marion Iowa have enlisted into the . Army. They were sent to fort Bliss Texas for their Basic after Basic training both men will receive training in the maintenance and repair of automotive vehicles and associated equip ment. Miss Margaret a. Bruce daughter of or. And mrs. Laurence Bruce or 3 Mosa Iowa enlisted into the women s army corps. She was sent to fort Mcclellan Ala Bama for her Basic to pvt. Margaret Bruce pvt Bruce was graduate of Anarosa High school dining. After completion of Basic training she will attend the communications Center Specia list school located at fort Gordon a. On Page 16 above is not deducted from the amount payed into the company but from the total indebtedness. Thus if a debtor owes and Over a period of weeks pays in the 12% is deducted from the this amounts to for the company not which Cre Dit advisors s advertisements Lead the debt or to believe. Thus the Why the office could realize its 22% profit and also clearly indicates fraudulent advertising in order for credit advisors to make sufficient profit they must keep their customers a number of months. How Ever this is not Al ways possible As Many customers discover the fraudulent conditions which they must adhere to before their debts have been resolved. When they repeatedly cont. On Page 4 Culver teachers need tax break congressman John c. Culver today urged clarification of existing tax regulations to guarantee teachers tax deductions for their expenses in recognition of the great need to encourage teachers to remain in the profess Ion and to attract additional qualified men and women to to a letter to internal Revenue service commissioner Sheldon Cohen in conjunction with a Public hearing held today on the tax regulations Culver cited the critical teacher shortage in Eastern to cont. On Page 3

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