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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - November 30, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaPublic Library Cedar rapids Iowa dec 2 801 is Iraq on Tail i per comments locally and nationally Page f priests form Union Iowa s Independent newspaper subscriptions a year in Cedar rapids a year out of town. Citizen times Iowa s largest weekly Cedar Hailds offices 901 4th Street so. Phone 365-6078. Volume five number Twenty two published weekly in Cedar rapids november 30, 196 americana half million installation Cost from Washington by John Sinor 66 burglar alarm to Blanket City Cool but Clear nights around Here. A million evening lights dress up the Hills. We followed the big waving Searchlight be ams the other night. Looking for the newest action. And found it. The san Diego gulls were in town. Ice hockey is the name of the game. And mama Mia such a game your sporty scribe was Given a ticket to an entire seat. But i Don t think i Ever used More than the Edge of it All evening hockey teams have aesthetic almost poetic names. The Maple Leafs the red wings the gulls the maroons. But this is no Tea party Down there on the ice. You should see the Rule Book i thumbed through one after the game. After my heart stopped pounding. Here Are some of the Rule titles hooking kicking elbowing and in being fisticuffs molesting officials spearing slashing stick throwing spearing and slashing Man now that is what i Call a contest. Call it a game if you wish. But i did t see anybody playing. I suppose ice hockey is something of a modern equivalent to the colosseum sting the spectators in the role of the blood thirsty romans. And downstairs on the ice while we have no heh. We do have two bands of christians mad As the Dickens at each other. And every Christian has a Sharp stick in his hand. The areal is that Basic. Hang onto the Edge of your seat. Don t take your eyes off the ice. Somebody is going to murder some body any minute All those rules Are things the players Are not supposed to do. Continued on Page 14 problems must be met calmly sensibly controversy Over Kennedy is boundaries at a vocal and frequently emotional meet ing at the Ellis Myca the Boundary lines for the new Kennedy High school were discussed tuesday. Ray Hamad who served As chairman for the meeting outlined and summarized the grievances which the citizens he represented were complaining about. In summary of arks the bus service should prove to be very tiring for the especially through the Rush hour. And it will take additional tax Money to implement this. Children will have to go to a pickup Point to be picked May have to walk additional blocks perhaps Miles. School activities will have to be curtailed. The buses will not deliver students Early to school nor will it take them Back later. If a student needs help after school he will not be Able to get it. Any detention the student might need also photo by pictured above is attorney John Reilly who has been retained by the group opposing the new Kennedy High school Boundry lines. Behind or. Reims is George Lippert Klow and Bill Johnson citizen times will not be carried out. We must go to the school Board with an alternative plan. We Are investigating the enrol ment of the various High schools. Jefferson could news of servicemen Marine Corporal Rod Ger t. Greear son of or. And mrs. Tho Mas v. Greyar of 1100 Maplewood drive be Cedar rapids Iowa is serving with the seventh communications Batt Alion task Force a Ray first Marine division at Chu Lai Vietnam. The seventh communications battalion has the assigned Mission of in stalling maintaining and operating a communications network within units of the first Marine division. Seaman recruit Rich Ard m. Bilsland 19, us son of mrs. Mar Garet e. Bilslandofl329 k st., Cedar rapids Iowa has been graduated from nine weeks of definitely accommodate More. Furthermore Why should we bus our kids to Kennedy when Many kids in the out lying area Are already being brought to Jeff Erson. Our City employees a great Many of which Are being relocated for the new school districts do a lot for Cedar rapids on a modest in come and we should be allowed to raise our family As we please. We Are being discriminated against. Perhaps this in t the Best word to use but it keeps co Ming concerning the pro tests of Jefferson and Washington juniors who wanted to remain with their classes for their senior year Hamad said if your child was a Junior and he lived in the Jefferson area and his parents moved to the Washington area continued on Page 13 would double As fire alarm at the Terrace room of the Cedar rapids air port a group met Mon Day to disclose publicly and to discuss the merits of a burglar Al Arm system which would Blanket the business area of Cedar rapids. Meeting with mayor Bob Johnson chief of police George Matias and safety commissioner Frank Bosch Scott a mrs. Randal from night Eye burglar systems of Iowa City and pro Fessor Richard hoi comb who Heads the police science department at the University of Iowa. The proposed sys tem would provide alarms for 4000 businesses in the Cedar rapids area and would hence be the first City in the United states with such thorough Protection the program would be financed partly by a monthly fee of which would be payed by Cedar rapids business men. But the bulk of the Money for the installations would come from the Federal government. Holcomb estimated the requisite funds to be in excess of do Llars. Holcomb said that the Federal government is very receptive to the idea. The installation which would presumably take a year to Complete would according to hol comb assure that nearly 100% of the burglars operating in Cedar rapids businesses would be caught within the building. This would insure conviction said Holcomb with the barriers raised by the supreme court sure fire evidence is More difficult to procure. Another Angle by which the problem was approached concerned fire continued on Page 13

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