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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - October 12, 1966, Cedar Rapids, IowaAmericana John Sinor 66 my Iowa s in depend est he Wop str new yorkers Aren t so smart there is a Small hard to explain stage show playing intents and Halls and Little Heaters around the United St ates. It is called the fantastic is and i for one Hope it i ays some where forever. Al Gallo try to remember the kind of september when life was slow and Mellow try to remember the kind of september when grass was Green and Grain was yellow the show is at once corny Ous a Little obscure and Plain As Daylight. It is also a Small but highly palatable serving of Beauty and a fragment of poetry Worth hearing and saving and hearing again sometime. For Many who see it it is a genuine literary Happ iness Pill. It is a return of Thea Talent to the kind of produces a t simple but valuable re action for audiences. It makes people walk1 away feeling Good. I first saw the fan tas ticks done by a new York cast last summer in a country dinner the eater on the outskirts of Pineville a c. A few weeks ago i saw a san Francisco cast do the show in a tent in san Diego. I did t see anyone walk away from either show f laughing or crying or whistling. But some of them seemed to be glowing just a bit. Try to remember when life was so tender that no one wept except the Willow. Try to remember when life was so tender that dreams were kept beside your Pillow the show started in a tiny off Broadway the eater in new York City in the summer of 1960. New yorker Magazine shrugged it off with a cold new York kind of comment this mus ical comedy about a Lovesick boy and the to girl next door will be chiefly of inter est to those with a Large tolerance for but the show is still playing in that Small theater six years later and it has been produced Over 400 times in More than 30 other countries. 365-6078 a journal of fact and opinion volume five number Twenty published weekly in Cedar rapids october j 966 National Eye on Iowa politics congressman John Culver and governor Harold i some see things As they Are and say some dream things As they never were and ask Why majority says yes parimutuel betting More Marion rally pictures on p. 9 times inside the Harlan strike recalls up a Wilson co. Tur Moil of 1959. In an Iowa poll conducted recently it was found that parimutuel betting is gaining sup port throughout the state. During the past three years the percent news of servicemen Kennedy yes population age of the supporting such an idea has been raised by 7. The figures for aug ust of 1966 show that j 48% of those in t Ervi ewed favor the measure 43% of Lipsky pose it no and 9% have no opinion. The poll further demonstrated that More men than women favor parimutuel betting and that it is also preferred by More d e m o c Macnamara yes rats than republicans. Aircrew survival eau inv airman Thomas if Mcbath Soa of mrs. Betty l. Mcbath of 1625 b. St., is a member of attack Squadron 65 aboard the attack aircraft Carrier Constellation which is on com Bat operations in the Gulf of Tonkin. His Squadron s miss Ion is to attack and Des Troy surface targets escort helicopters and conduct other types of air operations. recruit John g. Brune us son of or. And mrs. . Brune of 1450 Richmond Road and Seaman re Cruit Wesley Kad lec us son of or. And mrs. Clarence f. Kadlec of 4911 Ozark st., have been graduated from nine weeks of Navy Basic training Athena Val training Center at san Diego Calif. In the first weeks of their naval service they studied military subjects and lived under conditions similar to those they will encounter on their first ship or at their first Shore station. Irvin Marine private Ron Ald r. Irvin son of or. And mrs. Claude e. Anderson of 1514 first st., has completed four weeks of individual Saltonstall Speaks to local . S the Young republicans heard a Telephone add Ress from miss Sachs sett s senator Leverett Saltonstall at a fund raising Chicken lunch monday. About one Hun dred persons gathered in the old Woolworth store on second Avenue to hear the senator Call for Campaign support for Iowa senator Jack Miller and Congress ional candidate Bob Johnson Cedar rapids mayor. Saltonstall stated that in the Republican View the Federal government is choking with Purpo Seless expanding bureaucracies. We want the Federal government to assist not he charged that demos Are incapable of coping with Domestic problems stating that projects co sting three billion in 1965 will Cost 21 billion in 1970s" this Rise in Cost reflects Only the increase in Bureau Cracy. The senator said that future growth of the party May depend on

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