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Citizen-Times (Newspaper) - September 4, 1968, Cedar Rapids, IowaT cur us nigh pub 3rd ave. So j i t citizen times Cedar rapids Iowa volume six number 24 Charles v. Dunham publisher Post office Box Cedar Emerald knights stress discipline Chuck s chirps the my candidate for governor came in third the peanuts cartoon strip j j showed How Small our troubles really Are compared to the 4 burdens of Charlie Brown after checking the family history of Charlie s dog snoopy they Laid the i truth Bare Charlie Brown you have a used dog1" Hubert Humphrey is More embarrassed by his supporters Iii his race for uie White j House than by the opposition. Think of waging a National. Campaign for office in 1968 with Lyndon Johnson and mayor Daley of Chicago for you and think of How humiliating it May run third in november trailing behind Nixon and George Wallace youth on the move an otherwise very Nice girl has a Follo v no for the description of Dick Nixon s gop convention Victory the greatest comeback since Lazarus lord by this time he daily newspapermen met in Waterloo last week with u. S. Senator candidates Harold Hughes and David Stanley and there s been trouble there Ever since. I am Black but comely calling negroes Blacks is All the rage with the City papers. Use of the term is a throw Back to pre civil War Days and it is offensive to most of us. For one tiling few negroes and in our language Black is often a negative description. Calling negroes Blacks and the coloured Side of town a is no contribution to racial Harmony. It in t honest either. A Small group of militant agitators in the name of civil rights have demanded that negroes be called the other 99 per cent of heir race have not been heard from. Quote they find fault with the editor and say he should be shot that columns Are As Peppy As a cemetery lot. They say he shows poor judgement the jokes they say Are is ale on upper floors they holler on lower floors they Wail. But when the paper we say it with a if someone does t get one you can hear him yell a mile. The veterans administration trains More than 11 per cent of medical Resi dents. I by Bob Dotzauer boys and girls Between the Ages of 10 and 19 years who Are Tutere Slid in belong ing to a truly outstanding youth group will find All the excitement and Challenge they Are looking for in the Emerald knights this wonderful group will Welcome additional recruits who desire to be trained to face stiff Competition in our Higley competitive society As Well As spread Goodwill for our great City of Cedar rams Iowa during the Winter nights or in the event meet on the armory Between 7 and 9pm on tues Day evening arid during the summer on the Kingston stadium practice Field. It is however advisable to first Contact or. Bill Dimmitt at 300-0659. The dues Are each month but those who Are unable to meet this requirement Are covered by a sponsor. Interested per sons or organizations who wish to sponsor a needy student should Contact or. Bill Dimmitt at 36g-065d. A sponsorship aver Ages about for one year. The Emerald knights drum and Bugle corps inc. Originated on july 1, 1j165 through the tireless efforts of Bill Matus. He remained the director until March of 1s68 when due to his employment he. Was Sest to another stale. The present organization has 28 boys Iii 25 girls with the average age of 13 i girls were first included in october of 1sb7. Pic group travels throughout Iowa and Wisconsin and limits itself to 5 contests j each the Emerald knights is a nonprofit organization with funds being raised by its Booster body with projects like to actions bake sales halloween Candy Wreath Sale Etc. The uniforms and of the Emerald knights Cost and by one excellent administration of their organization this Bill is soon to be paid in full. They certainly look dazzling in their colourful Green and Black uniforms. Through the years this Organiza Foin has wonder what s the matter with mrs. Lila Craig a Nashville paper recently carried a news Story about mrs. Lila Craig 81, who has not missed Church attendance in 1.040 sunday a perfect record for 20 it makes one wonder what s the matter with mrs. Craig does t it Ever rain or Snow in her town on sunday does t mrs. Craig Ever have company on sunday does t she Ever 30 anywhere on saturday night so that she gets up tired on sunday morning does t she Ever have headaches colds nervous spells tired feelings poor break fasts sudden Calls out of the City business trips sunday picnics or reunions does t she Ever have friends who invite her logo on weekend trips does t she Ever sleep late on sunday morning does t she Ever read the morning paper does t she Ever become angry at the minister or the Bible school teacher does t she Ever got her feelings Hurt does t she have a radio or to set so she can stay Home and hear some Good sermons what s the matter with mrs. Craig Church of Chirst bulletin received Aid from the legion Hanford Post no. 5, men club Haw cye Hoo Hoo club Wirich is inc Dently a local lumbermen association elks . W., the Kingston stadium practice area from Hie memorial commission first Aid equipment and advice from or. . Dow Ning and contributions from a number of business people. It would be difficult i to operate without this help because it takes to Cairy on the functions of the Emerald knights for a single year the main objectives of his Organiza Tion Are to promote Goodwill for Cedar rapids finish entertainment provide youth with better appreciation for and understanding mane vering f Osier Pride in belonging to a performing organization and direct youth energies wholesome healthy and beneficial a objective is to teach youth to think for themselves executive of complicated Maneu vers requires each girl or boy to perform his. Or her part i depend the program also instills in1 youth a respect for discipline and citizenship while working with others. The president of tic Board of directors is Richard Tebbe of 2100 Lois ave. . Horn Insani Clurs Are and Den Nis Perrin drum instructors Are Bill. Dim Mitt and Scott Wyatt guard instructor is Verne Schuzman mid drum major is Dennis Tebbe. The Emerald knights is an organization that has been praised very highly Many limes for us Well mannered members. I personally encourage every interested Stu Dent to immediately investigate the p of Sib Lily of joining ibis wonderful group Washington report by rep. H. R. Gross who Haven t we aided there Are currently in exist once in the world 134 Independent nations and this member of Congress has finally discovered the Rinh ber to which we have not Given foreign Aid. It is an appallingly Brief loss but Here it is Andorra Barbados Bhutan Bulgaria Liecht Elcin Maldive Island Mauritius Monaco Muscat and Oman Nauru to mania san Marino Southern Yemen Switzerland and the Vatican City. That s the lot. The reason Why we have n t Given these nations a handout is hard to fathom. Perhaps they just did t ask for one. Perhaps the Giveaway artists in the slate department have been so Busy handing out Money to the rest of the world they Haven t discovered their oversight. In any event let us keep this list a close secret lest the state department spend thrifts learn of these new opportunities for spewing away the wealth of this nation. Football forecast by Tommy Troy in Advance Force ass of football game re sults arc As follows Fok sept. 2d, 1968 j san Francisco 28, Atlanta 14 1 Baltimore 34, Pitts Surg 16 19, Minnesota 13 Dallas 38.phiiadcphia 24 Bay 37, Detroit 20 Cleveland 24, Las Angeles 19 1 new Orleans 27, is. Louis 21 i new York 29, Washington 18 foot Ball sept. 28 h Arkansas 20, Tulsa 13 Wyoming 20 air Force Academy 14 Alabama 27, Southern Mississippi 7 Arizona state 21, u of Texas 4 Vanderbilt 19, army 13 5 flu Ylon 18, Bowling Green 14 Pbingham Young 27, Iowa state 10 i Brown 27, Rhode Island 14 a 21, Massachusetts 14 California 28, Colorado 19 a Xavier 19, Cincinnati 13 21, Lehigh 14 t n tevas state 18, Colorado stale u 21 Columbia 27, Lafayette 14 la Colgate in Cornell 13 27, new Hampshire 7 27, Michigan 19 i Florida 27, Florida state in 28, Clemson 20 a Corgia tech 21, Miami Fia 14 Cross 19, Harvard 14 Illinois 18, Missouri 16 Indiana 19, Kansas 14 Ohio state Carolina 18 Western Michigan 19, Miami Ohio 13 Michigan state. 18, Baylor -17 Minnesota 13 Kentucky 19, Mississippi 14 Aubin 21, Mississippi state 14 Boston Navy 13 Mexico 13 n. Mexico St. 18, a of Tex Arlington 1 South Carolina 19, North Carolina 12 Southern California 27, Northwestern 16 notre Dame 21, Purdue 19 Ohio state u la sum 14 Oklahoma 10, a Carolina state 13 Stanford 19, Oregon 15 Pennsylvania 19, Bucknell 7 Penn state 19, Kansas state 13 w. Virginia 18, Pults Burg 13 Princeton 19, Rutgers 16 lsu.21, Rice 7 Davidson 19, Richmond 7 to state 19, san Jose state 18 Syracuse 17, Maryland 14 Memphis state 18, Tennessee 13 t tcu.27. Iowa 14 Texas 27, Texas tech 12 Marshall in Toledo 14 Texas a and m 18, Tulane 13 Washington state 14 Oregon state 14. Utah 7 Utah state 13, Wie Hila state 10 Delware 13, Villa Nova 10 Virginia 21, Vii 14 w. Texas state 13, Pacific 13 Virginia tech 19, William and Mary 7 Washington 34, Wisconsin 27 Yale 27, Connecticut 10 presidential limousine. The president it seems is getting a new limousine. As might be expected it s no Ordin Ary automobile. It comes with a Price tag of and some optional features you won t find at your local dealer. Among the extras Are three television sets a Back seat radio Telephone and a Public address system. Described As actually More like a tank than a car it has two tons of Armor which a spokesman for the manufacturer says will provide safety for the president from a Small scale military what a sad commentary it is that crime and violence Are so rampant throughout the. Land that the president of the United Stales must be protected with two tons of Armor when he travels the streets and highways of America Goose season set sept. 28 dec. 6 Iowa s 19g8 Goose Hunting season opens saturday morning sept. 28, and continues through dec. 6. Shooting hours Are from hours before Sunrise to Sunset each Day. The really hag and Possession limit is five. The limit cannot include More than , or two while fro riled geese or one Canada and two White front. The Duck season in Iowa opens oct. 26 and closes nov. 24. Shooting hours Are one half hour before Sunrise to Sunset each Day the same As for geese. The daily bag limit is three ducks and May include no More than one Mallard one Canvasback or one redhead two Wood ducks two Black ducks. Five mergansers including no More than one hooded Mer Ganser May be taken daily in addition to the bag of other ducks. Possession limit is double the daily bag limit in All cases except on Canvasback and redhead which have a limit of one. The Deer Bow and Arrow season also opens sept. 28 and continues through nov. 28. Shooting hours for the archers Are one half hour before Sunrise to one Hak hour after Sunset. Cents per copy wednesday sept. 4, 1908 Cedar rapids native retires receives legion of Merit receiving legion of Merit air Force chief Muster sergeant Edward s. Dailey Center receives one of the nation s highest military decorations at Iris retirement ceremony no Randolph Duilcy s Daugh Troy predicts St. Louis will win world series like to know How tile world series will turn out like to know the scores ahead of time following Are the expert guesses of Tommy Troy on tie co series first Gume St. Louis 4, Detroit 3 2nd game 5, Detroit 4 third game Detroit 7, St Louis 4 fourth Louis a Detroit 4 fifth Gamp r Detroit Louis 3 tntsame1 St. Louis a Detroit 3 Iris i a policeman asked an injured pedestrian if by Chance noticed the License plate number of the Driver who had hit him. Answered the pedestrian but i d remember his laugh lers left to Mary and Kath Leen and his wife Frances scum the certificate of retirement presented by major general Robert j. Dixon assist ant Deputy chief of shift for military personnel ill Hie air Force base. A v san anton10-U.S. Air Force chief master sergeant Edward s. Dailey son of mrs. Grace Anderson of n. St., so was decorated with the legion of Merit my of the nation s highest military Hon his retirement ceremony at Randolph fab Texas. Sergeant Dailey who served in the armed forces More than 28 years was cited to his outstanding service to the United studies during three year period As sergeant r Ai the air Force military person at. Randolph.-1 his a urls c leadership and ceaseless efforts a Esul Jed eff dec live less e a rid .vsiiccesv5 Ceriter. A 1034 graduate of Washington High school in. Tired the an of the world War ii Pacific operations has served in Newfoundland and Turkey and has earned three of the air Force commendation medal. He and his wife Frances arc parents of daughters Mary Kathleen Culver Calls partnership in Progress conference seated traces the route of he Federal team which will begin its series of Parler ship for Progress conferences on monday sent 23. From left Are Leain members Charles b. Sonneborn office of Small town serv ices department of housing and Urban development Peter g. Kith staff assistant o assistant Secretary for wafer pollution control department of Interior and Lee a. Lendl assistant director Center for Community plan y-g-2 i 01 me Sec a deportment of health education and welfare. G. f. Cave Antler assistant administrator Farmers Home administration department of agriculture and j. Olive Huol chief local Liaison of fice of Secretary department of transportation. The team whose members arc add from Wash in ton a. C., will visit Anamosa Oelwein Posl Villa Elkader dyers Villa and Matt Iozefa to meet with locally elected officials and business leaders
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