Cedar Rapids Gazette, January 28, 1974, Page 22

Cedar Rapids Gazette

January 28, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa CURRENT POPULATION of the UNITED STATES % Kl KME^tXUXfJb \ \ i/irriAt/- n/w« * ' J "'    ■ & .ii-t-j- -'iWU* Tfe SEE '! * _    M-r(i he CTcclitr ftttpuU ~T|in || PWWBP ipWPftJ'in. I # mn**# - Search, With Little Hope UPI Telephoto I rn* lutwiler hotel, a landmark in Birmingham, Ala., fur WI years, was demolished with explosive clear I he way for a now 18-floor office building. Rescue workers prepare to mount a snow vehicle in driving wet snow to search for two Seattle girls buried under 35 feet of snow in an avalanche that roared down H,'JOO-foot ( hair Peak near North Bend. Wash Rescue operations were conduct tx! throughout Sunday night under lights and flares, but t here appeared to Im* little hope for .lean I). K isms ll, IO, of Seattle, and Linda I). Angell, 13, Benton. Wash UPI Telephoto Look Out Below — AP WirephotoWouldn’t It Be Nice? Temperatures in tho nation s capital reached 74 degrees Nunda), breaking the 20-year mark of 72 degrees for Jan 27 With the Lincoln Memorial in the background, a young man catches up on his sleep, while another bicycles by •    -    OI    n ~u"Growing at a Slower race 'Ihis young tourist displays keen interest in the commerce department's population clock Saturday as the imputation iii the I S reaches 2II.HH5.321 The imputation grew at u slower pace iii 1073 than at any tune since before World war ll The clock clicked once every IM 5 seconds iii 1071 But according to a census bureau demographer, it will slow ti* once every 21 seconds iii 1874 Carrying a seabag and the wheel from the yacht he was on. Ralph Bromid, 20. of Kimwood. Park. N J , walks in Miami International airport on his arrival Saturday. Bromin said he and two British nationals were sailing a yacht from Florida to Haiti in August when it sank off t uba He spent the last six months in Cuba and says the last 44 days of his ordeal were spent iii a tiny tail cell AP Wirephoto ;

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