Cedar Rapids Gazette, April 6, 1974, Page 14

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette April 6, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - April 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (ihe (If(lur Rnpkb GJtijeWc — Gazette Photos by Duane CrockDowntown Service Mike Ehrenberger, 13, carries The Cedar Rapids Gazette in the downtown area, hauling the newspapers in his coaster wagon. Mike son of Mr and Mrs. Frank H bren berger. 1551 Beaver avenue SF, parks his wagon at The Gazette loading dock, except when making his deliveries. lh* chains it to one of the steel support posts Jerry Dean O'Brien ran out of gas while flying his light plane from Beaumont to Houston, Texas. He did “a lot of looking” and found a stretch of unfinished freeway in Northeast Houston and landed. He got some fuel, took off again and made his destination. O'Brien, a student pilot, said he had electrical problems during the flight and his gas gauge did not work.That NewKid Marilyn, an aeudad, stands behind her seventh offspring, born April I and named April, at the Central Park zoo in New York Friday — AP Wirephoto President Nixon at Solemn Mass UPI telephoto French Prime Minister Pierre Messmer (profile right), greeted President Richard Nixon on his arrival at Notre Dame cathedral in Paris Saturday to attend with top world leaders the solemn mass for the late President Georges Pompidou of France.Spring deaning Although the heat wasn’t overpowering at 50 degrees above, Tim resist getting out into the sunlight Friday afternoon to wash and polish Johnson, 20, a Coe college sophomore from Morning Sun, couldn’t his car. Greene hall is in the background at left. — UPI TelephotoGas Shortage ;

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: April 6, 1974

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