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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa llujwb That's a Funny Picture That was the first reaction of a Gazette editor who saw this Classes of firth .waders ID a sjand on Kills boulevard. This is what picture of Fillmore school students on an ice cream break Thursday happened when the photographer lifted his camera lor a "candid" afternoon on (heir last day of school. Their teachers had taken three photo of them. AP Wli enlioltv And So Are These This is what happened in draml Island, Neb., when a photographer said Ilii1 magic words: "School's mil." Happiness seemed In he the prevailing feeling. Baker Sen. Howard Baker (D-Tenn.) in a speech to the National Press club Thursday said he ex- pects he would "have to go the primary route" if he decides to run for President in 1976. He told the gathering he doubts the American people, after the ex- periences of Watergate, will let the politicians choose the presi- dentia] candidates next lime. UPI Teleoholo Tassel Tussle Archibald Cox. former special Watergate prosecutor, tries to control tassel during com- mencement ceremonies at Rut- gers university. The Harvard law professor. I' i r e d by the President last October, said the President's continued refusal to turn over tapes and other evi- dence is enough alone to war- rant his impeachment and re- moval from office. St. Clair White House lawyer .lames St. Clair tells newsmen Thurs- day that President Nixon does not want indictments against former aides .lohn Elirlicliman and Charles Colsnn dismissed, but is still reserving the right to decide whether White House papers they have subpoenaed should be released. AP Wircohoto Stranded Wellman Trucker Escaped This semi-trailer furniture van lies in a battered mess after plunging from an i-XII overpass near Omaha Thursday and coming to rest on the banks of Papio creek 30 leet below, narrowly missing the waler. 'The driver, Bernard Descoteati Wellman, Iowa, kicked out the truck's windshield and es- the wreck with a broken fool. The truck and trailer were demolished. This man was temporarily stranded in high water near a lumber yard in Shenandnah Thursday after heavy rain in Southwest Iowa caused flooding in the lown. Flash flood warnings were out for the area UP!
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