Cedar Rapids Gazette, May 31, 1974, Page 28

Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette May 31, 1974

Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - May 31, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (the (ftfdnr ixttpub CWjefteAnd Sn Are The se AP Wirephoto'! rr That's a Funny Picture in That was the first reaction of a (iazette editor who saw this picture of Fillmore school students on an ice cream break Thursday afternoon on their last day of school. Their teachers had taken three classes of fifth graders to a stand on Kills boulevard This is what happened when the photographer lifted his camera for a "candid photo of them the maybe word' feeling. "Si ho«d's out ' Happiness seemed to be the preunion Baker Sen Howard Baker (I)-Tenn ) in a speech to the National Press club Thursday said he expects he would ‘‘have to yto the primary route" if he decides to r ii n for President in 197k Ile told the Katherine he doubts the American people, after the experiences of Watergate, will let the politicians choose the presidential candidates next time Tassel Tussle Archibald < ox. former special Watergate prosecutor, tries to control tassel durum commencement ceremonies at But* yters university The Harvard law professor. I I r e d bv the President last October, said the President’s continued refusal to turn over tapes and other evidence is enough alone to warrant hts impeachment and removal from office St. Clair White House lawyer .lames St ('lair tells newsmen Thursday that President Nixon does not want indictments arianist former aides John Khrlit liman and Charles Colson dismissed, but is still reserving the rmlit to decide whether White House papers they have subpoenaed should lie released AP Wirrphoto UPI liMepriofc Stranded I Ins man was temporarily stranded in binh water near .1 lumber yard iii Shenandoah Ihursday after heavy rain in Southwest Iowa caused flooding iii the town, Flash flood warnings were out for the area W el I man Trucker Escaped This semitrailer furniture van lies in a battered mess a f I e r plunypiu' from an THU overpass near Omaha Thursday and conium hr rest on the banks of Papio creek UU lee! below, narrowly rill ss urn the water The driver Bernard I Jesuit eau of Wellman, Iowa, kicked out the truck’s windshield arid escaped the wreck with a broken foot The truck and trailer were demolished *    -    v    V.    * f    NU* msWT    \    ** V :. * ;

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Publication: Cedar Rapids Gazette

Location: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Issue Date: May 31, 1974

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