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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 17, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Teleohoto Now That's a Holler With a burst of energy, 83-year-old Paul E. Parker, a retired Sampson county farmer, hollered his way to the championship of the 6th annual National Hollerin' Contest in Spivey's Corner, N. Nurses Keep Walking The strike by nurses against 41 hospitals in the San Francisco liny area entered il.s llth day Monday with no sign of a resumption in talks aimed at ending the walkout. Here, nurses walk ihe picket line at Ml. hospital. A spokesman for striking members of Ihe California Nurses Assn. said differences (Tillered over issues on patient. cure end that most dollar items haven't come up yet. The negotiations broke off Sahmlay. Big Ben Looks On Overlooked by Big Ben, the famous clock that dominates the tower of the house of commons in London, a fireman directs his hose onto the burning chapel of the house after an explosion fired the building Monday. Five persons were reportedly slightly injured. The ex- plosion is believed to have been caused by a bomb planted by Irish extremists. Wlreohoto Guarded Welcome Israeli soldiers with M-lfi rifles at the ready guarded a bridge over the highway as President Nixon's iimlorcndc drove through the Judean hills to Jerusalem Sunday. Nixon departed for .Jordan on the final leg of Ins Mid-Kasl journey Monday morning.
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