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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Weather- CliaiuT n[ rain to- niRlit u n
calves.land Woyming Inrause fivp sup- survival about seven years ago. related incident in Clinton. hit on the head by flying debris, snws M-apppd inside. porting structures were blown ,jis p r P x i p r said. "Thai are; rommndities other 25, Clinlon. What could havp been a series Thursdav'hv a nvin to have been senrehe, incrpascd LC, percenl injuries of twisters ripped through lui- winds werp ap- .js n ivpcalcdK." I I" 1 night when a cnunly Thursday mghl. first husband had just put HIP nn! lornadip. but a fun-.....nm. j Volunteer Death thpir stanchinns and in May compar cent i in April. a spat was blown touching down al Andovpr. then ,.mvs stanchinns and was rppnrlptl near the Thl, prrcpiit im-reasp in procppding soiilhpaslprly jn HH> house three llf hiKhways 13 and in M.-'V was alni'isl dou- Mhrniigh Kiillon, 111., jnsl across slnrm hit." Marion al about in; prr-nl ,n April. ,v- IMssinR Ballpark border from Clinton. CasP.v said. p.m. Thursday. luriinm I" HIP ll'Vt'l nt rise lhal was driving past a base- Towns Spalpd Off "We didn't see any twislpr. was rcpnrtpd at Ihe Iwn previnus park llO-milp-por-hour Andovpr and Fullnn but il looked awfully black. WP Municipal airpnrl cr at the arion or McBride field air- iinths I.I pen-put in March winds smashed the snaletl oil' by aulhoriliesjhoaded for the basement and I 3 in Feliruary .sending Hie board carppning Friday bpcausp of s.iw il ilhp ..piulablp nf the area. power lines and trees. i The shirm did iml dainauc A vnliintppr sean'her died oi The leaning againsl sunslrnkp last week as HIP IPIII l.iva rock 2511 (pet from a peraturp snared above Illil nts antl horse drop- -Mi pinqs indic-alptl many searchers bpcami had passetl thai way. Time (iupstion l.son'x 12-minulp state- HIP judge, his lawyer spent a full half-hour asking lhal Cnison IIP plaeptl nn proba- tion rather than senl tu prison. Alloriicy David Shapiro told thai 1'iilson should nol lie I'agc 3. 8 i Nii'lson. in Irnm the sur vival group Jetf wanted In stay Coinics where IIP was bill Korky ihrid- Cmsswi'nl I'd to hike out of Hie area ;m r tConlinui'd: Pagp 2. Col n, Hlackfool. said HP was been In help searen. i; Hi li 'I IX
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