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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Ti'ilnr -RttpitU Ventilator housing was blown off Hit- mat of the Uainada and landed in court near tin- swimming pool. Fortunately, no one was injured. GnzPlte Photos bv Dale Hankln In the Storm9s Path When Thursday afternoon's storm, accompanied by fi5-iniie-per- with debris. The inn was temporarily evacuated Thursday night, but hour winds, hit Cedar Rapids, the Ramada Inn on Sixth street SW was was open for business again Friday with 411 rooms available for one of the victims. Part of the roof of the complex ripped off. occupancy, showering the central court area and blanketing the swimming pool All over Cedar Rapids, trees were blown down by Thursday afternoon's vinrtstnrm. This was the scene at 439 Eighth avenue SE. "I was driving along and thought I could make it. But then, all of a sudden, all I saw- was said a man from Maryland who had rented a car and was driving in from the Cedar Rapids airport when a tree blew across the vehicle at the intersection of highways 218 and 80. The driver unhurt. Car is shown al. left being towed away. Gazette Photo bv Steve Helle Galley In Custody Former 1.1. William ('alley was returned to military cns- tudy Thursday at Benning. Ga. lie is shown, top. being es- corted by Mai. Gordon Willey. confinement officer. I" Hie stockade shown below. Having A Son Home From College Is Great., For a While By Art Buchwald WASHINGTON "Hey, Marge. Patrick's home from college." "Patrick, Patrick, my, you've grown a beard. It looks very, very, very grown-up, doesn't it, "Yes, it does. It makes you look like a real man. Here, Patrick, let me help you with your bags." "It's good to have you home, son. The house has been a morgue without you. 1 had the pool table recovered, maybe we can have a few games this "He's tired, George. Let him go upstairs and get cleaned up. You seem so thin, Pa- trick. We're going to have to fatten you up." "How are you fixed for cash, son? Here's 20 bucks. You probably want to go out and have a few beers with your pals." "Go upstairs, Patrick, and make yourself at home. My, it's good to see him, isn't it "You can say that again, Marge. 1tnt> "Hello. George. Was it sweltering at Ihe "Yup. Where's Patrick'.'" "He's up in his room sleeping." "At fi o'clock in the "I think he got in around 4 this morning." "He gets in at 4 every morning. What are we running around here, a Playboy Club for teenagers''" "Now, George, don't get angry again, lie had a very rough semester and he's just trying to relax." "And what about a job'.' Did you ask him if he was looking for a "lie said he's been looking, George." "I'll bet. You know there are very few employmcnl offices "pen ill f, o'clock al nighl." "Well, he says he's been trying very hard liul no one wants In hire him." "Why should they with that damn board'' If lie shaved il off and looked presentable, maybe lie could find something." "Hush, he might hear "I couldn't care less if lie heard me or not. lie needs someone to kick his rear in. I worked in the summer when I went In college Elated Tige Aune Marie SiiiKlquisI, !l, was back in Ihe lineup for her Tigers Thursday after Ihe American Civil Liberties Union obtained a temporary restraining order prohibiting Denver's Calbolic Youth Kecreation Assn. from removing her from the team because she Is a female. Anne-Marie is pictured playing second base as the Tigers lost 211-III. Tiro WwliH lMti-r "Have you seen Patrick today, Marge'.'" "N'o, but I saw him in Ihe kitchen yesterday with his pals, They ale everything in Ihe icebox." "II figures. When iloes hi1 go buck in srlinol'.'" "Not oiilil September." "Good grief. Vim mean he's going lo be here two more "II seems like long time, George, bol July and Angus! will go very fasl." "I'm mil Inn certain, II seems when Ihey'l'e away lime jnsl whislli's by. But when they're home II doesn't move al nil."
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