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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 22, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa I'am Musil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hay Musil, right, and Jamie llutton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Jim llutton smiled in triumph aftir making emei ,11 m. nuil ripair- I'am s bike Ilu Musils and Muttons live on rural route 3, (idar Hapids. Gazette Photos by Tom Merryman Friends Indeed Pam Musil, 7, found it's nice to have a friend around when the chain came off her bicycle as they were pedaling along a country road near Seminole park. Jamie Button, also 7, in the hat. helped her friend get the chain back on so they could continue their cross-country trek. Converted Colson Charles W. Colson. President Nixon's former special counsel, who says his guilty plea grew out of his conversion to Chris- tianity, leaves U. S. district court in Washington Friday af- ter being sentenced to a prison term of one to three years for obstruction of justice in the Ellsberg break-in case. At left is Sen. Harold E. Hughes, (D- a member of Colson's prayer group. BLAHH On Summer AP Wireohoto This orangutan in Seattle's Woodland park zoo expresses his feelings about summer, which officially started Friday. UPI Telephoto The storm Thursday and again early Saturday blew down trees and limbs all over Odar Rapids. This was: the wvne in Oak Hill cemetery Friday morning as cemetery employes, Albert Bailey, foreground, and l.iimir I'isney cleaned up. Blocked Thoroughfare John I'clraitis, Hobinwood lane NK, snapped this picture storm. The tree had lo IH> propped up so Hie Stone ear eould nut nf after a Ircc on the Ed Duly properly, Ml III Franklin avenue NK, fell the garage Friday morning, across the driveway of his neighbor, James F. Stone, In Thursday's
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