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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ftupitU AP WlM'pllOtOb One Killed and Several Injured by Tornado Si-ott Brady Lewis, 12, was helped away after being rescued from under a trailer which toppled when, a tornado struck Tucson. Ariz.. Sunday. A 78-year-old man was killed and 35 persons wen- injured when the twister struck the southwest side of Tucson. The view at right shows where the most severe damage occurred in a mobile home park at the edge of the San Xavier Indian reservation. This Way Zoological director Pat Quinn of Lion Country Safari in La- guna Hills, Calif., struggles with a young female rhinoceros while trying to move her to an- other area of the wildlife pre- serve. She and other rhinos will cohabit there with a group of cheetahs. The rhino was Iran- quilized with a pellet before the transfer was attempted. Upended Protest A car sits on its end sup- ported by a pole in Lodi, Italy, as a protest against the use of Lodi's medieval square as a Parking lot. Vittorio Corsim who put the ear in the square, complains the cars clash with Hie style of the square and cause pollution. Sweet Offer AP Wirephoto nhoto liv Duonc f nn fc I'og .luckson, Second avenue SK, president of the ComilyDcmocnilic Women's club, offered cuke to Stale Senators Michael Hlouln, Dulwque, left, and James Schaben, Dunlap. nt the organization's minimi picnic in Hover park Sunday. Schaben and Hlouln we the Democratic candidates respectively for governor and Second district congressman.
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