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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - September 21, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daughter Is Reunited with her Mother An emotional Constance Gossett of Belleville, III, watches as her 5-year-old daughter, Kimberly, steps off a plane said Atchison, had offered to drive Kimberly home from a swimming party when the youngster was kidnaped. At at Lambert airport in St. Louis Friday. Kimberly was returning from Houston where FBI agents located her after she right, Mrs. Gossett sheds a tear as she is reunited with her daughter, had been kidnaped for ten weeks. William Dean Atchison, 28, of Houston, was arrested for the kidnaping. Authorities -UPI Tck'ohoto 'No Crunch'' Federal reserve board Chairman Arthur F. Burns, at a "mini-summit" conference of bankers and wall street securities dealers in Washington Friday, said he opposed any significant relaxation in the government's tight money policy and promised "there will be no credit crunch in this country." Explaining Black Star -Gazette photo bv Tom AAcrrvir Capl. Jim Barnes of the of the Cedar Rapids police department's crime prevention bureau explained the black star home program to the kindergarten class -at Coolidge school Friday. The black stars are displayed at homes where children arc offered protection from danger. The program is used extensively throughout the country. Fire Rain Members of the Washougal, Wash., volunteer fire depart- ment ran and dived as flaming particles of polyester resin rained down on them Friday as they fought a fire at a fiberglass j plant. A series of explosions occured at the plant and fire reached highly flamahle acetone and polyester resin stored in 55- gallon barrels. There were no injuries reported and a house f within ten feet of the plant only had minor roof damage.
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