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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 6, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa SVW 's' »    •    S'    «#&* •:%• •:•'.. . ' v :• •    £••:•:    :;•••>: . Gazette Photo bv Dcfle Hanking* tutors Make (wood Pets    Sandy    Lets Loose Mrs. Leo Nussbaum, wife of the Coe college president, pets the from Petersen Sc ience hall on the Coe campus, the incident was    Sandy    Stevens, 2168 Brookland drive NE, let loose with this and a variety of stuffed alligator the Nussbaums found on their lawn at 2126 Country regarded as an amusing Fourth of July prank by some Coe students.    •    expressions    during the Cedar Rapids Community theater production at the A1I- ( lub parkway SE Friday morning. Since the gator was a fugitive    Iowa    fair.    Mrs. Stevens was pantomiming the song “Up a Lazy River ’, accompanied by a taped rendition by Roberta Sherwood in the mid«50s. The audience of about 6.IKM! reacted favorably to her solo performance, applauding even when she was at a loss for an expression when the tape with the music broke. On The Wrong Track Southern Shower Cary Robson of St. Louis carries her luggage from an Amtrak passenger train that derailed Friday near the western Pennsylvania community of Huff. Flight cars left the tracks, but remained upright, and there were no major injuries. The train was enroute from St. Louis to New York City. — AP Wirephoto Charred debris is all that remains of the cockpit of a Piper Cub airplane that crashed into a cornfield near Millard, Neb., Friday, killing two persons. An eyewitness on a nearby farm said the plane had gone into a spin, caught fire on descent and then exploded on impact in the field The victims were identified as Roger ('lenient and Robert Maeder. both of Omaha Things got a little wet on tin* Atlanta expressway Friday. An Atlanta fireman scales the rail in the center of tin* freeway to rescue stranded people on the other side of the six-lane, while motorists in the foreground combine their efforts to get one car moving. The flooding resulted from a heavy afternoon thunderstorm. Gazette Photo bv Doll" Hunk insWading Pool War Eddie Reed, IO, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Reed, 1660 Sixth street NW. and Mike Walsh, ll. son of Mr a Mrs. ( buries I). Walsh, 1668 Sixth street NW, were having an “inner tube war” in the Ellis park wading p ipi telephoto    Friday    afternoon    when    a    roving    photographer    came    along. Gazette Photo bv Steve Melle — UPI Telephoto Cornfield Crash Kills Two ;