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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - June 24, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Itfhr    fatInt ftwpitU GtaqeH* mm AP WirephotosOne Killed and Several Injured by Tornado Scott Brady Lewis, 12. was helped away after being rescued from under a trailer which toppled w hens a tornado struck Tucson, Ari/., Sunday. A 78-year-old man was killed and 35 persons were 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 Laguna Hills, Calif., struggles with a young female rhinoceros while trying to move her to another area of the wildlife preserve. She and other rhinos will cohabit there with a group of cheetahs. The rhino was tranquilized with a pellet before the transfer was attempted. rfi isl :>'y 'A*' ► ' ? w GI ■ V > $ #• ■■-jf 4 h- IX * I \ Sm * <# h *Hg;: Ap *** "•V # \mL- * w AP Wirephoto mkm rn* * I pended Protest A car sits on its end supinated by a pole in Lodi. Italy, as a protest against the use of I^odi s medieval square as a parking lot. Vittorio Cursing who put the car in the square, complains the ears clash with the style of the square and cause pollution Sweet O lifer Ca reft* photo bv Doon* froth AP Wirephoto Peg Jackson, 1407 Second avenue SH, president of the Linn County Democratic Women s club, offered cake to State Senators Michael Blouin, Dubuque, left, and James Schabcn, Dunlap, at the organization s annual picnic In Bever park Sunday Schulter! and lllouin ure the Democratic candidates respectively for governor and Second district congressman. ;

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