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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 5, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa a IIM Robert Elgin. Des Moines zoo direetor. and his wife brought a    near ^ ha„ The Uon cubs are named . Billie"    and "Jan." after pair of lion cubs to Cedar Rapids Monday from Des Moines to promote    Governor    Ray's    wife, Billie, and his secretary. Jan. the referendum on a zoo in Cedar Rapids. The cubs were displayed Election Day ’74 Governor William G. Milliken reached the bottom during his final campaign swing through Kalamazoo, Mich., on election eve. Milliken greeted people at a downtown mall, then ran across this unidentified fellow in a manhole. A Message The little boy at left ha" a message for the world food conference which opened in Rome Tuesday. The boy was crying for food in the district of Rangpur, Bangladesh, where the ache for food has driven more than a million persons into government camps. Below. I N. Secretary Hurt Waldheim, third from left, gave a speech to the world food conference. Waldheim said the rich nations consume too much and the poor aren’t doing enough to help themselves Congresswoman Kila T firasso, Democratic candidate for governor of Connecticut, flashes a victory sign after voting Tuesday at the Union school in W indsor Locks, Conn. —Gazette photo* by tom MerrymanCedar Rapids Visitors Cadette Wirephoto* rn UPI telephoto* t ;

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