Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - November 23, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Former Russian ballet star Valery Panov and his ballerina wife, Galina, strike a pose on the Park avenue mall in Manhattan. The couple emigrated to Israel after a two-year struggle to leave the Soviet Union and arrived in New York this week for a dance tour of the United States.
Rep Jack Brooks, (I)-Texas), whispers something in the ear of vice-presidential nominee Nelson Rockefeller during a break in (he house judiciary committee hearings on Rockefeller's nomination. Camera angle makes Brooks cigar appear to be dangerously close to Rockefeller’s face.
Helen Morgan of Wales is exuberant on hearing she has been picked Miss World for 1974 The crowning took place Friday night at Royal Albert Hall in London. The 22-year-old model won the Miss United Kingdom title earlier, even though she had announced she is an unmarried mother.The General Takes Aim
Sen Barry Coldw ater reaches back to fire a paper airplane at a fund-raising banquet at the Franklin In tit Ute in Philadelphia. The science museum held the paper airplane contest to fund its institute Coldwater is a pilot and an air force general.
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With his wife, Nelly, looking up at him cheerfully at his side, former Treasury Secretary John ConnaUy leaves U. S. district court in Washington Friday after Chief Judge George Hart, jr., denied motions for dismissal of four criminal counts against ConnaUy in connection with the milk scandal. ConnaUy is accused of accepting HO,IM from milk cooperatives in 1971 in exchange for his help in swing-100 milk price support increases.
This is a view of the front of the Linn county courthouse from a second-story window Friday morning during a sheriff’s sale of stolen and embezzled property held by the Cedar Rapids police department. Ll David Webster, chief civil deputy, (circled in lower right corner), auc
tioned off the items which had not been claimed within six months of • conviction of suspects Proceeds of the sale ($818) are to be turned over to the Linn county treasurer for the benefit of the poor, as set out in state law. The items brought in $1,035 Costs of the sale were $217.
Calotte Photo by John Mc Ivor
Sheriff Sells Stolen Property