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Eating Sandwich . . . Atty. Gen. Evan Hultman, center, chats with William H. Warden, left and Robert Miller at the Union Pacific mail terminal.

Gov. Hughes, Seated, Signs Bill . . . outlawing the death penalty in Iowa. Witnesses, standing from left: Rep. Charles Korn of Logan, who introduced the bill; Sen. Andrew Frommelt of Dubuque, majority floor leader; Sen. John Ely, Cedar Rapids; Rep.…

New Iowa Governor And Family . . . Harold Hughes, his wife and two of his three daughters take preview of governor's mansion. Shown with the governor-elect and Mrs. Hughes are Phyllis, 10, and Carol, 19. - AP Wirephoto

Harold E. Hughes of Ida Grove is the first Democrat to announce his candidacy for governor in next June's primary election. Hughes, 37, is chairman of the Iowa Commerce Commission.

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Childs, David
Candidate for legislature

Children's Square U.S.A.
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Railroad tracks belonging to the Chicago Great Western Railroad Co., are disappearing from the scene in the southeast part of Council Bluffs. Five sets of tracks have already been torn up and trackage pictured in foreground is slated for removal in…

Once loose, the rails and ties are lifted by a crane into a car. This scene is just east of Highway 375 overpass. The job is expected to take most of the summer to complete. Photos by Jack kennedy.

Since the Chicago Great Western Railroad has been taken over by the Chicago and North Western, the Great Western yards are now being stripped of rails and ties. A crew of seven college students and regular employes [sic] started to dismantle the…

Edward T. Reity, president of the Chicago Great Western Railway Company, accepts delivery of one of eight powerful new diesels the line is placing into service this month from R.L. Terrell (on left), vice president of General Motors and general…
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