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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - January 26, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa ftttjpuU Bonehead Award Trumpeter Al llirl poses with I lie annual "Uonehead of the Year" award in Dallas. Ilirt, a top fan of the New Orleans Saints, accepted Hie award on behalf of the more than one million "no shows" who bought tickets to pro football games lasl year and then failed to attend the games. President N'ixon received the award in for sending plays to the Miami Dolphins before they lost the Super Howl game to Dallas that vear. Gazelle Photo by L. W. Ward Anita Davidson, 16, of 112 Twenty-fourth street NE, left, and Linda Corrigan, IB. of 2338 A avenue NE. paint the name of their sponsoring company on their sign at the Junior Achievement Trade Fair in the lobby of the MNB drive-in bank. All of the JA companies are displaying products at the fair. These girls represent Mimjac, which sells hurricane lamps, can openers and desk calendars. Dives Seven Stories Dar Robinson, a 26-year-old stuntman, plummeted from the of a seven-story building in Francisco and not only survived but repeated the feat 'three more times. The trick was "that he dived into a nine-foot- thick air cushion proposed as a substitute for the traditional safety net used by fire departments. The demonstra- tion was made at the San Fran- cisco fire department's training division for more than 30 fire chiefs from northern California. UPI Tolcpholo UPI Telephoto UPI Telepholo Handv Dandy Shoe Repair JL Sally Conrad of Ft. Worth found a handy shoe repairman at the Ft. Worth Stock Show. The colt cobbler is Roland Bowman of Pierceton, Ind. Mike Ruston and "Brady's Diamond" of Mundclein, 111., await Bowman's services. Sinatra And Mom Singer Frank Sinatra and his mother. Dolly, were together at a celebrity party following his opening at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas Friday night, his first night club dale in some three years. More than 1.0011 persons were on hand In hear Sinatra, who is gradually emerging from a self-imposed retirement. Wircpholn
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