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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa The new Twelfth avenue bridge under construction across the Cedar picture made Friday from the middle of the river. Completion date for river seems to be reaching out its arms toward the other bank in the the structure is the end of 1974. UPlTelephoto "Contact Us Immediately" A. Ludlow Kramer, boss of the Hearst "People in Need" grocery giveaway program in the San Francisco bay area, asked the kidnapers of Patricia Hearst to "contact us immediately" if they don't like the way the food handouts are handled. Kramer made the request after postponing a third distribution of food 'until Tuesday. Publisher Randolph Hearst hoped the handout of more than in groceries Thursday would bring word from his daughter's kidnapers. At left is Peggy Maze, PIN director. Patrolman Owen Dacey has become a landmark to rush- hour motorists at East Grand and Broadwav in St. Louis. Rush-Hour Landmark UPI Telephotos He combines the grace of a ballet daricer and balance of a gymnast in keeping the traffic flowing at the busy in- tersection. Photoi by John Mclvi Norman R. Davis, 2951 Sixth street SW, a dork in the Cedar" Rapids main post office, sorts envelopes in front of many more letters to be sorted. Ahead of the Rate Hike Increased mailings by businesses attempting to beat the postal rate available. Normal fl-sl-oMho-monih mailings also nddiul lo the volume increase, effective today, lived up to the expectations of Cedar Rapids Mike Herron, 821 Fourteenth struct SE, left, and Al llnrnian, 2201 Pine postal officials. A total of pieces of mail went through the Cedar avcnuo SE, mail handlers, push carts loaded with sacks of mall out onto Rapids post office Thursday, compared with pieces on an average tho loading dock while other sacks wail In foreground, day. Figures for Friday, when these pictures were madn, were not
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