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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - July 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Her Favorite Flavor U'lu'll tin1 weather gets warm, even the groundhogs will come iif their link' Canada, a public works photographer templed tills groundhog with some ice c her hack intii lier den to share with her two youngsters. 's fur ream In Ottawa, took it with UPI Tclcnl'oto Police Strike... A number of Baltimore city policemen set up a picket line at the entrance lo the southern district station late Thursday. The striking policemen joined over municipal employes who have been on strike For 12 diiys. The striking workers are seeking higher wages. _- DPI Teleplioio Looters Take Advantage Youths loot a store in East Baltimore early Friday, after a looters an opportunity to break into stores under the cover of number of Baltimore policemen joined a 12-day-old strike by more darkness, than blue collar municipal workers. The striking policemen gave Near Miss By Meteor .lames Baker. Omaha, lias caused cpntr a stir with this photograph he shot while vacationing AUK. HI. in the (irawl Tetons of Wyoming. As he was about to take the picture, a meleor liassed over the mountain range and Baker slml away. Only this year did Baker learn that the meteor (arrow) was not a rocket re-enleniij: the earth's atmosphere, as he thought when he look the photo. Scientists have since then estimated that the meleor narrowly missed lulling I he earth and thai if it had Us force would have eipialed that of the atomic bomb unleashed nn Hiroshima. The meleor was estimated I" have been -III feel across. In have weighed Ions, and lo have Irau-led along a course from Sail Lake City lo Calgary, Canada, in Illl seconds. "Pump Person" l.mda Smith arrived in Tulsii Thursday on viicalion with two problems. Her car repairs and she didn't have enough money. So Hie yonnt.; mother of three small children offered to pump for a day if the seme e station would fix her car. They would and she did with such efficicncv Hie slalhin operator says hi' may lure a full-time "pomp person."
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