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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - August 12, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Cvdur Till' intensity nl' a practice session is shown in this closenp (if Kngene Fodor, jr., known as the virtuoso of Colorado's Turkey t'reek. He practices at least four hours a dav, usuallv on the porch of his parents' eight-room homo on an 80-acre ranch. Skilled Hands The hands of Eugene Fodor, jr., are as skilkd at the reins of his ho, si is tho ,u .1 unvmg bi nuitul mi.su from the strings of a violin. Fodor, who shared top honors for the violin i.tuith at tin pustulous TL' Inlnnational Music, (urn petition in Moscow, lives in an eight-room home on his paunts 811 am lanch at Noith Creek Colo When he is not practicing the violin, his hands art apt to be clutchinc, (lit runs as lie ricks his horse or manipulating the controls of a massive excavation machine used in his father's business Fodor, 24, shared second place honors with two Russians tin Insist auompl.shmint of am in mi history of the competition. No first place prize was biun Wrong Party David and Alicia Taylor sit in their Alexandria, Va., apart- ment discussing the problems that arose when they had a tele- phone installed.The Taylors were assigned a phone number that was President Gerald T. Ford's when he was a U. S. rep- resentative from Michigan. Wrong Ford Gerald T. Ford, a 21-year-old accountant, answers the phone Sunday in his Alexandria, Va. apartment. Tord has been re- ceiving telephone calls since the eve of Richard Nixon's resigna- tion, on who should be picked for vice-president. During an inerview Ford said, "I try to tell them I'm NOT the Presi- dent. I'm Gerald Tierney Ford the accoun.ant, and I've got all my hair. AP Wirephoto Good Looking California (iov. Ronald Reagan, a possible vice-presi- dential contender, looks at the winner of a bathing beauty conti'sl Sunday at a Republican county picnic in Seattle. Keagan awarded the but didn't do tlic choosing. Octette pholo hv John Me Ivor We Wish You Well Well Karl, Kric and Hen Van linsklrk. ages II, and 13, respectively, pose in the shadow of the wishing well llni Innll of stone and nat.ve Inmber at the David Van Bnskirk residence, 2IOK liolmnnt parkwav NW' I I'Hiks. the well has a practical purpose. It ,s a keeping place for minnows and other live bait
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