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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 28, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa fcfdnr ftttpitU Gazette Photo by John Christmas Skates Mike Jenson, 13, left, and Lance Hewitt, 14, tried out their new Christmas skates at Lou Dennis rink in Manhattan park in northwest Cedar Rapids Friday afternoon and the photographer caught this ground-level photo. Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marr Jenson, 1651 East View drive NW. Lance's parents'are Mr. and Mrs. Adli Rnushdi, 1119 Woodlark lane NW. Hard Act To Follow These two steel workers in Traverse City, Mich., appear lo ho balancing an Iron beam as it is put into place on a new fire department building. Actually, there was an assist from above. For the Lady UPl Tclephoto UPt Telophoto Old New York town is all lit up (or the Lady. Buildings uf lower Manhattan provide an appropriate backdrop for the Statue of Liberty as the famous lady reigns supreme from her perch on Liberty Island. This view was made from Bayonne, ,1. The tenth anniversary event was sponsored by the personnel managers eommiltee of the Cedar Haplds-Marion Area Chamber of Commerce. Above, Mrs. Robert K. Chap- man, assistant personnel director for Iowa National Mutual Insurance Co., talks with I.awrcnce Krickson, a senior at Ml. Mercy college, who lives at 3412 Bel Air drive SK. Oozolto Photo hy loni Merrymai t t Operation Native Son" "Operation Native a project to college seniors with career opixirtunUics In the Cedar Hapids area, was carried out Friday at the Town Mouse. While Ray Helmer (if the Iowa development commission talked with Monte King of Coralville, a r-niverslly of IOWH senior, al rinlil, Nancy Slrasbiirivr. an Iowa Stale university seiinir. whose home is at 2140 Fifth avenue SK, and Sondra Nelson, a Ml. Mer- cy senior, living al Fourteenth street NK, looked over some of the material from the commission.
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