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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 14, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Posh Picket When a union member pickets in the posh Lacuna Niguel community of Orange county. Calif, apparently he must strike the proper sartorial note. Carpenters union organizer Matt Norman donned top hat and tails for his turn at picketing Friday To Fifty years from now, Chad Snow, 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Snow, 246 Miller avenue SW, will have something to show his grandchildren. Here he holds up a chunk of ribbon given to him by Mayor Don Canqey, left, after the ribbon-cutting ceremony at west end Monumental Eclipse Workmen went about their job of weatherproofing the Washington Monument Friday as the sun was in a stage of partial eclipse. The peak of eclipse was reached in late morning when about two-thirds of the sun was obscured Very few Kastern Iowans saw the eclipse because of the overcast sky during the day. Lucky Woman Bertha Costas. 23, is a lucky woman and she knows it. Convicted in Miami of manslaughter for cutting her husband’s throat in a family argument last June 15. the judge sentenced her to teach Sunday school for the next five years instead of serving 15 years in prison. (factor XUpirU Show His Grandchildren of the of the new Twelfth avenue bridge Friday afternoon. Delayed several times, the bridge was opened to traffic at that time. The four-lane bridge cost about $2 million. Work startl'd in March. 1973, and was completed on schedule before the end of 1974. Gazette Photo bv John Mclvor Cps**- UPI Te*eohoto UPI Telephoto Gazette Photo bv John Mtlvot Ouch! This car, center, was parked on Second street SE between Ninth and Tenth avenues Friday afternoon, when the photographer spotted it If you’d been hit in the rear end like that you’d probably say the same thing At any rate, the owner of the vehicle apparently has a wry sense of humor in the face of some really considerable damage to the rear of his. or her, car. ;

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