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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - March 2, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa \RnpirU — UPI Telephoto“Contact Us Immediately” ______    -||__—Gazette Photo by John MclvorReaching Out 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. 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 $200,(NM) 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-    ~M Ja    ~W    jar    jar'    *    rn    -rn    He    combines    the    grace    of a ballet dancer and balance of hour motorists at hast (.rand and Broadway in St. I^ouis    rnIM ^ mM rn    MM    M*    rn    MM    MM    Mm    MMM    MM    M*m£    a    ^mnas*    ,n    keeping    the    traffic    flowing    at    the    busy    in tersection.Ahead of the Rate Hike Norman K. Davis, 2951 Sixth street SYV, a clerk in the Cedar Rapids main post office, sorts envelopes in front of many more letters to be sorted. Increased mailings by businesses attempting to beat the postal rate increase, effective today, lived up to the expectations of Cedar Rapids postal officials A total of 729,IMM) pieces of mali went through the Cedar Rapids post office Thursday, comparts! with 550,(NHI pieces on an average day. Figures for Friday, when these pictures were made, were not available Normal first-oMhe-month mailings also added to th# volume Mike Herron, H21 Fourteenth street SF, left, and Al Harman 2204 Pine avenue SF, mail handlers, push carts loaded with sacks of mail out onto the loading dock while other sacks wait iii foreground UPI Telephotos Gazette Photos by John Mr Ivor t I ;

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