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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 8, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa FIX BROKEN DENTURES MbMMMMMteS Fast, easy to use Works every time, QUIK-FIX or your money back. PATTHWS by pAUllNE A cUssic dRESS With the constant change in fashions today, it's nice to know classic styling remains. Parade's pattern P-497 fol- lows timeless tastes with a slightly A-line dress that has raglan sleeves, form-molding panels and a zipper-front closing. Select from a wide assortment of fabrics and colors. P-497 with Photo-Guide is in sizes to 24'A. Size 35-inch bust, uses 3 yards of 45-inch fabric. Toondu: Send 75< plus for post- age and handling to PARADE, Depf. X, Box 475, Radio Cily Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. Print name, address, zip code pattern number and size. Include an extra 7Sf, plus 25 f for postage and handling, for PARADE'S PATTERN BOOK. Please allow three weeks for delivery. MTELUKNCE CONTINUED EXCESS SH Excessive sexual in- Itercourse reduces the number of sperm cells, thereby reducing the chances for impreg- nation. At the annual convention of the Planned Parenthood William Masters and his wife, Dr. Virginia Johnson, told of a young couple who engaged in sex relations three times a day, then at- tempted to find out why the wife did not get pregnant. Tests revealed the low sperm count. The couple were advised to wait at least 36 hours between each act of intercourse during the wife's fertile period. The couple fol- lowed the advice and with- in 60 days the wife was pregnant. I In terms of housing, I the most _________J racially segregated cities in this country are: (1) Dallas (2) Chicago (3) Houston (4) Atlanta (5) Los Angeles (6) St. Louis (7) Baltimore (8) Philadelphia (9) New Orleans (10) Detroit So claims a survey con- ducted by the Council on Municipal Performance, a non-profit research group in New York City. The con- tinued high level of housing segregation in these cities is caused most frequently by the difficulty blacks en- counter in obtaining high-salaried positions which would afford them a wider choice of housing, and restrictive zoning in suburbs which prevents blacks from moving out of the cities. nil ems Aristotle Onassis, HMIIfR HIT who owns nfMli Wl Olympic Airlines, has asked for "immediate termination" of his contract with the state. He wants Greece to take over the airline, says.he can no longer sus- tain the heavy financial losses involved. Onassis claims that Olympic lost million in the first eight months of 1974 and that condi- tions are growing worse. Greece-says its contract with Onassis calls for six months' notice before the government assumes con- trol. Once the mecca of immigrants from everywhere seeking a fresh start in life, Canada has begun to tighten its rela- tively liberal immigra- tion laws. Canada no longer has enough jobs or housing to offer an immigrant force estimated to reach at year's end. Last year only immigrants oettled in Can- ada, the largest propor- tions coming from Great Britain and the United States. This year, in addition to the British and the Americans, Canada is re- ceiving many Portuguese, Indians, Chinese from Hong Kong and Jamaicans. With an unemployment rate hovering at 7 per- cent, Canada plans to ac- cept fewer immigrants, just as Australia, Argen- tina, Great Britain, New Zealand, and the United States are doing. Economics, of course, is the major reason for re- vising Canada's immigra- tion law. Canadian authorities are quick to point out, however, that while the number of immi- grants will be restricted there will be no form of discrimination as to an immigrant's origin either by nationality or area. HURRY I I LETTER. to children grandchildren, relatives f W per letter Free autograph of Santa 4 Reindeer Included. YES! This Christmos Santa apes the letter writing on North Pole stationary, sent to your favorite youngster personally. The letter will assure your child that Santa has heard from him and all is in order. Make this Christ- mas a most memorable one for the whole family. There is no substitute for the magic and charm enjoyed by all at the wonder and de- light of a child at Christmas. Help it all come true for your little one with o bona- fide letter from Santa Claus. The reply will come addres- sed to your child, signed by Santa himself. Preserve the tradition and joy t h a t i s Christmas for your child and family. foltiw! Send just for each letter and receive outoflrophed pic- ture of Santa Reindeer. Deadline is December M for guaranteed XMAS de- livery. Santa P. o. STREET; MMDvftFD CITY, STATE A llf CMC
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