Cedar Rapids Gazette, December 15, 1974, Page 5

Cedar Rapids Gazette

December 15, 1974

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Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - December 15, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa Daily Record C.R. Weather High Saturday............... 38 11 p.m. Salinity.................34 Precipitation....................O.U7 Total for December..........0.28 Normal for December.....33.18 Total for 1974..................39.47 Barometer, Humidity at 11 p.ni..........93% Wind direction and velocity at Gazette weather station at 11 p.m., SEat lOmph. SM rises Monday at 7-28; sets at Year High, 46; low, 34; rainfall, none. Dec. U Mr. and Mrs. Dennis McCtnanghay, Solon, a daughter. Luke's 0 SHOPPING DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS Ford- (Conlinucd from Page 1.) ing nations sought to negotiate with producers without first reaching a unified position "you would have he added. Mid-East Peace Discard d'Estaing's com- ments on energy came after he issued a sharp warning that a "menacing situation still exists" in the Middle East. A durable peace there must take into account not only the right of Israelis to live safely Dec. 13 To the families 820 fin Michael Hnpfer, 1622 Park boundaries, he said, but also Towne lane NE, a son; Craig "those of the Arab states to F. Barliigame, 344 Seven- recover their territorial integ- teenth street SE, a son; John rity, and those of the Pales- L. Walsh, 152 Eastview drive tinian people to have a home- NW, a son; John WUey, Nor- land like everyone else mS: P" The black-tie dinner was 970 Twelfth street, Marion, a aiiended bv two II S ffiwa-rns Francis Everett, route 2, Glscard Marian F. Trahrn 1'honi- JH-M27 Itohn MORIICIAN SOU Mrsl Avf. NW o We have so many beautiful ways to say something special FLORIST and GIFT SHOP 364-8139 phone answered 24 hours every dov ;