The Salina Journal Sunday, January 19,1986 Page 34 AT&T workers dial into plan to help students with homework PITTSBURGH (AP) - Sixth- graders at Milliones Middle School got some extra help with their math homework last week: American Telephone & Telegraph Co. employees reached out and tutored them at home over the telephone. "I like doing my homework now. I know it's right and I don't have to go bother anyone else about it," Demetryaiss Holyfield, 11, said during a class break. "When you ask the wrong question (in class), everybody laughs. But the AT&T people help you learn that question, then you're not scared to say it out loud," Deon Rice, 11, agreed. Since Tuesday, 10 AT&T supervisors, technicians and operators in Pittsburgh have been calling pupils after school twice a week to gently remind them about their homework and review fractions. For now, the tutoring focuses on arithmetic. The AT&T employees, all volunteers, visited the inner city school last week to pick up books and lesson plans and to meet their study pals. Mildred Greene boned up a little before contacting her two pupils. "You think to yourself what do you know about fractions. Then you look at it and say, 'Un huh, un huh, it's fun,' " said Greene, 41, a group manager for local operators. "Teachers advised AT&T employees to ask pupils how they solved their math problems, rather than whether they'd completed then?. Such a tactic proved the undoing of 12-year-old Wilbert Vaughn. After assuring his AT&T tutor that he'd completed his homework, he was at a loss to explain how he'd done it. "She said, 'You didn't do your AT&T employee Mildred Greene helps a student over phone. homework. Put your homework in front of you, we're going to work on the first problem.' She told me how to do it," he said, giggling. The school has 800 children in grades six, seven and eight. "There's going to be some students who are going to be on the ball and there's going to be others who need a little help. That's what we're here for," said Philip Dodge, 55, an assistant staff manager for AT&T's International Operating Center. The helpline was conceived last summer under the Partnerships in Education program, which links volunteers from businesses with public school children. So far, only 23 students from one Group says single mothers need help WASHINGTON (AP) - Saying government and industry have not kept pace with dramatic changes in family lifestyles and the labor force, a liberal group is urging massive new subsidies for working mothers. Traditional government, business and school policies toward families and work should be changed to accommodate the fact that one of every two marriages is ending in divorce and most children have a working mother, a panel of the U.S. United Nations Association says in a new report. The 177-page report by a family policy panel of the association's Economic Policy Council, a foundation-sponsored group, said fewer than 10 percent of the nation's households now correspond to the so-called "traditional family" with a wage-earning husband, a homemaker wife and two or more children. Instead, said the report, both parents now work in 61 percent of the nation's families and more than half of the country's children can now expect to spend a part of their childhood in single-parent households. "With very few exceptions, the schools, the workplace, the relevant government agencies and legislation, and our attitudes as a nation have not fully recognized or addressed the widespread social and economic implications of these changes," said the report released this week. The panel — headed by Alice Ilchman, president of Sarah Lawrence College, and John Sweeney, president of the Service Employeess International Union — did not put a total pricetag on 26 specific recommendations. But it placed at $1.5 billion per year the costs of two proposals: expanding from 30 to 50 percent and making refundable the annual tax credits on up to $4,800 in child care expenses, and extending Medicaid coverage to all impoverished women and their children under age 6. homeroom are participating, said Delphina Briscoe, the Milliones principal. "When you have a company as large as AT&T venturing into young minds like this, it just makes them feel like somebody else cares other than teachers and parents," said Jesse Jenkins, 36, the pupils' math teacher. "They seem to be buckling down and getting serious about their math work," he said. "If you get into good study habits, I think that carries on into high school, college, a job." Deon agreed: "I think it's a good time for them to be calling us because one day we're going to be on our own doing this." Repaying student loans problem for low-income women WASHINGTON (AP) — Women holding low-income jobs are having the most trouble paying off loans from college, financial aid officials said Friday. A survey of former students repaying Guaranteed Student Loans found that the typical borrower was now age 28%, had an annual income of $18,000 and was repaying $65 a month from debts for college. The borrowers were devoting 4.24 percent of their gross income to repay the $5,000 they were lent. So far they had paid off only 28 percent of the debt. Those are the median figures from a survey of 628 borrowers conducted last spring by the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. The average indebtedness is even higher — $6,488 — reflecting hefty loans that some students took out for medical or graduate school. On average, the borrowers had to devote 5.5 percent of their gross income to settling their college loans. The average salary was just over $20,000. But for almost 11 percent of the borrowers, the loan repayments were consuming 10 percent or more of their income. Defense department Promotions To Airman 1/c: Gene A. Morse, USAF, Salina. To Lance Corporal: John M. Hundley, USMC, McPherson. To Senior Airman: Bradley L. Breault, USAF, Beloit. '*. To Sergeant: Bryce E. Hooper, Army, Bogue. To Master Sergeant: Verle Underwood, USAF, Esbon. Awards Meritorious Service Medal: M-Sgt. Charles R. McMann, USAF, Beloit; Lt. Col. Max D. Remley, USAF, Ellsworth (second award). Expert Infantryman Badge: Sp-4 Bryan T. Williams, Army, McPherson. Graduates At Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.: Pvt. Jack D. Massell, Army, Salina, metalworker course. In the Black Forest, West Germany: Sp-4 Danny M. Harrington, Army, Salina, French Commando School. At Naval Training Center Corry Station, Fla.: Airman 1/c Lorena M. Smith, USAF, Jewell, printer systems operator course. At Fltzsimons Army Medical Center, Aurora, Colo.: Pvt. Michael R. McCord, Army Reserve, Hays, basic biomedical equipment specialist course. At Fort Benjamin Harrison, Ind.: Pvt. Pamela S. Mettien, Army, Salina, personnel administration course; Pvt. Frankie R. Plume, Army Reserve, Hays, finance specialist course; Pvt. Ronald R. Wilson, Army, Goodland, legal clerk course. At Keesler AFB, Miss.: M-Sgt. Donna M. DuFault, USAF, Quinter, NCO academy. Airman 1/c Suzanne M. Murray, USAF, Belleville, personnel specialist course. At Fort Knox, Ky.: Pvt. David L. Fees, National Guard, Concordia, tank corps reconnaissance scout training. At Laughlin AFB, Texas: 2nd Lt. Rohn H. Hamilton, Oberlin, pilot training. At Lowry AFB, Colo.: Pvt. Nicholus G. Albers, National Guard, Grinnell, audiovisual equipment repair course. At NAS Memphis, Tenn.: Airman Robert W. Galliart, USN, Russell, aviation hydraulics maintenance course. At Schofield Barracks, Hawaii: Ssf>4 Travis L. Swanson, Army, Plainville, basic NCO course. At Sheppard AFB, Texas: S-Sgt. Robert M. Craig, Air National Guard, Russell, masonry course. At Fort Sill, Okla.: Pfc. Lonnie D. Bailey, National Guard, Chapman, tactical communications systems course. At Vance AFB, Ark.: 2nd Lt. Randal K. Nuss, USAF, Russell, pilot training. In West Germany: T-Sgt. William E. Rager Jr., USAF, Abilene, NCO academy. New assignments To Blytheville AFB, Ark.: 2nd Lt. Randal K. Nuss, USAF, Russell. To Cannon AFB, N.M.: Airman 1/c Berrett L. Harrison, USAF, Clay Center. To Fort Carson, Colo.: Sp-4 Kenneth D. Minor, Army. To Hays, Kan.: Pvt. Nicholas G. Enlistments Air Force: Mark Salina. Classified Advertisements DIAL 823-6363 Or write PO Box 740, Salina, Kans. 67402 10 Words Minimum, $1.50 Minimum Charge Schools-Instructions 49 CAREER EDUCATION • choose from 9 career programs. You deserve the best. Call Brown Mackie College. (913) 825-5482. . 7 times, per word 52' 31 times, per word $1.93 Cash with order SAVES YOU (Plus the SO* handling charge, lor ads placed 3 days or more.) 10% 1 time, per word 15' 3 times, per word 35' 50' postage and handling charge on want ads if cash does not accompany order. BLIND AD SERVICE $1 if replies picked up $3 if replies are mailed Rates apply to residents in Salina retail trade area only. Open rate is 15' per word or $9.00 per col. inch per day on weekdays, $9.60 per col. inch on Sundays. (Add 4 words for Blind Box Number) Albers, National Guard, Grinnell. To Hensley Field, Texas: S-Sgt. Robert M. Craig, Air National Guard, Russell. To Fort Hood, Texas: Pvt. Roy D. Stokesbury, Army, Kensington. To Japan: Airman 1/c Lorena M. Smith, USAF, Jewell. To Fort Knox, Ky.: Sp4 Timothy P. Cox, Army, Norton. To Lackland AFB, Texas: Airman 1/c Suzanne M. Murray, USAF, Belleville. To Lowry AFB, Colo.: Sgt. Deadra L. Tabone, USAF, Lorraine. To Okinawa: Pfc., Steven M. Car- rigan.USMC, Salina. To South Korea: Airman 1/c Martin M. Bellerive, USAF, Plainville; S-Sgt. Carey T. Bernard, Army, Salina; Sgt. Timothy J. Weems, USAF, St. Francis. Boot Camp Grads At Fort Dix, N.J.: Pvt. Jeff L. Griffin, Army, Colby; Pvt. Audrey J. Roberts, Army, Atwood; Pvt. Tina L. Shellito, Army Reserve, Smith Center. At Fort Jackson, S.C.: Pvt. Traci J. Maris, National Guard, Rexford. At Lackland AFB, Texas: Airman Benjamin L. Alcorn, USAF, Beloit; Airman 1/c Michael A. Hilmerson, USAF, Herington; Airman Daniel K. Sexton, USAF, Abilene. At Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.: Pvt. Clarence A. Becker, Army, Hoxie; Pfc. Richard C. Bowman, National Guard, Cawker City. DISPLAY CLASSIFIED.ADS Will be accepted until 11 A.M. 2 days before insertion, 4 P.M. Wednesday for Saturday 11 A.M. Thursday for Sunday One day earlier than above if over Vi page. At least 1 day earlier than above on holidays INDIVIDUAL CLASSIFIED LINE ADS One column wide in type this size Will be accepted until 1:00 P.M. day before insertion; 10 A.M. Friday for Saturday; 1:00 P.M. Friday for Sunday. The Salina Journal will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion. SALINA JOURNAL WANT AD CLASSIFICATIONS THE SOLOMON Housing Authority now accepting applications for a >art-tlme maintenance person, tor Heritage Manor, Low Income Elderly Apartments, In Solomon, KS. Job requirements Include light plumbing, Ight electrical, general household maintenance, ability to maintain and operate mowing and snow removal equipment. Interested persons may pick-up application at Solomon Hous- ng Authority Office, 105 W. 6th St., iolomon, KS or may request appllca- lon by mall. Applications will be accepted until 12:00 noon, February 21st, 1986. We are an equal opportunity employer. II. Funeral Directors & Monuments 15. In Memoriam 19. Card ol Thanks 25. Amusemenls, Events 29. Personals 35. Special Notices 39. Lodges Clubs iS. Lost Found Strayed 49. Schools-Instructions 55. Alterations & Sewing 59. Appliance TV Repair 65. Baby Silting 69. Beauty & Barber Shops 75. Bicycle Repair 79. Bookkeeping-Taxes 85. Carpentry & Masonry B9. Cleaning 95. Clocks-Watches-Jewelry '99. Electric Services, Motors 105. Furniture Repair 109. Glass & Glazing 115. Healing & Refrigeration 119. Hearing Aid/Supplies 125. Laundry-Dry Cleaning 129. Lawn & Garden Care 135. Lawn Mowers & Engines 139. Luggage-Purses-Leather 145. Nursing Rest Homes 149. Moving-Storage 155. Office Machinery & Equipment 159. Odd Jobs 165. Painling & Papering 169. Pest Control 175. Photography 179. Piano Tuning & Repair 185. Plumbing-Sewer Service 189. Roofing 195. Shoe Repair 199. Trash Hauling & Cleanup 205. Tree Trimming-Removal- Spraying 209. Upholstering-Carpeting- Draperies 215. MHc«Hen»oui Service* 219. Word Processing m. Special Interest To Women 243. Cale, Molel Help 249. Help Wanted 265. Salespeople Wanted 269. Employment Opportunities 275. Situlations Wanted 279. Business Opportunities 285. Loans-Insurance 289. Wanl To Buy 295. Good Things To Eal 299. Musical Instruments 305. Wearing Apparel 311. Miscellaneous 335. Rummage Garage Sales, Flea Markets 339. Antiques-Coins-Stamps 345. Furniture & Appliances 349. Air Conditioning-Heating 355. TV Radio-Stereo 359. Business Equipment, Computers 365. Building Materials, Tools 369. Construction Equipment 375. Flowers, Plants, Trees 379. Pet Stock & Supplies 395. Farm Equipment 399. Farmers Wants & Services 405. Seeds, Feeds, Fertilizers 409. Livestock & Supplies 415. Poultry & Supplies 429. Public Auctions 433. Sale Dales 475. Furnished Apartments 477. Furnished Houses-Duplexes 479. Sleeping Rooms 4BI. Unfurnished Apartments 483. Unfurnished Houses-Duplexes 585. Room Mates 589. Houses-Lots For Sale 593. Wanl To Rent 599. Investment Property 681. Business Buildings, Sale Rent 683. Business Property For Sale 685. Office Space 687. Real Estate lout of town) 689. Garages Parking Lots 691. Farms and Farmland 693. Real Estate Wanted, Exchanged 729. Sporting Goods 733. Boats, Marine Supplies 73!. Alrplinei 737. Mobile Homes 739, Camper* & Trailers 761. Auto Service & Parts 763 Motorcycles-Bicycles 765. Car, Truck Rentals 767. Cars & Trucks PASTEL WORKSHOP With Barbara Jarvis Jan. 22-March 5 For Information call 827-0282 Help Wanted 249 Help Wanted 249 SURROGATE MOTHERS needed. Bring |oy to a childless couple. Artificial insemination. Must be healthy, over 21, given birth to healthy child- (ren). Medical expenses and living expenses (S850/ month) paid for two months. Call 913-233-1344, Hagar In- stltute, Topeka, Kansas. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY for exciting, non-profit organization. Usual office duties with working knowledge of computers helpful! Must work well with a variety of people and have the abllty to work under pressure. Send resume to P.O. Box 355, Salina, Kansas 67401 by 1-24-86. CONSUMER LOAN Officer- Central ansas Bank with $10 million loan ortfollo seeks candidate with 3-5 ears previous consumer lending ex- erience. Salary will be commensurate with experience. Please ubmlt resume to Box Y-902, Salina ournal, P.O. Box740. EOEM/F MCPHERSON COUNTY, an equal opportunity employer, Is presently accepting applications for a full time office manager. Business college degree or equivalent educational or |ob related experience required. Accounting and secretarial skills essential. Farm background helpful. Specialized on the |ob training provided. Please send resume to McPherson County Weed Department, Box 105, McPherson, KS 67460. The deadline for submitting applied- tlons Is January 24,1986. VOLUNTEER COUNSELORS needed. Requirements: The desire to help people who are experiencing a jroblem or life crisis and a willingness to be an Important participant In the betterment of the human condition in Salina. No previous experience or degree needed, training Is provided. To become a HOTLINE volunteer par- aprofesslonal telephone counselor, call the HOTLINE at 827-4747. This Is an opportunity of a lifetime. WOULD YOU like to do Interesting and challenging outdoor work? Would you want to meet and sell a needed service to people? This opportunity Is for you! You must be a high school graduate, an agriculture background would be helpful, have an excellent work record, and be willing to learn and work hard I Send resume of per sonal goals and work record to Box Y 899, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. XEROX AGENT seeks sales repre sentatlve to market Xerox product- s.excluslvley, In the surrounding 8 county area. We provide training, high Income and bonus potential and a benefit package. If you qualify for this professional sales position, senc resume with sales and earing history to: Box Y-901, Salina Journal, P.O 740, Salina. Funeral Directors & Monuments 11 THEGEISENDORF RUSH SMITH FUNERAL HOME SINCE 1906 Serving Saline County With Dignity For 80 YEARS FOR SALE: Addressograph, 1975 Class 1800; 36 drawer cabinet; 3000 ilates; manual plate maker. Sealed >ldsby February 28, Extension Office, Courthouse, Abilene. 913-263-2001. 4*1 ' Roger H. Brent NO FINER TRIBUTE MEMORIAL ART CO, 1608 South 9th 823-2981 "A name respected in Kansas" Personals 29 SKI COLORADO- Luxury condos low rates, minutes from Keystone Breckenrldge, Copper Mountain North Peak, Vail. 303-668-3737. DRINK AND Eat your way to a better feeling about your health friends and security the Herbal Way Ask me how! Debbie, 825-1011. PARENTS WITHOUT Partners Chapter 201. Call 827-4433 for Infer mation. PREGNANCY UNPLANNED Birthright cares. 1414 South Santa Fe 823-3113. Free tests. Confidentiality. WANTED: FIVE passengers t share expenses to Tampa, FL. Mus have references. 827-2307. Personals 29 WATCHED YOUR HOME MOVIES .ATELY? Let us make It easy; by ransferrlng your 16mm, 8mm or Suer 8 film to Videotape. Mid-America ^reductions, 227 N. Santa Fe, 823-3908. FULL-TIME POSITION open for Delsel Mechanic. Must have ma|or mechanical, maintenance and service experience. Job Includes operating hay equipment and semi-truck drlv Ing. Mall resume Including salary re qulrements, brief sumary of previous employment and references to: Box Y-894, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. LOCAL RESTAURANT promotion needs 6 telephone receptionists Im mediately for advertising program Sales experience helpful but n necessary. Ideal hours for housewlvi and students. Good wage and pleasan working condition. Apply in person a 228 B South Santa Fe, 9am-2pm or 4 8pm, Monday- Friday. Special Notices 35 LOSE, GAINor maintain weight the Herbal Way with the Nation's No. 1 nutritional progam...Mlndy or Gene 823-1757. LOSE WEIGHT the Herbal Way 'roven 100% Safe .rlsty. 823-3889. and Effective. LOOK GOOD, feel Diet. Keith, 825-4140. good, Herbal DIRECTOR OF Laboratory/Chle Medical Technician. Immediate opening for an aggressive individua to oversee the functions of the de partment. Previous hospital experl ence required. Located 60 mile northeast of Wichita. For further In formation call Paul Wilson, Admlnls trator, St. Luke Hospital, 316-382-2179 HELP WANTED: Part-time sec retary for Kansas Wesleyan financla aid office. Good clerical skills an some computer familiarity requirec Willingness to work with the public Flexible daytime hours. Submit ap plication and resume In person o Friday, January 24, In Pioneer Hal room 7. Interviews will be called. BABYSITTER WANTED for 1 yea old In your home, Monday thru Fr day, 9am-4pm or part-time. Must be extremely loving, patient, energetic non-smoker. Could watch one othe child but no more. 913-388-2709 afte 8pm. NOTICE Classified Ad Deadlines 11:00 AM 2 Days before insertion for Display Classified. 11 am Thursday for Sunday • 4pm Friday for Tuesday. Ads over V4 page 1 day earlier than above. The deadline for WANT ADS and deleting want ads before normal expiration l-.OOPM day before insertion. 10 am Friday for Saturday 1 pm Friday for Sunday. 1 day earlier than above when holidays are Involved. The Salina Journal reserves the right to edit, reject, re- classlfy, or refuse any copy. RN, FULL-TIME opening on th medical/ surgical floor to work eve nlngs. Generous benefits and com petltlve salary based on experience Contact the Personnel Office, Memo rial Hospital, Manhattan, Kansa 66502,913-776-3300. EOE. LONG JOHN Silver's Is taking ap plications for part-time help. Nea appearance, out-going personal!! Applications can be pick up at 10 East Crawford, January 15th and 19t between 3; 30-5; 30pm. THE ALL New KNNN Country .Ralo 55 Is currently seeking a part-time nnouncer. Experience preferred, but rilling to train an outgoing, reliable ndlvldual. Written applications taken rom 8am-5pm weekdays at 660 West- ort Blvd. KNNN Is an equal op- irtunlty employer. TUBBS AND Sons Ford Sales, Colby, Kansas, Is currently taking ppllcatlons for one full-time me- hanlc, 3-5 years experience neces- ary. Apply In person to Tubbs and ons, BIO South Range, Colby, Kansas, 13-462-6746. MEDICAL ASSISTANT for Salina lector's office. Will train In specialty irocedures. Nursing or medical office xperlence desirable. Send resume to Box J-145, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 40. MEDICAL: ART, full-time, experienced In utilization and coding kills preferred. Full benefits. Per- onnel Department, Halstead Hospl- al, 328 Poplar, Halstead, Kansas 7056,316-835-2651. EASY ASSEMBLY workl $600 per 00. Guaranteed payment. No experience/no sales. Details send self- iddressed stamped envelope: Elan Vital- 836, 3418 Enterprise Road, Ft. Pierce, Florida 33482. INDIVIDUAL FOR Bank teller and operations employment. Prefer ex- >erlenced person, but can train. Call H.E. Pearson, Falun State Bank, 913668-2221 or make personal appointment. CONTRACTOR NEEDS Estimator. = amiliar with pipe valves and fittings. = ringes Include: Profit sharing, lealth insurance and vacation. Send Resume to Box Y-904, Salina Journal, .0. Box 740. NEED PERSON to learn dqnut production, early morning hours and weekends. This Is a permanent posl- Ion with the possibility for advancement. Apply at Carol Lee Donuts,'218 West Iron. , PART-TIME CHILD care postlon open In residential treatment facility, -llgh school graduate, 21 years old. 'end resume to: Box 1366, % Resident Director. EOE. MANAGEMENT Unencumbered couple to manage In- erstate Motel with growing chain. immediate openings. Call 1-800-992- 9026,ext.56. GOVERNMENT JOBS. $16,040$59,230 year. Now hiring. Call 805-6876000, ext. R-9444 for current federal Istlnfl. WANTED: COCKTAIL Waitress, part-time work, starting minimum wage. Call 825-9537 or apply In person after 5pm, Sale Barn. HAIR STYLIST wanted. All resumes confidential. Send resume to Box Y-895, Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740. BENEFITS AVAILABLE for full- time assistant In Doctor's Office. Will train responsible person. Reply: Box Y-897, Salina Journal. P.O. Box740. AFFIRMATIVE ACTION EMPLOYER. Labors, cement finishers, and foremen. Experienced only. 8273009. HAIRDRESSER WANTED! With Clientele. Apply In person, 1004 West Crawford, Chalet Coiffure, Bam-6pm. BEAUTY SALON has station for rent. Send resume to: Box Y-900, Salina Journal, P.O. Box740. TRUCK DRIVER wanted. Home on weekends, 1 year minimum experience. 913-663-2564. WAITRESSES WANTED: full time, 6am-2pm. Apply In person, Russells Restaurant, 1-35 and Crawford. Read The Salina Journal Classified Section For All Your Realty Needs. Today's patterns DESIGNED patterns ~- Lost-Found-Strayed 45 LOST: BLACK poodle, white paws, answers to name Bruno. 712 North 7th. Reward. Schools-Instructions 49 PIANO LESSONS. Specialize with beginners and advanced. Special rates.825-5596. Allen Rush, 1' I I I I I I PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD! The Salina Journal Classified Department makes every effort to avoid errors, but when we handle hundreds of ads each day, most ordered by telephone, mistakes do occur. Please check your ad the first day of publication and call before 10:00 am that day for any needed corrections (1:00 pm Friday for Sunday correction). • 'We can then give you the necessary credit and cor- | rect your ad for the earliest possible edition. The • Salina Journal regret; that we cannot be respon- • slble for any errors beyond the first day If you fall | to tell us about It. I I I, CLASSIFIED AD DEPT. (913) 923-6363 Jayne Jay Collection D102 Designer Pattern D102, Sizes 10-18 • Suit or separate layers. Whichever way you choose, this trio by Jayne Jay will get the award for most woarability in your wardrobe. The long unlinad. cardigan (lows smoothly over the hips above a brief top and straight skirt. Put your hands deep into the pockets to discover the relaxed comlort ol this new proportion. Sewing couldn't be simpler — no complications anywhere. Choose linen or cotton knit lor day, and silky crepe for evening. • Designer Pattern 0102 is available In Misses Sizes 10 to 18. • Please send $3.75 lor each Pattern lo ( The Salina Journal ) Reader Mall, P.O. Box 47, Woodside. New York 11377 (Add 75e for each pattern lor postage and handling.) Print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, STYLE NUMBER, SIZE. NEW 1986 NEEOLECHAFT CATALOG Knits, ciocnel, dolls, quills, more Three line pattern* inside. Send 42.00 plus 75c postage. ntoxt Wee* — Watch tor a Prominent Designer Pattern by EsteVez.
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