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HÂ«r* are my mMsurermnts: Â· 1 2 3 4 5 6 Pattern selection: D2011~$4.95 plus 75t postage handling TOTAL $5.70 D 6004--$4.95 plus75t postage handling TOTAL $5.70 D 8001--Special Saving*- Both patterns (2011 Â£904) lor one set of measurements only-$6.96 phis H post hand! TOTAL $9.95 (All patterns are mailed to you FIRST CLASS) Type of payment: (scttyÂ» C.O.D.-S) llrttrtank # Q Check or money . Bill to nry: Q kUstir Cturjt Q SwMiMilcard order enclosed Cart*. Name. Address. City .State- _Zip_ ... 'Keeping Up ^"Tfli crouth by ^Pamela Swift Blessed Event Coming Yoko Ono, who reconciled with ex-Beatle leader John Lennon after almost two years of separation, is pregnant--by Lennon. Yoko is 42. She and Lennon expect the baby in October. They have vacated their apartment in Greenwich Village and are living in Mick dagger's LongJsland mansion. Yoko has miscarried twice in her relationship with Lennon. She lost one baby two months before their marriage in 1969 and another following their marriage. She has an 11-year-old daughter, Kyoko, by a previous marriage to film director Anthony Cox. EVONNE GOOLAGONG AND HUSBAND ROGER CAWLEY Ftttf When tennis star Evonne Goolagong, 24, .married metal, broker Roger Cawley, 25, in England some weeks ago, she did not notify her cotich-manager-legal ^guardian, Victor Edwards. So at least claims Edwards. "I felt shocked and very upset/' Edwards explains. "It was a shock for me to hear of her wedding in England from a journalist. I've heard nothing from Evonne. The least isfie could have done was to phone my wife. Evonne has lived with us as a daughter since she was 13, but you don't hold animosity towards a daughter. If you love, you forgive. "I'd arranged for her wedding next January," Edwards goes on, "to be held in St. Mary's "Cathedral in Sydney. I'd hoped to give her away." Edwards, of course, is responsible for coaching Evonne to stardom. He took Evonne, part aborigine and one of eight children of a sheep-shearer in Barel- lan, 350 miles west of Sydney, into his home 10 years ago. He reared her, made her one of his family, coached her to tennis stardom. Last year she earned more than $100,000. Evonne, of course, has her side of the story to tell. "It's my life," she declares. "I'm going to do with it what I want. Victor knew very well that Roger and I were getting married. I told him. It was his decision not to come. We received lots of congratulatory telegrams, but not one.from him. The Edwardses are like mother and father to me. They will he invited with my mother to be present when we get our marriage blessed in a church in Australia. I am sure that so long as I am happy, Victor will be happy, too. And I am happy." Evonne, who met her husband at a tennis tournament five years ago, had to postpone her honeymoon /or Wimbledon "where she was seeded No. 4 and lost in the finals to Billie Jean King.