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Letter best expresses painful past Journal Plus Wednesday, April 3,1985 Page 7 Dear Ann Landers: I am reading the letter from the 15-year-old girl who fears getting a physical because she was molested when she was 8. "Talk to your school counselor or ask your family doctor," you say. Can you imagine how difficult it would be for a shy person to follow that advice? How does a teenage girl talk about events of the past that are so painful and have made her feel ashamed and guilty? That 15-year-old has the perfect device to make an initial face-to- face approach without embarrassment. She need only take along your column, thrust it at the counselor-doctor and say, "This is me." The counselor-doctor will then have all the information needed to ask the right questions and put the client at ease. Getting past that first moment can be the most difficult part of therapy. If you print this letter it might help a great many people right now, Ann. You might also suggest this same approach to others who find it hard to tell close friends Ann Landers FIELD ENTERPRISES or relatives what in the relationship is bothering them. — Feel for her in Salina Dear Sal: I have told many readers, "hand this column (or mail it) to your mother-in-law, daughter or friend and confess it's your problem." I should suggest it more often. Thanks for the reminder. Dear Ann Landers: I've read your column for years but have never seen a problem like mine. I'm embarrassed to even write about it. We have two children, June, 23, and Sam, 17. June's marriage went bad and she is back with us until she finds a job. The other day I heard Sam and June talking and laughing. They seemed to be developing a healthy brother-sister relationship — quite a change from the way things were before June married. When I entered the room, I almost went into shock. Sam was sitting on the bed. June had just taken a shower and was standing in front of him, stark naked, brushing her hair. When I walked in June acted like nothing was wrong. Sam seemed embarrassed. I didn't know what to say and mumbled something about putting some clothes on before she caught a cold. Later, I told her in no uncertain terms that I didn't approve of what I had seen. She said casual nudity in the home is healthy, especially for teenage boys who are interested in seeing a nude woman. Her theory is that if boys were not exposed to the nudity of their mothers or sisters they would look for it elsewhere and get into trouble. My husband refuses to get involved but says June may have a point. The real shock came when I told my best friend. She agreed with June and said her son, who is two years older than Sam, has always seen HER naked and still does. Am I crazy? Could they be right? — Stunned in Ohio Dear Stunned: No. You are not crazy. June is trying (perhaps subconsciously) to seduce her kid brother. (Maybe she's insecure since her divorce and is testing her wow-power.) Your husband is too spineless to take a stand. As for that dippy friend of yours who parades nude in front of her 19-year- old son, she is clearly off the wall. (Write to Ann Landers in care of Field Newspaper Syndicate, 1703 Kaiser Ave., Irvine, Calif., 92714.) Do you need another employee? Hundreds of readers are looking through the classified ads every day. Phone 823-6363 and an ad-taker will help you. PLAY IT COOL THIS SUMMER LEARN TO BOWL CROWN JEWELL BOWLING BALL TO ALL LEAGUE MEMBERS For people who have never bowled a sanctioned league •0- Qualified instructor Q -W.13 sessions — Tuesdays, 7 pm o » Call Barb, Z-or Linda at 825-0501 Hey Kids! Spring Break Special Games For ' I Shoe Rental Included April 3 thru April 11 10 Oz. Drinks 1125 W. South 825-0501 i NOTICES I PREGNANCY UNPLANNED? Birthright cares. 1414 S. Santa Fe, 8233113. Free tests. Confidentiality. SALINA MINI-Storage, all new. North Ohio and Woodland. 827-4744. || SERVICES : JERRY JOHNSON Con- .struction. Basement walls and foundations repaired or replaced, deadmans installed in leaning walls for support, driveways, patios, sidewalks, roofing, siding, fences built, framing, drywall, texturing, cabinets, paneling, plumbing, electrical, tree trimming, etc. Pictures of previous jobs. Licensed, bonded. Twenty years experience. References, free estimates. Financing available. 913-8237791. DEAN ENDSLEY Con struction. Exterior, Interior! Basement walls repaired or replaced, deadmans installed. ' Driveways, Decks, Roofing, Additions, Drywall, Paneling, Counter tops, Cabinets, Painting, Texturing, Plumbing, Electrical. 22 Years Experience! Excellent References! Licensed, Bonded, Insured! Financing Available! Free Estimates! 913 827-1317. HAVE BRUSH will paint. Exterior and Interior, resi dential and commercial, wallpapering, texturing, also small interior and exterior repairing and'remod- eling. Call D & J Painting for all your painting needs. 825-7597. TOOTHMAN CONSTRUCTION. Drives, patios, garages, foundation repair, new construction, room additions, roofing, re modeling. License and bonded. Free estimates 825-0845. HOUSE PAINTING, exte rior and interior, residen tial and commercial; wall papering. 12 years experience. Free estimates. J & R Painting Service, 823 3204. REPAIR ON cracked or bulging basement walls anc foundations. Cement block laying and concrete work Licensed and bonded. Free estimates. Gilbert Ruh kamp, 823-2069. McGINLEY CARPET Cleaning. Professiona steam cleaning at affor dable rates. 827-9963. HEART TREE Service and Stump Removal. Dry firewood. 823-2198. CONCRETE WORK, any type. Licensed and bonded Free estimates. 823-8183. Read The Salina Journal Classified Section For All Your Realty Needs. SERVICES | LICENSED SITTER has penings, quality child are, five years experience, earning activities, nutri- ious meals, reasonable rices. 827-5019. I FOR SALE | PUREBRED MINIATURE Schnausers, six weeks old and ready to sell. For more information, call 738249 or 738-5068 in Beloit. PHASE IV D.J. Service, rofessional D.J.'s for all ccassion. Specializing in wedding receptions, private arties, anniversaries. 827848. RAINMAKER SYSTEMS Lawn irrigation at the owest cost! 24 hours, 823480; evenings, 825-1532. Sana, Kansas. ALTERATIONS: pants, oats, lapels, zippers, resses, skirts, lined coats. Monday - Friday, 9 am • 6 m, 827-1386. AL'S ROOFING Service: Redecking, shingling, free istimates, guaranteed, ref irences. Financing is available. 827-2472 'WALLPAPERING - VI- NYLS, foils, flocks or mur- Is. Before doing it your- elf, call for my prices. Linda, 827-3161. POWER RAKING hrough May 1, free esti mates. Vincent's Lawn ervice, 823-7718. LAWN MOWING, clip lings hauled off. Trash lauling and clean up. 825 1456, 8 am • 5 pm. SPRING CLEANING? Call McGinley Carpet Cleaning and housecleaning. 827-9963. SPRING GARDEN need illing? Call Dick Morgens ern, 825-0143. Free estimate. ANTIQUE WALNUT rocker, $75; twin bed with headboard, $20; like new, ittle used, boy's Schwinn 26" bike, $100; 20 gauge single shot Ithaca, $50; Powerline air pistol, $20 825-9264. 14K GOLD Fingernails, available in yellow, rose or white gold. 14K gold Nai 3ems, over 200 to choose from. Phone 823-2372 eve nings for complete informa tion. BING & GRONDOL col ection of Mother's Day and Christmas plates for sale 913-524-4311 days, 524-3221 evenings. THOMPSON PLAYER piano, good condition, includes music rolls. 316-3458583 or 316-327-4582. REAL ESTATE] FOR SALE: Large lot ith beautiful view of city olf course. Country Hills Addition, low down payment and cheap interest. 27-7197. SPRING IS here! Now is the time for Sandak Sandals. For appointment, call 913-827-8895. AKC YORKSHIRES, very tiny, will be 3 - 5 Ibs. 316665-6544. WANT TO BUY | WANTED: ANTIQUE furniture, collectibles, glassware, guns, coins fools, cars, trucks, motor cycles, tractors. I will pay you to bring anything of value to the Auction House for our regular Monday sale at 6:00 pm, 304 East Pacific, 823-7532. Pick-up available. Call for details, Saturday - Thursday. WANTED: OLD post cards before 1920, old catalogs before 1935 (especially Simmons Tool Catalog), old advertising pocket knives before 1940. 827-1547. RENTALS NEED HOUSEMATE - Vi all bills. See at 314 South 5th after 5 pm. REAL ESTATE] ENJOY THE sunshine of spring in the sunrooms of this two story, four bedroom home. Remodeled kitchen, original woodwork and windows plus two cozy fireplaces for chilly spring nights. Mid 60's, 545 South 8th. 825-8014. MUST SELL: 1980 Bella Vista mobile home, 14'x74' ( kitchen appliances, fire place, redwood deck, cen tral air, excellent condition 823-5246; after 6 pm 825 7380. 4'/2 ACRES with 14x80 mobile home, two miles south of Bennington. 488 3415. LIKE NEW 1982 Glrdon 14x60, air conditioning, ap pliances included. 392-2752. PUBLIC AUCTION Friday, April 5 1 mile west of Salina, Ks. on Highway 140 to State Street Road and '/2 mile west on State Street Road. I have sold my place and will sell the following: TRUCK, TRACTORS, MACHINERY 1966 Ford F100 pickup truck with electric dump bed, 4 speed; Case 900 diesel tractor, wide front, dual hyd., runs good; Ford 8N tractor with new rubber, runs good; IHC M tractor, 4 wheel hay wagon, pull road grader on hyd., 3 pt. slip, 3 pt. dump rake, Ford No. 501 3 pt. 5' sickle mower, Dunham 3 pt. 5' rotary mower, 3 pt. 5' blade, fertilizer and lime spreader, other salvage machinery. MISCELLANEOUS John Deere No. 56 riding mower with bagger, S.P. push power mower, power mower, fertilizer spreader, hand tools and garden tools of all kinds, old tools, lumber, air bubble chain saw, electric drills, barrels, 2 fuel tanks on stands, wood tool box for pickup, cement blocks, small stock tank, salvage iron, some household items and dozens of miscellaneous items. Terms: cash. J & J Clerk Service. Lunch on grounds. Jeanne Thelander, Seller Roger A. Johnson & Sons, Auctioneers, Salina 913-825-9306; Mobile Phone 913-827 962V CHOICE EAST Salina lot t 105 North Estates. Ask- ng $15,900. Call 827-8224 be- ore 2 pm; 827-8003 after 2 m. FARM ITEMS I KANZA ALFALFA seed, 2 germination, 75' Ib.. 823840 or 825-9283. FARM ITEMS BABY DUCKS, geese and turkeys. Hatching weekly. Haden Waterfowl Hatchery, Ellsworth. Evenings, 913472-4889. FLASHY BAY purebred, two year Arabian gelding. Will make excellent English horse. Very reasonable. 913227-2881. REGISTERED ARABIAN show horse for sale. 825-8871 days, 823-8568 evenings. SQUARE ALFALFA bales. Call mornings or evenings, 913-525-6451. PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday, April 9 532 S. College St., Salina, Ks. Starting 12 Noon TOOLS, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS ANTIQUE & COLLECTOR JTEMS Acetylene welding outfit, power drills, saws, etc.; hand and carpenter tools of all kinds including saws, drill bits, hammers, wrenches, shovels, post hole digger, R.A. grinder, bench grinders, bolt cutters, vise, jacks, tap and die set, paint sprayers, lots of tools of all kinds, bolts, nuts, etc.; ladders, chairs, chains, boomers, power mower, wheel barrow, tent, ice chests, fly and lure making equipment and dozens of miscellaneous items. ANTIQUE AND COLLECTOR items include: oak small sideboard, oak wardrobe, mantel clock, trunk, treadle sewing machine, rocker, lantern, wood planes and carpenter tools, lots of glassware of all kinds, Coldspot chest freezer, folding chairs, beds, old wringer washer, nice window air conditioner and dozens of miscellaneous items. Terms: cash. J & J Clerk Service. I.D. required to obtain bidder's number if unknown to Auction Company. Lunch on grounds. FREDA H. DAY,SELLER Roger A. Johnson & Sons, Auctioneers, Salina , 913-825-9306; Mobile Phone 913-827-9629 Farm Machinery Auction Thursday, Apr. 11 rts SSK m Location: Kaser Implement Lot, Highway 24 and 281 Junction, Osborne, Ks. 1 TRUCKS & PICKUPS 1976 Dodge D-800, tandem axle with IB ft. box and hoist; 1967 Chevrolet Vn ton, tandem axle with 18 ft. all steel box and hoist, grain extensions, stock racks; 1964 Chevrolet 2 ton with 13 ft. box and hoist, fold down racks; 19S5 Ford 1V4 ton with 13 ft. box and hoist, grain extensions; 1977 Ford 4i ton pickup. TRACTORS, COMBINES & SKID LOADER 1970 John Deere 4020 with cab, 3 pt. and dual hydraulics; 1966 Allls Chalmers 'C with 16 ft. header, 1970 John Deere 158 loader, 1970 John Deere 4010 with cab, old Farmall H needs repair, 1975 John Deere 643 cornhead, 1981 New Holland L-445 skid steer loader with bucket, 1975 John Deere 7700, hydrostatic, 24 ft. header, straw chopper; 1966 Allis Chalmers 'A' with 12 ft. header. 1970 John Deere 4020 with factory roll guard cab, air, 3 pt., dual hydraulics; 1976 John Deere 4430 with cab, air, quad range, duals, 3 pt., dual hydraulics. EQUIPMENT John Deere 8300 10-16 drill, Crust- buster 28 ft. springtooth, 300 gal. crop sprayer on trailer, Kewanee 14 ft. tandem disc, John Deere 6 row cultivator, IHC 400 6 row Cyclo air planter with milo and corn drums, Clark 24 ft. NH3 applicator, 3 pt., mounted on Champion caddy; 1982 1200 Rlchardton high-dump wagon, New Holland 851 auto-wrap round baler, excellent condition; New Holland 852 auto wrap round baler, excellent condition; Bush Hog V blade with fertilizer attachment, 2 Crustbus- ter 2B ft. springtooths with fold up cylinders, John Deere 38 field cutter with 2 row head, 3 sets John Deere 10-10 hoe drills with fertilizer attachment, John Deere 10 ft. tandem disc, IHC 10 ft. one- way, Sunflower 12 ft. V-blade, John Deere 3-16 plow, John Deere 2 row lister, Pride of Farm liquid manure spreader, model 1500; John Deere 3 pt.. 24 ft. rotary hoe; Grahm Hoeme 8 ft. chisel, Sunflower 20 ft. flex offset disc, 2 300 gal. fuel tanks with stands, John Deere 27 flail cutter, John Deere 127 gyromower, IHC 211 gyromower, Allls Chalmers gyro- mower, 3 new Continental 3 pt. post hole diggers. GENERATOR 1980 Wlndpower 110 KVA generator with electric panel and White diesel engine. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT 1973 WW 16 ft. stock trailer, 20 Pac 60 bu. self feeders, Blair feed wagon, needs repair; Ostee welght-krate hog sorter. MISCELLANEOUS 2 • 1,000 gal. NH3 nurse tanks, Speed King 40 ft. auger, 6", with motor; Hutchlnson 47 ft. auger, 8"; John Deere cylinders, drill till auger, Lincoln 225 electric welder, acetylene welder, miscellaneous V-blades, combine cab, miscellaneous hitch pins and bolts, gathering wheels tor round baler, hundreds ol new siphon lubes, 1" • 2"; mllo guards, pair 1834 dual wheels, clamp on; good assortment of other trailer Items, large assortment of new baling twine, miscellaneous hoses. Terms, cash. Nothing removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents. Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over printed matter. FREE WHOLE HOG BAR-G-Q Courtesy of: Kaser Implement, Farmers National Bank, North Central Kansas Auction & Real Estate Co. Sale conducted by: North Central Kansas Auction & Real Estate Phone 913-346-2856, Osborne, Ks. Robert A. Bloomer & Associates, Auctioneers & Broker, home phone 346-2804. Dennis Lutgen, Auctioneer FARM ITEMS | 1967 A2 combine, 16' header, nice clean machine, shedded. 316-345-8583 after 6 pm. 1980 L2 combine, fully equipped, excellent condition, shedded. 316-345-8583 after 6 pm. DAIRY QUALITY alfalfa, 100 bales, shedded, $2.20 bale. Lindsborg, 913-227 2881. GOOD QUALITY alfalfa and prairie hay, big round bales. 823-8589. || RECREATION 1976 18' Glastron boat, walk-through, 115 Mercury with power trim, many extras, in new condition. Must see to appreciate. $5,900. Call for appointment, 8251129. Classified ads get results. AUTOMOTIVE 1976 CUSTOM VW, excel lent condition, $3,500. 6552110 or 823-5269 after 6 pm. PUBLIC AUCTION Tuesday, Apr. 9 Starting at 10:00 am Rain Date: Thursday, Apr. 11, 10:00 am Located 5 miles south of Enterprise, Ks. on 'K-43 Highway and Vi mile east; or 2 miles north on K-43 and '/2 mile east from Navarre, Ks. Order of sale - Antiques will sell first. Very few miscellaneous items, so be on time. Machinery will sell about 1:00 pm. There are very few small farm items. MACHINERY 1979 JD 4240 OR, dual hydraulic, new rear rubber, cab and air, radio, fully weighted, 2900 hours, always shedded. 1967 JD 55 gas combine, cab and air, wide rims, 14' header, power steering, Au- Sherman bars, always shedded. 1967 Ford 600 2 ton truck, Knapheide 15' bed and hoist, 4x2, 330 V8, 22,000 actual miles, very good. JD F145 plow 5xU, semi- mounted; John Deere A tractor on original rubber, PTO, hydraulic; John Deere 6' blade, 3 pt.; JD 640 pull type hay rake, good shape; JD 4 row cultivator, 3 pt., used very little; JD No. 38 sickle mower, 7' with 8 extra sickles; John Deere R manure spreader, good; Two 4 wheel trailers with grain sides, on Colby running gears; 3 section drag harrow, old 4 wheel wagon with grain box. Auctioneer's Note: This machinery Is in exceptionally good shape. Most has always been shedded and well cared for. This Is a very good chance to buy machinery in field ready condition. MISCELLANEOUS & ANTIQUE FARM EQUIPMENT 1928 Case threshing machine, 100' threshing machine belt, two 300 gal. fuel tanks and stands. JD 20' boom sprayer, parts only; 5 section drag springtooth, Clipper fanning mill, walking plow, LaCrosse horse drawn lister, tractor umbrella, 8 JD front weights, Fordson extension rims, John Deere D iron wheel rims and lugs only and extension rims, 400 hedge posts, good. GUNS Walther P-38 9mm, Nazi proof marks, SN 3362, never fired outside factory, mint condition; Winchester Model 1890 pump rifle, 22S; 7.7mm Japanese service rifle. COINS & WATCHES 22 Indian head pennies. 1881-1906, In various conditions; 1881 dime, 3 1922 silver dollars, 1899 $1 silver certificate. W.W. Springfield hunting case watch, locomotive design; American Wallham pocket watch. Auctioneer's Note: Most of the following antiques have been in the family for many years, dating back to the late 1800's and early 1900's. They are in very good condition. ANTIQUES 1904 Coca Cola lip tray. 48" round oak table and 6 chairs, oak chest style ice box, pine dry sink with beveled panels and peg doors, oak high chair wilh graniteware tray, very nice; 2 child's rockers, solid oak rocker, oak dresser and commode, oak drop front desk, captain's chair, painted; 2 dressers, cast iron dump wagon and horse, wheels damaged; wind up cast iron American Fiyer locomo live, Bank Buildinq & Rearing Horse cast iron banks, antique baby buggy, 12 quilts, double wedding ring and others, hand and machine quilted, most in very good condition; several old comforters, 2 quilt tops, old woven carpet from Pennsylvania, old 4" tin spoon, 3 butchering kettles with stands. 2 camel back and 1 flat top trunks, oak ornate picture frame, walnut shaving mirror, comb case, towel bar combination, shaving mirror, cast Iron women pdestal base, Philco curved top radio, walnut case Kellogg telephone. Souvenier Items: Navarre State Bank bank, Coolidge and Dawes political pin, ruby flashed pitcher, Clyde, Ks.; 1917 Dickinson County Old Settlers and Historical Society watch fob and pin, Boulder, Colo, sterling spoon, souvenir plates: Wingerd, Huffman and Donegal, Navarre; Blue Front Shoe Store, Abilene, 2 1918 Peace plates, H.G. Wingerd, Navarre, and 5 Froelich Bros., Enterprise; 1921 calendar plate, F.A. King, Gypsum. Ks. 20 pieces tea- leaf ironstone, brown and white Stafford pattern Meakln dishes, set white Johnson Brothers dishes • butter dish, creamer and sugar, gravy; 3 ironstone waste pots, 2 German flow blue bowls, Red Wing birch leaf churn, cracked; II brown glaze crocks and jugs, many pressed glass items including spooner, tumblers, Interlocked Hearts pitcher, butter dish and others; marigold carnival bowl, Whirling Leaves pattern; 10 pieces green depression, 8" square vaseline bowl, green Aladdin lamp, black amethyst plate, 15" oval Cupid Awake picture, RS Germany bowl, mustache cup and saucer, 2 shaving mugs, other Germany bowls and porcelain items, 4 kerosene lamps and miniature kerosene lamp. Books: Rival Babies by Palmer Cox 1897, Brlggle Horse Book 1904, Cloth Midget ABC Book, Abilene High School Yearbooks 1909 (includes Ike). 1910-13; 1918 Farm Journal, old Swedish song books. Set wooden storage boxes and wooden cigar boxes, school house and malel clock cases, 12 quart cream can, round wooden butter mold, marbles, post cards, 2 composition dolls, black silk dress and bonnet, case razor, antique wooden handle knives and forks, kitchen primitives, 7 flat irons, wood carved whimsey, unique; many items too numer ous to mention. HOUSEHOLD & MISCELLANEOUS La-Z-Boy rocking love seat, floral design; Early American maple Irame couch, Hotpoint refrig eralor. 2 occasional chairs, octa gonal lamp table, large amber table lamp, microwave cart, kneehole desk, many other house hold items. Terms, cash. Lunch by Navarre EHU. Not responsible for accidents. Statements made sale day take precedence over printed matter. Sellers: Amos & Vi Sterner, 913-479-5965 Clerk: Georgia Reynolds Cashier: Farmers National Bank, Abilene, Ks. AUCTION SERVICE Paul Gelst 263-2545 Randy Reynolds Harold Mugler 263-7151 632-3994 AUTOMOTIVE 1972 750 water cooled Su- uki motorcycle with fair- g and travel trunk, al- ays been garaged. 11,611 ctual miles, in very good ondition. 913-373-4260. 1984 FOUR door Celebrity urosport, six cylinder, utomatic. Will sell for less lan book value. Evenings I3-86CH. 1981 FORD F250, 44,000 iles, exceptional condition side and out. $6,800. 91317-2965, Lindsborg. 1959 CHEVY tank wagon, cylinder, 1,000 gallon tank ith 2 pumps and meters, ood condition. 913-373-6935. 1957 CADILLAC Classic edan DeVille, 85,000 miles, riginal, no rust. $1,000. 91376-6430. 1983 CUTLASS Supreme, 6, air, good condition, ook value $7,750. Sacri- ce, $6,900. 823-2200. 1981 YAMAHA XS1100, jll dress, 4,700 miles. Eve- ngs, 738-2340. 1964 DODGE Dart con- ertible, good shape, new ip. 316-824-6355. HARLEY CUSTOM Low ider, only 500 miles, very ice. Must sell. 913-462-6288. USED CARS '84 Buick Riviera '84 Fiero SE 84 Pontiac Firebird 84 Chevrolet Citation 84 Phoenix 84 Pontiac Sunbird 84 Pontiac Bonneville 2-'84 Chevy Silverado C-10's 83 Mazda GLC 4 door '83 Olds Delta Royale 2 Door 83 Olds Ciera 83 Mazda RX7 83 Olds Delta 88 4 Door 83 Buick Electra Limited '83 Mazda 626 '82 Olds Cutlass Supreme 2 Door '82 Olds Cutlass 4 Door '82 Pontiac Trans Am '81 Caprice Classic, 19,000 miles. '81 Buick LeSabre Limited '81 Olds Cutlass Brougham 4 Door '81 Grand Prix '80 Thunderbird '80 Toyota Station wagon '80 Toyota Celica '80 Chevrolet Corvette '79 International Scout '79 CMC Van, Conversion '79 Chrysler Cordoba '79 Pontiac Trans Am '78 Jeep Cherokee '78 Ford Station Wagon '77 Chevy Chevette '74 Mercedes SL450 '72 Plymouth Duster, 22,000 miles '70 Chevelle SS '70 Pontiac GTO -4 Wheel Drives-! New 1984 Jeep Scrambler '82 Wagoneer Limited '78 Toyota Land Cruiser, 4x4 '79 Chevy Shortwide 4x4 SNOWMOBILE Yamaha 440 BENNETT PONTIAC JEEP & MAZDA I 651 S. Ohio 823-6372

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