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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 38

Lubbock, Texas
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Friday, April 4, 1975
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Patterns And NeodkwoHc |975 fare Pleasure The Sport Look! TRUSTED PATTERN irs 1»UUB I'LKASUKK l<; into, zip into a Jresli. . dress on warm day.-;, .-jet. how scallops soften ton iind reflect, flattery. Printed Pal torn 4B11: .Half Sizes 10'/j, 32V'-, 14V' •iti'/i. 3SU. Size 14!;, (bust sfY 1 slices 2% yds. KO-iucli fabric. Send $1.25 for each pattern to ANNE ADAMS, in care of The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal Pattern Dept. 131,243 W. 17th St. New York, N.Y. 10011. Print your NAME, ADDRESS and ZIP CODE. Please include the SIZE and STYLE NUMBER for each pattern. It pays to sew — you can save so much money! Send now for the new spring-summer catalog. More than 100 fashions, including pants, long and short styles. Includes a free pattern coupon. Send only 75 cents. Also available: Sew and Knit Book, 51.25; Instant Money' Cratls, $1; Instant Sewing Book, SI; and Instant Fashion Book, II. On. aud off Iho courts, he'll enjoy this sweater: Crochet it In rib stit.ches for :i textured look — in. tennis colors ot red. white aud blue. Just right for his favorite colors, too. Pattern C3U: Men's sixes 06-Jfi included. Send $1.25 for each pattern lo ; LAURA WHEELER, in care of The Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, JVeedlecraft Dept. 83, Box 181, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 100U. Print your NAME, ADDRESS and ZIP CODE. Please include •the PATTERN NUMBER for each pattern. A source of inspiration is our 1975 Needlecraft Catalog, with 180 designs, three printed inside. Send only 75 cents. Also available:" new Nifty Fifty Quilts Book, $1; new Ripple Crochet Book, ?1; Sew and Knit Book, ?1.25; Needlepoint Book, $1; Flower Crochet Book, $1; Hairpin Crochet Book, $1; Instant Crochet Book, $1; Instant Money Book, $1; Instant Macrame Book, 51; Complete Gift Book, $1; Complete Afghans Book No. 14, $1; 32 Prize Afghans Book No. 12, 50 cents; Book of 16 Quilts No. 1, 50 cents; Museum Quilt Book No. 2, 50 cents; 15 Quilts for Today Book No."3, 50 cents; and Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs, 50 cents. Foundation To Cut Grants NEW YORK (AFO — The Ford Foundation will cut its grants program 50 per cent by 137S in an c/fort to avert dissolution of the philanthropic institution, foundation president McGcorge Buncly says. Bundy said Ford Foundation trustees had decided to reduce program budgets by 197S to $100 million a year because "continued lieavy invasions of its eroded capital would put an end to the foundation as an institution, perhaps in a decade or less." He said declining capital markets had reduced the foundation's assets by Sept. 30, 197-J, the end of the institution's fiscal year, to $1.7 billion, clown from 53 billion a year earlier. In December. Bundy had projected a halving if the foundation's budget because of recession-related capital losses. Expenditures for the foundation last year ran at a rate of 1-1 per cent of assots, or about $10 million a month more than dividend and interest income, Bundy said. He said the foundation's pri- orities on a reduced budget will be directed toward international agriculture and population studies, and toward efforts to promote equal opportunity in the United States. There has been no decision to eliminate any of the foundation's six major program areas, he said, but there will be "drastic" — although not immediate — reductions in grants to the arts. He also said that when the current large-scale program in minority edcuation is ended in 1977, the Education Division's budget will bo cut sharply. Buncly sa. ! d, "The basic financial policy of this institution is to set and .keep its current expenditures at new and lower levels which will not be raised unless the capital markets permit assets to be sustained in a more decisibe way than we imve seen for a decade..." He said the expenditures will be lowered further if necessary. Strong fashion colors for spring and summer this year are natural ones in the beige range, from chamois and Ichaki to taupe, mushroom and off- white. LAWNMOWER Special 3 HORSE 8RIGGS AND STRATTON ENGINI REG. $T39.00 WIICOX LAWNMOWER SER. 407-€ 4th 763-56«l . . Wrt* off and growiit' hwt at HOLLAND GARDENS' OLD GARDEN TOOL TRADIN' POST. *"* •**» tool, no matter what sin or TRADE IN % ^-v^—. __ ON* OLD ^ GARDEN TOOLS «»» * on a IMW ra«t...or an old sprinkler in on a ntw host. .,„* know* what well Ut you tradt that old broktn down ga'rden tool in on. No plows please! This is just anothar way w« want to show you how we appraciata your coming to s*t us for your gardening netds. If it grows we've got it...or we'll plant a seed and get it growin'. spring's off-to-a-new-start FERTI-IOME TOTAL lAWN CARE* GREY BAG Controls Weeds and Feeds Lawn PURPLE BAG Controls Soil Insects and Feeds Lawn ORANGE BAG Controls Iron Deficiency and Feeds Lawn W •» to NEW NURSERY STOCK ARRIVING DAILY L i«Tv T^Tuf-^ c--J^*Wf* fertHome c* FREE FREE USE OF .SPREADER WITH [PURCHASE OF FERTILIZER IfOVER 100 AVAILABLE) TOOL TRADE CROW YOUR OWN GROCERIES ANd SAVEADAQFul Garden fresh vegetables TASTE BETTER, LOOK BETTER and are MORE NUTRITIOUS They are EASY TO GROW and SAVE YOU MONEY. LET'S GET GROWIN' AND SAVIN' - NOW. OLD TOOLS FOR NEW Trade an old hose in on a new rake Trade an old sprinkler in on. a new shovel Trade art old shovel in on a new hose Trade an old spreader in on a raw hoe (Sorry no husbands or wives taken in trade) BARE ROOT ROSES MIX'N MATCH, Over 25 Varieties Values to S4.99Eacb Now 5 For $4.99 r<?T m PACKAGED SEED BULK SEED VEGETABLE SEED MINIATURE SEED GIANT SEED HERB SEED SEED TAPES PUNCH'N GRO SEED FERRY MORSE SEED NORTHRUP KING SEED KEYSTONE SEED SALAD SEED FRENCH FRY SEED 9fi PACKAGED KING'S RUBY, GOLDEN MUSCAT ALL HALF PRICE AZALEAS RARE, RED, RADIANT - HARDY, OUTDOOR HYBRID HOLLAND KAEMPFERI IN "CRACKED-BUD" STAGE, READY-TO-BLOOM ONE GALLON SIZE ' 54.50 ^RED^OAKS • both & QUAKER ^^ 792-6336 _ noLiANd OPEN...MON-SAT 8-6:30 SUNDAYS 1-5:30 CHARGE CARDS WELCOME BULBS GLADJOLAS BEGONIAS ELEPHANT EARS OXALIS CALADIUMS PERENNIALS DAY LILIES TORCH LILIES ASPARAGUS ARTEMISIA LILY OF THE VALLEY HORSERADISH AMARYLLIS PHLOX RHUBARB PEONIES . BEARDED IRfS ALSO = CANNAS ; ' DAHLIAS HOT POKERS .-- — 2 FOR 1 15 GAL. SIZE ..REG. $45 .NOjfo $22.50 * GAL. SIZE REG. $30 ....,.„„NOW $14.95 S^GAL. SIZE REG S17.50..I.NOW $ 8.88 BE THE FIRST ON YOUR BLOCK TO BUY A FOREST TREES YUL GIBBONS WOULD GIVE UP HICKORY NUTS ; FOR THESE PECAN NUTS Choose From Wichita, Burkett, Mohawk. , " waitaiw Sdiley, Stuart VALUES TO$22.SCL:.. JNOW* flW VALUES TO $5250 .NOW $1*50 ALL PECAW TRESS NOW 2 FOR THE PRICE OF 1 :. '. " ••-. r^"" 1 " 1 ^ •*'•""•. '•••!» i '"I 1 • ', S ° RI 1 Y ^:^^«AMTIES 0*1 SALE MERCHANDISE

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