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m^m'Wnmxl SOCIETY and WOMEN'S NEWS January 7, 1962 Society, pages 2, 3, 4 Child Care, page 6 Men's Fashions, page 7 Home Decorating, page 8 Skates Are New — Skaters, Too, So They Slip and Slide into '62 The information on this page is conveyed through the supposed thoughts of three-year-old Eric Johnson, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson of 214 Augusta St. Eric ventured out to ice skate recently at Zoo Skating Rink. Here I am . . . in the upper left picture. You want to know somethinp;? I dont think there's much to this skat ing business. TJiaCs my hip sister, Carol, ivearinp, the striped cap. She's helping me sknle. Kalliy Biirch is helping, ton. Kathy lives at 2728 Michigan Blvd. Her dad and mnin are Dr. and Mrs. Ve.rnon Biirch. Carol and Kalhy are live . . . Fm only three. Well . . . you can sec by the picture bclotv that they iverent much help. But they're trying. Cuess I'll have to admit there's a little more to skating tluvi I thought. — Journal-Times Phmoi Thut \t my big brother, Paul, in the picture above. He's seven, and he can put on hi.i on a skates. Boy, someday I'm going to skate like Paul and Pm going to ivcar a mask, too. Look, I'm. still here. Doun helniv. I got up again. That's not ton })ad. Hope 1 learn to skate bejoie IVusliington's birthday. Thai's uhen tlie skating links usually close. White I uas resting I saw these people .skating. I don't know uho they are, hut I wonder ij I look like that ulien I skate? Like the little one 1 mean. No, I must skate better than that . . . But maybe J don't!