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Page 8 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Monday, July 7, 1975 Stock Market Report NEW YORK'(UPI) - Prices headed lower today in sluggish trading on the New York Stock Exchange while Wall Street worried about a rise in short- term interest rates. Many investors were hesitant -uncertain whether the Federal Reserve Board had changed its easier money policies. The Fed recently tightened credit when the nation's money supply increased at a faster pace than the Fed thought prudent. Short-term treasury bill rates rose sharply early in the day because of the uncertainty over the Fed's posture. The bond market was quiet, with some prices easing. The market's rise this year almost has paralleled a sharp decline in interest rates, which began to fall last October. The prime rate had fallen from an all time high 12 per cent to the present prevailing 7 per cent rate, but there were fears it will move to 71/4 per cent soon. With those fears overhanging the market, the Dow Jones industrial average, up a fraction at the outset, was off 6.02 points to 865.77 shortly before noon : EOT. Declines overtook advances, 594 to 508, among the 1,562 issues crossing ;the tape. Investor uncertainty was shown in the 460 unchanged issues. Turnover during the first two hours amounted to about 7,800,000 shares, compared with 7,870,000 traded during the same period Thursday. The market was, closed Friday for the Fourth of July holiday. Occidental Petroleum led the Big Board actives, up 14 to 19% on 104,600 shares. Occidental's Canadian unit has agreed to purchase a British Columbia sodium chlorate plant. Damon Corp. was second most active, up % to 15% on 82,700 shares. Clorox followed, up % to 12% on 81,300 shares. Prices were mixed in moderate trad ing on the American Stock Exchange, Champion Home Builders led the Amex actives, unchanged ..at 4>4 on 23,600 shares. UIP Corp. followed, up % to 4% on 20,200 shares:-Federal Resources was third, up % to 4% on 15,000 shares. 11 A.M. Quotes Courtesy of Edward D. Jones & Co. 11 N. Van Buren Ave. Telephone 233-3118 American Motors Corp..... ........61,4 AT&T >.„ ..51 Chrysler Corp ..........12 Colt Industries, Inc 31% Commonwealth Edison ,....27% Commonwealth PFD 18% Crum Forster ,...bid 24% asked 24% Exxon Corp 91 Ford Motor Co.,,...,...„*..; ..,..40% General Electric Co..'.* :;..........51% Genera} foodsC,orp .... u , vi ,25% General Motors. .*„::... ......48% Goodyear : 18% Gould Inc 29% Holiday Inns.. 12% Honeywell Inc , 37% Household Finance Corp.... .17 IBM 204% International Harvester , 27% 3MCo ', ;•;.. 65% Newell Companies ....bid 7% asked 7% Northwestern Steel&Wire 40% RCA : 20 Sears 73% Sundstrand Corp 24% Texaco, Inc ....26% U.S. Steel Corp 58% Westinghouse Electric Corp 18% Woolworth. 16 Produce CHICAGO (UPI) - Midwest gradable nest-run eggs; Steady: prices unch; large 44; medium 35; small 29; breaking 39; checks 33. Livestock JOLIET, 111 (UPI) - Livestock: Cattle 5,200; choice to prime steers steady to 1.00 lower, good steady; limited sales heifers steady to 50 lower; high choice and prime steers 56.00: choice and prime 54.50-55.50; choice 50.00-54.50; high choice 5350-55.25: good and choice 45.50-51 50; good 40.0045.50 choice heifers 49.50-51.50; -no canner or cutter cows. Hogs 1.200; 2.00-3.00 higher; No 1-2 200-230 Ib 59.00-59.50; No 1-3 200-240 Ib 58.50-59.00: No 2-3 240-260 Ib 57.00-58.50 No 2-4 260-280 Ib 56.00-57.00; No 2-4 280300 Ib 55.00-56.00. 300-320 Ib 54.50-55.00. ... Tuesday estimated recipts: 200 cattle 1000 hogs „ PEURIA. 111. (l'Pl» - Livestock: Cattle 3.000: steers and heifers mostly steady; choice steers 480055 00 good and choice 46.00-49.00: good 42.50-46.00: few choice and prime heifers 51.00-51.50: choice 46.00-51.00; good and choice 42 50-49.00; good 35.00-42.50. Hogs 3.500 1.50-2.00 higher early, closing 1.00-1.50 higher. No 1-2 200-230 Ib 5900-5950 few 58.5059.00; No 1-3 Low Cost Guaranteed DUAL EXHAUST CONVERSIONS CoU The Experts 233-4889 SCOTTi ' A Di viiion Of ZIMMERMAN 2037 W Galena 23 J 4IUV 200-240 Ib 58.50-59.00, few 58.00-58.50; No 2-3 240-260 Ib 57.00-58.50, 260-280 Ib 55.0057.00; No 3-4 280-300 Ib 53.00-55.00. CHICAGO (UPI) - Chicago carlot meat trade: Beef trade unestablished in all carcass classes. Pork trade slow; fresh pork loins 20 Ib up 82.25-83.00 1.00-1.75 higher; skinned hams 17-20 Ib 84.00 unestab- lished; no other sales reported. CHICAGO (UPI) — Futures on the Mercantile Exchange today: High Low Close Prev. Live Beef Cattle Aug 47.75 46.67 46.80 47.05 Oct 42.75 41.2"5 41.40 42.00 Dec 40.77 39.35 39.55 40.05 Feb 39.95 38.80 38.95 39.25 Apr 39.20 38.40 38.40 38.60 Jun , 39.45 38.80 38.80 39.05 Live Hogs Jly 56.5255.5055.6055.15 Aug 53.0552.2052.5051.60 Oct 47.7546.1546.7046.80 Dec 47.6046.0046.0046.47 Feb 46.50 45.10 45.15 45.60 Apr 42.95 41.80 42.15 42.35 Jun 43.3042.5042.9043.00 Jly , 43.3542.5042.8042.85 Frozen Pork Bellies Jly 82.67 82.67 82.67 81.17 Aug 80.8580.8580.8579.35 Feb 75.90 74.70 74.80 74.40 Mar 74.3272.8073.1072.87 May ' 73.4571.8072.1072.00 Jly 72.0069.8570.0070.70 Grain CHICAGO (UPI) - Wheat and soy beans were substantially higher and corn mixed at noon today on the Board of Trade. High Low Close Prev. Wheat Jly 309 300 302 298^ Sep 315 308 308V 4 305% Dec 326^ 318^ 319^ 317% Mar . 335^327 329^326 May 338^ 330^ 332& 330^ Corn Jly 28214 2761/4 276% 279% Sep 260% 25514 257 257% Dec , 245% 239% 240% 243% Mar 252% 247^ 248% 2501,4 May 258142521,4254 2561/4 Jly 259 255 256 258% Oats ^ Jly 157 153 163% 155V 4 Sep 143 1391/4 139% 142 Dec 144 140 1401/4143%' Mar 146 142 142$ 145 May , — — 142^144% Soybeans Jly 533 515% 515% 524% Aug 527% 511 511% 518% Sep 525 506 506% 514 Nov 524% 506 506% 514% . Jan 532 515 515% 524% Mar 540% 523 523% 532 May 546 530% 530% 537 Jly 547 536 536 542 Soybean Oil Jly Aug Sep Oct- •-••••'Dec Jan > Mar May Jiy Soybean Jiy Aug Sep Oct Dec Jan Mar 23.85 22.70 22.70 21.70 21.75 20.90 w* 21^15 20.30 20.35 19.50 ••''•• "20.15 1'19, 20 19.95 19.10 19.65 18.90 19.40 18.80 Meal 124.30 122.00 127.30 124.60 129.20 126:10 131.00 127.50 133.80 131.00 135.00 133.00 139.50 136.50 22.73 23.45 21.80, 22.10 21.00 21.25 '20.32 20.50 19.50 19.95 19,20" 19,65 19.10 19.53 18.90 19.43 18.80 19.35 122.20 123.00 124.80 125.80 126.30 127.50 127.80 128.80 131.00 131.60 132.70 133.40 137.00 136.30 Now You Know By United Press International The first drydock was built by Robert Fulton in 1805 in Jersey City, N.J. Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Fair tonight. Partly sunny Tuesday. Low tonight in the mid to upper 60s. High Tuesday in the mid 80s to lower 90s. Official 7 a.m. Freeport weather readings are taken at the city's wastewater treatment plant on South Hancock Avenue for the National Weather Service.) TEMPERATURE , Unofficial noon temperature 85 Past 24 hours; high 83, low 66 Year ago today: high 81, low 61 Records v for date: high 104, low 46 PRECIPITATION Past 24 hours 0 inch Month to date .95 inches Normal for July 5.34 inches Year to date 17.09 inches Normal to Aug. 1. 24.05 inches Sunrise, 5:27 a.m. Sunset, 8:35 p.m. Extended Forecast: Illinois: Variable cloudiness with a chance of showers and thunderstorms north: only minor day to day temperature changes Wednesday through Friday. Highs 85-90. Lows low 60s-mid 70s. KHftg^^ i/v Record Arid FunefeW It Is a principle of American Justice that •an Individual Is always presumed Innocent until proved guilty and a report that anyone Is charged With an offense cannot be construed as proof that he committed the offense. We rely iipon official records for the information published In this column. Thefts Raymond Savage, a Yellow Cab Co. driver, told police that Saturday afternoon while he was inside Pec's News Stand, 119 E. Stephenson St., and his cab was parked in the rear, someone took a cigar box with $9 in change from the cab. j Ellen Hay, 617 W. Galena Ave., told police that someone took $160 in cash from a dresser drawer in her apartment while she was on vacation. Vandalism Vernon Babcock, 102 W. Spring St., told police 'that while he was driving his car in the 900 block of South Walnut Avenue Sunday night, someone threw a rock which broke the windshield. The windshield was valued at $125. Break-Ins Robert Noble, 722 N. Brewster Ave., told police that someone broke into his home Friday and took nine records valued at $30. A screen was broken to gain entry. It was valued at $10. Divorces Dathel L. Shipp, 37 S. Mary Ave., was granted a divorce from Robert L. Shipp, 28 S. Johanna Ave., on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married June 22, 1973, in Freeport. Phyllis J. Schauer, Freeport, was granted a divorce from Oliver E. Schauer Sr., Freeport, on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married Nov. 8, 1941, in Freeport. Custody of their minor child was awarded to the mother. Accidents The car driven by Lawrence E. Chorlton, Stockton, had a brake failure Sunday afternoon and went through a red light at W. Galena Ave. and N. ,West Ave. and it hit a car driven by Virgie M. Curtis, Rockford. Cars driven by Verneal F. Henry, • Lena, and Elizabeth Tessmer, Lena, were backed out of a driveway in Lena Saturday afternoon and the Henry vehicle hit the Tessmer car. As Cindy J. Schmidt, Lake Summerset, was backing her car to leave a Lake Summerset parking lot late Friday night, the car hit a parked auto owned by Jeffrey L. Schmuhl, Wheeling. Arrests Lucas Isaac, 432 S. Float Ave., was arrested Saturday night at S. Liberty Ave. and El Stephenson St., on charges of driving while intoxicated and having no valid driver's license. Sylvester Powelly Rockford; was arrested Thursday night on Rock City Road north of >Ui >S. >20 on .charges-of driving while intoxicated and having no valid driver's license. Stephen R. Lehman, 460 N. Trunck Ave., was arrested Friday on charges of possession of less than 2.5 grams of marijuana; running a red light, eluding a police officer and having no valid Illinois driver's license. Teenager Burned By Black Powder In Explosion Brett Jones, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Jones of 402 W. Cottonwood St., was burned while playing with black powder at his home Saturday night. He was taken to Freeport Memorial Hospital by a fire department rescue unit and was treated for burns to his face, right hand, left foot and chest, hospital officials said. Police said today they were called to the home after an explosion was heard by neighbors. When they arrived they heard a child screaming in the house, they reported. Police deduced after talking with Brett that he poured a strip of gun powder on the ground and lighted it. The powder probably flashed up and ignited more since there was a funnel cloud of smoke, witnesses said. The boy's parents were not at home at the time of the incident, police said. Motorcycle Driver In Satisfactory Condition Brian Wing, 212 W Ringold St.. was listed in "satisfactory condition this morning at Freeport Memorial Hospital. He was hurt Friday night when his motorcycle went off Pearl City Road and he was thrown off and hit a utility pole. Fire Calls Firemen put out a fire in a cat- owned by Leslie Wittbecker, 508 N. Henderson Ave., at N. Commercial Ave. and E. Stephenson St. early Sunday morning. Bankruptcies Herbert L. and Gloria J. Pritchard, Oregon, filed separate bankruptcy petitions in Federal Court here. He alleged liabilities of $9,183,34 and assets of $5,200 and is unemployed. She alleged liabilities of $10,677.08 and assets of $5,800 and is employed by Caron International. Dennis Palmer, Rockford, filed a petition under the wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $7,4^4.36 and undetermined assets Jerry D. Champion, RocRford,'filed a petition under the .wage earner's plan alleging liabilities of $5,957.48 and undetermined assets. Traffic Cases The following cases in the traffic division of Circuit Court include fines and costs: FREEPORT CASES Pedro J. Gutierrez, 427 Prospect Terrace, stop sign violation, $15 paid; David T. Reeder, 717 S. Carroll Ave., speeding, $25 paid; Karen K. Drenner, 527 E. Shawnee St., excessive speed, $15 paid, negligent driving, $15 paid; David L. Coffee, 1039 W. Stephenson St., speeding, $25 paid; Larry'R. Lutz, 917 S. Walnut Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Timothy Bimm, Savanna, meter violation, $22.40 paid. Ivan Hoffman, 1108 S. Locust Ave., driving the wrong way ^ on a one-way street; Charles M. Choumont, 517 W. Douglas St., speeding, $16 paid; Daniel R. Meiller, 942 S. 18th Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Deborah H. Bartosik, Gratiot, Wis., speeding, $15 paid; Carolyn A. Thomas, Belmont, Wis., stop sign violation. $15 paid; Eugene R. Trumpy, Orangeville, traffic signal violation, $15 paid. Denis L. Funk, 715 E. Wyandotte St., traffic signal violation, $15 paid; Mary K. Mauser, 1176 W. Stephenson St., speeding, $15 paid; Deborah L. Martin, Dakota, stop sign violation, $15 paid; James C. Bradford, 712 E. Iroquois St., stop sign violation, $15 paid; Dennis L. Miller, Freeport Route 3, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, $15 paid; William L. Sheppard, Peart City, stop sign violation, $15 paid. Ryan R. Stockton, Lena, traffic signal violation, $15 paid; Raymond A. Leather 714 E. Garden St., speeding, $15 paid; Frederick S. Shipley, 43 N. Bailey Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Sandra K. Janicke, 510% S. Adams Ave., speeding, $15 paid; James L. Finch, Rockford, speeding, $15 paid; Evarose L. Bnnkmeier, 535 N. waddell Ave.. speeding, $15 paid. Jean K. Neumann, 221 N. West Ave speeding, $15'paid; Louise A. Ross, Free^ port Route 3, speeding, $20 paid; Rhonda I. Becker, 433 N. Lemon Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Curtis L. Robinson, 535 E. Iroquois St., stop sign violation, $15 paid; John A, Batten, 421 E. Prospect St., no taillights $15 paid; Wayne Mims, Rockford, driving the wrong way on a one-way street, $15 paid; David C. Key, Rockford, stop sign violation, $15 paid. Kenneth T. Klentz, Freeport Route 1 ( stop sign violation, $15 paid; Kathleen G. Rev- nods, 726 W. Chestnut St., speeding, $15 paid; Ronald A. Richart, Freeport Route 4 negligent driving, $15 paid; Victor D. Watts! 403 E. Winslow St., stop sign violation, $19 paid; David A. Loring, McConnell, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Blondie V, Clark, 608 N Waddell Ave., speeding, $15 paid} Ronald Li- McCreery, 1403 W. Lincoln Blvd., negligent driving, $15 paid. :' ; "' ' ' ,-M ,- ' .'v F» ;i '• * i-, J i«.Business Briefs Berwyn K. Polhill of Freeport attended the recent National Material Handling show in Cincinnati, Ohio. Pbl- hill is associated with H. W. Park Co. of Sycamore, manufacturer's agents for materials handling equipment. Mrs. Charlotte Hartman of Basil Hartman's TV & Appliance recently attended a three-day conference on microwave ovens conducted by Amana Refrigeration, Inc., at the firm's Amana, Iowa, general offices. CORRECTION Associate Circuit Judge Dexter Knowlton did not take into consideration a charge of aggravated battery when sentencing LeRoy Shipp Jr Freeport Route 4, to 11 months in jail. The aggravated battery charge, for hitting 1-month-old Nina Bangston with a punch bowl, was not substantiated, the judge said, and the evidence did not show that the child was hit with the punch bowl. Shipp was sentenced to 11 months in the Department of Corrections for violating his conditional discharge by committing two batteries and reckless conduct. me ILLINOIS STATE LOTTERY CHICAGO (UPI) - The lotto numbers chosen in Thursday night's Illinois lottery drawing were: 34 25 18 49 30. The bonanza and millionaire numbers were: 538 670 794. The numbers chosen in the Super Slam game Friday night were: 077 5026 44272. The number in the Superstar game was 715429. nonce Bowrnans closed today and will be closed again tomorrow to prepare for a fabulous 75th Anniversary Shoe Sale! The sale starts Wednesday, with special hours from 7 AM to 7 PM. See tomorrow's paper for complete details. 1900. 1975 11 W. STEPHENSON* FREEPORT* 232-7615 Ato«l»f Charge • Boot. Amoncoid • lay Awoy DAIRY DREEM SOUTH 1428 S. Galena Ave. Lemon-Lime • WEST* 1264 W. Galena Ave. Creme de Menthe George W. Adams | George w: Adams, 91)2 S.r Walnut; Ave., died this morning in Swedish- American Hospital, Rockford, after an extended illness. ...... Funeral arrangements are pending at Schwarz Funeral Home. Carl Kalow Carl Kalow of 828 1/2 E. Empire St., retired custodian of Freeport High School, died .Sunday morning in Freeport Memorial .Hospital after an extended illness. . , He was a veteran of World War II. He was born Oct. 30, 1909, in Minnesota. . Survivors include three 'sisters, a brother and his mother. Funeral service will be at 1:30; p.m. Wednesday in Park Hills Evangelical Free Church. The Rev. Gerald Hagelin, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in City Cemetery. . Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday in Walker Mortuary and after 10 a.m. Wednesday at the church: Adelbert M. Fisher Adelbert M. Fisher of 725 E. Wyan- dpttie St., a veteran of World Wa'r II, died Saturday in Freeport Memorial Hospital after art'extended illness. He was a group leader at Micro Switch. Born Aug. 24, 1912, in Freeport, he was the son of LeRoy and Elida Belle (Ybrdy) Fisher. He married ' Daisy Lohr on April 20, 1941, in Freeport.' Surviving are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Leo (Eldpra) Fleming of Fort Myers, Fla., four sisters, Mrs. Betty Gibson of-Geneva, Mrs. Kenneth (Sybil) Houpt of Freeport, Mrs. LaVerne (Kathryn) Baylor of Orangeville and Mrs. JoAnn Ross of California; two brothers, LeRoy of Batavla and Earl of California;,a grandchild; and two great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his par-' ents, two sisters and two brothers. Funeral service will be at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Walker Mortuary. The Rev. George White, pastor of First Prisoner Found Hanged In Jail OREGON-Gerald L. Palmer, 23, a prisoner in the Ogle County Jail, was found dead Saturday morning, hanging by his > uniform. Ogle County Coroner Robert Personette said Palmer's death was an appa- rant suicide but said an inquest would be held after an investigation and a pathologist's report are completed. Ogle County Sheriff Jerry Brooks asked Liee County sheriff's deputies and the Dixon .Police Department to handle the investigation since the hanging occufed'in the county Jail. • Palmer's body was discovered' around 5:15 a.m. Saturday after one of the three inmates sharing the cell with Palmer woke up, the coroner's office said. Palmer was arrested in Rochelle in April on an auto theft charge and was also wanted in : Winnebago County on a violation of probation charge. He was scheduled for trial this month. Body Found In Rock River BYRON-The body of a Rockford man, who jumped into the Rock River in Rockford Friday, was recovered north here Sunday by Ogle County Water Patrol and the Byron Fire Department, the sheriff's office said. The body of Harold Nelson, 79, of Rockford, was recovered after a/Freeport couple, Mr. and Mrs. Donald McCann, reported to authorities they had spotted what appeared to be a body floating in the river, approximately two miles north of here. The body was recovered approximately 12 feet from the shore. Nelson was reported missing on Saturday by his daughter. Witnesses in Rockford told police they saw a man climb over the railing of the State Street bridge Friday morning.' Rescue attempts by two witnesses were unsuccessful. Nelson was a retired Rockford fireman. -,•':• Baptist Church, will officiate. Burial Will be in, Chapel Hill Ceme^ety/ ^ i Friends mdf cafl after 4 p.fh. todaX at the mbftuary. r> Robert ; Gv HbggattSrf : .< Robert G. Hoggatt Sr of 1430 Wihtep Drive, riianager 0f Northwester)!-IK linois Newspaper Service, died Sunday: - afternoon at his home after an appar- ; ., ent heart attack. ^ v ; ''''' Born pec. 20,1922, in Yates Cenierj , Kan.? he was the son of Claude and Ddrpthy (Shields) Hog'gatt. He-married Jurte Cole on Feb. 27 i 1946, in Freeport. : ' - / ^ Surviving 'are his widow; two sons; Robert Jr. of Freeport and Mark &,' stationed with the Army in Germany; a daughter, Becky, at home;' his mother of Kansas City, Kan.; and a grandchild. He was preceded in death by his father. ' Funeral service will be at 10:30 aum,' Thursday in' Burke-Tubbs Funeral Home. The Rev. Warren Bovenkerk,pastor of GonVmunity Reformed Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Chapel Hill. Cemetery. , ; Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.mr Wednesday in the funeral home. A memorial fund has been established for the Heart Fund. Mrs Clarence Mcflter •'.-f Graveside serVice for .Sirs, Clarehcfi (Harriet) Molter, a former Freeport resident who died Saturday in Medina Nursing Center, Durand, after an ex-: tended illness, was held today in 6ak : -; land Cemetery.' ' • ;• The Rev. Larry Thompson, assistant- pastor of Faith United Methodist' Church, of which she was a member,' officiated. There was no, visitation.^ Walker Mortuary was in charge ofar-: rangements. ; ; She was a graduate of Normal Teachers College, DeKalb, in 1908 and taught school in the German Valley area. Born Nov. 24, 1892, in Florence Township, she was the daughter of Ira Lincoln and Minnie (Luettig) Moore. She was married to Clarence Molter on Aug. 23; 1917, in Afolkey. He died July 3, 1968. -i Surviving are a son, Paul of Free> port, a sister, Mrs. Edward (Mary)* Koch, also of Freeport; two grand-• children; and six great-grandchildren.- She was also preceded in death by- three.-brothers, a sister and a grand-1 child. ; : ' (More obituaries on page 13) • FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor.N,Wo1nutandW*Gdl«no ,, Phon* 232-0613, i vo< ••><« .*<t v,-n '.-Tr-"^! • , .,..,' •• • I( in, THURSDAY HOGGATT, Robert G., Sr.; . 10:30 a.m. at the Funeral Home. . Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Wednes . day..:-1,., - . - • ••;. A memorial has been established In Us memory for the Heart Fund. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232.9017 O.T.Schwarz,W.R. Cramer WALKER MORTUARY ' 321 We*t Main Street Phone 232.2136 MONDAY MOLTER, Harriet, (Mrs. Clarence); • 1:30 p.m. Graveside Service at Oakland Cemetery. • There was no visitation. TUESDAY , FISHER, Adelbert ML; 1:30 p.m. at the Mortuary. Friends may call after 4 p.m. Monday. WEDNESDAY KALOW, Carl; 1:30 p.m. at Park Hills Evangelical Free Church. Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Mortuary, and at the Church after . 10 a.m. Wednesday. q •5' Tuesdays And Thursdays For The Month 1 FREE Cocktail OfYoyrChoK^ With This Ad And The Purchase Of An Evening Dinner At lacks. Jacks Restaurant and lounge Atop the State Bank Center

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