Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 19, 1975 · Page 8
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Page 8 Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard, Saturday, July 19, 1976 Stock Market Report Daily Record NEW YORK (UPI) - Inflation fears revived Friday and prices fell for the third consecutive day in slow trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Many traders sold after New York's First National City Bank, acting for the third time in three weeks, raised its prime rate to 7% per cent - the highest in the nation and the highest since mid-March. This action prompted many banks throughout the nation to raise their prime rate to 7% per cent from the prevailing 7 per cent. The Dow Jones industrial average, a 17.53-point loser the previous two sessions, fell 1.87 points to 862.41. It had been down more than five points. For the week, the closely watched average lost 8.68 points. Standard & Poor's 500-stock index lost 0.43 to 93.20. The average price of ah NYSE common share decreased by 11 cents. Declines topped advances, 749 to 648, among the 1,812 issues crossing • the tape. Volume slackened to 16,870,000 shares from the 21,420,000 traded Thursday. It was the slowest turnover since 15,843,990 shares were traded July?. - i Citicorp, parent of Citibank, led the Big Board actives, up % to 36 on 257,200 shares. Sony Corp. followed, unchanged at 11% on 196,200 shares. First Charter Financial was third, off % to 14 on 175,700 shares, including a block of 151,200 shares at 13%. Prices closed mixed in sluggish trading on the American Stock Exchange. There was no change in the average price of an Amex share. Volume totaled 2,418,000 shares, compared with 2,688,000 traded Thursday. In the Amex Options market, 15,066 contracts were traded, compared with 22,809 Thursday. SA Ltd. August 45s led the actives, off % to 1% on 497 contracts. Chase Manhattan July 40s followed, off % to 3-16 oh 397 contracts. G.D. Searle November 20s were third, off 116 to 1% on 341 contracts. On the Chicago Board Options Exchange, 53,223 contracts were traded, down from the 72,771 Thursday. Homestake Mining July 50s led the actives, off 3-16 to 11-16. Polaroid October 40s followed, up y 4 to 4%. IBM July 200s were third, off I.to434. Stock Market Closing Prices Courtesy of Harris Upham-Co. Inc. 1004 State Bank Center, 232-9413 Airier. Electric Power 19% Amer. Telephone.. .,„.., ; 50% Chrysler : 131^ Comm. Edison 27% Crum & Forester bid 23 asked 23% Exxon 89 Ford 40% Gen. Electric 5014 Gen. Motors 51% Goodyear i 19% Gould „ , f..;.26% Gulf Oil 4 22% Honeywell..' 36% HFC : 15% IBM ;201% Int. Harvester.-. 26% Int. Telephone.... 24% Minn. Mining 60>4 Newell Co. iid 6% asked 7»4 Standard Oil Ind _...49% Sundstrand .24% U.S. Steel 59% Westinghouse 19% Texaco 27% Farm Bureau Head Sees Food Prices Stable INDIANAPOLIS (UPI) - High production and transportation costs will offset any anticipated drop in farm commodity prices that might result from record grain crop yields this year, the president of the American Farm Bureau Federation said Friday. William J. Kuhfuss told the Downtown Kiwanis Club that record grain crops were not likely tq result in any appreciable decline in consumer food prices. "Farm commodity prices are only a part of the total consumer price," Kuhfuss said, "and as long as we have continued federal budget deficits and resulting inflation, there is not much prospect for a decline in costs at the supermarket." He said the announced sales of 3.5 million metric tons of wheat to the Soviet Union would have little if any impact on American consumer, food prices. "Certainly there should be no reason for the baking interests to repeat their scare tactics of 1974 when they predicted that record wheat exports would' mean $1 for a loaf of bread," Kuhfuss said. , Kuhfuss said much of the increase in food and other consumer items "is the result of excessive government spending, the major cause of inflation." "Higher food prices are not the cause of inflation - they are the result," he said. Weather NORTHWESTERN ILLINOIS Partly cloudy, sunny and hot today. Chance of thunderstorms. High in the lower 90s. Partly cloudy tonight with a chance of thunderstorms. Turning a little cooler. Sunday mostly sunny and not quite so humid. Sunrise, 5:36 a.m. Sunset, 8:29 p.m. 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 upon official records tor the Information published In this column. Accidents A semitrailer truck driven by Alvin S. Durward, Warren, sideswiped a car driven by Debora Ditsworth, rural Pearl City, at N. Galena Ave. and W. Linden St. Friday afternoon. A car driven by Marjorie Clark, 1244 Hillcrest Lane, hit the rear of an auto driven by John G. Olson, 1411 S. Harlem Ave., at, Crestwood and Winter drives Friday'afternoon. An unidentified vehicle hit a parked car owned by Zenna Vondra, 4111/2 E. Pleasant St., while it was parked in the Holiday Inn parking lot Thursday night or early Friday. Thefts Seven hood ornaments from Cadillac cars were stolen from Rich Zimmerman Olds-Cadillac on West Galena Avenue Thursday night. The ornaments were valued at $20 each. Julie Woods, 1435 S. Chicago Ave., told police that while her .bike was parked at the high school Friday, morning, someone stole it. It was described as an $80 Coast King 10-speed. A rear wheel, valued at $28, was stolen from a bike owned by Kevin Dougherty, 803 S. Carroll Ave., while it was in his garage Thursday. Arrests Roy Sellers, 603 S. Adams Ave,, was arrested Friday on a warrant charging him with unlawful production of marijuana. Police said numerous plants were found growing in his backyard. Police arrested three persons Friday afternoon and charged them with theft of property valued at IQSS than $150. Arrested were Betty Smith, 718 E. Crocker St., Ella Shaw, 620 E. Stephenson St., and a 16-year-old Freeport girl. The trio allegedly took a large number of clothing articles from a number of stores in the Lincoln Mall. Two 12-year-olds were arrested ; Fri•day in connection with the. $200 damage done to windows at Lincoln School this w.eek'. Eggs, tomatoes and stones were flung at the school. The two have been implicated'with, general vandalism in the area during the week. They were released td the custody of their parents. ' Circuit Court CIVIL SUITS American Finance Corp. of Illinois filed a suit in Circuit Court here seek,mg judgment of $1,170 against Gerie Lenstrom, Freeport, on a promissory note dated May 31, 1973; and a suit seeking possession of furniture valued SL? 108 '* 8 against Van and Juanite inrtiman, no address available. ; .The First National flank of Freeport Wed a suit against Kay Walker, no address available, seeking possession of a mobile home valued at $2,834.43. CRIMINAL CASES •* Mark A. Raders, Lena, pleaded. guilty tp two charges, an amended charge of reckless driving and transporting liquor with a broken seal. On the reckless driving charge he paid $310. He had been charged with driving while intoxicated. On the transporting charge, he paid $110. Randy 0. Folgate, 515 E. Park St., paid $405 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. . Neil C. Stewart, 403 W. Douglas St., paid $410 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Charles H. Dodson, 619 W. Ringold St., pleaded guilty to a charge of reckless driving and paid $455. He had been charged with driving while intoxicated and the charge was amended. Carol A. Kraft, Lena, pleaded guilty to an amended charge of reckless driv- , ing and was ordered to pay $110. She had been charged with driving while intoxicated. Donald N. Andersen, Durand, paid $460 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Charles B. Sabin, 1721 E. Shawnee St., paid $405 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Nathaniel Ewell, 617 E. Crocker St.; paid $505 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Philip G. Kehler, 405 1/2 S. Carroll Ave., paid $110 on a charge of transporting liquor with a broken seal. Delvan K. Nelson, Broadhead, Wis., paid $405 on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Keith B. Smith, Freeport Route 1, paid $310 on an amended charge of reckless driving. He had been charged with driving while intoxicated. Steven M. Harrell, 585 1/2 N. Hen r derson Ave., was allowed a deferred payment to pay a $10 fine and $12.40 in court costs on a charge of assault. He hit Arlene Harrell. Mark M. Munz, 1244 S. Adams Ave., was allowed to make deferred payments on court costs of $5 each in two ' cases. On the fir,st, possession of liquor as a minor, he was also placed on conditional discharge until Jan. 1, 1976. The second charge was being present in a tavern as a minor. Bonnie L. Stewart, German Vajley, was allowed a deferred payment of $25 on a charge of possession of liquor in a park. Edmond J. Lawrence/SOS N. Turner Ave., was allowed deferred payment of $10 on a charge of intoxication. James T. Gordon, 703 S. Liberty Ave., was allowed a deferred payment on a $100 fine and $5 in court costs for illegal possession of alcoholic liquor. Issiak Lucas, 432 S. Float Ave., pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated and was allowed deferred payment to pay a $400 fine and $5 in court costs. Michael R. Hilton, Orangeville, was placed on deferred payment to pay a $300 fine and $10 in court costs on an amended charge of reckless driving. He had originally been charged with driving while intoxicated. Bankruptcies Jack L. Robertson, River Road Trailer Park, filed a bankruptcy peti- .tion in Federal Court here alleging liabilities of $148,581.34 and assets of $104.68. He is employed by Hollywood Food Service, Rockford. Divorces Jean Runte, 1326 Crestwood Drive was granted a divorce from Carl Runte, 919 S. Float Ave., 'on grounds of mental cruelty. They were married June 30, 1970, in Freeport. Custody of their child was awarded to the mother. Traffic Cases The following cases in the traffic division of Circuit Court include fines and costs: FREEPORT CASES Gerald DeVon, 603 W. Galena Ave., speeding, $15 paid; Robert E. Abersold, 202% W. Main St., improper start, $15 paid; Thomas A. Stauffe.r, 1306 Carriage Hill Lane, speeding, $15 paid; Willie B. Greer, 605 S. Benton Ave., expired driver's license, $55 paid, speeding, $15 paid; Diane M. Grivan, Wilkes Park, Pa., stop sign violation. $15 paid. Eddie Washington, 21 N. Louis Ave., speeding, $16 paid; Emil B. Koester, 737 E. Center St., stop sign violation, $15 paid; Richard L. Bowser, Polo, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, $15 paid; Mary E. Vivian, Amboy, stop sign violation, $15 paid; Vernon T. Kuhlemeier, 1129 S. Galena Ave., illegal exit from a private drive, $15 paid; Dorothy A. Aldridge, 698 Carthage Drive, improper turn, $15 paid. Raymond E. Miley, 19 S. Albert Ave., leaving the scene of an accident, $30 paid, negligent driving, dismissed; William P. Sullivan, 3101 W. Stephenson St., speeding, $27-paid; Donald W. Cook, Rockford, speeding, $15 paid; Larry D. Boos, Freeport Route 4, speeding, $15 paid; William M. Schrampfer, 714 S. Ottawa Ave., speeding, $17 paid; James J. Daley, Pecatoriica, no valid driver's license, $55 deferred payment, improper suspension system, $15 deferred payment. . Bradley H. Brechtel, 1230 W. American St., speeding, $15 paid, violation of motorcycle registration, $37 paid; Gregory M. Hathaway, 2044 W. Galena Ave., stop sign violation, $15 paid, excessive speed, $15 paid; Scott Bardell, 814 S. Arcade Ave., driving on the wrong side of the road, $15 paid; Glen F. Kunkle, 20% W. Washington St., failure to yield the right of way, $15 paid; Alan L. Asche, 1400 Mark Drive, speeding, $18 paid. Brice T. Crawford, 654 Westview, noise violation, $25 forfeited; Fred Busch, 201 E. Main St., meter violation, $25 paid; Geraldine Kasper, 22% E.,Main St., meter violation, $22.40 paid; Jessie J. Thompson, 22% W. Main St., allowing an unlicensed person to drive, $25 paid; Debra L. Kroeger, Davenport, Iowa, speeding, $25 forfeited. Lawrence 0. Pearson Jr., 820 S. Locust Ave., speeding, $25 forfeited; Donna J. Heino, 635 W. Pleasant St., speeding, $15 paid, no driver's license, $25 paid; James L. Cole, 529 E. Madison St., stop sign violation, $15 deferred payment, no yalid driver's license, $25 deferred payment. STATE POLICE CASES Harold E. Saul, Streamwood, speeding, $15 paid; Kim M. Dietmeier, Orangeville, failure to yield the right of way, $15 paid; Edward R. Brog Sr., Stockton, speeding, $19 . paid; William E. Stutman, Shannon, speeding, $24 paid; Vernon L. Eilders, Dakota, speeding, $19 paid; Erma M. Ankney, 24 ' Greenfield Circle, speeding, $17 paid; Robert C. Madigan, Lena, no valid, safety test, $15 paid; Paul L. Boyer, Hickory Hill, failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, $15 paid; Ronald L. German, Chicago, speeding, $20 paid. Gary M. Albertson, North Lake, speeding, $18 paid; Walter Price, Freeport Route 1, unsafe equipment, $15 paid; Donna R. Nelson, Stratford, Iowa, speeding, $17 paid; Andrew Soby. Jr:, Barrington, speeding, $19 paid; Franklin L. Callaway Jr., Decatur, speeding, $18 paid; James A. Paws, Lena, speeding, $16 paid; Rudolf W. Ziethammel, Gurney, speeding, $17 paid. Norman L. Fuller, Addison, speeding, $18 paid; Curtis A. Diddens, Lena, speeding, $20 paid; Robert A. Battaglia, McHenry, speed' ing, $19 paid; Clarence D. Wilken, Forreston, speeding, $24 paid; Lenny G. Erdman, Baileyville, no driver's license due to curfew violation, $25 paid, improper lane usage,' $15 paid; Steven W.. Jansen, 604 W. Ringold St., speeding, $15 paid; Bonnie J. White, 1451 S. High Ave., speeding, $16 paid. James E. Littell, Rockford, speeding, $18 paid; Ardell A. Nybroten, 120 Ave. B, no driver's license, $25 paid; Dennis F. Mailinger, Fort Dodge, Iowa, speeding, $25 forfeited; Lonnie R. Mitchell, LaPorte, Ind., speeding, $25 forfeited; John J. Gelinas, Tewksbury, Mass., speeding, $25 forfeited; Roy R. Carpenter, Winslow, speeding, $25 paid; Robert D. McLeod, Oceanside, Calif., speeding, $25 forfeited; Kenneth E. Cooper, Rock Island, no valid safety test, $25 forfeited. James Martin, 816.E. Pleasant St., failure to reduce speed to avoid an accident, found not guilty; Tommy V. Phillips, Tulas, S.D., speeding, $25 forfeited; William E. Bonnell, Big Bend, Wis., violation of reciprocity, $25 forfeited; Wayne A. Larson, Chicago, expired driver's license, $60 forfeited; Michael W. Olvey, Orlando, Fla., violation of registration, $25 forfeited; Rick A. Hartman, Des Plaines, speeding, $15 paid. Dennis A. Pennington, 248 Viola Drive, driving without lights, $25 forfeited; Jorge Lara, Rockford, speeding, $25 forfeited;.. Gerald K. Thomas, Mount Clemens, Mich., speeding, $25 forfeited; Randall K. Stern, Sterling, speeding, $25 forfeited; Ronald G. Quintero, Freeport Route 3, speeding, $20 paid; Paul M. Barringer, Omaha, Neb., speeding, $25 forfeited; George B. Murphy, Kalamazoo, Mich., violation of registration,' $25 forfeited; Scott J. Pearson, 1626 S. Oak Ave., speeding, $53 paid; Kenneth L. Brokhausen, 503% S. Benton Ave., speeding, $20 deferred payment. Analyst Says County Unemployment. 11.7% OLD TIME THRESHING Horse Power ft Steam JULY 25-26-27 • ANTIQUE ENGINES • OLD TIME DISPLAYS AND DEMONSTRATIONS • FLEA MARKET Stephenson Co. Antique Engine Club, Freeport, IIL <S 1032. • 3 BIG DAYS • PLANTOBETHEREI STEPHENSON COUNTY FAIRGROUND. 1 Mil* South Of FrMport, III. July 25-26-27 The June unemployment rate in S,te- phenson County was 11.7 per cent, remaining at the level it has been since March, according to an analysis by Charles Sinclair, research analyst for the Rockford Illinois State Employment Service (ISES) office. Sinclair's figure covered the jobless among full-time workers, but excluded students out of classes on summer vacations, said James R. Dawson, manager of the Freeport ISES office. . There have been signs that the recession has "bottomed out" in Freeport, but Sinclair's relatively high unemployment rate may reflect school graduates coming onto the job market and workers in one major Freeport industry (Structo) caught in a lengthy summer layoff. Dawson said the unemployment level in the county has'"hit a plateau" the last month or so. Before the recession struck last fall, unemployment in the county ran at a three to four, per cent rate. Mrs. Laurel Shippee, manager of the Freeport area Unemployment Compensation office, believes Sinclair's 11.7 figure for mid-June is excessive "I say it's a little high," Mrs. Shippee said, "I believe it's more like 8.5 per cent. I don't think we've hit 10 per cent in the county." : ..v Unemployment compensation claims in the Freeport office totaled 3,366 for the last two weeks, some 530 less than during a two-week period in early April.' Claimants file every two weeks. Mrs. Shippee attributes the drop to some persons, who were laid off, returning to work during that time and others ceasing'to be eligible for compensation because they, have used compensation extensions. The Freeport office serves Stephenson, Jo Dayiess and Carroll counties. First Husband-Wife GI Team Dissatisfied With Khaki Life TACOMA, Wash. (UPI) - The honeymoon - and the marriage as well -is over between the Gockes and the Army. When Timothy Gocke and his wife, Ellen, joined Jhe Army, in 1972, they were told by recruiters they would be stationed together and would work the same hours. The Army heralded them as the first husband-wife team to enlist under guarantees and options of the "modern Army." But the couple says the Army didn't live up to its promises, so they're getting out. The Gockes were told they would be str ned at Ft. Benjamin Harrison near Indianapolis, where they would attend finance school. Instead, Mrs. Gocke said, she was ordered to clerk-typist school at Fort Dix, N.J., and her husband to paratrooper school at Ft. Benning, Ga. They objected and both were stationed at Fort Dix. There they encountered more problems. They w.ere told they could not live together. - a promise they had been given .upon enlistment. Higher authorities intervened, and they were permitted to share the same quarters. Then they were transferred to Ft. Lewis near Tacoma. This didn't end their problems. The Gockes were not treated too well by their fellow <enlisted men and women at Ft. Lewis. "The oldtimers,. lifers, weren't ready to accept the'change," Spec. 4 Gocke, 25, said. The Gockes said other soldiers were jealous of their combined monthly take-home pay ($800) and he suffered ridicule when she attained the rank of private first class before he did. "I outranked him and - poor Tom I mean, you know what the men are like in the Army. They're so macho," she said. "It got to be one of those things where I could wrong and he could do no good." '•> -Mrs. Gocke got out of the A'rmy last June. Her husband's enlistment ends in November. VA Spends $600 Million In Illinois, Says Head CHICAGO (UPI) - Richard L. Roudebush, head of the Veterans Administration, said Friday that the VA spends nearly $600 million a year in Illinois, and pledged that the VA would "never sacrifice service for economy or efficiency." •Roudebush addressed the convention of the American Legion Department of Illinois and said that the VA would" make no abrupt or overnight changes in veterans' requirements and no immediate changes in the overall service plans for veterans. Rising" costs and service demands will make it necessary to bring about small shifts in program requirements, he cautioned. He praised the long work Army Reserve Unit Gets New Leader 1st Lt. Leslie H. Carlson of Rockford will be installed this morning as new commander of the Freeport Army Reserve unit, the 300th Supply Co. Ceremonies will take place at the unit's center at 1033 W. Empire St. at the opening of the weekend training assembly. Lt. Carlson, who is a design engineer for a Rockford firm dealing in sprinkler systems, succeeds Capt. Leonard C. Pink of Rockford. Chicago Park District Renames Grant Park Music Shell After Petrillo^ CHICAGO (UPI) - The Chicago Park District Board Friday decided to rename the Grant Park music shell after labor leader James C. Petrillo. Petrillo is currently president emeritus of the National and Chicago Federation of Musicians. of the American Legion in behalf of veterans, but cautioned the delegates to use "reasonable" restraint in demands for compensation and benefits. In Illinois, Roudebush said, about $220 million is paid out annually in compensation and pension checks to more, than 190,000 veterans; nearly 80,000 receive educational benefits under the GI Bill; more than 60,000 patients have-been treated in the-six veterans hospitals in Illinois, and more than 500,000 have received treatments at out-patient clinics. Roudebush said in discussing changes that might be forthcoming, "The need to provide financial assistance for older veterans will increase And, while GI Bill activity will continue at a high level for several years it will soon start to decline." The convention continues through Sunday. Lena Resident Injured In Fall LENA-Mrs. Mary O'Brien of Lena Continental Manor received a possible fractured pelvis in a fall Friday afternoon. She was admitted to Freeport Memorial Hospital where her condition Friday evening was termed "fair." THE ILLINOIS STATE LOTTERY CHICAGO (UPI) - Here are the winning numbers in the Illinois Lottery's Super Slam drawing held Friday evening: 748, 3921, 71835, 465606. Savanna Man Dead In Crash SAVANNA-Steven J. Drake, 21, of Savanna/was killed in a two-car head- on crash on Illinois 84 south of Thomson Friday afternoon. Drake was alone in his car which swerved over the center line and hit an oncoming auto driven by Lorraine C. Demeester, Savanna. She and a passenger,. Jennie G. Vesely of Savanna, were taken to Mercy Hospital in Clin- .ton, Iowa. ' Deaths Miss Helen Wilken LANARK - Miss Helen Wilken of Greenville, N.C., a Lanark native, died Friday afternoon of ah apparent heart attack at the home of her sister, Mrs. Nellie Courts of Lanark. She had been visiting in Lanark for four weeks and had intended to leave this morning for her home. She-was borri Nov. 3,1905, in Lanark, daughter of Therori and Ursula (Dyslin) Wilken. She was a retired high school history teacher, haying taught in ChapelHill, N.C. She had received a bachelor's degree from Carthage College and a. master's degree from the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. She was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church of Lanark. She served for four years as chairman of a committee under the governor of North Carolina for choosing textbooks, for North Carolina high schools. : Surviving in addition to Mrs. Courts' are two brothers, Earl and Ruben, both of Lanark. She was preceded in death by her parents. Funeral service is tentatively set for Monday at Frank Funeral Home, the Rev. Paul Buettner of Trinity Church officiating. Burial will be irf Lanark Cemetery. Friends may c^ll from 7 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home. Mrs. Joseph Smith LOVES PARK-Mrs. Joseph P.. (Patricia) Smith, sister of Gene Burke of Freeport, died Friday afternoon here following an extended illness. Born Dec. 24, 1925, she was the daughter of W. Glen and Agnes (Fannan) Burke. Surviving, in'addition to her brother, are her husband; three sons, Terrence, Randy and Martin, all at home; three daughters, Mrs. Richard (Michel) Olson, Hoffman Estates, and Tammy and Cindy, both at-home; and three grandchildren. ' Funeral services will be held Mon- • day at 11 a.m. at St. Bridget's Catholic Church, Loves Park. Burial will be at Calvary" Cemetery, Rockford. " Friends may call at Burke-Tubbs: Funeral Home, Freeport, between 6 and 8 p.m. Sunday. FUNERAL DIRECTORY BURKE-TUBBS FUNERAL HOME Cor. N. Walnut and W. Galena. Phena.23i.0613 SATURDAY KROGULL, Marian C., (Mrs. Ervin E:); 9:30 a.m. at the Funeral Home; 10 a.m. at St. Thomas Aquinas Chapel on No. Harlem Ave. A memorial has been established in her memory for the Freeport Catholic School Fund. SCHWARZ FUNERAL HOME 816 South Galena Avenue Phone 232-9017 6. T. Schwarx, W. R. Cramer WALKER MORTUARY 321 West Main Street Phone 232-2136 PAYING! for 6 months $1000 Minimum Time Cert. for 1 year $1000 Minimum .Time Cert. For 2'/z Years $1000 Minimum Time Cert. 30 Days To 4 Year Certificates ' $1000 Minimum For 4 YEARS $1000 Minimum Time Cert. STATE •I SHANNON SHANNON. ILLINOIS Mtmtor F.P.I.C. Drive-up— Monday thru Thursday 8iOO-3:00 Hours Friday - 8iOO-7iOO "Same Friendly Service Inside" Lobby— Monday thru Thursday 8i30-3:00 « Hours Friday 8.30-7-.00 Phone 864-2111

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