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V""""' • • Harrelson Offered Guilty Plea Rvmv AMfW?A*Bnr\nDBicM i i ~,«., >»»»» i _. . — _-_ *^ THE BAYTOWN SUN Wednesday, December j,' 19t2 f ~ By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS -SAN ANTONIO, Texas (AP) — Charles Harrelson denies he assassinated U.S. District John H. Wood Jr. but confirms he twice offered to pJead guilty if the government, among other things, would give his wife a $250,000 reward and allow him conjugal visits in jail. Harrelson said Tuesday his demands also included immunity for his wife, Jo Ann Starr Harrelson, stepdaughter Teresa Starr Jasper, Joe Chagra, Elizabeth Chagra, El Paso businesswoman Virgina Farah, a man called Leo, ex- convict William Mallow and all alibi witnesses who placed him in Dallas on the day of the killing. He said he first made that offer in a March 23, 1981, meeting with FBI agents, who said he also told them that Huntsville gambler George Edward "Pete" Kay should not be granted immunity. "What I said was, 'If you gi ant Kay immunity, you - will never find out what happened in this case,'" Harrelson said Tuesday. Harrelson also said he made a similar offer to plead qullty to prosecutors through his attorney in September of 1980. Harrelson is charg- . ed with accepting a $250,000 payoff from convicted drug smuggler Jamiel "Jimmy" Chagra for killing Wood on May 29, 1979. He is on trial with his wife and Elizabeth Chagra, the wife of Jimmy Chagra. Both women are accused of conspiring to obstruct justice and Mrs. Chagra also is charged with conspiracy to murder the judge. Chagra will be tried later for murder. Joe Chagra pleaded guilty to a murder conspiracy charge in exchange for his testimony against Harrelson. Harrelson also said he could have covered his steps more professionally if he, as the government alleges, was the assassin. Harrelson testified he would not have driven a car owned by his wife or used a rifle she purchased 12 days before the slaying. Government witnesses have placed Mrs. Harrelson's car at the San Antonio airport jus.t before the shooting and prosecutors contend Harrelson shot the judge with a rifle his wife was later convicted of buying illegally under an assumed name. "If I'd needed a gun, Jo Ann would be the last one I'd have asked to get one. I'd have stolen it," Harrelson testified. "... I would not pay $1,000 for a gun and fire it onetime." Harrelson contends the FBI is trying to frame him for Wood's killing, and that his movements during the time he allegedly was "stalking" Wood were orchestrated by Kay, a lifelong friend, whom Harrelson maintains was working with the government. "If I had shot anyone, I would not have had a weapon with me for- 10 seconds (afterwards)," Harrelson replied to prosecution questions about his alleged ditching of a rifle east of Dallas after Wood's slaying. Harrelson said if he was the assassin he simply would have left the weapon and made a quick escape. "Had I been involved, I would have found a weapon, clean, no way to trace it. It probably would have been on a perch. I would not have been in a car that could have been traced to me, either," he said. Harrelson's testimony prompted Jahn to ask the defendant if he was testifying as "an expert murderer." Harrelson, who once was sentenced to 15 years in prison for the contract killing of a Texas grain dealer, glared at Jahn but did not reply. Before Jahn ended his 15 hours of often- volatile cross- examination, presiding U,S. District Judge WDliam S. Sessions cautioned Harrelson he could be held in contempt if he continued to lecture Jahn. The warning came after Harrelson, despite earlier warnings from Sessions, persisted in saying prosecutors did not give him sufficient time to listen to all his jailhouse conversations that were secretly recorded by the FBI. Harrleson also quarreled with Jahn's description of Wood's slaying as the "killing of the century." "I would not call the killing of a federal judge the 'killing of the century' when you consider John F. Kennedy was killed a few years ago, "said Harrelson. Harrelson has maintained he falsely claimed credit for Wood's slaying as part of a complicated scheme he and Kay devised to fleece the high-rolling Chagra out of some money. Harrelson has testified that he loaned Mrs. Harreli>on's car to Kay for two weeks before the killing and that Mrs. Harrelson, who once lived with Kay five years, bought a deer rifle and gave it to Kay on May 18,1979. Kay, who testified as a government witness under immunity earlier, arrived in San Antonio Monday night and is expected to be called back to the stand as a rebuttal witness before the case goes to the jury. Death Row Prisoner To Marry HUNTSVILLE (AP) — Charlie Brooks Jr. says he plans to exchange vows Friday with a Fort Worth nurse he met as a pen-pal. He is scheduled to die four days later. Brooks, 40, is on death row at the Ellis Unit of the Texas Department of Corrections, awaiting execution Tuesday for the 1976 kidnap- murder of a used-car- lot mechanic in Fort Worth. I The exchange of , vows will be in the visiting room at the prison, with no minister or justice of the peace, he said. "We are planning to exchange vows with each other with God as our witness," he said last Wednesday in an interview at the prison. "It's just between the two of us." "We will be committing ourselves to each other in preparation for the next life," said Brooks, who declines to identify the'woman by name. If executed Tuesday for the shooting death of David Gregory, Brooks would be the first man executed in Texas since 1964 and the first in the United States to be executed by lethal injection. His lawyers plan to ask U.S. Supreme Court Justice Byron White for a stay of execution later this week. A three-judge panel of the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals last Friday rejected a request for a stay. Brooks said the woman he plans to exchange vows with has agreed to witness his execution. "I have a wonderful lady that Aliah has sent to me. She has been with me for five years and she has agreed to be there at the execution should it come about," Brooks said. He said they were brought together by a fellow inmate while he awaiting trial. "He was receiving quite a few letters' and so I jokingly asked him if he would get one of his friends to find me a friend," he said. "I started corresponding with her in 1977. Our relationship bloomed from there." Brooks_ now considers~her his "mate." "Allah says in the Koran that he has chosen a mate for you, talking about men. And he has placed love in their hearts for each other. So I like to look at her as my mate. She is my other half," Brooks said. Brooks said he has become a religious man since his 1977 conviction, and has changed his religion to Islam and his name to Sharef Ahmad Abdul- Rahim. "I was a different person. I was Charlie Brooks Jr. then. Charlie Brooks Jr. was an ex-convict, cope fiend, anything else you could think of a person who lives outside the law ... but he's dead. He was put to death the day that Shareef Ahmad Abdul-Rahim was born.". Brooks and Woodie Loudres were convicted in separate trials of murdering David Gregory, whc had accompanied Brooks during a test drive of a car from the used car lot where Gregory worked. Gregory was shot to death in a motel. Brooks said the victim's hands and feet were "bound at the time. But he insists he is innocent of capital murder because that charge requires that the defendant knowingly and intentionally kill someone. "Morally, I did not knowingly or inten- tio n ally cause anybody's death," Brooks said. But he adds, "I have had to carry this fact tnat this man no longer lives because of my involvement." Loudres originally was sentenced to die for the murder but his conviction was overturned and he later received a 40- year prison sentence as part of a plea- bargain. The reversal of the conviction was on grounds that some potential jurors had beert improperly excluded because they expressed reservations about the death penalty, said Brooks' lawyer, Danny Burns. Brooks' appeal is on similar grounds, contending that five potential jurors were improperly excluded. Burns said Brooks' appeal also contends that he was denied due process of law because the state would not provide free daily transcripts of testimony during the trial. • The appeal also says the trial lawyers failed to .show mitigating evidence during the punishment phase, Burns said. "I can't imagine anyone wanting to kill Charlie if they knew him," the lawyer said. Brooks, who has two sons and a daughter, first was sentenced to die on Dec. 7, 1981. His second date with death comes exactly one year later. The slaying he is accused of was on Dec. 14,1976. Suits ' Failure Probed Brooks said that as his execution date nears, his asks himself, "How will God accept me? Have I really repented? I feel like in my soul I have, but have I really?" "As my mama said, I sure don't want to live in this hell and then have to die in hell." Facing an execution date is "like having a scary dream that you can't wake up from. I've had dreams that were scary but I knew somewhere in my mind that this is a dream and I can wake up from it," Brooks said. "One time I had a dream that myself and several other guys were being executed. Well, I was the third person in line and I could really feel this. I really felt that fear of, you know, well, you're getting ready to die," he said. The condemned man said the fear was "like a little kid when he gets into trouble, he can call out to his mother, or call out to his father, and they'll come help him.... "But there was no one I could turn to, there was no power that could save me in that particular dream. It was very frightening." Preliminary Conclusions Released SPACE CENTER, Houston (AP) — NASA engineers have tentatively concluded an oxygen pressure regulator in one failed space suit was improperly assembled and a malfunction of a high-speed fan in a second suit was a "fluke," sources say. If the conclusions are true the problems with the suits should be easily corrected, clearing the way for a spacewalk on the sixth space shuttle flight, now scheduled for late January, the source told The Associated Press. "If there's any way to do a walk, we're going to do it," said the source, who did not want to be identified. An unidentified source told KHOU- TV on Tuesday night that some crucial parts were left out of astronaut Bill Lenoir's space suit, forcing NASA to cancel a 3%-hour spacewalk during the fifth flight of the Columbia in early November. An oxygen pressure regulator on Lenoir's suit failed to hold the proper oxygen levels, and KHOU reported informed sources said "a couple of tiny pieces of plastic" used to maintain ten- sion on the spings controlling oxygen pressure in the, suit were missing. KHOU said preliminary reports showed the failure in Lenoir's. suit was due to a breakdown in quality control by a New York-based company assigned to check the suit prior to , the mission. The television station also reported the failure of a high- speed fan in astronaut Joe Allen's suit was a "fluke mechanical failure," possibly due to a faulty circuit breaker. NASA officials refused to confirm or deny the reports. The suits returned to Earth untested and NASA officials said they are anxious to prove the space suits because their use is essential to future planned missions. A mission in 1984 calls for two suited, astronauts to make repairs on a broken satellite now in orbit. Other planned uses include assembly of large structures in orbit and possibly .loading and reloading robot factories. The suits, which failed on the fifth mission, are of a new type that involved a radical departure from the highly successful suits used on the Moon during the Apollo program. The Lenoir-Allen spacewalk was to be the first test. The Johnson Space Center source said if a space walk to prove the suits is planned for the sixth shuttle mission the flight will be extended one to two days. The mission, now set for launch no earlier than Jan. 24, currently is a three-day flight. It will the first flight of space shuttle Challenger, the second of America's planned fleet. Legal Notice CLASSIFIED SUN CLASSIFIED-422-S323 RATE INCREASE EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 1, 19S2 BAYTOWN SUN CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum Charge, 3 lines $2.58 Words Lines To 15 16-20 21-25 26-30 31-35 36-40 41-45 46-50 51-55 56-60 •ry. ar e I Rote I .86 !0 12 2.58 3.44 4.30 5.16 6.02 6.88 7.74 8.60 9.46 2 .86 5.16 6.88 8.60 10.32 12.04 13.76 15.48 17.20 18.92 3 .83 7.47 9.96 12.45 14.94 17.43 19.92 22.41 24.90 27.39 .79 9.48 12.64 15.80 18.96 22.12 25.28 28.44 31.60 34.76 10.32 20.64 29.88 37.92 45.00 49.68 5 .75 11.25, 15.00 18.75 22.50 26.25 30.00 33.75 37.50 4).25 .69 12.42 16.56 2070. 24.84 28.98 33,12 37.26 41.40 45.54 Contract Rote: 55 cents per line, 4 line minimum, 6 month contract. Core Of Thanks: 73 cents per line, minimum charge $7.30. Lodge Notices: $4.12 per insertion. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Single Insertion $4.69 per inch Contract Rate $4.57 per inch National Rate $5.18 per inch The Baytown Sun does not assume any responsibility for on od beyond the cost of an ad itself. Notice of errors must be given immediately after the first insertion. Advertisers are advised to check their ad immediately after it appears in the paper. The Baytown Sun shall not be liable for any damages or loss that might accrue from errors or the ommission of an ad in exces'j of the amount charged for the advertisement. Because it is impossible to screen each ad placed it is possible that some misrepresentation con occur. We therefore accept no responsiblity but assure you that to the best of our knowledge all advertising within our classified columns is reliable and honest. OFFICE HOURS: Mon. thru Fri. — 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. — 8 a.m. to noon. Closed Sun NOTICE TO BIDDERS CITY OF BAYTOWN BIDNO. 8212-17 Sealed bids in duplicate will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Baytown until 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, December 8, 1982 FOR ANNUAL CEMENT STABILIZED SAND CONTRACT. For specifications and bid forms, contact the office of the Purchasing Agent. Baytown City Hall. 2401 Market St., Baytown. Texas, 4228281. PETE COTE, PURCHASING AGENT CITY OF BAYTOWN BIDNO. 8212-17 Legal Notice NOTICE ATTENTION PROSPECTIVE LOT PURCHASE RS IN CHAMBERS COUNTY, TEXAS The Commissioner's Court of Chambers County, Texas does not intend to build streets, provide drainage or other utilities and services in subdivisions which have not been approved by said Court. Merry, Merry Doll Make a child chuckle just to see this endearing clown.doll. H'/s fun-every inch of him- frpm the pompon on his cap to his pierrot collar and big felt shoes. Yarn hair, felt features, shoes. Pattern 7260: pattern pieces for clown about 24 ", outfit. $2.25 for each pattern. Add 50( each pattern for postage and handling. Send to: Alice Brooks Ntedlecraft DepL THE BAYTOWN SUN Box 163, (Md Chehca Sta., New York, NY 10113. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. Yes! I want to see more crafts, send me your new 1983 NEEDLECRAFT CATALOG. 150 designs, 3 free patterns. Only Jl.50 AIL CRAFT BOOKS. .$2.00 each Kit Books and CaWoi-add SO* each for portage and handlinf. 135-Mh I Clothes On Parade 134-14 Quick Mxhirw Quilts 133-fashwn Home Quirting 132-Quilt Ori|inah 131 Add i Block Quilts 1294uki. 'n' tut Transfers 12*-Enwtope Patchwork Quilt* 126-Thrrftj Catty Flowers 1. Lodge Notices STATED COMMUNICATION - of Goose Creek Lodge No. 1192 AF and AM will be held on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. All members urged lo attend. Sojourning brethren cordially invited. Raymond Bussell, WM James E. Fulton, Sec. 1-A. Special Notices CHRISTMAS BAZAAR - Friday, December 3rd. 12 noon to 8 p.m. at 4508 Chaparral. Homemade Christmas decorations and gilts. Don't miss ill 4281425. DO YOU SOMETIMES WONDER what time the Sunday service starts at lhat little church around the comer you' 3ave been wanting lo Iry? Look It up In the Sunday CLASSIFIED SECTION. Our CHURCH DIRECTORY will include locations and service schedules. 1-C. Garage Sales LAURI LANE, 1011S - Off Barbers Hill Road. Craft Sale! December 4th. Christmas ornaments, gills, elc. BAYOU WOODS, 9(10 - Pinehursl. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. Children's winter clothes, toys, nic-nacs. HEMLOCK, M03 - Movin g sale. Wednesday and Thursday. 3:30 to 3 p.m. Fur- nllure, clothes, nic-nacs, elc. WEST ROAD, 5236 - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday. 8 unlil 5. Litlle bit of everything! HIGHLANDS - 605 S. Main. Thursday and Friday, 8:00 to 5:30. Plants, dishes, aaby Hems, clothes t mlscell aneous. PARKWAY, 1016 - Yard Sale. Thursday and Friday, 9 lo 4. Books, bunk bed set, gas heater, women's clothes, miscellaneous. CEDAR BAYOU LYNCHBURG'RD., 5831 - 3rd trailer on ri sht. Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Moving sale! Five Families! BAYOU WOODS, MX - Pmehursl. Thursday, a lo 4. Three families! Lots of everything! EAST ALFORD, N6 - Arts & Crafls Sale! December 2, 3. 4! Open 9 to 5. Beautiful Christmas gilts lor all ages! Wooden items hand painted, chlldrens rockers, doll cribs, bread boxes, stained glass, much more. Too numerous to mention. Come Join (he (un and do your Christmas shopping. MOO AMELIA - November 29 to December 3. Children's clothes, appliances, vacuum cleaner, motorcycle windshield. THOMPSON RD., MOT - Wednesday through Saturday, furrrilure, clothes, bicycle, toys, exercise equipment. GRESHAM, W7 - Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Christmas gills, kid's clothes Islie2-I0), Levls, miscellaneous, FRIARS LANE, TO - (AUenbrook Subdivision). Thursday through Saturday. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Furniture, clothes, miscellaneous. MOCKINGBIRD, 2306 - Thursday, Friday, 9 to dark. Jewelry, coals, old Avon containers, nice things. Cash, DOGWOOD, 7J07 - Plnehurst, 9 to 5. Thursday. Patio door, TV, microwave, bike, tapes, nice coats, clothes (Infant•dull), toys, bird cage, decorations, ad, drapes, matlitss. GIRL'S 90" BIKE - $3500 Boy's 20" bike, (35.00. 427-5134. 3. Card of Thanks WE WISH TO EXPRESS-> cur heart lelt thanks and deep gratltixte to our many friends, relatives and neighbors and k> the many we cannol penonaly Hunk for their act< of klndnesi and beautiful floral tributes, cards and other «pns«k>ni of sympathy at the loss ol our loved one. We would like to especially dunk te p«llb«»rers: Fred Chandler, Dkn Wchoinn. Larry Allen, Junes Gentry, Pwrlsli Snliip, Guy Norrls. We alto want to tn»nk the Reverends: Roger Mircui t Joe Umb li ine singer, The Shlpp Slum. Sincerely, Mrs. C. H. Uoyd, Claude Hugh Lloyd II, Linda Diane Uoyd Petten, Mary Beth Lloyd Angel, Six wrvlvlni (randchildrCT. 5, Personals IF YOU ARE NEW TO THE AREA and are looking for a nelgh'jorhood church home, check the .Sunday CLASSIFIED SECTION. Our CHURCH DIRECTORY includes locations and service schedules. What better waj to feel welcome In your new home town? 'WITNESSES NEEDED ANYONE SEEING THE MOTORCYCLE/CAR ACCIDENT SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 8, APPROXIMATELY 7 to 7:15 P.M., AT GARTH RD. AND NOBTHWOOD, PLEASE CALL; ESPECIALLY THE RN WHO WAS ATTHE SCENE. 420-1757 (after 3 p.m.) COUNTRY DAY CHILD CARE CENTER - Cedar Bayou Lynchburg Rd. near Sjolander. Infants welcome. Two meals. Small groups aria planned activities. 1 42T- 5173. 6. Lost and Found LOST, VERY SMALL YORKSHIRE TERRIER - Black and Gold. Lakewood area. Answers to Sampson. Wearing brown harness. Needs medication. Generous Reward. 424-5R72,424-7500. MALE GOLDEN RETRIEVER - Lost in Old River Country, Mont Belvieu, child's pet. Reward! 57W292. 7. Instruction PIANO LESSONS - by certified teacher. M.A.. piano and educalion. Weekends. CallHH627. 10. Help Wanted FULL OR PART TIME - Couples and Individuals for business o I your own. Local AMWAY Distributor assists you for splendid opportunity. Phone Wallis and Elizabeth Hunt, 427-5375. TO EARN GOOD MONEY AS AN AVON REPRESENTATIVE CALL LOUISE BISHOP FOR DETAILS 422-5468 772-6677 BAYTOWN SUN CIRCULATION DEPT. - is now taking applicalions for sales representatives. If you are H years ol age or older and would like an interview, contactBretMUlsat 422-8302, ex 1.229 between 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. DENTAL ASSISTANT - Experience preferred. Send resume to Box 2915, % The Baytown Sun. LOAN SECRETARY - 3 to 5 years experience required. ; Contact cashier, Woodforest National Bank, 455-7000. (North Shore area). VETERINARY/ASSISTANT RECEPTIONIST - Experience preferred. Baytown Animal Hospital. 4601 Decker Dr. Apply in person. BABYSITTER - lor 1 vegetarian 22 month old now and 2 (second a newborn) beginning in April; with non-violent discipline methods. Quail Hollow Apartments vicinity. Long hours, al your home. Call early or late. 424^644. DENTAL ASSISTANT NEEDED - For busy orthodontic office. Experience preferred. Call 427-7377. HAIRSTYLIST NEEDED — No following necessary, some experience. Benelits. Aggressive, ambitious and willing to work. WUlowcreek Shopping Center, 4276704. JOBS OVERSEAS - Big money fast. 120,000 lo $50,000 plus per year. Call 1-716842-6000. HOUSEKEEPING AND TEACHER AID — Minimum wage, Bay Area Renahilita- lion Center. 2 Price St., B ay town. 2 SEMI-RETIRED COUPLES - needed lo work part time for maintenance and yard in exchange for rent and utilities. Call between 9 and S p. m., 422-8585. POSITIVE/AMBITIOUS PERSONS NEEDED - Interested In developing own business. No Inveslmenl, business experience helpful. .For Interview call Sanderson Enterprises, 428-2275. MATURE LADY - To keep house and 2 girls, J'and 2 years old.'4 days a week. 7:45 to 5:30 Monday through Thursday. H.OO per hour. 4224793, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday. LOCAL AMWAY DIRECT DISTRIBUTOR — Is helping many people earn exlra Income working 2 io 4 hours per day. H'e can help you For Interview call 422-2162. CASHffiRS/STOCKERS.- Need mature girl, woman or person over 19 years. Must be dependable and hard working. No experience. Apply Quick Trip Marke! 7100 N. Main at MO. Baytown or call 4272780. SNELUNG t SHELLING - Is now serving Baylown employmenl needs through its Pasadena office at 4624 Fairmont Parkway. Call Terri, Mary, Susan and Reggie al 487-5840 DEPENDABLE BARBACK NEEDED W per hour plus lips. College student welcome. Dukes, 428-2788. Office Manager S1400 lo JISOO per month. Supervisory ejp. Take charge person lor large office. Buellel Personnel, 420-5751. FHA/VA LOAN OFFICER Salary plus commission. 2+ yearscxp,, fee paid. Buellel Personnel, 420-5751. 10-A. Female Help BARTENDER - And cocktail waitresses. Full or part Itae. Apply Dukes, 428-2788. .BARTENDER ft COCKTAIL WAITRESS ~ Apply The Saloon, 1S12 North Main. 427-W92. NEED EXPERIENCED PRESSER — Apply at EUand Cleaners, 1305 Lacy Drive 9a.m. toSp.m, PRESSER - For cjulity dry cleaners. Permanent • part-time position, plus benefits, Apply 74 H Bayway Drive. LADY TO LIVE-IN - with elderly lady .full tune. Wages negotiable. 4J2-S757. ' Jill of all Trades Rectptkmlit, typist, light clerical. Salary cootmensurile with ojuallflotlons. Send resume to: P. 0. Box SOW, Baytown, Texu TWO. Classified Can Find It. 422-8323 10-A. Female Help COCKTAIL WAITRESSES . Full or put lime. Apply J'»Chib.437-)»U. 13. Sales Help TEXAS REFINERY CORP. - offers plenty of money plus cwta bonuses, fringe «neflls to Miiil-rtUred person In Baytown «rea. RtgjrdJtM at experience wrtle D/ V.iSeara, Pits., Box 711, Ft. Worth, Texts 78101. SALESPERSON WANTED - Work at Ihe Linen Closet. M lo SO hours per week. Call for appointment between a and 12. 424-77W. 14. Child Care HESSY'S,07-W6 Servfog Baytown for 4 years . Childcare for all ages INFANTS WELCOME CHILDCARE - Tender loving care In Christian Licensed Home. Monday- Friday. Toddlers and prc-schocl. Breakfast, hot lunches, snacks. Recrea- lion and planned activities, learning program. 427-8554. _' OPENINGS AVAILABLE - From 12 months to 12 years. Open 6 a.m. lo 6 p.m. 422-8072. MY BABIES ARE GROWN - Bring me yours. Babysitting In my borne. Near Stephen F. Austin School. Call 428-1720. BABYSITTING - In my home. Ages 6 weeks lo 4 years. Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. U> 4 p.m. HO weekly. 402 E. Hunnlcult. Call Stella, atler 6 p.m., 427-4898. LICENSED NURSE - Would I Ike lo keep your children in her home. Shift workers and drop-ins welcome. 426-6846. SPECIAL FRIENDS - Private home daycare. Lakewood area, 2 hot meals, 9 years experience, large fenced yard. 4242136. UTTLE FRIENDS DAY CARE CENTER - 815 North First, Baytown. Inlanls through 13 years. 42M508. EXPERIENCED CHILDCARE - in my wme. Snacks, hot meal. Infants and up. Lantern Park. 424-1915. 15. Work Wanted AIRLESS SPRAY PAINTING - Faster, "heaper, Betlcr, Brush/Roller, louses/apartmenls, Inlerlor/exlerior. Free esti mates. 422-6780. SHEETROCK WORK WANTED - Large or small jobs accepted. Very reasonable rales. Call Johnny, 427-3321. TRACTOR WORK 422-6643.... Coleman Godwin.... 422-1733 15-A; Bldg. Contrs. HOME REMODELING GENERAL CONTRACTOR - Specializ- uig in cabinets, formica counter lops. C. R. (Roc ky) Roqueroore, J r..... 4274106 ALL KINDS OF CONCRETE WORK Driveways, palios, sidewalks. No job too big or small! Paul Ramirez after 4pm, 427-S090. GARCIA CONCRETE CONTRACTORS REFERENCES 4244354 DARRELLBURTON CONSTRUCTION Add-ons, garage conversion. Remodeling and cabinet a specialty. No Job too small or too large. Days, 427-1107. Nlghls, 4223865. D ^Construction Home building/remodeling, commercial, residential. Brick, block, cemenl, stone. Free estimates. 428-89H. 18. Good Eating H * T SEAFOOD - Fresh and frozen sealoods of all kinds. 3230Tompkins, 427-2301. FRESH CERTIFIED OYSTERS CAPTAIN OSGOOD'S SEAFOOD 427-1137 YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD PIE SHOP 819 N. Firet, 422-1508. Homemade pics dally. Decorated cakes. Open 6 a.m.-6 p.m., Monday-Friday. OYSTERS WILL'S FISH CAMP. 383-2812. FRESH OUSTERS FRESH CERTIFIED OYSTERS James Osgood Seafood. 3900 Crosby Cedar Bayou Road. 427-2873. 19. Business Rentals OFFICE/WAREHOUSE - 3000 N. Main. 1000 sq. ft Has office with al/, reslrooni and warehouse with large overhead door. 1295 per month. 422-3677. Evenings 4225766. RETAIL OR OFFICE SPACE - Good location, at corner of North Main and Wye Drive. 1200 sq. ft. All new, for more Information, 422-3677 or 422-CT6. OFFICE SPACE - Warehouse shop area. Good !oc sticn. P.O. Be:: 328, Baytown. OFFICE WAREHOUSE SPACE - 750 sq. ft. of office space: Includes 3 off ices, kitchen, reception area, balli, cenlral air, carpel, 1500 sq. fl. storage urea. Ample parking. (650 month. 422-35% 427-C2W, Classified Display NEEDED COMPLETE QUALIFIED CARPENTERS In sick work, full set of bond tools necesiary. No others need opply. Company benefits and over- CHANNELVIEW 452-5891

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