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   Cedar Rapids Gazette (Newspaper) - February 16, 1974, Cedar Rapids, Iowa                                10 The Cedar Rapids Gazette: Sat.. Feb. 16. 1974 Financial and Market News Dow Makes 10.40 Gain NEW YORK stock market came out of hibernation at least briefly Friday, rolling up its best gain of the month. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials closed up 10.40 at 820.32. C.R. Markefs Prices paid on the Cedar Rap- ids hog market Thursday were steady. Prices paid Wednesday for tin bulk of country and plant de livered butchers weighing to 230 Ibs., depending on gradt and condition were ?39.00-S40.00 Packing sows 300 Ibs. dowi were Butchers 230-240 Ibs. are 25c off; 240-250 Ibs. are 50c off; am 7nc off for each 10 Ibs. weigh over 250. Packers are 25c off foi each weight grade from 300-360 Ibs., 50c off each weight grade to 500 Ibs., and 75c off eacli weight grade above 500 Ibs. CHICAGO GUA1N QUOTATIONS Furnished, by Lamson Brothers WHEAT- Marctl May..... JJA1S- JJU'V SOYREAN-- July August -0.30 5 W -5.W 5 ?4 -5.23 .520 ..3.14 3.1S 3.13 HIGH 6.31': e 03' S.3S 3.13 3.17'.- CLOSt PKtV. CL 5.23 i.rs 1.6V': 6.SS -660 SiJ 6.43 -6.44 660 6.63 -j 6.J3 6.31'. 4.03' i 5.33 52S 3I1'J 647 6.56 6.53 4.5S 6.JS C..I1'. S.S31 5 IS ill US' 1.7J 1.6S' 4.43 6.50 4.54' 651 640 i College, Church Link I Is Topic of Speech! Marion Churches Regents Cool To W. Iowa College Plea I By I'iiiiiela lluey of Dr. Urn-old Doster. president! _ 100o Eighih u f Culver -Stockton college, Can-laveiiut. Tlic Rev. Catvin f1'" b> Cl ton, Mo., will speak at the j .Marion Chrlslian chuivfa Sunday w in recognition of higher educa- CATTLE MARKET Choice and prime steers .....S45.50-SJ7.50 Choice and prime Good sleers..................S43.iO-54a.50 Good heilers .................S42.50-S4-J.50 Standard and utility steers S3V.50-S41 51 Standard and utility heifers ..S38.50-S3P.50 Utility cows Commercial cows ............S2B.00-S33.Ol Cutter cows ...................S31.CO-S35.CO Bulls .........................S39.50-S41.50 (Yield grade -4 overfnt steers and heif- ers are discounted 55 per ana yield grade 5 are discounted per cwt.) {XVasty and oobbv overfa! steers are S3 to 55 less per ICO Ibs. than regular commercial cows.) GRAIN No. 2 yellow corn, 52.74. No. 1 vellow soybeans, 56.00. 33 Ib. cats. SI.65, Friday prices delivered. FEEDER CATTLE Friday's quotations from Lamson Bros. Close March..................... 51.K April .....................50.00 50.75 IOWA FARM EGGS DES MQINES The Fedcral-StaU Market News Service reported egg prices edged Vsc lower on large size eggs ant dropped 2-3c on medium. Dealer scntimen generally steady. Cents per dozen, at farms, casrs ex- changed: Quality and volume incentive: Grade A, large or better 56-59c, mostly 5Bc; Grada A, medium 47-51C, mostly 47- 49c; Other farm eggs: Grade A, large or better 44-SOc, mostly Grade A, me- dium 33-16C, mostly 36-38c; Grade B, large 23-44C, mostly 25-32c; Quality, dirties and ck. 19-32c, mostly 22-25c; Small and pee- wee 19-30C, mostly 22-25c. POULTRY Iowa live hens, light type: Pricing ir- regular but mostly unchanged. Trading in- creased slightly. Demand fair, supplies adequate. Cents per pound, at farms: Commercial flocks 7-Bc, mostly Be; Small farm flocks 3-6c. SHEEP Choice to prime shorn Iambs are S39.0Q- SJO 00 Choice lo prime wool Iambs are S35.00-538.00. lowa Hogs DES MOINES (UPI) The interior Iowa-southern Minne- sota hogs: Trade slow and de- mand fairly good. Butchers steady, instances 50 cents high- er. Sows unevenly U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib butchers 39.50-43.00; 230-250 Ibs 38.75- 40.00; 250-270 Ibs 37.50-39.50; 270-300 Ibs 35.50-38.75. U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib sows 33.25-34.75; 330-400 Ibs 32.75-34.25: 400-450 Ibs 32.25-33.50; 450-550 Ibs 31.- 25-33.00. Estimated receipts Friday 000, Thursday week ago year ago Waterloo Hogs WATERLOO Butchers and sows were steady. Packing plant delivery, No. 2 butchers weigh- ing 200-230 Ibs. S39.50-340.00. No. 2 sows weighing 300 Ibs. Of lou'fi Interest LATE QUOTATIONS (From Lamson Brothers) Am. ins. Fund...... Am. Rein. ____ Banks of Iowa ___ Beatrice Foods Cherry-Bur............ Course Consolidated Foods Executive Data Systems Guardsman............ Harnlschfgr Hawhcve -BanCorp..... Interstate p. Iowa Eleclric ___...... lowa-tll. Gas............ John Deere Kidde comm. ___ Keuffel Esser Life Inc. LTV Corp............... iSViDco comm Alavtag McCord Coro............. Mid-America......., Mid-Continent, Ind Miracle Oiark Quaker Oats......... Ralh Rockwell United Fire Casually Victor Corp. VWR- United Winnebaga.............. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO No 2 soft red 4.79' No 2 hard red Corn No 2 yellow 3.12n. Oats No 2 extra heavy white Soybeans No 1 yellow P05TVILLE BEEF POSTVILLE The Postville beef mar- jt Friday quoted prices for prime steers 54J.50-S45.50; choice steers S45.50; good steers 542.00-S43.00; standard steers S40.00-S41.00; choice heifers 544.00; good fteifers S41.00-542.00; utility cows S28.OQ-S3-i.QO; canners and commer- cial cows S2S.CO-S33.CO; bulls SJO.UC-S43.03. Produce NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK [AP) "f adequate to ample, lay. Wholesale selling egg offerings fully Demand fair Frid; prices based on i spot quotations large 47 Ibs. min. Fancy medium "V62. Fancv smalls 36 __............_ fully adequate to inrnie. Demand fair. Prices unchanged. Largest Banks Cut Prime Rate NEW YORK (AP) The na- ion's two largest banks have tion. His topic for the worship service is "The Church Nobody j Talks He will speak on "The Challenge of the future for the Small Church-Related Col- lege" at p.m. The program is opon to the public. Dr. Doster, his wife and four children will attend a family night politick supper at (i. Mrs. Doster is the niece of Miss Edna Roberts, 805 Ninlh street. Marion Dairy Queen now open. -Adv. Farmers State and First Na- be closed Banks, Monday, February 18, in ob- servance of Washington's birlli- Testing Slated Feb. 28 for C.R. Police Officers Members of the Cedar Rapids police department will be tested Feb. 28 on the physical require- ments adopted recently for new, recruits. The scores from the testing will be used to develop stan- dards for passing the new re- Recall of quirements. All members of the depart- ment who are physically capa- ble will take the tests'at the Ellis YMCA between noon and 10 p.m. The new tests are based on "job related requirements" and supposedly include tasks that of- ficers are called upon to per- form in the line of duty. The Police Pension board adopted the tests in an attempt to make the physical fitness requirements less discrimi- natory. Campaign Director Is Named by Milligan DES MOINES State Sen. George Milligan (R-Des Moines) has named Stephen W. Roberts, a Des Moines attorney, as his campaign manager for his Unit- ed States senate race. Milligan was the first candidate for United States senate. "Roberts position on the has accepted this an unpaid said Milligan. "He is volunteer- ing all his time, keeping with our policy of building an organi- educed their prime lending jzation of volunteers all the way from 9% to 9 percent. Ito toP staff Positions. Large paid More banks will be reducing heir prime rates soon, analysts orecast Friday after the an- ouncements by Bank of Amer- ca and First National City. Campaign Chief Named by Jensen Martin Jensen, Democratic candidate for U.S. represent- ative in the Second district, Fri- day announced the appointment if Patrick Thompson as his lampaign director. Thompson, 28, has been dis- Hirpplnr FAI- QireClOr 10r V irSt staffs cost money and spending huge amounts to win elections is not only a waste, but outra- he added. Roberts, 34, served as cam- paign manager for State Rep. Philip B. Hill in 1970, served as treasurer of the Polk county Republican central committee from 1967 to 1973, and is cur- rently a member of the Polk county Republican executive committee. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA (AP) IUSDA] Hogs: barrows and gilts openeo active and main share of sales 50-1.00 higher, but closed F H w a r H moderately active unevenly steady to 75 "Milan a d W 3 r Q higher, some unsold; 1-3 200-250 Ib bar- rows and gilts 41.00-42.50; 2-3 250-270 Ib 40.00-41.50; 2-4 270-350 Ib 37.00-40.00; Sows steady lo 25 higher; 375-600 Ib 34.50-35.75. Caltle: 800 caltle and calves; not enough slaughter steers for an adequate price lest; scattered sales heilers fully steady; cows mostly 50 lower; few loads choice 925 Ib heilers 46.00-46.75; util- ity and commercial cows 31.00-33.00; a few ulility 33.50. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY (API hoqs, butchers moderately active trade very uneven; 50 to 75 lower; instances 1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 HO-240 Ib. sows 50 to 1.00 lower; U.S. I 33.75-34.50, Cattle, eco. Mez- vinsky since January, 1973, when Mezvinsky took office. Thompson resigned from the Tamo Merchants To Stay Open Fridays TAMA Tama merchants by an overwhelming majority have voted to keep their businesses open on Friday nights, effective March 1, instead of Saturday nights. Mezvinsky staff effective Febru-1 The change is being made ary 15 to direct the Jensen cam- after several months' discus- paign effort in the eleven The retail committee of lies of the Second district. Ithe Tama Chamber of Com- 1.2 Million Cars, Trucks by GM DETROIT (AP) General Motors has recalled 1.2 million passenger cars and light-duty trucks in search of vehi- Hist Baptist Four-1 uvmh avenue. The Rev. W. Lee. Worship Suml.iv lion, school tirace Baptist 440 South Fifteenth street. The Rev. Don R. Martin. Sunday school Worship and Suuaw Creek Baptist Wil kins school. The Rev. Krrmit W. Jflmduml. Worship 9. Snii- urging (lie state board to provide state-support-! higher education programs students in western Iowa' received a cool recep- jfor clav school 10. Itohlns Taith Bible Cornei of .Main and MentztT, The Rev. Kit Bateroan. Worship and ti. Sunday school St. Joseph's Catholic 995 Fifth avenue. The Rev. Justin A. Kane, the Rev. Martin W. Pl'ab and the Rev. John Casey will celebrate mass Saturday at 7 p.m. at the school, 1430 Fourteenth street, and Sunday at 7, and 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. at the church and 10 and at the school. Marion Christian 1050 Mc- Gowan boulevard. The Rev. Peter M. Morgan. Sunday school Worship Ser- mon: "The Church Nobody Talks Speaker, Dr. I Harold Dos'tcr. Robins Church of the Brethren 355 Second street. The Rev. Harold Justice. Sun- cles with possible defects their brake systems. GM officials said Friday that the vehicles are equipped with a single diaphragm brake booster that might have defective vacu- um power brake housings. The auto maker said eight ac- cidents have been reported volving brake failures caused by defective housings. It said none resulted in injuries. About 85 percent of the re- called vehicles are in the hands of owners, GM said. Vehicles involved include 1973 and 197'1 intermediate and full- size Chevrolets; 1973 intermedi- ate Buicks, Pontiacs and Olds- mobiles; 1973 and 1974 compact models of Nova, Camaro, Ven- tura, Firebird, Omega and Apol- lo; and 1973 and 1974 Chevrolet and GMC light-duty trucks. Required modification of the brake booster would 'take only 10 minutes and would be per- formed without charge, GM said. Worship 11 and Christ 1087 Feld Hits Riley's Attendance Record Charging his opponent has a. poor attendance record in elec- tive office, -Michael Feld, He- oublican candidate for Second district congressman, pledged Fridav he would represent his constituents with quency. Feld. Oelwein, day school 10 7. Church of Eighteenth street. William Cain, Bible school 10. Worship 11 and Ascension Lutheran 2210 Orand avenue. The Rev. Denny J. Brake. Worship 8 and 10. Sermon: "Christ Loves Out- Lutheran Church of the Res- urrection 2770 Eighteenth avenue. The Rev. Otto A. Zwanziger. Worship 8 and Sunday school St. Paul's Lutheran (Missouri Synod) 915 Twenty-seventh street. The Rev. John D. Hubor, jr. Worship 8 and Sun- day school First United Methodist 1277 Eighth avenue. The Rev. Glen W. Lamb and the Rev. J. M. Steffenson. Worship and 11. Sermon: "Inner De- Prairie Chapel United Meth- odist Route 3. The Rev. Clive Cook. Sunday school Worship First Presbyterian 802 Twelfth street. The Rev. Jay A. Miller. Sunday school Worship Sermon: "Blood upon the EartlV'. Reformed 965 South Sunday school 10. Worship 11. Church of God (Seventh Day) _ 600 Ninth avenue. W. J. Kuryluk, pastor. Song ser- vice Sabbath school 10, worship 11, Saturday. Friday, Bible study 8. United Seventh Daj Brethren 2400 Second ave- nue. W. Allen Bond, pastor. Worship 10, church school 11 j Saturday. Presbyterian Fifteenth street. fna Fridley Dies at 79; Former Teacher; OELWEIN-Ina Fridley, 79, a former teacher at Oelwein, Al- greater Ire- burnett and Waterloo, died Fri- i Dennis But- ler, appearing before the boarc at its regular monthly meeting here, asked the regents to initi- ate a study and review the costs of using defunct Midwestern col lege in Dcnison as a separate institution under regents control in the western sections. Butler complained that the western counties have been neglected in the slate's higher education system because the three current state institu- University of Iowa, Iowa State university and the University of Northern Iowa- are located in the eastern and central parts of the state. In addition, Butler asked the board to investigate "the costs of studies relative to the es- tablishment of branches at other sites in western Iowa" 01 a possible reciprocity agree- ment with Nebraska for higher education. Although members of the board expressed sympathy for Butler's proposals, the general consensus of the regents was that it was not their function to inititate such study. John Baldridge of Chariton told Butler that the board's money was budgeted for specif- ic programs and said such study would not be, in "our prov- Mrs. H. Rand Peterson of Harlan, president of the board said it was the legislature's prerogative to allocate funds foi the study. "I appreciate what you are trying to say. I, too, am from western Iowa, but the kind of study you are talking about should be funded by the legis- Mrs. Peterson said. "I think your forum is wrong, you have to go to the legisla- she added. Butler told the board that he believes "the regents have been entrusted with a very special and unique bring to the people of the state of Iowa educational and intellectual ex- cellence and to pass this on to future generations." Butler said the impetus to start such a program as reci- procity between Nebraska and Iowa should come from the iboard. (day inTopeka, Kan. lni Survivors include a daughter, Cedar Rapids by bus, an Ralph Kuehl of arrived Telephone Data Release Curbed tation in Iowa, Feld said. Feld claimed Sen. Tom Riley (R-Cedar Rapids) seldom at- tended Friday sessions of the legislature. He said the records indicate Riley missed every Fri- day session but one during a WASHINGTON (AP) Amor- Cedar jican Telephone Telegraph Co. Phillip Logan of j has announced that after March ITopeka; a sister and it will not turn over to authori- ties the long-distance telephone brothers. Services: Monday at of ils customers unless in Brant funeral home, Oelwein, under a subpoena or adminis- whcre friends may call from 10 a.m. to p.m. Monday. trative summons. In the past, it has released the A native of Davenport and life-long lowan, Thompson has worked for the social security period from Jan. 8 through! [lere ,April 30. 1973. He also noted! merce sent ballots to the missed most Monday! chants, asking them to vote for j morning sessions. the night they preferred lo stay1 Burial: Woodlawn cemetery! records merely on written re- quest of government agencies. administration and served as a [open. The big majority was in? j member on the Davenport! favor of Friday night. Bros. human relations commission, The business men are plan- February P57CB51 treasurer of the Quint-Cities I ning a large promotion to initi- March goo drug abuse council and as a late ths first Friday night open- o c l mntmn nnit Unt Ralnui GAZETTE TELEPHONE NUMBERS Mav July 59.70 59.60 WEBSTER CITY LIVESTOCK WEBSTER CITY (AP) T not enouah to establish markt. cows steady at 30.50-33.00; bulls steady at 38.50-dl .50. hogs; butchers 75 to l.M lower, bulk 40.25-10.75, TOO 40.75; 25 to 50 lower, bulk 33.25-35.00, too 35.50; 200-250 Ib. boars 3! ,59-12.00; 250-350 Ib. 27.00- 28 CO; 350-700 Ib. 29.50-ju.50. Monday's estimates: 300 catile; 7.000 hoqs. DRESSED MEATS DES MOINES (AP) (USDA) Midwest carlot meat trade report (or Iowa and river market areas: Beef trade slow, demand (air; choice sleer beef steady (o 1.00 higher; cficice heifer bee( 1.00 lower. Choice steer beef 600-900 Ib. 73.00, yield nrade 4 600-900 Ib. two loads 70.00; choice heifer beef 500-7CO Ib. yield grade 4 71.00-72.00, yield grade 3 two loads 73.00. Fresh pork cut trade fairlv aciive; loins not well established, mostly sleaoV; picnics B Ib. up .50-2.00 lower; skinned hams 1.00-2.00 higher; seedless bell its steady to l.CO higher. Loins 14-17 Ib. picnics B Ib. UD 51.50-52.00; skinned hams 14-17 Ib. d8.50, 17-20 Ib. Ib. 57.50, 14-1. member of the board of direc- tors of the Quad Cities civil lib- motion and Offices Not listed Bdow j Call .398-8211 ing March 1. Businesses inj Tama have always had Satur-l D.pt.......imm Mon. thru Sol. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. day night as the weekly-shop-j Jensen said Thompson will night when stores rc-j undayiUntiUHoon ordinate campaign activities jmained open. j 398.8234 from the Jensen for offices at 825 Fifth avenue SE in; 20 YEARS AGO A com-i Soiurrfoyuntil 12noon Cedar Rapids. Jensen also hasimunist-lcd mob attacked the DbpioyAdvening................398-8222. an office in Dubuque at 429 j U.S. Information Offices library Rhomberg avenue. I in the heart of Calcutta. 8 o.m, lo 5 p.m. Marion Office .398-8430 LIVESTOCK FUTURES live Beef Caltle February April...... June Aunust October December Live Hoas February April June July Auousl October December Futui _ xchangc Fridfr, Close tradinn c Prc 53.4? 53. "5 4I.8S 45.89 A) ?0 J7.HJ M6.00 JOLIET LIVESTOCK JOLIET, III. (UPI) CfltUft 700; steers 50-1.50 hlflher; heifers higher; hinh choke prime steers 46.00- 47.50; choice 46.00-48.50; qood and choice 4J.OO-46.25; 1 choice and prime hfifcrs 46.75; choice 45.50-46.50; qood  iOI 24________Beauty Shops_______ TOR SALt. M.1DEKN I eotrelM Beauty Shoo cQUlomenl plus many eitrav. J54.JOM 28________Where to Go_______ FUN AND GAMES Monday 6 P.M Benelit C.R. Jayccei K02Y INN 1st _Ave. N.E. _ 362 6 AM. TO 3 A.M. BUTTERFLY CAFE EMPLOYMENT 42 Help MURPHY EMPLOYMENT 417 1st AvuS.E., 364-6V95 Suiie 203, Iowa Theatre Bldg. Help Wanted KEY PUNCH OPERATORS AT LEAST 1 year experience, days, niqhrs and weekends. Call 365-5211 [or appointment. STA-FED Computer Tax inc. 609 Center Point Rd. N.E.____ DRAFTSMAN EXPERIENCE necessary, Architect- ural drawing desirable, area) op- portunity for hard worker wilh salary to match. Box Z-1000, Gazette.___________________________ PERSON (or cjeneral oarage work and tire truck, steady employ- Tient, pension plan, hospitaliza- .lon, Box________________________________ to work in ware- house, night shift, equal oppor- tunity employer. Apply at Swift and Co. 407 Court St. Williams- uurg, Iowa. WOMAN companion to elderly lady, board and room in ex- change for light housekeepino duties. 365-4757._______ EXPERIENCED Auto Vinyl top In- staller and upholsterer. Good wag- es and benefits. Apply in person. 1Uh__SI. NE, or 364-E77B. SKILLED MACHINISTS OR MACHINE OPERATORS TRIPLE E MANUFACTURING 32QQ 5TH MARION PROGRAMMER SMALL and medium size computer. __Wnje Box 1129 Cedar Rapids, .la. COSMOTOLOGIST, fuTi oT p777 time, with preferred. Good commission and benefits Call 365-7376 or 3M.4724. CLEANER lor industrial offices, 2 hours per nlqhl maximum. Mid- _wcst_Metal Products. 364-6264. NURSE AIDE 3 to 11 and 7 lo 3 SOMEONE with car lo delivcf oizia, fast food. 3335 Cenl'r Point Rd. N.E., 365-7541 WANTED live-in babysitter, lake r wjrking er' "Mr Harrison school H.W. 362-7H5 WANT Babysitier my home S.E. Call aller 6 p.m. 365.2293. DENTAL ASSiSTANfTPART TIME 3fi4-CCK 8-5 SERVICE GUIDE Call an Advertiser Now! Business Services Zobac Construction Company, Inc. we DO Commercial or Residential Add i Repair IMPROVEMENT- Member National Home Improvement Council "We Are Bonded" ___ 363-9681 GENERAL BUILDING REPAIR SERVICE and maintenance. Minor and maior jobs. New work- remodeling, etc. If you qood workmanship, call Hollz Consfruc- _ lion 3J6-566Q. DICK'S TREE SERVICE HAULINt Services, MINISTRY ol DELIVERANCE Church FOR PRICING and arrantiemenls. Cill 366-1 J09, am., 6-7 _ tvemnas, Mon. thru Sat; CUTCO ana Wftarever sales and service. Price increase about March 1st, order now and save! 363-0152. SANDING and SHOW REMOVAL WATER AND SEPTIC TANK RE- PAIR. Concrete breaking base- mcnt drainage, SlarK, 363-5327. PAINTING-PAPERING ._ Moonshadow Const. Co. -New Home? Remodeling? Roofinq? _Glvcjj5_a call. 362-6766 after S. _ 361-7QI7 RUG SHAMPOOING By Vel 3J5-2W6 or 365-5093 PAINTING, InlcVior. KtlcrlorTVrce estimates. MBRVIN LARSON f, Son. J4.H32Z. KITCHEN REMODEL IXL-HAAS Cabinets, 363-7788 REFERENCES Hill M-Ult BREEDEN given, __377-7 n Gullers, Roofs and Repair" p Crafl, JM.fipsl Terry Meisha Upholstering FING_FABRIC SAMPLES, R. K." MAHURIN "CONST.' Additions. Sldlno. 37M.nl .i77-fi43l" aftor -t p.rn, ns a ,ci SPECIALIZING" h PLASTERING. Ed timon. CARPEIITER ..........RAY CARPEIJTER Ho'iohs lon'smVil! lorlor. _ M. L. iTnlo, 'SNOW PI.OW'lNG-366-330T YOUR homo, plonncd, llnnncotl jnrl balll, p. Allinrly. 365-00 1 .Any_Klnil, Anv_T ND CJ.KANUP 34 BooMoopIng Tax Sorvlco SGCnBTARIAI. SERVICI- IlinlnCll, I. mini ZIM'M 34 u Tar Service Federal and State, Single Person, S5 32nd Year. We Never Close FRANK GORUP IOM IKh Slreel N.H. 364.5573 INCOME TAX SERVICE Accurate and Reasonable 2835 Johnson Ave. N.W. 9 lo 9 daily SON TAX i, BOOKKEEP- BOOKKEEPING AND INCOME TAX Typing, Copying. 364-7732. PERSONAL TAX SERVICE By j93-a545 36 Work Men _evcninas. Mon. thru sal Hauling, Irec rcmoJaTI Irlmmmg. Reasonable. Insured Tree SeS "ROOF REPAIR'S Chimneys, Gohcrp__ 352-2343 PAIN! I 38 Work D Lonn HOUSE NURSCRY Licensed v.011 .enter Point Road NE Avenuo 'SW _ ._ 8TH ST. DAY CARE CENTER EXPERIENCED V CcSr 6306 Trailer Courl area. 345. WILL Babysll 1 "child days excenl Thurr, pSlir 25 _ years. S.w. side. IMMil DABYSITT'lNO" Wnicd 2 LADIES LICENSED child f" ..I or 2 children. Occmlonnl   

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