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WANTED: Houses, Apartments, and
the Names and Addresses of people
that are looking for a place to stay;
and for people who want to rent an
apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: One 2 room unfurnish
ed apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: ONE 6 ROOM UN
FURNISHED APT. BEAUTIFUL
LY DECORATED AT THE MAL
BURN APTS. AT 21»t AND BUR
DETTE ST. CALL AT 4114 OR
GL 1411 IN P.M.
FOR RENT: One 3 room furnished
apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: A 2 room furnished
apartment on bus line. Call
WANTED TO RENT: A 5 or 6
room house. Call PL 6156.
FOR RENT: One 3 room unfurnish
ed apartment and one 2 room
apartment. JA 3634 or PL 0256.
FOR RENT: Two 2 room furnished
apartments. Call PL 6028.
FOR RENT: Lovely 3-room newly
decorated furnished apartment.
Call PL 6028.
WANTED TO RENT: A 3 or 4
room unfurnished apartment.
Call JA 7042.
FOR RENT: One 2-room furnished
apartment and one 3-room un
furnished apartment. Call HA
WANTED. WANTED! WANT
ED: We want to rent that
Apartment you have for Rent.
Call HA 0800.
We want to sell thst car or truck
you have to sale. Call HA 0800.
We wmnt to ueli that piece of
furniture jou have, for sale.
Call HA 0800.
REMEMBER We are in ths Rent
ing and selling business. Give
us a ring. HA 0800.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO REM
OR TO SELL? WE HAVE
RENTERS AND BUYERS
WAITING FOR WHA1 YOU
HAVE. GIVE US A RING.
CALL GROW GLOSS for Hair
appointment. Hair dresses and
oil. 2612 N. 24th. Phone PL
Do you read the Classified Ad
section of our paper? If you don’t,
you are missing something. We
have the following listings, in our
office for your consideration. II
you need furnished houses, four
room apartments, unfurnished, two
rooms apartments, furnished, 3
rooms apartment, furnished or un
A double bed and a medium size
room for single man for the sum
of $8 00 a week. If permanent, it
rents for $7.00 per week.
We have a two rooms furnished
apartment in a fine Christian
home.very reasonable rate, all utili
A large bay room In a private
home with bath next door, plenty
paid heat, running water, night
and day. Bus passes by the door
coming from town, by back door
FOR ANY ABOVE FURNITURE
AND EQUIPMENT. CALL HArne>
0800, OMAHA GUIDE BLDG., 2420
Grant Street, Omaha, Nebraska
DON'T FORGET WE HAVE
WHAT YOU WANT.
^OR RENT: 1 3-room furnished j
apartment. 2 2-room apartments.]
1 2-room unfurnished apart
ment. 2 1 room furnished a
partment for working man or
woman. Call Ha. 0800, Omaha
FOR RENT: 3 modern unfurnished
rooms, all utilities furnished.
Call Ha 0800 before 9:30 a m. or
after 5:00 p.m.
WANTED: A cook for private home
call Mrs. Pettis, Ha 0323, 401 S
FOR SALE: TWO LIKE NEW
WERE $500 00, NOW $195 00.
EVANS RADIO & TV SERVICE,
2936 N. 24th. PL 9879.
WANTED TO RENT: Mr Lester
Moore of 2132 North 27th St
wants to rent a 3 room unfi
nished apartment for a family
of 3. _
FOR RENT: A large sleeping
room right on a btis line for
only $7 50 per week Call PI
IOR RENT: 1 3-room unfurnish
ed apartment and one very nice
sleeping room. Call PI- 665.:
after 6 P M.
rANTED: TO RENT: Mr. Robert
Jones of 1807 North 20th St
wants to rent a 4 or 5 room
apartment or a 4 or 5 room
house for his family of five.
OR RENT 1 3-room unfurnished
apartment. Call Ha. 0800.
f FOR RENT: 2 large furnished
rooms, in a modern home with
use of kitchen at 2807 Ohio St.
Phone PI. 8985.
FOR RENT: 1 4-room house. Coll
At. 3747. Between 2 bus lines.
FOR RENT: 1 3-room neatly fur
nished apartment. All util
ities paid. Call Ha. 2835.
! FOR RENT: 2 large unfurnished
rooms, with the use of the
kitchen. Call Ja. 7042.
FOR RENT: One large nice sleep
ing room for working woman.
Call PI. 6655 after 5 P.M.
FOR RENT: A neatly furnished
3-room apartment near 24th and
Decatur St. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 3-room unfurnish
ed apartment. All utilities paid.
Only $60.00 per month. Call
PI. 6872 or Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: One 4-room unfur
nished apartment All utilities
paid by owner. This apartment
is right on the 42nd and Grand
bus line. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 2-room furnished
apartment. All utilities paid
except cooking gas. Rent only
$14.00 per week. Will accept
one small child. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 beautifully dec-1
orated 3-room apartment and
one 6-room unfurnished apart
ment in the Malburn apart
ments at 21st and Burdette St
Call At. 4114. If it is in the
P.M. call Gl. 1411.
WANTED TO RENT: A 4-room
furnished or 3 large roon
apartment. We both work.
We have two children, one 4
and one 5 years old. I work
nights. We have our children
under very good control. My
niece takes care of the two
children. PleaA call At. 5863.
FOR RENT: We have what you
want. Why not come and in
get it? Listen to this: 5
2 room furnished apartments; 2
3room unfurnished apartments;
3 3 room unfurnished apart
ments; 2 4-room unfurnished a
partments; 1 4-room house for
sale for $3275 and $500.00
down, and $50.00 per month. A
new $1100.00 gas furnace just
installed. 1 6-room unfurnish-!
ed apartment. All utilities paid!
by owners. Call Ha. 0800, The I
Roy Battles, assistant to the'
Master of the National Grange,
Washington, D. C. declared re
cently that a new method must be
developed to support farm income, j
“The new method,” he said,:
“would involve a variety of ap
proaches. one of which would
provide for direct payment to
farmers. These payments should
not come from the Federal Treas- j
urj. There are too many dangers
involved in bringing farmers
equality of income bv this route.”
He suggested that payments
would come largely from nroces-j
sors, who in turn would pass
them on to consumers.
This kind of approach to the
farm problem, and other matters
concerning agriculture, will be!
expanded by Mr. Battles when he
appears as guest speaker a; tire
Town and Country Banquet
Thursday evening, February 9.
The dinner meeting of busi
| nessmen and their f arm neigh
! hors will be held in the main
dining room at Boys Town at
seven p.m. Sponsors are the
, F’kbom V. E Grange, the Roog
la* County Farm Bureau and the
Douglas County Farmers Union.
The Omaha Chamber of Com
merce. a participant, is exten ' g
invitations to its own members to
j attend the banquet. Merle E.
i Bett‘, chairman of the Chamber’s
Farm City Relations Committee,
| said, wives also are invited to at
j tend the meeting. Tickets may
be purchased from the Omaha
; Chamber for S2 00 each, he said
Non city residents may obtain
tickets from any one of the three
farm organizations snonsorirg the
event, Mr Betts added.
Coming together Is a beginning;
keeping together la progress;
working together la success.
You may not think of your home
as a booby trap—but accident stat
istics prove that hazards lurk in
•very nook and cranny of the house
. r lieu i»crr Cry
Deer are supposed to shed tears
The drops, however, which fall
from their eyes are oily secretions
Tournament For Novice Wrestling
The next big special event on
the Kellom Community Center
will be the Novice Wrestling
Tournament on February 10 and
l 11. Events will be held on Fri
1 day, February 10 at 7:00 p.m. and
. on Saturday, February 11 at 2:00
and 7:00 p.m. The tournament
will be divided into two divisions
one for boys in the ninth grade
an dunder who have not wrestled
i more than one varsity team
| match, and one for boys in the
10th grade and under who have
not wrestled more than one var
Tournament awards will in
clude first and second place
team trophies and individual
trophies for division winners.
Entry fee is 25c per wrestler. !
Further information on the tour- j
nament may be had by calling
LeRoy J. Gibson, Kellom Com-j
munity Center Ja. 1116.
FREE THROW TOURNAMENT
After two weeks of competi
tion, champions have been decid- ‘
ed in the Midget boys, Junior
boys, Midget girls. Junior girls,
and Women’s division of the an
nual city-wide free throw tourna
mpnt being currently held at Kel
lom Community Center.
Midget Boys—Charles Richard
Junior Bovs—Burt Hall
Midget Girls—Connie Hall
Junior Girls—Barbara Seitz
The competition in the tourna
ment will continue next Tuesday
at 7:0 p.m. as champions will be
chosen in the Senior Boys and |
Men’s divisions, and on February |
14 at 7:00 p.m. when all division 1
champions will vie for the Grand
Champion Trophy which has been ]
won two years in succession by
Bob Rose, Howard Kennedy phy
sical education teacher.
YAL Tuesday Night Basketball
Bob Stubblefield scored 14
points as the Deputies romped !
past Nationals, 45-25 to remain!
tied for the league’s lead with
Main Christ Child who had it.
equally as easy with the Browns,
43-26. The Deputies and Main
Christ Child both have 6-3 rec
ords. In the third game the
Knights continued to take it on
the chin as they lost a 24-36 de
cision to the Jr. Crusaders.
Deputies FG FT Tpts
Powell_ 10 2
Hall _ — 3 17
Littlejohn - 7 0 14
Baker_ 4 0 8
Stubblefield _ 6 2 14
Total_ 21 3 45
Kufe_ 5 3 13
Simmonson-2 0 4
Hartquirt-3 0 6
Scott_0 0 0
Total_11 3 25
Amos - 3 2 8
Brown - 3 3 9
Fouler _ 4 19
Taylor - 0 0 0
Triangle_0 0 0
Crowford - 0 0 0
Sanders __ 0 0 0
Total_ 10 6 26
Main Christ Child
Briok_ 4 19
Olson_5 0 10
Griffey_3 4 10
Di Giaeomo_» 3 4 10
Lopez__ 12 4 |
Total _1_ 16 11 43 !
Price-0 0 0 j
Whitner_4 0 8
Scheibler- 10 2
Darrow_6 0 12
Beardsley - 2 0 4
Total_ 13 0 26
Nared_ 7 0 14
Grover _„_ 12 4
Vann_2 0 4
R. Jones-2 0 4
Meade_ 3 0 6
L. Jones_ 10 2
Total 17 2 36
YAL Wednesday Night
In the YAL’s Junior High
School age league, Bob Rose’s
hustling Rosebuds seemed to have
found their stride as they romped
passed Red Raiders. 77-12. Price.
Meadows, Cummings, Parks, and
Allen all hit the double figures
as the Rosebuds fast break and
pressing defensive swarmed all
over the Red Raiders.
In the night’s thrillers Leonard
Hawkins’ last second basket gave
the league leading Golden Knight
a 26-24 eke over Sacred Heart.
Hawkins also was the game’s
highest scorer with 11 points.
Jim Connolly led the Sacred
Heart attack with 10 points.
Social Settlement 27, Hope
North Christ Child 27, 13th
Street Eagles 13.
Senior Boys League
In the boys Senior Boys bas
ketball league the Crusaders from
the Near North Side YMCA re
main undefeated as they out
manneed the Roses. A heavy
f a v o red to win, their eight
straight games, the Crusaders
were hard pressed to eke out a
29-35 victory as the Roses com
bined a tight zone defensive and
a full court press to shackle the
Crusaders high scoring machine.
In the end, it was the Roses in
ability to cash in on numerous
easy under the basket shots that
was their down-fall.
In the second game the often
beeaten Blue Trotters found an
untapped source of scoring power
as they romped past the Falcons,
45-27. Leading the Trotters at
tack was Kemp Fosse with 17
In the night’s third game, the
Courtmasters ran their winning
streak to four straight as they
poured it on the Rockets, 56-22.
Leading the Courtmasters attack
were those Brown and Jones
boys who hit for 15 and 16 points
respectively. The Courtmasters
also did a good job of sewing up
the Rockets Dave Seefus, the
league’s leading~scorer who could
only muster up 7 points for his
In Monday’s finale, the Boun
cers used an all around game to
defeat Purple Tide, 37-29. After
jumping to a 6-0 lead in the first
two minutes of play, the Bouncers
were never behind or seriously
threatened as they controlled
both backboards and played a de
liberate game. High scorer for
the game was the Tide’s John
Buckles with 9 points, however
an outstanding factor in the Boun
cer’s victory was the rebound
work of its Indian center Logan
Saturday Morning League
Lake Jr. High-Y, Kellom Jets
and Social Settlement won games
in the third week of play in the
YAL Saturday morning basket
ball league for midget boys.
Team standings are as follows:
W L Pet.
Jets_ 3 0 1.000
Lake Jr. Hi-Y_ 3 0 1.000
Social Settlement_ 2 0 1.000
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CSaO I CITY TONE STATE
W « ■■■ — - .- — — .— — ■■ ■■ -d
I Sacred Heart No. 6 _ 12 .333
; Sacre dHeart No. 5 _ 0 2 .000
I Hope Lutheran - 0 2 .000
! Mission Knights - 0 3 .000
The Leagues highest scores are:
John Wills, Jets-48
M. Kellog, Lake-38
T. Emery, S H No. 6-34
C. Davis, Lake - 31
i H. Peters, Lake_29
j The Kellom Youth Council now
has a full quota of 30 members.
I It was a pleasure to see 24 of
! these members in attendance at
the last meeting. The Council
i has seven important events on
the agenda for February and
I March. First they will give their
! annual Valentine party for Coun
cil members and their guests on
Monday, February 13, and in
March on a date yet to be set, the
Council will present a panel dis
cussion on Juvenile Delinquency
from the teen-agers viewpoint.
The public is invited to attend
and participate in this meeting.
The Council would also like to
call the attention of all Kellom
girls to the contest now in pro
gress to select the outstanding
girl citizen of the Community
The Senior Citizen Club will
hold its regular meeting on Feb
ruary 2, and February 9. There
will be a Valentine party held at
the center. New members may
join this club for adults over 50
by calling the Community Center,
Ja. 1116. Free transportation to
and from the meetings is avail
Theodore Roosevelt Post No.
30 American Legion is progress
ing very rapidly as the new year
activities get under way. Under
the leadership of its new Com
mander, H. D. Stewart, things are
miving along at a highly prom
ising rate. The influx of new
members and the renewal of old
members continues to come in at
a very satisfactory rate. There
is a very commendable spirit a
mong all members to lend all
possible support to the efforts of
the Commander, Executive Board,
and officers to help the Post in
all possible ways.
Once again this column is high
in its praise to the never failing
helpful and true comrade spirit
-.hown by some Legion and Vet
erans, the weekly visit to the VA
Hospital here. Comrade Frank
Payne and others report the fol
lowing sick Legionaires and vet
erans now in confinement: Ralph
Underwood, Richard Johnson,
Henry Roland, Chester Walker,
Charles Corbin, Willie Bell, Her
bert Reyars, Wm. Cullens, Ernest
Regan and Edward Wright.
Thank you for the report and let
us all go out and visit these men.
You can never tell. Remember
ur regular meeting nights, the
first and third Thursday nights at
8:00 o clock.
Keep up the good work, for in
so doing, you keep your obliga
tions, God, Our Country and
H. D. Stewart, Commander
H. L. Embry, Jr., Adjutant
In Dimes March
Latest figures in the March of
Dimes campaign were revealed
today by Morris Miller, Douglas
County March of Dimes chairman.
“Over $65,000 has been re
ceived up to Monday, and we feel
that the drive up to now has been
Mr. Miller added, “if all of
those who have not contributed
will fill out their dimes cards, we
will go over the top.”
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