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the Names and i
that are looking
and for people
apartment. Call i
FOR RENT: Nice large front room.
Also Apartment JA 5038.
FOR RENT: Nice room for single
or couple. Call JA 2870.
FOR RENT: 3 Kitchenette Apart
ments. Nice Location with
Utilities paid. Call HA. 0800.
FOR RENT: 2 large Chairs, newly
upholstered in red. Also a large
Mirror. Call after 2 P.M. 2510
Erskine. PR 0994.
FOR-RENT: Nice large room for
couple. Share kitchen. Ultilities
paid. Call HA. 0800.
FOR RENT: 1 3-roof unfurnished
Apt. 1 block from 2 bus lines.
Call HA. 0800.
FOR RENT: 3 3-room furnished
Apts. Call HA. 0800.
FOR RENT: One 2 room unfurnish
ed apartment. Call HA 0800.
FOR RENT: A 2 room furnished
apartment on bus line. Call
FOR RENT: One 2-room furnished
apartment and one 3-room un
furnished apartment Call HA
WANTED. WANTED I WANT-]
ED: We want to rent that
Apartment you hare for Rent.
Call HA 0800.
We want to sell that car or truck
you have to tale. Call HA 0800.
We want to sell that piece of
furniture you have, for eale.
Cell HA 0800.
REMEMBER We arc in the Rent
ing and selling business. Give
ua a ring. HA 0800.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO RENT
OR TO SELL? WE HAVE
RENTERS AND BUYT-RS
WAITING FOR WHAT YOU
HAVE. GIVE US A RING.
CALL GROW GLOSS for Haii
appc.ntment. Hair dresser and
oil. 2512 N. 24th. Phone Pi
FOR RENT: 1 3-room furnished
apartment 2 2-room apartments.
1 2-room unfurnished apart
ment. 2 1-room furnished i.
partment for working man or
woman. Call Ha. 0800, Omaha
FOR RENT: 3 modern unfurnished
rooms, ell 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, 404 S.
FOR SALE: TWO LIKE NEW
WERE $500.00, NOW $195.00.
EVANS RADIO & TV SERVICE,
2936 N. 24th. PL 9879.
FOR RENT: A large sleeping
room right on a bus line for
only $7.50 per week. Call PI.
FOR RENT 1 3-room unfurnished
aoartment. Call Ha. 0800.
FOR SALE: 2 large chairs, newly
upholstered in red. Also a
large mirror. Call after 2 P.M.
Ja. 0994. 2510 Erskine.
Man or woman from this area to'
service new revolutionary Cig
arette Vending Machine. 6 to
10 hours weekly nets up to
approx. $3,000 00 yearly. Great
opportunity for capable person
to expand. When fully es
tablished, party selected should
earn $15,000.00 yearly. $1,195.00
cash investment required. Ful
ly secured. For local inter
view give full particulars.
Write P. O. Box 7047, Minne
apolis 11, Minn.
The Waller Radio Re
pair Shop, which was
located at 1904 North
24th St has moved to
2525 North 20th St 1
block north from Lake
St on the north side
of North 20th St
FOR RENT: One 3 room furnished
or unfurnished apartment at
2520 Lake SL Call PL 3165.
FOR RENT: 1 4-room house. Call
At. 3747. Between 2 bus lines.
FOR RENT: Nice room for settled
couple or elderly single person
in a private home with use of
kitchen. Call HA 08ul. 2310 N. j
22nd SL 1
, Apartments, and
\ddresses of people
for a place to stay;
who want to rent an
FEMALE HELP WANTED
WOMEN sew easy ready-cut house
coats at home. Earn from $17.40
tc $26.16 dozen Write — AC
CURATE STYLE, Freeport, New
FOR RENT: Several nice exclusive
rooms for men. Price reasonable.
Call HA 0800.
I FOR RENT: 1 large furnished room
for working couph WE 1477.
FOR RENT: Two nice rooms for
couple or single person $7.00 and
$7.50 Nice location. PL 6376.
MALE~H EL PLANTED ~
We will establish you in business
with our capital. If you are
trustworthy and energetic,
write us. No investment or ex
perience needed to start. Part
time or full-time. WINONA
MONUMENT CO., Winona, Minn.
The 1956 edition of “Who’s Who
In Baseball,” forty-first in the ser
ies and the third edited by Allan
Roth, statistician of the Brooklyn
Dodgers, is now at newsstands.
Included in the book is the fol
lowing information on 445 players
(more than ary previous issue) now
on majoi league rosters: place of
birth; date of birth; how player
bats and throws; height; weight;
year-by-year batting records of 259
payers (in ten different batting de
partments); year-by-year pitching
records of 186 pitchers (in nine
different pitching departments);
and World Series statistics on play
ers who have participated in the
Series League-leading perform
ances have been indicated.
Playing records of 123 players
not listed in 1955 have been in
cluded in the 1956 edition. This
group contains a number of rook
ies. some with no major league ex
perience, and a few who have play
ed briefly in the majors. Among
this group are such players as
Henry Aguirre, Luis Aparicio, Don
Blasingame, Neil Christley, Rocco
Colaviio, A1 Curtis, Billy Harrell,
Connie Grob, Ken Lahman, Frank
Malzone, Buddy Peterson and
Also included in tills year’s edi
tion ace final standings of the
1955 championship races, team bat
ting, fielding and pitching and the
box score of the 1955 All-Star
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i Youth Study
Juvenile Delinquency Panel
The Kellom Youth Council will
lay the quilty for the large increase
! in juvenile delinquency at the
door steps of the Adult World in
a fiery panel on juvenile delin
quency at Kellom Community on
A panel of four girls and one
boy, led by Carolyn Robinson will
challenge the adult world to in
vestigate its self and to do some
thing about what they will find.
The public is invited to attend
this discussion which will start at
8:00 P.M in the Center Auditor
ium. Admission is free.
The Kellom Adult Council will
sponsor their annual tap recital on
March 29th in the Center’s auditor
ium. Starting time is 8:00 P.M.
and the price of admission is 25c.
Tickets may be purchased from
members of the Adult Council and
at Kellom Community Center, 24th
and Caldwell Streets.
This year’s recital which will
follow the school age boy and girl
through their school day holidays
will present the Kellom Tap Dan
cers and several guest stars. You
will want to see this grand show. I
CELTICS HAND CRUSADERS
SECOND DEFEAT, 54-48
An inspired Celtic basketball
club staved off a desperate rally
by the once invincible Crusaders in
a Senior Boys make-up game Fri
day night and gave the Crusaders
their second licking in the Second
Half of the Senior Boys Basketball
League. The Celtic’s victory over
the Crusaders coupled with their
Monday night 58-58 squeeze past
the Roses assured them of the
second half championship and a
playoff spot against the Crusaders,
the first half winners. The play
off, a 2 out of 3 affair, is scheduled '
to start at 7:00, Tuesday, March 27.I
Other Monday Results:
Falcons 45 -Courtmasters 20
Crusaders 36_Bouncers 29
Blue Trotters 49 _ Purple Tide 46
BROWNS CHILL GOLDEN
KNIGHT'S TITLE HOPES
With Charles Skaggs hitting 14
points and Dick Rice pitching in
with 12, the Browns cinched the
YAL Junior High School Basketball
Crown at KelJom. Wednesday night
as they drubbed Golden Knights'
43-30. The Golden Knights had j
been strong contenders for the
: titln, a game behind the Browns.
With only two games left on the
I schedule, the Browns’ victory as
| sured them for a share of the title.
Other YALY results:
Sacred Heart 47 _ Red Raiders 9
City Mission 33 . Social Settlement
Hope Lutheran 28_13th Street
LAKE JR. HIGH JETS
ADVANCE IN MIDGET MEET
Lake Jr. High and the Kellom
Jets advanced to the finals in the
Ke'Iom Midget Boys Double Elimin
ation Tourney, Saturday morning,
The Lake Jr. High team remains
undefeated in tournament play as
they knocked off their semi-final
foe the Court Devils, 16-10.
Playing in the losers’ bracket,
the Jets, reached the finals the
long way round as they elminated
both the Devils (32-16) and Sacred
Heart (50 14). Saturday.
F;»als will be played at 10:00
A.M Saturday, March 24.
Hold Tryouts For
Stars Of '56
The Youth Council will hold try
outs for the Stars of ’56 Show at
7:30 in the Kellom Auditorium on
Wednesday, April 4. Further in
formation about the show and try
outs may be had by calling Pat
Hopson or Josh Gibson, JA 1116.
The Kellom Senior Citizen Club
is working on crafts displays to
enter in the Home Improvement
Show which will be held at the
City Auditorium on May 5, 6, 7.
The Grand Canyon of the Colo
rado la 217 miles long, tour to If
, miles wide at brim, end 4,000 te
0,900 feet deep.
On sslo Is ■ toothbrush with a
dental mirror built into its handle,
so you can look at your teeth as
your dentist does.
The production of gold in Nlo
; aragua has taken first rank in the
•owntry, taking precedence orer cod
The much touted Army Reserve
program is “fighting a losing bat
1 tie” according to the current issue
of PICTURE WEEK magazine. The
program, designed to provide
young men with an attractive al
ternative to the draft, “has been
a dismal failure,” the magazine
The program permits a high
school graduate to spend six
months cn active duty with the
Army or Marine Corps. Instead of
a two year draft. That service
would be followed by seven and a
half years in the Ready Reserve. !
The six month reserve program
For the Home
Frame Your Memo Slate
JLJERE’S a clever way to make
an attractive memo slate for
Take an old picture frame; the
size isn’t important. Give it a
good cleaning and sanding. Then
prime and enamel it to suit the
surroundings in which you plan
to hang your memo slate. For
best results, sand lightly between
Now you’ll need a piece of Ma
sonite Tempered Presdwood to fit
the old frame. Take it from your
stockpile or buy some at the lum
ber yard. Also obtain some chalk
board paint, either black or green.
Follow the manufacturer’s direc
tions for preparing the Presd
wood and applying the slate sur
Finally you mount the chalk
board in the frame. A piece of
scrap aluminum bent into a U
shape or a discarded Venetian
blind slat screwed to the bottom
of the frame makes an excellent
trough for a piece of chalk.
You now are ready to hang the
memo slate in a convenient place.
Unframed chalkboards may be
made in any useful size, too. They
are excellent for grade schoo'
was implemented last fall. So far,
about 12 30C young men have vol
unteered But only 5,500 of these
have actually begun their initial
By June 30, 1956, the Army had
hoped to have at least 90,000
volunteers. It is apparent now,
that they will not reach that goal.
PICTURE WEEK says that reasons
for the failure are many: Since the
reserve program is a completely
voluntary one, many young men
have preferred to take their
chances with the draft. Many have
taken this “calculated risk”, hav-!
ing heard about the cases of men j
passing tbe draft age without serv
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House No. A-118
Here is a home in the modern manner—a brick
and siding, split-level beauty. There’s a!
maximum of living comforts packed into this
design. The huge living room is complemented
by a rear picture window and the cheerful fire
place. The separate dining room adjoins the
kitchen-dinette. Up a short Right of stairs there
are three bedrooms. Besides having its own pri
vate bathroom, the master bedroom has a closet
along one entire wall. For relaxation, enter
taining or watching TV, there is a playroom,
only a few steps away from the living area.
There is another fireplace in this room and an
entrance to the outdoors. An extra bedroom
and bath on this level is ideal for a maid or
guests. Don’t overlook that large basement, so
handy for storage, hobbies, or a workshop.
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