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r»AGE TWENTY-TWQ i Omaha Roundup MUD to Start sion Work COUNCIL BLUFFS IOWA NONPAREIL--MARCH 5 1953 Expansioi Approves Issuance of $3,350,000 in Bonds Issuance of $3,350,000 in bonds as part of a $9,000,000 Improvement expansion program for its water works plant and distribution system was authorized Wednesday by the Metropolitan Utilities District (MUD). The directors set March 26 at 10 a.m. for the opening of bids on the bond issue. Improvements planned by MUD consist of increased booster pumping station facilities, extensions of water treatment plant, construction of a 25,000,000-gallon reservoir, trunk mains for improvement of service and increased capacity. General Manager Walter S. Byrne said about throe or four years will be required to carry out tho program. MUD' anticipates successive stages will be financed by subsequent bond issues or out of surplus earnings. The District has no existing indebtedness. * # * The Omaha Board of Education filed formal protests about tho east section of tho Northwest Radial Highway with the City Council Wednesday. Tho Board of Education "accepted the necessity" of the highway passing in front of Technical High School, but asked plans for an underpass at Thirty-third and Cuming Streets be dropped, Tho protest listed four objections because tho highway would bring "limitations" on Tech's use, nine s'afcty objections, two sanitary objections, four engineering problems and five legal problems, It ended with tho notice tho Board is ready to negotiate for damages to tho Tech High site which would bo caused by construction. Douglas County Court Wednesday admitted a "lost will" to probate. It covers the estate of John S. W. Iowa News Family Moves fo farm Near Sidney RIVERTON -- The Glenn Ward family, who formerly lived on the Swanson farm west of Riverton, have moved to a farm near Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Ward have moved from a house In Riverton to a farm east of town. A 3C Bobby Joe Chancy is here for a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Dick Cheney. Chan'- ey, who recently returned from Korea, will report for duty at a camp in New Mexico. Miss Jeanne Broughton left Wednesday for California where 1 she is employed,, She had spent two weeks hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Broughton. Farragut Man Will Be Inducted Monday FARRAGUT -- Howard EllloU, son of, Henry Elliott, Monday will report to Omaha, Neb. for induction into the armed services. Robert Pierce, a Marine, is in FaVragut, called here by the death of his father, Orvllle Pierce, i. Hospitalize Child of Tabor Couple TABOR -- The child of Mr. and Mrs, ^ouis Doll is hospitalized at Hamburg. S. Sgt. Bud Ruse has arrived in Tabor after serving in Korea, His vifc drove to Denver, Colo., last week to meet him. II. A, Christensen has returned o an Omaha hospital after visit- ng in Tabor. Mrs. Jessie Brunt has moved 'rom tho Good Samaritan Rest lomo here to an apartment at the W. II. Dyke homo, State Rep, and Mrs. A, S. Bloc- del and grandson, Douglas Slothower, ore spending this week in Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Brown and children have moved their household goods to Pipestone, Minn. Brown remained there but Mrs, Brown and the'children have returned to Tabor and are spending this week at the Ralph Jobe home. Mrs, Lettie Lintnor went to St. James, Mo,, Tuesday to spend n few days with her father, Frank Tucker. During her absence, Miss Anna Ivory of Council Bluffs is spending a week with Miss Lucille Hall here. Mr. and Mrs. John Lyons arrived from Florida to visit Lyons' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Lyons, Lyons was discharged from the Air Force at Eglln Field, Fla,, Feb. 20. Mrs. Logan Hemmcr has entered a Hamburg hospital for treatment and observation, Mrs, Helen Harris of Pacific Junction and Mrs. Delia Engle of Bartlett have moved to'the Good Samaritan Home here. Swart;:, Omaha tavern owner, who died Jan. 22. No one has been able to find his will. His attorney, Harry D. Haykin and several other witnesses testified Swarlz had signed a will in August, IMS, leaving an estimated $10,000 estate to his wife, Gertrude. Witnesses said Swarlz had spoken of the will and had assured Mrs. Swarlx she would be taken caro of under its terms. Judge Robert R. Troycr signed n decree Wednesday ruling the unlo- catocl document wns the last will and testament of Swart/. A carbon copy of tho missing will was filed in the case. * # * Omaha police .said Wednesday five persons arrested Fob, 22 at Louisville, Ky., have been linked with the holdup at tho home of Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Bedford, Aug. 14. 1952. The Bpdfords and olght guests were robbed ot $25,000 in money and jewelry by two masked bandits at n party, Mrs. C. W. Hammond of Nebraska City, one of tho victims in the holdup, has identified a diamond-studded watch found in possession of three men and two women under arrest. She made tho identification from pholos received by Omaha police, it wns announced. Those under arrest include Mrs, Juanita Mcrriflclcl, 32, Louisville; Mr. and Mrs, Clotus J. Goldman, Evansvillc, Ind.; and Allen Benton, 31, Cincinnati, 0, They had $75,000 worth of jewelry when arrested. * * * Frank Fay, Hollywood comedian, will servo as master of ceremonies for Creighton University's Diamond Jubilee banquet April 16, it was announced. S. W. Iowa Deaths Mrs. Dora B. Hayes LENOX -- Mrs. Dorn. B. Hayes, i3, died Tuesday at ft Lenox rest ionic. Her home was in Sliarps- xit'g before she moved here, Survivors arc; two daughters, Mrs, Mabel Grimm and Mrs. Chloe Kerns, both o£ Sliarpsburg; ono son, Ray ot Lenox, sjx grandchildren i and eight groat grandchildren. Funeral services wore Thursday n the Methodist Church at Shnrps- Crew Funeral Homo in Clcnrflold, was in charge, Interment wns in Gravity Cemetery, Urs, Edith Anderson ATLANTIC -- Funeral services vlll bo held at tho Taylor Funeral Homo at 2 p. m. Friday for Mrs, Edith Andeison, 70, who died Tuesday night at an Atlantic hospital. She had been in ill health a year, Mrs. Anderson was born in Germany and came to Atlantic with her parents when she was nine years old. She was a member oC .he First Presbyterian Church and. Royal Neighbors of America, Surviving are a son, Chester An- det'bon of Atlantic; tour brothers, Max Schullz oE Atlantic, Ernest Schult/ o£ Stuart, Fred Schultz of Cnookston, Minn., and Harry SchuHz of Glendalc, Calif.; and three sitters, Mrs. Robert Eccless o£ Annamlalc, Minn,,, Mrs, Julia Gunclrrson of Marno and Mrs. Minnie Britton oC Greenfield, Interment will be in the Atlantic Cemetery. Mrs. Mary B. Connett MISSOURI VALLEY - Mrs. Elliott People Move to Red Oak ELLIOTT -- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hallcock have moved to Red Oak whore Ilallcock is employed at Brown Shoo Company. Mrs. Hallcock will complete the term as a teacher here, Mrs. Tom Williams and daughter ofvTefjfcrson are visiting at thft Robert Purdue home, Silver City People Move to Glen wood SILVER CITY -- Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Boyce have moved from the Kellogg farm east of here to Cilenvvood. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kellogg have moved from Glenwood to the farm vacated by the Boyces. II, F. School is a ^patient in a Council Bluffs hospital where he underwent surgery. II, A. McCoy is hospitalized in Council Bluffs, The II. A. McCoys moved from the Donald Btirgoin farm Tuesday to tho Ilumslon farm southeast ol Silver City '' Modale People Are on California Trip MODALE--Mr. and Mrs. Newell Simpson, Janice, Jimmy a n d Sathy, have gone to Long Beach and San Francisco, Calif,, to visit relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Lewis and Mr, and Mrs, Ed Bock have arrived home after n visit with relatives in California, Mr, and Mrs, Ed Sheard arrived lome Tuesday after spending the past four months with their daughter in California. Name Official Groups for Clarinda Event Special to The Nonpareil CLARINDA -- Mayor Don Drake has issued a proclamation which makes the "Sisters'of the Swish" and the "Brothers of the Brush" the official Centennial organizations as Clarinda observe her 100th anniversary this year. According to the mayor's orders, it shall be legal if any man in Clarinda or vicinity shall grow full or In part beard, And for the female organization, it shall be legal if they wear any part of a costume representative of the period of 1880 to 1890 or thereabouts, including bustle, bonnet, hoop skirts or a centennial hair ribbon. Penalty for the men not co-operating is effective March 2 and for the women May 3, since the celebration is May 31 to June 4, Autoist Hurt in Crash With Train C. J. Buckridge, 70, 1806 Fifth Ave., suffered minor injuries Wednesday at 7 p.m. when his car collided 'with a Chicago and North Western Railroad dicsel engine at Twelfth street and Fifth avenue, Police said Buckridge was driving west on Fifh avenue and the engine was going north on .the tracks. Buckridge was taken to Jennie Edmundson Hosiptal and treated tor n bruised left hip and strained neck muscles, He was released. Engineer was E. E, Ratliff, 600 Oakland Drive, police said. Southwest lowans Help With Conference Several Southwest Iowa women are among those helping plan a scries of vocational conferences to be sponsored by the University Women's Association at. Iowa University Mnrch 12 and 13, ' They include: Miss Jo Ann Williams, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. M. Williams of Atlantic; Miss Joan McCall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Claud A. McCall of Carroll; Miss Sally Yeales, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Yeates of Greenfield, Personals Money tt Loin IN memory of our donr Husband and Father who paused away 1 year niro today: The (lowen wo place upon your crave, Jlay wjlhor decay, But love for you who sleeps beneath Will never fade away. Mm, Ray Uanmim family DRINKING 'TROUBLE? Call Alto. holloa Anonymous, Box 1)5. 3-OU3, P. O. FULLER BRUSHES and Conmetlc», R, L. Carter, 623 Willow. 3-3184. Household Goods 12 YOU HAVE A DATE . , With Uncle Sam on March 15! Get tho cash right now which you will need to keep this dale! Repay In small monthly payments. Terms to lit vour budget. No Co-Signers Needed v Quick Loans on Salary U-N-I-T-E-D Financial Service ' A U C T I O N ! Friday, March 6 7:30 P. M. 1002 W. Broadway Yes, there will be LOTS of FURNITURE and TOOLS for the sale. Be SURE to Attend! J. L. SANFORD, Auct. Sale EVERY Friday at 7:30 P. M. 21 South Main Phone 3-7177 Loans Up to $300 The Fast Friendly Way GENERAL FI'NANCE Help Wanted Femali SALESGIRL Wanted 5 Day Week ·NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY --GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS ·PERMANENT WORK --INSURANCE AND HOSPITAL PLAN Apply In person S I N G E R 3Z8V4 W. B'dway Phone 3-0231 Papering .Decorating 14 (07 W. IVilwny Sewing Center Council Hluffs Seamstress Needed . DRAPERY WORK-ROOM FLOOR SANDER Walt Paper Steamer Floor Waxer Caulking Guns COOK PAINT CO. 300 W. B'dway Phono 2-2585 CALL UN for your Venetian Blinds and Window Shades. Estimates. Franhen Johnson 200 Went Broadway Pliono 6C30 "MOOKB AND STARR" Floor sandlnK, Finishing and Wulnc. Phone 3-5476 3 Rooms Furniture $299.50 Include*: WJ3STINGHOUSR TV SKT; ·I piece blond bedroom sot, complete; blue mohair frlcxa davenport and chair; 5 piece oak breakfast set; FrlRldnlre; and table top, all while, BUS sieve Terms Main Furniture Co. 726 W. B'dway PAINTING, INTEIUOn and exterior Papering. Lynjtard and Kvano. Phones 3-C112 mid ^53. PAINTING, wall washing, " paper cleaning. First class work. Phone 3-1)672, Prefer but we wil experience, train a capable person. --FULL STORE DISCOUNT --INSURANCE BKNWFIT --HONUS Apply to MRS. ANN1R, Employment Office, North Halcony BRANDEIS STORE CREDIT CLERK-TYPIST Conscientious girl, age 21 to 40 years, -MUST BE ABLE TO TYPE -ACCURATE WITH FIGURES -WILLING TO LEARN ALL PHASES OF CREDIT AND COLLECTION --MUST BE ABLE TO COMPOSE LETTERS FROM NOTES GIVEN BY CREDIT MANAGER --GOOD SALARY --FREE INSURANCE ' --VACATION AND --SICK LEAVE 40 Hour Week Apply lo Mr. Nelson WORLD RADIO LABORATORIES, INC. 744 W. liroadway INTJ3H10R decorating. 20 years In business. Free estimate. Phone 3-0646, TriJO Furniture Exchange Department Orchard A Wllhelm offers you hundreds of. Items in coocl used f u r n i - ture «t .moderate prices. Come In and make your selec'lonn, you can use our pymrnt plan, Downstairs Floor of Electrto Bldg. Orchard Wilhelm Co. 17th and Barney Sts. WALNUT hpilioom set (complete) $12850; n.K. refrigerator (awl. slsto) Slit H5; Three piece brcaltfnst son JO or, Mac Furniture Co. 1)14 Wost Broadway Phono 3-1973 Reports on Drive FARRAGUT -- Funds collected during the polio drive in Fremont County totaled 53,374, according to an announcement by Mrs. Charles Manrose, Farragut chairman. About 2,500 species of lizards are known. Guaranteed Sewing Machine Repair ODEN SEWING MACHINE CO. 2100 West B'tlway Phone S-SS66 NURSES-REGISTERED For stuff d u l y with Red Crosi Blood Center, Technical training on Job. Hotel room mid meals furnished on nil out-of-town opcintlons. Auto- malic'Hilary Increases. Paid vacations slrk leave nnrt holidays Starting salary ?2l8 per month, 40 hour wcelt with tlnic off for ovi-r- time. Oonliu't Miss Schluoicr, UN al Center, 2MD Fnrnnm, Omnhn. Phono AT 2723. I'API.R hanging painting. Reasonable rales. f'Yeo estimates, Phono 421)7. 'APKH1NG and painting. Free estimates. Leon Unrdsley. Dial .1-9411, PAPERING, quick, neat reasonable. Samples shown, Ph. 8584. Trucking A. Hauling 15 CAM, Rod Dofncr, Phone ,1-4411 for basement digging, dirt. Sewer and water lionchlng. CUU81J13D rock and road gravel for driveways parking lots, Ph, H-.I07C. CWJSIIED rock, rotul (Travel, cinders, black dirt hauled, 8,185, 3-7870. CALL Lowell King for eriisbed rocK for driveways, Phone 3-1404, LIGHT hauling. Basement cleaning. Wood and cobs for salu. 747S. LIGHT hauling, trash hauling, clnd' ors. Odd jobs. Phono 9000. - Girl For General Office Work Typing, fllliiK, posllng. good wages, vacation, fi',4 day week, Apply in person, SIDLES CO. 141 W, Broadway STENOGRAPHER Gcnoial office woik, Apply North- weMorn Hell Toll-phono Co. room 113 Horond floor t'.H. Suvlng-i Hank between 8 n,m. n n d J 2 noon. ___ ""STENOGRAPHER Large down lo\\n mulllpli 1 line In- suianoti offlci. Knjoytiblo work, on- vlionmcnl nnd lionoflK Pl'on; Mr, Porter. AT OSGl or Council muffs, WAITRESS m Steam Table Floor Girls Steady Day Time Positions Good Salary and Hours Meals and Uniforms furnished and laundered free, Regular Store Discount Privileges Apply Mr. McLain Main Floor Cafeteria Brandeis Store General Office Work Typing, fllln/r, lone-hand posting dictaphone transcribing, E · da.\ woolt, excellent working conditions, Kood starling salary, plus bomisis, n|nny company bcncflis, permanent partition, Kmplovu-owncd company. Under Iltl years old. Cull Mr. Garnlcr for appointment. GRAYBAR ELECTRIC 1120 Capitol, Omaha AT E740 Business Opportunities 16 WASHER RHPA1R -- ALL KINDS WRINGER ROLLS "Tour Authorised. Maying Denier" BROAtWAY APPLIANCE U4 W. B'dway Phone 3-8(01 SOIL CONSERVATION WORK Cullv fllllnR-ilams-wadsr ways-terraces clearing, Experienced III all types or oarlli work. Lalo model 13-7 caterpillar-tractor, Tim Hyan Westom Iowa, Co. Bluffs Eh. 3-7903 WM WANT TO BUY: a Rood bedroom not, parlor sot, Chrome dinette act, gfi.H stove, refrigerator, baby bod and T.V. set. Phone U-G710, WANTED ITtirnltuie, odd pieces or hoti5« full, lflhc 1 *. Phone JICfiR, ·GROCERY, Feed Store, stool:, fixtures: Giifiollnc .Slntlon. Six room house, barn, gnriwe, fruit, one acre.. J7.ROO.OO. BKTUKSDA S T 0 R B, IOWA." BOX TRANSPLANTERS W-inled NEILSEN NURSERY 2S07 Setilh Avenue, Co. H l u f f » Phomi JKiOSa Coffee Shop Waitress Apply In pei'ion, Mlas Boone. Hotel Chieftain Employment Agencies 19A WOMEN Sec'y -- 1 Rlrl offlee , , lililtpr. C, )i DIM Keypunch MEN Sales .lr Underwriter Insurance Asm , , . .1210 , ..125 MUTUAL F.MPLOYMKNT SIIKV1CK KllpaMjek_Hldg Omaha Wo. 6070 If you need a. Job or employ* Call Marti Reference Opening now in Omaha and Council Bluffs area, Salnrln open, JA-3521 SOU W.O.W. Instruction 18 Approve Youth as Ministry Candidate Special to Tho Nonpareil CLARINDA--The session of Clar inda Presbyterian Church has approved tho name oE Joedcl Miller, son o£ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Miller of Clarinda, to the Town Synod as candidate for the ministry. The senior in high school will start his work towards his chosen profession next fall by attending Wootor College in Ohio. Miller is moderator of tho Iowa Synod Westminster Yotith Fellowship, and has been accorded numerous district and state honors in young people's groups of his church and inter-denominational Rroups. Clarinda Mothers Plan Band Group Spoelnl to Tho Nonpareil CLARINDA--A committee of six has been named to choose the organization form for the CltirlntU Band Mothers following nn inilinl meeting with Band Director Mark Kelly, They are to report Thursday, at tho organization mooting of the general group. Tho women named ^.on tho committee arc Mrs. Russell Price, Mrs. Road Arthur, Mrs. Leonard Krysolmiro, Mrs. 0. K. Brewer, Mrs. Charles Flynn and Mrs, George Woolson. Mary B, Connolt, 8."!, died Wednesday at n local nursing homo. She hud lived in Missouri Valley for many years, Funeral services will be at Hnrdy-Yutoslcr Funeral Home at 2 p.m. Friday. Tho Rev. P. W. Schwartz will officiate and burial will be in Cfilhoun Cemetery, Clarence H, Irwln LOGAN -- Clarence Henry Irvvin, 61, died Wednesday at a Council Bluffs hospital where lie had boon for tho past three months, Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at Bolton-Cranston Funeral Homo or tho Christian Church. Tho Rev, Robert Evans will officiate and there will bo Masonic services jy Chrysollt Lodge 420. Burial will 30 in Logan Cemetery. Irvvin was a member of tho Odd Fellows Lodge, the Ilobckah Lodge and a Master Mason since 1935. lie had been custodian ot tho lodge building for several yours. Survivors are: daughter, Mrs. Thclmu Burns of Gary, Ind.; fn- ther, FJd of Logan; brother, James of Cedar Falls; and three grandchildren. Mrs. Reeta Viola Shriver PERSIA -- Funeral services for Mrs. Recta Viola Shriver, 44, were Wednesday at the R.L.D.S. Church with tho Rev.. 0. Robert Hibbelcr of St. John's Lulherarl officiating. Beckers Funeral Home was in charge. Mrs. Shriver who was born near Mineola People Attend Meeting MINEOLA -- Ernie Schoening, Darren Schoening and E. E. Jones are in Kansas City, Mo. attending a business meeting, Mr, and Mrs, Gordon R, Miller have returned from Anchorage, Alaska where they have lived for the past year and a half, Miller, who was a corporal, was discharged from tho Army in February, Ho is tho son of Mr, and Mrs, Ray II. Miller of Mincola. Gr/swo/d People Complete Vacation GRISWOLDMr. and Mrs, Harold ?erduc arc to arrive home this vock afler a two-week vacation in Texas. While there they visited heir son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Mercer at San Antonia Air Base, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers are spending a two-week vacation in California with their daughter, Miss Sotty Rogers, a nurse at a Santa Monica hospital. They also are visiting Rogers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. U. G. Rogers, at Garden Grove. Mrs. R. A. Swctt of Griswold accompanied tho Lloyd Hummels of Oakland to Dayton, 0. this week. The Hummols are visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Lt, and Mrs, John Knobbc, while Mrs. Swett is a guest of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and 'Mrs, Karl Houpt. · Mrs. E. R. Limbaugh is in Grin- noil to assist her daughter, Mrs. Bob Marlng, in moving, Local WANT AD RATES PRICES FOE CONSECUTIVE) DATS 1 to 2 days Bo per word per diy J to li days 4o per word per day 7 lo li days 3e per word par day 30 days 2%o por word per day Minimum Chartf* BOo OUT KfOAJJY FOB SPRINQ MOVING Contact Grovcr Ford Van Service, 1008 W. B'dway, Phono 6431. Dial 4001 Is two words, Keyed or blind address (four words) appear In this form: "Write -- caro Nonpareil," Cancellation of Want Ads cannot be accepted after 8:30 A. M. day ol publication. Minimum ad 10 word or J lines, 25o service charge for blind or box number ads. MUST vncato at once, soiling our furniture, Fhorie 5802. 2224 Avenue TI1KWB piece bedroom suite. Good condition, Phono 3-8101. rates are for teven or more days. I Tavo your ici set to run «evon or moro days. Cancel It Just as soon a.i you Ret remits -- you will bo charged only for the actual time ad Please road your Act. The Nonpareil not responsible for moro than one nconect Insertion, Errors not tho 'ault of tho advertiser which clcaily ossen tho valuo of tho advcitlsomont should bo corroded on tho first day, ·when ono corrected Insertion will be mado without charge, nvory word In each advertisement must bo counted I n c l u d i n g Initial, naino and address. For example, John R. Doe, Chicago, III., Is flvo words, and must bo counted as part of tho advertisement. The Nonpareil re- servos right to reject all advertising which tt considers objectionable. Want Ads should bo ordered the pro, coding day when possible but will bo accepted th» day of publication up to 10 A, M. Telephone Your Want Ad Between 8:00 A. M. and 5 P. M, Aik for "Want Ad Taker" Everything For Rent 4A UNITED RENT-ALLS WE I511NT MOST ANYTHING From tree chain «aws to party equipment. Phono 3-8011 727 W. cJjeatn rfoti Ice6 ,I7, 201 Eighth Avonuo, died Friday. Services Satuulny, 2 P.M., ut tho Moyer Chanel, Capt. IjcRoy A. Gould, officiating, Burial Cedar liawn Comotory, Meyer Funeral homo In charge. Purchases Drug Store Special to Tho Nonpatoll ATLANTIC-Frnnk Tucker, Atlantic,' has purchased the Lyons Drug Store, at Jefferson, find will move there with his family April I. Tucker hns been employed at the Rex Pharmacy in Atlantic since his graduation three years ago from the University of Iowa, PorMa, died Sunday in a Council Bluffs hospital. Survivors Include: husband, Evan; five daughters, Mrs. Eileen Poore of Logan, Mrs. Rosalie Helm oC Persia, Mrs. Viola Fac Larson of Atlantic and DiJlores nnd LaVonne nt home; five grandchildren; father, Harvey Warner of. Omaha; two sisters, Mrs, Ethel Porter of Missouri Valley and Mrs. Clrtice O'Neill of Logan; and two brothers, Lloyd Warner of Logon and Donald Warner of Neola. Burial was in Harris Grove Cemetery. In Britain the fenders of an automobile are called wing* or mudguard). KSO President Dies MINNEAPOLIS /P-Kingslsy H. Murphy, 66, Minneapolis newspaper and radio executive, died at his home here Wednesday. He was president of Radio Station KSO in Des Molpes, la. County News Oakland The beginning of March has mcanl moving day to several lami-; lies in Oakland, Mr. and Mrs, Dole Doly moved into their new home which ,'ms just been completed, in East Oakland. Mr, and Mrs. Jamos Pendegratt and family will occupy the residence which they purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Doty. Mr. and Mrs. George Briggs and family moved into a residence on Palmer Street which the Brigges recently purchased from F. J. Eckels, The Briggses ir turn have sold their former homo to Mr. and Mrs. Jnmos Coneghey of Oakland. Mr, nnd Mrs. Calvin Harris of Oakland have moved into the home Ihey purchased from Joe Lees ot Oakland and which is located on Palmer Street in northeast Oakland, Mrs, Minnie Rodwell of Oakland lofl Wednesday to visit -relatives in California, She will visit her sisters, Mrs. Will Powell and Mrs, Mabel Fink of Palo Alto, Calif,, and will visit in tho home of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs, Paul Supanich at San Francisco, Macedonia George Shook is a patient In a Red Oak hospital where he underwent aurgery. Funeral Homci and Cemeterlei MEYER MORTUARY One ot the flneit Funeral Chapel* In the Sou (Invent AMBULANCE) SHRVICB City or County Ph. 6780 Mi Willow VVIDIi) iclocllon of used rnnprcs, }2!J nnd up, 1025 South Seventh or !D ·South Main. AUCTIONEER Phone C. L, HESTER 3-8SJJ RAWLINGS RENTAL Wo rent everything from WASIITOKS to TRAILTSHS 23051,4 W. Broadwav Phone 3-«J Radio T-V Sales £ Instruments 8 Earl's Electroiane EXTORT, PROMPT, GUARANTEED T. V, RRRVIC10. PHONJ3 3-7811. Radio-Television Service Hansen Radio Television 20D-211 K. Broivdwny Phone 95(8 TV-HADIO SERVICE. Phone 852], Tubes, parts, now nnd used TV'n, Ross 1013 W, B'dway, All malten. PROSPECT TELEVISION Immediate 'ncrrlce by an electrical engineer. Ph, S-4088 Pet Stock ·"·.fSA^Srf-xXxSV^ (3) BLUE PARAKURTS. (8) Tveok» old. ?7 ouch. Phone 2-2752. Business Service 10 C-A-R-P-E'N-T-R-Y Porch enclosures. Aluminum windows. Ko-modollnK. Blown-ln Insulation. Fi'tio ontlmiUcs, JOH C, T1IJNTOON, Contractor Ph. CR 3-0712 Omaha WA BOO 1 ) UOU13LM BEAUTY . . .· double protection ivllh Klusn toiw on furniture. Installed by axporti. Free Estimate 1 ) . GLASS SERVICE CO. COO So, Main Phono 3-3U2 WANTED -- Wells drilled .repaired --pumps. Wo KO anywheio. RASMURSF.N WELL DRILLING CO. Wo, Valley -- Th. 62,12 Co. Bluffs - Ph, 3-7461 Cutler Funeral Home Ambulance Service Calls Arisweicd Promptly Cltv or Country--Day or N i g h t Phono 7770 Co. B l u f f s 523 Willow Florists NOW Is tho time to have your eut- tor» and down spouts repaired before tho spring ralnu. Free estimates. Peterson Sheet Motal Work» Phono 3-5112, WILCOX FLORIST PH. 7719 28 PEARL ST. SHAW FLOWER SHOP FUNERAL FLOWERS Phono 7355 18 Pearl SI. Hecht Florist. Ph. 8382 Funeral Flowers Our Specialty Lost and Found LOST--Collie female, sable and white. Answers to namo of 'Dawn.' Hand- somo reward. Phono 3-2708. LOST--Brown anil while dop. Answers to tho name of FrecldcR--boy broken hearted 1'hone (i-4l8!i. LOST--Small fenmlo Fox Terrier, w h l l o With black spots and brown fauc, Phono OS 19, LOST -- Child's green snow pants on SluUnmn Stiect. Phone 3-8,193 Howard. 4. MO. old blown ft tan German Sluip- hord pup. Child's pet, Howard, vh. 9028. DO IT NOW! Gutters cleaned, pointed iiml repaired, reasonable. Free es llmntCH, Roblnxon Metal Phone 2-2129. Push Sheet I'LAriTKKINO Patch plastering. Archways, basement piasterinu and tomer.t work, Free estimates. Phone Kol) O'Hara, 3-0829. UULLDOUING nnd scoop work, with heavy equipment. Pearl Clark, 2402 South lltlh, Phone 2-2881. CESSPOOLS 2o Rtl. Sopllc tanks 5c pral. Phono' Council Bluffs 73H or Omnlm. Pleasant 2651. Boylos-Van Sent Business College Day Night "' ' Phono JA 1505 1820 Ilnrnoy TRY A NONPAREIL WANT AD PHONE 4061 DAY WAITRESS Short houri, 5 or C days per week, MAID-RITE TYPIST !i dav, 40 hr, wcolt. Starling salary $ 00 a m6, Under 30 yn. Apply In por-on. m So. 12lh. Omaha, HKTA1L SALKS-Co. DluffH 1300 GIRLS - CRKD1T - TYPING X-ltAY TKC11N1C1AN. Uirty Many TYPISTS fe STKNOS NJOfcDKD SKVKKATy Opiicral Office Johs opin. ,)LL1K KMI'LOY. SHRV. -- AT. 0848 o WA1THBSS - Part time. Butch Cnfe. Ph. TRY A NONPAREIL WANT'AD PHONE 4061 Help Winted Mite f^^^*^+r+r***r+^ftr**^f*fi, MECHANIC . , For the top products--OljJs- Cadillac. Excellent working conditions, top notch insurance, vacation and uniform programs. Top wages. To qualify, you must be sharp! See Joe Starr, Pioneer Motors YOUR OLDS-CADILLAC DEALER 125 W. Pierce Our Regular Auction Sale of All Kinds of Livestock SATURDAY, MARCH 7th Starting at 12:30 - . lOWA-NEBRASKA SALE YARDS Council Bluffs, Iowa Spocial-Horse and Pony Sale Wednesday March llth. We can ' use all kinds of horses and ponies for this sale Let us know early what you have. Also special Dairy Cow Sale Wednesday, March 18th. Farm Stocki and Supplle» 2» IIEAV1T Barbed Wire ............ »T.«B PRESSURK Crconotcd PosU, 1 2'A C10LO-TKX Ihsulatlon board, per MI. ft .· "3; PUB-CUT Sluds, 2xV,s, each .... o'O SPRKAD Sntln (rubber base) qlinrt '; ,".'* DA-TEX Oil bn»e^ wall P ft ' lll ', 3 J8 ROUGH fcncing'board' No! i i r ' r ;...... p 01 . 100 ...., J12.50 JJ-RESH Cement (per sack) 03c Johnson Cashway Lumber -- Paint -- Ilardwnrft 27lh and JVdway 1rh 'J'"l'l M Open 6 Davs a Week Till !i P. If. IN COUNCIL BUNTS FertilizeTM, ieedi mid feedi for CT«i7 KA ' ROT A. SCOP1BLD 10t)i Main . Ph. 1871 MR. FARMER -- SAVE!! Are you paying more than J30.(IO per ton for 0-20-0 Pn eloclT J64.80 por ton for 10-20-0 pelleted? 185.00 per ton for 8-32-0 pel fled? Let us show you how to do n boticr job caslo; IIBVO thai difference. YOUNKERMAN SEED CO. Phone «13 104 W. Bdway Co. Bluffs,. Iowa NOT1CW lo Farmers and Stockmen fiom now on we will have llvcitoclt for Pnhllc Kale al our barn every day. K wo don't have what you want, tell us uml we will get it, lowo-Nobr. Sole lords Phono 9MO or Cresconl 2451 I. II STOFFBRSON, OWN13U CESSPOOLS, scptlo "Free Inspection!. 3-8640 - 5-G437. tanki -denned. Geo, Kendall ROOFING, »ldlnfr, Insulatlnr. and car- nonterlnK work. Free ««tlmate», Phono 8180. ' LIGHT hauling, all kinds. Rubbish removed, Sundays Included, Phono M. M, PETERSON AUCTIONEER FOR FARM-LIVF.STOCK- Furnllure S»Jei · Ph, S-8471 - m 20th Ave.. Co. Bluffs PLASTERING A, Patch plastering. Arch wnys. Free estimates. Phone 4297. FOR SNOW RBMOV1NO. drlvewiiyt opened, coll Mogulrei, Phone H-87J9. LIGHT haulliiK -- truck -- reasonable rates, dependable Hcrvlco. Vh. ,1-Hli'IO CONSIGN VOUK livestock to the KNICKMAN LTVKSTOCK RALE CO. Sale every Friday. Lowed mile cast of Couth Omahn brldg*. on lilRlnvay 276, Phono 3707 or Residence 3-7943! 13ASRM10NT work, cement work, IlKhl laulinw of nil kinds. Phone 3-5505. Personals Don't Be Under Insured Have you checked your fire Insurance since you bought that Television set? L«t us help you In analyzing your coverage. All types Insurance. J. K. Ingraham Son Insurers-Heal tori Phone '3-5932 CNSSPOOL8 -- Septic tunlis pumped. Reasonable rates. Phono 3-JJ20. DUTCH nnd ED. Trco Service. Phone 3-9481--2-2997--8921, FIRST class carpenter desires work, Phone 8C26. Money to Loan 12 LOCAL LOAN CO. Loans $25 or More 18 South Main ,Phone 6584 Prices W'M GRIND CLIPPER BLADES Horse and cattle blades, «0c set, Shoop blades, 35c por set. litPludo return postage, · Breeders Supply Co. 101 So. Main. Council Kluffs Ph. 8-768* Micklin Lumber Co. 1020 NO. JSTH STRF.ET OMAHA, NKURAHlv'A time, rnonoy and work with a Bottled Oas Hot .Water Healer. THF; KOKLOAS COMPANY. Phone 2-2591. HAMPSHIRE sow to farrow In p'nc week or later. Phone McClollnml 2014 CASH for killer horses. Tony ton. 2511 FlrM Ave. 4572, Slock (SO) head Feeder pigs for Phone 3-7909 or 7022 sale. FOR sale -- Younir Guernsey cow , Ph. 91-5612 Farm Stocks USED TRACTOR TIRES ALL HUAN.DS-AU. SI7JSS. SOMTC FOUNDRY Njsrcns FLOOII MOT.DEII AND C0ni3 MAlfKR Boll) mum bo experienced journeymen, Good WORC». 40 hour week. U N I T E D BRASS FOUNDRY 44(11 K. I2nd !3l,, Omaha OF OUR KN-rmn STOCK jn.oo AVA1LAI3LF,, B. F. GOODRICH 325 W. JB'dway _ Ph. 3-7178 MERLE WITTHAUER AUCTIONEER PAIlM-UVJBStOCK SALES ll.F.b. Route 1 , Phong I-UIS Council Dluffii, I*. Collect fe 4 FIRST calf llolstcln »|rln«;er». J?h, 0010 Machinery and Tooli FARMERS! We do all IdnOs of well and plumhlnc work. Also machine trenching for wiuer lines. Authorized dealer foj Ucmpster Electric, p u m p s and plumbing supplies, All woik euar- ranteod, ·COUNCIL BLUFFS WELL AND PLUMBING L 722 Indian Creek Conduit Office phono 2-QOIO. NlKhlB 7041. FOR SALE ' bombard Chain Sawi Hudson Power Sprayert Lauson Outboard Motor« · Falrbanks-Morso Power Mowtra M and E Rotary Tllleri Boat Traliert 1 Car Trailers Sales and Servlc* All Slzen Avallabl* Neilsen Nursery Tree Co. 2807 South Ave. Phone 8-5t» F(Ht SAUC: Lumber, 'native ansl Coast. Circular raflcrs fiom 10' to BO 1 diameter. We tro' iiRenlB for the Stall Chain Saws, KIIS, electric, «nd pneumatic. W« have wvcial used saws In «-xcollPnt condition. ENSLE LUMJ3ER CO Criwont, Iowa SAVF, 20% to 80W,--10J« Brand New $00 Doxcra J38; J275 HY-Londers $149 $275 Discs JIS. 1 !: 1300 Mowora £199; $400 Scoops JI09; J625 Rakes *275. niLH MKRS 80lh Center hlw 1018 KB 8 S 1 sleeper cab. International scml-ti'nclor, 2 upecd aitel, rchullt 4fiO ' isnglne, good rubber, $1SOO. Phono 3-fiW. 1051 DEMPSTER Lister, 15 foot Om»- hn Ford disc. Phone 3-708B. ~20 TRACTOR and cultivator, In good condition. Phone SIM. WE NOW HAVE two openings for men of Character and ability In Our Radio-TV Dept. and Automotive Service Dept. Good salaries and good working conditions. Ballenger Auto Service 1 1 7 East Broadway Women For Telephone Contact Work Pleasant voice csitnlla], W* train you, Call-MR. WOOTEN 3-Bf62-aft«r 6 p.m., J-16U BODY FENDER MAN Expert to operate body * pulnt nhop. J'/xcollent worklnic condition*. Oood equipment. Opportunity ot llfttlm* for right party, RUBEN BROS. MOTOR CO. Cornln*, low* Machine Operators Good Hilary, pleasant, impounding), life, health and accident Insurance furnl«hed. Experience not required. APPLY P.O. BOX JBS Carrier Supervisor Wanted for Southwest Iowa Territory Excellent opportunity for th« rliht, m*n Salary and expn»«i, Car . n«CM««ry. Apply Circulation Manager, Konparelt Bii»lnf»« Offlc«. MILLS COUNTY RESIDENT EXCELLENT opportunity for MM living In Mills County. We have ui op«nmr\for man lo tell new mall niibicrlptlon* and handle renewals. Car necessary. Apply In pe»on lo Circulation Manager, Nonpareil Business Office. Fuller Brush Co. Territory In eastern 1'ottswattamle worlh (5,500 profit annually lo man 26-lu who can qualify. Work by «P- polniineni only. Phone Hr, Carter, 3-0184. M A H K I K D man for farm work. Llvt- stock experience, necessary, H6d*rn IIOMM, electricity, water. Top *·«*· for rlKht person. References, Wayland Hoptoy Fnrms, Atlantic, Iowa. Phone 851-J or 851-W. ' JANITOR Living quarters furnlnhed. Apply ln_per»»n" 202 D'dwav MEN W»nt«J-BMt Pierce Btr»yt MtA Manawa Oreenhoucet. J. F, Wllees * Son*.