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Agri/Business
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HASTINGS TRIBUNE
Monday, Oct. 20, 2014
Governor defends tobacco marketers
N.C. GOVERNOR TAKES
ON IRISH, FRENCH
OFFICIALS OVER
PACKAGING PROPOSAL
JONATHAN DREW
The Associated Press
RALEIGH, N.C. — In a
trans-Atlantic debate over cigarette packaging, North
Carolina’s governor poses a
rhetorical question to the Irish
and French governments:
Would Guinness be recognizable labeled simply as “beer?”
Or would champagne sell as
well in a bottle lacking its distinctive curves?
Gov. Pat McCrory has written letters to French and Irish
officials decrying proposals in
those countries to force manufacturers to package their cigarettes in plain containers.
McCrory argues farmers and
manufacturers in the top U.S.
tobacco-producing state would
be hurt by the proposals to
remove brand logos and colors
from cigarette boxes.
“Plain packaging laws are a
direct assault on intellectual
property and trademarks,” he
says in the Oct. 6 letter to
Gerard Araud, France’s ambassador to the U.S.
He wrote a similar letter to
Irish officials. In both letters,
he compares North Carolina’s
tobacco industry to Ireland
and France’s famed vineyards,
breweries and distilleries.
GERRY BROOME/AP
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory speaks to members of the media in Raleigh, N.C.
“Imagine if the United States
required Guinness to be
stripped of its universally recognized brand and be marketed
solely as ‘beer’ or Jameson to be
labeled simply as ‘whiskey’ and
Baileys as ‘liqueur,”’ he wrote in
the Sept. 10 letter to Ireland’s
ambassador to the U.S., Anne
Anderson.
He asks the French ambassador to contemplate seeing his
country’s famous wines packaged in “the same standard
container regardless of the
type of alcohol.”
“In France, containers play
an important role, as varietals
have different bottle shapes,”
he said.
The French bill requiring
neutral cigarette packs by
2016 is slated for debate in
French Parliament next year.
The government’s plan
includes a measure that
would force tobacco companies to sell packs of cigarettes
with the same shape, size,
color and typeset. The brand
will still be mentioned but
on a small place on the packaging.
“There is no future for
tobacco in France,” French
Health minister Marisol
Touraine said in an interview
published Wednesday in the
daily newspaper Le Parisien.
Touraine argued that making the packaging less attractive would help discourage
young people from starting
to smoke. Around 30 percent
of French people are smokers,
and the habit causes 73,000
deaths a year in France,
according to government statistics.
Ireland is considering a similar proposal to remove brand
logos and colors from cigarette
packaging.
Australia became the first
country in the world to mandate plain cigarette packs without brand logos or colors in a
law that went into effect in
2012. Instead, the packs are
solid brown and covered in
large graphic warnings.
Ralph Victory, a spokesman
for the Irish Embassy in
Washington, confirmed that
McCrory’s letter was received
and sent to officials in
Dublin. A spokesman for the
French Embassy in Washington said he could not comment on the letter.
Tobacco is big business in
North Carolina, where farmers
grew more than 380 million
pounds of tobacco in 2012 to
give the state top ranking,
according to statistics for the
U.S. Department of
Agriculture.
“Given agriculture’s importance to North Carolina, we felt
that it was necessary to research
the issue and reach out to officials in France and Ireland,”
McCrory spokesman Ryan
Tronovitch said in an email.
***
AP Writer Sylvie Corbet
in Paris contributed to this
report.
Obama announces plan to tighten card security
MARCY GORDON
AND JOSH LEDERMAN
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Saying
more must be done to stop
data breaches affecting consumers, President Barack
Obama announced on Friday a
government plan to tighten
security for the debit cards that
transmit federal benefits like
Social Security to millions of
Americans.
Cards issued by the federal
government will now have
an internal chip replacing
magnetic strips to reduce the
potential for fraud. Concern
is growing over the security
of Americans’ financial data,
with an estimated 100 million people having been
affected by breaches in the
past year, including at big
retailers like Target and
Home Depot.
In addition, the government will apply the security
chips and personal identification numbers, called PINS,
that replace signatures to all
existing and newly issued
government credit cards,
Obama said. Payment terminals at federal government
facilities will be equipped to
handle cards with the new
technology.
In remarks at the federal
Consumer Financial Protection
Bureau, Obama said that for
victims of fraud and identity
crimes, the experience is infuriating and heartbreaking. He
said the problem requires a
hands-on approach across the
government.
It’s imperative to ensure
“that the American people
have the basic safeguards that
they can count on,” Obama
said.
The White House says the
idea of the government program is to lead by example, to
nudge the broader financial
industry and retailers toward
more secure standards.
Obama noted that Home
Depot Inc., Target Corp.,
Walgreen Co. and Wal-Mart
Stores Inc. plan to install payment terminals in their stores
equipped to handle cards with
digital security chips and personal identification numbers,
called PINS, which replace signatures.
Obama also cited a plan by
American Express Co. to support small businesses that
upgrade their payment terminals with more secure standards, and a program by payments processor Visa Inc. to
inform consumers and merchants about the new technologies.
“There is a need to act and
to move our economy toward
stronger, more secure technologies that better secure
transactions and safeguard sensitive data,” the White House
said in a statement.
Obama’s executive order also
calls for the government to
take new measures to help victims of identity theft. The
Federal Trade Commission will
develop a new website for consumers to report identity theft
and remedy errors with credit
reporting.
And Obama called on
Congress to enact a single
national standard for retailers
to notify consumers of data
breaches, to replace a patchwork of state laws. Proposals
have languished in Congress.
In the wake of the massive
data breaches, banks and
retailers have sped the adop-
tion of digital chips for credit
and debit cards. They’ve set a
deadline of October 2015 for
wide use of chips in cards and
payment terminals.
The financial and retail
industries have been at odds
over solutions and adopting
new security technology. The
retailers have insisted that
banks must upgrade the technology for the credit and debit
cards they issue. Banks have
countered that retailers must
tighten their own security systems for processing card payments. They say it isn’t clear
whether the digital chips
would have prevented many
of the retail breaches.
Retailers want the chips, but
they also want each debit or
credit card transaction to
require a PIN. Experts say it’s
harder for criminals to steal
PINS than to forge signatures.
Similarly, digital chips are
considered more secure than
magnetic strips. The chips typically make data theft harder
and are common in other
countries.
The magnetic strips use the
same technology as cassette
tapes to store account information and are easy to copy. By
contrast, a digital chip generates a unique code each time
it’s used. Criminals can steal
and sell data from cards with
chips, but they can’t create
fraudulent cards.
“Protecting consumer data is
a shared responsibility, and
merchants must have the same
tough data-security standards
as financial institutions,”
Richard Hunt, president of the
Consumer Bankers
Association, said in a statement Friday. He said many
banks “are accelerating the
transition to chip technology,
which can only be effective if
merchants have the technology to accept the cards at the
point of sale.”
The National Retail
Federation’s president,
Matthew Shay, said the group
“continues to work with our
members and other stakeholders on practical and comprehensive solutions that are less
about process and more about
progress toward how we collaboratively prevent and combat this criminal activity.”
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The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Federal
Reserve Chair Janet Yellen
sounded an alarm Friday about
widening economic inequality
in the United States, suggesting
that America’s longstanding
identity as a land of opportunity was at stake.
The growing gap between
the rich and everyone else narrowed slightly during the Great
Recession but has since accelerated, Yellen said in a speech at
a conference in Boston on economic opportunity. And robust
stock market returns during the
recovery helped the wealthy
outpace middle-class America
in wages, employment and
home prices.
“The extent and continuing
increase in inequality in the
United States greatly concerns
me,” Yellen said. “By some estimates, income and wealth
inequality are near their highest
levels in the past hundred years.”
Yellen’s extensive comments
on economic inequality
marked an unusual public
departure for a Fed chair. Her
predecessors as head of the U.S.
central bank tended to focus
exclusively on the core Fed
issues of interest rates, inflation
and unemployment. Indeed,
the Fed’s mandate doesn’t
explicitly include issues like
income or wealth disparities.
But since taking over from
Ben Bernanke in February,
Yellen has made clear she is
deeply concerned about the
financial challenges that ordinary workers and families face.
Throughout this year, she
has stressed the need for the
Fed to keep rates low to boost
economic expansion and hiring. She has said that the
unemployment rate, now at
5.9 percent, doesn’t fully reflect
the health of the job market:
Yellen has expressed concern,
for example, about stagnant
incomes, the number of parttime workers who want fulltime jobs and the many people
who have given up their job
searches and are no longer
counted as unemployed.
Markets
Monday’s 11 a.m.
local markets
Corn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.02
Soybeans . . . . . . . . . . .8.63
Milo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3.09
Wheat . . . . . . . . . . . . .5.55
Stocks of local interest
The following stocks of local interest were
traded today:
Last
Chg.
Berkshire Hathaway A
205,201 -303.55
Berkshire Hathaway B
136.87
-.22
ConAgra
34.17
+.52
Eaton Corp.
60.74
-.70
Ingersoll Rand
56.51
+.03
Level 3
40.84
-.39
McDonald’s
91.16
+.12
PepsiCo
93.44
+1.93
Tricon Global Restaurants 68.98
+.61
Union Pacific
105.84
-.56
Wells Fargo
48.99
+.30
Williams Cos.
52.54
+.44
75.01
+.91
Wal-Mart
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have part-time openings
in our Circulation Department for the right people.
We're hunting for candidates who do what it takes
to make our readers
happy. Must have valid
drivers license and willing to work Saturday
mornings. Apply in person at our customer service center, on the
corner of 2nd and Burlington, or mail resume to
Jim Headley
Director of Customer
Relations, P.O. Box 788
Hastings, NE 68902
Sudoku
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TECHNICAL &
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Telecommunications
Account Executive
Hastings area technology company seeking a
high energy, aggressive
sales professional to sell
a full-line of telecommunication products and
services throughout central Nebraska. This is a
direct business sales position in a fast-paced environment, responsible
for account growth and
lead generation through
daily prospecting and
community involvement.
Strong presentation,
verbal, written and listening communication skills
are a must. Associates
degree in business
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required. Complete job
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Competitive base salary
combined w/commission
and an outstanding benefit package provided.
Send resume and cover
letter to:
Human Resources
PO Box 97
Blue Hill, NE 68930 or
email [email protected]
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414 N. Wilson
402-756-2080
Contact Arati or Sherrill
HEALTHCARE WORKER
full time and part time
every other weekend, 11-7
shift. Champion Homes
402-463-6021
OFFICE /
CLERICAL
ESTABLISHED LAW
firm seeks Legal Assistant/Paralegal for successful regional office.
Legal experience preferred; salary is negotiable; paid vacation and
holidays, paid time off for
sick leave; 401(k) plan
with employer contribution; office hours are 8:00
a.m to 5:30 p.m. Please
send resume and cover
letter via email or mail to:
Douglas Pauley
P. O. Box 315
Hastings, NE 68901
[email protected]
United States
Department of
Agriculture
Agricultural Research
Service
Secretary
($31,628 - $45,828)
The US Meat Animal Research Center located in
Clay Center, NE is seeking a permanent, fulltime, Secretary. The incumbent supports on-going agricultural based research by providing administrative assistance to
the administrators, scientists, and technicians at
the US Meat Animal Research Center. Responsibilities include: assisting
in the management of a
comprehensive grant program, assisting administrators in the management of the personnel
function, using office
automation software and
equipment to prepare a
variety of written work
products which includes
formatting, editing, and
preparing final copies for
distribution, establishing
and maintaining office
files and records, handling incoming calls, visitors, postal mail, and
faxes, arranging airline,
hotel, and rental car reservations and preparing
required travel documents. To apply, print a
copy of the vacancy announcement located at
http://www.usajobs.com
(search: DEU-141216578-TW), and follow
the application directions.
To have a printed copy
mailed or to discuss the
job further, call 402-7624141.
USDA/ARS is an equal
opportunity employer and
provider.
RESTAURANT
BARREL BAR has opening for part time evening
and day bartender. Best
time to apply is 4:30 p.m.
1200 E. South St.
402-463-9158
TRADE
GENERAL
WELDER/FABRICATOR:
Must know Mig Tig and
stick welding and have
experience fabricating.
Must have valid driver's license, speak English,
and able to read a tape
measure. Must have positive attitude and be reliable. Salary DOE.
Apply in person at
4940 E. J Street
Hastings
HASTINGS POST
OFFICE
accepting applications for
PSE Custodian. Hourly
rate is $11.76/hour
Closing: October 22.
Apply www.usps.com/
employment
HASTINGS UTILITIES
Whelan Energy Center
Plant Electrician’s
Assistant
Performs maintenance
repairing, maintaining
and installing electrical
equipment required to operate a steam generating
power plant and ensures
proper operation of power
plant operating systems
and equipment. Requires
valid driver’s license and
HS diploma or equivalent
plus two years experience supporting maintenance operations on industrial electrical equipment or in a steam generation facility. Post highschool course-work in an
electrical related field is
preferred but not required. Residency within
6 miles of city limits within 6 months of employment required. 40
hours/week, 8-4:30;
$22.02/hour minimum.
Application testing Oct.
20 thru 24 in
City of Hastings
Human Resources
220 N Hastings
Hastings, NE
Test may be started any
time between 8 and
10:30 a.m. or 1 and 3:30
p.m. Application available in person or online
at www.cityofhastings.org
Contact Kim Still at
402-461-2313 or
[email protected]
with questions. EOE
TOOL AND DIE company expanding operations. Immediate openings available. Must be
able to modify molds,
build a variety of new
plastic injection molds,
set up and operate CNC
equipment and other related mold shop tooling
tasks. The positions offer
benefits and 401K. Send
a resume to: FuTek Tooling Attn Jeff Damratowski; P.O. Box 188
Alda NE 68810 or email it
to [email protected]
AGRICULTURE
HEAVY EQUIPMENT
OPERATOR and
MAINTENANCE
person needed for feedlot/farm. Experience necessary. 401K and Group
Health.
R Lazy K, Glenvil, NE.
Call 402-771-2394,
7 a.m.-5 p.m.
TRUCKING
GOTTSCH TRANSPORT
is currently looking for
motivated, dependable
and disciplined full-time
night drivers. Local hauls
Benefits. If interested
contact Orville at:
402-469-4150
Co ntra c tu a l D entis t/Lic ens ed
Youth Rehabilitation & Treatm entCenterin
Geneva is seeking a D entist to provide
services to Nebraska youth in helping
them live better lives.This contractw ould
be for tw o days a m onth at Y RTC-G.
Round trip m ileage w ill be reim bursed.
Interested candidates please contact
S andi at 402-759-3164 ext. 234 or
[email protected] nebraska.gov.
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18 years of age. Training
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AUTO GLASS EXPERTS.
25 years combined experience in glass replcement.
Jeff Fitzke, Brent Vorderstrasse. 405 West J
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Samy De Leon Roofing &
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wall remodeling, concrete.
Insured. 402-705-9406
JUNK HUNK. Junk removal service. Clean out garage, basement, attic, yard.
Free estimates; courteous
service. Call Scott at 402705-6263
DEEP CLEANING and
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Free estimates 402-9029392. Call after 1:00p.m.
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28 years experience,
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Local references,
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Tim Yurk, 402-705-0601.
WE BUY damaged grain.
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316-640-3203
FANCY GREEN: 4, small
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of Hastings. 402-984-5690
CONSTRUCTION
HANDYMAN
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doors, roofing, trim trees.
10 years experience. Low
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402-902-9255
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462-2660, 460-6756
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14 YEARS Experience
NeeMow Lawn Care. Fall
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HASTINGS CAREGIVERS needed. Assist
seniors with housekeeping and errands. Days,
evenings or weekends,
you choose schedule.
$8.50 plus bonus. Shift differential available
Caretech 800-991-7006
CLEANING: Residential/
Commercial cleaner.
Background checks. Call
Sandra 402-519-6279
PEPSI-COLA of Hastings has an opening in
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EILEEN'S COOKIES has
a full time decorating position available. Applicant
must be artistically inclined. Apply in person at
730 W. 2nd, Hastings.
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Gun show October
25 and 26
Fonner Park Concourse
Grand Island, NE
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street parking/lawn care
provided, onsite management/maintenance. See us
for application at 945 W. H
St Hastings Ne. Or call us
at 402-463-5953. Affordable housing/utilities. Sorry no pets.
VERY NICE 1 bedroom.
No smoking/pets. Must
have references. Call 970590-1611
EMBASSY SQUARE is
100 percent occupied.
402-462-4032
IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!
2 and 3 bedroom unfurnished apartments. If you
are 18 years or older you
may qualify for rent and
utility assistance. Sorry no
pets. Call 402-463-5953
for more details.
3-BEDROOM, 2-bath,
most utilities paid. $550
402-460-9626
2-BEDROOM: Washer/
dryer, appliances.
$420/month + deposit,
$100 deposit for utilities,
60% utilities, no smoking/
pets Call 402-463-9479
CHILD CARE
EXPERIENCED CHILD
ca r e p r o vi d e r sta r ti n g
home day care in
Kenesaw. Infant to school
age. Call 402-752-3736
IN HOME licensed daycare has opening for 12
months and up. 785-8190760
Your WHIRLPOOL and
TOSHIBA Dealer
ROGER'S INC.
1035 S. Burlington
402-463-1345
SERVICES
Pasture Tree Cutters:
Cutting of Cedar trees and
trees of all kinds out of
pastures, fence lines, shelter belts, river banks. Call
for information 402-4606076
BACKHOE, TRENCHING,
waterlines, electric lines,
irrigation. 402-817-4279.
To place your want ad for the
Farmer's Corner call
402-462-2131
Go Car Shopping in the Classifieds!
Check us out for all your car buying needs today.
Call 402-462-2131 to subscribe!
2 AND 3 BEDROOM
TOWN HOUSES
Apply now and start fall off
in a new home. We offer
onsite management/maintenance, rental/utility assistance, appliances furnished, washer/dryer
hookups. Off street parking/basements, Pick up
your application at 945 W.
H Hastings NE. Or call us
at 402-463-5953
Sorry no pets.
FOR RENT
HOUSES
CLEAN 4 bedroom: 2
bath, appliances. 1120 W.
6th. References. Call
agent 402-461-8848
3-BEDROOM: $1,500/
month. Agent/owner. 402461-1785.
1-, 2-, 3-, 4-BEDROOM:
Rent to own. Air, garage.
$400-$850. 402-469-6635.
2 - B E D R O O M :
$485/months + deposit.
References 402-461-0892,
402-461-9048
REMODELED 2-bedroom: 522 E. 5th. No
s m o k i n g / p e t s .
$750/month. 402-2534951, 402-763-7956
FOR RENT
MOBILE HOMES
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
1-bedroom, 1-person
402-463-1958
FOR RENT
OFFICE SPACE
APPROXIMATELY 1,650
sq ft of retail space, 718
East
side
Blvd,
$795/month, licensee
owned, 402-984-2198
OFFICES FOR rent: Various sizes, first month free
with 1 year lease. 422 N.
Hastings Ave. 402-4624215 or 402-461-1770
OFFICE SPACE
Single office, double office,
up to 4 office suites available. Very nice. Conference and meeting room
available. 402-461-4100
LANDMARK CENTER
INDIVIDUAL OFFICE
spaces; common reception area. $225-$350. Join
our new Hastings Small
Business Community.
Burlington Village.
208 S. Burlington
402-462-4032
FOR RENT
LOT
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
RV lots available.
Call 402-463-1958
FOR SALE
HOUSES
Melissa Story
Town & Country
Realty
of Hastings, Inc.
402-469-5244
Good Samaritan Society –
Hastings Village
Senior Living at its finest!
402-463-3181
www.good-sam.com
The Hastings
Family YMCA
has part time openings
for night janitors. Shifts
begin weekdays at 10
p.m., weekend shifts at 8
p.m. Please contact
Laura Ahlman 402-4633139 or apply at either
YMCA location.
APPLIANCES
PAINTING
HAVE LIVESTOCK, farm
equipment, or farm land for
sale? Call 402-462-2131 to
advertise your specialty.
Harvard House
Assisted Living
Full-time housekeeper for
17-unit assisted living.
Some meal service and
occasional activity helper
included in duties.
Contact Ruth at
402-772-7591.
FOR SALE
JUNK REMOVAL
CLOCK REPAIR
DRIVERS NEEDED: Must
be 25 or older. All shifts.
308-390-6474. Action Cab
78" COUCH: Dark Sage.
Good condition. $150.
Hastings. 918-906-7017
Call
CONSTRUCTION
VILLAGE TIME. Clocks
and watches cleaned, repaired. Authorized service
center. Will pick up and
deliver. 308-832-0671
Immediate opening for a
full time Program Director. This person is responsible for meeting
with homeless individuals and families providing Christ-centered
counsel, Case Management, ensuring program
requirements are being
met and Referring to
area agencies and organizations. Case Management Experience a
plus. To apply download an employment application at www.crossroadsmission.com, complete application and
then email completed
application
to
[email protected] This position
is open until filled.
FURNISHINGS
AUTO GLASS
HYLDEN CONSTRUCTION. Gutters, siding, trim,
windows, doors. Call
Steve at 402-462-5439.
PROGRAM DIRECTOR
FOR RENT
SPORTS ITEMS TOWNHOUSES
TOOLS / SHOP
FOR SALE
49.00
$
FOR SALE
EQUAL
HOUSING
Opportunity
All real estate advertising
in the Fair Housing Act
makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin,
or an intention, to make
any such preference, limitation or discrimination.”
Familial status includes
children under the age of
18 living with parents or
legal custodians; pregnant
women and people securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any advertising for real estate
which is in violation of the
law. Our readers are
hereby informed that all
dwellings advertised in this
newspaper are available
on an equal opportunity
basis. To complain of discrimination, call HUD tollfree at 1 (800) 669-9777.
The toll-free telephone
number for the hearing impaired is 1 (800) 9279275.
CHATEAU
IMPERIAL
Townhomes/Apartments
Call 402-463-4111
FOR RENT
BY OWNER: 1215 W. 4th.
2-bedroom, 1 bath, bonus
room, underground sprinklers. 402-460-0461
BY OWNER: 2204 Indian
Acres Dr. 4-bedrooms, 3bath, 1 bed and bath non
conforming, in-ground
pool, corner lot. Call 402463-0880
TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED
The place to look for help
wanted ads. Open 8:00 to
7:00 Mon.-Fri. and 8:00 to
12:00 Sat. Call and place
your ad, 402-462-2131.
FOR SALE
FACTORY BUILT
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
New homes. Financing
available 402-463-1958
FOR SALE
INVESTMENT
TOWNHOUSE: For sale;
2-3 bedroom, 2 car garage. Lochland $199,900$239,900 Agent owned.
402-461-1785
SALES
AUCTION
RANDY RUHTER, Auctioneer and Broker, 2837
W. Hwy. 6, Hastings, NE,
402-463-8565.
DUPLEXES
3 BR garden level. $625.
Deposit, good credit, off
street parking, coin washer/dryer, paid water, yard
and snow. 402-902-9694
Korky Lightner Auction
Every Thursday Night
5:30 p.m.
219 S. Woodland Ave.
402-469-0703