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HASTINGS TRIBUNE
Monday, Oct. 27, 2014
Tobacco child labor under scrutiny
YOUTHS WHO WORK
IN FIELDS SUFFER
NICOTINE POISONING
SYMPTOMS
The Associated Press
FREDERIC J. FROMMER
The Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Two
years after the Obama administration backed off a rule that
would have banned children
from dangerous agriculture
jobs, public health advocates
and lawmakers are trying anew
to get kids off tobacco farms.
The new efforts were jumpstarted by a Human Rights
Watch report in May that said
nearly three-quarters of the
children interviewed by the
group reported vomiting, nausea and headaches while working on tobacco farms. Those
symptoms are consistent with
nicotine poisoning, often called
Green Tobacco Sickness, which
occurs when workers absorb
nicotine through their skin
while handling tobacco plants.
“I think that many members of Congress have been
shocked that children are suffering nicotine poisoning
from working in U.S. tobacco
fields,” said Jo Becker, Human
Rights Watch’s children’s
rights advocacy director. “In
response, they are pushing
tobacco companies to adopt
stronger child labor policies,
introducing legislation and
urging the Department of
Labor to take action.”
The approach includes legislation to ban kids under 18
from working on such farms,
pursuit of a narrower federal
rule than the one that was
scuttled and public pressure
on tobacco companies from
lawmakers and health groups.
There has been some movement within the industry. This
month, the Tobacco Growers
Association of North Carolina
said it “does not condone the
use of child labor” and said
tobacco growers and farm
labor contractors should not
employ workers under 16
years old.
Philip Morris International,
which limits the type of work
children can do on tobacco
farms, says it would like to see
ED REINKE/AP
In this July 10, 2008, file photo, farm workers make their way across a field shrouded in fog as they hoe weeds from a burley tobacco crop near Warsaw, Ky.
stronger U.S. regulations in
this area.
And the Labor Department
said in a statement that its
Occupational Safety and Health
Administration is working to
determine best practices to
reduce worker exposure to nicotine during tobacco harvests.
In 2011, the Labor
Department proposed preventing some children from working in dangerous farm jobs,
including cultivation, harvesting and curing of tobacco. The
department tried to pre-empt a
backlash from small farmers
by excluding from the rule
children who worked on their
parents’ farms.
Nevertheless, the proposal
became a political punching
bag for Republicans, who
called it an impractical, heavyhanded regulation that ignored
the reality of small farms.
In an election-year decision,
the Labor Department withdrew the proposed rule in
2012. In doing so, officials
appeared to close the door on
any action even after the presidential election: “To be clear,
this regulation will not be pursued for the duration of the
Obama administration,” the
Labor Department said in withdrawing the rule in April 2012.
But the release of the
Human Rights Watch report,
based on interviews with
more than 140 children working on tobacco farms in North
Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee
and Virginia, sparked new
interest in the issue.
Last month, 35 House
Democrats wrote to Labor
Secretary Thomas Perez, calling for a new rule focused solely on banning children from
working in the cultivation or
curing of tobacco. The department hasn’t yet responded to
the lawmakers’ letter.
Reid Maki, coordinator of
the Child Labor Coalition, a
Washington-based advocacy
group, called the prospect of
action by the Obama adminis-
tration a long shot, given the
Labor Department’s 2012
statement.
“When it comes to the health
and safety of children, the
administration should not
worry about promises it made in
the middle of an election, especially when that promise concerned a refusal to protect children from known safety hazards
in the workplace,” he said.
Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I.,
who signed the letter to
Perez, has sponsored a bill to
amend the Fair Labor
Standards Act of 1938 to ban
children under 18 from jobs
where they have direct contact with tobacco plants or
leaves. There’s no companion
bill in the Senate, but Sen.
Tom Harkin, D-Iowa, chairman of the Senate committee
on Health, Education, Labor
and Pensions, said in a statement that he’s working with
other lawmakers and the
administration to find common ground.
In June, Harkin and 16
other Democratic senators
urged several major tobacco
companies to prevent children under 18 from working
in direct contact with tobacco. Philip Morris
International responded that
it prevents children from
working in hazardous conditions, including those that
could involve physical contact with tobacco plants. The
company does allow children
to work with seedlings or in
barns sorting dried tobacco
leaves, but may prohibit
those activities depending on
specific circumstances.
Philip Morris International
spokesman Corey Henry said
in an email that the company
would “welcome strengthening of the U.S. regulatory
framework for child labor in
agriculture in line with international standards and the
standards we expect to be met
on all farms where we source
tobacco.”
Banker to discuss ag work in Afghanistan at HC
HASTINGS TRIBUNE
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A Lincoln banker who spent
more than two years working
as an agriculture adviser for
the U.S. Department of
Agriculture in eastern
Afghanistan will speak on the
Mexico beats
Canada in bid
to build Ford
Fiesta engines
experience Wednesday at
Hastings College.
Kevin Kock, an ag lender
with Great Western Bank, was
offered the USDA post in
November 2009 and served
until March 2012. He was stationed first in Kunar Province,
then later at Brigade
Headquarters at Jalalabad Air
Base in Nangarhar Province.
The presentation begins 7
p.m. in the Board Room of the
Daugherty Center, which is
located on the circle drive off
Turner Avenue.
Kock will speak to members
of the (Ag)vocates, a new
Hastings College organization
promoting awareness of ag
issues. The public is invited to
attend.
The (Ag) vocates kicked off
their work in September with a
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talk by Chuck Schroeder, executive director of the Rural
Futures Institute at the
University of Nebraska. Later,
Jo Bek of the Nebraska College
of Technical Agriculture in
Curtis spoke on low-stress cattle handling.
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DETROIT — Canada has
lost to Mexico in a bid to build
engines for Ford Motor Co.
Canada wanted 1.5-liter
and 1.6-liter engine production for the Ford Fiesta go to
Ford’s Windsor Engine or
Essex Engine plants, which
are both in Windsor, Ontario.
Unifor, the Canadian auto
workers’ union, said the deal
would have secured more
than 1,000 jobs.
But on Friday, Unifor and
the Canadian government said
they were unable to reach an
agreement with Ford on incentives for the new work.
Jake Enwright, a spokesman
for Canadian Industry Minister
James Moore, said Ford recently made an “unprecedented
request” but gave no details.
“After weeks of discussions
it was determined that the
terms laid out in Ford’s proposal were not in the best
interest of Canadian taxpayers,” Enwright said in an
emailed statement.
Ford wouldn’t comment on
the decision.
Unifor President Jerry Dias
expressed disappointment with
the Canadian government.
“The auto industries that
are flourishing around the
world are ones where there is
a deep commitment from
government and an understanding of the importance
and wisdom of investment —
which always pays dividends,”
Dias said.
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A very sincere thank you
to doctors Faris and
Hervert for my excellent
care while in the hospital.
Also thank you to all other
doctor's, specialist, nurses
and therapist during my
stay in the hospital.
Thank you also to my relatives, neighbors, friends
and co-workers for taking
care of my garden and
yard work, building a
ramp, and taking me to the
doctors and therapy.
Thank you also for all the
food, cards, and visits
while in the hospital and at
home. God bless you all!
Robert Borchers
2008 BUICK LaCrosse
CX: 29,500 miles.
$11,750. Excellent condition. 402-517-7874 Tuesday-Saturday
SPECIAL
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See our inventory at
thecarlothastings.com
Hajny's
AUTO SALES
'11 Chevy Impala, 4 door,
V6 full power, 46,000
miles, $8,950
'87 Chevy Corvette, automatic full power, removable top, 115,000 miles,
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402-462-2719
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FOR our SPECIAL ISSUE
election Nov 4th.
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Gene and Mary Kohtz
50th anniversary
October 31st
Family is requesting a card
shower. Please send
cards to:
2211 Boyce
Hastings NE 68901
Bramble's Auto Sales
Check our new website
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2-WHEEL DRIVE
PICKUPS
Hi-Line Motors, Kenesaw
402-752-3498
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See our selection of
FUEL ECONOMY cars at
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SINGLE OWNER: 2012
Ford Focus, 4 door sedan
SE. Red candy metallic
with low miles, 13,600.
Call 402-462-5272 evenings. $12,900
See our truck selection at
www.jacksonscarcorner.com
2008 NEWMAR Ventana:
350 Cummins diesel pusher, 4 slides, 28,000 miles.
$150,000, will consider
older vehicle as partial
trade. 402-460-1848
2012 CLIPPER 13K
Used MSRP $9,000
Cash Price $6,999
Hail damage
Units must go
Great Plains Chrysler Dodge
402-463-3104 • N. Hwy 281
www.greatplainsdodge.com
'13 Impala LTZ: Silver,
loaded, leather, sunroof,
28,xxx miles. Sale $17,775
Watch for our 30th
anniversary sale
220 West South Street
402-461-3161
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HASTINGS TRIBUNE
Monday, Oct. 27, 2014
B7
TRAVEL TRAILERS &
HEALTH
MOTOR HOMES
CARE
GENERAL
GENERAL
PART-TIME
CHOICES
COORDINATOR
Registered Nurse needed
to coordinate care for
older adults wanting to
remain independent in
their own home in Clay
and Nuckolls counties.
Full-time. Flexible hours
between 8-5 pm, Monday
through Friday.
For more information go
to Job Opportunities at:
www.midlandarea
agencyonaging.org
Phone: 402-463-4565
MAAA is an EOE.
FULL-TIME DINING
SERVICES HELP/COOK
at large historic senior
living community
Experienced preferred.
Must be flexible,
hardworking, teamoriented, friendly,
trustworthy and have
good customer service
skills. Starting wage
$10/hour. Applications
can be picked up at
The Kensington
233 N. Hastings Ave
Hastings, NE or filled out
online at
www.agemark.com
HELP WANTED, meat
processor. Full or parttime. Hard working, selfmotivated. Apply at The
Butcher Shop, Fairfield.
402-726-2250
LEVANDER'S BODY
SHOP in HASTINGS
Looking to fill a part-time
position. Duties include:
washing/cleaning cars,
checking in parts, and
misc. shop duties. Apply
at 208 E. J St. or call
402-461-3747.
2014 CLIPPER 14FL
MRSP $14,423
Cash Price $9,725
Hail damage
Units must go
OFFICE /
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
WOULD YOU like to deliver newspapers as an
independent contractor
under an agreement with
the Hastings Tribune?
Great chance to operate
your own business.
Motor routes available
immediately.
Carrier routes open in
Hastings, Sutton, and
Minden
Call 402-462-2131 today
to make an appointment,
then see how much you
can profit.
CUSTOMER SERVICE
is number one at the
Hastings Tribune and we
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
ADMINISTRATIVE &
PROFESSIONAL
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
and/or marketing, plus
proven sales experience
required. Complete job
description available at
www.shopglenwood.net
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]
glenwoodtelco.net
ACT MENTAL Health
Therapist
Full-time Mental Health
Therapist for the Assertive Community Treatment Team (ACT) with
office location in Hastings. Experienced LMHP
and LADC licensure is
preferred. Provisional licensure will be considered; minimum
PLMHP required. Candidate must also have experience with severe and
persistent mental illness
and co-occurring disorders. The team
provides services in the
communities of Hastings,
Grand Island, Kearney
and surrounding areas.
Staff work as part of a
multidisciplinary team.
The job requires travel
with rotating on call and
weekend coverage. Company vehicle provided at
work. Qualified bilingual
persons are encouraged
to apply. Closing date to
apply is October 31,
2014. If interested,
please apply online at
www.scbsne.com
EOE
HEALTH
CARE
HEALTHCARE WORKER
full time and part time
every other weekend, 11-7
shift. Champion Homes
402-463-6021
CLERICAL
First St. Paul’s
Lutheran Church
Part-time Secretary
24-32 hours/week.
Please apply at
501 N. Burlington Ave.
Hastings, NE
by Monday, October 27
Oakeson, Steiner &
Lindsteadt
a local wealth management and retirement planning firm, seeks a friendly
and energetic, Customer
Service Specialist. The
ideal candidate will display professionalism, a
willingness to learn, the
ability to work in a team
environment and a desire to move up within the
company. A base understanding of office technology is required and prior
financial services experience and/or a college degree is preferred. All resumes should be sent to
P.O Box 1046, Hastings,
NE 68902 by November
12. No phone calls or
walk-in inquires please.
TECHNICAL &
TRADE
2ND SHIFT
MAINTENANCE
TECHNICIAN:
Qualified candidates will
have 2 years of technical
training and 5+ years’ experience. Experience with
mechanics, pneumatics,
hydraulics and electrical
required. Duties include
diagnosing problems,
maintenance and repair
of production equipment
and general maintenance. This position requires being on call every
third weekend. Drug testing and reference checks
required. Competitive
wage and benefit package. Benefit package includes health, dental, life,
and disability insurance,
401(k), holiday, and vacation plan.
Please apply in person at
Standard Iron
4160 Gold Core Drive
Grand Island NE, or
online at
www.std-iron.com
Picture it sold, with the help
of our classified section.
TRUCKING
DRIVER WANTED: Local
grain hauling. CDL required. Home every night.
Call 402-461-9136
NOW HIRING OTR
drivers. Hopper bottoms,
home weekends. Call
Sean 308-455-7833
GENERAL
Head Start Child
and Family
Development
Program, Inc.
Bilingual Parent Liaison
Bilingual Parent Liaison
needed for the Hastings
Migrant Education Program. Responsible for
home visits and parent
outreach. Part-time position – 25 hours per week,
year round with 40 hours
per week in June and July, $13.40/hour, Paid
Time Off, 401K, and
training opportunities are
available. An Associate’s
degree in Early Childhood Education, Human
Services, or Allied Health
is preferred. Applicants
must have a high school
diploma or GED. Must be
fluently bi-lingual in Spanish and English.
Please call 402-462-4187
ext 149 or 1-800-7827850 for more information; pick up an application at 123 Marian Rd
Hastings or visit
www.hshn.org
Applications will be
accepted until 10-30-14.
EOE
JANITOR
Needed to clean large office building weekday
evenings. Experience
and references required.
Apply at T-L Irrigation Co,
151 E. Hwy 6 and AB
Road, Hastings, NE. Preemployment drug/alcohol
test required. EOE/AAE
PROJECT ASSISTANT
MS Office software expertise required. Hourly
rate with either 1099 subcontract or part-time
status. Very flexible.
Please inquire via
[email protected]
ferroneassociates.com
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.
ROYAL HAS multiple
openings for production
workers on 2nd and 3rd
shifts. No prior experience required; training is
available for all jobs. Positions include a great benefits package and employee ownership. Royal
offers a 10% differential
for all 2nd and 3rd shifts.
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
GRADE OPERATOR
Adams County Roads
Dept. is accepting applications for a full time operator/blade position in the
Holstein area. A Class B
CDL is required or must
be obtained within 90
days. A DMV records
check and pre-employement drug/physical assessment screening are
required. Pay rate is dependent upon qualifications. Adams County utilizes the E-Verify program. Applications and a
full time job description
may be obtained from the
Adams County Roads office, 415 N. Adams Central Ave, Juniata, Ne,
Monday-Friday, 7:30
a.m.-4:00 p.m. Deadline
for applications is
Monday, November 3rd
at noon. Adams County is
an Equal Opportunity
Employer
DRIVERS NEEDED: Must
be 25 or older. All shifts.
308-390-6972. Action Cab
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PART-TIME
www.royalcomposites.com
CLEANING: Residential/
Commercial cleaner.
Background checks. Call
Sandra 402-519-6279
SECURITY OFFICER
needed in the Hastings,
Ne area. Part-time and
Full-time positions available. Background checks
and drug screens required. Must be at least
18 years of age. Training
provided on site.
Please call
402-362-1111
for application.
Adams Central
Public Schools
Currently accepting applications for the following positions:
Food Service Personnel
Activity/Substitute Bus
Drivers
More information can be
found at www.adamscentral.us Interested individuals should contact
the district office for an
application and/or submit
a letter of application to:
Office of the
Superintendent
Adams Central
Public Schools
P.O. Box 1088
Hastings, NE 68902
402-463-3285
EOE
Closing date: Open until
filled.
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Your WHIRLPOOL and
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ROGER'S INC.
1035 S. Burlington
402-463-1345
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CERTIFIED NURSING
Assistant from 2-10 p.m.
every other weekend position is available at The
Heritage at College View
Assisted Living. If you
want a rewarding position enriching the lives of
our residents with compassion, respect and excellence, apply at 1100 N
6th Avenue-Hastings or
online at
www.heritagecommunities.com
EOE
LOOKING FOR a cook
every other weekend. We
are looking for a passionate candidate who enjoys providing the best for
our residents! This position will be responsible
for preparing and serving
food while using proper
food handling techniques.
In addition, light cleaning
duties are expected. Must
have excellent communication and customer
service skills. Please apply in person at The Heritage at College View Assisted Living located at
1100 N 6th Avenue-Hastings or online at
www.heritagecommunities.com
EOE
Part Time
Guest Advocate
Hours include nights
and weekends, on average 24 hours per week,
but may be up to 32
hours per week. We are
looking for a self-starter,
who can work independently and as a team
player. Computer and
organizational skills are
a must. Pay is $7.25 $9.00 per hour based
upon experience. To
learn more about this
position, call Josh at
402-462-6460, email
[email protected] or download
an application from website www.crossroadsmission.com. Position is
open until filled.
IM M E DIA TE
O P E N IN G !
Full-Time Ad Composition
Position Available Now
This Advertising Composition position is
responsible for composing advertising and
newspaper pages that will appear in the
Hastings Tribune. Successful candidate must
have excellent spelling and computer skills.
Excellent benefit package, Hours are 8-5,
Monday thru Friday. We are willing to train
the right person.
Please Send Resume to:
Attn: Director of Marketing
P.O. Box 788
Hastings, NE 68902
FOR RENT
FOR SALE
APARTMENTS
HOUSES
HOUSES
DOWNTOWN LOCATION:
1 bedroom efficiency for
rent. Call Diane 402-4694777
VERY NICE 1 bedroom.
No smoking/pets. Must
have references. Call 970590-1611
3-BEDROOM: $1,500/
month. Agent/owner. 402461-1785.
CHATEAU
IMPERIAL
Townhomes/Apartments
Call 402-463-4111
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.
EMBASSY SQUARE is
100 percent occupied.
402-462-4032
EFFICIENCY AND 1 bedroom upstairs: no pets/
smoking. 402-469-7046
COME IN AND
APPLY TODAY
Begin Fall in your new
apartment. 2 and 3 bedroom, 1 1/2 bath,
w a s h e r / d r y e r
hookups/basements for
storage, large eat in kitchen/appliances furnished,
central air and heat/off
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.
FOR RENT
SPORTS ITEMS DUPLEXES
RADIO TOWER. Excellent shape. Call 573-3530369
Download an application
online or visit us at:
Royal Engineered
Composites
1046 E. 9th Street
Minden, NE 68959
PART TIME custodian
needed at First St. Paul’s:
25+hours/week; snow removal; must be able to lift
50+ lbs. Evenings/weekends a must. Apply at
501 N. Burlington Ave.,
Hastings by Friday, October 31.
FOR RENT
APARTMENTS
Good Samaritan Society –
Hastings Village
Senior Living at its finest!
402-463-3181
www.good-sam.com
NICE 2 BEDROOM: Appliances. References. Agent.
402-461-6482
3 BR garden level. $625.
Deposit, good credit, off
street parking, coin washer/dryer, paid water, yard
and snow. 402-902-9694
FOR RENT
TOWNHOUSES
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.
OUTSIDE REMODEL
completed in summer.
Fresh paint, appliances. 3
bedroom, basement. No
pets/smoke. $585 1611 N.
St. Joseph 402-936-1583
BY OWNER: 1215 W. 4th.
2-bedroom, 1 bath, bonus
room, underground sprinklers. 402-460-0461
2-BEDROOM: 2210 W.
6th. No pets/smoking. 402763-7956, 402-253-4951
1-, 2-, 3-, 4-BEDROOM:
Rent to own. Air, garage.
$400-$850. 402-469-6635.
2 BEDROOM, well mainta i n e d , g a r a g e , a p p l i ances, 1522 Boyce,
$675/$675, references, no
pets/smoking. 402-5192099
FOR RENT
MOBILE HOMES
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
1-bedroom, 1-person
402-463-1958
BY OWNER: 2204 Indian
Acres Dr. 4-bedrooms, 3bath, 1 bed and bath non
conforming, in-ground
pool, corner lot. Call 402463-0880
Chris Esch
Town & Country
Realty
of Hastings, Inc.
402-984-2198
FOR RENT
OFFICE SPACE
INDIVIDUAL OFFICE
spaces; common reception area. $225-$350. Join
our new Hastings Small
Business Community.
Burlington Village.
208 S. Burlington
402-462-4032
APPROXIMATELY 1,650
sq ft of retail space, 718
East
side
Blvd,
$795/month, licensee
owned, 402-984-2198
OFFICE SPACE
Single office, double office,
up to 4 office suites available. Very nice. Conference and meeting room
available. 402-461-4100
LANDMARK CENTER
OFFICES FOR rent: Various sizes, first month free
with 1 year lease. 422 N.
Hastings Ave. 402-4624215 or 402-461-1770
FOR RENT
FOR SALE
FACTORY BUILT
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
New homes. Financing
available 402-463-1958
FOR SALE
MOBILE HOMES
2005: 3-BEDROOM. Will
finance. Bonnavilla Plaza
Call Diane 402-469-4777
FOR SALE
INVESTMENT
TOWNHOUSE: For sale;
2-3 bedroom, 2 car garage. Lochland $199,900$239,900 Agent owned.
402-461-1785
SALES
AUCTION
LOT
KINGSWOOD PLAZA
RV lots available.
Call 402-463-1958
RANDY RUHTER, Auctioneer and Broker, 2837
W. Hwy. 6, Hastings, NE,
402-463-8565.
FOR SALE
HOUSES
Korky Lightner Auction
Every Thursday Night
5:30 p.m.
219 S. Woodland Ave.
402-469-0703
Sudoku
FOR RENT
HOUSES
EQUAL
HOUSING
Opportunity
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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
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women and people securing custody of children under 18.
This newspaper will not
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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
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3 BEDROOM: 1 bath, detached garage, air, appliances. Fenced in backyard, interior remodeled
within the last year. No
pets/smoking. Credit/background check. $700/month
plus deposit. 2416 W. 6th.
402-705-1544
HAY / SEEDS
WE BUY damaged grain.
Grain vacuum. available.
316-640-3203
SERVICES
BACKHOE, TRENCHING,
waterlines, electric lines,
irrigation. 402-817-4279.
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
To place your want ad for the
Farmer's Corner call
402-462-2131
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AUTO GLASS
HANDYMAN
LAWN / GARDEN CARE
ROOFING
AUTO GLASS EXPERTS.
25 years combined experience in glass replcement.
Jeff Fitzke, Brent Vorderstrasse. 405 West J
Street. 402-463-0025
HANDYMAN: Roofing,
concrete, painting, home
repairs, snow removal.
Fully insured. 15 years experience. Reasonable.
462-2660, 460-6756
14 YEARS Experience
NeeMow Lawn Care. Fall
cleanup. Commercial, residential, insured. Ken
Neemeyer. 402-463-5720
CLOCK REPAIR
JUNK REMOVAL
VILLAGE TIME. Clocks
and watches cleaned, repaired. Authorized service
center. Will pick up and
deliver. 308-832-0671
JUNK HUNK. Junk removal service. Clean out garage, basement, attic, yard.
Free estimates; courteous
service. Call Scott at 402705-6263
Olsen Roofing
Incorporated
Tin Roofs
• Rubber roofing
• Tar Roofing
Free Estimates
57 Years Experience
Crews wanting to work as
soon as we know about it.
Sooner you call,
the sooner we get your
job done.
402-382-8201
800-365-8677
CONSTRUCTION
HYLDEN CONSTRUCTION. Gutters, siding, trim,
windows, doors. Call
Steve at 402-462-5439.
Samy De Leon Roofing &
Construction. Roofing, siding, painting, flooring, dry
wall remodeling, concrete.
Insured. 402-705-9406
Kulhanek Construction
• Roofing • Siding
• Seemless Gutters
Call 402-469-3875
Fully Insured
We buy: Scrap junk
vehicles. Pickup and haul
away. 402-462-9802
DEEP CLEANING and
junk haul away. Houses,
barns, storage units etc.
Free estimates 402-9029392. Call after 1:00p.m.
or leave message.
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cash for your Handyman
services? Advertise in “At
Your Service”. Call the
Tribune for details. (402)
462-2131.
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“New” Place To
Live?
There are some prime
rental possibilities in our
rental classifications 100113. Want to place your
rental ad there? Call our
Classified Department at
402-462-2131.
PAINTING
HONEY DO'S PAINTING.
Interior, exterior. 30 years
experience. Free estimates. Reasonable rates.
Tim Yurk, 402-705-0601.
BILL MORGAN PAINTING
28 years experience,
neat clean work,
interior/exterior
Local references,
free estimates.
402-469-2977
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TREE SERVICE
TRL TREE SERVICE
Trimming, removal, wood
chips. Local. Ted/Lana
Smith. Insured. Free estimates. 402-469-8427
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