Asst. Fire Chief Leo Fleming and Fire Chief Norman Elgan search for clues among burned debris from a house at 1902 Seventh Avenue Saturday in which burned to death. The man was identified as Roy Stutleberg, 39.
A hundred or more young people could be seen waiting to get through this front door at the Joker Lounger. The entrance, where the fire apparently started about 5:20 a.m. Friday was gutted before firemen could make their way inside the structure.
Sifting through the smoking remains of the office area of Warren Feed and Grain Co. are three Council Bluffs firefighters. The one story building was almost totally consumed by the blazing inferno in about an hour although thousands of gallons of…
Council Bluffs firefighters spent hours in Omaha assisting with a four-alarm fire. Capt. Donald Barritt and his crew manned the snorkel unit which poured water in the front of the Karbach building at Fourteenth and Douglas.
Manning an aerial ladder are Council Bluffs firemen, monitoring the progress of the intense fire at the elevator. Firemen from the Bluffs were joined by unites of the Omaha Fire Department in controlling the blaze, which started about 8:30 p.m.