The Hays Daily News from Hays, Kansas on December 24, 1976 · Page 9
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HAYS DAILY NEWS PA(!K !) December 24, 1978 Money Changes Jeffs Mind By MILTON RICHMAN UPI Sports Editor NEW YORK (UPI)-If Jeff Burroughs wasn't in baseball, you might see him in the magazine ads, the ones showing you some rugged, outdoor heman type fly- casting in a mountain stream or taking time out from rounding up cattle to light up a cigarette. Jeff Burroughs is a fine young man, clean-cut, well- intentioned and sufficiently talented so that he received $88,000 for signing with the Washington Senators seven may you share the wondrous tidings of this Holy Season. > Merry Christmas and sincerest thanks. ROTH ELECTRONICS 700 E. 8th Hays years ago and considerably more than that for playing right field this year for the Texas Rangers. The big, 25-year-old Long Beach, Calif., long-bailer has one big drawback. He sometimes gets a little foggy, rather confused. He'll get his meal money, begin talking to someone, lay the money down on a table, and then walk away absentmindedly. .Or he'll put his paycheck in his suitcase and forget all about it, which he has done; Maybe Jeff Burroughs does things like this because he has so much on his mind and he's too preoccupied. Whatever the reason, he couldn't figure out that six-player deal of two weeks back where the Rangers wrapped him up in a nice fancy ribbon and sent him to the Atlanta Braves for Ken Henderson, Carl Morton, Roger Moret, Dave May and Adrian Devine plus $250,000 in cash. ' Burroughs announced it wasn't a deal at all because there was a no-trade clause in his contract. "The deal's off," he said. For some reason, he was convinced he had the final word to decide whether a trade stood or not. Why does he think Charlie Finley has Bowie Kuhn in Federal Court in Chicago now? Finley says even the commissioner of baseball has no right to knock out a deal. If Burroughs, not even a 10-and-5 man,.chose not to report to Atlanta, that was one thing, but calling off the whole deal was something entirely out of his hands. He got a little confused there. Then there was the matter of his contract with the Rangers. More confusion, all on Burroughs' part. He explained the reason he didn't really have to go to Atlanta was because of that notrade clause in his contract. GIRLS AND BOYS YOUR OWN MONEY! YOUR OWN BUSINESS! PRIZES TOO! The Hays Daily News is looking for bright enterprising, young people »o carry the newspaper. If you are 10 years or older and fit these requirements, clip this ad and send It In right away. Hurry! Name City... I Want To Carry The Hays Daily News \ddress i Phone Number •••«••••••••••••• ............. Age •••• L/OU KNOW, I > MM HAVE BEEN UJRON6 ABOUT THOSE CHRIST/MAS 5TOCKIN65.. IF 4W WANT TO HANGUP A CHRI5TMA5 5TOCKIN6, LITTLE F(?IENP, I THINK HU/ SHOULD. 1 »—\ HANSUPASMArWASW WANT ,'MEflW CHRISTMAS.'/ .BEETLE BAILEY && ANYONE 70 SLEEP ANP EAT ICE C*eAAi\ AT TME 5AME TIME? MX BAY/ I P0 WdAT I WANT INSTEAD OF- WHAT ELSE PAY OFF AMP I'M 6ONNA PC WHAT X WANT A 'LIL ABNER NANCY / EVERYBODY SEEMS TO BE ON STRIKE LATELY rv-< ON STRIKE NO DELIVERIES THIS YEAR BLONDIE 1 BOY.' THEY SURE SHOW A UOT OF OLD MOVIES ON TV/ J EVERYTHING IS NOSTALGIA-OLD MOVIES, OLD FURNITURE, OLD HOUSES WHY OOESNT ^ SOMEBODY COME UP WITH SOME NEW NOSTALGIA? I'M TIRED OF ALL THIS OLD NOSTALGIA/ JOE PALOOKA .YOU ANP THAT ) MOOSE HAVE PRTINK /MOKE THAN ANY TEN MEN/.. MOOSE GOES;.. ..THEN YOU WEEL GET SHORT PATIONS, THE REST OF THE WINTER.', There is no such clause in Burroughs' contract, While all this back-and-forth was going on, Ted Turner, the Braves' one-of-a-kind owner, was getting a bit overheated himself. If Burroughs was so dead set against coming to Atlanta, let him go fly-casting or roifnding up cattle somewhere. Turner didn't want him any more and Texas could keep him. I can't blame the Braves' owner for that. He grew even hotter when he discovered Burroughs and Rangers' owner Brad Corbett had hopped over to Las Vegas in a jet last Tuesday night before Burroughs was scheduled to show up in Atlanta for a Wednesday press conference, which he never did. Burroughs had a great year for the Rangers in 1974 when he ran away with the American League's MVP award after finishing with 118 runs batted in, 25 homers and a .301 batting average. But he nose-dived to .226 in 1975 and this past year he suddenly become a defensive hitter. The Rangers felt Burroughs •was spinning his wheels in Arlington Stadium, where the wind whipping in from left field unquestionably cut down on his home-run production. Burroughs never professed any unusual passion for playing in Arlington but now, after being traded to the' Braves, suddenly he fell head over heels in love with Te 9nnagain. He didn't want to leave for money. Ah, money. ' Burroughs bridled when it was suggested in print that was what he essentially was after in kicking up such a fuss over going to Atlanta. "Whoever would report something like that really has no idea what they're doing," said the outfielder. "I did not arrange this trade thing. I'm the innocent party. People write things that are completely erroneous." Oh, sure. All I know is it certainly didn't take Burroughs' lawyer long at all to get into the picture. And I'm sure all he talked to Ted Turner about was the weather in Atlanta. Apparently everything is okay now. Burroughs is coming to Atlanta the first week, in January. What do you imagine was responsible for such an overnight miracle? Money? Now why would you ever say a thing like that? [Sports Facts - MIA Standings United Press International' Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W I. Pet. (ill 17 12 .586 — 16 13 .552 I 15,H -517 2 12 19 .387 (> 12 19 .387 B Division w i. Pet. cm 19 10 .055 — 17 10 ,G3U 1 17 16 .515 4 1C Hi .500 •)'; 12 16 .429 0' 2 12 22 .353 9' 2 By Philadelphia Boston NY Knicks Buffalo NY Nets Central Cleveland Houston New Orleans San Antonio Washington Atlanta Western t'onference Denver • Detroit Indiana Kansas Chicago Milwaukee Pacific City Midwest Division W I. Pet. 21 9 .700 19 13 .594 15 18 .455 14 18 .438 10 16 .385 7 25 .219 Division W 1. Pet. Portland 21 9 .700 I.os Anseles 19 12 .613 Golden Slate is 14 .517 Seattle 15 17 .469 Phoenix 12 15 .444 Thursday's Itesults San Antonio 118 Wash. 116 Chicago 101 Atlanta US Indiana 06 NY Nets 94 Milwaukee 112 Golden St. I Denver 123 Seattle 95 Phoenix 107 Buffalo 92 Saturday's (lames Chicago' at Kan Cily, aft. Detroit at Buffalo Philadelphia at NV Knicks Cleveland at Washington Los Angeles at Phoenix Seattle at Portland 7 7's Happy Birthday Penn State coach Joe Paterno (left) and Notre Dame coach Dan Devine cut a birthday cake following a joint press conference. Paterno turned 50 on Tuesday while Devine celebrated his 52nd birthday Wednesday. They are opposing coaches In the Gator Bowl football game Monday night. (UPI Photo) Widow Of Athlete Indicted In Slaying CAMDEN, N.J. (UPI) Roxanne Gay, widow of Philadelphia Eagles' defensive lineman Blenda Gay, has been indicted on charges of stabbing her husband to death in their apartment Monday. A Camden County grand jury handed up the first- degree murder indictment* Thursday charging Mrs. Gay, 26, with stabbing her husband in the neck with an eight-inch kitchen knife while, their 3- year-old daughter, Fonda, slept in another room. Mrs. Gay was arrested at the Gays' luxury garden apartment in Blackwood after Gay telephoned for help, saying he had been stabbed in the neck. She has been held in lieu of $100,000 bail since her arrest on murder charges. Camden County Prosecutor Thomas J. Shusted said the couple had a history of quarreling. Mrs. Gay's defense lawyer said at her arraignment that Gay had beaten his wife and a Gloucester Township official said Mrs. Gay had once filed assault charges against her husband. The victim was a three-year veteran of the National Football League.and joined the Eagles in 1975 after saints with the New York Jets, San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders. On Wednesday, Superior Court Judge Peter J. Devine ruled lhat Gay should have a nondenominational funeral service and be buried in New Jersey. Devine turned down a request from Gay's parents to, hold a Protestant service and Quarterback To Undergo Surgery ^ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (UPI) — Buffalo Bills .quarterback Gary Marangi will undergo surgery next month for relief of "an impingement" — or pinch — in his right shoulder. A Bills spokesman said Thursday the condition first became apparent late in the 1976 season. JOHNNIES RADIATOR & AUTO REPAIR 1706 Vine * 628-1622 bury him in Greenville, S.C., his hometown. Gay's 'widow also sought permission to have a Catholic service and have her husband buried in New Jersey. LEGAl NOTICES Published In the Hays Dnlly News, December 114,1978 OPKICIAI. NOTICK TO WHOM IT MAY CONCHKN AND TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED: NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Hint on January 17, 1U70. the Hays-Ellis County Planning Commission, in Cily Hall, ICth mid Main Streets, Hays, Kansas, at 7:30 p.m., will consider the following: CASE NO. 7(>-2IIX, Zone change from "11-4" Multiple- Family Dwelling District, lo "C-2" General Commercial District.. Lots 0, II, and 10, lllock 1, II.P. Wilson Addition " More generally located nt the 100 Block of West Oth Street. As provided In the Zoning Resolution o( the County of Ellis and the City of Hays, the above application will be discussed and considered by the Planning Commission, and all persons Interested in said matter will lie heard at this time concerning their views and wishes; and any protest against any of Ihe provisions of the proposed changes to the Zoning Resolution will be considered by the Commission. CERTIFIED, this 20th day of December, 1970. Robert Binder, Chairman Hays-Ellis County Planning Commission t Kansas State Defeated MINNEAPOLIS (UPI) Sixteenth-ranked Minnesota, squandered an 11-point halftime lead, but used a Ray Williams layup in the final ininuto to edge Kansas State 02-00 in a non-conference basketball game Thursday night. The smaller Wildcats, behind (he outside shooting of Curlis Redding and Mike Evans, gradually chipped away at the Gopher lend until they tied the game at 60-all on a short jumper by Larry Dassie with four minutes to play. After the undefeated Gophers missed a shot, Kansas Stale held the ball for over two minutes before losing a jump ball which set up the William's basket on a perfect pass from Mike Thompson. Minnesota freshman Kevin Mcllnle scored the first eight Gopher points of the second half during a period when Williams was rested with a pulled hamstring muscle. Thompson, harrassed all night by several of the shorter Wildcats, led Minnesota with 10, but McIIale and Dave Winey each contributed 12, Wincy's coining mostly in the second half before he left with an ankle injury. Williams, who finished with 10, replaced Winey with 7:20 in the game. Kansas Slate, 0-3, was led by Redding, a freshman, with 22. Dassie had 14 and Evans 10. KANSAS STATIC (80) Redding 11 0-0 22, Dassie 7 00 14, Winston 2 2-2 0, Frnzlcr 0 0-0 0, Evans 5 0-0 10, Ladson II 0-0 (i, Dnnncr 1 0-0 2, Hluck () 00 0. Totals 29 2-2 GO. MINNESOTA (82) Williams 5 0-0 10, Winey 5 2-2 12, Thompson 7 2-:i 16, Lockhart 3 0-16, Saunders 2 0-0 4, McHale 6 0-0 12, Lewis 1 0-0 2. Totals 29 4-0 62. Halftime: Kansas State 24, Minnesota 35. Total fouls: Kansas State 10, Minnesota B. Fouled out: none. A: 14,729. (First published in the Hays Dally News Friday, December 24,197(1) IN THE I'llOHATE COURT OF ELLIS COUNTY, KANSAS In Die Matter of the Kslulc of JEROME; A. IIHUNC; AHDT, deceased. Case No. 4912 NOTICKTO( HKDITOHS The Slate of Kansas To all Persons Concerned: You and each of you will take notice that on the 22nd day of December, 1970, pursuanl lo petition for probate filed in this court on said dule by Helen Urungarill, the will of Jerome A. Itrungardl, deceased, was admitted to probate and (he said Helen Brunuardl was appointed executrix of suid will and duly quuhlied as such executrix and letters testamentary were issued lo her on December 22nd, 1970 by the Probate Court ol Ellis County, Kansas. All parlies interested in said estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified lo exhibit their demands against the said estale wilhin six 16) months from the date of the first publicalion of Ihisnotice as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited they shall be forever barred. HELENHKUNUAKUT Kxeculrix of the will of Jerome A. Brungardt, deceased. Atest: TOM SCOTT Probate Judge DON C. STAAIi ItXiW. 12th, Hays, Kansas Attorney for Executrix (Last published in the Hays Daily News Friday, Jan 7,19771 628-1081 The l%.| Civil Kitfhls Act |irolill>l!s with n'lltiin oxcrplions disLTiinimiHim hcniusc of sex. Si net 1 .soim 1 occupalinns arc considered more nllrnelive lo persons of one sex I tin n the other ml vci'linemenls nre pliired under the mnli? or famuli* vnluiimK fur nmvtMWMirt* of renders. Surli listings Jire not in tended (o exclude persons ol eillier sex IF THE PAPFR DOESN'T COME Weekdays Call Between 6 and 7 |).m Sunday Call Between 8 and 10 a.m. 628-1081 -WANT AD RATES Minimum Chnrrje 1st Day SI.50 I day. |HT word 1U :t days, same ad per word 30? <i days, saint' ail per word fvlf Kacb atltlilional day per word . . . flf Urmlllnv lor Classiliviiliim :i-.(HI p.tn., day before publication. Ads received .•illIT :i 00 anil until 9:30 a in day of publication will mil lie classified Above rales apply in Mays Irade lerrilory only Obituaries anil Card of Thanks per word 7f The News, while exercising reasonable rare in arci'plinK ads. war ns those answering lo investigate (hem anil be careful of any ads requiring a cash reniillance 12 Lost-Found-Stroyed LOST — EYEGLASSES in plastic frame in white leather case. Mall area. (1283371. 13 Special Notices AVAILABLE AGAIN. "Conquering the Wind," the story of the Volga-Germans who tamed the Kansas prairie in Ellis county 100 years ago, is now in its fourth printing and again available through the Hays Daily News. The price is $9.27 over the counter or $9.77 by mail, tax included. May every happiness be yours at this loveliest of seasons. With our fond gratitude... Ellis County Abstract & Loan Co. 108 E. 12Ul Hays, Kasas

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