Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on August 3, 1963 · Page 10
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Garden City, Kansas
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Saturday, August 3, 1963
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Page 10 & 11 4»ard<»ti < iiy Telegram Saturday, August 3, 1963 PONYTA1L Stands Trial on Murder Count \FW YORK (AP)—Gareth Mar tinis. .son of a judge must stand trial next month in a vehicular hoiii'cidc charge growing out of ? Uir.'tMar collision 'bat took five rv...: Martinis, -3. was indicted Friday by a Bronx g- an d jury. Hi: was released in Si,500 bail for tnal Sept. 11. The indictment or-ntained five counts: One for ea'-q jerson Idling in the May 19 crash or> the Heirf Hudson Parkway in the Bronx. The jury reached its decisiDn ihursJaj night after hearing 48 v.'itm sser in two days Vritiiis, son of Criminal Court judge Joseph A. Martinis, wa * cleared of criminal negligence in ii.-c ;cudent after a five-minute de;i!jtratiuij by a panel of three judges, colleagues of the young man's father. The c,'< t aroused 8 storm o! public indignation. The only penalty thus agair s-t Martinis f_>r his part in chp acc-r'tnt has been revocation o' Ins driver's license for 30 days. Aftei his attorney posted boa'l Friday, Martinis Icld newsmen, ' tVrfn the truth is known, I shall a.: clea'ed." Communed Disc. Atty. Isidore Doijj.ifi: "We thinK the chancas -u iom Action are very good." © Kin* Features Syndicate, tnt, 1363. World richts reserved. Land is Wi7/ Be Sentenced August 30 "But, Daddy, there was a triple movie on the late-late show." A gyroplane consists of a j tubular frame, wheels or pon- j toons, a free-wheeling overhead! rotor and control stick, and a < single or double seat. The pilot! sits out in the open. • Delegates Considering Change of Boys State TOPEKA (AP) — A recommendation that control of Bctys State be taken away from Sunflower Boys State Inc. of Wichita is under consideration by delegates to the American Legion's 45th state convention. The Legion's executive committee recommended Friday that it be made responsible for guidance of Boys State, held annually at Wichita until it was transferred to Lawrence this year. Attendance at Lawrence was 769, compared with 520 at Wichita last 'year. Man Pays Debt Before Hold Up Takes Place • KANSAS CITY (AP)—Just after Leonard Rowland stopped a i friend and paid a $23 debt, three young hoodlums walked up and took the money at knifepoint from the friend. Richard DeVault, Friday night. Then they took anothe r $25 from Rowland-. i "After all, it could have been worse," Rowland said later. "They could have held me up before I paid Richard the $25 I owed him." NEW YORK (AP)—James M.,| Landis, adviser to presidents and • outspoken critic of unethical prac-! tices by heads of government agencies, will be sentenced Aug. 30 on federal charges of not filing income tax returns. The former Harvard University Law School dean, who headed three federal agencies at various times, pleaded guilty Friday to charges that he had failed to file j returns from 1956-60, a period j when hi s income was said to ex- j ceed 5360,000. [ Landis, 63, has paid the government $94,492—three-fourths of it the taxes due and the rest penal-! ties and interest. | He could draw as much as five. years in prison. I U.S. Atty, Robert M. Morgen-j thau, who brought the case against Landis, is the son of former Treasury Secretary Henry >Iorgenthau Jr., a colleague of the defendant during the New Deal day s °* tne 19 3Qs. Asked if Landis had paid his taxes before or after the government investigation of them, Mor- genthau replied that prosecution usually does not result if delin- qu-.iit taxes are paid befure the Internal Revenue Service gets onto them. The federal grand jury's five- count information against Landis was announced to the press only after Landi s had been arraigned before U.S. Dist. Court Juoge Edward C. McLean. McLean released Landis in his own custody on guilty pleas to each count. In a statement read to the court, Landis' attorney, William Warren, dean of the Columbia University Law School, said his client had become so engrossed in public affairs he never got around to filing tax returns for the five years until after the IRS prompted him. Landi s has headed the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Civil Aeronautics Board, and the wartime Office of Civilian Defense. He also was a member of the Federal Trade Commission. His last government post was as adviser to President Kennedy on government regulatory agencies. Landis resigned Sept. 7, 1931, the day he was named corespond- ent in a Washington divorce suit, later dropped. Adultery allegations against Landis were never substantiated. U Thant Asks Arabia To Get Out of War UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) —U.N. Secretary-General U Thant has asked Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Republic „ again to get out of the civil war in Yemen, authoritative source s report. Fire Destroys Farm Buildings in Paxico PAGICO, Kan. (AP)—Fire, apparently sparked by the summer heat, started in a ha-y barn and spread on a strong southwest wind to every building of a farm a mile west of Paxico, destroying them all Friday. A two-story farmhouse and five outbuildings were wiped out. Ten- nats on the- farm are Mr. and Mrs. Claire L. McGinnis and their six children. The owner is Eddie Mainhardt of Paxico. "It started about 3:15," Trooper Vernon Davis said, "and in less than two hours everything was gone." AUCTION Due to my health I will sell the following Real Estate & Personal Property Aug. 7 - '63 — 1:30 p.m. 502 N. 13th — or St. John 813th Real Estate Will Sell At 2:30 P.M. Frame and stucco house with wood shingle roof has 2 bedrooms on main floor and two bedrooms in basement. Large carpeted living room and spacious kitchen and dining area with mahogany paneling and an abundance of built-in mahogany cabinets and storage space. Tile covered floor in kitchen. Window blinds, curtains and drapes sell with the house. Double sink. 30 gallon hot water heater. 20' x 28' cement foundation and floor for garage in back yard. Lot size 50' x 150' recent survey by Rob Jones has steel rod boundary markers. 1962 taxes of $195.17 and all prior years taxes are paid in full. 1963 tax to be pro-rated to date of acceptance of title. Terms: 20% of purchase price day of sale as escrow payment, balance upon acceptance of title. Abstract of title to be delivered to purchaser day of sale and purchaser shall have 10 days to make title requirements, if any. If title requirements are made seller shall have a reasonable time to meet these requirements. If no title requirements are made by the end of the 10 day period it shall be construded as acceptance of title by purchaser. POSSESSION: Upon acceptance of title. Property may be inspected at reasonable hours in daytime or evening. Household Furniture Bedroom large Suite, 6 drawer mirror, springs and 2 PC. Walnut dresser with mattress. 4 PC. Blonde Mahogany Bedroom Suite, springs and mattress. R.C.A. Console TV, recently reconditioned. Blonde Oak Radio & Phonograph combination. 2 PC. Living Room Sofa. Walnut China Closet. Walnut Buffet. Walnut Dresser with large oval mirror. Walnut 4 drawer Chest. 2—Mahogany End Tables. Large beveled Wall Mirror. Upholstered Cheir with wooden arms. 3—Large upholstered Chairs. 2—Matching Table Lamps. 2—Matching walnut End Tables. Walnut End Table. Writing Desk.' Wooden room divider with flower stand. Dining Table and 6 chairs. Chrome drop leaf Breakfast Table—4 chairs. 3-Way Floor Lamp. Wicker Clothes Hamper. T.V. Chair. Walnut Occasional Chair. Westinghouse II' Refrigerator. Tappan, 4 burner electric Range, gfass oven door. G.E. automatic Washing Machine. 4 drawer wood Filing Cabinet. Steel Step Ladder Chair. Set T.V. Lamps. 2—Metal Beds—springs & mattress. Evaporative Air Cooler. Record Player for hi-fi and records. Remington Rand, hand control Add Machine. Portable Typewriter. Miscellaneous New electric Hot Water Heater. I-H.P. I 10-220 Electric Motor. 3_i & j-H.P. Electric Motors. Several H.D. Drop Cords. 1" Centrifugal Pump with H.D. motor, run about 60 hrs. DeVillbis Paint Gun air pressure. Sump Pump, near new. New Pipe Dies |" to 1". Metal Tier Table on casters. 2 Vacuum Cleaners. 2 matching bedside Stands. Small wood Cabinet. 2 wood Kitchen Chairs. Cast iron Lard Kettle. 3 Electric Hot Plates. Electric Fan. Several lengths of J" galvanized pipe. Pressure Cooker, large. Metal Coffee Pot. Box Candle Wax. Box Costumes. Small Hand Tools. Miscellaneous cans of Paint. Garden Plow, push type. Lawn Mower. Wheel Barrow, shovels, rakes, snow shovel, etc. TERMS: Cosh on personal property. L A. ASHWORTH, Owner Sole By JOHN COLLINS AGENCY 113 E. Laurel— BR 6-6712 BREADS CASTRIES Specials for SUN., MOM. & TUES. DILLON'S FRESH BAKED REG. 53£ PIE ONLY BAKERY SPECIALS — Mon. & Tues. Only DILLON'S FRESH BAKED SLICED LOAF ONLY (REG. PRICE 32£ - SAVE "F&P" CALIFORNIA CHOICE IN HEAVY SYRUP Bartlett PEARS REG. 29* 303 CANS ONLY "MUSSELMAN" Brand WONDERFUL GOOD APPLE SAUCE REG. I for 35£ 303 CANS ONLY "YOSEMITE" Brcind CALIF. EXTRA-STANDARD TOMATOES REG. 2 for 35£ 303 CANS ONLY UPTON'S INSTANT TEA— (REG. PRICE 89f - SAVE VAN CAMPS (REG. PRICE 2 for 49 f - SAVE TEXAS U.S. No. I 1 NEW RED POTATOES "SEALD-SWEEF'UNSWEETENED ORANGE JUICE-- (REG. PRICE 59£ - SAVE 10£) STOKELY'S Finest m gg TOMATO JUICE-4c^sl (REG. PRICE 33£ - SAVE 10 45 OKLAHOMA U.S. No. 1 2 INCHES & UP PEACHES Bu. 18 oz. CHICKEN FRY or 17 oz. PORK TENDER RANDY STEAK REG. 89 £ PKG. 69 WINCHESTER'S "COWBOY". Thick or Thin SLICED DILLON'S OWN POTATO SALAD-— 2 LB. CARTON PICKLE-PIMIENTO. OLIVE-PIMIENTO, LIVER LOAF, MACARONI & CHEESE or SPICED - LUNCHEON YOURCHO,CE LOAF 60I - PKG -

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