The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri on August 17, 1974 · 32
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Kansas City Times from Kansas City, Missouri · 32

Kansas City, Missouri
Issue Date:
Saturday, August 17, 1974
Start Free Trial

2C THE KANSAS CITY TIMES Saturday August 17 1974 Automation Pact Economy Called Crucial to Ford's Success Scattered Rain By Printers Post By Gfeorge Koppe and Keith Chrostowski Members of ttie Staff President Gerald Ford is axperifiocing the usual honey-ipoon with Congress and the American people that most lew presidents experience REP DONALD FRASER but Democratic Party leaders in Kansas City yesterday for the charter commission meetings agreed Ford’s handling of the economic problems erf America will be his doing or undoing Responding to an NBC News Poll which gave President Ford a 68 per cent to 30 per cent lead over Sen Edward M Kennedy (D-Ma6s) if a presidential election were held now the party leaders said the honeymoon would lade away but the problems of inflation and unemployment would remain Most lie will change its mind’ Sigmund Arywitz executive secretary-treasurer of the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor and a major Democratic figure in California said Ford is enjoying such increased popularity because “the people are so relieved Nixon isn’t President” Arywitz agreed Ford comes across as honest arid decent but said “The President is judged on the health of the country on election d a y rather than on personal decency and honesty” The NBC poll was the first taken since Ford became President an NBC spokesman said last night in New York He noted that an earlier Harris poll announced several VINCENT R CLEPHAS JOHN WHITE Democratic Coalition a liberal wing of the party took the poll a little more seriously “What the poll says gener- Sis that the Democrats not have a cakewalk” he said “It’s going to be tough” Dr Sorokin said Ford’s image of “Mr Clean” has neutralized the issue of Watergate for the Republicans and said how the Democrats answer the questions posed by Watergate will determine the outcome of the 1976 election Vincent R Clephas director of communications for the Democratic National Committee said he thought it was too early to be talking 1976 politics and noted that “Ford’s peak of popularity will be difficult to maintain” “Ford is now benefiting from a great reserve of good will that exists in this country when someone takes over a difficult job” he said Mrs Fran Blake a charter commission delegate from Wichita had a definite opinion on 197& “It's going to be close but we’re going to win MRS BARBARA MORGAN MRS FRAN BLAKE It’s that simple” Another delegate to the commission said she thought the American people were “tired of the Republican reign” Mrs Barbara Morgan of Washington said under the Republican administration America has had inflation unemployment high gasoline prices and many other ills “The people who are feeling it the most are the grassroots people us” she said “We want a change We are hurting all the way around” Mrs Morgan was also optimistic “We’re going to get us a Democrat in that White House” A Southern Democrat Ben Brown of Georgia thinks the Democrats are in a good position to capture the White House in 1976 “The chances are excellent” he said “Gerald Ford has two and a half years A lot is going to nappen between now and then’ - By the Associated Press thundershowers wet regions from the Gulf Coast across the Southeast yesterday byt most of the nation enjoyed fair and warm weather Rain also fell in the upper Great Lakes region and the eastern Plains but amounts were generally light REP BEN BROWN SIGMUND ARYWITZ agreed Ford is the likely Republican nominee in 1976 but predicted a Democratic victory in 1976 “He’s come across as we knew he would honest and decent” Rep Donald Fraser (D-Minn) said Fraser a member of the charter commission’s executive com-mittee said “inflation and the stagnation of the economy” are Ford’s two biggest problems “If he doesn’t handle them” Fraser said “the pub- days ago gave Kennedy a 1 percentage point lead but was taken in July when Ford was vice-president However John White Texas agriculture commissioner and a close friend of Robert Strauss national committee chairman said polls taken now have no signifigance because the presidential election is more than two years away “Ford’s been candid and has responded to what the people need” White said “But the people will vote on the issues In 1976 not now” Dr Bernard Sorokin national chairman of the New I V j A( a Bailey: Democrats to Win V DR BERNARD SOROKIN Panel on Job Security Nearly 300 Missouri Division of Employment Security workers from across the state are attending a 2-day institute sponsored by the International Association of Personnel in Employment Security at the Phillips House A highlight of the afternoon meeting yesterday was a presentation by Dr Robert J Rose administrative assistant for special employment Armco Steel Corporation In considering job applicants for positions at his company Rose said he looks for persons who can read at a ath-grade level and who have a history of completing what they have started More and more Rose said he is seeing applicants who have a high school diploma but who cannot read at the 5th-grade level A panel of division officials from Jefferson City discussed upcoming changes in the division Changes discussed include expansion of services into rural areas of the state an intensive publicity and promotional program to improve relations with the' community employers and job applicants and to increase placements especially of veterans and women The panelists were J Rogers Kratochvil deputy director of the division Robert Wilson assistant director of employment security: Alan Aubuchon assistant director of employability operations ami Joseph Dietrich assistant director of unemployment Insurance Also on the program was Dr Dick Heimovics assistant professor of organizational behavior school of administration University of Missouri-Kansas City The meeting ends today By Laura Knickerbocker A Member of the Staff John M Bailey diehard Democrat consummate political organizer and former Democratic national chairman will turn 70 this November a little more than two weeks after Election Day Re’s seen a lot of them The prediction from Bailey regarding this election is the same one he has made in past years: The Democrats are going to win In Kansas City as a member of the Democratic Party Charter commission Bailey said he expected the party to win “a few governorships several seats in the House and a few more in the Senate” in the elections President Nixon’s resignation he said will help some Democrats and hurt others However it is inflation more than the Watergate scandals that is the1 major issue in the campaign and the one which will spell disaster for many Republican candidates Bailey said v “Th® Republicans have failed K has gotten so bad” be said “that an ordinary person can hardly buy groceries This runaway inflation has got to be stopped “President Ford knows that but-1 don’t know if he has the answers for it I Ihink the people are so relieved to be rid of NtoteP they -are going to give Ford a good welcome but he is going to have to answer some hard questions” Bailey has jiot played the role of a political theoretician in the patty but that of an efficient organizer and mechanic who for instance made sure the national party structure ran smoothly in the Kennedy -and Johnson years while he was national chairman He has seen the Democratic party change he said and he is pleased with the broader base it has developed and the fact more minorities and women are active now He acknowledged the role of the 1972 McGovern reforms r No Talks Set In Power Strike No new meetings have been scheduled between representatives of the Kansas City Power & Light Co and the three striking locals of the International Brotherhood cf Electrical Workers Talks between the two sides were recessed Thursday night after seven hours of negotiating which had produced a faint hope of progress in settling the strike that began July 8 Eugene B Roche of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service said if neither party requests a meeting within a “respectable length cf time” the mediation service will schedule another meeting for them New York (AP)— The door was opened for automation of typesetting at the Now York Post with the announcement yesterday of a tentative agreement covering the newspaper's "57 union printers The announcement w a s-made by Bertram A Powers-president of New York Typographical Union No 6 who said the contract follows the pattern o" unprecedented agreements recently reached at the New York Times and the New York Dally News -The Pest the only general circulation afternoon pap®r In the city and the union local affiliated with the AFL-CIO International Typographical Union tentatively agreed to an ll-year contract retroactive to March SI 1973 J As in the case of the two morning newspaper lifetime job guarantees are provided for 257 regular printers and a' guarantee of no less wqjt is: given to 50 substitutes Who will become regular employees next Marcij The Post agreement was reached late Tnunsdaj Powers saicf and is subi to union ratification Overwhelming approval of the earlier agreements would indicate that acceptance Is assured A(tteiMacA SfuneuU I 6800 Treotl Avenue Telephene Ml 4-3060 SSfiWWal Announcements DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICE BEADES— MR JOHN j age 70 of 12 West 74th Terr passed away Aug 15th 1974 Rosary recitation 4 PM Snday by the Parish & 5 PM by the K of C Services 10 am Monday at St Elizabeth Church 75th & Main interment Mourn Olivet Cemetery Friends may call after 2 PM Sunday McGILLEY MIDTOWN CHAPEL MAIN & LINWQOD PL 3-6200 DEATHS AND FUNERAL NOTICES OHMES— MRS MARGARET C Park Lenexa Services Saturday Holy Trinity Catholic Church I Burial St John's Cemetery Kan Rosary recitation Friday 8 pm Amos Chapel where friends may call after 4 pm Friday The family uq-qests that gifts may be sent to the RIGHT TO LIFE P O Box 3057 Shawnee Kan 66203 THE AMOS FAMILY 10901 Johnson Dr Shawnee 631-5566 John M Bailey former Democratic National Committee chairman (Staff photo by Joseph A Coleman) which for the most part he said “went too far too fast” in promoting those developments He thinks the party has-learned its lesson and will net- make the same mistakes again- Despite his prediction of victory for the party Bailey emphasized that the goal will be accomplished only with hard work The first task of party organizers he said is to heavily promote voter registration and to encourage membership in the party He said he thought Robert Strauss present national chairman was “doing a fine job reducing our debts” Bailey was reticent about naming persons he thought Need for Unity Urgent’ would make good Democratic candidates for President in 1976 He said he preferred to concentrate on the campaign and election at hand He said he would work actively for the re-election of Sen Abraham Ribicoff in Connecticut his home state where he was recently re-elected Democratic state chairman Bailey first won that post in 1046 and has retained it ever since except for the 7-year period he was national chairman from 1961 to 1968 In the past Bailey has worked for Democratic party winners and losers mostly winners with a partisan devotion He was an early supporter of both John F Ken- BIGELOW— MR ALLEN E age 56 of 5179 Hardesty passed away Auqust 15 Services in our Chapel 2:30 pm Saturday Interment Green Lawn Cemetery In state 7-8:30 pm Friday 1 r— — PARK LAWN FUNE AL HOME I HILLCREST RD AT 83RD 523-1233 OWEN— MRS EMMA LOU 515 Balboa Lee s Summit Mo age 89 service 1:30 Sunday Langsford Chapel Burial Lee's Summit Cemetery Family will receive Mends 7-8:30 pm Sat at the chapel If desired contributions mtoy be made to the First Baptist Church Memorial Fund LANGSFORD FUNERAL HOME LEE'S SUMMIT MO — -(-a &L4A&ETH age v or Lertifiii Ac tis Honua passed away MUS- Hill 124 MUEHLEBACH LvJ i ROOST 444-2060 BkaZiL— Mk CHARLES V 84 of 6420 West 93ro Terr passed away Aug lotn services 10 am Monday at our chapel interment Deay Cemetery Eudora Kan D W NewCOMER'S SONS 561-0024 METCALF AT 82ND OP KAN COLEMAN— MRS MARY E of 8514 West 71st Services 1 pm Monday af the chapel Strong Ave at So 37th where friends may call after 2 pm Sunday Interment Maple Hill Cemetery SIMMONS FUNERAL HOME 631-1882 CONSTABLE— MR GEORGE W 705 High St Lee's Summit- Mo age 73 Services 3:30 PM Sunday Langsfdrd Chapel Brial Lee's Summit Cemetery Family wll receive friends 7-9 PM Satrday at the chape LANGSFORD FUNERAL HOME LEE'S SUMMIT MO EUGENE W age 57 of Marshall Mo passed away Aug 16 KC Mo Funeral services 1 pm Monday Car-son Chapel Independence Masonic services 8 pm Sunday independence Lodge No 76 independence Interment Memorial Park cemetery Friends may call after 2 prrt Sunday GEO C CARSON 8 SONS Winner at Fuller 252-7900 SIMPSON— JAMES H age 58 of 5025 Marvin Rid passed away Aug 15th 1974 6606 Indep Ave Interment Mount Moriah Services 1:30 pm Monday in the chapel Cemetery SHEIL FUNERAL HOME 241-8665 nedy and Ribicoff He campaigned for Lyndon Johnson and Hubert Humphrey Throughout it all he worked in the party backed by a single motto he said summed up the elements of a victorious campaign: Good candidates good issues good organization Senate Approves VA Funds Hike Washington (AP)— The Senate passed a $21 billion appropriation bill yesterday with nearly two-thirds of the money earmarked for the Veterans Administration WWMWWM By Mark ScWinkmann A Member of the Staff The sudden emergence of a new and apparently popular Republican in the White House makes the Democratic Party’s need for unity and openness more crucial than ever the man who has overseen the drafting of the party’s proposed charter said here yesterday Terry Sanford chairman of the 167-member Democratic charter commission meeting here this weekend said it is appropriate that the completion of the document is occurring so soon after Richard "Nixon’s resignation the ultimate consequence of the Watergate episode “Of course we got started with our commission long be fore the Watergate thing became so big” Sanford a former North Carolina governor said “It just 60 happens that as our work comes to fruition It does so at a tim when people are crying out for a new kind of political openness after the significance of Watergate" Sanford said he viewed President Gerald Ford as the “absolute” choice of the Republican Party m 1976 and said despite the President’s current popularity the chances are excellent for a Democrat to defeat him “Gerald Ford has two and a half years” Sanford said “A lot is going to happen between now and then” Sanford said Ford will nave Perpetual Motion Machine Kills 2 Rockford m (AP)— A n age-old dream claimed the lives of two Rockford men who were killed when a “perpetual motion” machine they were working on exploded Mark N Richardson 25 was killed when a piece of metal struck him in the head authorities said John Billst-rom S8 died of head injuries - later in a Rockford hospital The accident occurred Thursday in a machine shop belonging to Billstrom’s father Edwin Billstrom said he heard an electric motor start and shortly after that there was a terrific vibration and a series of crashes Richardson’s sister Christine said her brother bad quit Ms job a draftsman about six months ago to devote all Us time to perfecting the perpetual motion dsrvice “He has been wotting on it for six months” she said “The idea was conceived sometime before tbat The idea was to replace feel with perpetual motion “Last night be told ms bt knew it had to be done” Mia Richardson said “He told me it had too much power at this point I don’t know whether he wanted a larger generator or what but he knew the machine had too much power” The machine apparently involved an electric motor with six steel arms heavily weighted at the ends The device was supposed to start with electric power but once started was intended to produce sufficient electric power on its own to keep running after the current was cut off ‘There are no diagrams of the machine” Miss Richardson said “He didn’t want it down on paper” Richardson’s father James D Richardson said his son had built a prototype using an automobile starter : - problems maintaining that popularity because of his attitudes toward “the major priorities in this eountry” “I see the basic objective of this country as the development of-human resources including education manpower and the quality of life in our cities These build a strong nation In his speech Monday night I didn’t see any indications of his grappling with these problems” Despite his belief that Ford’s popularity will level off Sanford said he still believes Democrats will not have quite as rosy an opportunity in 1976 as they would have had had the administration continued to be preoccupied with Watergate “We’ve said Democrats have to get together establish an open party one that is broad enough to bring everyone a chance tp come in” Sanford said “And that is what we are doing” Sanford said that both the 1968 and 1972 Democratic National Conventions W e'f e perceived by many Americans to have involved the closing off of the party to a certain segment of the population by another segment “I’m not saying that is what happened” he said “but that is what many people perceived was happening And that is probably more important” r In 1968 he said it was perceived toy many persons hat traditional party groups were closing off the Chicago convention to the young and to those involved in the so-called “new politics” In 1972 he said it was perceived by others tbat many fractional party groups were befog barred from partl-eipating fully in the Miami convention process by the younger segments He said the phrase "middle ground” oohlti be tutoti’to des cribe the goal of the charter commision and the party mid-term conference that will meet here next December to consider the commission’s product Sanford said he bed been heartened by the way the commission members representing various segments of the party had conducted themselves “A sense of tolerance has developed among them that we have needed so badly in everything in this country” he said “We’ve had very lively very tough discussions I’ve been heartened by the abilities of these people to debate strongly-held viewpoints come to a conclusion and then to deal together in great harmony afterward” He said the dispute this week between liberals and conservatives over last-minute changes in the make-up of the commission membership was one of the few bitter exchanges that have surfaced in the commission’s 18 months of operation “It’S really just a tempest in a teapot though” be said “I dopbt if it will change anything’ 'anyway'! think Rep (Donald) Fraser oended by the act ’itself -more than the pogsihle po-sgauences” Rep Donald Frase- D-Mirni) and other liberals have charged that the staff pf the Democratic NattonaT ’’ rriittee he' ded by lobert Strauss “stacked” the cor -mission by recruiting last-minute replacements for conservatives who were not going to be here this weekend The procedure used by Strauss and his aides was legal Sanford said But he said he did ’not beheVeit was wise “These new people can hardly qxercise judgment on these issues when we were all working a year and a half on thisVhe said CURTIS— MRS LAURA IRENE age 68 fassed away Aug 14th Services 2 pm aturday Stanley Chapel Interment Pleasant HIM cemetery Family will receive friends 7-8 pm Friday at the Chapel In lieu of flowers family suggests contributions to Ilia Pleasant Hill First Baptist Church Bldg Fund STANLEY FUNERAL HOME PLEASANT HILL MO SMITH-DR S JOHN 68 of HarNnaen Tex passed away Aug 13th Sendee 11 am Saturday at St Jofm'sMethodlsr Church 6900 Mount Moria D W Yard Parkway lER'S SONS PASEO At JSH CRBBK SMALLFIELD— ALFRED W 74 of Wheatland Mo formerly of KC passed away Aug 14th Services 1 pm Monday our chapel Interment Floral Hills Memorial Gardens Family will receive friends 2-6 Sunday FLORAL HILLS FUNERAL HOME Blue Ridge at Gregory 353-1218 sHK TUTT— MR ROBERT M 76 East 43rd Terr passed away Aug Services 4 pm Saturday In our chapet Cremation DUNLAP— MRS GRACE M passed away Aug chaoel 10 AM SatUrda orial Park Cemetery F friends 7:30-8:30 pm Friday PARK LAWN FUNERAL HOME HILLCREST RD AT 83rd 523-1233 D W NEWCOMER'S SON6 561-0024 PASEO AT BRUSH CREEK WOLFE— Services for Lewis David Wolfe i4Tn services m i of 1243 Bennington will be held 3 o'clock ’day Interment Mem- Saturday at Mount Moriah Funeral Home Family will receive Interment will follow in Mt Moriah Cemetery ’ MOUNT MORIAH FUNERAL HOME HOLMES AT 105TH Wl 2-2004 DYCHE— MRS VIOLA K 72 of Ottis-v(He Mich formerly of KC passed aWV WlilwCOMER'S sons 561-0024 PASEO AT BRUSH CREEK EYMAN— DAVID LAWRENCE age 15 of 11307 Pittman Ave passed away Aug 14th Services 1 pm Sunday Car-son Slue Ridge Chapel Graveside service 6 pm Sunday Rlchards-Dale Bev-iw Mo Family will receive friends 7-9 pm Saturday at the chapel CARSON FUNERAL HOME 9100 Blue Ridge 8lvd 761- FRICK— MR GEORGE WILLIAM age 93 of 215 S Ash passed away August 15 Rosary 8 pm Friday at the Midtown Ctiapel Services 9:30 am Saturday at St Ann's Church Cedar & Lexington Interment Calvary Cemetery Friends may call after 4 pm Friday In lieu of flowers family suggests contributions to the George W Frick Memorial Fund at the church McGILLEY MIDTOWN CHAPEL MAIN & LINWQOD PL 3-6200 GALLET— MISS LOUISE MARY of 6301 Nieman Rd Shawnee passed away Aug 15th Funeral services at the Gates Chapel State Line at 41st Saturday 11 am Interment St Joseph Cemetery Shawnee In state 7-9 Friday GATES F1J NERAL HOME CO 2-1023 GARVER— WILLIAM N 73 of 2924 En-aleword Terr passed away Augi 14th sprvir Services Carson's Indep Chapel 3 pm Cem- Saturday Burial Mount Washington etery Family will receive friends 7-9 pm Friday GEO C CARSON a SONS Winner at Fuller 952-7900 GRAVES— ETTA BELL 88 of Liberty iMo formerly of 3919 Scarritt passed away August 16 Services 10 am Monday our Chapel Interment Floral Hills Memorial Gardens Frlenda may call from S to 7 pjn Sunday at the Chapel FLORAL' HILLS FUNERAL HOME Blue Ridge at Gregory 353-1818 HARDING— LEE i age 24 3328 S Ben-ton KCMO funeral services 2:30 Saturday in our chapel Burial Lathrop BAILEY FUNERAL HOME LATHROP MO flXRRTS-MREDMOND O age 6ji''of Platteville Wise passed awav August 14 Funeral service at Mueblebach Chapel 11 am Saturday Interment Floral Hills Cemetery In stale at the Muehlebdch Chapel from 7 to 9 bm Friday MUEHLEBACH 6800 TROOST 444-2060 HASTON— JAMES W 74 of 4123 St John passed away Aug 15th Services l pm Saturday at our chapel Interment Floral Hills Memorial Gardens Family will receive friends 7-9 pun Friday at the chapel FLORAL HILLS FUNERAL HOME Blue Ridge at Gregory 353-1218 HOPPER-CHARLES age 73 of Oak Grove passed away Aug 14th 1974 Services 1:30 Saturday in our chapel Burial Oak Grove Cemetery ROYER FUNERAL HOME OAK GROVE MO 625-4441 HOULIHAN— MICHAEL age 6 months of 5200 N Oak passed Away Aug 15th Survived by his mother Mrs Carol Houlihan & brother Bobby Houlihan of the home Grandmother Mr Harriet Lentlno of Patterson NJ Services 10 ajn Saturday in St Chari Church 704 Shddv Dr Interment White Chapel Memorial Garden Friends mav call 4-9 pm Friday McGILLEY ANTIOCH CHAPEL 3325 NE VIVIOnJRP 453-7700 Insen— toe Overland Park Funeral servlet Newcomer' & I ment Johnson C D W NE Aug 151h urdav af D W and Park Inter ' Memorial Gardens DMER'S SONS METCALP AT 82ND OP KAN ’Tames clyde: JONES— MR JAMB5 CLYDE 76 Of 1934 East 71st Terr passed away Aug 15th Graveside service 2 pm Saturday at Mount Moriah D W NEWCOMER’S SONS -PASgOAI JSH CREEK KEKN— JAMES E age 81 of 1327 Van Brunt passed away Aug 16th Services In the Ears Chapel 4707 Truman Rd 1 PJn Famlv will receive friends 3-5 pm Sunday 7 EARP &SONS MORTUARY ’ R U MAN RD jvsEY— MR LYNN of Los 0? KC - 231-0970 passed away Anqelesr ay Aug Terry Sanfora D W NEWCOMER'S SONS r-ASEO ATBRUSH CREEK (Staff photo) Defense Rests In 7-Month AIM Trial St Paul (AP)— The defense rested its case yesterday in the 7-month trial of two American Indian Movement leaders after calling only five witnesses in three days of testimony MASON— MR- ROBERT W 53 Of 18602 Arrowhead Place passed away Aua 15th Services 10 am Monday Carsop Chanel Indep Interment Woodlawn Cemetery Family will receive friends 7-9 pm Sun- davMtchasoNASONS & Fuller Winner I MccLuRe’-DzBETH 74 Of 110 North Merslngfon passed away August 13th Service 1 pm Saturday In our Chapel Interment Mt Moriah In state after 5 P’m’ BLAC&AAN GUARDIAN HOME 2825 Indep Blvd 241-4040 MOORE— HARRIET F 1832 1416 t North 29th ew Mexico 7-9 IN MEMORIAM In Memory of my husband and father end grandfather God called you home one long year ago today One long year has passed since that sad day We know the loneliness you left behind our broken hearts We miss you very much we love you end think of you always sleeping In peace Missed by wife and children The J L Tirkham family - IN Loving Memory— Of Robert F Jorfes who passed awav 5 years ago today Your memory is ever so dear Bernice and Dixie IN Memory of our son Clinton W Rhodes who passed away August 1st 1974 age24 Sadley missed by Dad Mom and brothers LOST BRACELET— Gold charm lost at Crown Center Saturday 10th reward 381-4334 after A BRIEFCASE— Brown area 38th State KCK value only to owner ward 299-0990 CAT--Gray Tiger striped female Flea collar near 103rd State Line 942-3502 CAT— Grey striped vicinity McDonald's 50 Hwy reward 921-5348 CAT—Siamese male declawed Blue Springs reward 229-2193 - DOBERMAN— Red and tan name CZAR $100 reward no questions asked Please call 763-4651 DOG— Male Terrier mixed breed black graying hair 8 years Loose Park area 561-0644 236-6430 DOG — Boston Terrier black and white yellow collar strayed vicinity 95th Terrace and Lowell Overland Park Au-gust 15th Reward 383-1269 DOG— Black long haired Dachshund 15 years old vicinity 105th Sagamore Infdf- rnation reward 642-5846 DOG— Reward large Basset Hound bla UUVJ— -icwai Ui - brown strayed North of Liberty ! ville area Wednesday Randall Jessee a ww Roosfi 7669 374-5894 inqhalred female needs fed August 8th 7900 Best DOG— Blonde loi medication strayi 87th 356-2041 i5og— Bassett long ear short I e g answers to Bert lost downtown 942-5187 HORSE— Chestnut gelding 153 hands white star 1 white 8 Barry Road July ward 741-7287 evenings gelding stocking ly 30th-Ai Vicinity ug 2nd NECKLACE— Diamond hem vicinity 95th and Metcalf reward JA 3-3230 FOUND CAT— Reddish-Orange and white vicinity 40th-Warwlck call 931-6244 after 6:30 black female part cocker DOG — Small iwoctl TWiiaic pat i Luvict r 33rd and West Coleman Road PL 33027 DOG— St Bernard one brown eye one blue eye 765-0717 LODGE NOTICES WESTPORT Chapter 345 OES Members please attend funeral of Sister Grace Dunlap 10 am Saturday Park Lawn Chapel Lucille Parker WM Clarence Kester WP Alberta Mossman Secy BLUE Valley Chapter 2 OES Members please attend funeral of Sis I ’ ’ " McClure 1 PM Saturday B I a c I Guardian Home Dora Lee Hutchings Secy SHEFFIELD 625— Brethren Moriah 625— Brethren Chapel 3 pm Saturday condur W Masonic to C Thompson 'Secy 17fh to conduct Masonic services Brother Lewis Wof Daway Holst VIM Blue Ridge Cutoff Members friend nif oome Ctiarldean Johnson Chairman - TRAVEL— CAR POOLS DENV-CALIF-ARIZ DRIVE NEW CAR AS OWN 1614 TRUMAN RD VI SHIP Your Car Nationwide — Gas p drive nationwide 523-3971 AAaCON Auto Transport— Ship vour gas paid 756-2223 PERSONALS The rates under "personals" are $116 an aaate line each dav (minimum charge two lines of $232) and $111 an aqate line each dav for three or more consecutive days without change of copy At ETyf 24795 °AY DAY Loans arranged Call 421-0319 CaJsH— Small loans arranged while you wait Call 474-8922 CHIEF Season Tickets— Upper level section 321 row 26 760-1877 ' too Has a wonderful plan for your lit— Dial 384-3840 (a recording) a 'tHIEFS Season Tickets lower level facing scoreboard 648-3500 afei'a aji“jb-HfeY"-Ai This classification continued on next i A Star Want Ad takes your age to thousands tial buyers f-a-s-t Dial

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 22,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra® Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the The Kansas City Times
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free