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Controlling the county’s crime rate Sheriff candidates talk about goals in EDC forum; Boydston, Vescovo face off again By Kevin M. Smith Clay County sheriff candidates sparred on crime prevention issues in a forum for the Clay County Economic Development Council on Aug. 20. Incumbent Sheriff Bob Boydston, D-Kansas City, pushed his child internet safety and illegal immigration campaigns. Meanwhile, former sheriff Paul Vescovo, R-Smithville, touted his experience and passion for the job and talked about proactive steps to prevent property and violent crimes.

Crime rate

Boydston admitted crime is up, especially property crimes like burglaries and violent crimes like murders. Last year, there was just one murder in the city of Gladstone, according to Boydston. So far this year there have been three murders in Gladstone, Boydston said. He said crime is “cyclical.” “It’s going to go up and down no matter what you do,” Boydston said. He said law enforcement’s reaction to crime trends, like illegal immigration, is important. Boydston said the sheriff’s department needs to persevere. “You just have to keep hitting the basics,” Boydston said, noting an 82 percent clearance rate on property crimes.

If OK’d by voters, court would appoint panel to write county constitution By Angie Anaya Borgedalen Paul Vescovo, former sheriff

Bob Boydston, incumbent sheriff

Ve s c ovo disagreed. “The national trend the past three years, crime is going down,” Vescovo said. He insisted that local law enforcement can have an impact on the crime rate. Vescovo proposed having a dedicated crime analyst track trends and find the root of the problems. He also pitched switching from the current 12-hour shifts for patrols to eight hour shifts with an overlapping, longer “power shift.”

911

The candidates agreed that 911 needs to be better funded, like through a mobile phone tax, and that Boydston’s initiative to consolidate 911 dispatch centers in the county is a good one.

“I realize that’s going to be a tough fight,” Vescovo said of getting a mobile tax for 911. “I know people hate taxes.” Sen. Luann Ridgeway, RSmithville, who is running for Clay County Eastern Commissioner, noted that such a tax has been put to a vote of the people at least twice statewide and failed.

Illegal immigration

Boydston said he believes illegal human trafficking could be occurring in Clay County, which he hopes to stifle with the new investigator hired specifically to

Just one day before they had to get the wording to the Clay County Election Board, county commissioners voted 2-1 to place a referendum on the Tuesday, Nov. 6, ballot asking voters for permission to take the first step in writing a new county constitution. Voting to put the issue to a vote were Eastern Commissioner Katee Porter and Western Commissioner Larry Larson. Presiding Commissioner Pam Mason voted no as she had promised last week when the issue surfaced. Mason called the move “sour grapes” by two lameduck commissioners. Both Porter and Larson are leaving the commission at the end of the year. “I don’t know why they’re doing this now,” Mason said. “Voters have already turned it down twice in the last 10 years.” Porter said this was the

perfect time to ask voters for another chance to reform county government because there is already an election and it will not cost one penny more to add this issue to the ballot. “The only people who call my request to place the constitutional question on the ballot ‘sour grapes’ are some of those who currently hold office,” Porter said. “They are afraid that if Clay County government is reformed they will lose their $60,000 plus a year jobs, plus benefits and retirement wherein they can do whatever they want without recourse.” Porter said in recent years, Clay County has had to force two auditors out of office for wrong doing and one turned out to be a felon. Porter was referring to former auditors Vic Hurlbert, Mason’s husband, and William Norris, who lied about his credentials and criminal record. CONSTITUTION/Page A3

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AKKA Karate USA, 7504 N. Oak Trafficway in Gladstone, graduated students at the school to their next belt ranks on Aug. 18. Pictured are Danielle Nay, blue belt; Mauro Martinez, gold belt; Jefferson Zhong, orange belt; Savannah Bourn, green belt; Braeden Connelly, 2nd degree brown belt, back row, Brent Troutner, 2nd degree brown belt, Annie Lee, 2nd degree brown belt; Sam Middleton, owner; Jason Labart, purple belt; Meghan Cashell, green belt, JoLynne Martinez, blue belt, and Dylan Schee, instructor.

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Fall plant exchange Sept. 8 A fall plant exchange, hosted by the Gladstone Parks & Recreation Department and City Gardener Beth Houlihan, will take place from 8:30 to 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at Happy Rock Park, 76th Street and Northeast Antioch Road in the large shelter house. Area residents are invited to bring extra perennials to trade with other gardeners. It is suggested those bringing plants mark them with their names. There is no registration required and no fee associated with the plant exchange. For more information, call Gladstone Parks and Recreation at 423-4091.

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Gladstone man shows off modified Hupmobile By Jack “Miles” Ventimiglia NPG Newspapers

Warrensburg — Lots of people do a double-take when passing the low-cut muscle car sitting like a panther ready to purr and pounce on the grass at Happy Days Dream Cars in Warrensburg. Owner Larry Moore of Gladstone sits nearby. He watches adults crouch up close, admiring the car inside and out. “It’s a 1936 Hupmobile. They were in business from 1909 to 1940, and then they went out of business,” Moore says during the show Saturday, Aug. 25. “It’s one of those rarities.” Restoration includes modifications, he says. “It has a hemi out of a 1955 De Soto. ... The body’s the same, but it’s been cut 6 inches.” Resizing the car improves the looks. “It was pretty ugly when it came out,” he says, but now the car looks sleek. “It’s a pack of cigarettes off the ground.” As people come and go, speaking of the Hupmobile, Moore says he enjoys the Warrensburg Wheels Car Show. “This is the first time I’ve been here and I like it. It’s a real nice show and it’s a good turnout,” he says.

CONSTITUTION: Outgoing Larson calls current form of government ‘archaic’ Continued from Page A1 “The county has been sued numerous times by employees because of unacceptable behavior by some of the officeholders. The current form of government does not allow the commission to correct the problems that occur in county offices that lead to liability and waste,” Porter said. “This isn’t sour grapes; this is an opportunity to let the voters decide what they want. How is that a bad thing?” Larson said county government could be improved if voters would demand accountability and efficiency by voting for the first step in the

reform process. If voters approve Proposition A by a simple majority, circuit court judges would appoint a 14-member, bipartisan panel within 60 days to write a county constitution. The constitution commission would have one year to complete the document before it went back to voters for approval. “This is an archaic form of government, dating back to the 1800s,” Larson said. “I bet the number of scandals would diminish greatly or disappear all together in Clay County if we had a professional form of government. I’m looking forward to the debate.”

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A 1936 Hupmobile, cut to look fancy, catches the attention of, from left, Chris Bell and Thomas Whitworth during the Warrensburg Wheels Car Show on Saturday, Aug. 25. Owner Larry Moore of Gladstone sits watching at right.

PROP A The wording of Proposition A is as follows: Shall a commission be chosen by the seventh (7th) circuit court to frame a county constitution which shall be submitted to the voters of Clay County? If approved, the Circuit Judges of the Circuit Court shall, within 60 days of certification of the election, appoint a County Constitution Commission to frame a County Constitution. Said Commission shall consist of fourteen residents of Clay County and shall be equally divided between the two political parties casting the greater number of votes at the last preceding gubernatorial election. The County Constitution Commission shall frame a County Constitution and shall submit such Constitution to the Election Board of Clay County, Missouri, within one (1) year of their selection by the Circuit Court, for placement on the next available County election date.

SHERIFF: Challenger has 30 years in law enforcement Continued from Page A1 target illegal immigration. “I could not be more conservative on this issue than anyone could be,” Boydston said. Boydston also offered attendees to take DVDs that teaches children safety on the internet to play for any children they may know.

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Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

Community Calendar TODAY, AUG. 30 BIBLE CAFE: Bible Café is held from 7 to 8 p.m. Thursdays at First Christian Church, 2018 Gentry St. in North Kansas City. Enter at the doors by the mailbox. Pastor Carla Hillyer leads discussion on the Gospel of John; bring your Bible if you have one. Participants also are encouraged to bring their own snacks. Free coffee, hot chocolate or lemonade is available, depending on the weather. Child care is available. For more information, call 842-2341. CHOIR: The Northland Sweet Adelines meet at 7 p.m. Thursdays at Antioch Community Church, 4805 NE Antioch Road, Kansas City North. For more information, contact Peg Simmons at 452-4302 or by email at jpsimford@att.net, or visit www.northlandchorus.org. RECOVERY: The Recovery Works Dual Recovery Treatment Group meets at Tri-County Mental Health Services from 10 to 11 a.m. on Thursdays. Persons seeking help with mental health issues and substance use problems will find a positive environment. The meetings are at the Lebedun Center, 5844 NE Russell Road in Kansas City. For more information, contact Tri-County Mental Health Services at 4680400 or visit www.tri-countymhs.org. WEIGHT LOSS SUPPORT: TOPS Chapter 1072 meets at 9:30 a.m. Thursdays at Kansas City North Community Center at 3930 N. Antioch Road. The group’s mission is to support members as they Take Off Pounds Sensibly. For more information, call Virginia Alban at 453-2370. PARKINSON’S EXERCISE: Parkinson’s seated exercise begins at 1 p.m. each Thursday at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 4301 NE Vivion Road in Kansas City North. The Parkinson FoundationHeartland program is free. TALK SERIES: Ernest Hemmingway and The Kansas City Star will be the topic of a series of talks hosted by Belvoir Winery focusing on Kansas City institutions and history. Talks will begin with a wine tasting at 6:30 p.m. Thursdays through Aug. 30. The cost is $5 for adults at the door. The winery is at 1325 Odd Fellows Road in Liberty. For more information, call 200-1811. KOSMOS: Kosmos Singles, a social group for adults 50 and older, will have its weekly mixer from 5 to 7 p.m. at Side Pockets, 600 NE Englewood Road in Kansas City. Meet on the north side of main floor. A dollar donation is requested. For more information on other activities, visit www.kosmossingles. com. BETA SIGMA PHI: The Kappa Lambda Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet at 7 p.m. This Career Chapter holds a meeting monthly and plans various social activities and service projects all year long. Membership in Beta Sigma Phi International is open to women of all ages. Call Shannon at 582-7676 for details.

FRIDAY, AUG. 31 FRIDAY IN THE PARK:

Big Shoal Country Fair coming to Atkins-Johnson Farm on Sept. 8 Live music from local bands, crafters and artisans, animal displays and children’s activities await fairgoers Saturday, Sept. 8, at the AtkinsJohnson Farm in Gladstone. The Big Shoal Country Fair will be presented by the Friends of the Atkins-Johnson Farm from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. The Kansas City Zoomobile will be available from 2 to 4 p.m., and the Stable T Petting Farm will have animals on the farm from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Cakewalks are scheduled throughout the day. Crafters and artisans will have their wares for sale, and a food truck will be selling goodies throughout the day. A special children’s area will be set up for youngsters to work on their own projects and play games. DJ the Balloon Man will be on hand from 1 to 3 p.m. Sugar Ridge bluegrass band will play a live show from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. The entrance to the farm is off Antioch Road across from White Chapel Funeral Home, 6600 N. Antioch Road in Gladstone. Festhaus Musikanten will bring the music of Germany to Friday in the Park at North Kansas City’s Festival Pavilion in Macken Park from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All concerts are free and open to the public, and every event features a drawing for prizes donated by local businesses. For more information, visit www.nkc.org or contact city hall at 274-6000.

MONDAY, SEPT. 3 HOLIDAY: Labor Day. NO SCHOOL: North Kansas City Schools students in kindergarten through 12th grade will not have class because of the Labor Day holiday.

WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 5 FAMILY GROUP: The Kansas City Family Group, sponsored by Tri-County Mental Health Services, will meet from 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the day program area of Tri-County Mental Health Services offices of the Northland Human Services Center, 3100 NE 83rd St., Kansas City North. For further information, call 468-0400. TOPS: Take Off Pounds Sensibly meets 9 to 10 a.m. weekly at Gloria Dei Lutheran Church, 6409 N.W. 72nd St. in Kansas City North. The non-profit weight loss group offers education and weight loss support. Visit for free. Class is led by a home economist and will continue every Wednesday. No registration is required. For information, call 7418708. FARMERS MARKET: The Gladstone Farmers market will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. one block east of North Oak Trafficway on Northeast 70th Street.

annual Gladfest will include live performances, a carnival, commercial and craft booths, food vendors and more over three days: Friday to Sunday, Oct. 5 to 7. The theme is Adventures At Sea. The festival will be held around 7010 N. Holmes. Form more information, visit www.gladstonechamber.com.

MONDAY, OCT. 8 CITY GOVERNMENT: The City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Gladstone City Hall. NO SCHOOL: North Kansas City Schools students in kindergarten through 12th grade will not have class because of a teachers’ professional development day.

SATURDAY, OCT. 13 FIGHT THE FLU: The sixth annual Ian’s Rainbow Flu Foundation’s Walking to Fight the Flu will raise awareness about the seriousness of influenza. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. with the walk starting at 11 a.m. at Macken Park in North Kansas City. Vaccines will be available from The Urgency Room. To register, visit www.iansrainbow. org/WalkRegistration.html. Gladstone Dispatch file photo

Toys mimicking the playthings of children of the late 1800s and early 1900s were on display at Six Gun Sally’s Trading Post at the Big Shoal Country Fair in September 2011. “No batteries required, just imagination and good old-fashioned Midwest know-how,” said owner Kathleen Shaw of Independence. Crafters and artisans again will sell their handmade items at this year’s Big Shoal Country Fair, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8.

THURSDAY, SEPT. 6 ART LEAGUE: The Northland Art League will meet at 7 p.m. at Fairview Christian Church, 1800 NW 65th St. in Gladstone. Porcelain artist Marty Hill will display and demonstrate her work.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 7 FRIDAY IN THE PARK: The group 3 Guys Named Dan will bring the sounds of acoustic rock to Friday in the Park on at North Kansas City’s Festival Pavilion in Macken Park from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All concerts are free and open to the public, and every event features a drawing for prizes donated by local businesses. For more information, visit www.nkc.org or contact city hall at 274-6000. NARFE: The National Active & Retired Federal Employee’s Association Platte/Clay Chapter 2256 will hold its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. at Wexford Place, 6500 N. Cosby. Dr. Greg Cummins will discuss “What is a Hospitalist, and where is my regular doctor?” Lunch will be available at Wexford Place after the meeting. For more information, call Ethlyn McCleave at 454-3491.

City Gardener Beth Houliha, will be held from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at large shelter house at Happy Rock Park, 76th and Northeast Antioch Road. Bring extra perennials to trade with other gardeners. For more information, call 423-4091.

MONDAY, SEPT. 10 CITY GOVERNMENT: The City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Gladstone City Hall.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 14 ART OPENING: The Gladstone Arts Commission will host an art opening for new works by acclaimed photographer Mike Sinclair at the Gladstone Community Center, 6901 N. Holmes. Sinclair has artfully captured the 25th season of Gladstone Theatre In the Park this summer. The show will be a commemorative occasion for his artistic vision, as well as the success of the community theater. For more information, email artsinfo@gladstone.mo.us.

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 21 QUILT SHOW: The Northland Needler’s 30th annual Quilt Show 2012 will begin at 9:30 a.m. and run through Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Salvation Army Community Center, 5306 N. Oak Trafficway. More than 110 quilts will be on display. The event will also include a free pattern, a special exhibit, door prizes, boutique, a merchants mall, opportunity quilts, tea room, and an auction to support Veronica’s Voice of Kansas City. The cost is $3.

MONDAY, SEPT. 24 CITY GOVERNMENT: The City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Gladstone City Hall.

TUESDAY, SEPT. 25

HALF DAY OF SCHOOL: North Kansas City Schools students in kindergarten through 12th grade will have a half day of school because of a teachers’ professional development day.

PARKINSON’S SUPPORT: A Parkinson’s support group meets at 1 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 4301 NE Vivion Road in Kansas City North. For more information, call Alicia Scott at 214-7034.

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THURSDAY, SEPT. 27

COUNTRY FAIR: The Big Shoal Country Fair is scheduled from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 8, at the Atkins-Johnson Farm. The entrance to the farm is off Antioch Road across from White Chapel Funeral Home, 6600 N. Antioch Road in Gladstone.

FUNDRAISER: The fifth annual fundraiser for the Darrel Bland Sertoma Club is planned for noon to 3 p.m. at AMF Pro-Bowl in North Kansas City. Family fun with lunch is provided. The cost is $10 per person for either mini-golf or go-cart racing, and $18 per person for both. Proceeds will help support the club’s service projects and scholarships. Complete the registration form at http://www.serto-

BREAKFAST CLUB: The Safety and Health Council of Western Missouri and Kansas will host its breakfast club at 8:30 a.m. at the Gladstone Community Center, 6901 N. Holmes. The topic will be fire prevention at your business.

PLANT EXCHANGE: A fall plant exchange, hosted by the Gladstone Parks & Recreation Department and

FRIDAY, OCT. 5 GLADFEST: The 33rd

MONDAY, OCT. 22 CITY GOVERNMENT: The City Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Gladstone City Hall.

TUESDAY, OCT. 23 PARKINSON’S SUPPORT: A Parkinson’s support group meets at 1 p.m. the fourth Tuesday of each month at St. Luke’s Presbyterian Church, 4301 NE Vivion Road in Kansas City North. For more information, call Alicia Scott at 214-7034.

FRIDAY, OCT. 26 FRIGHT NIGHT: Friday Fright Night with trick-ortreating and ghost stories will begin at 6 p.m. at Oak Grove Park.

ONGOING ANIMAL SHELTER: The Gladstone Animal Shelter is open 12:30 to 5:30 p.m. daily. The shelter, at 3960 NE 76th St., just north of Happy Rock Park, houses, provides veterinary care and facilitates adoptions for homeless animals. For more information, call 436-1810. HAZARDOUS WASTE: Free hazardous waste dropoff is available to Gladstone residents year round by appointment at 4707 Deramus Ave. Call 7842080 for an appointment. RESALE SHOP: The ReSale Shop has an ongoing need for gently used donations and old “treasures.” Staffed and managed entirely by volunteers, the shop raises funds for Assistance League of Kansas City, which provides many philanthropic programs to the community. Call 455-4485 for more information. Submit events for the Community Calendar by emailing gladstonenews@npgco.com.


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Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

Community Voices

Museum group hears about Interurban Railroad The Kansas City, Clay County, and St. Joseph Railroad (KCCC&SJ), an electric railway system also known as the Interurban, was the topic of the Clay County Museum and Historical Society’s August study group discussion. More than 30 interested Interurban enthusiasts, including the two most well-known historians on the subject, David Short and Ed Conrad, were present. Interesting facts about the Interurban relayed in the discussion included that the Interurban was the electric railway equivalent to the Titanic in its luxury and comfort. It was clean, quiet, dependable and reasonably priced. Each passenger car

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UP NEXT The Clay County Museum and Historical Society Study Group will next meet on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to discuss early post offices in Clay County. The event is free, and all are welcome to attend. had a smoking compartment with leather seats and was heated in the winter. Constructed by the Wyandotte Construction Co., the Interurban ran from 1913 to 1933. The system consisted of a 52-mile line linking Kansas City to St. Joseph and a 27.7-mile line from Kansas City to Excelsior Springs. During its peak, 1913 to 1923, its earnings rose

annually from $198,000 to $455,877. Its revenue exceeded $1 million per year for five consecutive years. In 1923, more than 2,323,000 tickets were sold. The KCCC&SJ Interurban had relatively few accidents. It was a good employer and paid well. Its employees voted to unionize in 1918, but in 1919 voted the union out, preferring instead the owner-employee relationship they had previously. The Interurban never segregated its passengers. All who rode sat wherever a seat was available. To minimize contact with livestock, the rail line was fenced on each side along the entire route. Alarms were installed at all intersections. Travelling up to 80 miles per hour, the Interurban was

the fastest transportation in the area when paved roads were nonexistent and automobiles were few in number. With the paving of first Highway 10 (now Route H) in 1924, with more paved roads soon to follow, and increased ownership of automobiles, passenger service on the Interurban ended in 1933. People preferred driving their own vehicles. Short and Conrad answered many questions put to them by the study group. Short also told of the huge archival collection of Interurban records and memorabilia in his possession, and of his dream to have an Interurban museum. He owns the largest known collection of KCCC&SJ-related material, from blueprints to the bankruptcy inventory of the

entire system. He even owns two rail cars. Conrad, author of the book “Heartland Traction” about the interurban lines of Kansas City, told of his interest in trains beginning when he was a boy riding the trolleys and interurban lines of his hometown of Milwaukee. Conrad suggested that if anyone wants a present -day light rail experience across countryside such as the Interurban ran, to ride the Shiloh-Scott segment of the Metro Transit-St. Louis transportation system. Clay County Museum and Historical Society Study Group members contributed to the discussion recalling such facts as when the city of Glenaire was known as Interurban Heights, a suburban development that

was an outgrowth of the KCCC&SJ Interurban route. Members also noted that the route between Liberty and Excelsior Springs closely paralleled Highway H and its infrastructure can be seen on the land along the highway. On display for the study group to view was a 4-foot, 80-pound length of rail salvaged when the Interurban tracks in Liberty were removed in the 1980s. The Clay County Museum and Historical Society Study Group will next meet on Tuesday, Sept. 11, to discuss early post offices in Clay County. The event is free, and all are welcome to attend. Jana Becker leads the Clay County Museum and Historical Society discussion groups.

Learning to cope with fear in this journey called life Boulder, Colo., in the summertime is breathtaking. We took a mini-vacation to escape the cruel heat of Missouri and to give the kids an opportunity to see the mountains of Colorado. We all enjoyed it — well, not everyone. Gideon, our 8-year-old, was mad because he missed his friends. During the 10hour drive (yes, you heard me correctly), the entire 10hour drive, he sang a little ditty that goes something like this: “I hate Colora-ahdoh. I hate the mou-outa-ta-ins. They suck, suck, suck, suck. Oh yeah.” The “oh yeah” was just because

all good songs should have a big finish. Our middle child, Izabel, is our tender one. She was afraid of falling during our hike and scared of the lightening during the storm that followed. In every photo, her 9-year-old cheeks are tear-stained, but at least there are majestic mountains in the background. Mark, Elliot and I, however, loved the hiking, swimming, waterfalls, mountains, cool air — you name it. Physically, we were all standing in the same mountains, but mentally we were on much more peaceful ground than the

DIANE POPENHAGEN two youngest members of our family. So, as writers are wont to do, I started thinking how this principle could apply to other aspects of our lives. When I move a senior adult, they are often fearful. Change is intimidating — I don’t care who you

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are. However, what if the unknown holds beautiful waterfalls of adventure and awesome mountains to appreciate? Will all our photos show magnificent terrain and tear-stained cheeks? Will the water in our eyes blur our ability to appreciate the beauty of our new chapter? Fear, above all else, is a thief; an insatiable thief. He won’t stop until he has all of our joy and potential. I am also familiar with the senior adults who are clinging to all that they have left behind or have lost. They sing their songs of discontent through

hours of adventure and beauty. I’m writing this for myself, as well. I get upset when I can’t watch “Wheel of Fortune” at 6:30 or if I can’t find my Spearmint Extra gum at the store. However, when I leave the store, there is a fantastic world waiting for me. When “Wheel of Fortune” isn’t on, there are other forms of entertainment vying for my attention. If I stop singing my grumbling tune and speak positively about my surroundings, I’m always surprised by the beauty around me. It’s not the same kind of fantastic, but a new fantastic is just

as nice. It is often true that a song sung in screeching notes of discontent drowns out our ears ability to hear the birds sing and children laugh around us. I know that not all trips are to beautiful geography. Some are to the doctor’s office, rehab, assisted living or in with an adult child. However, you always have the option to proceed without fear and sing a song of hope. Diane Popenhagen is the president of Caring Transitions, which specializes in senior move management, downsizing and estate sales.


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Tr i- Cou nt y Menta l Health Services Employment Services Supervisor Missy McGaw has been named Employee of the Quarter. McGaw and her fourmember team also were the first employment services group in Missouri to receive a newly created “exemplary” rating by the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Starting as an employment specialist, McGaw has been with Tri-County for two years. She previously served with the Missouri divisions of Children’s Services and Social Services. She earned a bachelor’s degree at Park University and is working on

For the sixth year out of the past eight, financialservices firm Edward Jones ranks highest in investor satisfaction with full service brokerage firms, according to the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 Full Service Investor Satisfaction Study. According to a press release, the study measures overall investor satisfaction with full service investment firms based on seven factors: investment advisor, investment performance, account information, account offerings, commissions and fees, website and problem resolution. Edward Jones’ overall score climbed 15 points over last year, highest among the 14 largest firms rated, as well as 28 points above the industry average. The local Edward Jones branch is at 4401 N.E. Vivion Road, suite 202, in Kansas City North.

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Classes have begun at schools soon all across the Northland, and drivers are urged to be ready for increased student and parent traffic on or near state roads, reminds the Northwest Region Coalition for Roadway Safety. Many schools and bus routes are located on or near state roads, and the coalition wants to ensure everyone arrives alive. Here are some “back-to-school” safe driving reminders: ■ Expect heavy traffic around schools, with cars dropping off students in the morning and picking them up in the afternoon. Parents behind the wheel may be distracted. ■ Expect students walking and riding bicycles to and from schools or waiting at school bus stops. Notice “School Bus Stop Ahead” signs and be prepared to slow down or stop. ■ Expect school buses starting and stopping and traveling slowly each morning and afternoon. Stop when a bus has its red warning lights flashing and stop sign extended. ■ Slow down where speed limits are reduced at a school, including where flashing lights are installed.

For more information on pedestrian and bus safety, go to www.savemolives.com. You can also call MoDOT at 1-888-ASK-MoDOT (888-275-6636).

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Parents should make sure students know and follow traffic safety rules. Here are a few tips: ■ Use sidewalks where available. If you must walk in the street, walk single file facing traffic and stay close to the edge of the road. ■ Cross streets only at intersections. Don’t dart out between cars. When crossing a street — in a crosswalk or at a corner — wait until all cars are stopped before stepping out. That means all cars in all lanes in both directions. ■ Walk, don’t run. Look both ways. Assume drivers cannot see you. ■ Don’t walk distracted. Focus on traffic. Avoid using cell phones, ear buds and hand-held games. ■ Obey signs and signals. ■ When getting off a school bus, look both ways before walking in front of the bus into the street in case an approaching car does not stop. “Don’t go back” if you forget something or drop something. ■ In bad weather, with wet or slick pavement, expect cars to take a longer distance to stop. ■ When it’s dark outside, make yourself visible. Wear light colors and reflective strips and use a flashlight.

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Business Notes Bond Built Roofing Co. of Gladstone has been awarded the Certified Green Roofer designation from GAF, the largest roofing manufacturer in North America. The GAF Certified Green Roofer program was designed in consultation with the U.S. Green Building Council in order to recognize leading roofing companies for their commitment to sustainable business practices. As part of the designation process, Bond Built has participated in USGBC-approved training on the many important contributions the roofing system makes to a green home, including the advanced technology behind cool roofing; techniques for improving indoor air quality via proper attic ventilation; preparing a roof for solar energy; and asphalt shingle recycling. Additionally, Bond Built has made a commitment to running a sustainable jobsite and has agreed to participate in their local

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ENTERTAINMENT

Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

Horoscopes ARIES • Mar 21/Apr 20

the ideal time to make your move because Aries, balance and harmony will reign there isn’t anything pressing going on. supreme this week. If there is something you have been meaning to change, now is SCORPIO • Oct 24/Nov 22 the time to get it done. Scorpio, your surroundings may try your patience this week. Rise above any potenTAURUS • Apr 21/May 21 tial confrontations, and you will come out Intentions can be lost when commu- looking and feeling better because of it. nication is not effective, Taurus. So don’t expect someone to understand simply by SAGITTARIUS • Nov 23/Dec 21 You may be misunderstood all day, but your actions alone. Explain yourself along that won’t put a damper on your good the way. mood, Sagittarius. Let others think what they want to think and simply carry on. GEMINI • May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, sometimes you give off the impression that everything is going well, CAPRICORN • Dec 22/Jan 20 even when it is not. Hiding your emoCapricorn, a new person in your life tions works sometimes, but this week find will become a close friend for a long time. another strategy. This person will have the qualities you need the most right now, and friendship CANCER • Jun 22/Jul 22 will be easy. Cancer, most of the time you seem slow and steady. But every once in a while you AQUARIUS • Jan 21/Feb 18 show some passion that others may not You’re feeling like it’s time to take matexpect from you. These sudden bursts are ters into your own hands, Aquarius. Don’t human. put off your happiness any longer. It’s too important to push aside.

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D i r e c to r S t a n le y Kubrick’s 1987 Vietnamera war opus celebrates its silver anniversary in style, in packaging that incorporates a 44-page hardcover book with reflections and photos by actor Matthew Modine, who starred as Pvt. “Joker”; with an hour-long documentary about the late director; another featurette on the making of the movie; and, of course, a hi-def Blu-ray of the film itself, a harrowing, two-part saga about the process that turns young military recruits into trained killers. (And in case you’ve forgotten, yes, that’s Vincent D’Onofrio, who’d years later become the TV star of “Law and Order,” as Pvt. Leonard “Gomer Pyle” Lawrence.)

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At said time and place, and promptly thereafter, all bids that have been duly received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work consists of the following: Approximately 900 linear feet of grading, asphalt paving, drainage, and other incidental construction for a driveway and associated right-turn turn lane improvements along the eastbound lanes of US-69. Contract Documents including drawings and specifications can be viewed/downloaded at www.ci.liberty.mo.us or are on file for public inspection at the office of the City Engineer of Liberty, Missouri and TranSystems, 2400 Pershing, Suite 400, Kansas City, Missouri. The official Bid Package (hardcopy) must be obtained from TranSystems, 2400 Pershing, Suite 400, Kansas City, Missouri for a fee of $50 excluding postage & handling. A satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to five percent, (5%) of the total bid for work shall be submitted with each proposal. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds. The City of Liberty, Missouri reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any formalities in the bidding. Bids may be held by the City of Liberty, Missouri for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days from the date of the opening of bids for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to awarding the contract. City Engineer Liberty, Missouri Brian Hess Publish: Aug. 23 & 30 and Sept. 6, 2012 Sell it in the Classifieds! Call 816.389.6618

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Personals

172

Bid Notices

CITY OF LIBERTY, MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at the office of the City Engineer, 3rd floor of City Hall in Liberty, Missouri until 10:00 a.m. local time, Thursday, September 13, 2012 for Utility Public Improvements-Heartland Meadows Industrial Park, City Project #12006 At said time and place, and promptly thereafter, all bids that have been duly received will be publicly opened and read aloud. The work consists of the following: Construction of approximately 2,255 linear feet of 10inch PVC sanitary sewer, including highway bore, and related structures; construction of approximately 50 linear feet of 12-inch C900 watermain, and approximately 120 linear feet to 4-foot x 4-foot reinforced box culvert and related piping and structures. Contract Documents including drawings and specifications can be viewed/downloaded at www.ci.liberty.mo.us or are on file for public inspection at the office of the City Engineer of Liberty, Missouri and AGC Engineers, Inc., 405 S Leonard, Suite D, Liberty, Missouri. The official Bid Package (hardcopy) must be obtained from AGC Engineers, Inc., 405 S Leonard, Suite D, Liberty, Missouri for a fee of $75 excluding postage & handling. A satisfactory bid bond executed by the bidder and an acceptable surety, in an amount equal to five percent, (5%) of the total bid for work shall be submitted with each proposal. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds. The City of Liberty, Missouri reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive any formalities in the bidding. Bids may be held by the City of Liberty, Missouri for a period not to exceed ninety (90) days from the date of the opening of bids for the purpose of reviewing the bids and investigating the qualifications of bidders, prior to awarding the contract. City Engineer Liberty, Missouri Brian Hess Publish: Aug. 23 & 30 and Sept. 6, 2012

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Steel/Metal Buildings

206

www.libertytribune.com

Real Estate

Rentals

200

300

Buisness For Sale

304

Public Notice

132

$799 per mo + deposit. Call June 816-436-0101

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Liberty

Professionally Managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Company

Gladstone: 2 story, 1-2 BR, house sized, spacious garage, close shopping, senior discount, no pets. $575. Call 453-7870.

$550 1730 sq.ft. $115,000.00 Located in Historic Downtown Kearney, MO. Good traffic area, several other businesses in same area- walk way between building- Access to strip center- central AC/heat. Ready to move in. Call for appt. 816-903-3603 or 816-309-1159 113 E. Washington Kearney MO, 64060

231

Homes For Sale

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Liberty- 1 half duplex, 2BR, 1BA, 1 car garage, rec-room, CA. $625 /mo + dep. Owner/Agent Mike Littlejohn, 816-407-5058.

2 bdrm 1 bath Extra Clean

4-Plex Gladstone 2br, appl, c/a, w/d hk-ups, clean credit req. Owner. $495. 816-587-5544 N o Application Fee

• 1 Bedroom

See office for details.

Cherokee Village Apartments

7 ACRES - $38,500. Between I-35 & Polo. Creeks and some woods. Water & electricity. Low down payment, owner financing. 816-5803980 or 816-589-0092.

241

Manufactured Homes

2 BR, 1BA. Newly remodeled, NKC School District, conveniently located. No pets. $550/mo. call 452-0866.

262

Steel/Metal Buildings

Public Notice

3 BR, 2 BA, 2 Car Garage w/open. New Remod, w/d hook-ups, $1300/mo + deposit. 816-215-3519

Clayton- 3BR, 1& 3/4BA, wood stove, hardwood floors, 2 car gar., appliances & W/D, 1st & last mo. rent + dep. $900/mo. 701-6645.

Liberty, MO

(816) 781-6537

OAK TREE APTS (2004 Swift Ave, NKC)

Studios with Kitchen Single Adults Only

(816) 452-0099

Lots/Acreage

Houses For Rent

319

7210 N Highland- 3 BR, 2.5 BA, family room, new carpet & paint, $995 + dep. Avail. imm. 816-2234474 or 816-589-1168.

• 2 Bedrooms

239

Approx. 900 sqft., over-sized bay, office w/bath, plenty of parking, $800/mo. Avail. 10/1 816-679-8636

3BR Ranch, very nice area in Gladstone, 734-260-2644.

• Studios

Remodeled & Cozy $105,000 Spacious Kitchen ~ Stainless Steel Appliances Reece & Nichols 628-6611

Garages For Rent

316

781-4460

DEPOSITS LOWERED !

Gladstone Raised Ranch 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2 car garage fireplace, deck, security system, appliances, new roof, hot water tank (2yrs old), newer carpet, fenced yard, eat-in kitchen, formal dining room, new kitchen floor, new range top microwave. $139,900. Call for appointment 816-436-0753

Duplexes

3 BR, 1.5 BA Duplex in Liberty, all appliances included except fridge, 1 car garage. W/D hookups.

Apartments Unfurnished

Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Co.

Renovated 1BR Apt Senior Community Rent Based on Income Landmark Towers Apartments 1203 W College St Liberty, MO 64068 816-781-5410

Liberty 2 bdrm, 1 bath, hardwood floors, fireplace, 1 car garage, fenced back yard, small pet w/deposit. Close to downtown. $975 816-781-4460 N.Kansas City - 2 Bdrm, 1 Full Bath, 1 Car Garage, Basement, Lg. Yard. Non-Smokers, No Pets. $700/mth. Call 816-803-8747

Mobile Home Sites

325 310

Duplexes

Northgate Mobile Estates Claycomo- Quaint neighborhood, close to shopping, schools & hwys. Single lots $315. Water and sewer paid, yards mowed.

3 Bdrms, 1 1/2 bath, 1 car garage, appliances, Schumacher School. 838 Walker Court. Clean & ready to go. $850 816-781-4460

816-452-0866

3BR, 2.5 bath, attached garage., newly decorated. $900/mo. No pets. Liberty. 816-781-3589.

Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry R/E Co.

349

Townhomes For Rent

2-3 BR, 2.5 BA, beautiful inside, finished basement w/full BA & laundry room. 816-741-0255.

4-plex, 2BR, C/A, appl.,

132

310

water pd., newly remodled, $500/mo., $150 dep. 436-7871

Sell it in the Classifieds! Call 816.389.6618

Our office will be closed Monday, September 3

304

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Apartments Unfurnished

kccommunitynews.com Click Classifieds

304

Apartments Unfurnished

Labor Day Holiday

Liberty Area Apartments Small Town Charm, Big City Conveniences! ✧✧ 1 & 2 Bedrooms ✧✧ $399-$535 Close to Historic Liberty Square

Call (816) 452-0866 Professionally managed by Charles F. Curry Real Estate Company

FOR SALE BY OWNER

Homes for Sale • 10 lines • 4 weeks • Free photo • Free border

NO REALTORS, PLEASE

55

$

AUTO

Car, Truck or Motorcycle • 5 lines • 4 weeks • Free photo

PETS

Litter Special • 4 lines • 4 weeks

25

$

(only change allowed is phone number or price)

Sell in 4 Weeks or Additional 4 Weeks FREE!

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CALL 816.389.6618 or 816.389.6640 TO PLACE YOUR AD TODAY!


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Financial

400 401

Business Opportunity

LOWEST LEASE RATES & EXCELLENT LOCATION! Old Church Plaza in Kearney has rental spaces for hair salon, clothing/shoe retail and/or offices available immediately. Center includes UPS Store, Anytime Fitness, LaFuente Restaurant, Nail Salon, etc. Spaces from approx. 950 to 3,600 sq ft currently available. Call Chalise at 660-292-0213 for more information. www.oldchurchplaza.com

Employment

500 515

533

Trucking/ Drivers

654

Owner Operators: Business has expanded. Great Rates and Fuel surcharge. Local MO, KS and CO home daily! Lease purchase and sign on bonus. Jim: 888-3351615 x1.

OTR DRIVERS

We are currently seeking OTR Reefer and End Dump Drivers to run 48 states. Qualified applicants must be at least 24 years of age and have a minimum of 2 years experience with a clean MVR. Generally home every other weekend, sometimes weekly. Applicants will be subject to DOT drug testing & all previous employment will be verified. If you are interested in joining our team, give Shane or Todd a call at (816)792-3193.

Help Wanted

Garage Sales

Liberty- 407 S LaFrenz Rd., Thurs. - Mon., tools, generator, water troft, tillers, grill, building supplies & misc. Liberty- Fri. 8a-3p, & Sat. 9a-3p. Lots of baby/kid stuff, some furniture. 13116 N. Stark Ave. SMITHVILLE - ESTATE SALE 17712 N. HWY 169. 3 DAYS Aug 30, 31, & Sept 1. 7a-4:30p Bedroom furniture, couch, chair, love seat, glassware, shoes, clothes, hospital scrubs, kitchen table & chairs, some tools. Terms Cash. Keith Watson residence. Don’t Miss!!! Smithville- Sat., Sept. 1st, 8am4pm. 428 Marina Ct. 2 queen beds, bedding, lamps, tables, chairs, sofa, dining table, pots, pans, dishes, grills, books, refrigerator, tablesaw, scrap lumber, tv and much more.

654

Garage Sales

760

B7 L I B E R T YDispatch T R I B U N E A11 Gladstone

Merchandise

Transportation

700

1300

Household Goods

Very nice 4-pc. med./dark bedroom suite. Triple dresser, chiffonier, 2 night stands w/drawers. $350. 816792-5563.

772

Musical Instruments

All Northland Area

Cordillera Ranch Apartments Kansas City, MO 64158 Housekeeper Position Duties include: experience in the apartment industry, cleaning vacant units and various other areas as needed. We offer a competitive salary, medical, dental, life, FSA and 401K. Email your resume and salary requirement to: cordillera@sentinelcorp.com. EOE Exercise facility seeks female self starter looking for an opportunity. Must be active, energetic, and physically fit. Management experience helpful. Send resume to: Exercise, PO Box 140, Kearney, MO 64060. Part-time, evenings & weekends: Detailed person or couple to assist with commercial cleaning. Also, Floor Care technician. Retirees welcome. Respond to: Cleaning, PO Box 414, Kearney, MO 64060. Picture Perfect Lawn Care Service ** Now Hiring ** Fall Laborers $9 per hour to start. Call: 532-4720

PIZZA RANCH IS NOW HIRING

ALL POSITIONS

1st Kansas City Location ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 08/17 THRU 09/23 MON-SUN 10AM TO 4PM At Comfort Suites Hotel Liberty, MO

562

795

Wanted To Buy/Trade

Diabetic test strips wanted- up to $10 for extra, unused boxes. 816510-2301.

654

Garage Sales

Healthcare

Director of Nursing

Registered Nurse with Long Term Care Experience needed. must be a self-starter that can supervise and manage employees. Please contact Debbie at dmenzenberg@romahc.com

MDS Coordinator

Registered Nurce or Licensed Practical Nurse with experience in Long Term Care doing Care Plans and MDS 3.0. Please contact Debbie at dmenzenberg@romahc.com

533

Trucking/ Drivers

DRIVERS: Home Weekly! Intermodal, Dry Van, Flatbed, Excellent benefits /Bonuses. CDL-A, 1 yr. Exp. / Refreshers Welcome. Connie or Marnie (866)374-8487.

515 

Help Wanted

211 North Bridge •Smithville, MO Friday - Saturday 9a-5p - Sunday 9a-4p August 31 - September 1-2 The Kathryn & Ward Hanks Home Estate Sale and Collector Pieces from Kathryn Interiors Antique shop of Smithville Step back in time to buy what Kathryn took to her home from her store (Kathryn Interiors). Everything from a 1800's French Clock, Oriental Screen, Documentary Stamps, early 1900's Post Cards, Vintage Furniture, to Knick Knacks galore. Dining Set, Breakfront, Vintage Furnishings, Slate Pool Table, Lots of China, DIsplay Cabinetry, Haviland Limoges, Arthur M. Kraft Paintings, Everything from normal housewares to unique art pieces, Pottery, Electric Scooter, Kitchenware, Hand Carved Canopy Bed, Rugs and so much more. This Sale is truly an experience. Pictures tell it all.

www.MammothEstateSales.com

770

Garage Sales

650

FOR YOUR GOOD CLEAN USED CAR, TRUCK OR VAN. CALL RICK: 816-781-1026 or 816-223-4655

Call An Expert

1400 1437

Estate Sales

Preschool made easy.

Garage Sales

ClaycomoVILLAGE OF CLAYCOMO VILLAGE WIDE GARAGE SALE SATURDAY, Sept. 1, 2012 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Look for garage sale signs! Rain or Shine

Gladstone- Garage Sale, 7008 N Walnut St., Sat. 8a-4p Gladstone-4040 NE 59th TerBrooktree, Th 8/30-Fri 8/31, 8-4 Sat 8-12. Everything priced to sell-Malibu Pilates baby items toys furniture formals shoes & misc. designer, boutique, name brand exc cond clothes coats child teen adult all sizes incl petite red hat items Hallmark, tshirts 4 sale 2 benefit veterans KC North- Large Moving Sale. 8006 Windsor Dr. Fri. & Sat. 7anoon. 5 pc. light oak girl’s bedroom set, weight bench, couches, love seat, air compressor, riding lawn mower, girl’s clothing.

515

Help Wanted

APARTMENT MAINTENANCE



North of the River apartment complex needs maintenance person. Must have own transportation. Some tools required. Basic plumbing, electrical, HVAC & carpentry experience necessary. HVAC certified. Salary plus benefits.

C a l l Ju n e ( 8 1 6 ) 4 3 6 - 0 1 0 1 

 Are you a people person? Can you effectively communicate complex information with customers and serve as a consultant to their businesses? Do you provide top-notch customer service? The Liberty Tribune is looking for a sophisticated, energetic person to sell comprehensive marketing and advertising solutions to Northland businesses. This position will work with a base of existing customers, but will also rely on extensive new-business prospecting in search of long-term relationships with customers. This challenging position offers comprehensive benefits, paid time off and a base salary plus commission. EOE Send cover letter, resume and salary history to: Matt Daugherty Liberty Tribune Publisher mdaugherty@npgco.com

#1JANE A’s Professional Housecleaning, LLC Complete Service, Reasonable Rates, Serving Liberty &The Northland. Supplies Furnished. Insured • Licensed• Bonded 816-868-5024

1600

Painting

S & F PAINTING Interior/Exterior, Paperhanging Residential/Comm. Quality Work, Reasonable Rates. 24 Years Experience

816-734-5580

Roofing/ Guttering

BETTER ROOFING & CONTRACTING Full Tear-offs, Re-roofs, Gutters. Free Estimates. MC/Visa. Lic. & Ins.

Miscellaneous

770

Miscellaneous

There are no redos. Should I or shouldn’t I? Attached with fun. 16 yrs. exp. 2 openings ages 2-5. 816-436-9514

Handyman Services

1527

FAMILY MAN NEEDS WORK

Lawncare, gar. & bas. cleaning, odd jobs, hauling.

816-320-3990

1530

Haul/Trash Removal

David’s Hauling & Cleanup Serving the Northland Trash, Brush, Appliances, Construction, Basement, House, Rental, Cleanouts, Garage cleaning. Insured. Free estimates.

GENERAL HAULING House cleanouts, heavy appliances, yard cleanup. Haul and dispose. Fully insured, In business 24 yrs. 816-454-0289 www.steveshauling.com

HUGE ESTATE SALE 3 DAY EVENT Thurs. 8/30, Fri. 8/31 & Sat. 9/1 Open 8:00 am 317 S. Marimack Dr., Kearney Treasure Hunter’s Dream: Lots of collectibles, antiques, tools, furniture, YOU NAME IT - WE GOT IT!

654

Home/Business Cleaning

Childcare

816-868-0427

651

1540

1635

Fast dependable service since1987

Gladstone- Everything goes! Camping equipment, furniture, beds, dining table, kitchen table, couch, chairs, refrigerator, Bowflex Ultimate weight machine, motorcycle trailers, flat bed trailer and much more. 6718 N Michigan Ave. Fri., Sat., Sun., 9a-5p

PT Front Desk Clerk

Wanted Automotive

HAUL AWAY SCRAP: Cars $, old appliances, metal, junk etc. Call Auggie anytime 816-984-9128.

816-452-2527

Gladstone- 8028 N Lydia Ave. Sept. 1, Sept 2, & Sept. 7. 8a-2pm. 2003 Dodge Caravan, clothes, dishes, bedding, home decor, desks, umpire gear, & lots of misc.

2nd shift, 3p-11p, must be able to work weekends, great attitude required. Please apply in person 8551 N. Church Rd., Kansas City.

1390

CASH !!!!

New & used Pianos on sale at Meyer Music Call: Bette (816)228-5656 or Mike (913)491-6636

Individuals, Partners, Retirees

(816) 472-8181 K.K. Custom

FOR SALE- 1996 electric club car golf cart. Call 816-695-1282. in Kearney.

550

2-5 evenings/wk

Worlds of Fun • Gladstone • Liberty Barry Rd / I-29

Fun Vehicles

Healthcare

JANITORIAL OFFICE CLEANING ● PT, 4-hour shift ● No weekends

1385

Haul/Trash Removal

1530

Auctions

need quick cash? Let our classifieds work for you.

816.781.4941

www.libertytribune.com

Gun - Ammo & Related

AUCTION Sunday, Sept. 2 • 11AM

North Country Community Center Lawson, Missouri 4-1/2 mi. N. of Excelsior Springs, MO. on Highway 69

Very nice selection of rifles, shotguns, handguns, ammo, guns cases, clips and many more related items. For terms and complete auction listing and photos call or check website. Online bidding will be available through Proxibid.com on guns only.

Preview: 9AM

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HERE’S MY CARD Business

AIR CONDITIONING

TO ADVERTISE IN THE HERE’S MY CARD SECTION CALL 816.454.9660 Ser vices Director y

HAULING

CENTRAL A/C WITH FURNACE Installed $3395

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HOME IMPROVEMENT Licensed

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Residential Friendly • Dumpster Rental

www.bintheredumpthat.com

(816) 436-9988

816-429-7221

BLACK DIRT / BOBCAT

Brian’s Hauling AND Clean Up 7am to 7pm 7 Days a Week Senior Basement Citizen & Garage Discount

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STITES REMODELING Basements • Decks Sunrooms • Kitchens Bathrooms • Tile Painting (interior/exterior) Siding • Windows • Doors and More

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FREE ESTIMATES

• Fast816-868-0427 • Dependable Service Since “1987â€?

816-729-5532

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Bonded & Insured PERSONALIZED CARE OF YOUR PETS

in their own environment www.noworriespetcare.net Feedin g, Walking

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816-532-2356

NEED QUALITY TREE CARE AT AN AFFORDABLE PRICE?

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816-365-7941 • 816-320-2355

Call us today for your FREE on-site inspection & estimate.

ELECTRICAL

Agape Improvement Company Remodeling & Painting Contractor

741-6206 • FREE ESTIMATES •

$100 OFF of $550 Service $50 OFF of $300 Service $25 OFF of $175 Service

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QUALITY INSTALLATION CLEAN REMOVAL PLUS WALL & TRIM REPAINTING

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27+ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE FREE ROOM MEASURES

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ONE CALL FOR ALL OF YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT NEEDS LICENSED & INSURED QUALITY GUARANTEED

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Shrub Pruning, Tree Trimming Tree Removal & Planting Mowing-Seeding-Sodding

Call Doug Stites for FREE Estimates Family owned - over 40 years experience

Leaking Basement Sump Pump Systems Wall Replacement Cracked Walls Exterior Excavation WaterprooďŹ ng Piers and Anchoring

On-Line Reservations

Owners: Ronny & Lisa McKown Insured & with work comp

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BUILDING/REMODELING

Interior & Exterior Painting New Decks & Restain Old Decks Landscaping Fascia & Soffit Repair Call For More Information

PET CARE

LAWN AND LANDSCAPE

536-2974

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Tree Trimming and Removal • Shrubbery Trimming & Removal • Gutters Cleared • Additional Services

GLADSTONE

Free Estimates and Senior Discounts

FURNACE & A/C Co.

Serving the Northland For 19 Years

5816 N. Oak Trfwy Gladstone, MO 64118

Serving the Northland for over 63 Years Family Owned & Operated – Service & Sales

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Gladstone Dispatch A13

Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

On the Lanes

Marriage Licenses

Men High Game Leon Billings Bryan Russell Jeff Simpson Brandon Carlson Darrell Derstler Jay Kreitzer

290 290 279 279 278 278

Men High Series Bryan Russell Leon Billings Jay Kreitzer Mike Vega Jr. Darrell Derstler Tom Micks

791 770 755 753 738 737

Women High Game Karla Kliethermes Julie Mc Cook Tracy Elliott Kelly Gibbs Amber Schell Shauna Elliott Vickie Simms

267 266 247 244 235 235 234

Women High Series Julie Mc Cook Amber Schell Kelly Gibbs Tracy Elliott Karla Kliethermes Lynn Crowley Vickie Simms

689 667 656 654 651 626 603

Senior Men High Series Pat Henderson 743 Homer Cheers 720 Fred Coleman 704 Steve Edwards 651 John Deatherage 642

Senior Women High Game Artice Kramer 220 Marty Everett 219 Barbara Butts 21 Velma Harris 215 Betty Lewis 211

Senior Women High Series Artice Kramer 595 Barbara Butts 575

eterson P a n n Lavo Early Childhood Montessori Schools

Excellent Quality Care and Education Infant – Toddler – Preschool – Kindergarten 7:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Fall & School Year Programs Owner/Executive Director Lavonna Peterson BA MA

North 5026 N. Brighton K.C. Mo 64119 816-455-1175

LOCATIONS: Westport/Plaza Lee’s Summit 3930 Baltimore 812 SW Forestpark Ln K.C. Mo 64111 Lee’s Summit Mo 64081 816-753-6633 816-246-9300

Tammy Smith

Jennifer Zimmerman

DIRECTORS:

Cinda Eastabrooks

PAUL K. REEVES Sales & Leasing A, X & Z Plan Representative Ford Motor Company Retiree

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First Baptist Church 300 S. Bridge St. Smithville, MO 64089 The congregation of First Baptist Church of Smithville voted recently to call Rev. Stephanie B. Swanson as their pastor. Below is information on Stephanie and her family: Rev. Stephanie Swanson grew up in the Chicago area and attended William Jewell College, earning a Bachelor of Arts in Religion in 2005. For the last seven years she resided in North Carolina while she completed her Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University School of Divinity in 2008 and began her career in ministry. During that time, she served as the Minister of Congregational Life at Emerywood Baptist Church in High Point, North Carolina. Stephanie met her husband, Charles Smith, who is originally from Independence, Missouri, while they were attending William Jewell College. Charles also holds a Master of Divinity from Wake Forest University. Stephanie and Charles have one son, Finnegan (“Finn”) who recently turned one. Having started their family, they are returning to the Midwest as they raise their son and continue serving in the church. First Baptist Church will conduct a Pastor Installation Service on Sunday, September 2 at 9:30 AM, during the worship service. We cordially invite you to join with us in worship and other church activities.

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■ GARY MICHAEL SMITH, 42, GLADSTONE, TINA SINGLETON, 40, GLADSTONE; ■ STANLEY RAY SALES, JR, 37, LIBERTY, KATHY ELLEN HALEY, 38, LIBERTY; ■ ROBERT DUVALL STEWART, 69, POLO, LYNDA KAY SIMMONS, 56, POLO; ■ KYLE ALLEN COONS, 41, KANSAS CITY, STEPHANIE LEIGH DENNY, 28, KANSAS CITY; ■ GREGORY HUGH CONNOLLY, 51, DALLAS, TX, TARA MANDA GEISE, 36, COPPELL, TX; ■ DAVID CARL BOSTON, 54, KANSAS CITY, MARY LEE

ANN JACKSON, 37, KANSAS CITY; ■ EOIN MICHAEL HOGAN, 34, LIMERICK, IRELAND, HALLEY KATHLEEN HOLMES, 26, KANSAS CITY, KS; ■ MICHAEL TODD WILLIAMS, 23, GLADSTONE, STACI LEA PENLAND, 38, GLADSTONE; ■ GREY CHARLES THROCKMORTON, 42, SMITHVILLE, KRISTY LEE WOOLDRIDGE, 36, SMITHVILLE; ■ BRIAN JOSEPH CZUGALA, 33, SMITHVILLE, MALLORY NOELLE PAULEY, 25, SMITHVILLE; ■ DANIEL JOSEPH LARSON, 22, KANSAS CITY, BRITTANY ANN BRAUGH, 22, KANSAS CITY; ■ CHARLES EUGENE BAKER, 44, KANSAS CITY, CRYSTAL

FAWN ALVARADO, 34, KANSAS CITY; ■ LUKE WILLIAM FALKE, 27, SMITHVILLE, EMILY ROSE WINGERD, 20, WESTON; ■ TODD COURTNEY DEGRAFFENREID, 37, ROLLA, KERI NICOLE HESSEL, 29, ROLLA; ■ DENNIS EUGENE CAPELL, 44, LIBERTY, JEANIE ROYLENE ROYSDON, 41, LIBERTY; ■ JOSEPH CHARLES LEWIS, III, 24, KANSAS CITY, HEATHER ANN ROBERTS, 23, KANSAS CITY; ■ DUANE EUGENE ADDISON, 36, KANSAS CITY, LAUREN ADELE WATSON, 30, KANSAS CITY; ■ CLAYTON ROLSTON WETZEL, 40, EXCELSIOR SPGS, MELISSA RENE

PEARSON, 38, EXCELSIOR SPGS; ■ NICHOLAS KENNETH RODGERS, 28, BRIGHTON, CO, STEPHANIE MICHELLE MC ADAMS, 29, BRIGHTON, CO; ■ JOSHUA GUY HULL, 32, PLEASANT VALLEY, MOLLY ANN CIVELLA, 42, PLEASANT VALLEY; ■ EAEN DAMON HOLLIS, 33, EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, STEPHANIE RACHELLE PRICE, 33, EXCELSIOR SPRINGS; ■ BRETT HARRIS FATOOL, 29, KANSAS CITY, ASHLEY ELAINE HARRELL, 27, KANSAS CITY; ■ JEFFERY PAUL JONES, 29, LIBERTY, LAURA JANE LOVE, 34, LIBERTY.

W W W. K I N D R E D C H E V R O L E T O L D S . C O M 8 1 6 - 5 3 2 - 0 9 0 0 “Only 8-minutes north of Metro North Mall on 169 Hwy!”

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2010 CHEVROLET HHR

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2010 CHEVROLET CREW CAB 1500

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2010 CHEVROLET EQUINOX LT

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2012 GMC ACADIA

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2007 CHEVROLET AVALANCHE 4X4

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35,999

Mega Cab, 4x4, Laramie, Loaded w/NAV

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2012 DODGE RAM 2500

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W W W. K I N D R E D C H E V R O L E T O L D S . C O M 8 1 6 - 5 3 2 - 0 9 0 0

BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • CHRISTIAN MATTHEWS • JAY FREERKSEN • BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • CHRISTIAN MATTHEWS • JAY FREERKSEN • BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • JAY FREERKSEN

Senior Men High Game Pat Henderson 286 John Deatherage 267 Fred Coleman 259 Homer Cheers 258 Larry Pagel 256

MARRIAGE LICENSES RECORDED IN CLAY COUNTY AUG. 13 TO 17, 2012:

BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • CHRISTIAN MATTHEWS • JAY FREERKSEN • BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • CHRISTIAN MATTHEWS • JAY FREERKSEN • BERNIE WEST • ROY WYATT • JAY FREERKSEN

The following weekly high scores at Gladstone Bowl were submitted by Vicki Bowman.


A14 Gladstone Dispatch

Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

4-H FAIR RESULTS Top winners at the annual Clay County 4-H Fair in July represented the county at the Missouri State Fair this month in Sedalia.

■ 4 Corners 4-H Club — Rachel Wiese, Justine Jones, Parker Bensyl, Paige Carter and Griff Kesler

HORSE SHOW ■ Twenty-four 4-H members showed in the horse show at the Clay County

4-H Fair despite the high temperature at Earnest Shepherd Youth Center. High-point awards were presented to Rose

Galetti and Paige Carter. The 2012-2013 4-H year will be starting in soon. Youth interested in join-

ing a 4-H club should call the University of Missouri Extension office at 4073490 or visit extension. missouri.edu/clay.

EXHIBITS ■ Golden Clovers 4-H Club — Alex Abend, Allyson Abend, Helen Alpern, Phoebe Alpern, Faith Arendt, Gabby Burns, Brynne Davis, Jessica Klaus, Nathan Klaus, Grace McKay, Lydia McKay, Joseph McKay and Monroe Pruett ■ 4 Corners 4-H Club — Lauren Barnett, Parker Bensyl, Garrett Black, Tucker Black, Paige Carter, Marchelle Debus, Dillon Harriger, Nicole Harriger, Bristol Hough, Griff Kesler, Justine Jones, Zachary Morris, Melissa Morris, Valerie Nierman, Jacob Peters, Karlin Peters, Juan Rehrer, Stephanie Rehrer, Chloe Roffmann, Macy Wager, Isaiah Wiese, Rachel Wiese and Travis Zimmer ■ Happy Northeasterners 4-H Club — Gabriel Farr and David Forguer

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■ 4 Corners 4-H Club — Marchelle Debus, Justine Jones, Garrett Black, Mark Wiese, Rachel Wiese and Paige Carter ■ Golden Clovers 4-H Club — Brynne Davis, Phoebe Alpern, Helen Alpern, Gabby Burns and Lydia McKay

FA S H I O N R E V U E ■ Gabby Burns, Brynne Davis and Faith Arendt — Clothes You Make ■ Lydia McKay and Grace McKay — Clothes That You Buy These club members all belong to the Golden Clovers 4-H Club. Nelda Godfrey is their project leader.

PUBLIC SPEAKING ■ Golden Clovers 4-H Club — Brynne Davis

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