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1A 7, Florida Offshore Drilling to Begin Colorado Boy Get* Belated Derby Award BOULDER, 0*. ( Af - Tht taMcr Jay have aw*** 1 the tea! Saap fee Derfey NEW ORLEANS, Fla. (AP) -- The first exploratory drilling for oil and gas in the Gtdf of Mexico off the Florida coast will begin to the next few days, a spokesman for Exxon USA said Saturday. "The drilling could begin as early as Monday." said Exxon spokesman Bleu Beathard. The drill ship Giomar Grand Banks, which had been drilling off the Louisiana shore, began the move to its new location Thursday and is expect- ed to arrive off tfee Flwitfa coast today, Beafcwd sail The site for the first veil will be a SJfitacre tract afcwt 40 miles offsfcor* f ran Fort Walton Beach and Paaama City, he said. Drilling rights for the federal tract were leased along with 86 others off the Florida, Alabama and Mississippi coasts last December in a bidding session here that saw a total of $1.5 billion spent. The tract cost Exxon. Mobil Oil Corp. mi Ompaia Pttrate- tm Co. of Fort Worth, Tex., SZ12 Mfeft* - «3MN m acre. The piaMed driltaf at fkst drew fire from eavkoanea- talist groups, especially the Florida AttdNboa Society. But later the society said k was satisfied with stated precautionary measures to prevent the possibility of oil spills. Drilling has begun on tracts off the Mississippi shoreline but not in Florida and Alabama. 11 MM*** after the wwwr fied in the Att-A»mea ** B*c Derh)- f«r cheating. Officials of the BtMUer Jaycces. thespaMor of the BoMJMer race, said Rafer Rale, 12. of Arvada. was given a naktitale trophy * the win- ·er of the IfW race, because they could not fet James Gronea, 14, «f BoMUer. to retttn the original trophy. Gronen was disqualified after winning the 1973 national race in Akron, Ohio, when race officials found an illegal magnetic device in the nose of his racer. The magnetic needle was used to give the racer a faster start at the opening of the race, «ttca»fc sail fc vat fwrtwa»X-«yc*Kfc«f the ear after fete race. Hate WM prrnntiil the tnphy and check Friday hy the Jayceec They aw ate» spanatrs ·f this year's Bunliff race «rt far Any ti. The Jaycees say they d» not believe Gnaw* wed the illegal device in «he local race, h* he was disqualified as the local winner when he was stripped of his national title. Rohert Lance, wade of Gronea. was granted deferred prosecution on a charge of encouraging a minor to break a state law. Gronen lives withLaage. Because of the court's action, Lange was ordered to donate *2,«0 to the Boys Cktb of Boulder and stay out of trouble for one year. The charge is a misdemeanor. Us* Want Ads Dial 348-4848 Swub.r foil OMicc ») C*»te*tw. *. V«» uofec «b* act c* Mwcto 31 W each Suo**y cnorcuu »y «·* D»dx G* Mite Coowaay «nd Daily MM Put)J«* toy Co., 4 ufeidiary o* CUy Conununi- c»t.»ns. Inc.. in Ch»rl«itoo, W V* KJ». Swdtr C«i«*e-Mail -i * member o* The A»soci»»««» P'«" Th * *i»ci»t«j Pre« is emitted to the u« of *u hc»i new* lor reproduction. Telephones: Circulation Deptrtmenl All Other D«p»rtmenW Ml 5151 J4i-il*0 Captured Suspected of thootinf a state pullet- dispatcher is fiarid /.,.«· Penlecoft of Madison lleifkt*, To. P? n . tvcost HYIX /oimrf hitting in tkf trunk of an auto in Madiiton H r i f h t * , near (AP Wi HEW Grant Awarded PHILIPPl - A $1.3 million grant has been awarded to Alderson-Broaddus College by the U. S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare for an advanced institutional development program. This is the first grant of more than $1 million the institution has received in its 103-year history. It will be used for strengthening the college and developing additional career opportunities. · ".In making the announcement, President Richard E. Shearer said he was gratified ami challenged by both the "amount of the grant and the program for which the money will be used. - : Shearer said a steering committee has been appointed to develop ways the money will be spent over the next five yeas. Areas of emphasis are expansion of the college's cooperative education program with business and industry, development of new career programs within the liberal .arts field, strengthening the ·institution, and developing .more formal procedures in planning, research and eveal- , nation. Church Banishes Sex Bias WINONA LAKE. Ind.-i/r'i- The Free Methodist Church, in its 28th general conference over the last week, provided for full ordination of women and struck all special references to women from its Book of Discipline. " The church, which has con. ferences in 19 nations, pointed out that B. T. Roberts, its founder, opposed sexual dis- ; crimination in 1890. The general conference rewrote the ritual on infant baptism so it could be used either for baptism or dedication, according to the parents' 'wishes. H i s t o r i c a l l y the church had held a strong position favoring infant baptism rather than dedication. A committee reported that the Free Methodist membership overseas has passed . $141.000 and now exceeds that in North America. Pope Praises Kissinger Peace Efforts ; VATICAN CITY-i.^-Pope ' Paul VI praised Henry Kissin- · ger on Saturday for his personal efforts "in the service of peace" and told him the United States should persist in attempts to cool world tensions. -The pontiff and the secretary of state conferred for more than an hour in the Pxpe's private library, exchanging views on the Middle East. President Nixon's summit talks in Moscow and other international issues. . The Vatican gave out few details of the talks but it was . believed the pontiff sounded ; out Kissinger's views on how i to resolve the Vatican-Israeli ; impasse over the future of Jerusalem. . Pope Paul has repeatedly called for some form of international covenant to. as the Vatican puts it. protect the rights of Jews. Christians and Mcptms in Jerusalem. Each -religion regards the city as holy. SAVE UP TO 50°/c * * * * * shop mondoys and fridays 10 to 9 other 10 to 5 0 * * * * * * * **************** * ITS HERE ... OUR SEMI-ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE I STARTS * I 10A.M. ! [MONDAY I MM W UMffli WMIirat MCWNKanttftNMM * * MEN--BOYS ORK. SALE 24 Men's Permanent Press Robes 13.00 4.99 19 Men's Body Suits : 12.00 199 13 pr. Donegal Polyester Slacks.. 22.50*25.00 199 16 Short Sleeve Sport Shirts 12.00-15.00 3.90 4« PCS. Crewneck Knit Shirts 4.00 1.99 MEN'S WEAR--Street Floor Young Men's Baseball Shirts Polyester and cotton famous brand shirts. In assorted solids and patterns. Sizes S-M-L. COMPARE AT 9.00-10.00 3.99 TREND SHOP--Third Floor 12 Young Men's Baseball Knit shirts 14.00 S.OO 18 pr. Young Men's Cuffed Plaid Pants . 15.00 10.00 14 pr. Young Men's Cuffed Plaid Pants . 14.00 9.00 TREND SHOP-Third Floor 60 Famous Brand Boys Knit Shirts .. 4.50-5.00 2.U 25 pr. Boys' Cuffed Plaid Pants 9.50 4.99 50 Boy's Short Sleeve Shirts 5.00-7.00 3.00 30 Boys' Sleeveless knit shirts 3.00 190 BOYS' WEAR--Third Floor INFANTS--TODDLERS 23 Jr. Boys' White Tennis Shorts 2.75 1.75 25 Jr. Boys' Short Sleeve Shirts ;... 3.00-4.50 LOO Group of Infant and Toddler Sleeveless Dresses ; 8.00-12.00 % OIF 8 Step Stools ; 7.00 4,00 5 Infant High Chairs 18.50 10.00 INFANT WEAR-Third Floor II5 Prs. Chi Wren's Shoes Boys' and Girls' dress styles in white or black patent. Shop early. Broken sizes. ORIG. 10.00 to 4.M CHILDREN'S SHOES-Third Floor GIRLS--TEENS ORIG. SALE Entire Stock's Girls' Sleepwear 5.00-9.00 50 Girls' White Leather Belts 2.50-3.50 150 Knit Sportswear separates 3.50-13.00 GIRLS' WEAR-Third Floor 96 Preteen Swimsuits 9.50-15.00 160 pcs. Preteen Sportswear 3.50-13.00 ViOFF 1.75-2.50 KOfF ViOFF INTIMATE APPAREL ORIG. SALE 3 Bra Slips 9.00-15.00 4.90 22 Slips 6.00-7.00 1.90-190 10 Half Slips 4.00-6.00 1.00-1.90 LINGERIE-Second Floor 3 Bra Slips 8.00 3.99 1 Pantie Corslettes 14.00-24.50 10.99-1S.99 2 Girdles 14.00 10.99 18 Pantie Girdles 8.00-15.00 4.99-9.99 6 Long Line Bras 7.95-9.50 4.99-5.99 FOUr-DATlONS--Second Floor Lodits' Km* Length Ctwns Kodel polyester and cotton gowns in assorted styles and pastels. Sizes S-M-L. ORIG. 6.00-7.00 2.99 LINGERIE--Street Floor 42 pcs. Sleepwear 2.59 1.99 LINGERIE--Street Floor ACCESSORIES ORK. SALE 218 pcs. White Jewelry 2.99 1.99 100 pcs. White Earrings 2.99 1.09 60 pcs. Posiel Beads 3.00-10.00 75'-15l JEWELRY--Street Floor 20 pr. ladies' Sandals 5.00 3JO HOSIERY/SLIPPERS-Street Floor JWT unions Select from light ouburns and light blends. Shop early. All Sales Are Find! ORIG. 12.00. 1.1 COSMETlCS-Slrttt Floor 100 SUMMER DAYTIME DRESSES 7.90 ta 15.99 Reg. 12.00-24.00 Assorted styles and colors. Cool comfortable wearing. Misses and Half Sizes. DAYTIME DRESSES-Street Floor LARGE GROUP MISSES SPORTSWEAR 4.90 to 17.90 Reg. 9.00-27.00 Choose Jackets, Pants, Skirts, Tops, Blouses, Vests, Tunics and more. E«y to care for polyester and cotton and blends. Misses sizes. SPORT BAR-Street Floor HOME FURNISHINGS 20 MATERNITY SWIM SUITS 15.90 Reg. 24.00 Assorted styles and colors to select from. Broken sizes. STORK CLUB-Second Floor 21 MISSES All WEATHER COATS 15.90 Reg. 35.00 Pant coat and regular length styles. Assorted colors and broken sizes. COAT SALON- Second Floor 2 Mediterranean Dining Room Suites.. 1 Mediterranean Dining Room Suite... 1 Love Seat and Chair 2-4 Cushion Sofas printed 1--4 Cushion Sofa and Choir set 1 Early American Sofa I Black leather Choir. 1 Brown Leather Love Seat and Chair, 1 Brown Leather Chair with ottoman . 5 Occasional Tables 1 Floral Print Sofa ORN. SALE 4IS.M 4(9.99 219.99 '/.Off tttfF 239J9 59.95 MM 179JO tttfF 3S9.N 659.00 541.00 358.00 440.00 620.00 299.00 109.00 268.00 219.00 .99.00 570.00 FURNITURE-Fourth Floor 150 BUDGET CORNERS DRESSES 11.90 Reg. 15.00-24.00 Easy care short sleeve and sleeveless styles. In a host of pretty summer colors. Misses and a few half sues.. BUDGET CORNER--Second Floor GROUP OP JUNIOR SUMMER DRESSES V3 OFF Reg. 16.00-42.00 Short and long dresses plus a tew pant suits in this special group. Pretty summer colors to select from Junior Sizes. JUNIOR COLONY--Second Floor 1 Oriental Lamp 52.00 1 Pink Colonial Lamp 82.00 2 Barber Pole Floor Lamps 57.50 4--6 Way Brass Floor Lamps 42.50 LAMPS-Fourth Floor 41.90 S5.90 45.90 33.90 JUST 15 MISSES POLYESTER SHIRT JACS 16.90 Reg. 25.00 Easy to care for long sleeve shirt jacs. Assorted colors and broken sizes. Shop early. SPORTSWEAR--Second Floor GROUP OF JUNIOR PANT COATS 12.90 Reg. 25.00 All weather pant coats that will keep you dry all summer and fall. Shop early for best color selection. Junior Sizes. JUNIOR COLONY-Second Floor 30 ijrt. Opt* W«ivt PruytrtM 48*63.... Reg. 20.00 U.W 48x84.... Reg. 24.00 1l.7t 72x84 Reg. 40.00 27.W 96x84. Reg. 52.00 34.3? DRAPERIES--Fourth Floor 0 QQ T.TT Compare at 22.00 Assorted patterns and colors. OVER 150 MISSES PRINT KNIT TOPS 4.90 Reg. 8.00 Select your favorites from a host of novelty prints. Easy to care for in misses sizes. SPORTSWEAR-Second Floor GROUP OF JUNIOR SPORTSWEAR 3.90 Choose Pants, Tops and Skirts in a host of styles and colors for summer. Junior sizes. JUNIOR COLONY-Second Floor Twin, Compare at 35.00 and 40.00. .. . . . . Full, Compare at 45.00 and 50.00. . . . . Queen, Compare at 55.00 and 60.00 Dual, Compare at 65.00 and 70.00. . . . - DRAPERIES.-rFourth Floor 24.99 . 24.99 50 FHraitvrt Tkrtw Ctvws 60x70, compare at 9.00. 90x70 Compare at 1 3 . 0 0 . . . . . . . . . . . . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . 120x70 Compare at 18.00 ' . . . . ' 140x70 Compare at 22.00. FURNITURE THRQWS-Fourth Floor 3.49 5.99 8.99 9.99 GROUP OF MISSES SEPARATES 8.99 ..28.99 REG. 14.00-44.00 Select from Jackets, Vests, Pants and Skirts. Assorted styles and great color selection. Not all sizes. SPORTSWEAR-Second Floor JUST 58 SCREEN PRINT PANT TOPS 6.90-9.90 Reg. 14.00-18.00 Great with slacks, jeans or shorts. Cool pant tops in a colorful screen print design. Misses sizes. SPORTSWEAR-Second Floor *********************** * OUR ENTIRE STOCK jj SUMMER SHOES f FURTHER REDUCED 10 pr. Priscilla Curtains yt% QfF Group 3 pac Pillows...... Compare at 12.00 177 Group Decorator PillowsCompare at 6.50-8.00 199 DRAPERIES-Fourth Floor 50 Nylon Rugs values to 8.00 1.50 Group Vinyl Shower Curtains. 3.99 1.50 Group Matching Curtains 3.99 1.50 10 Twin size Bedspreads 25.00 10.00 14 Full-size Bates Bedspreads 28.00 1100 BEDDING-Fourth Floor 21 sets Melmac 45 pc. Dinnerware Sets 14.88-29.95 25% OFF 256 pcs. Open Stock Melmac p c s . . . . 75 c -2.95 25% OFF 36 Kitchen Electrics. 12.95-29.95 25% OFF 40 Rubbermaid Border Fences and Trims 1.98-2.98 l.M-1.50 HOUSEWARES-Third Floor DOWNSTAIRS STORE American Girl Orig. 15.00-17.00 . Universal Orig. 2.00 Naturalizers 19.00-24.00 Life Stride Orig. 19.00-24.00 . Cobbies 18.00-20.00 Old Maine Trotters Reg. 21.00 9.90 10.90 12.90 12.90 12.90 14.90 Red Cross Orig. 21.00-24.00 Florsheim Orig. 27.00-30.00 D'Antonio Orig. 28.00-31.00 Johansen Orig. 28.00-31.00 Footsavers Orig. 29.00-32.00 14.90 18.90 19.90 19.90 19.90 WRUWIS' ORIG. 72 Ponchos, Beach Cover ups 5.99 120 Cotton Shifts 6.99-8.99 60 Better Dresses 10.90-14.99 62 Seersucker Blazers 11.99-14.99 25 pcs. Sportswear 11.99-15.99 88 Bras 2.50-7.50 *1 Girdles 5.00-7 JO 15 White Handbags 7.99 8 Canvas Tote Bogs 5 99 FOR BOYS ORK. 377 Boys'Short Sleeve Shirts 349 W*" 81 ORK. 232 Crew Neck Shim 2.99 337 Dress Shirts short sleeves ;.... 4.99 194 Knit Shirts : 4.99-5.99 77 pr. Double Knit Ports 6.99 FOR THE ROME Shop early for the best selection. All in a host of styles and nice spring and summer colors. ^ I SHOCSAlON-Street Floor jt *^******^****** 3SofoCo«rs ............... 13.99-16.99 32 pr. Twr Curtains ............. 3 29 4.29 60Voter*« ................... 1.99-2.29 ................ lJf-2.39 . lOHondTowth .................. ISScoW 3 Spread SALE 1.90 3.90 $.99-11.99 5.99 1.99-11.99 1.25-199 3.75-5.59 5.99 2.99 SALE 1 97 SALE 1.99 199 3J| 3JO SALE 3JMJI LSI 59* A U|

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