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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1964 PAGE ELEVEN,' PICKS GIANTS AND PACKERS TO WIN IN NFL ly JACK HAND Associated Pr«M Sports Writer NEW YORK (AP) -- Paul Hornung will lead Green Bay to the Western Conference title and Y.A. Tittle's magic will make it four straight for New York in the East, setting up another Packer-Giant showdown for the National Football League title Dec. 27 at Yankee Stadium. The Packers are generally being picked to dethrone tee Chicago Bears in the West, with Baltimore and possibly Detroit and Minnesota challenging. The East looks like a wide open scramble among New York, St. Louis and Cleveland, with Washington a long-shot possibility. Despite the Giants' sad 1-4 record in the exhibition games and player shake-ups of earthquake proportions, Allie Sherman still has the old Bald Eagle and a flock of nifty pass catchers. CARDINALS SOUNDEST St. Louis is the soundest club in the East but they still have to prove themselves under championship fire and may be a bit Cleveland has strength with on successive weekendi. COLT MPiMSIVt AGING Despite the Bears' troubles in the exhibition games with t spluttering offense, George Halts has that came alert defensive unit that won the league championship last December. The Bears won't blast anybody off the field but they'll be in theire. Tony Lorick looked so good against the Steelers that it is tempting to pick Baltimore higlier than third. Johnny Uni- tas has some fine targets but the defense is showing its age. With Alex Karras, like. Hornung back from a pension, Detroit's defensive unit is intact but a year older. Much depends on Milt Plum's arm. OTHERS RATED Minnesota, with a perfect 5-0 exhibition record, looks tough with Bill Brown and Tommy Mason approximating Green Bay's ground punch of Hornung and Jim Taylor. Los Angeles should beat out San Francisco for sixth place. Th:rt Ram front four on defense Needlecraft year s sus- formidable can, give anybody fits. Tittle and the corps give the thin in defense, added passing pass-catching edge to the rookie flanker Paul Warfield to complement Jim Brown's running, but something always seems to go wrong.With Sonny Jurgensen, rookie Charley Taylor and veteran Sam Huff in the" lineup, Washington is highly respected. Here's the way it looks from here before the opening gun: WESTERN CONFERENCE 1. Green Bay 2. Chicago 3. Baltimore 4. Detroit 5. Minnesota 6. Los Angeles 7 San Francisco EASTERN CONFERENCE 1. New York 2. St. Louis 3. Cleveland 4. Washington 5. Pittsburgh 6. Dallas 7. Philadelphia Paul Hornung's return after a year's suspension for betting on games and the driving ambition of Coach Vince Lombard! to make up for last year's defeats by the Bears should be enough to tip the scales in favor of Green Bay. Big strides in this race will be taken in the first three with Packers playing Chicago, Baltimore and Detroit Giants in the East although Sherman still has no running game and needs settling on defense and pass protection. BROWNS IMPROVED Tlie Cards have a fine passer in Charley Johnson, brilliant receivers in Sonny Handle and Bobby Joe Conrad and a big puch in Prentice Gautt and Joe Childress. If they can stop the running teams like Cleveland and Pittsburgh they can WHS. Cleveland has improved but must face both Green Bay and Detroit from the other conference. Those small pass defense msn still will have trouble. Washington has come up with an exciting runner in Taylor, phis an experienced quarterback, Jurgensen, and more catching skill in Angelo Coia. Huff must help the defense all se:»son for that leaky pass cover has killed the Skins for years. SEC WILD ONES Pittsburgh has been slow conning around but it has a stiff pu-uch in John Henry Johnson and some tough muscle men up front. IDallas should have the wildest games in the league with Tommy McDonald and Buddy Dial catching and nobody to stop the other side. Joe Kuharich's rebuilding program at Philadelphia is coming along nicely but RUSK SCORES GOP NOMINEE J( QJou ^ G RACE IN REPOSE. The ability to sit still is an art. You become acutely aware of this when you are with a fuss-budget. One of the services rendered by the Adams County Chapter of Int American Red Cross is the annual summer classes to teach swimming Above is a photograph of one of the classes receiving instructions. Your contribution to the United Fund campaign helps to finance this Red Cross service. She's the one who fusses with her hair, jumps up to straighten a picture, fiddles with the tableware or shuffles the papers on ler desk don't expect too much the first year. There are 50 species of whales in North American waters. PUBLIC SALE OF HORSES, BUGGIES, WAGONS, HARNESS EQUIPMENT, ETC. Saturday, September 19, at 10 A.M. when all she could be doing is sitting in repose to talk or to listen. To peg such characters as merely rude is to be charitable. Fidgeting has a more damaging significance. It is really a cover-up for lack of self-possession. The ruse, of course, only spotlights the inadequacy and fools no one. yourself is unfortunate Being unsure of among the more a ueiiyauiug, uuunuj »~.v..~-- - - - . mile south of Route 30, the following: 15 HEAD OF HORSES AND COLTS 5-year-old dark bay registered thoroughbred mare, Queen." "Oxford 8-year-old bay mare with colt; »-yeawld black mare with colt. 10-year-old bay mare with colt. 4-year-old buckskin mare with colt. 4-year-old bay mare 17-month-old black gelding 1-year-old bay filly 6-month-old buckskin colt fr-month-old bay colt 5-year-old black mare 2-year-old bay gelding 17-month-old bay gelding l-year-old gelding 6-month-old chestnut colt All of the mares have been ridden; most of them have been driven All of the colts are sired by MercerBullard a registered Son in the American Saddle Horse Breeders' Associate. SURREY, BUGGIES, WAGONS, SLEIGHS Birch surrey trap carriage, very rare; 4 runabouts, one with rJta · SST 'basket sleigh, 'v«y unique; square back sleig£ bobsled, 2 training carts on rubber, wooden wheel cart, old race training cart, pony wagon with natural finish bed. HARNESS REPAIR MACHINES Two Singer upholstering machines, leathtr stttchinf ! machine treadle sewing machine, made in 1867; saddle mold, leatner , leather S Stter pack, skiving tools, punches, vice. BLACKSMITH TOOLS, ETC. Complete blacksmith shop tools, forge. 2 anvils, 2 bench vises, tongues, pinches, hammers, raspa, apron, punches , complete 1 torse- shoeing outfit, chisels, gauges, markers, trowel, lot of new and used horseshoes of various sizes and types. SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, ETC. Three western sadles, 3 Mexican saddles, 3 ladies' side saddles, EngS laddie, 25 cavalry, artillery and McClellan saddles; 4 ·add e bags saddle pads, martingales, English and western bridles, halters new and used girths, driving harness, new and used bits sizes, buckles, snaps, clips, .rings a s z , , , , . mouth spread, curry combs, brushes, 8 pairs of riding boots, boot hooks miscellaneous harness, fines, several ^ * b w w g coach lights, 2 sets of sleigh bells, pair of shaft bells, carbide l?ght lantern dinner bell, post lights, rosettes, syringes, vet tools, hand 53? clippers, buggy dute, poles wagon springs 8 iron stall dividers, 2 builders' jacks, several iron and wwden wagon lacks wood augers, wooden planes, pulleys, wheel puller, platform tod K electric driven .grindstone, grass seeder pa sture ns and in the represents . harrow, 3 weathervanes, 2 antique single barrel shotguns and many other articles too numerous to mention above are a number of collector's items. Thii the offering of more than 35 years of operation. Terms, Cash STERLING L. BAIR MARGARET B. KUMP MARY E. DAHLHEIMER Executors R. E. Kehr, Auctioneer Daniel E. Teeter, Attorney Stand rights reserved traits. It makes you uncomfortable and makes others uncomfortable for you. Nobody's at ease. Obviously a poised approach is greatly to be desired. And, like all the charm qualities, it can be cultivated. It increases miraculously when you train yourself to appear poised. The first step could be to root out flaws in your appearance that cause secret dissatisfactions. A woman, knowing that she looks presentable, has no need to fidget on that score. Increasing your range of interests and your ability to express your ideas are other important building blocks in the confidence structure. When you have something to say and can say it well, poise flowers and mannerisms die on the vine. To open a door on increased poise and popularity, send for our booklet, WINNING MANNERS. Topics included are introductions, invitations, table manners, the charming hostess, you--the guest, dating manners, formal dances, travel tips and tipping, small points, like when to wear a hat or check your coat. For your copy, write to Mary Sue Miller, Box 158, The Gettysburg Times, Dundee, 111., enclosing 25 cents in coin and a long, self-addressed stamped envelope. ©1964, Publishers New»paper Syndicate Parents Drug Tots For Border Flight BERLIN (AP) -- Two East ierlin couples and their 11 children escaped to West Berlin during the night hidden in a refrigerator t r u c k beneath meat. The children were drugged with sleeping pills to prevent them from making any noise while border guards were inspecting the ttuck. West Berlin police said the children ranged in age from 1 to LI years. They were taken to a refugee camp to join their parents after a checkup. GRIDDER LEAVES SCHOOL RENO (AP)--Chuck Widel, of Glassport, Pa., the Far Western Conference's leading rusher last fall, quit the University of Neva da football team and left school Thursday. University officials had no explanation. Three other Nevada players also quit the squad Thursday. They included Bob Kahana, 195- pound halfback from Philadelphia. READING, Pa. ( A P ) -- Harry F. Menges 87, former mayor of Reading, died today in Reading Hospital where he was taken Sept. 3 after suffering rib and hip fractures. Menges, a Democrat, was elected mayor in 1WO after serving as city controller. County Churches Salem EUB, Guldens. Rev. Paul O. Shettel. pastor Sunday School at 9:30 a m : worship at 10:15 a.m : Mon's Brolneihood, WSWS and Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. Great Conewago Presbyterian, Hunterstown John R. Korver, supply pastor. Sunday School at 10 a.m ; worship at 11 a.m. Trinity Lutheran, East Berlin. Rev. Harold R Stoudt. pastor. Church School at 9 a m . ; Harvest Home service at 10.15 a.m. Bermudian B r e t h r e n . 0 Wayne Cook, elder S u n d a y School a t 9 3 0 a m : Hanest Home service at 10 30 a in. Paradise United Church cr Christ. Rev Charles E. Stras baugh, pastor. Sunday Schoo at 9:15 a.m ; worship at 10.30 a.m. St. Paul's Lutheran, Red Run Rev. Charles A. Snyder, pastor Sunday School at 9 a.m.; wor ship at 10:15 a m St. Paul's AMF= Zion. Rev Lena Parr, pastor Church Schoo at 10 a.m.: worship with ser mon, "Being Accurate," at 1 a.m. Church of the Nazarene. Rc\ J. Weston Chambers, pastoi Sunday School at 9 '0 a m , woi ship with sermon at 10-45 a m youth service at 7 15 p m , e* an gelistic service at 8 p m ",'cdne day, prayer meeting at 8 p m Daniel G. Van Chef, thorough bred breeder and owner of th Nydrie Farm at Esmont, Va is on the bc-ard of directors o Laurel Race Course WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sec- etary of State Dean Rusk said hursday that foreign policy lalements made by Sen. Barry oldwater icfelect a "basic lack F understanding" of the re ponsibihties of the U S. presi ent in dealing with questions of ·ar and peace. Rusk made that assertion a news conference when askec bout the Republican presiden al nominee's assertions tha ic American people should look or some great international cri is before the November elec ion Sarcastically, Rusk said th Democratic National Commit ee had not arranged for Indo csia to drop parachutists int Malaysia, nor did it cause reb forces in the Congo to tak ivcr Stanleyville lie \\enl on to say that tatcment such as that \\hic he questioner had attributed t Gold w a t e r seemed to him to re 'lect a basac lack cf understand n^ of the responsibilities of th ^resident for dealing with ques ions of war and peace. It takes 63,000 gallons of \v er to make ore ton of steel. cost the Eagles $125,000. No successor has been named» and none is contemplated, the club said. However, since Jerry Wolman! purchased the team eight 1 months ago, most of the duties of general manager had been lurned over to Coach Joe Ku- tiarich. McNally played football at, Notre Dame under the late Knute Rockne. He was an assistant coach at St. Mary's, Villanova and Holy Cross. He was talent scout for a number of National Football- League clubs before joining the Eagles in 1949 as general manager. An American, Mrs. Anne Roy-. all, was not only the first worn- an journalist, but the first worn.' an to own and edit a newspaper. Add an unusual touch to a able with a doily in two colors or two shades of one. Crochet entirely in double crochet. Leaves done separately, .hen joined to form doily. Use in any room. Pattern 7346: Crochet directions THIRTY-FIVE CENTS (coins) ·or this pattern -- add 15 cents tor each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Send to: ALICE BROOKS Care of The Gettysburg Times Needlecraft Department P. 0 Box 163 Old Chelsea Station New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Pattern Number. First time' 3 FREE PATTERNS in big, exciting 1965 Needlecraft Catalog, 200 de- smns -- smait btoles, jackets, I.ats, toys, afghans, linens, everything 1 Send 23c. DE LUXE QUILT BOOK! 16 complete q u i l t patterns -pieced and applique, for beginners, experts Send 50c now. MANAGER OF EAGLES QUITS PHILADELPHIA ( A P ) -Vince McNally, general manager of the National Football League Philadelphia Eagles for the past 16 years, has resigned from his post. The 56-year-old McNally resigned Thursday "only because I have an opportunity so promising that I want to be free to explore it." McNally was in the third year of a five-year contract and it was learned the Eagles paid him in full for the remaining years and honored an additional five-year clause calling for half pay. NO SUCCESSOR It was estimated his leaving PUBLIC SALE of Valuable Real Estate and Personal Property Saturday, September 19, 1964 Storting at 12:30 P.M., E.D.S.T. The undersigned, executrices of the last will and testament of Susan E. Blocher. late of the Borough of Bendersville, Adams County, Pennsylvania, deceased, \\ill offer at public sale at the site of the real estate located along the south side of Park Street, Bendersville, Pennsylvania, the following real estate and peisonal property: REAL ESTATE TO BE OFFERED AT 2:00 P.M., E.D.S.T. Consisting of a lot improved with an 8-room 2'-^-story frame and weatherboard dwelling. The dwelling has all modern conveniences, 14 baths, natural gas-fited hot water heat, 2-car gaiage. lawn, nice shade trees and a nut tree The dwelling is in nice condition throughout. If looking for a well built home plan to attend sale. PERSONAL PROPERTY Columbian gas range, upright piano: 9-pc. mahogany dining room suite; cabinet, china closet and buffet \\ith Duncan Phfe table: combination bookcase and writing dcs,k. metal clothes closet; 2-pc. In ing room suite; 8-leg folding table; chairs: 5-pc. walnut bedroom suite, desk; table; coffee table. Singer sewing machine; chest of drawers; rockers: metal ironing board, box spring: innerspring mattress. 2 9 x 12 rugs: mirror: wringer washer; dishes; cooking utensils; wooden wheelbarrow and garden tools. ANTIQUES Dutch cupboard, 2 Empiie bin cans; 2 washstands; quilting frame; 4 trunks, spool bed and other aitides too numeioiis to mention. GLADYS B. REBERT, RUTH B. LOCHBAUM and ANNA B. ECKERT, Executrices of the last will and testament of Susan E. Blocher. Clair Slaybaugh, Auctioneer Taylor and Cluck, Clerks Brown, Swope MacPhail, Attorneys for the estate. 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