The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 18, 1981 · Page 6
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 6

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, November 18, 1981
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Page 6 The Salina Journal - Wednesday, November 18, 1981 By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 1 Posterior 5 Foxy 8 Epic poetry 12 Seaweed 13 Make haste 14 Nautical word 15 Theater souvenir 17 Level to the ground: var. 18 Hindu poet 19 Attorney 21 Nothing 22 Slender 23 Sprite 26 Anglo-Saxon letter 28 Marble 31 Diving bird 33 Total 35 Kind of party 36 Man's nickname 38 Waterproof coat: colloq. 40 WWII area 41 Wife of Tyndareus 43 Negative prefix 45 Winesaps 47 Keyboard instrument 51 Shopping complex 52 Nursery- items 54 Trona 55 Sense organ 56 Palindromic name 57 Bolger and Milland 58 Communist 59 Scorch DOWN 1 Engrossed 2 Raines or Fitzgerald 3 Biblical king 4 A glossy fiber 5 Protects 6 "Diamond —" 7 Shrieks 8 Harmless insects 9 Childhood companion 10 Platinum wire loop Avg. solution time: 26 tnin. Answer to yesterday's puzzle. 11 Prophet 16 A cheese 20 Wing 23 House wing 24 Card game 25 Violence or murder 27 Low drone 29 Make lace 30 Personality 32 Pieces of decorated metalware 34 Kind of roof 37 Netherlands commune 39 Imitation 42 Turkish coin 44 East Indian palm trees 45 River in Asia 46 Amazon estuary 48 Hawaiian goose 49 Sicilian resort 50 Russian despot 53 New Guinea base 12 15 18 31 36 45 32 16 26 13 42 52 55 58 27 38 53 19 22 34 43 47 20 28 39 14 17 35 44 56 59 40 48 10 11 29 49 30 50 CRYPTOQUIP NXOXKKHMLG ONMAXN ONMAX MLN MVVHTX TKMTAG Yesterday's Cryptoquip - MATHEMATICIAN WON'T EXECUTE HIS OWN INCOME TAX RETURNS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: H equals I The Cryptoquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by trial and error. The Homestead Savings Certificate Current Annual Rate November 17, 1981 through November T.\, 1981 12.455% Effective annual yield*. 12.722% Six-Month Certificate NOW, when you invest in Homestead's Six Month Certificates, you can get additional interest by authorizing us to automatically deposit the interest from your Six-Month Certificate into your Savings Plus Account . *Minimum deposit $10,000, 6 month term Salina. Kansa.- S a 1111 a. Ka L 1 Gift-giving guide to assist selection task NEW YORK (UPI) - Gift-giving is essential to doing business in many parts of the world but most American executives are inept at it. Ignorant of the cultural values and social customs of other countries, conditioned to hold back their emotions, American executives often reduce gift giving to an embarrassed "blush and a thrust," according to a new study of the subject. Now, "International Business Gift Giving Customs — a guide for American Executives," tells them why they should never give red roses in Hamburg, handkerchiefs in Rio de Janeiro, clocks in Peking or surprise presents in Japan. Or — heaven forefend — presents to wives in Jidda. The study by Dr. Kathleen Reardon, professor of communications sciences at the University of Connecticut, sponsored by the Parker Pen Co., also explains when and how a gift should be presented, how it should be wrapped, what it should cost, when it should be opened, and when presents should not be given at all. High on the list of gift suggestions are typically American items: maple syrup, Stetson hats, T-shirts from Western colleges, American Indian art or jewelry, scrimshaw, Pennsylvania Dutch products, Steuben glass, the latest in children's electronic toys and — yes — peanut butter, M&Ms and Oreos. Other popular U.S. gifts are stamps, sports equipment, pen or desk sets with company or state insignia, maga- zine subscriptions, Western belt buckles, Macadamia nuts from Hawaii, records (Boston pops, jazz), California wines, photo books of America, and local art. Dr. Reardon interviewed 100 company executives with an average of 18 years experience in international trade for her study. Eighty-four percent said they could benefit from gift-giving guidance. "We surpass members of several other cultures in ethnocentrism," she said. "The successful presentation of a business gift in a foreign country can only be accomplished through an understanding of other customs and cultures in relation to our own." Because gifts in America largely are chosen and presented by women, the typical American business traveler — a male — is unfamiliar with gift-giving, Dr. Reardon explained, adding that one executive described the typical American male's presentation of a gift as a "blush and a thrust." In Europe, send flowers before arriving at someone's home for dinner. Red roses are reserved for lovers. Gifts with historic or intellectual appeal are appreciated. Perfume is much too intimate a gift for a French businesswoman. SALINA AUTO SALVAGE If we Hon I hnve it we ran get it Telephone Seivice to 65 cit'es IV) Miles North on 81 827-5686 raft Studio jTctm.DREN • ADULTS « FAMIIY WC3UPS Last tim this offer available for delivery by Christmas 20 color portraits SAVE 205 Includes 954 deposit No age limit. Photographic package Includes two SxlO'i, three 5x7's and 15 wallet size color portraits. 95« for each additional subject In portrait. Choice of backgrounds. Poses our selection. Offer good for portraits taken thru Nov. 28 Tues., Wed., Fri., Sat. 10-5, Thurs. 10-8 Studio closed Sunday and Monday You can count on Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back '\ >• 1 YOUR (tea Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. Only FREE! 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