Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 6, 1974 · Page 22
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 22

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Premier Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO PAQUIN ACROSS 50 Capers 1 Demolished 54 Entrance 93 Girl of song 6 Church (var.) 6 Brink 10 Stage direction 14 French author 10 White poplar 20 Meadows 21 Rant . 22 Girl's name 23 South American Indian 24 French philosopher 28 Word with system or plexus 27 Greek letter 28 Old 30 Chalice SI Proofreader's mark 33 Son of Gad 34 American naval officer 36 Whirls 38 Chaplets 40 Seine 41 Seatless one 43 Blunder 44 Surges 47 Nomadic group 48 Fortify 55 Dressier 56 African river 58 Propound 59 Tolstoy 60 A ramentum 61 Melodious 63 Burmese demon M Alters In form 66 Defense need 67 Desert 69 Irish poet 70 German coin 71 Swagger 72 Sacristy 74 Sea birds 75 Mule driver 78 Philippine Negrito 79 Cancer and Capricorn 81 Peels 82 New Guinea port officer 7 I-cgal paper 8 Xenon 9 Prankish adventure 10 Short business Irip 95 Hindu ascetic 97 The stilch- bird 98 Item of property 102 Smartly spruce 103 Anrient Greek vases 107 Polish 108 Source of a river 110 Card game 15 Japanese 111 Weather shrub word 16 Affray 112 Cluster of 17 Warning fibers in wool 113 Soap plant 115 Author of "Rebecca" 118 Durable wood 120 Philippine island 46 Convert of St. Paul 47 Stops 49 Ship- shaped clock 51 Italian sculptor 52 Eskers 53 Bristle 81 Stealthy (poetic) 84 Exploit 86 Rural 87 Dismounted 80 Beats severely 91 Former fashion great 11 Totem pole 55 St. Thomas, 92 Adjust an 83 Warm and 125 Storm 121 "The Red' 122 Greedily eager 123 Wear away 37 Study 12'i Obstacles group cozy 126 Boys 85 Scourge 127 Peep show 86 Malay .DOWN canoes 1 Ran 87 Too 2 Lessen 88 Atelier 3 Pinnacle of 44 Mica of item glacier ice muscovile 90 Perform 4 Hebrew 45 Idea: 91 Couples priest comb. 92 Coagulates 5 Argues form 12 Burl - el al. 13 Seed 56 Undraped integument figures 14 Poltroon 57 Steals cattle 60 Mentally alert 61 Stories 62 Household gods 65 Ex-GI 66 Style of house 68 Rude shelter 70 - and Isolde 71 Koran chapters 72 Ornament' al vessel 73 Sight in 39 Method of Sicily preparing 74 Excess of coffee 41 Open lesions 42 Ardent account device IS Hindu garments 25 Ammonia compound 29 Narrow passage 32 Compass reading 35 The dill 36 Minute groove solar year 75 New Zealand aborigine 76 Compass point 91 Famous general 96 Palazzo or palais 97 Biblical name 98 Very stupid 99 Mortal 100 Crushing snake 101 Loader 103 Combs wool 104 Home of Saul's witch 105 English author I0« A frolic 109 -- mater; a membrane 111 Irish novelist 114 Loiter 116 Russian plane Average time of solution: 63 minutes. 77 Early autos 117 Yellow 80 Palm leaf bugle (var.) 119 Epoch wA ro Answers On Page 8'D Wins Contest Tommy Eddy of GraveUe, has won recognition in national c o m p e t i t i o n sponsored b y Cricket Magazine, a publication for children. He submitted a poem entitled "Questions." His p o e m a n d accompanying drawings appears in the October issue of the magazine. Transportation Group To Hold Fall Meeting The University of Arkansas Chapter of Delta Nu Alpha, professional transportation society, will hear Boh Shaw, president of Willis Shaw Frozen Foods Express,, al its first meeting of the fall Tuesday [according lo Dr. 1 Grant M. 'Davis, Oren Harris professor of Business Counseling Program Begun At UA Northweit Arkansas TIMES. Sunday, Od. 6, 1974 l*yiTTIVILLR, ARKANIA* A Small Bus in ess Institute, a a n a g e m e n t counseling ogram, has been established iis fall at the University of rkansas, sponsored jointly by e University and Ihe Small uslncss Administration. Dr. John Todd, assistant pro ssor In the Department of !anagement and Institute co ·dinulor, said management sslstance will b provided to nail business owners by a acuity-student team from the niverslty's College of Business dmlnistration. The student i e m b e r s , all graduate .udents, receive scholastic redit for their participation in IE program. "The Institute rovldes opportunities for the Indents, the small business- lan, and also the University," odd said. Project · expenses will be overed by a grant from the mall Business Administration. The businesses gain this assis- ance at no cost," Todd ex- lains. "Experience at other niyersities has shown that usinessmen who have worked vith this program n e a r l y unanimously agree on its value ·ilh many requesting a second earn to be assigned after Ihe irst project's completion." The program will allow the JA lo expand management lasses in two important areas. These ares are 'small business management' and 'management onsulting'." "If there is suf- icient interest demonstrated, ve will attempt to develop ther educational 'programs in hese areas." Dr. Todd welcomes inquiries rom businessmen in Northwest Arkansas. Applications are now jeing accepted from small Jiisinesscs for future assign- nents. "We have the flexibility o match students having rarlicujar skills with business.es hat have a corresponding type of problem," he said. "For example, market skills are matched with retail problems; accounting skills with accounting problems." Dr. Todd can be reached by writing or calling the U of A Department of Management. The IB graduate students assigned to businesses in jayelteville, Springdale, and Lincoln are Bob Baslian of Joplin, Mo., Michele Burns 61 iatliesburg, Miss.; Sandra Byrd . of Spriirgfield, Mo ; Vlitchel Carter of Joplin, Mo.; Hal Cumberland of Fayetteville James Elkins of Fort Smith; Don Fisher of Marshalton, Iowa; Nancy Keith of Hot Springs; Mike Lindstom of Fayetteville; T h u r e 11 McClendon of F a y e t t e v i l l e ; Bill Meadows of Crossett; Gary Moon of Van Buren; Victor Rcdditt of Pine Bluff; Sandra Ueeves of Harlman; Tom S?ay of Bentonville; Jim Terhune ol Fayetteville; Steve Whlttinglon of Mount Ida and Tim Young of Fayetteville. -.3D Day Of Rest GUILDFORD, England (AP) -- The latest issue of the Guildford Diocesan Directory and Yearbook Indicates the clergyman's day off, printed Immediately after his telephone num- ber. An editorial gays this discourage less important on that day. li to call. 1h» TIMES li On Top of Tho N»w§ S«v«n Day* a W«k Completes Training Airman Gera IdD. Ward, son f Mr. and Mrs. Robert M Ward of Fayelteville. has completed basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He will r e m a i n a t Lackland f o r specialized training in the security police field. TRI-LAKES ANTENNA Sales and Servic* N.w t, VtHt AnUnn» Color · Black White Boosters · Towers Free Estimates 751-7927 7S1-84M . 7S1-B2ST EXCELLENCE A TRADITION I A PRACTICE 1 A PROMISE BAYLOR INVITES Arkansas exes, parents of Baylor students, prospective students and friends to a buffet and meeting, Saturday, October 12 at the Holiday Inn, 2402 N. College Ave., Fayetteville. Representatives from Baylor will be there to present a program and answer questions about Baylor today. For the 11:30 a.m. buffet, reservations should be made at the Holiday Inn. The cost of the buffet is $4 per person. Reservations for the program beginning at 10:30 a. m.are not needed. BAYLOR UNIVERSITY Waco, Taxis 76703 Transportation and faculty a viser of the society. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in room 41 of the Business Administration Building. Delta Nu Alpha is open not only lo students of transportation but also to persons who work in the field, Davis said. LIMITED SALE! Introductory offer! Join Old West Traders Club! SI 81 .OO $181,00 Is too Tow a prlco for an authentic Squash Blossom necklace. Howevir, as a Member of Old West Traders Club, you will receive, atno obligation lo buy, on illustrated bi-monthly catalogue of some ol the finest llnei or hand era (ted Indian Jewelry made In lha Southwest. We are certain you will be co thrilled with your Introductory purchase and with lha ma [o rial you will QBl through lha mall, that you wilt be a customer of Old West dart for life. You will be one of milled number with a tource if valuable Indian Jewelry at wholesale prices! Description; The necklace pictured contain! app roxi mately 6-1/2 ot. of pure Sterling sit- '^ ·* vor and 125 carats of · carefully matched Kinsman Blue turquoise stones. Since each necklace is individually hand* crafted by Navajo artisans, so mo of the workmanship details of your nacklace will vary from the pic- lure. The basic design and weight will be the same. It would ordinarily retail for over $400. The necklace is also'avaltable In Nevada Green turquoise, Coral, and Mother-of-pearl. Please indicafeyourchoice In the reply coupon below. History: The design of tJia necklace IB a canluilee old Indian adaptation of some of the decorative formal wear spoiled by the Conquista* dores from v;hom the Navajo nation learned silversmithing techniques. The design Is thought lo he embued with poweia of good fortune and proleclion from evil forces. It has long been used, and is sill) often used as a medium of exchange in the Soulh- v/esi Indian Nation E. An Indian's status and wealth is often symbol* zed by the number and quality of Squash Blossoms he owns. Authentic Hand-crafted Navajo Squash Blossom Necklace No dealers, please! Limit one per family. OLD WEST TRADERS U Posada, Santa Fe, NM S750] Better than Money Back Guarantee: WMh your necklace, we v/lll send you a matching pair of handcrafled turquoise and silver earrings. The earrings have a retail value of over $25, U for any reason you are not satisfied with your Introductory Squash Blossom necklace, return the necklace only v/ilhin 14 days, and your $161 will be Immediately refunded, THE EARRINGS ARE YOURS TO KEEP AS A GIFT FROM THE N A V A J O NATION/OLD WEST TRADERS {Member, Chamber of Commerce; Bank, reference--First National Bank of Albuquerque). President 1 Please *ond me one gilt boxad Squaih Blosiom Necklace inQKingman Blu* Turquolie, QNevid* Green Turquo]i»,QCoral tRad),QMother of Pearl (White). Q] I am enclosing checfc or money order for $131.00 plus $3,50 postage, handling! and Insurance, (Allow 4 wtekc dalivoiy.) QCfiira* my BinVAmsncird account Exp,D»t«_ Glgnslur*. AddfMt City. ...... . -Zip- A F L I G H T O F F U N A N D F A N C Y TAtKLl . MTL TOYJ ANO KOCH. KH» NIISCN tTHNASIUM EOUIPMEM iEAR ARCHERV » V1GTGR/KA GOLF EQUIPMENT OCTOBER 7-13 See this Fascinating Cartoon Sculpture by Rowland Emett, creator of the zany Inventions shown in the Movie, "CHITTY CHITTY BANG BANG" We At the Mall on/as laza So Near. . . .So Much SATURDAY, OCT. 12

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