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NorthwÂ»rt Atfccmtai TWItÂ» Sunday, Oct. 13, 1974* 3D Puzzle Game For Prizes Underway If you cnn correctly (ill In missing Icllors to n few clues, you might win the exciting Prizcword Puzzle game starting today on page 4-B in the Norlli- west Arkansas TIMES. A p p e a r i n g each Sunday, Prlzeword' Puzzle is tlie intriguing family game llial pays off in cash! This week's prize starts off with $250, plus $100 In bonuses. When there are no winners, the jackpot builds up to '''z'.'.ying amounts. | Prizeword Puzzle is easy to play, requiring only a few words to complete the puzzle. There is ony one correct solution, only one word that precisely fits the description in the clue. Winner's names and the correct solution to the puzzle will be printed each Friday. Each week's new Prizeword Puzzle will be published every Sunday. Now is the time to get in on the fun and games--and cash prizes. Turn to page 4-B, read the rules carefully, and fill in the missing letters.' This could be your lucky week! mar rtA? im. mrtnnu t 11 ii EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB siniiiniiiiifiiiiniiiiiiiiifflffli Stereo albums and tapes 1 44 Special assortment of stereo record albums. tapes ^ Assortment of 8-track tapes featuring many popular WHITE UOCK There were 12 members and one guest, Mrs. E. Vanderlip, present for the October meeting held at the home of Mrs. Elsie Dove. The hostess gave devotions on reputation and character. Plans were completed for the entertainment of Butterfield Club members which will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the White Rock Community Building. Mrs. Helen Hobel gave a program on baking cake. The next meeting will be held at 10:30 a.m. Nov3mber 12 at the home of Mrs. Pauline Paul. MEADOW VAf.LEY Hostesses for the Wednesday covered dish luncheon held at the Mount C o m f o r t Community House were Mrs. Roy Guinn and Mrs. Arthur Hart. Sixteen members and two guests attended. Guests Were Mrs.. A. F. Otcheck and h e r granddaughter Margaret Ot- check from Grinnel, Iowa. Mrs. D. L. Manker "gave the devotional and read poems Â· of Harvest time and Fall seasons. - Miss 'Ruth Shaw had charge of the program and discussed the various sources of the B .Vitamins and the value of each. Mrs. Hart reported on the tour made to BlarichanJ Springs Cave. Mrs. Raymond Lierly, president, reported on results of clu'o booth winnings and earning points of display. Mrs. Manker displayed a pair of pillow cases that opened down the center with a lap-over instead of at the end, and a hand made doll from detergent bolties. Next meeting will be held at the SWEPCO Hospitality Room in November. Inmate Council Says Grievances Ignored PfNE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) -Sixteen Cummins Prison Farm inmate said in a letter to the editor of the Pine Bluff Commercial Friday that they aren't receiving attention to their grievances. The inmates claimed they are members of an Inmate Council which' they said is elected by Cummins prisoners. The superintendent of prisons has refused to meet with inmates, to discuss their grievances, according to the inmates' letter. The inmates also requested that members of the news media be allowed to cover Uieir meetings. The inmates said they expected retaliation from the prison administration "either physical or psychological." Shop Penneys Mon., Thurs., Fri.-9-9 Tues., Wed., Sat.-9-5:30 Grand Jury Called On Pansy Shooting FORDYCE, Ark. (AP) -Pros. Atty. Frank Wynne of Fordyce says he has asked for a grand jury to look into a recent shooting incident at Pansy in Cleveland County. A 2!-member grand jury has been named at- Rison from which 18 persons will be selected to investigate the incident in which Laronc Lowe Jr. of Pansy was shot in both hands. Officials say the shooting was the result of a year-long feud between the Lowe family and the Jones Morrison family. 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