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Sunday, October 13, 1974
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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Od. 13, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Premier Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO PAQUIN ACROSS 1 A close loop 5 Noted chemist 1C Falcon 15 Cougar 19 Olive genus 20 Plowed land 21 Banal 22 Islands in Galway Bay 23 Belated through blood 24 Guttural 25 Actress Eve 26 Keg 27 Optimistic 29 Solidifies 31 Sioux Indian ·33 Unsorted ; wheaten flour. 34 French painter 35 Firn 36 Whorls 39 Early governor of Virginia « To harangue 44 Approval 45 Rekindled 46 Arabian country 47 Nothing 48 Table spread 49 Purposive 50 Blanched 51 Broad- topped hill 52 Fit fiddle 53 Subject 54 Also called Chosen 55 Visible sign 56 Abated 58 Mormon leader 59 Compensation 60 Russian city 61 Certain ditches 62 I-evee 63 Mining excavations 68 Formal dances 67 Decorating 71 Mattress- filling 72 Lively dance 73 The Hack nightshade 74 Russian community 75 Mimicker 76 Pub game 77 Tightwad 78 Girl's nickname 79 Thrice (Music) 80 Daises 81 Auctions 82 Actress Dcbra 83 Voracious 85 Nervous walker 86 Sucking fish 87 Gumbo 88 Three- masted vessels 89 Icelandic tale 90 Edible nut 93 Vampire 94 Beard 98 Bone: comb, form 99 Brick 101 Goat ' antelope 103 Layer of the iris 104 Large vat 105 Warble 106 Roman official 107 Skating area 108 Alleviate 109 Stone slab (var.) 110 Glutted 111 Medicinal plant DOWN 1 Hawaiian trees 2 Miss Chase 3 German denial 4 leaping' marsupial 5 Sliip's cranes 6 Sphere of action 7 Vegetable . 8 Mountain on Crete 9 Opium, for one 10 Slater's tools 11 Court decree 1Z Young farm . animals 13 French season 14 Delivered 15 Green Bay player 16 Pure form of trona 17 Beechnuts 18 Singer Paul 28 Indians 30 The dill 32 English river 34 Acid in apples 35 Valley in Argon's 36 Drinking toast 37 Throb 38 Concepts 39 Frozen 40 Biblical name 41 Minnesota city 42 Kitchen device 43 African antelope 69 Saltpeter 70 Garbo 72 Italian city 73 Actress Vera 76 Portals 77 Bundles 78 Japanese town 86 Fish 81 Hindu garment 45 Drive back 82 Wooden 46 Stories 49 Vocal qualities 50 Cat fishes 51 Frown 53 Sandpiper 54 Arboreal marsupial ' 55 Word on the Wall 57 Profound sleep 58 Egg parts 59 More mature 61 Mediterranean island 62 Challenges 63 Ray 64 Recorded 65 Aida, for one 66 Russian czar 67 Card game 68 Adult insect stage pins 84 Stick together 85 Girl's name 86 Ranted 88 Biblical place 89 Fissile rock 90 A fuel 91 Continent 92 Saintes (abbr.) 93 Mineral deposit 94 Legal instrument 95 Wicked 96 VVestern city 97 Japanese drink 100 Companion of dash 102 Harem room Live It Up By H. D. MCCARTY Chaplain of the Razorbacks Can a "little" thing like cuss- Ing really be so bad? On the surface a little profanity every now and then seems to "spice" up life, prove one is a man, and lets the "gusto" out. etc... ad n a u s e u m. Everywhere one turns today words of profanity are surfacing with increasing regularity. We hear more and more of it on television. In many cases newspapers no longer draw a line but print the "expletives" uttered by those interviewed. One of the more tragic signs of the times is the use of profanity by our children. A concerned parent I par mtly, Average time of isolation: 65 minutes. 98 108 commented to me recently, "It looks like my .child "could learn to cuss just by goirig ; to elem'eti ; tary School. All the words are there." I DON'T WANT to make a mountain out of a mole hill. Cussing is really just a surface issue. It is a symptom of a deeper problem. Causes of profanity include low intelligence, upbringing by crude parents, the use tor emphasis by refined people, the desire to shock, an attempt to control others by expressing anger or fear. Just plain habit, the belief that "it's cute," to compensate for inferiority or to's aggression or bitterness. V One authority has suggested that one who uses "expletives" continually -might need psychological help. In general .the use of profanity does indicate some sort of maladjustment.. Many of us who had pleaded for patience, understanding, and trust for President Nixon were shocked and dismayed at the expletives occuring again and again in the tapes. I missed any reference to God, idealism, a n d Christian compassion. About this tragic revelation Dr. Billy Graham commented with sadness, "This is a man I never knew." THIS MIGHT shock you but the Third Commandment, "Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy Got! in vain," is not simply a commandment against cussing. The implications are far more enormous than that. What the Scripture ie saying of the Father is "Be careful how you touch me," or "You shall not bring My Name into your empty purposes," or "You shall not consider my character and name in futility," or to sum it up,' the thrust of the Third C o m m a n d m e n t i s "High Voltage:. Be careful how you touch me." Cussing relates to t h e Third Commandment like a headache relates to cancer. Both of the latter are problems but one, is far more serious than the other. What comes out of the mouth is only an indicaton of where a person's mind and heart is. As the Lord Jesus puts it "the mouth speaks what the heart is full of." IN THE LAST analysis all of us need to admit that our anger or life style is often expressec in less than the most dignifiec ways. Some; may not "say it' verbally but -they at leas admit that controlling our ton gue is a good way to star analyzing and controlling ou hearts and minds. Lord Byron said on this sub j'ect, "He didn't know what to say, so he swore." Profanity has been defined' as "the effor of a feefole mind to express it self forcibly." Jesus Christ sai a man's "yes" should :be "yes and his "no", "no." In othe words,. deleting 'one's own ex ple'tives . i s . aUyays the bes course :of, acton.... ''·}· '.·-· ' Chase Heads Panel Dr. Jiiines S. Cluise, chalr- iiiin ol the 'Department of lislory at the University of Arkansas, has been elected resident of the newly organ- zed Arkansas Association of College History Touchers. The Association WHS formed list week in u meeting at Little Hock and an initial membership cf more than 60 faculty members from 16 colleges anc universities from throughout the state. · Other officers elected by the roii;j were Dr. C. K. Me Farland of Arkansas State University at Jonesboro, vice president, and Dr. Raymond Muncy of Harding College ii S o'a r c y , secretary-treasurer Members ot the Executive Board are Dr. Jane Fagg o Arkansas College at Batesville Dr. William J. Megginson o Garland County Communil; College in Hot Springs, Dr. G Everett Sluvens of Ouachita B a p t i s t University ii Arkadelphia, and Dr. Harpl Smith of the University o Arkansas at Little Rock. Rice Honored On Retirement Rex Rice, an employe of the holding membership no. 001. He Jnlverslty of Ai'kansus Physical retired for medical Ifint since 1952. WHS honored rellsonSi Ho ls married und th» it u recent retirement lun- :lieon. He received u wiitcli rom Local 905 of the Association of State, County und Municipal Employes, and a jlaque from the Physical Plant department. Rice began his UA career as an electrician and since 1965 lias leaded the Special Activities father of u son and daughter. He was a leader in the UARK Federal Credit Union at the UA, Tread For Roads LONDON (AP) -- A new accident-saving road surface, with tread pattern like an auto tire, has been developed in Britain.. The design should stop skidding and cut spray hazards on wet roads. Scientists at Birmingham University spent seven years evolving the new surface, which cannot become polished or slippery. · REX MCE district wise Why not vote for. a woman? To have good, equal and honest government, you must have capable people in that government. I have no outside interests to distract me from getting; the job done right in Little Rock. Answers to Puzzle on Page 4D Wolf To Present Paper In Vienna Dr. Helmut Wolf, who holds the Raymond Giffels distin- g u i s h e d professorship i n mechanical engineering at the University of Arkansas, has been invited by the International Atomic Energy Agency to present a paper at the S y m p o s i u m o n Thermodynamics of Nuclear Materials, Which will he held in Vienna, Austria, Oct. 21-25. Dr. Wolf was nominated by the United States Energy Commission and the Department of State to lecture at the prestigious meeting. His paper deals 'with predicting steady and transient thermodynamic temperatures in composite nuclear fuel rods. This subject is concerned, he said, with "the safe ficient removal of and ef therma nergy resulting ission process in from the a nuclear power plant." He said the :urrent energy crisis will exert economic pressure for increased performance from nuclear reactors and that this, in urn, .will require more sophisticated fuel technology. Dr. Wolf's paper will be pre sented on the first day of the session, October 21, He shares credit for the paper with one of his former Ph.D. students Dr. R. M. Krudener. of whom Dr. Wolf said, "I don't think I'll ever have the privilege o working with a better man thai he as a Ph.D. student.' Krudener is the former presi dent of Shakespeare Corp., an now heads his own researcl firm, Therm-Search Associates in Jackson, Wyo. Poet To Visit UA John Ciardi, internationally nown poet, critic, translator ind essayist, will visit the University of Arkasas campus next veek under the sponsorship of he Creative Writing Program n the Department of English. Ciardi will give a public read ing of his work Wednesday at 8 p.m. in room 102 of the Communications Center. It is open to the public and is free. While on campus, Ciardi also will meet with the graduate-level creative writing workshops and will hold individual conferences about their work with students in the poetry writing program. Invitational Exhibit Neppie Conner, professor ol art at the University of Arkansas, is participating in an invi- aliunal exhibit at the Park Central Gallery In Springfield, Mo. Miss Conner's work, eight watercolors and three oils, is being displayed along with wall hangings and paintings by Linda Obermoeller and Ila Hill Hensen. 7'/2% We have a savings program and interest rate to meet your needs. Foyetteville Savings Loan Association 201 N. East Avenue World's Most Fantastic Portrait Offer LIFE SIZE 16 by 20 COLOR PORTRAIT BUST VIGNETTE SEMI GLOSSY FINISH (Similar portraits have been priced in Studios from $29.95 to $49.95) BABIES · ADULTS · GROUPS FAMILY GROUPS UP TO TEN PEOPLE JUST $2 EXTRA No appointment needed. One special per family. Minors must be accompanied by a parent. Proofs are shown by appointment. Proofs must be seen in person. Portraits nil] be delivered in person. 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