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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 20, 1974 FAYETTEVILLI, ARKANSAS 7A 1 Premier Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO PAQUIN ACROSS iPoct 5 Poet 10 Poet 15 Poet 19 T Aid wig 20 Shade of green 21 Disease of rye 22 Languish 23 Japanese beverage 24 Author 25 Trim 26 British statesman 27 Fastens securely 29 The sun 31 Perpetuate 33 Lampreys 34 Functions in trigonometry 36 Toward the mouth 37 Intones .40 Cleansed 42 Certain railroad car 46 Speed 47 Poet 48 Flatfish 50 Large artery 51 Circle segments · 52 Blanches 53 Harmonize 37 Sphere of combat 88 The use of irony 100 Violent stream 102 Emits explosive sounds 103 Wax 105 Brads 106 Aleutian island 107 Slow in learning 111 Wurttem- berg measure 55 Electric catfish 56 Japanese statesman 57 City in Alaska 58 Mocked 60 South American river 61 Hydrocarbon from pine tar 63 Facial expression 65 Gocart 67 Vats 69 Nose 71 Secrete 72 Spanish dance 76 Melilot 78 Moths 82 Spanish gold 83 Greenland shark 85 Civet 87 Miss Farrow 88 Tatters 90 To charge 91 Mock · attack 92 River duck 127 Obliga- 93 General tions tenor 128 Fathers 95 Worn 129 Install groove in 96 Early years office DOWN 1 Plague 2 Poet 3 Little chief. hare 4 Fire, air, water and earth 5 Warbles' 6 Jewish . months 7 Goals 8 Federal · Authority 9 Court sittings 10 German astronomer 112 Evergreen 11 Blunder shrub 12 Chills and 116 Israeli seaport 117 Rail birds 119 Lowest point 121 Heart 122 Play the lead 123 Elicit 124 Druid lodge 125 Sister of Ares 126 Amateur fever 13 Apachr Indian J4 Guides 15 Free opportunity i IS Vcni, -, vici 17 Girl of song 18 English sand hill 28 Apportion 30 Burden 39 Broad neck scarf 40 Nurses a grievance 41 Challenges 43 South African village 44 Public warehouse 45 Defense need 47 Flutter an eyelash 49 An allotted place 52 Mottled 53 Unalaskan 54 Most uncanny 57 Slights 58 Knock · down 59 Cunning trick 62 Greek letter 80 Laughing 81 Spanish (lining halls 84 Peg for a mountaineer 86 Shipping notes (abbr.) 89 Giggles 91 Sensibilities 92 Thrashes 94 Attracted 96 Neat 97 Pilaster 99 Expunged 101 Elevates 102 Cubic meters 104 Wear away 106 Swarming 107 Strike heavily (dial.) 21 Cities Set Joint Bidding On Gas Firm 64 Rib 108 Recorded 66 Support procecd- 68 Gibe ings 70 Soup dishes 109 Stuff 72 Classifies HO Cudgel 73 Palm 112 Sweet scent cockatoo 113 Painter- 74 Author sculptor radio buffs 32 Incarnation 75 Initial 114 Assam of Vishnu appearance silkworm 34 Shrieks 77 Mark, Luke 115 Musical 35 The sweet or Paul pause flag 79 Arabian 118 Behave 37 To enthrone chieftain 120 Jackie's · 38 Author (var.) spouse Average time of solution: 63.minutes. izz Answers On Page 9D But Does Wonders For The Heart Jogging Not The Best Way To Lose Weight KENNETT, Mo. (AP) Twcny-one cities in the southeast Missouri bootheel ate about to complete a pivotal step in the intricate process of jointly , bidding Tor a private natural' 'gas company which services them. K e n i) e 11 's Ci'.y Council Tuesday adopted · a resolution authorizing the Municipal Pool- Ing Service Commission in Jefferson City to bid on its behalf for the Associated Natural Gas Co. of'Blylhevflle, Ark. Richard Inman, head of (he municipal utilities system at Si- kestori, Mo., and a leader-in the unprecedented project, said lie hoped. to have similar resolutions from all the 21 cities within a few days. The Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. of Bylheville, which owns Associated Natural Gas, is taking bids Nov. 4. The Federal Power Commission in 1971 ordered Ark-Mo to divest itself of the gas company and there has been a long dispute over the parent company's insistence that it wants to sell the whole system instead of separate parts. The outcome was a directive that it en tertain bids such as the im :endmg one for the Misouri segment. CITIES INVOLVED Kennett, Sikcston, Maiden New Madrid and Charleston are the main cities involved. Other communities in Funklin, Scott, Mississippi and New Madrid counties are Holcomb, Clarkton. Martston, Lilbourn, North Lilbourn, Kewanee, Matthews, East Prairie, Morehouse, Morley, Oran, Bcnton, Chaff e,, Bertrand, llowardville and Miner. Ark-Mo Power has said 20 to 25 bidders ar ointerested in buying Associated Natural Gas, but it did not indicate whether this counted the Missouri cities. When the 21 southeast Missouri municipalities began to consider that their best interests might be served by buying the Missouri- segment of Associated Gas, they found there was no legal mechanism for such a joint venture. They formed a gas section of the Municipal Pooling Services Commission for the purpose. They also sought enabling legislation from the 1974 General Assembly, but it did not pass. Acting through the new gas section of the pooling commission, the 21 cities in the meantime hired William A. Ford and Associates of St. Louis, a consulting firm, to help them determine how much they'should bid and what portion of the cost each city should pay. Inman said the exact amount of the bid to be made Nov. 4 is a secret but it will run into the millions. "Should the cities submit, the successful bid. Inman said, other legal complexities lie ahead. The cities will need to get the approval of their voters for revenue bond issue to cover the purchase price. Inman said it has not been determined what would happen if the voters of some of the cities rejected a bond issue. He expressed a hope that it approval is gained in :ill the 1MB-' er cities some provision could be -made for them to pay the share of smaller cities where the voters d'd not choose to go along. \Vool\vortl\ Satisfaction Guaranteed · Replacement or Money Refunded Special Two Day Sale Prices Good Monday and Tuesday Only Mall Store Only : By FREDERICK I. BERNS ; TIMES Washington Bureau : WASHINGTON--Jogging may :do wonders lor your heart and :your peace of mind, but don't :let anyone.tell you it's the best '.way to lose weight. - What has become the early- 'morning ritual of physical 'fitnesen cullist everwhere is ; not. in fact, a sure-fire guarantee against belt-busting beer bellies. ' Even the longest of the long distance runners who gathered here recently for the Amateur Athletic Union convention admitted that the weight-reducug benefits of jogging are overrated. ·' "If your'e 20 or 31) pounds overweight, you ought to diet ·first," suggested Jeffrey S Darman, a member of the Washington area chapter of the Road Runners Club of America. '·Weight loss from jogging doeasn't come overnight.". Fact 'is, the average joggei burns about 200 calories during a two mile r u n , an under- whelming total considering thai there are 3,500 calorus in pound. Huff and puff your way jhrough two miles five times a week for a year, and you i lose less than 30 pounds. Surely there's an easier way. i 17 ROTC Students ; Win Scholarships ; Seventeen. Air Force ROTC "students at the University o A r k a n s a s have receiver -scholarships for the fall semes ter The scholarship pays for tui 'lion hooks and laboratory fee :olus a $10(1 per month stipend. Freshmen cadets receivin .the awards were Frederick J Cox Howard Garrett, Mark W ·Gieringer, William L. Harris ·Mark Magic, Craig MoDame Sam G. Peoples, David Proctoi Joseph Reardon Jr. and Bruc Tlecd. : Sophomores Raymond Motes and Donald B. Seals an tjuniors Myron B. Bogarr '.Randal Feemstcr, Michael ' Roberts and Howard Wimp als received the awards, accordm to Col. William E. Chatficlf professor of Aerospace Studies Some members ot the unners Club. a joggers'f ganizalion with chapters in 27 lies, note that jogging gives me heavyweights a sense of Ise security. Remarked one ub official: "They think gging is a license to eat ore." While jogging may not slim in down, it will make what u have feel better. "It not only prevents heart Road attacks that can kill you," said ony Diamond, a long distance unner who was among the top nishers in 1954 in the 26 mile ostoh marathon. ;i lt also akes you feel better while ou're living." He and others maintain that ggiiig increases your stamina nd mental alertness and rengthcns your system so that ou become less susceptible to UA Professors Publish Article Three faculty members in the 'epartment of Marketing of the 'niversity of Arkansas College f Business Administration are oint authors of two articles ublishcd recently in profes- ional journals. Dr. G. E. Kiscr, professor nd head of the Department, r. C.P. Rao, associate profes- or. and Dr. S.R.G. Rao, asso- iate professor, cooperated on he two technical articles deal- ng with "vendor attributes." ~nc appeared in Industria iarketing Management; the ther was published in the curnal of Purchasing and Mat lials Management. Also, Dr. Kiscr and Dr. C.P lao have collaborated on an .rticle for the European Journa if Marketing. It is entitled 'clues to the Dcsi'gn of a Mar ctling Mix." On Temporary Duty Technical Sgt. .1. B. Fielding son of Mr. and Mrs. Jenning 3. Fielding of Route 1, Rogers wh been deployed to Howar AFB, Canal Zone, for tempo rary duty with his Tachtical Ai Command Unit. He is an air craft maintenance technicia with the 314th Tactical Airlif Wing at Little Rock AFB. McKesson-Bexel F A L L S A L E Vi Price thru Nov. 30 East Side of Square sease. Newcomers are advised to Businesswomen's Week Proclaimed A the proclamation designating week of Oct. 20-26 as evelop a daily running routine radually, running at speeds at hich it is possible to carry n a conversation. Build up to vo miles by increasing your istance every day. Concern about heart trouble aused by such daily activity , unwarranted, according to 'arman. "Researchers have found that n marathoners there has yet o be a recorded case of heart Hack," he says. "So called ogging deaths...are invariably he weekend athlete or the icrson who is not doing enough. Setter to do nothing at all than o put sudden reverse strain on our body." Veteran joggers insist that here is no lonliness to lon_ istance running: that it is a vprthwhile invigorating ex- jerience that pays a multitude if mental lends. Be that 'educing isn't one of them. N,atiori'al Business-: Women's Week ; in Fayetteville, wa. signed last week by Mayor Russell T; Purdy. Tile proclamation urges al citizens and groups to join in the celebration of the more than 30.5 million , business , professional women as c o n t r i b u t e economic, civic daily and and they to our cultura purposes. · The proclamation was ac c e p t e d by Mrs. Lorenc Raymond, president of Fayetteville chapter of National Federation of Business a n d - ' Professional Women's Clubs, Inc. Wtinr Movies WALNUT (AP) work -- A using Cablevision's CREEK, Calif, closed-circuit net- General Electric airspace reported and physical divi- as it may, weight ' recently, that 1,600 Walnut Creek TV-cable users have signed up for a "movie package" which features first-run films. The Walnut Creek channel 10 showings of 10 current motion pictures per month. BE A SALESMAN IN REAL ESTATE Enroll in our Real Estate Course to Start Oct. 22 Prepare to Take the State Real Estate Examination Now. Approved by (he Arkansas FeV Estate Commission. Classes will meet on Tuesday and Thursday at 7 p.m. for 8 weeks. Fayetteville Business College 221 South Locust Phone 442-2241 Licensed by Stale Dcpt. of Education Acr* - solid color and it blankets 87 Reg. 6.97 Acrylic is warm as wool. Machine washable/tumble dry. Glowing solid colors, and gracious prints to choose from. 5" nylon edges gives extra wear. Hurry now for this terrific value. 72 x 90" size. 4 Rival electric crock pot 97 14 3'A quart slow electric stoneware cooker. In avocado or flame. happy home corn popper 3 qt. aluminum with transparent glass Fid, black handle and feet. 3 Reg. 4.99 happy home can opener Easy-clean. Cord storage compartment. 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