Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 27, 1974 · Page 27
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 27

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, October 27, 1974
Page 27
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Premier Sunday Crossword Puzzle By JO PAQUIN ACROSS -.51 Storm 1 Sluice or 55 Frees lock (Obs.) 57 English 8 Musical bandleader inslrument 58 Curse of , 10 Eskcrs cities 14 Make .59 Started corrections: 60 Genus of 19 Mummer 20 Poet 21 City in New York 22 Prime mover 23 Building material 25 Mood of serious absorption 27 Labia 28 Unmoored 30 Wings 31 Secrete 32 Netherlands commune 33 Wild plum 31 Bitter vetch 36 Therefore 38 -- Darya 39 Wampum 40 Plant part 42 To gull 41 Esteem V Liken 49 Mexican blanket '53 Nautical term 91 Animals 95 Pack S7 Noted author 98 Riding whip 89 Hebrew letter 102 Entrance mosquitoes 104 Make lace 105 Open receptacle 106 Fortify 109 Exchange premium 111 Above 113 German city 115 Samoan seaport 62 Double 63 Daughter of Loki 61 Most cunning 5 Dessert item 67 Fly alone 68 Troubles 69 Menu item 75 Granulated 116 Nazi pig iron 78 Theater sign 81 Italian coin .82 Trite '83 Peep show 84 Baggy trouser' leg 85 Starred 1 lizard 87 Harbor sight 88 Serf 89 Breakfast item 90 Hollow vessels 82 Daughter - of tycoon 4 Farm .animals 5 Sea bird 6 Tasty snack I Love, in Rome 8 Hindu queen 9 Promotion 10 Sphere II Rail bird 12 Soap plant 13 Recompense 14 German city 15 Egger 16 Small reticules 119 Coffeewood 17 Simpleton 121 Reigning 18 Washday beauty 122 Word in Mark 15:34 123 Dangle 124 Shield (archaic' 125 Baker's . need · aid 24 Dinner course 26 Hot wine drink 29 Snare 33 Spanisl painter 126 Redecorate: 35 Dung 127 Farm beetle animals 37 Overt ' 128 American 39 Ago capitalist DOWN 1 Rich fur 2 Caustic 3 Mining excavation 40 Spurious 41 German city 43 Wears away 45 Cry of Bacchanals 46 British prison 47 Enclosure 48 Root of the taro 50 Border on 51 Map of town site 52 Wriggling 54 Lab vessels 56 Tennessee college town 59 Fleshy tubers 61 Tricky 64 Peruse 6« Nelly -67 Pundits 69 Spill the beans 70 Capital of Latvia 71 Early coins 72 Every 73 Medicinal plants 74 Dutch statesman 75 Gambling house item 76 Civet 77 Ornamental vessels 44 Headstrong 78 Lath 79 Kind of 1 wine 80 Makes choice 84 Menu item 86 Pilaster 89 City in New York 91 Beverages 93 Highway 94 German physicist % Shrivel 98 Creeps 99 Cat 100 Be in harmony 101 Musical instrument 103 A sheer linen 105 Fulcrum for oar 106 On the left side(Naut.) 107 Starr 108 Motion picture tycoon 110 Birds 112 Goad 114 To brag 115 Sleeveless garments 117 Seine 118 Spanish uncle 120 Greek . letter Hot' Cereal Popular BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (AP) -- More t h a n 8 million Americans a year sit down to eat a bowl of hot oatmeal on «n average morning -- half again as many as eat any other hot or cold cereal --and this number is growing by leaps and hounds. According to an industry spokesman, the burgeoning consumption of the wholesome cereal is due largely to "its economy compared with other hot breakfast foods Programmed Pigs RACINE, Wis. (AP) -- While the "back to nature" movement is sweeping Ihe country, a and the introduction of convenient, new instant oatmeal varieties and .flavors," The spokesman also reports that the on-coming cold weather months will increase the cereal's popularity even f u r t h e r . "People buy about t w i c e as much oatmeal in January as they do in July," he said; scientist at Hie University of .Missouri is headed in the oppi- site direction toward "programmed pitfs." Wisconsin Agriculturist, a rural magazine, reports tlial scientist Billy N. Day is ·using hormones similar t o ' t h e birth control pill to induce earlier puberty, control ovulitlion and increase litter size of pigs. -Some of the drugs lie's using produce side effects which prohibit their being usuil on the f a r m , but Day is certain he's on the right track. Ncrlhwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Oct. 27, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S 3D Adequate Fuel WASHINGTON (AP) -- A n i n i t i a l survey by the Agriculture Department shows f a r m - crs arc in pretty good shape for fuel to dry grain so far this f a l l . Reports from USDA field offices indicate LP gas supplies "are currently adequate to meet crop-drying needs in v i r - tually all states," officials said Friday. Some counties reported I-P and natural gas supplies were tight but none rcporicd acute problems, the department said. The survey report was (he first this fall on the.crop-drying fuel situation. Officials said agency offices will continue to monitor supplies and issue biweekly reports through mid-Da- ccrnbcr. : OPEN DAILY 9-9; SUNDAY CLOSED ff * B® Average time of solution: 61 minutes. 28 m 41 bi SB 63 m 69 81 85 90 · 99 109 lib 121 125 9 45 '/m, W% 7ft '9, 100 » m 46 ^M' 71 '%/$ 101 ia 'jHf 67 9J 1 m 110 'W'' Wt 64 '9: m. 86 ( O Z if in -iff. ^ 82 '·w/$ 91 I I I · w/. mj^ 87 P? yfa m I2fa n 47 H Ti 92 J/%/ I///// IOA 40 · n 1J a; P. 112. if|l 71 104 P na jjj,. pf ^ IP n '^ w y*. 11} n, rfr iff '· 55. GO 6S" 9 75 S3 as iiy 125 \il 41 'jjk IS n 111 n 46 n Tl m ?*?/' I0i V- itf S£ b b d ys ·19 n 61 'My//,, 94 'Hi? ii SI ^^·J^ 66 ii 89 H UO 124 123 4S ez n 94 H US M% WM 5o i§, IB m 104 jjs SI jj t W m 101 n sz n eo n 108 Answers On Page 8-D Eden And Hitler She LONDON (AP) -- Brilis Foreign Secretary Anlhon Eden and Adolf Hitler wer comparing their experiences World War I during a dinne party in Berlin in 1935, Eden who is now Lord Avon, recallc ire Ex ti "We ? it?" E n " An r ought , 1 periences 11, it seems so, doesn' den replied, d you missed him! Yot to be shot!" said Poncct. Killings Reported CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- Police shot and killed 50 persons -- 42 of them Africans -- in the execution of their duties during the six months ending June 30, 1974, J. T. Kruger, the minister of police, said rhtrinff nnestinninff in Partia- Use Our Convenient Lay-A-Way Plan MONDAY TUESDAY iii a television interview today. They found they had fought in the same sector about the same time. Avon said afterward Francois Poncct, the French ambassador at- Hie time, asked him, "Is it true (hat you were opposite Hitler on the war?" Top Donor Dies CAPE TOWN, South Africa (AP) -- Joseph W. Pritchard, 73, who set a world record by donating more than 200 pints of blood in his lifetime, has die.d here. K mart Blasts Rising Prices withmfaFgtitistfciffii 2 Days Only! TRICKY NEW KNIT TOPS Your Choice Reg. 3.96 2.88 Wardrobe-makers at thrifty savings. Nylon novelty tops in a myriad of bewitching styles; fashion-right cotton T-shirls, and more. Misses' sizes. Shop at K mart. RAGGEDYANiv BATMAN® OR OR ANDY® RBIDFRMAN® Women'! Sizes WOMEN'S 10" BOOTS Peg. 8.97 2 Days Slush boots of black molded rubber with furry modacrylic pile collar, 2" heel. Save! ment. Kruger said tht others killed included seven coloreds (mixed race )and one Asian. No whites were killed during the period, he said. Three policemen--one white and two Africans -- were killed on duty during the six- month period. THE NEW JODEE BRA AND FORM FOR AFTER BREAST SURGERY Comfort and a natural look without alterations. 0 Come in oncf walk out wearing It · Form guaranteed for 5 years 0 Covered by many major medical plans · Available in Antron III® doubleknil and Lace long lin« Fashion bra has built-in self-lsv«ling itrotch pocketi. It's non-allergic... .no riding up. Machina washable. Th* breast form is so natural and feminine it can be worn under the most clingy knits and is totally carefree, Will not change shape or dimension and will not evaporate. Jodee bras and breast forms are now totally recoverable for payment under the new Medicare Law. MEET THE JODEE STYLIST -- Come in this week and meet the Jodee specialist, Ms. Paulina Johnson, who will answer your questions and fit you perfectly, Wednesday, Oct. 30th and Thursday, Oct. 31st, Fayelteville. Boston Store N.W. ARK. PLAZA -- SHOP 10 A.M. Till 9 P.M. Men's Blue Denim Work Jeans Reg. 1.97 2 Days Your Choice Tots' costumes for Halloween in colorful rayon and vinyi. Masks included. Fit3-5. " Reg. 2.97 2 Davs ~~~ Your Choice big or small Kids big or small love the mighty crimefight- ers! R a y o n / v i n y l costumes with masks. S-M-L INFANTS' PLAY SET Reg. 3.97-2 Days 44 2-Pc. Set Cotton stacks 'n acrylic top {or tots 12-24 mos. At thrifty savings. VINYL SHOPPING BAG Reg. Big 13x15x4". rvl. ?^ -- TIIO. not. ' KHOC.OLAT Man's Sizes Solid Colors SPORT OR DRESS SHIRTS Yow Cho/co Our Reg. 6.44-6.96 3.96 a. Denim - trim b. Dress shirts in westerns in Kodel 9 textured polyester polyes-ter/eolton. or polyester/cotton Men's siz es. oxford cloth. Your Choice 2 Days Only! Packages of delicious junior-size Hershey® Krackel® or Millc Chocolate (18 bars par pkg.), Mr. Goodbar* (20 bars) R-eese (30 cuns), Baby Ruth® (30 bars) or ButterfingerR (20 bars). \'i 2.22 .Choice of ' Colors, V ,, Sizes t MEN'S HIP BOOTS VINYL RAINSUIT m \ /I * . Model 170500 OIL FILTERS TAPE PLAYER fi~bkj- Reg. 10.44 ~~W*9f flea. 3.33 "^^ *· Peg. 2.97 ·''jair Our Reg. * D W* /Cta^ft 2°^ mi 2-Pc. 2DayS mZlChargelt 54 ' 88 Hr ElZDays Double knee. Adjust- Detachable hood, zip Cartridge or spin-on fil- Mini stereo 8-lrack . a We knee. Wp straps, front Men's sizes. ters for most U.S. cars. Sic ico Speakers ......11.88 Pr. i-- «- s. r n CKse Cera?** NESTEA INSTANT TEA 3 0». timil 1 PRINGLES TWIN PACK Limit 1 MILK BALLS MALTED 74* M.b. Box LIMIT 2 DISPOSABLE BUTANE LIGHTER BEEF STEAK PIE 15W Oz. DRY PvOASTED PEANUTS 12-Oz. Jar Limit 2 Hwy. 71 B, North at Rolling Hills Drive in Fayelieville r Ark.

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