Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on February 21, 1973 · Page 22
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· Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Wed., Nb. 21, FAVITTCVILLI, ARKANSAS Senate Urged To Restore Loans Vetoed By Nixon Cranes Missing AUSTWELL, Tex. The loss ol eight (AP) whooping WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Senate has been urged to send another message on spending priorities to President Nixon today by restoring low-interest loans for rural electric and telephone systems which Nixon vetoed last year. The Senate Tuesday passed a $1.5-billion bill to provide services for the elderly. This was the third bill pocket-vetoed by the President last year to clear the Senate this session in a dispute over whether the Whit House or Congress sets spending priorities. Nixon refused to sign the aid- for-the-aging bill, along with others on providing aid for airports and public-works authorizations, saying Congress overspent and left him no alternative. Congress has said, however, It should decide which programs are funded and which are not, and that Nixon's actions usurped its constitutiana rights. The Rural Electrification Ad- nrnistration bill was offered bs S--. Hubert H. Humphrey, D Minn., and co-sponsored by 5 ot : 'cr senators. : "What we've got to do is sem the president a message, to quote a certain Alabama gover nor." Humphrey said Tuesday. "And the message is simple- Just abide by the law. Just do what you're required by law to do." Abolishing RSA, Humph rev said is "a refusal by tin president to carry out th law." Sen. Thomas F. Eagleton, D Mo., floor manager of the bil providing aid to the elderly pointed out that the new ver sion cuts out $500'million ovei three years to meet some of thi president's objections. · "I do not seek a confrontation With the president ...," Eagle ton said. "Nevertheless. I a|sc ielieve that we' in Congres tannot shirk our responsibility a enact programs that meet he needs of the nation's elderly itizens." The bill was passed by an 82- vote with all opposing votes ast by Republicans. It now ;oes to the House, which yet las to act on the other two Senale-passed measures. cranes from a wild flock of 59 that winters at the Arkansas National Wildlife Refuge is ' enormous magnitude," says the refuge's acting manager Lee Malett. That the graceful birds may be wintering elsewhere "is long shot and highly unlikely," he said. Wildlife agencies in Min nesota and Kansas were unable confirm reports dead Sales Practices In Insurance Business Rapped WASHINGTON (AP) -- The author of a consumers' guide lo buying insurance says "the deceptive sales practices found in the life-insurance industry con- slitutc a national scandal." Dr. Joseph M. Belth also told Senate judiciary subcommittee looking into the insur- ace field Tuesday that buyer's apathy has resulted in the industry generally training its agenls almost exclusively in selling techniques on perhaps only one or two of the available policies. Consumer advocate Ralph Nader and Belth. an Indiana University insurance professor, called for federal guidelines for life insurance, spelling out costs and benefits, similar to the truth-in-lending law. Statistician Ernest J. Moorhead urged the insurance industry to develop a plan for comparing policies of some 1,800 companies. Nader said the federal and state governments should provide "yardstick" competition by offering simple, low - cost lerm insurance, a policy that only pays a benefit upon death to widow and children. cranes found in those states, Fifty-one of the cranes have Mallett said. been at the refuge since mid- November. The Canadian Wild Service reported record 16 whooper nests sightec last summer in the Wood Buffalo National Park in northern Canada. Lawsuit Filed To Block New Bank hi Fayetteville FORT SMITH - Three 'ayetteville financial insli- ulio.is have -joined with six other banks and sayings associations In a suit filed in U. S. District Court here seeking to block a . new bank at Fayelteville. The institutions filed suit against William B. Camp, federal comptroller of the currency, to stop the issuance of a charter for a new national bank. The plaintiffs are First National Bank, Mcllroy Bank and Federal Savings and Loan Association, all of Fayetteville; First State Bank, First National Bank and American Savings and Loan Carol Rose, Loris Stanlon, Madeline Rose, Dwight Morris, John Cook, Donald Baker and John Owen applied for pcr- Association, all Springdale; the Bank of Elkins; the Bank of Lincoln, and Farmers and Merchants Bank of Prairie Grove. The plaintiffs slate that July 1972 C. T. Pearson J Jackson Eoff, Virginia Morris, mission Grange Plans Meeting Here * A Tri-State Leaders Conference of the Grange will be held in Fayetteville at the Ramada Inn March 30, 31 and April 1. Grange leaders from Oklahoma, Texas and Arkansas will attend, hold workshops and greet national Grange officers who will be here. The conference is announced Dan Jessup Rogers, master of the Arkansas State Grange. The national organization will be represented by John Scott, national master; Jerome Davis, high priest ol organize a bank under the . name of Northwest National Bank, to be located on he northern boundary of Fayetteville and just South of Springdale. STATE ACTION The suit contends that in the same month the Bank of Elkins had made an application to move its facility from Elkins to the location selected by the Northwest National Bank, but that the Arkansas State Bank Board rejected the request, saying that there was no need for a third bank at Fayetteville. Demeter; William J. Brake, na tional lecturer; Ted Amick, national Drocter, lecturer; national Robert secretary; The nine institutions alleged that in November that the federal comptroller, through a three-man panel, conducted a hearing but that the comptroller refused to include the record of the hearing of the Arkansas Itate Bank Board. The plaintiffs contend that on February 9 the comptroller without giving a well-reasoned opinion justifying the issuance of a new charter, approved the charter. The suit contends that unles he was enjoined, the comp troller would issue a chartei and would cause irreparabli injury to the other institutions. The suit asked the court tc enter a judgment that thi by an Mrs. Alta Peck, national director of women's activities; and Mrs. Agnes Ingwersen, n a t i o n a l superintendent ol Membership An honorary membership wltt .,e presented to Donald Grimes. Fayetteville City Manager, *" S i g m a Iota Epsilon, h o n o r a r y. and professional management .fraternity at ths rtarch meeting. The group '-will convene at 6:30 p.m. March 1 at Bowen s Restaurant. Charles A. Bidwell, business manager of the University of Arkansas athletic department will be the speaker. Recital Scheduled Jerome Rappaport, professor of music at the University of Arkansas, will give a piano recital at the Arts Center Concert Hall this evening at 8 o'clock. The public U invited. comptroller ' that acted unlawfully h e abused hi discretion in the matter. The a l s o seek injunctio restraining him from givinj final approval for operation - "Get with the Girls who make it" FABRIC CITY SAVE 20% FOSTORIA AMERICAN CRYSTAL Fostoria's famous American pattern stemware and Giftware that blends so beautifully -with every decor. Choose from all the pieces shown.at 20%-savings. At WATSON'S We Gladly Accept USDA Food Stamps At WATSON'S We Save You Money Every'Day of The Week Blue Ribbon FROZEN MELIORINE !/2 Gallon Full Quarts 32-oz. Bottle Each P R O D U C E Red Ripe TOMATOES Lb. 19c Fresh Green 3-lb. 2-oz. Box With $5.00 Purchase or More Excluding Tobacco LETTUCE Fresh CARROTS 2 Heads 39fe '£ lOc Fresh Green ONIONS 2 -- 19c Win You Cherry Pie FILLING 21 -Or. 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