Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1969 · Page 7
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GAO Says Peace Corps Helps U.S. Balance Of Payments WASHINGTON' (AP) General Accounting Office says the Peace Corps is contributing lo the nation's balance of payments problem by paying return fares to some volunteers in dollars instead of in available excess foreign currencies. The congressional agency said volunteers serving in Ceylon, India, Morocco and Tunisia could be provided transportation home at virtually no cost to the government--and with no harm to the payments deficit-if excess currencies available in those countries were used. More than 1,200 volunteers serve in those countries. The Associated Press revealed in February 1968 that the Peace Corps was distributing $3 million a year to volunteers for return fares without taking any precautions to insure the expenditures did not contribute to the dollar drain. The GAO report covered one clement of this problem--the failure to use several foreign currencies which the United States has accumulated in vast amounts through sales of agricultural ffootte Thnsp pprn be exchanged 'or dot- The GAO said the Peace lars. COMVdn KOMQv . CLEVELAND. Ohio (AP)-A man robbed the S*. Thomas Aquinas convent Wednesday, getting $9 before being chased out by a (creaming nun. Sister Mary Francis said she ran down the street after the robber but M « * ' Cnrps transDOrtal ! 'n tributed $182.000 to the dollar drain in India alone during one n.month period. that several people ignored her cries tor help. m TU ill ant TUTOMMC S ill antn * **!«* Km. Cixl - ItmUU OM. iw. in-tni 35 :. Buck St LAST CHANCE TO HIT World Penned BREVETTATA TEAR GAS PISTOL Appearance of this tear gas weapon o similar to real gun. Ideal for people wta work in lonely, dark locations and require protection. Men giva this gun to wives and dauqh- lers for nighr security. 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