Golftabugg Registcf*Mail, Galesbura, Ml. Wed,, July IQn 1963 25 OuRiUOSTQRS "You think these shots srt funny* Effsndl? You oughta sss my fsstl'* Tight Credit Might Retain Cash at Home By SAM DAWSON NEW YORK (AP) - Tightening credit in the midst of an abundance of money is the neat trick that the nation's top money managers would like to try. The idea would be to give those who have funds to lend for a few weeks or months a higher return than at present, but'at the same time make it no more expensive for you to buy on time or to finance a new home or for businessmen and local governments to handle their long term borrowing needs. The goal is to keep available short term funds contentedly invested at home instead of swelling further the coffers of foreign businesses and governments. Some New York bankers say the trick can be done—that is, raise the charges the U.S. Treasury pays for short term bills and that bankers pay when they borrow from the Federal Reserve, but leaving untouched the prime rate that bankers charge businessmen witii the highest credit standing. The money managers actually have been carrying out this split policy for some time in their fight to cut the outflow of American dollars and gold. They've kept short term rates fairly high compared with those on long term loans. Now the top' financial men in Washington are talking of making short term borrowing even costlier—and still hopefully keeping long term money comparatively easy. Treasury. Secretary Douglas Dillon says a study by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York indicates that a rise' in short term rates here could cut this nation's balance of payments deficit by $500 million. Since the balance has been running against the United States at an annual rate of $3.2 billion, every little bit would help. New York bankers have been talking for at least two months of the probability of a hike in the discount rate to make short term borrowing more expensive. This rate is what the Federal Reserve charges member banks to borrow funds. This rate traditionally sets the pace for the banks' own charges to their customers, READ THE WANT ADS! Cookie Hint: Make Now, Bake Later Make up these refrigerator cookies and bake them as needed. Skillet Lamb Chops Stewed Tomatoes Mashed Potatoes Bread Tray Fruit Brown Sugar Cookies Brown Sugar Cookies 2 cups sifted flour 2 teaspoons baking powder V\ teaspoon salt Vz cup butter or margarine ,1 cup dark brown sugar, firmly packed 1 egg Vi cup medium • fine chopped walnuts Sift together the flour, baking powder and salt. Cream butter and brown sugar; beat in egg thoroughly. Stir in sifted dry ingredients, then walnuts. 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