Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 12, 1974 · Page 3
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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THE WEATHER Elsewhere By THE ASSOCIATED Hi \M Albany Albu'que Amarillo Anchorage Asheville Atlanta Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo ^harleslon Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Denver Des Moincs Detroit DuUilh Fairbanks Fort Worth Helena Houston Ind'apolis Jacks'ville Juneau iansas City Marquette Los Angeles fx)uisville Las Vegas Little Rock Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls-St. P. Ne\v Orleans New York Okla. City Omaha Orlando Philad'phia Phoenix Weather Forecast Fair and warmer wcalher is ther is forecast for the Nnrth- forecust Fur most ot the na- cast and northern Plains, lion Wednesday. Colder wea- Showers are expected Cor the Southwest. Rain is forecast for the Dakota* and upper Great Lakes. (AP Wirephoto) Dates Back To Revolution Pittsburgh P'tland Ore. P'tland Me. Rapid City Reno Richmond St. Louis Salt Lake San Diego San Fran Seattle Spokane Tamp Washington 42 36 94 65 85 55 40 37 78 50 82 59 83 60 42 38 39 33 40 37 91 72 40 38 85 70 84 61 67 56 75 52 41 37 77 49 41 37 41 38 42 39 41 39 87 65 40 S5 91 75 73 50 90 67 42 40 75 52 60 38 . 7Ii 63 77 58 107 74 8ti CB 84 68 85 72 42 38 42 38 87 tig 8^ 60 88 59 72 42 91 71 82 61 109 75 40 37 40 35 41 38 PRESS Prc Otlk .. cdy .. clr ..cdy .. cdy .. cdy .. clr -- cdy .. rn .. cdy .. cdy .02 criy .04 cdy .. clr .. cdy .11 clr .05 cdy .05 cdy .. criy .. cfi .16 cdy .02 clr .. cd.v .. cdy .. fir .. criy .05 cdji .01 cdy .07 r .. el .clrilT? .. cdj .. cl .. cd .. cd .42 n .01 cd- .. cl' .. cd .. cci .. cri .. cl .17cd .. cd .. cl .20 cd .. cl .. cci 41 38 .. cd 96 45 .. c .14 c French Have Old Gold Hoarding Tradition PARIS (AP) -- Hoarding gold may be just around the corner for Americans, but Frenchmen have boon stashing it away for centuries in stockings, mattresses, old chests or under the apple tree in the garden. Private golrt ownership has been illegal in the United Slates since 1934. hut President Nixon has the authority to remove the nan. Treasury Secretary l i a m K. Simon told a congressional committee in Washington Tuesday it may be legal for Americans to own the metal before the end of the year. The tradition in France dates 'Thin tasle lhal Frenchmen lave for gold is an expression if mistrust and had memo- ·ics," President Valery discard d'Estaing said several years ago when he was finance minis- There is no official estimate of how much gold is in private back at least to Revolution, when the French the rrounlrj was in turmoil and gnlcl was the best hedge against financia disaster. Even today, very few families arc without at least a little nest egg of gold, AS PROTECTION Some Frenchmen even gard the precious metal as pro teclion against natural calam 1 ties. "The river can.floor! anc ·weep away my house and ma chinery. but I'll still have m\ gold." sairf a farmer. hands saner France. The news- Monde conducted a year gold transactions record $674 million study in February and came up n'ith the figure of fi.OflO tons, which it said was 7.5 per cent of all the gold mined since the year 1413. Last hit a France. A gold bar was quoted on the French market Tuesday at ?5.145 per kilogram^'2.2 pounds. Using Le Monde's figures, this would make the hoarded gold in France worth nearly $31 billion. U N R E S T R I C T E D R I G H T The French have had the un restricted right tn buy and sell gold since 1048. It comes in 12' kilo hars, one-kilo ingots aurl ir coins, the favorite being the na poleon. The. napoleon has a face 75 53 4n 34 69 61 56 54 40 37 40 34 86 75 .05 ci Trip Suggestion WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen. illiam Roth, R-Dcl.. has sug- cslcd lliat President Nixon kc a member of each party om the Senate and the House i his forthcoming trip to Mos- ow. 'A bipartisan congressional delegation would help show "there is » broad consensus in both parties on such issues as the importance of mutual restraints on the arms race and the need for greater Soviet attention to individual liberties," he told the Senate Monday. N«rtfiw«t Arkamoi TIMES, W**, Jun* 12, 1974 FAvrrriviLLi, ARKANSAS Publisher Diet NBW M1LKORD. Conn. (AP) -- Frank D. Schroth. publisher of the Brooklyn Eagle from 1935 until the newspaper went out of business in 1955, died at 89 Monday in a nursing home New Jersey and Pennsylvania before purchasing the Eagle in 1938. 85 64 . cdy sold these days for $51. When the price was officially controlled, there was little or no profit to be made by dealing n gold and the French bought I to tuck it away for protection against the uncertainties of paper money. But with Ihe crea- ion of the two-tier gold market and tha nonconvertibility of the dollar in 1971, the price of gold on the free market soared. Welder Stolen SPRINGDALE -- An electric welding machine valued at $80 was stolen from Ihe porch of Harold Bush's home. 1023 N. Jefferson St., while Bush was asleep early Tuesday, Bush told police he awoke when he heard tlie soujid something being dragged outside. Upon investigating, he discovered the taken from near the door. welder had been his front porch Ape SuitStolen NAPLES, Fla. one who spots CAP -- Any an unusually h a i r y gentleman walking around town should contact the Collier County sheriff's department. It might be the Uriel who stole Jerry Gage's ape s u i t f r o m a car Monday night. Police said K should be easy to tell (he man who stole Gage's ape suit from anyone else who might happen to bo wandering around in a similar costume. The person who tank Smith Charged J i m m y Smith. 38, Watts, O k l a . . was charged Tuesday in Washington Circuit Court with uttering a forged instrument. 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