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July 12, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Friday, July 12, 1974 FAYCTTEVILLI, ARKANSAS Springdale Woman Injured In Wreck SPRINGDALE -- A 72-year- old woman was slightly injured Wednesday while driving hec car when she made a left turn into the Dorman Clinic driveway and was struck by an oncoming feed truck. Marie Steelc, Springdale. was treated for injuries at the Clinic she was attempting to get to EVEREST iOENNINQS WHEELCHAIRS Xia FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS * SMB FaycHevllIe Dm* I. Side Square 44Z-M4S when she collided with a truck driven by Charles E. Kellar 34, 402 N. West End St. According to police reports Mrs. Stcele, eastbound on Sun set Avenue, turned in front ol the westbound truck. She was cited for failure to yield right of way. Tires Slashed Mrs. Mell Newman of 191' Patti St., Springdale told Fayetteville police at 12:35 a.m today that two tires on her car were cut while she was inside the Amvets Lodge, Hwy. west. BEAT THE HIGH COST OF LIVING Now h the lime lo deal (he high cos! of living a hard blow. You can help accomplish this by purchasing from Farm Service Cooperative Stores, Fayetteville, Ark., your canning jars and canning supplies. While Ihe supply lasts, you can purchase quart canning jars at the price of $1.80 per dozen and pint canning jars for $1.60 per dozen with this coupon below-limil 5 dozen per customer. Entitles customers to purchase 5 dozen while supply lasts. FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Officials Seem Nervous Over Prospect Of Open Gold Trade By JOHN CUNNIF F NEW YORK (AP) -- Some- me before the end of the year mericans may share a Bright iat nationals of other countries ave long enjoyed, the right to uy gold on the open market, market. . Not since 1933 has this been egally possible for a U.S. citi- en, although unofficial estimates place in the billions of ollars the amount of bullion -- ncoined. unshaped except as ars -- stashed overseas by .mericans. Both the Senate and House aye passed bills to permit U.S. itizens to own bullion. The administration, although hesitant- y, has pronounced such sales o be right, and just. Now that the moment Is at and. a good many influential Americans, including the secre- ary of the Treasury; have shown signs of nervousness and tendency to procrastinate, earful it seems of what will raerge from ·ears. One of the acets of the problem is this: Vhy should Americans now be jermitted to own a commodity whose ownership in the pasi vas considered-unpatriotic anc d a n g e r o u s ? Have times changed that much? Yes, times have changed, 3old has been further .demon r .ized, or gradually · remove* 'rom its role in currencies. The world's trading nations now seek to repose full faith in pa per, unbacked by gold. The situation was similar in 1933-too, when the U.S. govern ment sought to bolster pappi currency by not .only denying convertibility into gold by it citizens but going'one step fur a box closed 41 more perplexing VAUGHNW :7 BATTERY CO. MED cos a. School EXTRA HEAVY DUTY BATTIKIM her and making It illegal even a possess gold. ' Foreign central ibanks; could till redeem their dollars for old, but .that right also was uspended on Aug. 15, 1971. here were simply too many ollars abroad, and too little old lo redeem them.. But more to the point, many nalysts note, is that attitude^ ave" changed since 1933, 11 any of them compare anc the gold prohibition to the abortive ttempt to deny Americans the ight to drink alcohol. Estimates vary widely, bu .any billions of dollars in gok ullion are believed hoarded broad by Americans. Charles tahl, publisher of a commodity eport, estimates the total a* Father And Son Enlist Together In Guard Everett Barton, 38, and his 17-year-old son, Raymond Carl Barton, both'of Goshen, enlisted together, recently to serve in the National Guard. Capt., Jim Pat Smith, commander of Headquarters Bat- ;,- tery, 142nd Field Artillery said ' that although fathers and sons have served in the National Guard at the same time, he knows of no other instance in the nation where they have enlisted at the same time.'He added that husbands and wives have enlisted together. The elder Barton, who "served as a seaman in the Navy .between 1956-59, is presently employed at Standard Register. epon, e~s TMTM * e retween $20 billion and $24 bil- W esf Campus.' then attend the The prohibition, it appears, lasn't been effective. While the world's trading nations attempt to siibstitute paper to replace gold because a limited gold upply would restrict trade, many Americans seem to be osing confidence in paper mpn ey, mainly because inflation deflates its value. , ; In purchasing ;gold abroad. ;hese buyers are adding to the IS. balance of payments prqb- em, needlessly so in the opin.- on even of government . officials. Why not let them buy jold within the United States, .ust as. they buy lead -or -sugar or copper or any : other commodity? "It isn't so much an econom- c question any more as much as one of the inherent freedom that Americans should have," said one economist closely iden- lified with the'administration. "This nation'-is based on the concept of freedom, free enterprise and .private ownership. Why should we "be denied this freedom when it is availbale to everyone else?" . National Guard fire direction control school in Fort Sill, Okla. According to National Guard recruiter Staff Sgt. Wayne TM Haines, the ' Barton father-son team has been.a boost to the recruitment .program, with six men signing up following the completion of a two training program for the unit. seated at right NEW GUARDSMEN TALK IT OVER week ... with''Sergeant Haines after enlisting. Raymond is at center with' his\-fattier- Police Investigate CAMDEN, Ark. (AP -- Deputy Pros. Ally. Steve Laney of Camden said -Thursday that a team from the Criminal Investigation Division of the Arkansas State Police has joined an investigation of the Ouachita County sheriff's department. He said the State Police joined the investigation at the request of Circuit Court Judge Jack Graves of Camden. Alexander Asks More Amtrak Slops WASHINGTON (AP) -- -Th planned establishment of one Northeast Arkansas Amtrak stop will not be enough, Rep. Bill Alexander, D-Ark., said here Thursday. Alexander, speaking during House debate on the Amtral authorization bill, said many persons who do not live in large cities are isolated from other towns because of faulty transportation systems. "If Amtrak sincerely strives to operate at a profit, it simply needs to provide' passenger service," Alexander said. "If it provides the service, the people will buy it." Amtrak service began in Arkansas 1 March 13 with stops at Texarkana and Little Hock. Amtrak officials have said they would establish 'one "'stop.-: in Northeast Arkansas at -either Newport or Walnut Ridge. The Amtrak authorization ; bill was adopted. 317-67, ' : by the House. It provides $2. million in operating expenses for fiscal year 1975 and increases from $500.million'to $900.million-Am- trak's limit on outstanding federally guaranteed loans. Wallet Stolen SPRINGDALE -- Debbie' McAlister, 2205 Camino Real, reported the theft of a billfold from her purse while she: was at work Thursday. 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