Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 16, 1972 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1972
Page 12
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12 Northwest Arkansat TIMES, Wed., Aug. 16, 1,972 FAYBTTBVII.UE, ARKANSAS " Arkansas ·' · ' ' - " , .' '. . . Cities Fating Water Shortages ' LITTLE HOCK (At") -rr The lkiuisas Division of Soil a'rid Wo.tor Resources said. 'Tuesday 'that 89 Arkansas cilies were ' ''facing the water .shortages' five vcfirs.; ( , 'The expeclc'd slim'tagcs were found when the ; questionnaires to di'vision-'iscnl 1H Arkansas Cult's for use ;in :|rcpai'iug Ibe Arkansas Water Plan, provided for under Act 217 of 19C9; :· .Of 258 cities answering. 54 reported they expected shortages . jvllhin two years, 45 in five ·"years and 51 in 10 years. John P: Saxlon, Ihe division's acting director, said projections based on pqpujnllon Increases show lhal 77 others can anticipate a dwindling supply in 20 years, · .'·' ······ ·'· '· ---. . O n e - o f t h e cities facing 1 the shortage is North Little Rock. - L i t t l e Rock anticipates no shortage because it has its own waler-supply,- li reserve source in linke-MaUmelle and Is'plan- ning' on developing new walcr sources, Saxtoh said. . However, Litlle Rock will iiot be'able lo'continue furnishing Nortli Little Rock with all the waler it needs. Under consideration, Saxton said, is a plan lo organize a water disivlcl Including North Little Rock, Jacksonville, Cu- hoi, Bcobe, Vilonin. Rosebud, Mob Violence tUlPcU SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Ally. Gen. Richard Klclndlehsl · says "mol.'violence" lias bceli' slot } Alaska Pipeline Decision To Be Appealed cm-bed In ilic'ilnlinni Speaking to Ihb American Uivr Assoclnlion's annual meet- inj! Tuesday, Klolndlchst said lliis wns accomplished by 'firmness In llio public de WASHINGTON (Al') - Ci'lU tcs ' or llio' proposed ' Irans- Alaska oil pipeline me preparing! to npie«l n court tlcci- sloti lifting ,a .two-year-old bnn on Us construction. U.S. Dlsl. Court Judge b. HIII I' Jr. Tuesday mlscd the' 1 Injunction- lie' Md Itii- pnsctl In April 1070, oh -'grounds ' ' ~ Conwny and some rural com- fense" by" the Ntxoh admlnis ronnicntnl Imp/id, i I Tliby returned' Moiidiiy lo argue Ihnl the Impact study pub' llslied last. March:wns still In- adpqunle nnd that Intorloi' Sec- i el in y Kogois O.B, Moi Ion's In- Icnllon, aiuiounccd lust M«y, to Issuu Hie nocpssnry giernilla would vlolnlq lojjul Innd-usg i'e- (ill'ICtlOllS. d beputyi Slulo Ally, Gen. Norman Gomich, Is allemptlna lo bypass the circuit court and appealing ' directly lo the Supreme Court on grounds a mnt- icr of great nutluiinl interest is involved. / thai Ihe Interior . Department; Hart,. In n brief i opinion has now 'met' legiil tequlre- day, concluded that Interior's munities in Hie Greer's Ferry(tratlon and n growing renllza- rnenls tor .pcuniltlng construe-[environmental istatemont, "rea Hlcn Ihhl.change can be brought Uon to' begin. He , sajd- the .district would about in a peaceful way: make Greer's Ferry or Ibe riv-, "There arc those who,: rits- er ' below its regular water] lurtel by this i violence, have After two days of legal argii- mentSr Hni'l rojceled pleas for Snxlon said ··the division was!'repressive'.against this-nation- orfering technical assistance on al ·administration,". Klelndlenst developing alternate . water ,sjiid. · sources. Act 217 also .authorizes! · it to give financial assistance Imalching funds avilhblc for wn but the -legislature lias not ap- '-- -'---' -'--' ---'--·- I -- propriated funds. As a result, policy agaiusl further delay, used the term Tluco environment the ·' state losing federal ter 'development projects, Sax- groups llio i .Wilderness ' Society, i Envi- ronmculal, Defense' Fund, lind Frleuds'Of the Earth,-won the injunction-.- 28^ months ago: by convincing Hart the Interior Department could: not · permit ton said, which arc available onlcmistruction of the pipeline.prcme Court. sonnbly meets hll'requlrom'ents of · the: National 1 Environmental Policy (Act" 1 and Ihut Hie- pro posed'Permits ''are anthemed by Invv." The .environment-groups-.said they would appeal Immediately. Alaska^ ,Gov. William Egan said in Juheau that' state atlor neys are discussing -ways' of gelling the'case before the Su- a 50-50 niatchitig basis. . 'williout first bludylng its envi-l One route under discussion, Supervision Over Subagencies By Departments Okay LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- in an Interpretation of the 1971 Executive Reorganization Act, Deputy Atty. Gen. Roger A. Glasgow said Tuesday 'that' it appeared that each of the 13 principal de- pnrlments of state government could oxcrblse some administrative supervision over tlicir MIII1IHUIIU1C3, This Is In lufUlllnii lo UieJ'i' iui' thorlly,' npce[ll«illy s sot out In llioMiiw, aypr'bu'dAclIng .nnd purehiisliii! 'and .reiRtcd .ninnflgbmonl: "luiibliuijS'fJ-^liisgow said.:., .v ·''';',:·!··: ·:.'··'··:·- The : rcpi'gafiizalloiv con,solV- 'dated moro thnn 130, separata slate agencies Into 13.cnblnel- lovcl dcparlnionls, · . .:.!;, ;· GtUisgow's opinion' wbnl Ui Klchiird W. Longing, dlreolor of lb« slate Commorco':..Depart- ment. · - . ' ..A;?;- ' The opinion said Ihe 'authority Glasgow oiled 'applied', lo agencies that w e r e ' placed; under u piinclpal department by a Type 2 transfer But Glasgow said administration supervision by the principal depnrlment may not extend so far as, to en- ci'oach . u p o n the substahtlva stalqtpry powers of a subagen- cy, : ;,; The TIMES.Is The .;.i Best Buy For Your Advertising Dollar! ' Check these values, Special! AM/FM stereo radiophone and 5 albums. i · lake one back to school 129 88 Sale S 83 Reg. 93,50. Portable Wsck and white TV with i-2". screen £meas. diag.). Walnut grain plastic cabinet-with sunshield to guard against glare. Features slide-rule UHF dial and lever volume, brightness and contrast controls, Has "Quick- Pic' 1 for laster picture and sound. · Sale s 86 Beg. 96.50. PorteWe Wack and white TV with 12" screen (meas. blag.). Features "Quick-Pic" for faster,ptoti.»r9. and sound. Modern style plastic oab'met ki gold, red or white. 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