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June 13, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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H»rt»iw««l Arkanwn » « V « T T I V I L L I . TWt., Jun« 13, 1974 APL Planning Studies Are Subpoenaed For Hearing LITTLE HOCK (AP) -- The state Public Service Commission ordered A r k a n s a s Power Light Co. Wednesday to produce volumes of planning studies and other material on its proposed coal-fired power plant by 9:30 a.m. Monday. That is the lime a public hearing is scheduled to begin on APL's application for a certificate of public nccri and environmental compatibility to build the Rcdfield plant. The PSC exercised its subpoena [xwer at the request of Arkansas C o m m u n i t y Organizations for Reform Slow (ACORN). In a related matter, APL filed a formal prolest with the PSC Wednesday in which the u t i l i t y said ACORS 1 should not be allowed to place "such an u n d u e burden" upon the utility "at Ibis late date simply because it failed to obtain counsel and In timely request the infor- maion." A C O K N , the state Planning Department and the Arkansas Ecology Cenler -- who are in- torvcnprs in the application -also filed motions sayiirg they objected lo Ihe June 17 h e a r i n g date. ACORN has asked that the hearing be postponed until July 18. ACORN asked the utility to produce p l a n n i n g studies, internal memoranda and other docu- m e n t s relating to the dale upon which the decision to construe; the new power plant, was made and to Ihe need for the facility. In addition. ACORN asked for all documents relating lo con- tracti by APL and its parent f i r m . Middle South Utilities. Cash Stolen Christine Moore of 5 S. Hill Ave. told Fayelleville police that $258 in cash was t a k e n from her home between Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon. Police said there were no signs of forced entry to the home. McCain Named STILLWATER. Okla. -- Sleven McCain of Fayelleville is among 5.409 undergraduates named to the Dean's Honor Roll at Oklahoma Stale University for the spring semester. |nc.. \ v i ( h potential sources of ' idu.strial development in Ihe state. It also w a n t s to see all fuel contracts between APL and Systems Fuels. Inc., a sister subsidiary of .Middle South. APi-1, said in its proles', thai t h e PSC has no jurisdiclon over Middle South. Discard d'Esfaing Proposes French Austerity Program PARIS (AP) -- President Valery Giscard c t ' K s l a i n g im veiled an a u s l c r i t y program Wednesday night In combat in Nation and improve Ihe balance of payments deficit caused n.\ higher oil prices. The orcsidenl in a telecast .said the N a t i o n a l Asscmbfj would be asked to approve a t r i x h i k e on h i g h e r incomes, in creased interest rates for sav ings accounts, a one-time-only increase In company taxes, a $200 million cut in government spending for lOV-l and higher gasoline prices, w i t h the extra revenue to be used to lower the cost of public transport. Giscanf said the econom should be back on Ihe rails by the etid of 1D75, and improve menl should be evident by the end of this year. The president said the pay .ncnls deficit is now r u n n i n g to $400 million a month and in flation is at an a n n u a l rale o 19.2 per cet, one of the highes such rales ,-imong the nine na lions of Hie European Common Market. He said Hie austerity plar should balance the foreigi trade account by the end o next year and reduce the in nation rale. The measures wilt he accom panicd by social reform propns als lo be announced next'week. In a bid lo avoid alienating the powerful trade unions, tin new t a x bile is highest for fam Hies now paying taxes of mon t h a n $2.001) a year. They wil pay 15 percent more this year w i t h some of it recoverable in 187.5. The one-lime company [ax would a m o u n t (o 18 per cent o the lax paid in 1973. DENNIS THE MENACE 6OWA FLUNK ATTHE Open 7 a.m.--6 p.m. Won. thru Sat. Evelyn Hills Shopping Center GARMENT STORAGE $200 FREE INSURANCE ON ALL STORAGE Pick up your box today, pack it, and return if, it's that simple! Enjoy care-free closets with our storage. All you pay is the cleaning price in the Fall! FUR STORAGE Finest Cleaning, Glazing, and Repair Service in our modern, cold storage vaults. Give your furs the protection they need. B«»ded fur storage insured we slore in our own Bernard Mow cold storage vault. Let our trained experts car* for ftur fist fun. "You Will Likt Our Special Car*" SHIRTS 40 Just Grate Gayle Thorne, a downtown They came lo rest on a 13,000- Tulsa employe, lonks d o w n volt transformer. But a ser- t h i s grate Wednesday a f t e r vice man came anri recovered .she dropped her car keys. her keys. (AP Wlrcphotn) Foster Grandmother PARK FOREST, 111. (AP) -- S'ever able to have children of Ijer own, Ida Lewis at the age of 100 is a foster grandmother of two retarded children at the Elizabeth Ludeman Center. She says it is the happiest time of her life. 'All I ever had was somebody else's children so two j e a r s ago f volunteered in n foster grandmother program and now I've got two that 1 fee very close to,'' said Mrs Lewis, twice a widow. When her health permits Mrs Lewis commutes five miles from her home at Rob bins, a s u b u r b south of Chi Ko, to the Ludeman Center lici-e, where she is in charge o the two c h i l d r e n under the Cook County Office of Economic Op porlunity's Foster Grandparen' program. Commitfee Approves Uniform Standards SPRINGDALE -- In a five- m i n u t e session of llic Fayettc- ville - Springdale Transporta- i o n Committee, members approved a resolution supporting Ihe development of uniform design standards f o r access points on Hwy. 265. Upon the recommendation of ,he Transportation Technical Committee which met earlier in .he day, the PayeUeville- Springdale group h e a d e d b y Fayetteville mayor, Russell Purdy, adopted the resolution that wants to protect Hwy. 2b5's t r a f f i c capacity, especially in urhan areas. Northwest Arkansas Regional Planning Commission director, Ken Riley, said that the techni' cal committee felt too many access points along Hwy. 265 would interfere with traffic flow. E. B. Stahtman lecullve vice president and co- NASIIVlf.M-;. Tcnn. (AP) --(publisher of Th« Nashville Ban- K.B. Stahlman, 76, former cx-mer, died Wednesday night. He had not been active with' t h « newspaper sine* suffering a stroke in 1968. ADVERTISEMENT - COMPLETE UIME of BUILDINQ MATERIALS QUALITY MATERIALS at DISCOUNT PR ICES SANKAMER1CARD-MASTER CHARGE WELCOME PELIVERY SERVICE ALSO NEW HOMES AVAILABLE IN SEVERAL LOCATIONS CELUEY BROTHERS LUMBER LCD. 2401 NORTH GREGG OK Wot Townihlp Noith Qr Phone 442-2351 Let Us Hear God's Only Plan For Man To Be At Peace With God Let us start with Jesus the Christ (the anointed one, or Messiah). Jesus told his disciples to tarry at Jerusalem until they received power from on high, then they would be witnesses unto all nations. Now let us read what happened after the Power from on high fell. Acts 2.37-42: The apostles preached Jesus Christ to the m a n y nationalities of Jews gathered there. Those Jews cried out with great conviction Men and brethren, what must we do?" (To he saved from sin.) Peter sneaking as the Hnlv Ghost (Holy Spirit) gave ^im nower and utterance said "Turn (renonf from your sins and be bsntized (in water) in Iho name of Jesus Christ for the forsive- ne ss (remission nr nnn'nn )of vonr sins an* 1 vnu p'^ll ("nt m a v b n ' l rfre' 1 '" 1hp "if nf t h e rT/,lv Snirit f l M v OlvwtV ami t h i c nrnmi^" is I" v iu nnrl v "'·iltlren and to i-'l dM are :'«r off. even nnlo ns nianv as fh T.orrl shall CPU. Even its Gen tiles arc Included. Now let us see how K a f a n f S a l a n means adversary) has deceived millions of nrerinus people with false promises. Here are a few of his substitutes for God's plan. Kcmcmbcr the serpent (devil) was more subtle lhan any beast of the field Gen. 3.3. Most church people have been deceived into such methods as these: just "Pray through," or ''sign this decision card" or "just accept Christ". But this is not scriptural, you can't gel right with God by praying alone or by just saying "I receive Christ", you must obey God's way, no other way will do. Some have been misled a.s t h e i r leaders preach Acts 2.38 lo get people into Iheir church, but when their nrcachers set them to the waters edce he repeats "I banlize you in the name of the Father. Son, and Holy Ghost (or Holy Snirit). But, dear reader, notice he never even mentioned what a n v of their (sllnnoscd Holv T f i n i t v ) hoi I r i n i l i c s n a m e s ··'·'·. T'icv 0"' banUzorl f h r i r fo]lo'p-x in f l l i l i n c for wd.O o' Father. Snn. and TTolv G^ost. T r j n i t v teachers do not know the n a m e s of [liefT- suofxised holy f'-inilv mernher (Ms the Holv said through Anostle Paul Colns- sians 3.17. "And what so ever you do, do all In the name of the Lord Jesus." No other n a m e , no other words or titles. We are still lost if we dont' obey the Holys Ghost's voice to do all in the glorious name of Jesui. Study carefully all of the book of Acts, all were baptized in only the name o[ Jesus, no other n a m e or titles. Which way will you take, God's or man's? You who know these statements are true, please stand up. 1 need your prayers and offerings lo help put these articles In the Northwest Times newspaper. Many precious people are deceived and need lo hear Ihe line way of salvation. Multiplied thousands read this newspaper, some are in hospitals, nursing homes, shut-ins, people of m a n y races and religious, and from churches who have never heard the true way to get right with their creator. Do you believe this? If you rlo, nlonso let us stand tip for ·)csus. You can tlo so by sending s m a l l offerings to help pay for space In this newspaper at only $1.60 per column Inch (about 35 words). No offerings are fnr my personal use. Let me hear from yon. This article isn't denominational. 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