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U.S. ready for neleae ,st deal
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Carter nuclear tests, citing fears that the Control and Disarmament Agency, told was signed in 1963. The 1963 acc
administration is ready to negotiate a Soviets might cheat undetected. Jones reporters yesterday that the duration of bans tests in the atmosphere and
five-year treaty with the Soviet Union also said U.S. warheads need to be the proposed test ban is one of the derwater, but not underground.
to ban nuclear explosion tests, ad- tested periodically for reliability. issues that would have to be resolved in
ministration sources said yesterday. The military fears are the major negotiations.
Great Britain will also be asked to reason that the administration is However, the Americans and the THE AMERICANS were unwill
sign such an agreement, according to seeking a five-year agreement and is Soviets have clearly resolved most of then to an all testing unless the Sovi
the sources, who asked not to be iden- unwilling to accept an indefinite test the major obstacles to a comprehensive allowed inspectors into their country
tified. ban the sources said test ban, which they have been balking check on compliance. The Sovi
THE ADMINISTRATION decision to about since the partial test ban treaty refused.
press ahead was made despite objec- PRESIDENTIAL press secretary
tions by the military, particularly Gen. Jody Powell, traveling with President e fc
David Jonea of the Air Force, the in- Carter in the Midwest, said the ad-
coming chairman of the Joint Chiefs of ministration decided an agreement of
Staff. "limited duration would be
Jones told a congressional committee preferable." EAST LANSING (UPI) - Attorney "The U.S. government has had
last week that he opposed a total ban on Paul Warnke, head of the U.S. Arms Zolton Ferency saidyesterdaythat U.S. bury radioactively contarinat
Gromyko urges U.S.
to ban neutron bomb
Soviet bloc-superiority in Europe
makes the weapon less desirable to the
ON ANOTHER subject, Gromyko
said there were "grounds to expect a
successful completion" of Soviet-U.S.-
British talks in Geneva to prohibit
nuclear tests underground as they are
already banned, by a 1963 U.S-Soviet
agreement, in the air and under the sea.
Sources in Washington said yesterday
that the administration was ready to
negotiate a five-year general test ban
Gromyko, meanwhile, said
"possibilities exist for resolving the
remaining issues" concerning a new
strategic arms limitation treaty-SALT
II-on which he will negotiate with Car-
ter and Secretary of State Cyrus Vance
in Washington this weekend.
Gromyko declared that immediately
after signing SALT II, "the Soviet
Union would be ready to enter into
negotiaions which should lead-with all
the necessary factors taken into ac-
count-to a substantial. reduction-I
repeat reduction-of the levels of
strategic arms and to a further
limitation of their qualitative improve-
Rep. Lucien Nedzi, at his request, has
agreed to explore the feasibility of
using military nuclear waste disposal
sites for the deposit of PBB-
"Representative Nedzi has agreed to
ask the Intelligence and Military Ap-
plication of Nuclear Energy. Subcom-
mittee to look at the feasibility of
burying the remains of poisoned cattle
in already contaminated waste disposal
sites," Ferency said.
The East Lansing Democrat, a can-
didate for governor and attorney for 12
demonstrators arrested at the state's
PBB burial pit near Mio, said the
federal depositories already are con-
materials on more than one occasion
and I don't see why we should have to
contaminate even more ground by
burying poisons in Michigan," Ferency
"FOR EXAMPLE, it may be possible
to reduce PBB-poisoned cattle to ashes
without producing toxic fumes and then
bury the ashes in ground that will be
contaminated and useless for thousan-
ds of years."
The Michigan Supreme Court has, at
least temporarily, halted the state's
plan to bury contaminated animal car-
casses at the huge Mio pit. Area
residents fear PBB will seep from the
clay-lined pit into their water supply.
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don't want to support a "crook."
"It is because of the author. They just
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Besides refraining from purchasing
the Memoirs, some students have been
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"MOST PEOPLE seem happy when
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The Community Newscenter repor-
"WHY DO THE HEATHEN RAGE?"
Psalms 2:1 and Acts 4:25
Webster says "a heathen is one who does not believe In the
God of The Bible." This fits In with what God says in the
Second Psalm concerning the heathen.
The great Protestant denominations such as Lutheran,
Episcopal, Methodist, Presbyterian, etc., were founded and
developed by men who believed in The God of The Bible,
that the Scriptures of The Old and New Testaments are the
infallible Word of God, the Supreme Authority for Faith and
Practice. Or, in other words, "The Law and The Testimony"
"Bind up the Testimony, and seal The Law among my dis-
ciples - Should not a people seek unto their God? For the
living to the dead? To The Law and The Testimony: if they
speak not according to this word, itlIs because there is no
light in them." Isaiah 8:16, 19, 20.
The Law and The Testimony were the great Foundation
Stones of The Reformation of the 16th century begun by
Luther, and established by Calvin, Knox, and other mighty
men inspired by God. The same great Foundation Stones,
The Law and The Testimony, were also the basis of the 17th
century Revival and Reformation, sometimes called the
Puritan Reformation. The Law and The Testimony were
words frequently on the lips of John Wesley, and were the
great Foundation Stones of the 18th Century Revival led by
Wesley, and which Revival saved England from experiences
similar to those of France at the time of her Revolution when
the streets of Paris ran with blood, and which Revolution was
greatly contributed to by Voltaire and his cohorts as they
mocked, despised, and rejected The Law and The Tes-
timonyt Not only did the Wesleyan Revival greatly bless
England, but its fire leaped across The Atlantic Ocean and
kindled itself in North America by thehands of such men as
Whitfield, Asbury, Coke, Jonathan Edwards, and others, and
spread rapidly over our country, producing such men in
political and civil life as George Washington, Patrick Henry,
Patrick Henry "cried aloud, spared not, lifted up his voice
like a trumpet:" "Give me liberty, or give me death!" As an in-
dividual have often thought of and thanked God for what
Patrick's zeal and efforts, along with kindred spirits, has
meant to me personally, and our nation, but have often
thought that he "stopped short," and should have gone
further and said "Give me righteousness, or give me death,"
for without the "righteousness of God imputed tous by faith"
we go to death in time, and in eternityl Liberty without
righteousness usually produces "license," which in turn
produces and provokes the "wrath of God" upon men and
national Through the blessings of God which have come
from our rich and godly heritage we have freedom and
liberty, which we have turned into "licensel"
The great and inspired men of God mentioned above were
all in one accord in one respect "They believed in The God
of The Bible." Not only that "it contained The Word of God,"
but it "was The Word of God." They accepted at face value
the first recorded words spoken by Christ after His baptism
by John, and They Holy Spirit visibly descending upon Him
from heaven in the form of a dove: "Man shall not live by
bread alone, but by "EVERY WORD" that proceedeth out of
the mouth of God." Matthew and Luke 4:4.
In TheSecondPsalmGodsays:"Ask of Me, andi shall give
to "His K ing H e set up," butsurely it is appropriate and pleas-
ing to God for us to make this same prayer in Christ's Name,
for His sakel
ted yesterday that they have failed as
yet to sell any copies. They received
twelve copies of the book last week and
have no plans to order any more.
Most book store owners deny that the
book's relatively high price has been a
significant deterrent. They concede a
few more books might be sold if the
price were reduced, but the difference
would not be substantial.
One local book store, B. Dalton,
reported the book is selling very well.
The store's owner, Nick Tanis, said the
store has sold 20 copies in 20 days.
"The Nixon book currently ranks
second on our best seller list nationwide
among our more than 300 stores," said
The manager of Border's said he
believes the fact that most people ex-
pect the Nixon book to be very
"unrevealing" is a key reason for its
failure to sell.
"I agree that people have a feeling
what the Nixon book is going to say, and
they don't need to buy it," said Joel
Gable, manager of Borders.
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