Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 26, 1977 · Page 12
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·Hurs,. May 26.1977 CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 13 Commissioners encourage landfill owner to keep trash from blowing ByJOUNSEELMEYER arnnnrt the nrnnertv in an effort when pnuntv officials found Blc R of Greelev at a cost of NOW efecfs officers New officers for the Weld County National Organization for Women (NOW) recently elected officers for the 1977-78 term. They are from left, Batsy Karowsky, president; Sandy Raisley, first vice president; Bob Stewart, second vice president; Andrea Kempf, cooresponding secretary; Backy Safarik, recording secretary; Patty Keuck, treasurer, and Patty Prick, membership chair. The new officers will assume their duties this fall. (Tribune photo by Fred Mendenhall) Hunter: Chamber to aggressively favor business, oppose government regulation ByJOHNSEELMEYER Tribune Staff Writer Bill Hunter, executive vice president of the Greeley Area Chamber of Commerce, Wednesday pledged the chamber will be aggressively in favor of business and just as aggressively opposed to government regulation. "We'll take on this respon- . sibility," Hunter told members of the Greeley Rotary Club. "We want to tell our citizens that business is not the evil entity it's made out to be." Hunter, executive vice president of the chamber since late February, said the nation's business community scored an important victory with last year's Congressional defeat of the common situs picketing bill. Thirty volunteers were That bill, which was heavily honored by the Weld County backed, by labor, saw strong Probation Department at a provides one-to-one counseling business lobbying against the dinner earlier this week. - for probationers, measure. Awards were presented by But, Hunter said, defeat of Bill Hughes, coordinator of with problems related to jobs, the bill was primarily a "goal- volunteer services; John drugs, alcohol, schooling and line stand" and business must Coppom, chief probation of- social adjustment, take steps to start "moving ficer, and Mrs. Denver of the local business community must commit both money and time. "It has been said that politics should be the part-time job of every citizen and I couldn't agree more," Hunter said. Among bills now pending before Congress which Hunter said businessmen should oppose are measures creating a consumer protection agency, placing a ceiling on hospital cost increases and establishing some form of national health insurance. Hunter said many of the jobs proposed for- the consumer agency are already handled by existing agencies, such as the . Food and Drug Administration, Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Environmental Protection Agency. "It should make you shudder," he told the Rotarians, adding that he believes the existfng agencies have created headaches for the business community.. · ' The health insurance proposal, too, could cause headaches for business, he said. "If you're enamored by Social Security, if you're in love with the U.S. Postal Service, you're going to marvel at the wonders national health insurance will bring you," he said. Hunter said he already believes the nation faces serious difficulties because of big government. One in five persons works for government agencies, he said, and the national debt averages $11,000 for each citizen. By JOHNSEELMEYER Tribune Stall Wrlltr Weld County Commissioners Wednesday encouraged the operator of a landfill south of Fort Lupton to take steps to prevent trash from blowing from the dump. John Hall, an employe of the county's health department, said several complaints have been received .about papers blowing from the landfill operated by Ralph Roweeder. "The nature of this complaint arises because cover is not being applied at frequent- enough intervals," Hall said. State law calls for trash to be covered every day, but Glen Paul, another health department official, said that's often not economical, especially for landfills which serve less than 50,000 persons. Health department officials had discussed daily watering of the trash to keep it from blowing, but department director Dr. Franklin Yoder said concerns arose about possible pollution of groundwater as the the water seeped through the trash. Ideally, Paul said, the dump should be closed and facilities opened elsewhere. "We're just sitting on trouble down there," Paul said. He said solid : waste disposal has been one of the biggest problems during the 30 years he has worked with public health. "It's been one of our biggest headaches and it-still has me backed into a corner," Paul said. , The commissioners told Roweeder to built a fence around the property in an effort when county officials found Big R of Greeley at a cost of to control the trash and will they built a road grader station $216. schedule further discussion of on property the county didn't Ambulance Director Bob the problem. own. Mau said the tires were too The two proper lots were small and purchasing director In other action Wednesday, purchased earlier this year and Betty Rhoden said the items the commissioners authorized the two lots without the facility will be re-bid later this year, advertising of the forthcoming will be sold, sale of two county-owned lots in The commissioners also with- New Raymer. drew a bid approved April 20 to The lots became surplus buy six ambulance tires from Ault woman appointed to Weld Health Board Kathleen Shaughnessy of Ault Earlier this week, the was appointed to a six-year commissioners named Annette term on the Weld County Health Lopez of rural Greeley and Dr. Board at Wednesday's meeting Herschel Phelps Jr. of Greeley of (lie county commissioners, to other slots on the health She replaces Katherine board. Benson, also of Ault, whose term expired. Migrant Council election Friday Mrs. Shaughnessy will represent commissioner district one, which includes most north areas of the county. *************************** BEDDING PLANTS GERANIUMS PETUNIAS AND MANY_OTHERS ROSES OFF l\ Seed Hatchery 709 10th St. 352-1096 Elections for farmworker representatives to the consumer board of Colorado Migrant Council are scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday. The elections will be held at the migrant council headquarters, 115 Main St. in La Salle. For more information, call 284-5523. The azure waters of Lake i . h«iMa« Tahoe, which is 20 miles long J ha PP y hollday and 12 miles wide, are known to be among the clearest in the world. The lake is bisected by the California-Nevada boundary line. Due to MEMORIAL DAY, our regular Monday routes v."ll be run early on Saturday, May 28th. We ask that all trash be set out Friday ' night. We wish all our customers a safe and * BUNTING TRASH SERVICE i************************** Weld Probation Department honors volunteers at dinner The volunteers have worked for a year in a program which They help the probationers In presenting the awards, from defense to offense." Wiggins, a supervising Hughes also thanked members To do that, he said, members probation officer. Auto Air Conditioning Sound Products · CB's Speed Controls Alarm Systems DODGE ASPEN / PLYMOUTH VOLARE UNIT #0507534. Fits 76-77 Models FORD VAN RV SPECIAL IN-DASH UNIT #0759295. Fits 75-77 Models FORD GRANADA [N-DASH UNIT #0507461. Fits 75-77 Models CHEVROLET NOVA IN-DASH UNIT #0507567. Fils 77 Models Speed Controls. Safely-engineered (or comlort, extra features: » Tap-up Feature · Coast Feature . Resume Feature . Fast, easy installation Standard For The World In Automotive Accessories Greeley Auto Supply 2380 W. 27th St. 356-7100 Mon.-Fri. 8-6; Saturday 8-4 of the Greeley community for their support of the program. Volunteers honored were: . Paul Millner, Barbi Denton, Melissa Kubitschek, Suzie Schulz, Marilyn Givens, Mark Snowden, Linda Skinner, Shelly Costigan, Bob Roscoe, Maureen Bunting, Cindy Tardy, Keith Merron, Terri Kinnie, Evelyn Rodriguez. Also, Debbie Lowe, Suzanne Walker, Stephanie Dodge, Larry Gehring, Lisa Thrush, Jim Pappes, Theresa Roybal, Jim Stephens, John Stevens, Lani Shiraishi, Lenny Perriera, Katy Marchiondo, Harry Heinz, Al Fischer, Jay Onasch and David Cook. Australian Shepherd group plans meeting The Colorado Australian- Sheperd Association will hold its fourth annual specialty show Saturday and Sunday in Fort Collins. Breeders from .many parts of the country are expected to attend. A conformation show open to Australian Sheperds only and an all-breed obedience trial will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at the Colorado State University Oval. Following the show, a dinner banquet will be held at the Fort Collins Ramada Inn. At 9 a.m. Sunday, a working stockdog trial will be held at the Hahn Roping Arena and is open to Australian Shepards only. The dogs will use their ability to herd sheep, cattle and poultry in competing for awards. Spectators are welcome at all events. Trudy Higgins MC'd Nozarene style show The name of Mrs. Doris Schneider appeared as mistress of ceremonies at (he spring luncheon and style show for women of the Church of the Nazarene. It was learned that Mrs. Trudy Higgins was the mistress of ceremonies. French Polynesia is made up of 130 islands in the South Pacific. There are five major island groups: the Societies (which include Tahiti), the Marquesas, the Tuamotus, the Gamblers and the Austral Islands. 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I GREELEY MALL Highway 34 By-Pass at 23rd Avenue Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 12 noon to 5 p.m. Sunday PHONE 356-2000

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