Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 1, 1976 · Page 13
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Mon., March 1, l!»6' GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 13 Rural publisher Fred Befz thinks 'city folks ore strange 1 J ^ w ^ r - n H 7 I" e ' r * ay ° f life '" Mi TM««y made up of people who since 1920, describes himself as raoe'r Du bns^ 7, T S " "' Wh ° ""' " Ved in dliw moved in ' rom '"""I town, a 'progressive'. He said his paper publisher and longUme such as Denver, Washington anyway. I've always thought progression, was based on his and host cities of six national tfial was funny." belief in the quality of rural Democratic conventions he Betz, who has published the American life and anger at attended. "The cities are Lamar Tri State Dally News policy makers attempting to political activist, Iliinks city folks arc strange. "I just never found a taste TILLAGE TOOLS New Item All Types of Rock Shares Adams Hard Face Shares Compare our prices and save at Brush power plant study to be completed by June DENVER (UPI) - The executive director of the Colorado Land Use Commission says a comprehensive review of a proposed 500 megawatt coal fire power plant near Brush would be completed by "late June. Phillip Savage said the review was ordered last week to coordinate all existing information on Public Service Co. of Colorado's Pawnee plant. He said the study was requested by an organization of Brush area farmers, who opposed construction of the plant as proposed. The farmers, who call themselves, "Information Please," said the environmental study used to justify the proposed site for the plant failed to properly assess the impacts. PSC plans to begin construction of the $250 million project this spring or summer. Utility officials were unavailable for comment on whether the LUC study would delay their construction plans. exclude country folk. He said he was recently angered about reports in Denver newspapers predicting a return of dust-bowl days in southeast Colorado. "We got a problem, I'm sure," Betz said. "I just wish people in Denver wouldn't jump the gun. They've got dust, too." Betz. a 12-year member of the University of Colorado Board of Regents, lost three bids for Congress. However, he says he doesn't regret the defeats. "I think living in Washington that long might have changed me, changed my family. "I'm glad it didn't have a chance to happen." Although Betz's bids for Congress were unsuccessful, he found several means to dabble in politics over the years. He was elected state Democratic chairman in 1955 and served as administrative assistant to former Colorado Sen. John A. Carroll in 1957. "I don't want you to get the wrong idea," he said. "I've been a newspaper publisher more than a politician. It's hard to imagine me getting out a paper every day while I did all that politicking, but I did." Today Betz is semiretired and his son runs the newspaper. Betz still writes a daily column called "About Your Friends," gathering information from his daily beat, which includes walks through the town drugstores, coffee shops and business offices. "I know I don't do as much at the paper anymore, hut I make a contribution," he said. "They miss me when I'm gone. I don't know what would have happened to me if my son had decided there wasn't any room for me anymore." / time IMRY 60 OUT IPVTHME fy^\ May We Serve You? -KING 715 7th St. 352-2131 310 8tfi St. 352-0544 Solar institute competition fierce DENVER (UPI) -The slate 'ropolitan area, along wilh (he project coordinator attempting cities of Colorado Springs, to locate the federal govern- Boulder, Durango, Pueblo, and ment's proposed Solar Energy Grand Junction. Research Institute in Colorado, Rase said Colorado faced says competition for the facility competition for the facility is fierce- but the state is putting from 700cities, states, universi- up a fight. ties and consortiums across the Hank Rase said during the nation. The institute, which weekend a Denver Chamber of would employ 831) professionals Commerce group was working out of about 1,400 workers, hard on its plan to get the · would boast an annual budget institute located in the met- of $50 million. ANY SIZE IN STOCK ^^ /\1 I OlAlHl Am OiV"-/i» j, Supreme retreads. $13 6.50-13', 5.60-15', E78-14, F78-14, F78-15 TUBELESS BLACKWALL PLUS .32 TO .47 F.E.T. EACH AND RECAP- PABLE TIRE. WHITEWALLS ONLY $1 MORE EACH. 'Trend designs mny differ from tire shown. BUY WHAT YOU NEED NOW-JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" G78-14, H78-14, G78-15, H78-15 TUBELESS BLACKWALL PLUS .47 TO .50 FEDERAL EXCISE TAX EACH AND RECAPPABLE TIRE. WHITEWALLS ONLY 51 MORE EACH. AUTOMOTIVE SALE Pairs cut $14-*23. Glass-belted Twin Guards. · Belted protection from road hazards * Smooth-riding polyester body plies FREE MOUNTING LIMITED 24,000-MILE WARRANTY TUHKI.KSS HI.ACKWALI. S1ZK A78-13 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 A78-15 G78-15 H78-15 KKCULAK PRICE EACH' $30 $37 $40 $43 (45 $34 $44 $46 SALE I'KICK PAIR' $46 $56 $62 $63 $67 $52 $66 $70 PLUS F.F..T. KACH 1.75 2.27 2.43 2.60 2.83 1.93 2.65 2.87- 'With trudc-in tires. Whitcwalls $4 more each. TWIN GUARD ON SALE THRU MAR. 2 Save 27% now. Steel-belt Road Tamer radials. · 1 steel plus 4 rayon belts reduce mileage-robbing squirm · Polyester radial cord body for easy handling, stability LIMITED 40,000-MILE WARRANTY KOAIDAMKII IIAIII.U MU-V HW.M/K HCliCl \ll I'HH I I'M I I ' ilKTil-iri- $48 KK7IM4 K l i 7 0 . l l CKTlM-l HH7iM4 CR70-15 HKTiMS JHTO-lfl $5? $63 S67 $73 $72 SV8 $82 I.K7U ir. | $87 v\l I: r m KM IP »35 143 S4G 149 S53 152 157 JGII SB4 I'l 1 s 2.26 2.74 2.93 3.08 3.33 3.13 i..» 3.54 3.03 ·\V!TUTHAIK-1N 'SINV.I.K K A H l A l . t'l.Y ROAD TAMER ON SALE THRU MAR. 9 iiollfd. Morttfocwrr W«d witl fmnih o I.IT rrpVKtfWl f« *.! l-wWtr if It loll (OJ tfy ItOMa H Mont^onwry W(xd ori^ro.1 r r, itolltd rh« muffH. 1 Ml imiofl (k, .tpbc,, l-»m IIH. Rlurn puttl*i toonj MonlgvrwY Wo,d Lfonch (onx bnmth hn..^ mnaHo-on IcX.LliH. ll fr« Irn'onalen Mtkrd*d} «» i-onnt on rommwr«l «h.l« w to PxiffVi FITS MOST US CARS WE REPLACE THIS MUFFLER FREE 16 88 KEG. 19.9J Wards Supreme's warranted against failure for as long as you own your car. Fast installation, labor only, low as ) SAVE *7 DELUXE DC TIMING LIGHT Chrome die-cast case. Helps set engine timing. 0V, 12V. HECi. 29.93 We care about your car. GREELEY MALL Highway 31 By-pass at 23rd Avc. Open S a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday N a.m. to (i p.m. Saturday 12 noon to 5 p.m. Sunday SAVE 63* WARDS IGNITION TUNE-UP KIT Helps you save s\oe gas. With rotor, J| OD points, Condon- frr Most cars KKC.. 3.i-J FITS MOST US CARS INSTALLED FREE SAVE n 36-MONTH WARRANTY BATTERY Dependable starting power with enough for accessories. Polypropylene case. 9-month free replacement. 22 88 ···· EXCH. RHdl'l.AKLY 29.115 4ic OFF WARDS SPIN- ON OIL FILTER Protect your en- 199 gine fixtm sludge J. nnd dirt hulld- ,,, v , .. ,, up. Most cars. KM "' CHARGE ALL YOUR AUTO NEEDS WITH CHARG-ALL Be ready...weather or GREELEY MALL Highway 34 Ry-pass at 23rd Avc. Open 8 a.m. ti) II p.m. Monday thru Friday S a.m. lo fi p.m. Saturday 12 noon lo f p.m. Sunday

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