Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 1, 1976 · Page 14
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H unc.e,Ltv (Colo.) TRIBUNE Mod., Mirch 1, l»7« Lamm administration vulnerable: Strickland lobbyists spending more DENVER (UP!) - Former Acting Lt. Gov. Ted Strickland says recent criticism of Gov. Richard Lamm's administration may be a potent issue for Republicans to take control of the Colorado Legislature next year. "1 think this administration is extremely vulnerable," said Strickland, who served as lieutenaunt governor in the John Vanderhoof administration. "I think it will play a significant role." Strickland, a republican state senator from Westminster seeking reelection, said he believes NEW FROM ZENITH! 13 SLIM-LINE PORTABLE TV 1976 featuring new 110° Chrpmacolor In-Line Picture Tube Lamm is weak because of his economic policy and his alleged antibusiness attitude. "There's a universal displeasure and dissatisfaction (with Lamm)," he said. "1 don't recall anything of this magnitude. It permeates the whole atmosphere today." In recent weeks Lamm has been criticized for demanding the resignations of the heads of the state health and labor departments, a feud with the head of the Denver Chamber of Commerce over alleged antigrowth policies, and the hiring of a well known author to write a promotional article about Colorado. Senate Majority Leader Dick Plock, R-Denver, considered a possible GOP gubernatorial candidate in 1976, also said he believed Lamm's record after a year in office would be a major issue at the polls next November. "Many individual legislators say they hope they can campaign against the governor," Plock said. "The people have had a chance to see bow the Democratic state administration runs things. And they're not happy about it." Armstrong said 'on shaky ground' in mint dispute THE OCEANSIDE G3410C Exciting new slim-line portable Color TV. Ebony color cabinet wilh Silver color on lop and pedestal base. Automatic Fme-tuning Cunliol. VHP and UHF Antennas. '379 |00 USES UP TO 44% LESS ENERGY! Zenith's lOO^a Solid-State Chassis featuring the Zenith Patented Power Sentry Voltage Regulating System uses up to 44% less energy than previous Zenith 14" diagonal lube-Uansistor sets. 100% Sotid-State Titan 250V Chassis · Solid-Statc Super Video Range Tuning System 1 Patented Power Sentry Voltage Regulating System · Synchromatic 70-Position UHF Channel Selector CHOOSE ZENITH-YOUR BEST COLOR TV BUY! Tfu 810 10th St. 352-1313 DENVER (UPI) - State Democratic Party Chairman Monte Pascoe says Rep. William Armstrong, R-Colo., is on shaky statistical ground in endorsing the relocation of the U.S. Mint at Littleton. ' According to f'ascoe, the projected $25.3 million savings was based on "scribbles on several sheets of paper." Armstrong has urged the use of the abandoned Gates Rubber Co., plant instead of building a new mint, as planned, in Park Hill. "A person cannot quarrel with Gates Rubber Co. wanting to get rid of a white elephant," he said. "But a person can and should quarrel with Secretary Simon wanting to buy it on the basis of such a shallow and shoddy study." Pascoe referred to copies of one study, showing hand written cost estimates and savings which added up to the figure used by the Bureau of the Mint and Armstrong is backing the Littleton site. Armstrong's home district includes the suburban com- munitv DENVER (AP) - Secretary of State Mary Estill Buchanan says fewer lobbyists are registering for the current session of the Colorado legislature, but Uiey are reporting higher spending. Mrs. Buchanan said reports filed for January spending total $141,000 but not all of the 302 registered individuals and organizations have reported. . The $141,000 reported so far is almost twice the 178,000 reported in January 1975, she said. The deadline for reporting was Feb. 10, but the reports are still not complete nearly three weeks past the deadline. Last year there were 640 registered lobbyists, a drop of about half this year. Mrs. Buchanan said one reason for the decline in number is that 1975 was the so-called "long" session of the General Assembly and 1976 is a "short" or budget session of the legislature with fewer issues to be considered. Also causing the numbers drop is an interpretation of the lobbyist provisions of the state's Sunshine Law which was handed down by the attorney general last September. The ruling was that unpaid lobbyists, volunteers who are not paid a salary or fee, do not have to register. Mrs. Buchanan said that even persons not required to register who spend more than 125 during the session, must report their expenses. That means more spending reports, but fewer registrations, she said. Although clumsy at it, some kangaroos can climb trees, and even prefer them to the ground, ground. Explosion rocks Colorado Springs club; 4 injured COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- An explosion that injured four persons and caused an estimated (30,000 damage to a crowded Colorado Springs nightclub apparently was caused by a device dropped down a chimney, police said Sunday night. Lt. Leslie Davis of the Colorado Springs Police Department said about 120 persons were in the Mr. Bojangles club when the explosion occurred late Saturday. The four persons, who suffered minor injuries from flying debris, were treated at local hospitals and re4eased. The blast demolished a roof, wall, fireplace and floor in the basement area where it occurred. Officials said about 10 automobiles outside the build- ing were damaged by flying bricks. There was no fire. Davis said firefighter^ who answered the call initially believed the explosion could have been caused by leaking nitural gas. But he said further investigation Sunday disclosed the blast was caused by "some, sort of explosive device that · was dropped down the chimney." The chimney was torn .(part from the inside, he said..,' "We think whoever'did it must have had the intent of harming people, because that place was packed," said Davis. He said the department's bomb and arson investigators would continue to sift through a "pile of -debris" in search of clues. CFI opens new coal mine PUEBLO, Colo (AP1-CFI Steel Corp. said Saturday that development work has begun on a Las Animas County coal mine which will produce 2,000 tons of coal a day for the com- lany's steel plant here. The mine will cost about (10 million to develop and will em- poy about 100 persons, CFI Vice President Robert J. Slater said. Television Mart Annual Sale --20%Off Everything!! Choose from our fine selection of reconditioned color televisions; black and white televisions and stereos. Receive a 20% Discount -- Use Television Mart's credit policy to pay -CREDIT POLICY Pay 1/2 Down Payment Pay V3 in 30 Days Pay 1/3 In 60 Days Pay 1/3 In 90 Days (With NO carrying charges) Example: Color TV -- S2M.M Tax i.M J2M.OO Down Payment $103.00 Balance 1103.00 Balance 3 Payments of $34.33 (Credit subject to approval) Television Mart Warranty Policy -- ALL units purchased from Television Mart covered by 90 Day 100% Repair or Replacement Warran- TELEVISION MART 614 25th Street 352-7200 Sales -,v Service Rentals SPORTSMAN'S ! DIGESTS TYING A MULTIPLE FISHHOOK RIG The mine is about 30 miles west of Trinidad and about 2'A miles south of the Allen Mine now operated by CFl to supply coal for the Pueblo steel plant. "The new mine will enable us to supply more efficiently the full needs of the Pueblo plant for high volatile coal," Slater said. The mine is expected to be at full production in two years, he said. 33SS3: i jeivue w nciiidia f ISBBSSSSSSSSSSSBSSBSS TIGHTEN, V_X "CLINCH THEN KNOT" TRIM 040 (IMPROVED) ERE FISH REGULATIONS peRMIT THE US* OP MORE THAN 1 HOOK PEP BArr, THIS MULTIPLE HOOK Rid IS IDEAL. FOR TROLLING A LARGE WORM. AMD, IT WILL HOOK THOSE SHORT- STRlKIWa FISH THAT USUALLY SET PART OF VDUR WORM. Ts THE HRST HOOK, @, A FEW INCHES ABOVE LEADER'S ENP. ·(ADD A ZHO HOOK, ®, TVINO LIKE ®, FOR EXTRA LARGE WORMS) TIE END HOOK LAST, USINS "CLINCH KNOT" Turn Green!---Orange? 3 - Ash Wednesday 3 - Fasching (Mardi Gras] Ends 4 - lent Begins 6 - "Remember th» Alamol" 15 - Andy J a c k s o n 17 - St. Patrick's Day p\ ViHCKl 1 ytu I /U4W NECKD you?" " Are any o f our Chickens members of The Irish Republican Army ?' March greetings from Gordon Lacy's Chicken Operations · Featuring The Producers of HIGHLAND ("The Incredible, Edible") EGGS and distributors of REDBIRD FRYERS .. .and Delbert Duhlbert. HIGHLAND EGG RANCH East of Pierce West of Ault Telephone 834-2555 GREELEY POULTRY, INC. 2400 5th St. Greeley, Colorado Phone 352-4255 Tire Sale ONE DAY ONLY! March 2 . .. Buy and Save Many Discontinued Tread Designs, and Overstock SORRY, NO PHONE ORDERS, C.O.D. or LA YAW AY Save Up to 50% No. 5535 5538 5539 5540 5545 7338 7351 7352 7353 1231 1232 1233 1235 1236 1238 1239 1240 1245 1252 5215 5214 5219 5223 5224 5225 5229 5237 5238 5239 Size ER78-14 FR78-14 GR78-14 HR78-14 JR78-15 FR70-14 155R13 165R15 165R13 G78-15 H78-15 A78-13 E78-14 L78-15 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 J78-15 A78-15 C78-13 H78-15 C78-14 B78-13 . F78-14 G78-14 C78-13 B78-13 F78-14 G78-14 Description Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Hiway Radial Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Steel Belt Bias Hiway Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Bias Ply Reg. 51.00 54.00 58.00 62.00 67.00 55.00 41.00 46.00 44.00 59.00 62.00 41.00 50.50 6,8.00 53.00 57.00 60.00 65.00 44.00 26.00 36.00 27.00 23.00 30.00 32.00 29.00 26.00 33.00 35.00 SALE 26.00 27.00 29.00 31.00 34.00 28.00 24.00 28.00 27.00 35.00 38.00 26.00 30.00 40.00 33.00 35.00 38.00 40.00 29.00 17.00 27.00 18.00 16.00 23.00 25.00 20.00 17.00 26.00 28.00 Plus F.E.T.Q 2.51 2.68 2.88 3.04 3.30 3.00 1.63 2.04 1.83 2.81 3.02 1.89 2.44 3.30 2.58 2.74 2.94 3.13 1.97 1.98 2.83 2.04 1.84 2.40 2.56 1.98 1.84 2.90 2.56 Jan. 7 16 ·'·2. 8 2 2 8 2 8 8 17 4 4 3 8 16 8 6 2 4 8 8 16 8 6 4 6 8 4 We bring out the best in you. iwfL GREELEY MALL Highway 34 By-pass at 23rd Avc. Open 8 a.m. to ft p.m. Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to I! p.m. Saturday 12 noon to 5 p.m. Sunday

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