Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 20, 1972 · Page 24
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House, Senate on Collision Course Over Auto-Repair Bill By CARL C.' CRAFT .WASHINGTON (AP) _ The ,, v-K^'teadlng toward a col- ll?w;wilh the Senate over how i tough to make a car-repair bill } aesjgned to protect consumers ; fromjhe high cost of low-speed crashes. · ', · · . ,' American motorists paid ^fo" 1 - *30 billion last year for iuto repairs because 'Of what Detroit's critics call 'eggshell xteriqrsj according, to support- rs of a Senate-passed bill that fould apply federal anticrash itandards to the entire vehicle. But the House Commerce Committee, which had rejected n earlier stricter version, 'uesday approved a substitute ontairiing standards only for jumpers and the sheet.metal ised for the car's ekterlor. The ijll would authorize the Trans- wrlation Department to set the itandards. ' l r CECItV ItOWNSrONE »' FloJ lit,, . DINNER FOR FOUR Fresh Asparagus Soup Lamb Chops Potatoes Mixed Chinese Vegetables · Rolls Chocolate Mousse Beverage FRESH ASPARAGUS SOUP ',-Jt's\a pretty pale green color, and can be served hot or cold. '1% pounds fresh asparagus i teaspoon minced onion 1 teaspoon salt ';! can (13 3 A ounces) chicken br6th' IVz cups light cream 'Dash of while pepper -Break off asparagus stalks as far down as they snap easily; discard. tough ends. Wash stalks well. Cut asparagus crosswise into · 1-inch pieces. Into a medium saucepan turr the asparagus, onion, salt anc s /t~- cup. of the chicken broth; cover and boil gently until asparagus .'are. tender--about 10 minutes. Turn into an electric blender and blend until smooth Stir hi remaining . chicken broth, cream and pepper. Heal if soup is to be served hot; chil if- soup'Is to be served cold Makes .about 4 ] /4 cups. Bond paper copies for^Ceach- wouldn'tthat save you money? They're great for internal use when economy Is more Important than appearance. Spirit mailers ar» made.In seconds, automatically. Copies shoot out at 120 a minute. Versatility? pur 217/204 Copies System reproduces any taxable original, Including line Illustrations, and makes copies In five different colors.The 204 makes overhead projection transparencies, too. Call us for a demonstration. John.B. Fulbright '·' : UNO's Fulbright Honored The approved version Is a compromise that enabled supporters to move it out of a subcommittee. Although' congressmen who first favored a tougher bill maintain they will support the compromise, some expect a floor move will be made to get the House to accept the tougher i Senate version, thus heading off a conference committee '·fight. But others say the bill will have to be hashed out in conference. The thrust'of the -legislation is to make cars more resistant to crash damage and less ex- nsive to repair. Backers said ey look for a 5-mile-per-liour andard for bumpers. This eans bumpers would have to thstand crashes at that speed thout damage. , ' The Transportation secretary, determining the specific andard, would take into ac- unt the cost compared to ben- its to be obtained,'considera- ms of health and safety, the andards' effect on insurance sis and legal fees, and sav- is in consumer time and con- nience. Through broad data-gathering wer, the secretary would fig- e out ways for requiring auto ;alers to give prospective buys insurance-premium infor- ation. The legislation also ouW call for setting up ries of motor-vehicle diagnos- c centers where cars could be iccked out. Outside .of the standards-set- ng coverage, the Senate and Ketired University of Nor- :hern Colorado professor John :i. Fulbright was one of seven Colorado educators with ,a tola] of more than 300 years ol educational service to . be honored April 14 at the School and University; Conference and Colorado Schoolmaster's. Club Banquet. . ' The. 60lh annual -event was held in Boulder. Fulbright was honored for his 44 years, of service. He retiree ii 1971 after 22 years with UNC hcluding five years as field Director in southeastern Colorado and the.Arkansas Valley 10 years as director of sludenl L e a c h i n g «nd advisor to elementary education ' majors and seven years as a professor of psychology, counseling am guidance. Prior to joining the UNC faculty, he spent 22 years'? a a classroom teacher, principa of elementary, junior and nig] schools aiid as superihtenden of Rye Consolidated Schools and of Fowler Public Schools. He -holds a bachelor's degree from Adams State College an a master's degree., from UNC He is a .past president of the southern division of the Colo rado Education Association o the Colorado Junior Schoo masters' Club. Three other UNC graduate are also honored. They an Laurel and Laurence Burley b r o t h e r s , who receive b a e li e 1 o r's and master' degrees. Laurel Burley retiree with 47 years service and hi brother Laurence' with 45. Botl taught in the Gfeeley schoo system The third UNC gradual' honored was Robert James, o Grand Junction, who als r e c e i v e d bachelor's ani master's degrees. He was als honored by the UNC Alumn Association in 1952. Your Best Buy in electric typewriters V SMITH-COROMA incorporates features that make jtr»«dity comparable to TWIIIttI 260.00 :\Vith Trade-In . Typewriters · Repaired · Rented · Sold 199 50 Ph. 353-024 ·07 Ith ouse versions of the bill are fact is well established. rtually identical. Thurs., April 20, 1072 GREELBY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 25 LOS ANGELES (AP)-Western Airlines announced Wednesday ; a .first;quarter' earnings rom operations of more than 1,9 million, as compared to a irsf quarter 1971 earnings loss if.$2.2 million. Western President. J Judson Baylor altribuled the improved earnings to increased air travel, particularly in leisure mar- RECITAL SCHEDULED-Daniel Graham, a graduate of the New England Conservatory and the I'eabody Conservatory, will present a recital of piano music at 8 p.m. Sunday in Frasier Theater. Graliam, a resident faculty member at (be University of Northern Colorado, will include as a special tea-' lure the composition by Robert Ehle titled "Toccata from English Suit Op. 17." The public is invited. Pot Not Narcotic Says Judge RICHMOND, Va. (AP) - A federal judge says the classification of marijuana as a nar- nection with his invalidation of a section of Virginia law dealing with the offense of main- cotic is contradictory to the taining a "common nuisance" vast weight of medical authority and violates the equal protection clause of the. U.S. Constitution. U.S. District Court Judge Robert R. Merhige Jr. said of medical evidence hold that of medicalscvidence hold that not addictive, marijuana Merhige's ruling came in con- in connection wilti drug use. One section of Ihe state law, r e c e n t l y repealed, defined marijuana as an addictive, narcotic drug. Merhige said . his ruling did not deal with "Ihe right of-the state to pass laws against the sale and use of marijuana"-and common knowledge of this only wilh its right to define marijuana as a narcotic in such laws. The section of Virginia law ii question defines common sauces as places "resorted by narcotic drug addicts for tht purpose of using narcotic drugs or ... used for'the illegal keep ing or selling of the same." Merhige said the law was un constitutionally vague "overbroad." The statute was repealed the 1972 General Assembly but remains in' effect until July 1 when'it is to be superseded by a version generally paralleling federal drug control laws. Western Airlines Shows Profit kels such as Hawaii; fare increases that took effect \ last May, and 'A strike against $ re- gional'competitor. ' * The quarter was the best since 1968, Tartar said: Earnings for the first quarter of 1972 were 1,956,000 orK36 cents a share compared td a loss of ·$2,208,000'or 41 cent* a share in 1971. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUN. 11-6 Merchandise FHURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY EfePE Ndtxxfr hk«i oo much but runiwiy h* rrhjllin| rJI»lion CM bf »rxM. So t't ih* 3Jt i tori withjt LATEX WALL PAINT Keg. 7.22 5.86 Super Kem-Tone*deluxe paint is supei washable, super durable. Easy clean up While and custom-lint colon HOUSE PAINT leg. 8.22. Chaos* exterior latex or oit-bas* paint in alkali.resisting white and color* Shop Kmari! Charge it SAVE! K MART' HOUSE PAINT 87 foui Choice 4 GAL Keg. 6.3/ Latex Faint. Fast drying White and colors. Go! Oil Bas« Paint. Brushes 01 easily White only Save 1.22 K MART® LATEX WALL PAINT 22 GAL. a Days Ones quickly to a Mai washable finish. 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