Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on October 22, 1969 · Page 31
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 31

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Health Department Official Soys! AirPplution Here Could Become It Is in Urban Areas ·/As industry develops in Welc County,, ind Greeley, t|ie prob lem of air pollution control here could become as acute as in some urban areas, according to Glen'Paul, director of environmental' health services in the Health Department. Paul spoke in connection with the observance here of National Clean Ah Week. In 1967, the State Health Department established an air pollution control basin embracing parts of Larimer and Weld Counties. The local Health De- · -partipent administers air pollution in Weld County. .·'· "As Industry grows and de velops here," said Paul, "air ·'pollution controls are serving to help avoid the air pollution problems which afflict cities. Ever since our area has basin, devices totants of air are defined as prevent air pollution have been built in as industry moved in. these con "Insisting upon trols as business grows," he continued, "also saves money. Experts estimate that it takes particles which are present in the air and are capable of threatening the health of people who. breathe. the air. The particles can be from smoke stacks, from automobile exhausts or -- -- · -- "««v *v kunvo 1.1 uiii tauiuiilUUIlc CAllctUSla Ul over f ive years, and billions of other sources which discharge nnllarc in »r n l nu _. _ . . . 1 - 1 . . ° . - ^ ~ v ?» 1 "'| UJ114 L/1111UJ1O Ul dollars, to restore an area where air pollution has been unchecked." Greeley is not meteorologically located as poorly as Denver or Los Angeles, according to Paul, but inversions, or the trapping of warm polluted air in particles which may irritate or endanger the respiratory sys- lere at the confluence of two rivers. Occasionally, Paul said, jreeley does get some smog been hazard, Paul answered, "Pollu- try." tem. "At the present time," the environmental health . director said, "odor of itself is officially considered to be not as hazardous to health of the public -M-I o ·" · · * » » * « « jfvj-iubvu till ju ctiuuuo vu ucaiLU Ul tile UUUllu natural pocket, could occur as are pollutants. There may come a time," he concluded, "when odor control may have be tightened considerably. j %*uwy §^u -uuiiic ouiufj LU uu kigiilCllUU UUIlolUct dUlV. 'rom Denver as it travels along Right now, air pollution control :he foothills. - has a long way to go to make a Asked about odor as a health ' ' ' . . .. dent in some parts of the coun- Two Students Not Mentioned In News Story Two Colorado Stale Colfegc students were inadvertently omitted in a story carried in the Tribune last week about the results of the Forensics Meet at the University of Wyoming. In addition to the debate teams participating, Bob Holley and Jay Sullivan competed in oral interpretation. Both made a strong showing in the preliminary rounds and Holley gained the finals and placed fourth. The pair were coached by Miss Ruth DeBoer, oral interpretation instructor at CSC. Most sturgeon species mature in the ocean or brackish water before migrating up large freshwater rivers to spawn each ipring. They shed hundreds of thousands of eggs, then immediately return to the ocean. USE TRIBUNE WANT ADS Colorado Rep. Meal Fears College Construction Cut By GORDON G. GAUSS Associated Press Writtr DENVER (AP)-State Hup. Tommy Neal expressed concern today that Gov. John A. Love may follow up his cutback of highway construction funds construction funds for the final with an order cutting back on construction, especially on college campuses. in an interview while in Denver attending a meeting of the leg- slature's bipartisan Fiscal Policy Committee of which he is order on college Neal said, could a member. A cutback construction, affect six buildings "which we appropriated money for last ses- Refers To Gov. Love Referring to the governor, a sympathize with him because 1 know the spot he is on as chairman of the National Governors Conference and as a member of the President's party." Love's cutback of highway quarter of 1969 followed president Nixon's call for a cutback of federal construction Neal, a Durangp Democrat spending. The governor has said said such an order "wouldn't the highway situation will be remake sense. Neal discussed the situation viewed again in January. Republican, Neal added: "Iroom space. "In higher education their need for construction really is there," Neal said. Turning to the situation at Fort Lewis College in his home city, Neal said it is growing and needs two buildings which the legislature approved-- a fine arts and humanities building and a physical education building. He emphasized the physical education building includes class Wed., Oct. 22, 1969 GREELEY TRIBUNE P»g« 33 The two buildings, he said will cost about $1.5 million. A library authorized for Adams State College at Alamosa will be somewhat larger than the two Fort Lewis buildings he said and is also needed urgent The other buildings authorized by the legislature, Neal noted, are a physical education building at Southern Colorado Slate College at Pueblo and new buildings at the University of Colorado and Colorado State University. Speaking specifically of the Durango and Alamosa areas Neal said, "we are officially classified as economically depressed areas. That was the reason for establishment (by the federal government) of the Four "ornersCommission." Neal said "you know.- what 1.5 million would mean to the economy of an area like Durango. The cutback would hurt right in the place where spend- ng is needed." Colorado formally "It doesn't m»k« MOM," said. Butcher Union A Endorses Sodm The Amalgamated Butcher Workmen of North America, Local Union No. Ml,-Tuesday formally endorsed Wayne-'fiod- man for city councilman from Ward 1, according to Alvirj H. Tucker, president of .the Denver-based union. ""·";' The endorsement said "Sodman's position as Chief Stew ard of the Monfort Packing Co. has proven his leader-amp abilities in representing "tbe 100 members of Local Union 641 who work in that planl ;jr , "Sodman is a very consciejj- lious and capable individual, dedicated to the' service of-'his ellow man, as indicated-;by years of service on ,tjte Executive Board of the Local Union 641. Cash-Saving Prices... Shopping at Del Farm! · ' » · i · H · ^··^ . , ;,.. £.! USDA'"Choice" FuIKGut, Bone arm Arac, Boneless, Fully Cooked Beef Steaks · USDA "Choice" Bone-In Rump Roast Qyorter Pork Loin, Sliced Pork ,b. 89c lb. 89c )USQA{ (CHOICE) Boston Butt, Tender Corn Country Pork Roost lb. Treat'your family! 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