Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on April 28, 1973 · Page 14
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 14

Greeley, Colorado
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Saturday, April 28, 1973
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14 GREELEY (C«to.) TRIBUNE S»t., April ZS, 1173 Aims College candidates Planners recommend nursing home Continued from page 10 college it dependent upon the size and Uw need of the com- : munity. Setting a policy for a given size without considering the community is unrealistic. I think that it depends upon the needs and size of the area the institution is serving. "The key points I think in the election right now, are points not brought up until now. the school will end up this year with a financial loss of about $275,000 and they are projecting another loss of $220,000 for. the next fiscal year. In a two-year period this is a loss of $495,000, and that is a lot of money. This means that the community college district school will have to turn to the state for help and end up as a state controlled school. "The school has been lucky so far and has had an operating "Shared goverance is a body surplus but given another year of students, administrators, it will be gone if the budget is classified employes and faculty not balanced. Then it becomes : with each party being state controlled. I don't think represented by three persons this was the intent of the people with an equal voice," Ed Saboe who originally founded it and I . said. don't want that." "The committee provides the Saboe said, "Negotiations are input from the various not permitted at this time by segments of the college and law, to my knowledge. There provides the input for the was pending legislation and if it recommendations to the ad- has been passed I don't know, ministration. It is good as long So really the governing comas it is good for them. If it mittee does not have a great begins to become a podium for deal to say if there is or is not grievances or personnel collective bargaining. It is a matters then it is not func- rather controversial subject but tioning as is should. As far as I am not personally crazy about Ed Saboe teiting. Perhaps the dropout rate could be cut down with improved counseling. "In the vocational area Aims is located in Weld County which is one of the nation's most prolific argicultural counties in the country but they don't have a single agricultural program. Other community colleges in the state have them and we should too. It would be a good asset. There is room for a larger program in building trades, the cooperative education should be expanded and another area is more certificate programs as opposed to associate degree program in both the vocational and general studies. If the student wants to get out and earn money then we should be able to matriculate him in a six- to-18 month period as opposed to a 24-month period. The Punk with the Built-in Chucklt A Rearrange totters of the) "four scrambled wordi b«- low to form four simplo wofds. By PRANK COLOHAN P U Y N E R JLJ 2 0 A W R A i M A S U E H i I 1 e £ P U D S I T i 6 The surest way of establish--, ing your credit is to work so hard you won't -- -. t-tt. Q Complete the chuckle quoted by filling in the missing words you develop from step No. 3 below. PRINT NUMBERED LETTERS IN THESE SQUARES A UNSCRAMBLE LETTERS TO 5:. GET ANSWER Scram-Lets answer on page 18 Memo may link Watergate with Ellsberg prosecution Speclil approval of* request of David T. WatU to locate a 120-bed nursing home at 16th Street and 29th Avenue Place was recommended to City Council by the City Planning Commission at its regular meeting this week. City Council recently approved rezoning of a tract adjoining the south side of 16th Street where the home is to be located from R-l to R-3 residential. However, special approval is required for a nursing home to be located in an R-3 zone. In a related action, the commission adopted a motion to initiate rezoning of a small parcel of land immediately southwest of the nursing home site from R-3 back to R-l residential, since the surrounding area is mainly R-l. Dan Buxman, owner of the parcel, told the commission, "We don't intend to let it be zoned back to R-l." He apparently will protest the recommendation before City Council. A set of new subdivision regulations which have been under study by the commission for some time were formally approved. H o w e v e r c o m m i s s i o n members Bill Duff and Stan Beson raised questions regarding requiring sub- dividers to provide green space. Beson complained particularly about Hillside Mall and Greeley Mall. He said, despite promises the developers' had made that landscaped areas would be provided, "all we've got is 20 acres of asphalt paving and new signs." He said he thought what he and Duff were asking was if there is anything the city can do to prevent Ihe same thing happening at shopping centers and other commercial developments in the future. "« Councilman George Hall toM- the commission that the council had taken it upon itself to require trees and other landi scaping to be planted when' parking areas are being put i)]; at shopping centerrs. ;* However, Hall said the, council is faced with an invj possible situation in regard to the matter because there is rift way that it can write a law requiring the developer of t$? shopping center to maintain the landscaping. · . ; 'i Britain's stores fewer N LONDON-The number of retail stores in Britain deeline'd by 4 per cent -- from 540,413 to 485,346--between 1966 and 1971, The fall-reflected a drop in the number of food and confectionery stores, newsstands and tobacconists, and a rise in the number of supermarkets and bookstores. policy and procedural matters it is a great concept. "The philosophy is quoted in the school catalog and it provides some very basic .things and I think they are very realistic. I think the philosophy is good, I think the open door concept is good and it is a well written and well practiced philosophy. It means all things to all people and that is difficult to do." Saboe added, "The size of the AUTO GLASS For All Cars A M GLASS 624 13th Sf. Ph. 35J-62« negotiations. I think this creates factions and does not really help to provide quality education. "The general studies area is continuing to carry on as in the past and there is an in- tergration of general studies and special needs, this is good and I would like to see it pursued. One thing that can use some improvement is the counseling and guidance AWARDS GALORE BENTON, Kan. (AP) -Laurie Hiatt, a 5th grader, has won 58 trophies and 263 ribbons since she began competing two years ago in local horse "fun shows" held every weekend from March through October. By LINDA DEUTSCH Associated Press Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Pentagon papers trial judge has orderd a probe into a memorandum in which the Justice Department said it received a report that two Watergate conspirators burglarized the files of Daniel Ellsbcrg's psychiatrist. U.S. District Court Judge Matt Byrne released the memo Friday and said he would view results of the inquiry before deciding what procedures he would take. Byrne disclosed contents of the memo in open court and said that, if the allegations were true, it could "give rise to a taint of evidence," violating Ellsbcrg's rights. The memorandum said an unidentified source named convicted Watergate conspirators E. Howard Hunt Jr. and G. Gordon Liddy as the alleged burglars. The memorandum was addressed to Asst. Atty. Gen. Henry E. Petersen from the principal U.S. attorney in Washington, Earl J. Silbert. The memo read: "This is to inform you that on Sunday, April 15, 1973,1 received information that at a date unspecified Gordon Liddy and Howard Hunt burglarized the office of a psychiatrist of Daniel Ellsberg to obtain the psychiatrist's files relating to Ellsberg. The source of the information did not know whether the files had any material information or whether any of the information or even the fact of the burglary had been communicated to anyone asso- . ciated with the prosecution." Carole A. Anderson Board of Education School District No. 6 6 Year Term Sponsored by Employees and Friends of School District No. 6 OPEN HOUSE Sunday, April 29 2-5 P.M. ESTABLISHED HOME IN PARKWAY WEST AREA Leonard Borowski Your Host 2729 14th St. Road Have you been looking for the Ideal Location -- Take a look at this 4 Bedroom Bi-level on a quiet Cul De Sac. Immediate possession -- large loan to assume -- Let's take a look. 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