The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 6, 1975 · Page 60
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April 6, 1975

The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 60

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Page 60-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Sunday, April 6, 1975 EPA Eyes Plan To Cut Litter WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Environmental Protection Agency is drawing up rules that would ban the sale and use of throw-away cans and bottles at all federal facilities in the country. Instead, military commissaries, federal cafeterias and other installations would have to use returnable containers in what EPA believes would be an energy saving and litter reducing move. John Skinner of EPA's Office of Solid Waste Management revealed the proposed ban at the closing session of an EPA-sponsored meeting on waste reduction. He later told UPI current planning is to have the rules ready by early fall. Skinner said the percentage of cans and bottles used on federal installations is only a very small Bridge Column NORTH A74 VK7 A A J 9 6 5 2 WEST EAST (I)) A - A A J 10 9 6 5 Q 10 9 5 * J 8 6 2 Q732 *4 4.KI0743 *Q SOUTH AKQ82 VA43 • AK J108 4.8 Both vulnerable West North East South 'ass Pass Opening lead — 4 3* Pass 3N.T. By Oswald & James Jacoby South wasn't proud of his three notrump call, but he had that allergy about being shut out by a preemptive bid. In any event the game was rubber bridge, the hour late and South wanted to get home. If West had opened a heart South would almost surely have found himself left with an unfinished rubber, but West opened his fourth best club and South counted quickly to nine tricks. He went right up with dummy's ace of clubs. He needed two entries to dummy and he could not afford a heart shift. He led a spade at trick two. East ducked and South was in with the king. He led out high diamonds. The queen might drop but South didn't really care. He needed just four diamond tricks and they were certain. West took his queen of diamonds and shifted to a heart but his bus had left the station. South won with dummy's king, led dummy's last spade toward his own hand and departed for a well-earned night's sleep with nine tricks. The bidding has been: 5 West North East South 1* Pass 3* 9 Pass 2 A Pass 3 A Pass Pass Pass Pass 4 * You, South, hold: AKQ965 V A2 • K 4 3 * Q 8 7 What do you do now? A — Pass. You will probably beat four clubs but a double is really bad percentage. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two spades your partner has responded two clubs to your one spade opening. What do you do now? Answer Monday Send $1 tor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win ai Bridge," (c/o this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. Reopening Of Dinosaur Quarry Eyed PRICE, Utah (UPI)-After 10 years of being closed down for lack of funds, the University of Utah plans to reopen the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry to excavation work this summer. Prof. James H. Madsen Jr. said the university has come up with a private donor to finance reopening the "highly productive" quarry 20 miles south of here. He said the university hopes to begin work there about Junel. "About 5,000 of the banes in our Natural History Museum are from the Cleveland-Lloyd Quarry," Madsen said. "But, because we haven't had the mjwey, we haven't been digging (town there since the mid part of the total throw-aways consumed in the United States. But he said the rules would provide a "leadership" incentive to pn vat° business. The rules wot'ld be promulgated under a federal law allowing the EPA to put out guidelines carrying the weight of law for environmental matters involving public facilities. Skinner told the meeting the EPA's position on proposed federal law to ban throw-aways entirely is still the same as that enunciated last year, the agency favors it provided it is phased in slowly enough to avoid unemployment or economic disruption in the aluminum and glass industries. The EPA last year endorsed a mandatory deposit on all beverage cans and bottles to provide an incentive for consumers to bring them back to the stores. Skinner said the EPA was drawing up a study on how long it would take to phase in such a ban without causing unemployment. Current thinking, he said, is that it would take somewhere between five and 10 years. Robert McGlotten, a legislative lobbyist for the AFL-CIO, said, "We can ill afford at this stage of the game to have more people unemployed," he said. "We want to join you, we want to clean up litter, but we don't want our people unemployed.'' 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