>2-A—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE-JOURNAL—Monday^Evening, April 7. 1975 LAFF - A . DAY "Dear, that bar of gold you bought last month is starting to rust!" Group Of States Bands Together To Seek Energy Policy Rv XI ETIT K I* 1 IV Wl> U n.. H r. tl, - »^ n ..u ...:n i By MEL RKISNKR BILLINGS, Monl, (AP). — Former North Dakota Gnv. William L. Guy, named as director of a 10-slate office to develop a regional policy on energy, says creation of the office means "the end of development at any price of resources in the West." Guy, who served 12 years as governor, was chosen last week to head the newly formed Western Governors Regional Energy Policy Office with headquarters in Denver. Guy told reporters he will let the member slates formulaic directions for his office hut hopes the result will mean iinj announcing the appointment iwas end to boom-bust energy dcvel- The involved states contain fron most of the nation's reserves of coal that can bo strip-mined, as well as oil shale ,'tncl other energy resources. The West is now H primary source of fossil for defeated last. .Senate race new for cnor; nation hungry resources. opments. Gov. Jerry Apodaca of New Mexico announced the appointment at ihe 1(> - state Western Governors Conference on Agriculture. Apodaca is chairman of the regional energy-policy Hroup, made up of Ihe Kovcrnors of Arizona. Colorado, Montana. Nebraska', Nevada, New Mexico, N'orlh Dakota! South Dakota, Utah and Wyoming. "The \Vrst will not become an energy colony for the rest of " G^y/who ™Vhe'plans to es- H^ed "SinT He -£!?_l^iL 0 Jli. AjwUica__SHicljnUahlish the office immediately.!Nevada Gov. Mike The regional energy-policy office will have a firsl-yoar budget of SIM 1,000 and a staff of about 15 persons, Apodaca said. Ha said Guy's salary had nol been established but would be under $1(1,000 from was U.S. North Dakota govoVnor was J%1-7:S. A Democrat, he year in a against incumbent Republican Milton Young, "Most of the people in the 10 Weslorn stales are nhcncl of the federal government in their de~ not represented at the session. Apodaca acknowledged, however, (hat the first vote had included the names of two other candidates. He said Asst. Interior Secretary Jack O. Morton also had been interviewed for tho job. mand that a national energy be formulated, which gives them protection in the relates to quality of life energy," Guy said. Apodaca said Guy ed by was clect- duriiiR a said only TAPES A full lint of 8-Trock, Cossetle, Ouad-8 and Open Reel. You may listen before you buy! U.V. BLAKE RECORD CENTER 240T 34th i-t 795-6408 Car Mini O- OMIY $ 49' S SKAKHK INSTUUT10N 19th & Ave. M EDWARDS ELECTRONICS 762-0135: Within Your Reach The wall chrome extension mirror for the bath extends 13'' from the wall so you con see yourself better from all angles. 7 reversible plain and magnifying mirror, 14.00. Bath Fashion Downtown, South Plains Mall Shower Caddy Heavy chrome shower caddy fastens securely to any shower pipe and holds everything you need...7.00 S e.t y o u r t a b I e w i t h; Nor i take savings with very special savings on Progression D r hn e r w a r e Now through A p r i I 1 9 t h Noritake's beautiful dinnerware in Blue Moon, Ming Garden, Upso Daisy and Pearl White is specially priced...the five piece place setting includes dinnerplate, cereal bowl, salad plate, cup O'nd saucer, 13,95, Sugar bowl, 9.56. Cream, 6.80. Medium platter, 18.36. Oval baker, 12.76." China De, parfmenis Downtown South Plains Mall B I u"e ; M o 6. n Ming Garden 12.00 Ca c o Authentic East Indian I. r u n ! liner print on ivory ground is Ihe charming motif for a spring both occessori.es Imported porcelain and plastic ware accessories plus fin per lip towels of 100% c. o I I o n v e I o u r , 3.50 and shower curtain, 25.00 in colors of pink, blue or gold. Balh Fashions • Downtown, South Plains Ma Upsa Daisy Noritake Glassware Savings, Too! Perspective A bold sculptured look for stemware, in footed ice tea, footed sherbet and footed wine glasses. Choose avocado, blue, 4.00 stem, ruby red, 4,40.
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