Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas on April 7, 1975 · Page 33
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Lubbock Avalanche-Journal from Lubbock, Texas · Page 33

Lubbock, Texas
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Monday, April 7, 1975
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12-A—LUBBOCK AVALANCHE.JOURNAL—Monday Evening, April 7. 1975 LAFF - A - DAY "Dear, that bar bought last month rust 1 ." of gold you is starting to Group Of States Bands Together To Seek Energy Policy Rv M KM. RlOISi V W l 1A » nr - tu_ .......11 .._:M .. . i By MEL RKISNKR BILLINGS, Monl. (AP) Former North Dakota Gov. William L. Guy, named as director of a 10-sUte office to develop a regional policy on energy, says creation of the office means "Ihe end of development at any price of resources in the Wcsl." 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 Ihe memher slntcs formulate directions for his office hut |x>intment at the hopes tlie result will mean anjamiouwinH (he appointment. end to boom-bust energy developments. Gov. Jerry Apnclaca of Mexico announced the New an> - state Western Governors Conference on Agriculture. Apodaca is clinirmun of the regional energy-polity nroup, made up of (he governors of Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, .... Dakota. South Dakota, Utah and Wyom- Montana. Nebraska, New Mexico, North ing. "The Wrst will not Iwcome an energy colony for the rest of the nation," Apodaca said in The involved states contain most of the nation's reserves of coal that c<m be stfip-mincd, as well as oil shale and other energy resources. The is now a primary source of fossil fuel for a energy nation hungry resources. for Tlie re; energy-policy office will have a first-year liuclg- ct of 5:1-11,000 and a staff of about 15 persons, Apodaca saitl. He said Guy's .salary had no! been established but would be under SKI.1)00 a year. Guy, who .said he plans to establish Ihe office inimcdiatelv, was North Dakota governor from 191)1-7:1. A Democrat, he was defeated last year in a U.S. Senate race against incumbent Republican Milton Young. "Most of the people in the 10 Western states are ahead of the federal government in their de-- mand that a national onorgy policy bo formulated, which gives them protection in the quality of life as it relates to energy," Guy said. Apodaca said Guy was elected by unanimous vote during a flnscd meeting. Me said only Nevada Gov. Mike O'Callaghnii was not represented at the session. Apndaca acknowledged, however, that the first vote had included the names of two other candidates. He said Asst. Interior Secretary Jack O. Morton also had been interviewed for the job. APES A full line of 8-Trock, Cassette, Ouod-8 and Op«n RM(. You may listen b«for« you buyt U.Y. BLAKE RECORD CENTER 2401 34th si 795-6408 Car Mini a-TRAdCr™" 8 ONIY $ 49 95 mi INSINUATION 19th & Ave. M EDWARDS ELECTRONICS 762-0135: Within Your Reach The wall chrome extension mirror for !he bath extends 13'' from the wall so you con see yourself b e t I e r 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 your tab i e w i t h; N o r i t a k e s a v i n g s with very special savings on Progress} oh D'r h"h,e r w a r e Now through April 19th Nofitake's beautiful dinnerwore in Blue Moon, Ming Garden, Upso Daisyand Pear! White isspaciallypriced...the five piece place setting includes di-nrierpi-ate, cereal bowl, salad p I a f e , cup a*rtd saucer, 13.95. Sugar bo,wl, 9,56. Cream, 6.80- Medium plotter, 18.36. Oval baker, 12.76.' China Departments Downtown South P ! a i n s Mall • B' i 'u 'e Moon Garden 12.00 Co i c o Authentic East Indian I. r u n ! liner print on ivory ground is Ihe charming motif for n spring bath accessor!, es Imported porcelain and plastic ware accessories plus linger lip lowe s of 1 0 0 % c o I I o n v e 1 o u r , 3.50 and s h o w n r curtain, 25.00, In colors of pink, blue or gold. Bath Fashions • Downtown, South Plains Mall Upsa Daisy Noritake G assware Savings, Too! Perspective A bold sculptured look for stemware, in footed ice tea, footed sherbet and fooled wine glasses. Choose avocado, blue, 4.00 stem, ruby red, 4.40.

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