Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Cost Estimate Given a few DENVER (UPI)-A state j Games, and Gov. John AS Love sss.LeS.j^ssisr r? mated fte totai ^ i Â° Joint Budget Committee said the state at ?5 m i"ion- Olympic officials have indicated- they Tuesday the 1976 Winter Olympics, which will be hosted by Denver, will cost $63.3 million. State Rep. Donald Friedman, of Denver said the figure f a r ! hope the federal government will kick in a large portion of the cost. ~ The DOC also has estimated exceeds the $35 million estimate estimate offered earlier this year by the Denver Olympic Committee Committee (DOC). Friedman listed the higher figure as the probable cost after requiring DOC president Carl De Temple to write on a committee room blackboard the pics, ai it will raise at least $10 million from licensing, ticket sales and television contracts. Separate efforts have- been launched in both the state legislature and by a private citizens' group to have a statewide election to determine T , whether additional state tax a a " e ^"Se'^t^^ te Used *F Â«Â« desire to 1 Friedman said. "I've satj for two hours, and I| De Temple warned if electors couldn't tell anybody what the!vote to cut off further funding will, cost the state of;the Olympic effort in Colorado Colorado. LISTED ITEMS ! De Temple then went to the blackboard at Friedman's re- would be dead. quest and lute-j items which must be provided for the Olympics. . The list included $19 million ifor site construction: $15 I million for actually staging the j Games ; ?26 million for press in^ ousing ', which eventually would to capture a I^^LS^A jhousing at Steamboat Springs; [and $3.1 million for remodeling work on the Denver Coliseum, Registration Set by Loop The R a n d y Russell 'Little League Baseball League has announced announced dates for player registration. registration. The opening registration will be conducted Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Bonneville Park. Further registration will J i b e held April 1, April 8 Â«JJU A :i 1 r J : AT.- -i hits n n e r "If you'll pardon my saying so, one of your problems, as far as I'm concerned, is that you don't have a plan," said committee member Joe Shoemaker, Shoemaker, a state senator from Denver. ESTIMATED COST Colorado already has contributed contributed $1.1 million for. the and at the same site. All boys ages 8 to 15 years are requested requested to bring birth certificates. A regular meeting has been scheduled for Thursday at 7 p.m. in the 62nd Ward. All Further registration information information can be obtained by calling Frank Quinn at 392-6864. '