Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 1, 1976 · Page 12
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. -- - . ,, . , · · n u v ' I l U i i m v i l . , 11(01 V I I 1, 1 9 f V Sentencing bill expected to pass Most legislative committees clear calendars DLNVER (UPI) -- A manrln- exnwtpri In urin naccnaa ; n ii». ry»r*TM« nTM,,:^^ ,,» ..i_i i* '^ DLNVLR (UPI)-Amanda- expected to win passage in the persons convicted of violent tory sentencing bill, aimed at Colorado House this week. crimes. Heavy sentences are keeping violent and repeat The measure would require also required for repeat offen- criminals off the streets, is tour year to life sentences for ders. AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHY Farms -- Ranches Buildings LEW DAKAN _j ^ 352-7892 : -^m$l 2613 12th Ave, Greeley By THOMAS E. SLAUGHTER sion of their sponsors. any measures estimated to from 19,600 yearly for legisla- Legislators can be heard AnocUted Press Writer The two-week period set have a fiscal impact be re- tors to nearly $12,000 and rais- grumbling in private about the DENVER (AP) -- After 'a aside for committee work is in- fcrred to the appropriations Ing the salary of the chief Jus- appropriations committees and District Attorney Dale Toolev lwo ' WMk hiatus devoted ex- tended to give the Joint Budget committees, in addition to any (ice of the Supreme Court to the probable tale of their pet has led support of the measure cluslveI J' to committee work, Committee (JBC) time to finish other committee assignments, nearly $50,000. He said the bill will avoid mOS( le S' slative committees (he main appropriations bill. But, it's a common legislative varying sentences for similar have cleared " ieir calenders- But (be co-chairmen of the JBC ploy to send a bill to the appro- with two notorious exceptions. offenses given by different """ lw " I "" grluus TM*piions. also serve as the chairmen of priations committee--where judges The appropriations com- the House and Senate Appro- past performances indicate it . . . Citing a 70 recidivism rate in mittees ln ^th houses, consid- priations Committees, thereby will never again see the light of Sun or a itnue. Denver.Tooleysaidthemanda- !?, S£±! C!?*^ *3 "'em^almost^unavail- day-even on the most specious --Providing for mandatory sentences for persons convicted of committing a felony with a tory sentencing persons who committed violent crimes out of circulation longer and perhaps result in a drop ia criminal activity. The measure has had difficulty gaining m)st Ie 8' sl ""°"'s, have been sit- able for any purpose other than pretense. --Appropriating funds for construction of a new veter- houses. But, legislative procedures $1,000 fire at state pen or no rehabilition of criminals occurs in prisons. However, many have decided to vote for the bill because of planned citizens initiatives. Several groups, including the United Sportsman's Council, have announced plans to start petition drives for mandatory sentencing bills if lawmakers do no act to keep criminals in prison. Coors admits water quality violations DENVER (UPI! The Colorado Health Department says the Adolph Coors Co.,has admitted it violated state water quality standards but asked a fine not be imposed. A department spokesman said Saturday Coors argued imposition of a fine which could cost the company $10,000, would discourage self-monitorinK of effluent and self-reporting of violations. The State Health Department had asked the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission to fine Coors for the alleged discharge last Aug. 20 of excessive amounts of biochemical oxygen demanding substances and solids. The discharge was in violation of terms of the department's National Pollutant Discharge Elimination system permit. ting idly by while most other writing the appropriations bill. As of Friday, the Senate Ap- inary medicine building at Col- That means bills pile up in propriations Committee had orado State University, the committees until their nearly 30 bills on its calendar, originating in their respective chairmen are finished with the while its House counterpart had yearly Long Appropriations nearly 50 bills waiting for ac- Bill, delaying consideration of tion. those measures until late in the Among these bills banished to the appropriations committees, are measures: --Creating a small claims court. -Giving legislators and bills referred there, but they never make an issue of it, lest they anger the appropriations committee chairmen. It's hard for them to forget, though, the spectre of a late- session meeting last year in the Senate Appropriations Committee--where nearly 50 bills were killed by one motion. languish, despite the apprehen- session. Legislative rules dictate that Schedule of bills DENVER (AP) - The Colorado General Assembly. having spent tw wMks dt voted almost exclusively to committee work, li preparing to spend most of thli week debating bills on the floor of the House and Senate. No House committee meetings are scheduled this week. Here b a schedule of bills up (or de- bale on the House floor this week: Monday HB 1)11, Mandatory Sentencing, Rrp Gerald Kopel, D Denver; HB ItW, Payment ol Com for collecting delinquent tflxM, Rep. Wayne Knox, D-Denw; HB 1180, Elections, Registration and Voting Procedures, Rep. Polly Baca Garragan, D-Tnornfon; HB 1121, Increasing permit signs, Rep. E. E. "Casy" Hayes, Fashion fabrics FASHION BY THE YARD BASIC PATTERN FITTING CLASS Learn To Fit A Personal Basic Pattern TUESDAY, MARCH 9 9:30a.m.-ll:30a.m. 3 two-hour classes for S 6 00 BASIC KNIT CLASSES LESSON I Introduction To Knits LESSON II Variation Of Necklines, Zippers LESSON III Ladies Pants And Skirts LESSON IV Tab Front Knit Top, Collars WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 Mornings from 9:30 to ll:30a.m. Evenings from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. 4 two-hour classes for $4.00 BLAZER-SPORTCOAT CLASS Learn To Sew Ladies' Blazers and Men's Sportcoats and Leisure Jackets THURSDAY, MARCH 11 9:30a.m.-]1:30a.m. 3 two-hour classes for S 6 0 0 LINGERIE TUESDAY, MARCH 30 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. 1 two-hour class for s l°° Betty Clithero, Instructor The be/I \ /election of notion/ The Fabric Department onyuhere!} 3*35 w. mm 353.5135. Vogue Simplicity Steve Hogin; HB 1113, Brand Fee crease. Rep. Bob Shotmaker, R -Canon City; HB 1190, Purchase of Service* tor Handicapped, Rep. LeoLucero, 0-Piwblo; HB 1193, Obscenity in Communications, Rep. E. 6. "easy" Hayes, D-Commem Clly; HB 1199, Obscenity, DeMoulln; HE 1!12, Secretary of State Reports, Rep. Ron Slrahle. R-Fort Collins; HB 1H9, Deputy Registrars, Rep. Betty Orten, D- Westminster; HB 1157, Elect tons- Reslden- cy, Knox. Wednesday HB 1207 Employment Claims, Smith; HB 1110, Municipal Development Bonds, DcMoulln; HB 1117, Elections, Taylor; HB 1231, Housing Authority- Thermal Loans, Rep. Gerard Frank, D-Aurora; HB 1233, Increasing County Funds from Roy- judges significant pay hikes, CANON CITY, Colo. (AP) A fire of undetermined origin did about $1,000 damage to the hobby shop al (he Colorado State Penitentiary, a fire department spokesman said. The fire was reported about 11:30 p.m. Salurday night, the fire department said. There were no injuries. The common glass bottle bears (he distinction of being (he first manufactured product exported from the United Stales. D-CO^Tc,?; ,,. mrSmS'; ;«».?* "·"«. Of, ·**: ".,, s/SScXSS;^;; s^bTM;TM»: mploym Rep. Arl* Taylor, D Denver; HB 1001, surance Rate-Making, Rep, Pit Burrows, D-Broomflekt; HB 1018, Patient Access to Records, Rep. Doug Wayland, 0-Denver; HB 1024, Closure of Access lo Public Lands, Rep. George Bo ley, D Pueblo; HB 1034, Repeal Landscape Architect Licensing, Rep. Ted Rendelow, D- Denver; HB 1053, Adult Foster Care, Rep. Sieve Ho- gsn, D Denver; HB 1111, employe Retirement Contrlbuttons- Local Government. Rep. Robert Ore, D. Pueblo; HB 11«, Employment Security, Rep. Chuck DeMoulIn, D- Denver; HB IMS, Mobile Home Dealer Regulations, Barragan; HB 1190, Increasing Tax on Liquor, Rrp. Morgan Smith, O.Brighton. Tuesday HB 1004, Shorthand Reporter Certification, Kopel; HB 1031, Hospital Patients' Rights, Wayland; HB 1064, Colorado Employment Securlly, DeMouNn; HB 1074, Corporate Income Tax, Rep. Jack McCroskey, D-Owiver; HB 1137, Revising or Statutes, Kopel; HB 11*i, Informed Consent- Medical Procedures, Rep. Joseph Cantrell, D- Co fan do Springs; HB 1154, Job Sepflrfltlod- Pregnancy, Barragan; HB 1141, Nonprofit Hospital -Health Service Boards, Kopel; HB 1171, Extending Student Loans to Independent Colleges, Rep. , ictims ol crimes, Rep. Don Brinton, D- Colorado Springs; HB 1243, Special Education, Lucero; HB 1046, Women's Prison, Taylor; HB 1041, Hospital Internal Risk Management, Burrows; HB 1100, Old Age Pension- Increases, Brown. Senate Monday Buiinrts Affairs and Labor-- S8 170, Financial Institutions-Holding Company Limitation*. Sen. Fred Andwion, R-Love. land, a a.m.. Room 320A, Slate Capitol Building. Tuesday Flnanre-SB », 115. 117, all Waling with severance lax revenues, oil shale royalties and public school finance. Sen. Tillman Bishop, R-Grand Junctlmn. 2 p.m., Room 310 C. Wednesday Judiciary-- HB 1012, Professional Rev i e w C o m m i t t e e s , Sen. Harold McCormick, H-canon City; HB 1125, Nuclear Facilities, Sen. Jamet Kadlecek, D- Greeley; HB 1056, Complaints-Regulatory Agencies, Sen. Ralph Cole, R. Littleton. Thursday Flnance-Hg 1077, Sales-Use Tax Ex- , emptlon ol Trucks, Sen. L. Fowler, R- ' Boulder; HB 1089, Counly Assessor?Maps, Fowler, 1 :3Q p.m.. Room 320 C. No meetings scheduled for Friday. RUN-DON'T WALK It's the Greatest FILTER QUEEN RE-BUILT VACUUM SWEEPERS 99 PERRY'S VACUUM CENTER Greeley, Colo. 1501 9th Street 353-0084 TUESDAY ONLY Red lag Sale! Savings from $ 10 to $ 150 on special tagged items. *25-*75 off all sofas. Styles range from modern to ' nostalgic Americana in smart textures, prints, olefins, vi- nyls. Regular-priced stock. Loveseats and Matching Chairs Specially Sale Priced Too. Find The Tag and SAVE . Check the Dept for these and other savings. Find the Red Tag or Special Sale Tags and SAVE *75-$150 off bedrooms.* Regular-priced master bedrooms drastically reduced. Beautiful craftsmanship in a variety of styles, finishes. 'snltl in KflNtiniv. Save on sets sold from floor ONLY no-*4o off all recliners. La-Z-Boy» and other recliners, some with heat/vibration. Many styles in a wide choice of fabrics and colors. 530-550 off all sleepers, Regular-priced queen and full-size sleepers in wide array of fabrics and styles. Smart seating, great sleeping. *10-*25 off all tables. Regular-priced decorator tables in favorite shapes. Many have behind-door storage and protective tops. ENJOY WHAT YOU NEED NOW. JUST SAY CHARGE-IT Value begins here. GREELEY MALL Highway 34 By-Pass at 23rd Avenue Open 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday thru Frida.y 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday 12 noon to 5 p.m. Sunday PHONE 356-2000

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