Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on March 2, 1976 · Page 12
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Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, March 2, 1976
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12 CREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Tuw., M«rch2,mi State's budget bill gets finishing touches by JBC By JOHN J. SANKO "If the Joint Budget Commit- contentious as the very devil," if we ever had one," said Rep. DENVER (UPI)-The Joint tee doesn't have these two Strahle said. "Here is where we Don Friedman, R-Denver. Budget Committee, the most days, the session probably will *** (n earnta S our W- t^orn "They're offering something powerful legislative panel in the be extended two weeks," here on '"· ll ' s 8 oi "B to be they can't defend. They're '"""'·" treating equal people in an unequal way. What Democrats are trying to do is appear as the friends of small business." oppose a bill increasing corporate taxes from 5 to 6 per cent. The bill also eliminates the tax convicted of kidnaping girl Colorado General Assembly, Valdez said. "U's very impor- tou * h prepared to put finishing tant for us to get out of here In Although Republicans are in touches today on the state's an orderly fashion by the TM minority by a 39-26 margin, budget bill, and legislators middle of April. We can't do ""y voted unanimously to that if the long bill isn't ready." Sen. Joe Shoemaker, R- Denver, vice chairman of the committee, said the volume of work in preparing a budget had prevented lawmakers from completing their task. The committee met all day Saturday and Sunday. on businesses which make less than ¥50,000 a year in annual profits. "It's an election year special . . t '° n predicted they could bring an end to their 1976 meeting by mid-April. In order to give the six- member Joint Budget Committee time to finish its work on the long appropriations bill, both the House and the Senate voted Monday to continue a two-week recess from floor action for another two days. The two houses had been scheduled to begin work Monday on a lengthy list of bills which House Minority Leader Ron Strahle, described the very devil." The work was postponed, however, to give the Joint Budget Committee time to """""£'' ll cunurnlcu nlne non - a minor procedural area and complete its work on the budget controversial appointmenls of the m itself was sj ^ ^ bill needed to run state Gov ' Richard **"""· law. government in the 1976-77 fiscal Following the brief floor The line item deleted in- year. session, Strahe told Republican eluded an amendment by Sen. House Speaker Ruben Valdez. legislators to prepare for some James Kadlecek. D-Greeley. tough debate during the next which said the procedures two weeks. followed in making the cutback "If you read the title of these could be used whenever the bills, you will see they are as legislature was not in session. Also vetoed was a section Rep. Ken Kramer, R-Colorado Springs, cautioned GOP legislators they would have to be very careful how they handled the bill or they would be accused of being in the "hip- pocket of large businesses." By, DAVID BRISCOE Any latedPreu Writer SALT LAKE CITY (API- Former .law student Theodore R. Bundy, who has been investigated in abductions of young women in three states, is back in custody after he was convicted of kidnaping a teenage girl.i He faces a prison term of five years to life. A crowbar and handcuffs found in the 29-year-old Bundy's Volkswagen car and identification of him in court by the GOP targets four solans Lamm vetoes Kadlecek amendment ! , ' ~. , fr om Colorado's current fiscal . 1 March 15 ' Shoemaker budget _ a cutba( , k forced le, R-Fort Collins, s«d. The session normally ends because of lower-than-expected "as contentious as ' w ° to *ree weeks after the revenues duri h ^ DENVER (UPI) - Gov. budgeted within an agency may Richard Lamm announced only be made with the approval Monday he had vetoed a line item in a bill cutting $23 million f nr TUl budget bill ,s introduced. _ . . TM hough Uc ° nrirmedmnenon fiscal year. A s P° kesman ! TM the gover- mr said the veto involved only D-Denver, warned that without the additional days, the current legislative session might be extended another two weeks. Demo candidate Mores against moving mint of the Office of State and Budgeting and bi-monthly notice to the Joint Budget Committee. Lamm said he vetoed the line item because he believed it violated the Colorado Constitution which states the general appropriation bill shall include nothing but appropriations for the expense of the executive, legislative and judical departments of the state, state institutions, interest on the public debt anri for public schools. He said state law also provided that one of the duties of the controller was to recommend such transfers be- which said transfer of money tween appropriations. DENVER 1 (UPI) -- Sen. Joe Shoemaker, jR-Denver, says the GOP has targeted one state Senator ana three state Representatives for defeat in the November election. Shoemaker; chairman of the Joint Budget'. Committee, said Republicans 'want the seat currently held by Sen. Barbara Holme, D-Denver. In the House, he said the ; party plans to defeat Gerald Kopel, David Gaon and Jack:McCroskey. The Democrats are vulnerable because of previous election returns in the district, but will still pose a difficult battle, Shoemaker said. He also said challengers will have to spend between 52,500 and $5,000 to win. kidnap victim-l9-ye«r old Carol DaRonch-- 16 months after the crime figured in his conviction. Bundy's attorney said he would appeal to the Utah Supreme Court Monday's verdict by 3rd District Court Judge Stewart M. Hanson. Hanson set sentencing for March 22, saying he wanted a presentence report, partly to insure Bundy's safety. The prosecutor, Asst. County Ally. David Yocom, said the judge is required by law to impose an indeterminate prison sentence of five years to life. Defense attorney John O'Conncll described Bundy as shocked and limp. "I don't think he expected it. I didn't expect it," O'Connell said. Bundy said only, "I haven't got any comment at this time," as he was shuffled away by sheriff's deputies and returned to a cell. He had originally been held in jail from the time he was charged last Oct. 2 until he was released on bail Nov. 20. The attorney said, "I think the case started to go wrong the minute it was made into an entertainment event for the community. It's very difficult AUTO GLASS For All Cars A M GLASS tit nth St. Ph. 3»-6248 to try a case that's a big press to Washington Gov. Dan Evan! thing when you don't have a ,,, 1972, was also being n $500,000 budget to use to ma- vesligated in connection with nipulate the press." similar cases in Washington He blamed the news media an( j Colorado. He has been for "making it more than one Charged only in the DaRonch case." C ase. Before charges were filed n'Connell contended in clos against Bundy, police had said ,,,,, Fridav tha , offi . they were investigating wheth- 8 * ^ Bund er there was a link between the waj g .. monster » and lhal DaRonch kidnap and the mur- w ' a5 ders of two 17-year-oid Utah witncss wno Mu | d prevenl Bun . girls and the disappearance 01 jame (||i a third. The father of one of the * slain girls, Midvale Police " he five-day trial as a spectator ·- gMff jut was not on hand for Mon- ^f^^Moa / j day's verdict. ^^^^flRSCHFm^tlD Bundy, who was a law stu- S/*LCS · cEwwctL/ u dent at the University of Utah ,,,,,,,..,,. , 5 ,, m5 and had been a camoaien aide " 8 1 0 l h S L "TM m J E W E L R Y J O T T I N G S By Charles Christiansen ____|__«_ HP^^HRi The story of jewelry Includes S?5LJB8| much that Is dramatic, romantic ^.Vxr^j^^E- ffi or |ust plain Interesting. 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Mrs. Mores is seeking the Democratic nomination in the Sept. 18 primary election to oppose Rep. William Armstrong, R-CoIo., in the race in the Fifth Congressional District. Armstrong has suggested relocating the Mint at the empty Gates Rubber Co. plant because of an estimated savings of $25 million -- the difference between the cost of the plant and a new facility in Denver. The relocation lo Littleton has been opposed by Rep. Pat Schroeder and Sen. Gary Hart, both D-CoIo. If the Mint was moved to Littleton, it would be located in Armstrong's district. Coordinator urges gifts continue to Guatemalans DENVER (UPII - An official coordinating Guatemalan aid says he's afraid Americans will end gifts of food, clothing and cash to suvivors of the country's earthquake at a time they need it most. "The serious problems will begin to develop about the Lime many people around the world begin to forget about the problems of the Guatemalan earthquake," said James Blackledge. 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