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44 GREBLEY (Colo.) TRIUUNE Wed., April 19, 1972 Named Ombudsman ST. PAUL, Minn. (AC) - Thearirice Williams lias been named ombudsman for the stale corrections system by CJov. Wendell Anderson, who said he is tlic first such ombudsman in the United Slates. .·Williams, 37, is black. He lias served as executive director of (he Phyllis Whcatlcy Commu- nity Center !n north Minneapolis since 1965. The ombudsman post is an experiment proposed by slate Corrections Commissioner David Fogcl. lie will have authority to investigate complaints by inmates and make any investigations ho believes arc needed lo promote a belter correctional system. Xishbacfe CAMERA SHOPS Environmental Conference SetApril 28-30 in Denver 'Color Colorado 2050" -- an environmental conference on future Issues and options -- \vtt. be held April 28-30 in Denver at the Downtowner Motor Inn. The main thrust of the conference will be discussions ol how, when and why public ami private administrators, citizens rind students can best serve the environmental c o n c e r n s of 7olorado A Friday evening dinner will tick off Die conference with. a eynote address by John W. Abbot, executive secretary of California Tomorrow from San ·'rancisco. · Saturday and Sunday work- tops include Poverty and Ihe Economy; Safety anil Security or Ihe Individual; the Econ- SALIS... S E R V I C E 711 10th SI. 352-JOH omy; Urban Environment; Land and Water Use; Meeting Environmental Needs Through Politics and Administration; Rural Environment; Transportation ano! Utilidors, and Energy. Co-.sponsoi's of "Color Colorado 2050" arc Gov. John Love, Denver Mayor- William McNichols Jr., Denver Federal Executive Board, Club 20, Trout Unlimited, Colorado Municipal League, Colorado Open Space Council. Environmental Action of Colorado, Rocky Mountain Center ) n Environment, Denver Regional Council of Govern- nents, Federation of Rocky M o u n t a i n Stales, Colorado \ssocialion of Commerce and Industry, and the University of jColorado's Bureau of Oovern- mcnl Research and Service. Further information is avail,able by calling Maurice Arnold jilt 231-3623, or Royal Daniel iSloan Jr. ul 443-2211, c x t . 85SG. Quality Color Prints IWE SHOW YOU HOW! 826 9th St. 352-2142 Your New York Life Agent in Greeley is FRED LEiSLER N»w York Lite Inturanct Company 1411 IMh Avenue Ph. 356-2236 Life fr.su/ancfl · Group Insurance · Aruiuitioi Health Insurance · Pension Plans Compromise RSA Bill Approved By House DENVER (AP) - Regiona. service authorities could be established statewide under a compromise plan adopted by the Colorado House of Representatives Tuesday after much backroom discussion. The compromise bill started as Senate Hill 34, which passed the Senate but was locked in the House Rules Committee. The main point of contention was over water, with Denver's metropolitan neighbors seeking to be included in an authority which would lake advantage of the Denver system. Denver lawmakers could not agree lo that. Tuesday, a compromise position was reached with water not specifically mentioned in :he bill. In short, the bill says there can be planning and discussion about water but it is not mandate into the bill as are such things as sewage districts. Monday, House members had approved on a second reading vole a bill which would have allowed counties outside Ihn Denver metropolitan area to form such districts. The bill approved Tuesday says planning shall be a power rather than a function of a service of such authorities. Hep. Ron Strahlc, R-Fort Collins, said with the passage of Ihe bill Colorado is on the threshold of the local government reform after n !0 year effort. Rep. Hub Safran, D-Denver, said he was happy Denver is being treated with the rest of the state and said the bii! strikes a balance between big and small governments. To Go Home To Vermont ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AI) -- Vermont S o c i a l Welfare Commissioner Joseph W. Betil said social workers would arrive in Albuquerque today to pick up 11-year-old James Oo- Icc, the victim in an alleged kidnaping. Young Golec, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Golec of Bellows Falls, Vt., was a pupil at the Border School in Canaan, Vt., before he disappeared about two months ago. A former operator of the school, Carroll Thomas Collins, 25, was arraigned here Tuesday on a charge of unlawful flight lo avoid prosecution. U.S. Magistrate Robert McCoy set bond at $5,000 and scheduled an April 26 hearing on (lie charge. FBI Agent Wesley Whaley of Albuquerque said Collins was arrested Monday in Santa Fc after an investigation. KAMAKUIIA, Japan (AP) More than 1,000 persons attended a family funeral service today for novlist Yasunari Kawa- 3ala, the Nobel Prize laureate who committed suicide Sunday. An official funeral service will be held in Tokyo later under the sponsorship of three J a p a n e s e literary organ- "zations. Meanwhile, the government announced it will confer the first class order of the Rising 3un, one of Japan's highest honors, on the late novelist. Uranium Enrichment Plant Proposed for Wyoming WASHINGTON (AP) - Officials of the Reynolds Metals Co. .detailed for Atomic Energy Commission members Tuesday a proposal lo build a $2.2 billion uranium enrichment plant In Wyoming. An AEC spokesman described as "useful" the conference between Reynolds Vice Presidents F,td Hyde, Ed Sikorovsky and Dr. Irving Roberts and AEC commissioners Wilfrid Johnson, James Ramey and Clarence Larson. The meeting was held to give the AEC commissioners details the Reynolds proposal, which was submitted last month. The proposed plant near Buffalo would be the first of its kind operated by Induslry. The AEC owns such plants in three states. Reynolds proposes lo organize a consortium of companies to build, own and operate a plant to enrich uranium for use as fuel Jn nuclear powered generating plants outside of Wyoming. Reynolds has an estimated two billion tons of low sulphur coal deposits In Wyoming plus a reservoir and water rights to provide up (o 33 billion gallons annually for use at the proposed plant. Olympic Funds Studied by Congressmen WASHINGTON (AP) - Col- oradans In Congress met Tuesday and hope to discuss again Wednesday funding for the 1976 Winter Olympics at Denver. Tiie delegation hopes to agree on how much federal money will be needed in addition to a $20-million contribution from Denver City and County. Federal fund requests are ex- peeled to total about $50 million. 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