Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 6, 1977 · Page 11
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 11

Greeley, Colorado
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Monday, June 6, 1977
Page 11
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Mon.,June 6.1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 11 THE FAMILY CIRCUS, ByBilKeane "Mommy! Where's that playpen we used to keep PJ in?" Diana Laws appointed regional NOW director Diana Laws sees a lot of traveling in her future now that she's regional director of the Southcentral Region of the National Organization for Women (NOW). Mrs. Laws a Greeley resident, was elected to the post at the NOW regional convention last week. "I plan to do a lot of traveling.. in the next two years to get know NOW members throughout the region," she said. "We have a lot in common with these neighboring states-our goals, plans and ways we want to achieve them are very similar. My job will be to channel our plans and energies in a forward, positive direction in this region," she said. The region consists of Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Mrs. Law mil be chairman of the regional council, which includes two national directors of NOW, five state coordinators, a secretary and a treasurer. "Board members report national board decisions and information to me and I disseminate it to state coordinators and chapters throughout the region," she said. The regional director will also coordinate plans and regional activities with local NOW chapters and attend various state conventions and conferences. Mrs. Laws said most delegates to the regional convention in El Paso, Tex., tend to be as conservative as members of the Weld County Chapter of NOW. Out, she said, the regional NOW members are "just as dedicated feminists as our sisters back east who tend to make the news." She is a member of the board of directors of the local NOW chapter. In the courts DISTRICT COURT Pleads innocent Walter Gene Branham, 32, 224 18th Ave., pleaded innocent at his arraig ent in District Court to a first degree criminal trespass charge. Judge Hugh H. Arnold continued the case to July 1 for trial setting. Branham is accused in-the charge of unlawfully entering the dwelling of Dyanne Kay Branham at 250 E. 24th St. April 27. Assault charge David Charles Heinse, 30, 2200 1st Ave., pleaded innocent to a second degree assault charge in which he is accused of violently applying physical force against Sheriff's Officer Arliss G. Powers May 6 while lawfully confined and in custody, and while Powers was engaged in the performance of his duties. Judge Arnold continued the case to July 1 for trial setting. Case continued Theodore Gallegos, 33, Denver, pleaded innocent to charges of first degree criminal trespass, possession of a firearm by a previous offender and attempted escape. Judge Arnold continued the case to July 1 for trial setting. Gallegos is accused in the trespass charge of unlawfully entering a 1972 pickup truck belonging to the Knox Lunch Co. May 19 with the intent to stealanythingofvalue. In the firearm charge, he is accused of carrying a semiautomatic pistol after previously having been convicted of attempted robbery in District Court here Aug. 29, 1973. The last charge accuses Gallegos of attempting to escape May 19 while in custody and confinement on a felony charge. . Police reported May 19 that Gallegos was arrested after he lost control of the car he was driving and crashed into a building at the rear of 519 8th Ave. while being pursued by police. The incident started when Officer Terry Moore went to Knox Lunch Co. at 1120 ,4 6th Ave. to investigate a report a man was stealing items from a food supply truck. When Moore arrived, a man at one of the trucks told him he worked for the firm. However, while the officer was checking on this, the man got in a car and started to drive away. Moore tried to stop the man but failed and the chase began. After the pursued car crashed, Gallegos ran from the scene but was caught about a block away. Kodak paper. 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