Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 8, 1977 · Page 10
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 10

Greeley, Colorado
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Wednesday, June 8, 1977
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10 CRKKLKY (Colo.) TRIBUNE Wed..June 8.1977 lashes Young "Yet he smilingly accepts all these gaffes by Young," Reagan said. The former GOP presidential hopeful was particularly disturbed by Young's remarks that John F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon were "racist" presidents. In another area, Reagan criticized the Carter administration, saying it has been inconsistent in its human rights policies. He said the administration refused to buy chrome from Rhodesia, but was willing to relax trade restrictions with Cuba. Team recovers four bodies from Wyoming plane crash Reagan Andrew DENVER (UPI) - Former California Gov. Ronald Reagan Tuesday criticized U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young for recent remarks, including his accusations that the United Slates' last four presidents were racist. "It's almost as though he (Young) is an ambassador to the U.S. from another country." said Reagan, who was in Colorado to speak to the Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Denver. Reagan noted that President Carter recalled Maj. Gen. John Singlaub from South Korea after he criticized plans to withdraw American troops from that country. MARMADUKE^' by Brad Anderson Navajos seek advice from OPEC on minerals WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. (AP) -- Navajo Tribal Chairman Peter MacDonald says officials of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) have agreed to schedule a meeting between Indian leaders and mineral experts this summer. MacDonald, who also is chairman of the Council on Energy Resources Trades, said OPEC was asked to help the nation's Indians tribes learn expertise in developing rich min- erals in the land they own. The council was organized last year by 22 Indian tribes to develop the best uses of their mineral resources. "Surveys indicate that 55 per cent of the nation's uranium and 30 per cent of its low-sulfur coal is located beneath reservation land," said MacDonald. The White House has said Carter has made a meeting with councU officials a priority item and that a meeting will be scheduled as soon as possible. CRITICAL COMMENTS -- Former California Governor Ronald Reagan discusses UN Ambassador Andrew Young and President Carters' human rights policies at a press conference in Denver Tuesday night. Shortly before speaking to a local home builders association Reagan criticized Carter as being inconsistent in his human rights policies and was critical of outspoken UN Ambassador young's comments on former Presidents Gerald Ford and Richard Nixon. "It's almost as though he's an ambassador to the U.S. from another country," he said. (AP Wirephoto) LANDER, Wyo. (AP) - A search party returned Tuesday evening with the four bodies from a single engine plane that crashed in the 13,000 foot Wind River Mountains May 4. Fremont County Sheriff C.A. McDougall said the Beechcraft 35 piloted by Paul Corn, 33, Sephulveda, Calif., was apparently forced down in rocky terrain above the timberline, .at 11,900 feet in elevation. McDougall said the wreckage was relatively intact and all four bodies were still strapped to their seats. He said there was no fire. Investigators from the Federal Aviation Administration, the National Transportation Safety "It's a call for you, Phil ... from our local tennis club." Businessman, wife found shot to death -year-old waits to become licensed detective in state DENVER (UPI) - One of the "private eyes" plying his trade in Colorado may be a 14- year-old boy unless state lawmakers -- who have finished the bulk of their work for the year -- enact a new detective licensing .bill, Senate Minority Leader Ray Kogovsek, D-Pueblo, said Tuesday. Lawmakers recessed last Saturday after completing most of their work, but will return June 21 to consider vetoes by the governor and several additional matters needing action. Kogovsek said he wants the House to reintroduce a bill which would require private detectives to be screened and licensed by the state. He introduced the bill after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that a state law requiring private detectives to be licensed was unconstitutional because it failed to' define, "a detective business." "If I can convince the House leadership how serious this-is, maybe we can get it reintroduced," said Kogovsek. "We've heard horror stories about how bad it could he. I heard there's a 14-year-old boy waiting to become a private eye.". The bill was shelved in the House Rules Committee last week at the request of Secretary of State Mary Estill Buchanan. She explained her office did not have sufficient funding to handle the licensing duties and did not want the job unless she had enough money to do it properly. '"It was basically a fiscal issue," Mrs. Buchanan said. "The bill satisfied all parties in its final form, but it hadn't said who should administer it 01 iwho should pay for it:" · · · James Visser of Denver, one of 214 private detectives in Colorado, also has urged legislators to adopt a new law. "There'll be no accountability in the profession," Visser said. "It'll be that much harder for the public to know who they can count on. "Anyone can just be a detective with no training or screening, even though the state still licenses real estate people, insurance agents, collection agencies and the like.' Environmentalist believes Denver wester board uses 'political ploy' DENVER (UPI) - An environmentalist accused the Denver Water Board of using necessary water restrictions as a "political ploy" to gain support for construction of the unnecessary Foothills water treatment project. "The water restrictions are necessary and we support them," Robert Weaver, executive director of Colorado Trout Unlimited, said Tuesday. But he said Denver Water Department manager James Ogilvie's statement last week that restrictions would be necessary for "four or five years" until Foothills is completed was "ridiculous." "They (Ogilvie and the board) are using the restrictions as a political ploy to help them get Foothills," he said. "Foothills makes no sense from an environmental point of view or from a consumer point of view." The Foothills project eventually would boost Denver's capacity of treated water by about 500 million gallons daily. It originally was scheduled for completion this year but a complex environmental impact statement has delayed that until 1981. Numerous environmental groups oppose the dam, claim ing it would be a forerunner for the Two Forks Dam and Reservoir which would divert more water from the Western Slope and could add to unchecked growth along the Front Range. Herschler may name investigator e of attorney general CHEYENNE (UPI) -- Gov. Ed Herschler today was quoted as saying he is considering the possibility of naming a special investigator to look into recent allegations of wrongdoing by the attorney general's office. "I've been mulling it over in my mind," Herschler said in an interview Tuesday with the Casper Star Tribune. Drown victim's body sought PALISADE, Colo. (AP) Authorities are searching an irrigation canel east of here for the body of a 14-year-old Palisade youth who apparently drowned while swimming with friends. Tim Walson dove into the ca- nel near the Cameo p° wer plant on Sunday and did not surface, the Mesa County Sheriff's Department said. Herschler emphasized he had made not reached a final decision on the issue. Former chief special investigator Neil Compton last month charged his investigations into operations of certain state institutions had been blocked by Attorney General Frank Mendicino. Mendicino denied the allegations. Herschler subsuquently fired Compton. The governor said he was reluctant to call a grand jury. Herschler, a former county attorney for Lincoln County, said he there was a potential for abuse in the use of a grand jury to investigate certain allegations. Commenting on the possibility of naming a special investigator, the governor was quoted as saying: "I hope by tomorrow (Wednesday) or the next day, I will have something put together about how it can be accomplished." The governor said said he felt it was "going to be the guy who has to make the first move. "First of all, I think the public has a right to known and secondly, I think I'd be derelict if I didn't," Herschler said. A spokesman for the governor said Herschler was not in the office today and declined to comment further on the possibility of a special investigator. Herschler said he believes Mendicino in his denial of Compton's allegations. "He's been candid and forthright with me since he's been on this job," IK said. Backpacking Rentals Alpine Haus 356-2450 Board and a field representative from the Beech Aircraft Corp. combed the wreckage for clues to the crash. McDougall said the cause of the crash was not determined Tuesday. McDougall said the plane was burned when the search party left. The bodies were brought out on pack horses, he said. An autopsy is scheduled on the Corn, McDougall said. Passengers in the aircraft were identifed as Corn's wife, Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Hale, of Soda Springs, Idaho. The wreckage was sighted Monday by a private pilot flying over the area. LARKSPUR, Colo. (UPI) A 45-year-old businessman and his wif were found shot to death at their $100,000 Perry Pines subdivision home Tuesday by an employe who wondered why his boss failed to appear at work, authorities said today. Investigators identified the victims as Roy L. Bowden and his wife, Patricia, 41. Bowden was employed at a janitorial service and swimming pool supply firm. Authorities said an employe went to the home, nine miles south of Castle Rock, when Bowden failed to appear at work Monday or Tuesday. When he looked through a front window, he spotted Mrs. Bowden's body. Investigators said Mrs. Bowden, dressed in an evening gown, was found on the floor in the living room near the top of a stairs. Bowden, dressed in a bathrobe, was found at the foot of the stairs. Authorities said they found no weapon at the scene and could detect no sign of burglary. People feel intensely about food. 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