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Naples Daily News (Newspaper) - February 9, 1977, Naples, Florida I Serving Naples Marco Immokalee Golden Gate Bonita Springs Yesterday's Daily News Paid Circulation Was Year No 171 Four Sections 52 Pages NAPLES FLA WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FEBRUARY 9 1977 AP UPI Wire Daily Week Delivered Stair by Moale son George leads ambulance crew into hospital Injured Man Gets Fast Aid Rescue Teams Mesh By TONY WEITZEL Staff Writer The Collier County sheriff's emergency network the American and Zippo ambulance systems and Naples police meshed in a fast rescue mission that brought an Im- carpenter from a remote Lake ford homesite to Naples Community Hospital in record time Tuesday afternoon Andres Delarosa 50 of 615 Clifton St Im- was working on a new home on the Lake road when his electric saw slipped and inflicted a terrible his left arm It was p.m when the Zippo Ambulance picked him up and rushed him to the Im- Clinic where aides examined his wound and ordered Delarosa taken to Naples Community Hospital A Naples police cruiser met the speeding ambulance as it reached the city limits and escorted it through heavy rush hour traffic Delarosa the father of 12 children under- went emergency surgery at lie Naples hospital and was reported in good condition Wednesday Back home in Immokalee young Benito Delarosa took care of the house and the younger children while his mother was at the hospital with his injured father Lucas Will Die For the Murder Of Bonita Girl By KAY SMITH AND JOE KOLLIN Staff Writers FORT MYERS Harold Eugene Lucas this morning was sentenced to die in the electric chair for what the judge described as the sadistic heinous and atrocious manner in which he shot and killed Anthia Jill Piper in Bonita Springs last year And Lucas 25 was handed two ad- sentences of 30 years each the maximums for the attempted murders of two of Miss Piper's friends CIRCUIT JUDGE Thomas W Shands said lie found only one piece of evidence weighing in favor when he considered whether to set sentence that he had no record of previous offenses Otherwise he said the murder was committed with a complete disregard for others and was committed in a sadistic heinous and atrocious manner A jury last month after finding him guilty of murder and two counts of attempted murder mended the death sentence Under state law however the judge isn't bound by the recommendation Shands postponed his decision until today Lucas showed no emotion as pronounced sentence Moments later however he shaken as bailiffs him in open court As the sentence was read a girl ran from the courtroom in tears She is known to be a friend of Lucas Lucas parents weren't in the courtroom at the time their son was sentenced but they were in the building As Lucas walked in cuffs from the Lee County Jail across the street to the courthouse for he spotted them standing underneath a tree He waved to them as best he could with his hands shackled PRIOR TO COURT convening Lucas was seen chatting smiling and joking with his attorney Assistant Public Defender Gene S Taylor He turned somber however when the judge arrived Taylor said the verdict and will he appealed Appeals are automatic in the case of death Shands ordered the three one of death and two of 30 years each to run consecutive to each other for a total sentence of death plus GO years UNDER STATE LAW if Lucas isn't executed he isn't eligible for parol for 25 years on the first degree murder conviction State Attorney Joseph P sandro who personally prosecuted Lucas and asked the jury to mend death couldn't he reached im- on Page HAROLD EUGENE LUCAS to row ivas with a complete disregard Bothers sadistic Forest Lakes Estates Sewage Hookup in Works By ALLEN BARTLETT Slaff Writer A renewed attempt lo con- sewage treatment ties in the Forest Lakes tates area lo tiie city's system appears to be in the works Nat Hooper Customer vice Supervisor for the city confirmed Tuesday that an application has been received his week from one of sub- developers wanting to tic into the city's system THREE OR FOUR developers own property in the Forest Lakes Estates area which includes Forest Lakes Estates and the Turtle Lake Golf Colony said that the 1781 Corporation an cast coast developer has applied this week to lie into the city system by deeding lines over lo Hie city However the city's tant engineer has previously recommended that all must agree to deed lines rather than just operate sewer service through lines in the Pine Ridge Road subdivision In late January a lift station pump near Tutie Lakes Golf Colony broke down allowing raw sewage to flow onto the main street there for 12 days FOREST LAKES Inc officials original developers oE the subdivision have denied ownership of the lift station facilities They have reasoned that the lines were dedicated and turned over lo lite city City officials have said the lines never were formally by the city council as necessary Richard Morgan an cement officer for he state Department of Regulation DER said today that the Fort Myers office is expecting to finish compiling a case report by this Friday That report along with a recommendation to file civil court action against the party will be sent to the state office he said The state DER office will decide whether to go to court on the matter AS IT NOW stands Morgan said the corporation known as Forest Lakes Estates Inc would named defendant in a suit Normally the state office goes with our Morgan A per day maximum tine could be against the responsible party if found to be at fault allowing the day raw sewage flow to have happened Cases normally take ho stale office four weeks to file but depends on their workload Morgan said He said he will recommend that this case bo Increase Eyed for Jobs Program WASHINGTON UPI Senate Budget Committee has agreed to increase the first year of President Carter's stimulus package by billion for jobs and training programs mainly for young people That was a little less than the billion the House Budget Committee recently proposed but the Senate panel hasn't quite finished and could have further recommendations Carter told his news he would veto the package if Congress major changes would hurt his plan If drastic changes are made in it thai would cause me to doubt its effectiveness I would veto he said 1 can accept congressional changes but I will reserve the right to veto legislation when necessary The proposals of the House and Senate committees were relatively small additions con- the size of Carter's billion economic proposal Actually neither committee has much power to cause specific spending increases Their function is to help Congress set an overall ceiling on government spending a floor under total revenues Beyond that committee views are mostly advisory Both committees accepted Carter's tax cut figures but left ii undecided whether they would be temporary rebates as lie proposed or permanent tax cuts as some members of Congress particularly licans want Carter's package includes billion in direct job programs the first year Senate panel proposed Inside Today Dear C Regional D Tides Solar Lunar the budget ceiling be high enough to accommodate billion including a billion youth employment and training program sponsored by licans The House job figure These are figures for actual spending ibis fiscal year Roth panels called tor condensing Carter's proposed billion authorization for public works jobs this year and billion into billion this year Only a small amount of the would be spent this year They also called for this year oE for public service jobs which Carter wants to authorize next year The speedup would not increase the number of such jobs congressional aides said but would put localities on notice earlier that the jobs are on the way Lely Trojans Stage Rally Nip Eagles Page ID COLD NOSE When you're a dog Wheeling W Va believes in finding and an Alaskan at that it out for himself Jason compares the Is generally assumed that your nose temperature of his nose with thai of is cold But Jason 2 of the family pet UPI British Aid In Massacre Probe Sought SALISBURY Rhodesia UPI Rhodesia today asked Britain to send a parliamentary delegation to investigate the slaying of seven white Roman Catholic missionaries by black guerrillas Rhodesian troops today combed the bush country or Salisbury for the in hopes of bringing them back alive lo disprove nationalist claims that the massacre was work of government com- mandos The Rhodesian government said the killers part of Robert Mugabe's militant Patriotic Front nationalist group A foreign ministry spokesman said since Britain has condemned the hut the killers it wanted an delegation sent to investigate Ihc slaying of the three priests and four nuns Sunday at St Paul's mission in the Tribal Trust area miles northeast of the capital The government of Rhodesia therefore formally rails the foreign secretary o appoint an delegation of members of Parliament to come to to interview the survivors and to investigate the testimony of witnesses to we believe by followers of Mr Robert Ihc foreign ministry spokesman said In Geneva the World Council of Churches today deplored the slayings but added it considers such violence to be the of the Salisbury government perpetrated by all sides -ire clearly tic result of regime's persistent refusal to negotiate a peaceful settlement the said Britain is the former colonial power in Rhodesia and convened the recent Geneva conference which has at- tempted to find a peaceful method for replacement of the while minority government by the black majority
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