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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - July 11, 1977, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Tribune vol. 59, no. 17 Albuquerque new Mexico monday july 11, 1977 48 pages in four Section ant crime program pays in rewards by John Parker Tribune staff Wrim crime stoppers today announced the payment of s1.5so in rewards for in formation that led recently to the arrest of a felony fugitive the indictment of a Man in connection with a Kidnap rape Case and the solution of 79 commercial burglaries. The police sponsored Reward pro Gram also today announced its crime of the week a series of armed robberies. The program is offering for information supplied this week which leads to arrest and indictment of a suspect in the crime of the this week s featured armed robberies Are believed by police to have been committed by the same two men Macaleese said and he provided the following accounts. The first robbery was june 6 at the Circle k store at 225 Yale be where two men walked in about . And one of them pulled a pistol on the clerk and demanded Money. When the clerk on duty was a Little slow in opening the Cash Register one of the men ran around the counter and began hitting him. The robbers fled in a White 1974 or 1975 Dodge or Plymouth. On june 9 two men entered Arby s roast a chef at 3400 Central be about . And fled with Money after forcing the employees there to lie on the floor and the manager to open the Safe. One of the men fired a shot into a Wall while waiting for the Money. About . June 17 the Arby s franchise at 5800 Menaul be was robbed in similar fashion by two men. One of them armed with a pistol and the other with a knife. The robbers May have fied there in a Blue 1967 Chevrolet Impala. On june 26 two men robbed the a do store at 2605 Graceland be at knife Point and about . July 3 fat Humphrey s Sandwich shop at 3624 Central be was robbed by two men one with a gun and the other with a knife. Macaleese said detectives be Lieve these robberies All were pulled by two men who Are heroin addicts with Large habits and the same two May have been responsible for still other recent armed Home stocks 15 cents meal phone 342-8000 in Ortiz Davis prosecution Anaya warns of meddling by Jack Mcelroy Tribune staff writer atty. Gen. Toney Anaya warned today that he will not tolerate interference from anyone in his prosecution of criminal charges against Rudy Ortiz and Charles Davis. And Anaya made it Clear he Consi Ders that the use by the legislative finance committee Lac of a deposition taken by the Ortiz Davis defense came close to such interference. The deposition was taken on behalf of David Norvell by Billy Wil Liam Marchiondo in California in connection with the civil lawsuit and had nothing to do with the criminal Anaya said. They were trying to find out about aspects of our Crimi Nal prosecution with the deposition and or. Segal refused to give them that information and rightfully Anaya was referring to a deposition taken from Bernard Segal a California attorney and Law professor who con ducted a Survey for the attorney Gen eral s office on the attitude of the pub Lic toward prosecution of government corruption cases. Gov. Jerry Apodaca has said he considers the poll questionable and that he is not sure Segal should be paid the he charged for the Survey. He and Anaya clashed last week Over he Survey after Segal said he Consi dered Apodaca an errand boy for Ortiz and Davis. Apodaca later called Anaya a Flat copies of the deposition were made available to members of the Lac Dur ing a closed meeting of the panel some members of the committee said today. Anaya said state sen. . Trujillo a Taos Mora san Miguel Lac chair Man used the deposition to try to involve the Lac in extracting secret in formation from the attorney general s office. Anaya said that at the june 23 Lac meeting Trujillo distributed cop ies of the deposition and attempted to persuade other Lac members to demand information about the Survey. Sen. Trujillo brought the matter up before a closed session of the Lac and tried to get the Lac involved in trying to obtain that Anaya said. All of the information he was seek ing was in regards to this state rep. Samuel f. Vigil a san continued on Page a-6 citizens rate okayed business mail hiked Washington up1 the postal service Board of governors today agreed that the private mail rate should remain at 13 cents but approved a proposal to increase the first class business letter rate to 16 cents next year. The move must still be approved by the postal rate commission which will have 10 months toehold Public hearings and study the matter. The Board unanimously approved president Carter s proposal to create a citizen mail rate in order to separate such private correspondence from business mail and keep stamp costs Down for the average american. Citizen mail would remain at 13 cents for first class letters. The increase in business mail rates is aimed at saving Money for the financially troubled postal system. The nine member policy making Board held a Quick voice vote on the entire rate package after hearing firms should pay for repaying Cottrell three boys in a tub hot july temperatures have sent everyone scrambling for some Relief. John Griffen ii Bobby Scribner 12, and Lee Tri Etjen 11, found theirs in an unusual water Hole in Basque farms. Brolli Reedjr. Tribune stiff writer City councillor Marion Cottrell said today the City should make adjacent property owners pay for resurfacing the Menaul and Carlisle be intersection the Way the court has ordered it done. Dist. Court judge Harry Stowers or. Last week rejected City plans for re pairing the intersection. Stowers or dered the City to follow a schedule City officials say will take three times As Long and Cost at least twice As much. Stowers ruling was in response Toa suit filed byline area merchants who said the City plan would severely Hurt their businesses. It s not fair for the taxpayer to pay the increased Cottrell said. If the property owners insist on doing it Howard Bryan hijackers Issue threat Ramon Salazar of Espanola writes that those wild Burros in Bandelier National Monument Are not descendants of Burros owned by prospectors and miners in the Early Days As news reports keep saying. Salazar says they Are descended from some Forest service Burros turned Loose in Frijoles Canyon nearly 50 years ago. He ought to know for he helped turn them Loose. The Espanola Man who writes that he has been in St. Joseph Hospital Here off the beaten path getting some recalled that he was a member of a Forest service work Crew which travelled through the Northern part of the slate in 1928 and 1929 fixing trails and Telephone lines. Salazar said the Crew used Bur Ros and a jackass to move their gear Inta Clara Canyon from Camp to Camp. Starting out at Sai continued on Page a-6 Helsinki Finland a two hijackers who seized a soviet jetliner on a Domestic flight released More than half of their 79 hostages in Helsinki today and five More escaped authorities said. They said the hijackers threatened to blow up their plane unless it was refuelled but four deadlines passed without incident. In Sweden foreign ministry officials reported and then retracted the report that the hijackers had left Helsinki in a Light plane. They blamed the misunderstanding on communications problems with the finns. Finnish authorities said negotiations were continuing. They gave no indication of the hijackers motives or what kind of arms they had. Sweden the pair s original Destina Tion declared it would not admit the hijackers and negotiators said they then demanded to be flown to some other country. Finland has an agree ment with the soviet Union to automatically extra dict hijackers while Sweden has refused to extra dict a soviet Hijacker. An earlier Hijack drama in the Mideast ended sunday when six palestinians who commandeered a kuwaiti Airliner Friday surrendered at Damascus Syria and released the last of their hostages unharmed. The hijackers of the soviet plane released seven crewmen sunday and 42 women and children this morning. But they kept 30 hostages aboard while intensive negotiations continued a government spokesman said. The freed hostages were reported in Good health and officials said they would be flown Back to Russia As soon As possible. The pair described Only As Young commandeered the Aero flight jetliner with 79 persons aboard during a 175-mile flight from Petrozavodsk the capital of soviet Karelia to Leningrad sunday night. This Way the Way outlined by Stow we should come Back with a special assessment District and charge the property owners for City officials said the original plan to close the intersection completely would have required 90 Days. It would take 230 Days to do it the Way Stowers ordered they said. The judge ordered the City to keep at least one Lane in each direction open during construction. City officials said the original Cost of the project was but they Are not sure How much doing it Stow ers Way would Cost. But Cottrell a civil Engineer said the new figure would be exorbitant. I will object to proceeding with that plan and passing the increased costs on to the Cottrell said. We can just let the intersection sit there and Cottrell made his comments prior to a press conference on the intersection. At the press conference mayor Harry Kinney said the City will Proba Bly Appeal Stowers ruling. In the meantime the City will proceed with plans to repair the intersections at Broadway and Menaul be and san Mateo and Montgomery be. Those intersections and the Carlisle and Menaul intersection Are included in a general obligation Bond Issue. More than two hours of briefings by postal service specialists on methods used in calculating the proposed in creases on a Cost basis. Postmaster general Benjamin Bailar said after the meeting that he expects citizen mail to be workable although there never before have been two different rates for first class mail. I not Only expect it to work but i m going to accept the responsibility to make it Bailar said. Citizen mail must carry a special stamp have a regular size envelope include the proper zip code in both the address and the return address and have either the address or return address Handwritten. Asat present the 13-cent letter could weigh no More than one ounce. Each additional ounce would Cost an extra 11.cents. The proposed 16-cent Cost for a business letter would be boosted 13 cents for each additional ounce. Aps is sprucing up meeting room by Susie Gran Tribune Stolf writer like it or not Albuquerque Board of education members will have a new table to sit around new carpeting to walk on and a new sound system to argue Over in their meeting room. Board member Ted Martinez does t like it. It s a waste of he said to Day y Board member Laura Ali reel likes it. It s the living room of aps. 1 think it should look Good and it should improve our working she said. The estimated Cost of remodel ing the Board room is nearly including a sound system an table a carpet and to expand the room s capacity the s4.916 total includes the Cost of labor by the District s own maintenance and operations shop. The costs were estimated by Marvin Briggs construction superintendent said Phillip Gonzales who is acting schools superintendent while Frank Sanchez is on vacation. Gonzales said the Cost is not extravagant. Martinez disagrees. I Don t think the Board room needed it. Period. I asked what it would Cost before they started but did t have any idea it would be this much. I Don t see How it will improve anything. But maybe a new Public address system will Martinez said. Board president Maureen Luna who just returned to town from vacation said she was unaware new carpeting would be installed. What is it Long shag or she said questioning the expense. The carpet is the Short Loop Industrial style. I was willing to go along with the new table. There were problems with the other one. But we could have made do without it if we were on a tight budget. But the rest of this stuff it grew like she said. She was not aware a new sound Star. Wars part 9 Page a-8 Ster Pagea-4 weather slight Chance of Thunder showers late today. Highs in the Middle 90s, lows in mid dle 50s. Details Page c-17. Inside accent .a-8-14 Ann Bridge .c-17 comics .c-18 Horoscope .c-17 Marilyn Beck .a-14 markets .c-6-7 medical column .c-17 no Roundup .c-8 obituaries.a-18 a-4-5 sports cd a theaters.a-ll-12 town crier.c-7 to Page .a-17 weather data .c-17 world report .a-6 Attu Varv 10twe -tumn6u iov6.-.ami

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