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Arizona Silver Belt (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Miami, ArizonaPage Two Arizona Silver Belt, Globe, Arizona Thursday. May 15.1986 Gila Pueblo to graduate 21. : ' k ^ r 1 m 'ill:' XHE GLOBE Public Library will benefit to the tune of $20,000 worth of books as the Woman's Club of Globe made its final payment of insur­ ance monies from the Old Dominion Library funds. Presenting the check to.Globe Mayor G. Elizabeth Ligon, Llona Parsons, and library board members Marian Bishop and Shirley Day. 3 flee county jail; 2 captured Three federal prisoners escaped Friday from the Gila County Jail and two were caught the same day while the third is still missing. THE THREE escapees are not considered dangerous. Sheriff Joe M. Rodriquez said. They were noticed missing nt mealtime (3:30 p.m.) Friday. Rodriquez said. “At 'this‘time all we can determine is that they went over the fence and they cut themselves going over th‘e barbed wire." Rodriquez said. “Our investigation is con­ tinuing as to the exact mode of escape. We just don’t know where the breakdown in security was at this time.” The fugitive. Salvardore R. Lizzaragga, is believed to have gone east, Rodriquez said. Search dogs brought in from Payson tracked the 30-year-old man to the junction of SR 70- . 77. Lizzaragga. five-feet tall, has a brown Mohawk haircut. Rodriquez said. He was being held for the U. S.'marshal for illegal entry. Another escapee, Manuel Andujo.KJO, was captured at a phone booth at Cobre Valle Plaza and arrested on the scene. He also was being held for illegal entiy. Gila Pueblo College will have its 11th commencement exercises 8 p.m. Monday in the Miami High School auditorium. THERE WILL be 21 graduates honored this year. Carol Bush and Linda Soderman are the top students and will be giving the class addresses. Activities on Monday begin 7 sentenced Seven persons have been sentenced in Gila County Superior Court. JUDGE EDWARD Dawson ordered Joseph L. Lucero to serve six months in jail and three years probation tfter being found guilty of driving while intoxicated. Lucero also will pay a $1,120 fine and $15 a month for probation. Scott Rogers was ordered to serve 120 days after a hearing on a petition ,to revoke his probation. Randy E. Beeman, pleading guilty to possession of marijuana, was ordered by Judge Alan Slaughter to pay a $342 fine. Darwin DP. Sandau Jr. pleaded guilty to theft. He was sentenced to two years probation and ordered to make $228 in restitution and to pay $15 a month for probation. iamin Birchett at 5:30 p.m. in the MHS cafeteria with the alumni buffet and honors ceremony. Ehiring this time, the new members of the Phi Theta Kappa Community College Honor Society will be installed and the colle^ alumni will be recognized. Guest speaker for the graduation ceremonies will be Charles T. Brown, • retired executive vice president of Pinto Valley Copper. Graduating this year will be Carol Bush, Patricia Perez, Martin Ramirez. Antonia Solaho, Jo Ann Steele and Riley Thielbar with AAS degrees in office services: Mark Escobedo. Penny Fults. Kathy Harvey, Debbie Joseph, Laurie Lingenfelter. - Bernardo Morales. Daniel Sanchez, Patricia Shute and Patricia Ulrickson with AA degrees in Uberal studies; Beverly PoweU and Linda So^rman with AAS -degrees in sqpretarial; Vicki DeAnda with an AA degree in business administration: Kevin Nolan with an AAS degree in’ general business: Euella Thompson with an AA in political science; and Pamela Toler with an AA degree in data processing. Linda Soderman 22-year-old entered a guilty plea to en- , allegedly dangerment an(’ ’ ’ $4,3P0 theft is probed for fighting The third man. David W- Smith, „ ^ stole a car in Central Heights and was stopped by gunfire about 15 miles east of Globe on SR 70. Rodriquez said Deputy Don Mauldin, not driving, shot a rear tire of the 1970 Ford Torino belonging to Mary Martinez to stop the.high­ speed chase. Smith nearly had two head-on collisions with west-bound cars so the tires were shot to avoid an accident. Rodriquez said. The search dogs traced Smith^to Midland City after he escap^ and then a deputy _ . - spotted the^len car which JWO arreSteCl just had been called in. Rodri d was ordered to serve 18 months probation. Sentence also included a $137 fine and $30 a month for probation services. Ricky Dean Slaughter, pleading guilty to possession of marijuana, was given a year’s probation, a $374 fine and ordered to pay $30 a month for probation. Richard Duane Tauber pleaded guilty to burglary and was ordered to serve a year of probation, pay a $100 fine,'$30 a month for probation and to make restitution as needed. SRP makes in-lieu payment to county Glo^B®---'^police are in­ vestigating the theft of $47306 in.--tash and checks from a Globe woman’s vehicle this weekend. / THE THEFT occurred after Rita Gutierrez left the receipts from Irene’s Restaurant in her van while she stopped at a local restaurant and bar. After- w^ds, she told police she went to By friend’s house and when she gbt home that night, she found the money box had been taken fronH^e van. Police sai^ a back door on the Sheriff's office needs reserves The Gila County Sheriff’s Office is in need of reserve volunteer officers, said Lt. Al Correra. APPLICANTS MUST be 18 years of age and pass a physical examination and security check. For more iri- formation contact Correra at the sheriff’s office Monday through Friday after 1 p.m. van apparently was not locked. They are continuing the in­ vestigation. Also under investigation is the theft of an automobile on Tuesday.- The car, a 1966 Buick, was recovered by police the same morning. It was found in the creek bed at North Broad and Blake streets after someone had tried to bum the vehicle by setting the front seat on fire. Norma Jean Clark said she was at a party at the Belle Aire Motel and when she woke up that morning, her vehicle had been taken. Police are still charged with escape and Smith with auto theft. Smith was being held for the* marshal’s office .pper Park another charge. A resident of Co] Country Mobile Home reported the theft of guns, knives and jewelry totalling $1452. Missing were three pistols, a .357-caliber Magnum, a .380- automatic and a .^5-automatic, two holsters, two hunting knives and jewelry. A resident of Central Heights .reported missing a $500 campershell off a pickup. The shell was not on the'LHick investigating. Clark reported at the time, Rodriquez said, that $60 had been taken from Two men were arrested for allegedly Hghting at a Miami bar early Monday morning by the Miami Police Department. POLICE ARRESTED Robert C. Pena. 32. of Claypool and 24-year-old Gerardo C. Garcia of Miami. According to police reports, Pena suffered a .bloody nose. Both men were booked and released on their own recogni­ zance to appear later. Miami police for the week May 6-12 made 10 arrests, responded to 19 citizen complaints and investigated four minor trafBc accidents with no injuries. Chief Abraham J. Castaneda said. Salt River Project has paid the second half of more' than $600,000 to Gila County this month Tor in-lieu of property tax payments for 1985. GILA COUNTY schools wUl receive the bulk of the pay­ ment, taking in some $328,324. SRP’s in-lieu of tax payments to the eight Arizona counties Wnere the project has faciUties /totaled $34,206,102. In effe^ this makes SRP the state’y’^third largest property >*^ayer. The payments are based on the value of SRP electric properties within the county. More about Historic.. (Continued from Page One) support the concept of an historic preservation district, they are hesitant to commit .^property owners to the system without further study. Bigando said this ordinance goes “hand in hand” with other programs for Globe. Establishment of an historic district would allow property owners to receive a 30 jwrcent tax break in renovation of property, he said. It is closely connected with the Main Street program which is designed to revitalize the downtown inty. transmission and distribution line facilities. Payments tq the county decreased from $277,843 for 1984 to $276,649 for 1985. - School arid other taxing authorities in Gila County and the amounts each will receive are: NJiami School District, $160,575; Young School District. $116,955: Hayden- Winkelman School District. $38,043: Globe School District; $11,152; town of Hayden. $10,350: town of Miami. $4,128; Tonto Basin School District. $1,599: and city of Globe. $46. program by offering low in­ terest loans to business owners for rehabilitation of property. If Globe decides to seek historic district designation for its downtown area, the ap­ plication will be reviewed June 20 by the State Historic Sites Review Committee during a meeting in Globe. The historic district designation is a different proposal than the historic preservation district which would establish the committee to review building changes. the car also. Barbara DeLaGarza told police a man stole her purse at 1:30 a.m. Saturday as she was walking home. She stopped to make a telephone call near Peg’s Kitchen when a man snatched her purse and ran, shq said. Value was put at $38. Rolando Saavedra reported that three tires on his vehicle were slashed this weekend. Value was put at $330 total. b:m Copper Futures _ ___ _ ”.-62.80 May 13.1985 - 64.10 Current low wan .54.15 on 6-18.82 Current hiKh waa 71.20on .T-.50.84 Water levels are announced .Storage of water at Roosevelt Lake is 1,303,440 acre feet, a decrease of 9,977 acre feet from last week’s reported storage of 1,313,417 acre feet. / THE RESERVOIR is at 98 percent of capacity and water is two feet from the top of the dam, officials said. Water is currently being released from the dam at a rate of 1,400 cfs, officials report Storage at the San Carlos Reservoir behind the Coolidge Dam is 868,400 acre feet, which is 9,900 less acre feet than the figure of 878.300 acre feet as reported last week. . San Carlos Irrigation Project officials report that water ^ cpnfen'Uy is,being released from the dam at a ratebf 675 cfs. ■ ^:f- iil ...J THE GLOBE PostOffice was one of four Arizona post offices on Monday holding ceremonies for being on the National Register of Historic Places, along with Yuma, Douglas and Prescott. The Post Office was built inT926 and received this pUque last week. At the ceremony in Glotie were (hr) Bob Bigando of the Gila County Development Office, Postmaster Ed Hesketh, Rayna Barela of the Gila County Historical Society and Mayor C. H. (Hank) Williams. '

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