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Troy Record (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Troy, New YorkThe Troy record weather fut avd 81 any today and a a Dat. Nigh both Date in wac log tonight near h. Published daily except sunday serie 1970-no. 225 e�?��?o7d�?ontt ��?outat.? Troy n.y., 12181, saturday september 19, 1970 28 pages Price ten cent Burgh Bank scene of Holdup police recover $40,000 haul held 2 bandits still at Large by Bob Brier within minutes after a pair of armed masked men held up the Lansingburgh Branch of the Marine Midland National Bank Friday afternoon and made off with $39,937, two women allegedly accomplices were arrested in Watervliet by two Troy detectives returning from Albany on a routine assignment. The two Holdup men Are still at Large and Are Tho object of a 13-state search covering the Eastern Seaboard. Most of the Money has been recovered., according to a Bank audit. An unaccounted $24 is missing and is attributed to Money which May have dropped from the bag As the bandits left the Bank. The Branch is located at second Avenue and 116th Street. Charged with robbery first degree at a special arraignment last night were two new Jersey women Edna Navratil 37, and Tracey , 29, both of Newark. According to an arrest report. Clayton is also known As Tracey. They appeared before Troy police court Justice Koran p. Molloy jr., who advised them of their constitutional and Legal rights before the forma arraignment. Following a few moments delay in the courtroom Public defender Thomas j. Of Connor represented the women. On orders from judge Molloy the two defendants were remanded to Rensselaer county jail without bail. The two women will appear in police court again monday at 9 30 . For a hearing. At the arraignment the people were represented by Rensselaer county dist. Atty. Con g. Cholakis., the charge is a class a a a felony. Actual apprehension of the women was brought about by a vivid and accurate description of some unusual incidents that occurred at the Macdonald. Continued on Page 6 Lansing b u1g h Central station alleged accomplices in Bank Holdup the two alleged accomplices of a duo of Bank robbers who held up the Lansingburgh Branch of the Marine Midland National Bank leave Troy police court after arraignment. On the right is detective William Murray one of the police officers who arrested Edna. Navratil front and Tracey Cay Tan in rear. Both Are charged with robbery first degree. In the photo on the right asst. Dist. Atty. Richard p. Wallace leaves police Headquarters with $39,937 recovered in car occupied by the two women. Henry t. Smith assistant Bank manager follows the county prosecutor with the Box containing the recovered Money. Photos by Jack Short intervention options kept open u. S. Increases forces in Mideast Washington Cap a the were dispatched to the med iter-1 at the White House press Sec United states disclosed Friday Ranegan to augment the 6th Fleet rotary Ronald l. Ziegler said. Embattled paratroops relieved phenom penh up a elite cambodian paratroops b r o k e through Friday and relieved a 4,000-Man government task Force trapped by the common i its for five Days 50 Miles North of phenom penh. The breakthrough set the stage for what could be one of the biggest Battles of the cambodian War. In Saigon . Military spokesman said communist ground fire shot Down three More Jug Jet that. peace talks j difficulties in the Way of get Quot Here on. A one Day visit that t s. Sea and air already there Pentagon aides there Are no decisions one close to strife torn Jordan Are. ,. To being expanded s additional air Force a Way or the other about . M while denying any plans for transport planes Craft capable military intervention officials j of launching paratrooper forays were keeping All options open. A were positioned on the fringes units of the Atlantic Fleet of the troubled Middle East. Evolvement in the at the same time he asserted that a a we would be remiss if top policymakers and their advisers did not draft contingency plans for any possible eventuality. A we View it As a. Serious situation a said president Nixon a official spokesman referring to battling Between the jordanian army and palestinian guerrillas jordanian crisis stalls peace talks Washington apr the this time because of the crisis Ini also underscored by israeli and Secretary of state William state department said Friday Jordan prime minister Golda Meir . Helicopters thursday and Are not expected to resume at i Ting the stalled talks going were Friday bringing to at least 25 the number of . Aircraft destroyed in the past week. Bomb near fire base to the North american War after seeing president Nixon p. Rogers . Meir said Israel would not end her Boycott of the .-proposed Arab israe and the continued detention by the guerrillas of More than 50 hijacked airline hostages. Ziegler said Nixon s main concern is for the safety of americans including those among the hostages who Are held in Jordan at a location which he buzzes with action by John Swantek Friday was anything but a a routine at Troy Central police station. The usual disbanding of front porch disagreements and car Accident investigations were overshadowed. Two women were being questioned in connection with a $4b,. 000 Bank robbery earlier in the Day. Two men who reportedly had taken the Money at gunpoint from the Lansingburgh Brandt of Marine Midland Bank were a still at Large. De Peoples Branch of the Manu by 6 p.m., tap coated at Factor Era a National Bank of Barneys casual confident Fri Lansingburgh when a Lone ban agents chiefs detectives a. Tolmen newsmen and other official types jammed the Dit made off with $2.660. A few minutes later newsmen were allowed Back inside. A lobby of the building at state Trolman h. J. Flavin who was Street and sixth Avenue. For More than two there was a steady Stream from lobby to the judges Chambers where the questioning took reported is not known to the p Ace continued on Page 6 Central american government the press Secretary said Nixon is a very conscious of the responsibility which he feels he must exercise to protect american citizens around the Globe. At the Pentagon spokesman Jerry w. Friedheim announced that a certain precautionary Steps involving aircraft and a i 1 d1 i / a i f Jordan s army crushes guerrillas Beirut Lebanon apr Field marshal Habis maj Ali the among 54 persons held As Host planes hammered away at the Royal army of King Hussein military governor ordered Roy Ages by marxist guerrillas since _#1 it i a Bien Milf i 1 a a ill peace discussions until Egypt j elements of the 6th. And Atlantic and Russia Roll Back missiles in fleets were being taken should a stalled in violation of the mid decision be made to evacuate apparently gained the upper hand against Arab guerrillas in Jordan on Friday and reports reaching Beirut said casualties area around fire base of Reilly which has been under heavy communist pressure for More than two months. Although the communists appeared to be. Gradually disengaging from a into the thousands Battle near the laotian Frontier several useable skirmishes were j Stree s Wjt it of med. Reported in the surrounding 4i a do a a a a list troops to cease fire to permit surrenders. At the same time Royal army last weeks hijackings. In two Days of fighting mounted tanks were reported pounding guerrilla strongholds in North i countless civilians were dying Jern Jordan. With the jordanian conflict in paper says Hussein considers abdicating Region. Two Waves of b52 bombers flew Over the base Early saturday dropping at least 180 tons of explosives within 4.5 Miles of its defensive perimeter. In addition . Army helicopter gun ships equipped with spotlights encountered a group of communist troops about 16 Miles Southwest of the base before Dawn saturday and killed 1.8 of them military spokesmen said. Cambodian sweep in Cambodia three battalions of paratroops swept up High 6 from the Village of Skourn 35 Miles North of phenom penh to relieve eight stalled cambodian infantry battalions in an unusually Swift and Well executed operation. The paratroopers were supported by combat engineers who managed to repair in a single Day four Bridges that had been blown up by communist troops trapping the task Force along. Cal Aid these reports said. Presumably they were caught in crossfire. Diplomatic reports described Amman the capital As being effectively under the control of the army although there still was fighting and smoke billowed Over the City. The jordanian government radio said 214 guerrillas gave up Amman during the day�?80 of them during a period in which its second Day the Pentagon in Washington announced it had ordered More planes and ships j into the Mediterranean to beef up . Forces standing by for possible evacuation of americans. Units of the 6th Fleet have been in the Eastern Mediterranean apparently cruising off Lebanon and Syria for the past week. About 400 americans Are in Jordan. Thirty eight of them Are Cairo apr the authoritative newspaper Al a ran said saturday Jordan a King Hussein had considered abdicating to avoid escalation of the crisis wracking his country but changed his mind. The King explained his viewpoint on the jordanian crisis to egyptian chief of staff Gen. Mohamed Sadak during a three hour meeting Friday in Amman the paper said. East truce. Rogers a feels the door to the talk is still open and we Are continuing every Effort to keep that door open and having the parties go through it a state department press officer Robert j. Mccloskey said after the Daylong conferences. However a was a practical matter it would be difficult to expect these talks to resume in the Light of the present situation in Jordan a the spokesman said. Jordan along with Egypt and Israel is a party to the talks under . Auspices which Are supposed to be part of the . Mideast ceasefire plan which began August 8. But the jordanian government is embroiled now in fighting with palestinian guerrillas who hold hijacked hostages. Americans from. Jordan there Are some 400 americans in Jordan including 38 of the airline hostages. Earlier the Chicago Sun times had asserted the United states might be prepared to take an Active military role in the jordanian civil War should Syria and Iraq commit their j forces against the King Hussein regime and it appeared the Hussein government might fall. This account published a few hours after Nixon met in Chica strike blocked by Nixon Washington a president Nixon signed executive or turning from the Albany police Felt a a a threat crime lab. Were Well involved nejd Quot anon wide Rad no Rensselaer county dist atty. Con g. Cholakis and police court Justice Kyran f. Molloy or. Were a upstairs a As were asst. Dist. Atty. Richard p. Wallace asst. Police chief John j. Grimmick and acting asst chief John j. Givney. Detectives William m. Murray and Thomas j. Murphy who had made the arrest while re-1 were in. The questioning. 60 Days., Security was tight. Organiza., a a Aftina und Quot provisions of the Hon not sought. There were a Lav labor a no it a , it seemed when some of created five member fact the a official types did not know i and n to look into a a 1 dispute Between four unions and some 160 rail lines. A allowed upstairs who others were. At one Point All newsmen who had gathered in the lobby waiting for developments were told to leave the building completely. The reason was not Clear. With possibly two others on if settlements Are not arranged at the end of 60 Days the unions would be free to strike unless Congress should enact emergency legislation in the interim. W. J. Usery assistant Sec re go with top editors of the Sun-1 the it was understood a Quot Njau and. Other newspapers that certain information would. A ,. There was withdrawn after Aguot be Given. But some of the i had hoped to in Job Pearing in the first two editions it other newsmen waiting in the agreements a thou of Friday mornings Sun times. I rain remembered a a few years questioned about the account Ziegler said Nixon declined to discuss the accuracy of the report. And that it was a with great re a Luc Tancey that the labor de ago a when they a even talked to the prisoners ,., apartment recommended signing some remembered a Holdup at of Tho at it a a a a Sixta the same Bank in 1956, then Call dept. Conduct a pre sentence investigation. The court asked the youth if he realized that by pleading by Gerry Dolan the trial of George c. Malin Oski ended abruptly in Rensselaer county court Friday when the 18-year-old Schuylerville guilty to the a a murder charge he youth pleaded guilty to murder faced a minimum sentence of in the death of Clayton Cham up to 25 years and a maximum Poux last oct. 1. A sentence of life in prison Mal standing before the court a a Noski responded that he did. Maxinoski in a Clear loud voice a mistrial As to the second scheduled to begin for the second Garty directed that a 15-year-old Day.,. The jury was excused and a youth leave the courtroom. The a conference was held in the court had inquired if there were judges Chambers. The youths parents were present in the courtroom when the defendant entered his plea. The widow of the victim . Clara Delair was also present in. Court As were a number of prose the Road. 0nlv Usk face "�ve1 responded a yes 1 did when a count of the indictment which a ration witnesses who were sched u Tapeng Gnu did i asked by judge Timothy, felony murder was lied to testify. React the a 1 Garty if he effected the death of granted by judge Fogarty since i the defense apparently con on the Convoy with Champoux. The court then the youth entered the guilty plea Side red the plea late thursday a in in a a a i a a i in i a Ciri in am Iii a # a a a i afternoon after the testimony of Mohar rounds Quot but Quot c cambodian asked if he intended the death to the first count of the indict naut Man said the shells did and Maxinoski clearly respond ment before the jury spokesmen said the a a a asst. Public defender Thomas any persons present in the courtroom who were supposed to be in school. The youth was escorted from the courtroom by a truant officer. Maxinoski pleaded guilty to the fatal beating of Champoux 48. Who resided at 2144 5th ave. The prosecution contended that the victim was stomped to death and a witness thursday testified she saw a person jumping on a did it statement at Central police station. He has been held in Rensselaer county jail without bail since his arrest. Maxinoski 17, at the time of the murder was temporarily suspended from a Schuylerville school 10 Days before the incident for a violation of the school rules. Of the executive orders. The four unions involved represent about 400.000 rail employ yes about 70 per cent of All those employed by the Industry. A strike had been set for sept. 10 but the government won in i ion agreement to extend discus a Sions for five Days a move Fol while in the commission of a Lowed by a Federal court order felony n a me i a robbery. 1t w a s. Tue g a. Nose 1 dec to v e alleged that Maxinoski stole the strikes against some of the rail victims Wallet containing $28 seven witnesses were called thursday by District attorney con g. Cholakis including the widow of the victim. Mildred. Del air 16, of 21.37 5th ave. The last witness to testify Maxinoski along with another said that last oct. 1 she was lines involved. on inside pages youth from Troy had been charged with Petty larceny two Days before the murder in con staying at the residence of mr., and . James Thompson 2337 5th ave. She said she was Section with an alleged purse awakened and heard . No damage the cambodians next move was not known but officers said they expected the task Force to continue pushing toward the provincial capital of Kom Poog Thom 80 Miles North of phenom penh. If it did a. Major Battle could be in store. There was turmoil outside the courtroom after the plea was entered As several Young women screamed that the youth was not guilty asst j. Of Connor requested the withdrawal of the jury and the declaration of the mistrial. Dist. J rectory. A 16-year-old Troy girl placed body that was lying on the snatching in front of St Peters Thompson saying a what Are Maxinoski near the scene of the ground murder. In earlier testimony thursday the victims widow also identified the defendant As also suffered multiple bodily in both youths the Day before the Champoux died of a fractured the scene of the murder. The Larynx and a ruptured liver. He charge was dismissed against a Short distance from you doing to that Man a the teen Ager testified that she j and Sylvia Thompson went outside. The Delair girl said she j observed a Young Man who she identified As Maxinoski running up from the rear Yard. She said for oct 9 and directed that the a conference was requested. Moments before the plea was j Early morning hours following 1 the felony murder charge a she saw him put a Wallet in his Rensselaer county probation i by of Connor As testimony was 1 entered by Maxinoski judge of Tho incident and signed an m1 loused the defendant of murder pocket. I atty. Con g. Cholakis refused to the person she saw coming from juries including several Frac murder when the complainant in consent to the motion saying that the rear Yard of 2337 5th ave. Lured ribs and a fractured jaw. The Case withdrew her com judge Fogarty set sentencing he stood mute before the court where the body was found. Maxinoski was arrested in the plaint. Page Bridge lesson 14 Church directory 2 classified24,. 25, 26, 27 comics 18 crossword 9 editorials 12 markets 20, 21 obituary 22 social g sports 16, 17, 18 television b-5, 6, 7, 8,17,18, 19 Heaters 11 woman s Page b 22

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