Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on January 24, 1979 · Page 20
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REPUBUC MAM B-4 Wed. TiitTt, 19 The Arizona Republic ?" ;r ' - . t ,. 1 "sasyM RtpubHc ph0T0 Ahoyl Workers, with the help of a crane, move a vessel into line for the Arizona National Boat Show, which opens today at the Fhoenix Civic Plaza. Some of the craft in the show cost as much as $70,000. FBI seizes Jersey murder suspect A New Jersey schoolteacher, charged with the ice pick slaying of his girlfriend, also a teacher, was arrested by FBI agents Monday night at a stable in Phoenix. Otto Krupp, 35, a teacher at the Cherry Hill East High School, Cherry Hill, N.J., had been working at the All Western Stables, 10220 S. Central, for about two months, using the name James Leonard Hughes, agents said. Krupp's girlfriend, Kathleen A. Murr, 30, a teacher at Stirling High School in Somerdale, N.J., was killed in her apartment at Pine Hill, N.J. Officers there said neighbors heard her screaming and called police. When officers arrived Krupp, his clothing bloodstained, answered the door. Miss Murr's body bore 41 puncture wounds, police said. Krupp, charged with murder, was held on $1 million bond, but that was later reduced to $65,000 and he was released after posting that amount. When Krupp failed to appear for a scheduled psychiatric examination Nov. 27, a warrant was issued charging him with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. An FBI agent in Phoenix learned that a man known as James Leon- More about Continued from Page B-l County's 1980 budget used in the private sector to motivate employees toward better money management. Supervisor Tom Freestone also has said that the budget will not exceed $220 million. The budget-guidance committee was formed on the basis of budget-theory advice given to supervisors and county fiscal officers by Lt. Gen. Frank Sackton, who served two terms as controller for the U.S. Army. Sackton, who also served as an aide to former Gov. Jack Williams, now is a member of the Center for Public Affairs at Arizona State University. ard Hughes had deposited a large amount of money in small bills in a Phoenix bank. The agent investigated, checking the possibility th?t the rr.tnfv might be loot from a tank robbery. No such evidence was uncovered but something about Hughes "didn't ring right" to the agent who entered Hughes' name in the National Crime Information Center computer and learned that that name had been used earlier by Krupp. A fingerprint check was made and the man, now identified as Krupp, was arrested. : Westward Ho Continued from Page B-l He said two cashier's checks from Rudin and Caprino totaling more than $62,000 were sent to Holland the day the suit was filed to cover outstanding mortgage payments. Holland returned the checks, saying foreclosure had begun and partial payment of the $2.3 million debt was not acceptable. Warnicke delivered the checks again this week to Holland, who again refused to accept them. Rudin and Caprino have been ordered to appear before Superior Court Judge David Grounds at 10 a.m. Tuesday to show why Republic National should not be given immediate control of the landmark hotel at Fillmore and Central. For several months, the two men have been negotiating with a group of Minneapolis investors, Westward Ho Associates, who hope to buy the hotel and convert it into federally subsidized housing for the elderly. The housing proposal has been tentatively endorsed by the Phoenix City Council, pending further study of its financial feasibility. However, the deal may have been jeopardized by the financial difficulties with Republic National and the Seidels. Jack Bowersox, a principal partner in Westward Ho Associates, said his group's purchase option stipulates that Rudin and Caprino must keep the property clear of financial obligations. Bowersox said his group could take legal action if that stipulation is violated. More about Continued from Page B-l because the committee members were minority employees, according to the suit. He said he appealed the case to the Civil Service Commission in August 1978, but no hearing date has been scheduled. A U.S. District Court official in Tucson said the government has not filed a response to the complaint. He said the deadline for filing the response is March 13. Job suit filed Trivia By Donald Saltz 1. In 1847 U.S. postage stamps first gi-t gijo. Which two tamr.s? 2. What pro basketball star first scored a record of 28 assists in one game? 3. Who is credited with inventing the detective story? 4. About how many earthquakes happen each year? 5. What pop star born this date (Jan. 24) composed and recorded the hit "Holly Holy"? Answers puoureja IPN Q OOO'Ofi T ood m?iv JBifpa 6S6I hi (nojsog) Xsnoo qog z dot nojSurqsE.w pus as uruiuj UTiuEfudfl i CROSSWORD PUZZLE UNITED Feature Syndicate Tuesday's Puzzle Solved. swum Painters union offers seminar A free health and safety seminar for members of the painting trades will be offered at 9 a.m. Saturday at the International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades Local 86 hall, 1841 N. 24th St. Health and safety hazards, tips on seeking professional medical help, and explanations of workers' rights will be covered. A 272-page training manual and reference guide will be given free to each participant. Unions to meet with Kennecott on drug dispute HAYDEN - Union leaders and officials from Kennecott Copper Corp's Ray Mines Division at Hayden and Ray will meet Thursday at the General Kearny Inn in Kearny to discuss a dispute over medical benefits. Steelworker Local 8093 secretary Roman Acevedo said the unions will discuss with Kennecott officials the issue of payment for over-the-counter drugs. Several Steelworker locals and other craft unions are involved in the dispute. X UIU you Lint lindy's or Junior's Cheesecake in New York? Try our's, YOU'RE IN FOR A TREAT MANHATTAN BAKERY in lake) Country Village in Tempo. sponsors M Red carpet; Sales Person's Licensing Course Evening program starts Mar. 5fh. Cost $75 (includes textbook and materials) Oass limited to 35, Contact Red Carpet Council Office, 1777 W. Camelback Rd., Suite N-108, Phx. 248-9196 for enrollment. Instruction & Material provided by Real Estate Education Company Each OHtce b Independently Owned and Operated NEED EXTRA SLEEPING SPACE? 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