Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 8, 1976 · Page 6
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 6

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Thursday, July 8, 1976
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A-4 July 8, 1976 O The Arizona Republic Court told More about of cadet Audit of Navajo Agency violations Associated Press NEWARK - Affidavits filed in federal Court Wednesday alleged that West Point cadets sold stolen military equipment, cheated on exams and impersonated government officials but were never punished for honor-code violations. The allegations, made by several of 148 cadets charged with violating the honor code, were submitted in a suit filed on behalf of one of them, Ken- 'neth Harms, 20, of Emerson, N.J. The affidavits originally were submitted by military lawyers for the 148 to the Judge Advocate General of the Army. Harms hopes they will help convince U.S. District Judge Vincent P. Biunno that the academy is illegally inconsistent in its application of the honor 'code. All names on the affidavits were deleted. One cadet alleged that a I'lassmate used his cadet card to impersonate a government official while on leave in June 1974 so he could cash personal checks. Another cadet bragged that he walked out of the academy's tailor shop with some clothing he hadn't paid for and that another found Army equipment on the back of a truck, stole it and sent it home. Another cadet took an ashtray from a bar and another sold Army parachutes to civilians, the affidavits said. In each case, more than one cadet was aware of the incident, according to the affidavits. Continued from Page A-l Valley National Bank account without proper authorization and without being recorded on ONEO's books. In August 1974, the $50,000 was transferred from the Valley National Bank account to ONEO's general account with the First National Bank of Albuquerque. He said these transactions should be investigated by tribal officials. According to Osman, the money may have been used to offset ONEO overex- penditures for that period, when it should have been used to improve services at the day care center. Osman recommended that a project be startedi immediately to update the organization's accounting records. Financial statements should be provided at least quarterly, he said. Republic photo Special cardboard signs were posted in the police stati on to direct newsmen and officials to the booking area. More about 56 are seized in drug sales; probe continuing Kepubllc photo Patrolman W. H. Hansen counts money confiscated from Manuel A. Perez. Continued from Page A-l such as robbery, burglary and auto theft, Some were out on bond for other offenses when they were picked up Wednesday, he added. The heroin involved originated in central Mexico, the officers said. But they said they don't really know yet how much heroin was confiscated. Procunier said some of the arrests involved cocaine and a few involved marijuana or dangerous drugs. The Phoenix Police Department released the names of 51 who were arrested, but the police list did not include the offenses with which they were charged. Named were: Helen Amaya, 129 N. 10th Ave; Robert Andrade, 493i W. Citrus Dr., Glendale; Johnny Armenia, C717 N. 58th Dr., Glendale; Roy Barrela, 727 S. Third St.; Phillip Beck, 1416 S. 19lh Dr.; Pearline Belcher, 607 N. 19th St., No. 90; Meragil- do Benavidez. 820 S. Ninth Ave; Gilbert Bojorguez, 5802Vz N. W. Market, Glen- daie; Antonio Castro, 5022 W. Maryland, Glendale; Richard Celaya, 1850 W. Grant, No. 8; Mary Coronado, 910 S. 28th Ave., No. 22; Dana Cousins, 502 E. Pierson, No. 4; Raymond Diaz, 1401 S. 13th Place. Also: Floyd Evitt, 8221 S. Ninth St.; Oscar Forteson, 2201 E. Broadway; Sara Garcia, 1637 E. Durango; Carlos Garza, 419 W. Hadley; Cleveland Hall; who refused to give his address; Theodore Hernandez, 2841 W. Madison; Nathan Hooks, 715 N. 14th St.; Louie Hurtado, 284 E. Mohave; Lonnie Johnson, 607 N. 19th St.; James LeChuga, 210 S. 13th St.; and Richard Mendez, 722 S. Third St. Also: Walter Miller, 926 S. Seventh Ave, No. 112; Joe Moreno Jr., 1301 E. Pima; Robert Ortega, 1016 E. Durango; Alberto Paez, 804 E. Hess; Willie Patterson, 1001 W. Tonto, No. 2SO; John Payton, 115 N. 17th St.; Manuel Perez, 3959 W. Palomino; Donald Perry, 5019 S. 19th PI.; Herbert Rodriguez, 1701 E. Lincoln; Lupe Rodriguez, 818 S. Ninth Way; Gilbert Sanchez, 517 N. Fifth St.; Johnny Sanchez, 1101 E. Pima; Lavonna Venable, 1101 W. Buckeye; Robin Washington, 1453 E. Madison; and Robert Jackson, 2544 E. Pueblo. Also: Ramon Cardenas, 6709 N. 58th Dr., Glendale; Jacob Galaviz, 3600 E. Washington, No. 6; Roberto Chavez, 2001 E. Hess; Jessie Enriquez, 737 S. Eighth St.; Jose Silva, 805 S. Ninth St.; LeRoy Pete, 1329 W. Tonto; David Benitez, 1430 S. 20th Ave., No. 155; Bruce Hamilton. 1702 E. Chipman; Leah Silas, 715 N. 14th St.; Carl Moore, 1943 W. Pima: Sylvia Jiminez, who refused to give her address; and Joaquin Santa Cruz, 509 W. Cocopah. 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S12 TO $20 $4976 $ $11 96 To $ 19 96 $Q96 $1496 SLACKS S 5 96 T» $ 15 96 DRESS KNITS, REG. $12 TO $20 BETTER g KNITS, REGM> $20 TO $35 12V24 96 • MASTER CHARGE • BANKAMERICARD • AMERICAN EXPRESS • K-G CHARGE CARD OPEN EVENINGS. SAT. 'TIL 6 P.M. SUN. 'TIL 5 P.M. MEN'S STORE LOS ARCOS • METROCENTER • VALLEY WEST PRE-WASHED JEANS BRANDS$T96 $1Q96 TO $26 I TO IV FAMOUS REG. $13 DRESS SHIRTS LONG SLEEVE REG. $9 TO $18 $796 JACKETS LIGHTWEIGHT $796 $O£96 REG. $11 TO $45 I TO UU DRESS & SPORT REG. $1.25TO$2. FASHION JEANS $14.50 TO $16.50$796 $1196 I TO II SHOES & SANDALS REG. $12 TO $45 $796^896 TIES REG. $5.50 TO $8.50.., $026 $g26 BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS REG $10 $£96 $11196 TO $16. BOYS' KNIT SHIRTS $O96 $796 L TO I REG. $4 TO $10.

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