Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on February 28, 1976 · Page 2
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2 GKEELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNK Sat., Feb. 28,11176 Accused killer flown to Denver without handcuffs DENVER (UPI) - Accused killer Robert B. Davis, a New York City detective charged in the gangland-style slaying if businessman Hal Lcvine, spent most of his four-hour extradition flight to Colorado without handcuffs, authorities revealed Friday. There were 11G passengers and a crew of 12 aboard the flight from New York to Denver last Monday. Federal B!V CORPORATION B» r OF AMERICA Very Convenient! We a )r otfk · Reasonable lee;. you'll be happy! · If you're audited .. we'll help. . We do any slale. · Local service available all year. We handle complex ta* problems TCA'S FEE IS REASONABLE!! Save Time, Call OS, 3J1.4JJ) Robert Robinett regulations call for restraining devices for dangerous prisoners in transit, but they were removed from Davis shortly after he boarded the plane. A spokesman for United Airlines said company rules and federal regulations require "an adequate restraining device" on each prisoner in transit. He said airline personnel must rely on the judgment of law enforcement escorts as to whether the prisoner is consid- KIC'E EXI'OHTS I3UCARAMANGA, Colombia (DPI) -- Colombia is exporting 155,000 tons of rice a month to 54 countries in the world and plans to expand its rice acreage in the Eastern Plains to meet ever greater demand, Joaquin Gonzalez, assistant manager of the National Federation of Rice Growers, said at a seminar here. ered dangerous. Davis is under indictment on charges of first degree murder and assault in the murder of Levine and the wounding of Levine's wife and their southeast Denver townhouse last October. Authorities said business associates of Levine were upset with his gambling debts. The Colorado Organized Crime Strike Force said underworld money from the East Coast was being used to finance Levine's operations. Davis, accused of being one of two hit-men in the slaying, was escorted on the flight to Denver by Asst. Ally. Gen. Richard Nathan, Sgt. Robert Cantwell and Detective s Joel Humphrey, all with the strike force. . United Airlines said after the aircraft was airborne, one of the officers asked the steward- ess if Davis could have his handcuffs removed in order to eat. Davis also asked for a cocktail. A supervisor aboard the flight said the prisoner could not be served liquor, but he told them the policy of unlocking handcuffs was at the discretion of the escorts. The handcuffs then were removed and not placed on again until the plane began its descent into Denver. One of the escorts, asked if he considered Davis a dangerous prisoner., answered: "Where's he going to go at 35,000 feet?" District Judge Robert Fullerton Thursday issued a month- long gag order prohibiting prosecutors, police and defense attorneys from making public statements about the case. In addition to Davis, others charged include Michael Borrelli, former New York police officer and operator of a Denver^ restaurant, and Annunzio Saccone, a New York gambler. A fourth man, Terry D'Prero of Winter Park, Colo., was indicted for the murder, but was not charged after agreeing to serve as a slate witness. AUTTLE IEARY SOME ARE CKOOKEP TRYIN'TO AVOltMT Weld County Centennial-Bicentennial f Calendar SINK REPLACEMENT For New Or Modernizing By KOHLER · Needs no metal frame--self-rimming design for neater appearance. · Extra large scrubbing compartment will handle even the largest pots and pans. · For modernizing, the shallow compartment allows for easy installation of disposal unit without changing drain pipe. Greeley Plumbing Heating, Inc. 7:30.5:00 Won.-Fri. 100? !th St. 8:00-12:00 Sal. 353-1965 Feb. 29 7 p.m., Butler- Hancock Hail, Centennial- Bicentennial religious heritage program wilh Paul Harvey. March 2 -- 10 a.m. to noon and 1 lo ' 2:45 p.m., UNC Library, autograph party, Gary Morgan, author of "Sugar Tramp: Colorado's Great Western Railway." In Colorado Territory . . . 100 years ngo A new business has been started in Greeley. W. C. Dickerson, of Appleton, Wis., and formerly of (Jloversville, N.Y., is occupying a portion of A. G. McMastcr's premises on Main street, and is making gloves and mittens. At present buffalo calf skins are used for the coarser kinds but be ways there is abundant material in this country to furnish some of the finer kinds of leather, when prupcrly perpared. Mr. Diekcrson expects an assistant here soon. -- Tribune, Oct. 25, 187ti. The Greeley String Band, organized several months since, has made excellent progress under the leadership of G. W. l-'isk-, and we think it may safely be said, the music they furnish is nol surpassed by (hat of any similar band in Colorado. We give below the names of the members: G. W. Flsk, 1st violin; E. H. Abbott, 2d violin; J. Max Clark, piccolo; H. B. Jackson, cornet; E. L. Dunham; violinccllo; Eph. Hcaton, trombine; J. F. Fczcr, prompter. -- Tribune, Oct. 25, 1876. March 2 - 3 p.m., UNC Library, Edward Kearns, program. "The Humanities, History and Meaning of the Bicentennial." March G 7 p.m., I-a Salic Middle School, auction of donated items from townspeople, proceeds to centenneil- bicentennial projects. March 9 - 3 p.m., UNC Library, Kay McElroy, program and exhibit, "Fossils of Weld County." March 13 -- 7:30 p.m., Briggsdale school auditorium, adult talent show, "Hats Off to America." March 22 -- Eaton School auditorium, awards ceremony for design of town flag. STARR SPECIALS Prices Good Saturday Sunday Luncheon Special Saturday Only FRIED CHICKEN Texas Calculator T1250 with memory 15" Ellis Chili and or Spaghetti Meat Balls 15 01. loo Ayds Reducing Candy i'/2 Ib. box $249 Revlon Eterna 27 1 oz. specials $225 Bring your next prescription to Starr's. 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