New Mexico Senator
William H Payne

First posted
Saturday May 12, 2007 09:24
Updated
Wednsday October 31, 2012 15:01

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Admiral William H Payne gains prominence with peaceful settlement of these unfortunate messes. The Air Force failed miserably.

Telephone call outline to senator William H Payne.


This William H Payne gets lots of phone calls and mail for another William H Payne. We live in the same neighborhood.



We're at 13015 Calle de Sandias.



Former New Mexico attorney general Hal Stratton phoned once asked for senator Payne. Payne responded to Straton that he got lots of calls for senator Payne asking, "Did you get the check yet?" It took a few moments for Stratton to figure out that Payne was kidding, of course.

A native Albuquerquean, he graduated from Del Norte High School in 1969 and from the University of New Mexico in 1973 with a degree in geography.

So Payne stuck around UNM and got his master's degree in parks and recreation in 1974. He then entered a Ph.D. program in forestry-at Utah State, "but really I was just biding my time," he says.

With more time on his hands, Payne attended UNM law school and graduated in 1990.

Deborah Payne retired with the rank of commander in 1993. She is a manager at Sandia National Laboratories. 

Postal clerk asked, while Payne was mailing void judgment motion to Vázquez, if I was the senator Payne mentioned in the below article. Payne responded negatively and commented senator Payne is a lawyer. Yuk.

At one time there were 5 William H Paynes listed in the Albuquerque telephone book.








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legislative process. "Procedurally, you can get snookered a thousand different ways from Sunday," -he says.

Payne, who sits on the Conservation Committee, is passionate about issues involving the environment, renewable energy and utility efficiency. "I take an interest in encouraging strategies and developments that provide incentives for people to do them, rather than mandates or penalties for not doing them," he says.

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Payne's interest in the environment was stoked from an early age. A native Albuquerquean, he graduated from Del None High School in 1969 and from the University of New Mexico in 1973 with a degree in geography. "I was interested in earth sciences and thought about a career working on federal lands, but I also wanted to be a pilot in' the Navy - I'm not sure where that came from."

At the time he graduated, the Vietnam War was winding down and there was a surplus of pilots. So Payne stuck around UNM and got his master's degree in parks and recreation in 1974. He then entered a Ph.D. program in forestry-at Utah State, "but really I was just biding my time," he says. Having already taken and passed his flight physicals, Payne was awaiting word about a spot in Navy flight school. That came the following year, but the spot offered was as a flight officer.

"Those are the back-seat guys who drop the bombs and do the navigation. I wasn't interested in that, so I went to Officer Candidate School, got commissioned and volunteered for SEAL training."

His first assignment was at Enewetok Atoll in the Pacific Ocean, a former nuclear bomb test site where the Navy was doing reclamation work and building ramps. "Every time we set off explosives it would kill fish, which attracted sharks. So we had to develop methods to protect the divers."

Payne and other Navy SEALs used what were called "bang sticks," poles with a .38-caliber charge attached. If the sharks got too close to the divers, the lookouts would tap the sharks with the poles, setting off the charge. "It could kill them, but mostly it scared them away, he says.

In the early 1980s, Payne found himself in the cold Arctic waters off Alaska, testing extreme cold weather effects of Wet and dry suits weapons systems and human endurance.

In the years since, assignments have taken him to Eurasia, Europe, the Far East, Southeast Asia, the

Middle East and Africa. His work with the host countries mostly focused on security training and issues of "mutual interest," he says. Payne also served on the staff of the Joint Chiefs of Staff at the Pentagon in 1983-1984, and from 1990 through 1993, During his time in the nation's capital he attended Georgetown University and received a master's degree government, with a certificate in national -security.

Because of his rank and active reserve status, Payne is careful not to reveal too much about his job or offer opinions about American foreign policy. He does, however, predict Iraq and - Afghanistan will, "like Vietnam, eventually find a better path through more open markets, less, xenophobia and better education and utilization of their people."

Payne went from regular active duty status to reserve status in 1987. That same year, his wife, Deborah Payne, a naval officer he'd met in Washington in 1982, was assigned to the Defense Nuclear Agency at Kirtland -Air Force Base, where she was a computer systems specialist. With more time on his hands, Payne attended UNM law school and graduated in 1990. He and his wife have two children.

Deborah Payne retired with the rank of commander in 1993. She is a manager at Sandia National Laboratories.

"My world view is that we are much more integrated globally in terms of economy, information and transportation," Payne says. "The ease of travel and the Internet have shrunk the world and fostered better understanding. I've generally found that wherever you go in the world, people pretty much want the same things - to live productive lives, to raise loving and intelligent kids, and to live in a peaceful society. We're not all that different."

Albuquerque Journal Friday May 10, 2007

Thursday September 9, 2010 19:14

The Dr Richard Sauder incident at the Frontier restuarant in Albuquerque.

We will park this on the senator/admiral bill payne page for reason it dealS with the US Navy.

Binary Matrix Inversion coathor and bill talked mostly New Mexico legal system at lunch on Thursday September 9, 2010. But talked about minimizing inverse computations after lunch.

Coauthor built new home in Albuqerque.

Contractor did not pay subcontractors.

Subcontractors got leins against home.
SUPER IMPORTANT

Leins apparently have a lifetime.

If no action is taken, then lein apparently expires.

Coauthor may have had to pay to get some liens lifted.

Contractor did not pay his attorneys.

Criminal action against contractor now stopped.

Coauthor may not recover his money.

Coauthor and bill did not communicate for about a year.

Coauthor now understands what and why bill and morales are doing to try to recover our money. Viz.

So we are meeting again.
Proscecution apparently stopped because the legal industry was not making money.

3X punitive damages are designed to go to attorneys, not victim.

What's going to happen?


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