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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - May 9, 1994, Roswell, New Mexico Cuban pilot asks lor asylum after locking out crew PI Good photos critical to wartime victory Page 3 Rockets upended by Suns in second round of playoffs Page 7 250 110 NEW MEXICO 88201 MAY 1994 14 PAGES Partly cloudy 50 Page 6 M T W T F Day NYSE SAP 500 AMEX NASDAQ 7y Commission accepts compromise policy AP The Otero County Commis sion voted unanimously to accept a compromise policy for distributing money from a fire The compromise approved Friday was work ed out by Commissioner Walt Boyle and Wayne Gild president of the county Firefighters Page 5 Lady Rockets set to defend state crown Goddards Lady Rockets defend their Class AAAA state golf title beginning today in Their motto has been Strive for u The Lady Rockets have won four straight state golf three of them in Class AAA and the AAAA title last Goddards boys and Ros well Highs boys and girls teams are also set to com pete In the state tourna Pago 7 6 P 4 p r 1 Clinton details policy on Haiti WASHINGTON AP ing a policy that has led to cri ticism that he is insensitive to the plight of Presi dent Clinton said Sunday the United States will begin offs hore screening of Haitian boat people seeking political I dont believe the policy we have now is sustainable given the level of political violence in Clinton said at a news conference in the White House Rose We have an obli gation to try to let the people who genuinely fear for their lives into this Clinton also named the head of the United Negro College Fund and a for mer congressman from Pen as adviser on Clinton said who for merly chaired the House Budget will act as special adviser to the president and the secretary of He called Gray a man of vision and of real strength and real Gray replaces Lawrence who was forced from office last month because of differences over the direction of the faltering Haiti Pezzullo alienated exiled Haitian President Jean Bertrand Aristide and some in the State Department by call ing for political reconciliation among the different factions In in a said Clintons plan for offshore processing was a step in the right direction but said it will not protect the millions of Hai tian citizens who continue to face increased violence in Clinton said the decision to process refugees at sea will not lead to a flood of boat and he urged Haitians not to take the move as an incentive to try to leave the country by There may be some more people who get because Monday profile Artie adds beauty to many lives Nancy Fleming Record Staff Writer If looking better means feeling then Artie lifted the spirits of hundreds of people her cos career in Artie passes know ledge and experience with students at the Roswell Beauty College so that they too will help make the world via its people a little more Bom in 1917 in El to the Ar ties father Jasper was a rancher her mother a seamstress and home maker who took care of Ar tie and her two brothers and The family relocated to Roswell in 1930 after Ar ties father as a brother lived She gra in 1934 from Ros well High School and quickly settled Into married If you want to make you is a motto that Artie tells her students to day and subscribed to her self in After ending an eight year she needed Artie while showing the man on which students discus ses the many kinds of curls cosmetologists Mike Petit photo are required to Artie Is the Instructor at the Roswell Beauty College and has been In the business 51 a means of support and signed up for a sixmonth course at Campbells Academy of Beauty I had a full curriculum of beauty culture and it en titled me to a license as a and Ive been licensed ever When I first I loved hair Artie adding that the way stylists cut hair was different in the We didnt cut we slithered every haircut for a graduated of hair styles were Everyone in those days wore the same This was 1943 and we hadnt gotten too I think the war changed a lot of Artie worked in a Roswell beauty shop for over a year until World War II broke Now courting a mili tary Artie followed him from Virginia to Cali fornia until he was shipped She then re turned to Roswell and took up a position at a beauty shop on Main When the war Ar tie met and married Leo nard Duffy who was then stationed at Walker Air When he was trans ferred to Ar tie became a licensed cos in that The couple returned to Roswell nine months later when Leonard was dis charged and Artie returned to where she worked for about three years before opening her own shop on Michigan The experience she gained at Leas went See Page 5 Former Communists in lead Hungary AP Former Communists swept from power In 1990 were back on top Monday after Hun garys second democratic elections in nearly 50 Voters were looking for a way out of economic and the results showed they were turning back to the former renamed who now profess demo cratic The Socialists had 32 with more than 97 percent of returns As the leading they will be asked to put together a coalition government and name a prime Second were the liberal Free Democrats with 19 Texas AP the wooden stick horse sent round the world by a 12yearold boy on a quest is on the road again after 27 years Reynolds travel with his celebrated flew unaccompanied to every continent in I the when a joy in Putnam at the came up with the idea of using stick horses to spread mes sages tpe faath In the excitement ses beside 2pf apd newspaper clippin fft newspaper clipping w Posz wants to apply judicial knowledge Nancy Fleming Record Staff Writer Former Magistrate Joe Posz laughs that he is a candidate for the position because I want my Job then being a judge that is where the rubber meets the It is the practical application of all that I Posz was magistrate from 1986 to He said the role of a judge Is simply to admi justice in accordance with the And If the Judge does not know the he can The rewarding aspect of being a Posz daytoday Job of being u doing what I think I considered myself profiles are the Daily Record each week Posz will face Eugene De Los Santos in the Republican primary June The winner will go up against incumbent and Democratic nominee Billy Carpenter in the general election fop the four ivy well be reviewing even more But it would be a great mistake for Haitians who want to come here for economic rea sons to Just take to the because we are not changing the standard by which we admit He said that while the of returning economic refugees will he did not want to risk forcing back to Haiti those refugees with bona fide claims to political Early riser gets reward of first ride Nelson Record Staff Writer Im happy to report that Sunday I had my Initiation at ballooning during this weekends seventh annual Oldtimers Balloon At I was a little cal as whether or not I really wanted to hang a thousand feet above ground in a tiny wicker This doubt crept into my mind when I woke up at for the pilots I glanced out side for a good reason not to take part in the Was there wind Was that a leaf I had just seen I stepped outside in my flan nel pajamas a very attrac tive believe me licked my finger and stuck it in the waiting to feel the harsh I could only register a soft breeze But was it strong enough for the event to be canceled I thought After balloon ists are very careful when deciding to go up and do so only if the wind is under 8 miles per This was sure ly a wind way above 8 miles ah I convinced myself there was not going to be any bal looning and went back to Once snuggled under my I just couldnt go back into la la My consci ence was playing tricks on What if indeed the wind was just right for the flight What If See Page 5 Joe Posz Magistrate candidate day according to position ort the r Posz said he thinks the weakest link in the criminal justice system is the judiciary branch because I theyre i The problem is that even fr 1 L1 See Page 5
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