Roswell Daily Record, June 16, 1987

Roswell Daily Record

June 16, 1987

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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - June 16, 1987, Roswell, New Mexico Boxing Spinks Cooriey with 5th round flurry Page 9 Ulttorii 25t 142 NEWMEXICO88201 JUNE 14 PAGES TODAY Forecast Page 7 Stocks Issues Consolidated Trading June 1987 Volume Shares Issues Traded Up 839 Unchanged 434 Down 693 Index Comp UP Dow Jones UP Page 6 Inside A Roswell man was ar raigned Monday in Magistrate Court on charges of abandonment or abuse of a Police received a complaint Wednesday that Brock of 414 19th had allegedly been abusing the 4yearold son of Debra his also of 414 19th according to court Page 2 England AP John McEnroe has withdrawn from the Wimbledon tennis champion it was announced Mon Word of the threetime champions decision came as organizers of the grass court Grand Slam event were an nouncing seedings for the which begins June Page 9 SANTA FE AP New Mexico general fund receipts for the first 10 months of 198687 were up percent over the same period of the previous fiscal said Willard secretary of the Department of Finance and Page 14 Index Comics 13 Crossword puzzle 13 7 Entertainment 13 Financial 6 Hintsfrom 7 3 2 Opinion 4 People in the 2 Public 2 9 7 5 7 Reagan must protect gulf WASHINGTON AP Presi dent trying to persuade a wary Congress that American warships must protect oil tankers in the Persian warned Monday night that if we dont do the the Soviets Our role in the gulf is It is to protect our interests and to help our friends in the region pro tect he said in a national ly broadcast address from the Oval Our immediate task in the gulf is clear and should not be Reagan also said allied support has cleared the way for a major armsreduction agreement with the Soviets on shortand mediumrange missiles in The next he could be a 50 percent cut in the superpowers strategic On the domestic the president also chastised Con gress for failing to come up with a deficitreduction plan and call ed anew for a constitutional amendment requiring a balanc ed budget and legislation permit ting him to veto specific items in comprehensive appropriations Reagan reported to the nation on last sevennation economic summit in a meeting that produced reaffir mations of economic agreements but no new Summit partners gave the president diplomatic support but no military muscle for his policy in the and complained about Americas huge budget Youve been hearing and reading reports that nothing was really accomplished at the sum mit and the United States in par ticular came home empty Reagan he the truth was that he achieved everything we had hoped to Members of in cluding some of the presidents fellow nave com plained that the administration is embarking on a risky course in agreeing to protect tankers own ed by me tiny gulf nation of Kuwait by placing them under American flags and captains and providing escorts by Navy Reagans critics think the ad ministration should have gotten a commitment from Americas allies in Western who de pend far more on gulf oil than the United to help protect the Paul said See Page 10 Heat still on across nation Jeff Bingaman center enjoys an earlymorning ride Monday on the Sycamore Bike Trail with Sally Toles and Susan Weems photo Fred French Spring River Trust Bingaman hears concerns By STEVE STEIN Record Staff Writer Jeff visited Roswell on Monday to discuss problems facing area residents and businesses and to meet with members of the Chaves Coun ty Democratic His day started with an earlymorning bike ride and a discussion 9f the Spring River Trust Corridor with about 50 people along the Sycamore Bike During a midmorning con ference at the Performing Arts Center of Eastern New Mexico Bingaman and a represen tative for the Immigration and Naturalization Service INS office in El met with more than 100 area INS investigator Anne Estrada showed a video ex plaining some of the guidelines of the govern ments alien amnesty pro She and who was a cosponsor of the then fielded ques tions from seminar par Julie one of Bingamans staff assistants at his congressional offices in said later the senator was concerned area employers were firing or not hiring area aliens without Aliens who can prove they have lived continuously in the United States since are eligible for the governments amnesty pro and can have their residency legalized by the Thompson Aliens do not necessarily have to become naturalized as which is about a sevenyear to remain in the country she Many employers at the INS briefing expressed concerns about the new Employer Eligibility Verification form 19 which must be filled out by all employees hired after The INS has extended from June 1 to July 1 the deadline for filling out the forms because of a nationwide shor tage of the Thompson Bingaman and Pete are work ing on a bill pushing the deadline still to she American citizen or can expect to fill out an 19 form if they begin a new Thompson She said that before the INS actually begins to fine officials will at tempt to educate them about the importance of filling out 19 forms and making sure all their workers are Employers who do not com ply with the new INS guidelines will face fines for each employee who has not filled out a 19 or is not established as legally eligible to be Thomp son Thompson said Bingaman hopes employers will realize that aliens who have the proper INS documents to participate in the amnesty and aliens who have been See Page 10 News briefs By ROGER PETTERSON Associated Press Writer Power companies schools closed early and soldiers fainted Monday as heat waves brought more temperatures in the high 90s to the Plains and East A cool front took the sting out of the searing air across the Up per Midwest and Great Lakes after a weekend of highs around but torrential rains and high winds flooded streets and toppled trees and power lines in nor theast hit 100 degrees by early afternoon while thermometers in the normally hot desert Southwest touched 106 and 107 at Tucson and was the hottest spot in the nation at Oklahoma was expected to get up to as high as 101 Its a little above but its nothing to get excited said Larry deputy meteorologist at the National Weather Service office in Nor Its sum mer Nothing really unusual as far as Oklahoma is concern Along the East Baltimore hit a record near Atlantic Ci hit a record high for the date of It was 94 in New York two degrees shy of the record for the Some people may have prefer red to have been in where near the Bering had a record low Monday of 27 Or maybe in the Sierra Nevada range near where 3 inches of snow fell Monday morning atop Mount the National Weather Ser vice The Midwest got a break when a weak ccld front slid southward during the night and stretched from northern Missouri across northern Indiana and northern Temperatures north of that line were expected to be only in the 80s with lower the National Weather Service In Lamoni had a record high of 96 Burlington See HE Page 10 Wingo executed in Louisiana AP Jimmy a former Boy Scout convicted of killing a married couple during a went to his death early Tuesday in Lousianas electric the fourth man executed by the state in nine A coroner pronounced Wingo dead at CDT A handful of capital punishment proponents were outside the state pentitentiary when was a 16 yearold who said his teenage sister was murdered in carried a sign reading Tell them about then put them in the The bright side AP John Kevin Hill needs three cushions to reach the but the 11yearold flying en thusiast is preparing for a crosscountry aerial The young pilot plans to take off in a Cessna 182 on June 25 from Los Angeles and arrive July 1 in Washington If who wants to be an could be the youngest pilot to make that kind of said his Patsy Because Hill cannot get his pilots license until hes his flight Mike will go along for the Fields is not planning to take the unless an emergency A reporter also will be on Hill began flying two years ago when his father decided to let him give it a So we scheduled another and I never the boy a Clinton native who moved at age 5 with his parents to says he is not overly excited about the but others His ambitious itinerary has brought plenty of media which he says he could do Its kind of Different people ask me the same questions over and over Hill License plates new reminder SANTA FE AP Beginning late this new motor vehicle license plates issued by the state will proclaim that New Mexico is part of the United States of a fact that has been difficult to put across to some Garrey Carruthers displayed a sample of the new license plate at a news con ference Monday and said the sug gestion that USA be added came from an Albuquerque The plates now issued have the wording New Mexico and Land of Enchantment under the letters and The new plates will amend the wording to fNew Mexico There will be no change in the color red let ters and numbers on a yellow Carruthers said he received a letter early this year from Evelyn Thompson of Albu querque who suggested that ad dition of USA to the licenses plates might help in educating people to the fact that New Mex ico is one of the nations 50 I inquired of the secretary of transportation Ronald Loyd what would be involved in mak ing a Carruthers ;