Roswell Daily Record, July 13, 1995

Roswell Daily Record

July 13, 1995

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Roswell Daily Record (Newspaper) - July 13, 1995, Roswell, New Mexico Inside today Clinton orders prayer guidelines Page 3 Pair charged in deaths following police chase Page 14 Steffi Graf suspected of tax evasion Page 11 350 Datlu lltcorti 104 Years 164 NEW MEXICO 88201 JULY 1995 20 PAGES TODAY Forecast Highi Stocks Market in brief July NYSE MidCap AMEX NASDAQ NYSE Diary Advances Declines Unchanged Total issues V New highs 694 New lows 8 Composite volume 1994 AP Page 9 Inside Serbs expel Muslims from captured camp Bosnia Herzegovina AP The triumphant Serb comman der strode among Srebreni cas captured population patting one boy on the as his rebels herded terrified Muslims aboard buses for Page 3 Texas Lottery AUSTIN AP The win ning Lotto Texas numbers drawn Wednesday by the Texas Lottery 121920214349 twen fortynine Estimated Lotto Texas jackpot million Index 19 Crossword 19 Dear 10 19 9 Hints from 10 13 Movies P20 5 7 4 People in the Pjjblic 7 11 14 19 20 10 County Commission OKs budget Kathy Metcalfe Record Staff Writer The Chaves County Com mission approved a mil lion budget at Its midmonth business meeting Wednesday with one dissenting Commissioner Eloy Ortega objected to the approval of the saying that because the Indigent healthcare fund was being used this fiscal year the county would have to raise taxes next year to compensate for the extra The budget also includes spending for the new detention fire departments and a great deal of the money toward The budget passed 31 with Ortega voting against Com missioners Joe William Anderson and Al Snipes voted for the In other Jackie Nason was appointed to the Chaves County Public Lands Advisory She will represent onethird of the recreational The com mittee has nine The new fiscal year required that a changing some positions in employ be The resolu tion added some new employ including a two detention officers and sheriff patrol and elimi nated a sheriffs a secretary and the deputy The resolution was passed Ortega again casting the dissenting Commissioner Ortega also cast the only dissenting vote on the choice of Correctional Medical Team of to provide 24hour med ical service to the inmates at the county detention The detention center currently only receives 12 hours of ser vice a which does not include xray or after hours emergency The bid of the new per is double the cost of current In other commls sioners unanimously approved The denial of six propos als for management alterna See Page 3 Heat wave across Plains claims 2 lives AP People sought airconditioned relief in the did their laundry at night and sweated through the fifth day of a heat wave Wed nesday that pushed tempera tures over 100 across the At least two heatrelated deaths were reported a roofer pouring tar in and a man in Omaha whose cancer death was hastened by heat Several states reported cases of heatInduced including 100 people who sought first aid during Tues days AllStar baseball game in More than cattle have died in the heat in The heat wave is expected to linger in the region until the when temperatures are expected to drop into the upper 80s or lower and then move into New York and southern New I aint looking forward to not when I got to work in said Junior White of Pitts who works on a delivery truck with no air Forecasters blamed the sweltering weather on an enormous highpressure sys tem over Kansas and Nebraska that shunted the Jetstream making a big chunk of the central United States feel Tim and Mike from cling to a highperformance Inner tube pulled by a motor boat on Boulder Reservoir AP photo As temperatures along the Front Range soared Into the 90s In recent Coloradans have taken to the water for like the desert Temperatures climbed past 100 at almost every weather reporting station in Kansas and Nebraska on with Hays and hitting 112 In Wednesdays high hit the highest temp erature recorded since July when It reached The record high for Omaha 114 degrees on July These last four days have been said Robert who sought relief In the 72degree comfort of the down town library before going to work at Omaha I fig ure the best way to beat the heat Is to get out of Librarian Lynn Sullivan said she did her laundry and her dishes at night so she would not have to use the dryer or the dishwasher during the sweltering The heat wave also is forcing more of the homeless into Weve been full almost every said Dan director of family ser vices at Open Door Were bunking them on the floor and on the Its hotter than said Victor an Omaha man who was in a downtown park because the shelter where he had been living was too The Omaha Housing Authority gave away more than 40 fans in the past two and the state Social Services Department helped the poor buy fans and air Nebraska utilities reported record electricity use and urged customers to conserve Stores reported a surge in sales of air fans and Anything youre noticing the sales on even the squirt said Bruce an assistant manager at a Kmart in Gil owner of a heating and air conditioning business In wel comed the brisk business but noted that customers were a little You sell them they want them Gubbels Theyre not yelling too but they want them as soon as Clinton reluctantly to OK list of military base closures WASHINGTON AP President Clinton has decided reluctantly to accept a military base closure list despite the heavy blow it would deal to politically Important officials said But the White House said Clinton was still pondering how to save jobs In that state and Texas and would make his decision Clinton spent the afternoon with aides in the Oval Office examining a plan to shift Jobs at two major Air Force bases in those states to the pri vate Both particularly are major prizes In next years presidential Josue Robles a member of the Defense Base Closure and Realignment Com said senior defense officials had informed the commission staff that Clinton would approve the recommended The basic thrust was he reluctantly will for ward the list to the Robles said in a telephone That although he didnt agree with all the as a as a he had no choice because of the impact on the Department of His account was confirmed by another defense official who declined to be But at the White spokesman Mike McCurry suggested Clinton wanted to look at the figures a little longer before announcing a Hes got to work through McCurry Well wrap it up Of concern was whether the military could convert some of the aircraft maintenance jobs at the California and Texas bases to the private in those The main issue Is McCurry Youve got to be able to prove He wants real employment Of Robles statement that Clinton would reluctantly accept the base closure McCurry said Reluctance Is an accurate char acterization if Clinton accepts the A decision to accept the base closure list and ship it to Congress could reverberate to Clin tons reelection which hinges on his fate in The commission estimates that California stands to lose military and civilian jobs as a result of the An additional indirect jobs would be lost those include the dry fast food restaurant workers and other service providers that depend on base Texas would lose civilian and mllitaryjobs as a result of closures and realign ments and indirect this fourth round of base clo sures would result in a net loss of mili tary and civilian jobs at bases and indi rect jobs for a total loss of The privatization plan is designed to soften the economic impact on home of McClellan Air Force and San home of Kelly Air Force These were the two Air Force maintenance cen ters recommended for closure by the commis sion Clinton had wanted to keep them McClellans future has become a hot political Issue because of the Impact of previous base closings on News in brief Bees kill horses PHOENIX AP Thousands of wild bees swarmed over an urban killing two horses with their stings and leaving a third seriously authorities said An exterminator called to help deal with the Brian estimated there were about swarming through the air when he arrived They Just he Mike Reay of the Phoenix Fire Department said about 200 empty bee hives were stored near the corral and that wild bees had taken over about five of Much of Arizona has been Infested by the socalled killer the Africanized bees that are more aggressive than the domestic but Klrkland was unable to say what kind of bees these All I know is weve got both kinds in Kirkland No human injury was Reay and Kirkland said they didnt know what stirred up the bees In the first They basically got stung everything in sight and took Kirkland the bright side AP Coach didnt get a ticket when he rearended another car maybe because he has some pull with a local police in belongs to Officer Charles Parsons left the black Labrador in his which was parked in the police department parking while he went in to get his Parsons turned the engine but with dogged determi Coach managed to knock the vehicle out of The Bronco rolled forward and hit a car owned by another police Coach wasnt ;