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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - August 14, 1967, Alamogordo, New Mexico Southwest film . 1302 a a Tyndell Elpaso Texas 79902 fiddling pulls a crowd Weed which ordinarily boasts a population of a upwards of a 100, grew to at least 1,000, perhaps up to 1,200, sunday. It was fiddling time again As the Watermelon social sponsored by Rural relations com another picture Page $ Mittee of the Alamogordo chamber of Commerce got under Way. Clarence Stevens Pinon fiddled his Way to first place a $25 prize and a berth in the fiddle off that will take place at Cloudcroft aug. 24th, immediately after the Winner of that fiddling contest is chosen i Stevens played two a Butcher Browne and Sally second was Dee Don Bates Tularosa who played a ragtime Annie and a boil them cabbages he won $15. J. W. Bradford Artesla won third place and $10 for his rendition of a ragtime Annie and a a soldiers a Twenty one fiddlers showed up for the contest the largest number Ever to compete in one of the events said Clif Mcvon Aid chairman of the sponsoring committee. Stevens had put away his fiddle and was leaving when the judges announced that he had won. A i appreciate the fact they think in a the Best a he told the crowd a but i still done to think i Stevens joins Junior Daugherty of Las Cruces As one of the fiddle off competitors. Daugherty won the contest at Carri zozo last month and was not eligible to compete in the Weed contest because of that. Stevens will not be allowed to compete in the Cloudcroft Competition but he and Daugherty and the Winner of the Cloudcroft event will compete for the area championship and the grand Champion trophy. Estimates of the crowd ran from 1,000 to 1,200. The chamber fed More than 4,000 pounds of Watermelon to the crowd along with steaming hot Coffee brewed in a big pot Over an open fire. The next contest will follow an ice Cream social at Cloudcroft at 7 30 . Aug. 24. Clarence Stevens Pinon won the Weed fiddling contest. Carl Reed chamber president takes a break from serving Watermelon. Alan Gorin Balg Nous a i i a i a 107 10 pages�?1 of volume 73�?no. 192 Alamogordo new Mexico monday August 14, 196 7 bombers hit near China Fulbright denounces action More than 4,000 pounds of Watermelon were served to fiddling enthusiasts sunday at Weed. Wailing. La All wow Pujji laugh lines now they re talking about a skirt to come 10 inches below the knee. Its to be Call d the Meanie skirt. Fiddle time it monday morning for us and the usual Busy beginning of the week is facing us squarely. Over the weekend the Weed party of the Rural relations committee of the chamber of Commerce of be other roaring Success with townspeople taking Opportunity to visit with the Large crowd of Rural Folk who attended. Fiddling was the order of the Day and champs were chosen All of which now Means there la be a playoff of fiddlers at the Cloudcroft party a bit later. These events Are Well Worth All the huge Effort that goes into them. Besides that the sunday Early morning Rains give the City the look of a freshly washed child and the heavy Dew of monday morning is the kind of thing we like but we re not entirely accustomed to having in this part of the country. The week ahead is to be a Busy one with school starting right away and band and football participants getting into the swing of things already. There a certainly no problem to finding something to keep a fellow Busy. Local Cap unit alls off plane search search for a missing Piper Cherokee plane bound for Oklahoma City were called off sunday night by officials of the new Mexico civil air patrol. John Oliver of the Alamogordo Cap was among those searching for the plane along the states East Side. The plane left Marfa Tex., about 7 . Friday and was due to arrive in Oklahoma City around 11. The first scheduled Stopover was to be at Wichita Falls Tex. Pilot of the missing air plane was identified by the Federal aviation Agency As James Gasti Neau of Tulsa okla. De Gasti Neau. Brother of the Pilot was also aboard the plane. The Cap conducted the search throughout the Day sunday but suspended the search by Nightfall. A right now we have suspended search operations since we think the plane might be in either Texas or Oklahoma Oliver said. A if we get word that the plane is Down in new Mexico then we will resume search he Calls it stupid risky Washington iffy former president Dwight d. Eisenhower emerging from the Hospital after a 10-Day stay said today he approved of american bombings of Vietnam targets As close As 10 Miles to the red China Border. Heart or Alamogordo Searth Crew finds crash visitor pfc Wayne Hale recently completed a seven months course in radar maintenance at fort Sill okla., has spent a couple of weeks leave time Here in Alamogordo and now returned to the Southern Oklahoma base. From there he will be reassigned As an instructor in radar maintenance for the army. Or. And mrs. Gary Young now living in of on Hill md., writes us the kind of note we like to have. They inquire As to the subscription Price of the news because they re homesick for news of the Ole Home town. They formerly lived on Arapaho Trail. Well Supply them the infer motion a Story contest death claims mrs. Stinnett mrs. Beulah m. Stinnett 83, of 1711 Hawaii died sunday in Jerald Champion memorial Hospital. Services will be tuesday at 10 . At the Mullins Hamilton Chapel with or. Buren m. Stewart officiating. Burial will be in Portales cemetery in Portales. Mrs. Stinnett was a native of Temple Tex. She had lived in Alamogordo the past 18 years survivors include two Daugh ters. Mrs. George Janes Alamogordo and mrs. Clyde Sharer Bisbee am. Two grandchildren mrs. John Osborne Philippines and George s. Janes Hobbs a sister mrs. Myrtle fagg Snyder okla., a half sister mrs. Jake Martin Winsboro Tex., and a half brother j. T. Green Wichita Kan. Pallbearers will be William f plunk Charles Grover. C. N. Anderson r. R. Othick Dan wooden and Denver Cox. Friends May Call at the funeral Home from 2 to 5 p. M. And 7 to 9 . Today and from 8 a. M. Until services tuesday. Mrs. Dan jut new Friend of the Library president a announced that the fifth annual a Hort a tory contest sponsored by the . Is now open with the top Price being a $50 u. S. Savings Bond strikes Normal now Belgrade Yugoslavia labor strikes surprised this communist country at first but now they have become As a Normal Means for$50 u. Workers to try to improve their entries will be accepted until gluons the. Belgrade news Washington up it u. S. Bombing within 10 Miles of red China detonated Sharp new criticism of the Vietnam War by a persistent critic of administration War policy and appeared Likely to generate More debate on Capitol Hill. A i think its very dangerous and extremely stupid a said chairman j. W. Fulbright d-ark., of the foreign relations committee. But Senate preparedness subcommittee chairman John Stennis d-miss., said the broadened bombing of North Vietnam reflects a More pres sure philosophy which he supports. The new level of bombing came on the eve of Senate debate on president Johnson a foreign Aid program. Debate open no today already had been expected to bring fresh attacks on Johnson policies in Vietnam and elsewhere in the world. Whether one variety of recent congressional criticism affected Johnson a decision to add new targets could not be determined As the White House fended off questions on the shift in tactics. But it was Learned that Stennis subcommittee heard secret testimony last week from . Ulysses s. G. Sharp Pacific commander that Johnson had agreed to some Extension of warplanes options to strike what one subcommittee member called a lucrative targets. Strikes sunday against North vietnamese rail Yards 10 Miles from red China and Friday against Hanoi a Doumer Bridge came after Johnson lifted temporarily two major target restrictions. Pentagon sources say the administration will continue these restrictions except on certain key vital missions. The restricted areas Are a 30-mile diameter Circle around Hanoi penetrated two or three times previously and a 15-to-20-mile-wide Buffer zone along the North Vietnam red China Boundary. Fulbright said the bombing near red China a is directly contrary to what was the established policy of the government in 1964 and it will Lead the country directly into the most disastrous Fulbright a committee include members of the Alamogordo civil air patrol were among a group from the state Cap spotting the wreckage of a Mooney Mark 21 single engine plane which crashed about 25 Miles Southwest of the truth or consequences Airport saturday night killing three persons. Members of the Alamogordo group were maj. Laurenz Cor on the ladder ranch Southwest of the Airport. The Federal aviation Agency said Genge Nordbrock 35, Pilot of the plane his wife Betty 39, both of Tucson ariz., and a Cousin Ronnie Nordbrock of Minden neb., were killed in the crash which apparently occurred during a thunderstorm. It took officers seven hours to recover the bodies from the robbery is claimed after Coin tossing armed robbery charges were filed saturday against Pedro e. Garcia for allegedly collecting $10 won in a Coin toss by pulling a gun on Alfred Lee a Hilliard and threatening to a shoot his brains out if he did not pay up. Hilliard told police he and Garcia had flipped a Coin for $10 at the new York bar. Both claimed to have won the toss. According to police reports they a went outside to Settle the argument a and Garcia produced the gun. According to Hilliard a own Story when he still refused to turn Over the Money Garcia shot at him. Reports said Hilliard then handed Garcia a $20 Bill and Garcia gave him Back $9, noting that he still owed him $1. Hilliard filed a complaint for armed robbery before Justice of the peace Robert Bradley the next morning and a warrant for Saigon apr a. S. Warplanes struck for the second straight Garcia a arrest was issued. Day today at North vietnamese targets just 10 Miles from hid China a Border along the major Railroad from China to Hanoi the attacks sunday and today were closer to the chinese in a Der than any previous air raids in the Vietnam Navy a6 intruders and a4v�?~ heavy damage reported to important Railroad line a int flin Conneh ctr mph group were maj. Mud Nett Floyd Nichols Benne and a vast to the John Mcguire who first spot ted the wreckage. He saw it about noon sunday plane had last reported to the truth or consequences Airport at 4 56 . sky Hawks from the Carrier Constellation in the Tonkin Gull raked the Lang son Railroad bypass Bridge 63 Miles North of Haiphong. Pilots reported dropping the Southern Span of the 360-foot, four Span Structure. A . Military spokesman said the Bridge is halt a mile East of the Lang son Railroad ticket coaches to meet tuesday foil court docket has 24 cases news briefs Portales of a meeting was called in Portales today to seek further moral commitments from several Eastern new Mexico communities in a pro con u. A a a a Twenty four cases were on posed project to draw water and Highway Bridge which was read in District from t the Reservoir through a knocked out in raids near the court this morning for the fall pipeline system. He re it it a a Nhav court session. Jury trial settings chinese Border Stasiun. It Jurij my it a in a. The Navy said the Bridge was were made for Many of them one of two bypass Bridges being also completed was the drawing built by the North vietnamese 10f approximately 100 Prosper at Lang son to link with the a Jav a jurors names for the ses jurors Sion. Jury trials were scheduled for Constellation hammered a ran i following cases state is. Siding South of Lang son and i Oma q a i it j 11 ,.tia 4 it i a ii or 111 Jor rail lines. Other Navy pilots from the Constellation hammered a rail sizing sum i Dolma l. Thompkins Aggro pilots said they Cut the tracks in j a de Battery Bench warrant several places. Tunini Mcm a Rte a a coaches pushing season at the chamber p face at 7 ticket sales of Alamogordo High there will be eight teams football tickets will meet tues All each one designated As a Dan it at 7 m at the Cham member of distort 2-aa. Such countered Only Light a miicryan3i w of pm Mprice office As Alamogordo Carlsbad fire. Less checks Bench warrant the coaches will meet with Hobbs Etc. Each team will have no planes were reported lost x s Dae in ticket steering committee.1 an assistant coach cheer Lead m the latest raids hut inc l. Hilliard forgery sept several places. For Thompkins capture noted the pilots reported they in and sept 15 trial Date set Wil int pred Only Light Antai reran Milioni acc incr Worth the Ruck ring committee. An a Tant Coaell rate head teams will be organized by in ers and 11 team members. a that Quot it Ettta m issuing Worth ant out Ames Mieres Spain iffy eleven miners perished and one suffered critical injuries today in a fire Damp explosion in a Coal mine near Miere. Forty nine men escaped without in Ury. The explosion occurred just after the morning shift entered the pit at a depth of More than 300 feet. The injured Man and the bodies of the dead were brought out of the mine after hours of digging. stupid prank kills Driver Salem. . Iffy three water filled bags dropped from a Bridge Over interstate 93 shortly before Midnight sunday broke the Windshield of a passing car and the Driver was killed when broken Glass Cut his Throat. Dead is Paul Bujeaud 19, of Lincoln police said he managed to Stop the car before he died. Kathleen Johnson 20, daughter of state motor vehicles director Fred Johnson of Lincoln suffered neck cuts. Three other persons in the car were not Hurt. 8 . To Start the Ball rolling in a one Day full scale ticket sales. Projected tickets sales goal is $5,000. Wes Walker is general chairman of the ticket sales. R Nam sad a non mixed that in Erl Hilliard i artery sept. 2� Santa up it _ director stir Dave a 151 attacks on the Jimmy Baldonado and Man Kobert Garcy a of the state North an fun Thunder chief Ucol Apodac to he third Tudi and an rf4c reconnaissance Gether for larceny Over $100 plane were shot Down by ground oct. 5 Leroy 1 a try and Henr y fire All three crewmen were Alarcon attempted burglary a missing i sept. 14 Mary Garcia acres this brought to 641 the total of Sory to burglary. Aug 25 Lon announced . Warplane losses Moten j p. F div or 2vf t mirth Vietnam i it few t to today or aug is Denny of Hara coach of Las Evern closer Tom Jones Alfred Pettes and Cruces Mayfield already has Rhina in what an Glenn e Snowden armed Rob has team organized Betty Chase g of tag it f Bery of Uptown Gulf sept 14, is head cheerleader target restrictions by president Lynn Karl Shropshire Bur of the team r Johnson Sharp ground Gigli tiny 8lary. Sept 15 Roy Bryant. Is he Townsond Cue spere Lee Warren Hugh Rob a Quot a a brigade of Ray Baker James k Batie Alderts Tom Childress mrs. Char a 1�, Quot to airborne division Richard Johnson. Or larceny building. Lie Stephens Jim Pace Ben a a lion Benton ran Over $100, arraigned and trial us opt arted Woodruff and Bill Duncan. A withering Harrar a of set for oct a. Ter boy is Bill Arias. U arms automatic Wear final action was taken on Detroit a a in la bet any team Leader a mortar and artillery lire state is. Gary Carson who Steak dinner that my team will from Jyo to 150 communist pleaded guilty to unlawful at i out sell the remaining seven troops in a Battle that raged tempt to take Auto accessory in s teams of Hara stated. From sunday night until Neaily he admitted to taking a stereo anyone wishing to reclaim Dawn today. 1 in a or a a the paratroopers said they the Walker motor company lot. A 1 i in w a Nln re fat in Lut of economic Opportunity is in Washington a c., tor a conference of state Leo directors. Clovis a Pic an air fore f105 crashed near Roswell today but the Pilot identified by Cannon air Force base of trials As col. Chester l. Van Etc in ejected safely. Bord Macx iffy a earthquakes Roek a Southwest-11 n France and Northern Spain sunday devastating one French Village and telling scattered where. One death their Reserve season tickets from last year should Contact Joe Packnett at the High school by aug. 25. Season Reserve seats Are $10. Counted 35 enemy dead on the Battlefield Southwest of coastal Tam Tkv about 340 Miles North so column 2, pole lie was placed on probation for one year with sentence deferred provided he would make so column i log lightning May have caused it grizzlies kill two girls at Glacier Detroit iffy a 7? a a or old not pro was charged today with helping to trigger de troit s week Long riot last month which resulted in tha deaths of 43 persons in Ury to several Hundred and property damage estimated at More than $s00 million. The Man Michael Lewis was named in three warrants which accused him of urging a crowd to riot and joining in the riot on at least two occasions. Maximum penalty under the charge is five years in jail. Washington a apr former president Dwight i Eisenhower. 76, is scheduled to Check out oct. 15 at the Alamogordo 1 us Lic Library. The contest is open to All residents of Otero county and the Tularosa Basin. Manuscripts should be typewritten double spaced Ana from 3.500 to 5,000 words in in cat inn 4� a a a a conditions the Belgrade news paper Borba said sunday. It urged Trade unions and communists to improve wages social status and working conditions so a the very notion of the strike would be alien to .1 a ,. A Kun Linn pm a Niffa d at four other service biologist from yellow West Glacier Mont apr Park alarmed m Sig bags while the occur Stone National Park had been la. It army Hospital the superintendent of go Teiei a by Ftp gated Gri Al. P i Rozyn with fear thin summoned to try to Ligure out Lugt a f Lav j blowing a 10 Day National Park says lakh Tanir a l2jln0 cited 14 Forest attacked miss Koons Neil St i Why the bears attacked hospitalization for a Gastro intes May have goaded two grizzly lightning starts w lorem Aua Cleu r re armed with n. A. Bears into killing two fires m the Park saturday and saw. A combed the Granite Park. Sunday. More than 400 firfljpt-1 Nhi r tag Otealet area where mud ers tried to control them the / per on i 8l n uck and the Toul Park has had in rain. J three victims were Ein area 2h Miles West where a Quot there seems u. Be an As Weresz m a Quot a in a but we can t be sure. I Here is Lodge Mim Neil Giari Ltd a Kalispell to intal told rang no Scarcity of natural food and the s a Busboy ers that the Bear attacked i s the grizzly is an unusually Sty Lodge awl i us on a Helgeson first then pounced on animal its strange for them to Days off him a i. Sleeping bag nearby attack in a Tuin uru were the dirt he said he escaped and the Bear Neilson said he has had sever it two girl hears went Back to miss Hel Teson. Al reports of bears nudging Pelt opened m 1910,1 Ducat staggered bleeding and a when the although several have been in-1 Nock to a Norby comps to campers screamed j11. Tim Bear that killed mias 19-year-old girls Early sunday As they slept in sleeping bags in this rugged wilderness. Killed in the separate Inci muru it a dents 20 Miles at Art in the ing members already troubled mountainous Park on the Mon Over Vietnam Cut Johnson a Tana Canada Border were jul. $3 4 billion foreign Aid request Albert Lea Minn by $736 million. J and Michele Koons of sail die Senate democratic Leader go Calif Liny Ducat 18, of i or Mike Mansfield a foe of in Rosburg Ohio was a a Iod sly in creased bombing said he Hopes Jared by the Bear that killed to hold the line against further miss Helgeson. Cuts in the Bill but added a a ii Forest rangers pressed a pint n will be Tough going a i search for the killer animals. Etzold a newsman he expects i Ark supt. said a fall kinds of amendments to be his Only Thih try on a my offered. Iwas that ought eng strikes in the Kim i m j in a Gastrin to Teal ailment. Rog Wei l i apr j e. My Lolland president of the . 70-Inteistale Highway association saut Friday the department of defense and Bureau of la Dubhe rms have him Fiey will engr sex next ,1 Nuary to designate l s 70 As an Intel Tate Highway. Weather re Foht m link k i4i a a a tinier in 1 y a a Udy to Bra ugly and other campers helped him Day with scattered showers late Nilson said Glen Cole Park. To a chalet a Quarter mile away today. High 90, Low o4

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