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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - August 20, 1967, Alamogordo, New Mexico 3dutbvest i ill co. 1302 a Yandell Elpaso Texa k a a a a f 0 m k ear-1 18�in. A i. A v. It a a a a a i of it a i volume 73 no 197 Alamogordo now Mexico sunday August �.0, 1967 18 pages�?1 Alianza session hears Tijerina denounce . Some Wise Guy soy he who would get Goat beware that his own Goat be not gotten taking shape beams of the new Quot gossip con ter Quot form a pattern of Light and Shade As varied As will be the conver sati it is taking place beneath the shelter they uphold of the new Structure rises at to 1 Otero county Fairgrounds the budding is bring erected by the members of the Alamogordo h me at Cloudcroft builders association As thir Cort Budon to the Comfort of those attending the fair this year sept 8 9 old timers of the area especially Are expected to be availing themselves of the shelter of the Structure where they May sit awhile to rest and pass the time of Day with friends. Tim a ailing. Kjall a or Kirin Mil laugh lines a Man who pulls his own weight Seldom has any led Over to throw around Good rain that wit it i Good ram last night a in fact it a till a continuing a we went to Porcu. The official measurer at Kaig reported .47 Inch at 10 is p. M. Which it a Good de it in of Moi Fure for Thi coun Fry. Hore in town the fall was mostly flow and soaked in although str a a a were Swath with the Runoff from other croat. There Wen no reports of r Nous damage from the water or the preceding dust storm and Gusty winds except fur the report that the Metal roof just applied to the Fairground grandstand had bean Deposit a in a nearby Field by the wind state police said there was water Over Highway 54 North of Tularosa but traffic was Only slowed not slapped a torrent of water and mud also was reported running across the Airport Road just North of the main built tag during the evening. Early Snow speaking of the rein reminds us we have a report too of the Lewin i first a now m the Sacramento. Goorge Bruce who a working on a painting i of at Sunspot called to May that on last thursday morn ing the morning after had fell at High roil and Moun Tain Park he noted soveral patches of a now which �111 had not melted away at he drove to work. We knew Sac Peak was pretty High but Snow in August make it pretty apparent that we re Apt to be in for an Early fall. Belt tests we be been advised that Tho pioneering work done by col. John Paul Stapp at Holloman several years ago on seat bolts and their relation to Auto safety has parked in created interest by the National Auto Tafoy program currently under Way and that it it expected the interest will Load to further expert Menifi a a column i a a a a t Ash trophies on line in Champion fiddling Competition a Rand Champion fiddler for Otero county will be chosen in a conic t thursday night following select Foa of the Cloudcroft contest Winner. The playoff will pit Clarence Stevenson Pinon Weed Prtt Mimy con c t Winner and Junior i Tough erty Las Cruces Airi Ozo prelim Winner against the Cloudcroft Champton in a fiddle off. One of the contestants Ltd Dlinn around in the Cloudcroft meet is expected to be Tom Mcbride last years grand Champion who will do lend his title against the two challengers in he wins the it Tou Croft preliminary according to cite milkmaid chairman of the Alamogordo chamber of Commerce Rural re Tatiom committee which sponsors the contents in conjunction with tie annual Nind of Community get to Gether a my no cd saturday Ftp so a a in won his title in Weed alter competing with 20 other fiddlers at least 15 Are expected to turn up at Cloudcroft ice a Ream cake Coffee and cokes will be available from Tho it St minute of the social at 7 p a at the Cloudcroft High school gym Mcdonald is seeking 20 men from the i Jam r As Volunteer serv ers. Anyone interested in helping out should Pontac t Nolan Connor at the chamber office county Totne Dian musician bed Brown will serve As my last year Sony a 2,000 a Wplf att Ndu �1 the social Tho Objet i of the a festivities is to help people from Nighbor communities met of and re dents from a Mogardo and surrounding towns Are urged to be c in the sights at Cloudcroft thursday night there should be some excitement i in fiddlers arc competing not Only for the Tun involved loud rust first second and third place winners will a Ceve trophies irom Dan Ley feed St a re Sacramento motor co and ids Barber shop respectively i hey also will win $25 $15 and $10 Cash awards from the chamber of Commerce the chamber will donate $15. $10 and $5 for the three in the grand Champion Runoff. Will l anly s feed store and Hammock s Hadia tur show top three trophies will come from Security Bank amp Trust Tidwell plumbing and Camille s House of Flowers in that order Thi Brand Champion accordingly will receive $45 and a trophy in addition to what he already has won in the preliminaries the audience will get into tin a winning Mon a with tick t drawing tor 12 door pries a a thus attending should remember to hold onto the ire cards handed out at the door if you be never attended a fiddlers contest you be missed something come on a it it thursday. Join the fun. And find out How tilings were in the Quot Gix id old Day tuesday Der tag for kids tuesday is registration Day for a a Mogardo school District children. Registration will he from 0 until at students respective schools. A aft is important that All students Rigi to a on tuesday us 22. In order to receive class schedules and room assignments to begin school on thursday aug 24, at 1 30 . A said or. Travis Stovall superintendent a As the instructional program begins the first Day of All students Are requested to pay student fees on registration Day the fees arc elementary it go Ide Thi $2, Ali a a includes consumable supplies weekly readers work boric Etc Junior High Hlf Ades 7 i $5. W Hilt h includes con Omba ble supplies current events locker Towel Etc. High school Grade 10-13 $12 50, which include school annual activity ticket town i 1 it a kor school news Ajmer Wick books con Lamable supplies Etc tilt student Bod it voted la i year by a 90 per a ent majority to Combine All i is into a me fee. This represents a savings of $5 parents Are asked i Assi t with payment at registration be column 1, Poi a everybody gets his Goat got ten at one time or another. And that s what happened to a Bunch of Kif iders Here last week. A Bunch of citizen band radio buffs set out to really get w ii Robertson s Goat Good they did but what happened to them should t happen to a dog or even a Goat. Here s the Way it came about w h. Robertson took a Goat in As partial payment on a car he traded off when his fellow members of the missile Valley citizens band radio club heard about it they decided with mrs. Robertson a collusion to get. Ins Goat. Planes Range coast to rip Supply lines by Robert d. Ohman Saigon f apr i s. Warplanes ranged along the Southern Eoa t of North Vietnam saturday striking blows at communist Supply lines pilots reported destroying or damaging More than 100 cargo barges and tearing up two truck convoys. Poor weather kept i s aircraft a was from the immediate Vicinity of Hanoi and Haiphong and raids were concentrated on the Southern Panhandle stretching South from Hanoi to the 17th Para Lel that divides North and South Vietnam. The 1 s command reported the ground War at a virtual standstill sunday. But gunners shot Down two l s helicopters Over South Vietnam saturday killing one american see Colum Page s they did they spirited it out of its pen at the Fairgrounds secreted it away on another member s ranch and let Robertson think his Goat had been stolen. Robertson s fellow club Mem Bers played it big. They set up a special Hunt for the Goat. Goat queries filled the citizens hand radio airwaves As the false Hunt went on meanwhile the club members planned a Goat barbeque they planned to Spring the barbeque on Robertson using two other goats but telling Robertson it was his they would return his after the feed they set up an outside Bat Beque in Bailey Canyon. Sunday morning they were waiting for Robertson who had been enticed to what was supposed to be a family picnic. He found 60 of his fellow club members and friends waiting. They told him they had got his Goat and now they were going to eat it. Robertson took it Well he cheerfully ate a big plateful of barbequed Goat. Then three members of the conspiracy Wen to the ranch to get Robertson a Goat and give it Hack to him. But the rancher Hod sad news for them. Some miscreant Hod gotten their Goat. Mrs. Frances Godney b Texas rites monday for mrs. Godly for 71 up trains made last runs Friday Washington api two Southern pal Chic a in Row a he is pm a a a trains mad a their last a hot two a in Tucumcari n Mand lot Angle Friday. The final departure came a few hours after the Inte Ottato Commerce commission approved discontinuance of the Tram no 39 westbound and no 40 eastbound the inc said it found the operation of the train a not required by Public convenience and necessity. The Southern Pacific said 1966 Loes from operating the trains a $376,800 and this year s lot had been estimated at More than $1 million. Private funeral services will be held monday in Snyder. Tex mrs Frances e god1� a longtime Otero c a Unity educator and former county superintendent of schools who a i it so ii away thursday night at hotel Dieu in Elpaso after a Long i Lnu is services will be conducted at 10 monday at the Bulger funeral Home Chapel and burial will be in the Tyrran cemetery at Hermleigh Tex members of the family have requested that no Floral Montri buttons be made but rather it memorial gifts be made the canc to research us piety or to the Frances f god Ley memorial scholarship fund gifts to the scholar hip fund May by sent in care of a Ltd Wood urn at the Alamogordo Public schools off Les or to it is Hill at the a Weed school born in Hoffman cd aunty Texon nov 2, 1895. Mrs. Go Riley had been a Jungt Irno resident of to to county and during to t that time had been associate a column up be i Shell Lake sask. If a Royal Canadian mounted police at Shell Lake announced saturday night they have arrested a Man in the to laying of nine member of the Jame Peterson family. Police said they Alto have seized a weapon identified by the crime detection Laboratory in Regina As the murder weapon. Inspector d. Sawyer said that the name of the arrested Man will be withheld until he can discuss the Case with Bis Superior. Waterflow a Alva m. Dick. 30, of Gallup died saturday in flames which engulfed his gasoline tru it k about 40 p m state police said Dick was pinned in the cab Oft cers it Aid they believed that k was Quot Trina to avoid hit d Ting something a or somebody tit to it of new Haven Conn. Of a Gas masked police armed Edh the guns and riot Sticks used tear was to disperse crowds in the Prodo mantly negro Hill neighbourhood saturday night efter fire hit an apartment mix and store s were looted. The the or on Skol fences apr it will remain truth or consequences at la ast for awhile. Voters decided 839-735 to retain the name despite efforts of some re dents to a hang the name of the town Back to its original hot Springs. Beirut Lebanon a a pan a a economic Confer enc in Baghdad debated drastic mra uses again to the United state and Britain saturday amid report it had agreed on gradual nationalization of u. S. And British owned Oil com Panie in the Arab world. Traitor charge heard Albuquerque apr High ranking Lead is of the now disbanded Federal Alliance of land Grants denounced the United states saturday in accusations led by Reies Lopez Tijerina that she is a prostitute an Albuquerque radio station reported. Chuck Dimond newsman for Keo. Said the charges came during a convention of Spanish american land Grant members in Albuquerque. Jerry Noll told the group that new Mexico actually is a kingdom of the West indies. Noll said that if it is necessary to conspire with foreign Powers to get Aid to oust the United states from the state the move should be made. Dimond reported. An unidentified Man in the audience jumped up and shouted a we Are not traitors we Are not traitors we Are not traitors to the United states Dimond said Tijerina then told the group that he could not go along with i s. Policies. 1 go along with the United states when it goes along with George Washington Quot Tijerina yeah d. He said that in connection v Ith his Alliance with the Span ish amen cans the l United states was not going along with the first president 1 will not disown her. But i cannot support. A prostitute Quot Tijerina flouted at that Point the unidentified Man who jumped up earlier left Dimond it Aid Tijerina did not elaborate Dimond said. The group decided to officially Call itself the Quot Federal Alliance of free City state. Tijerina also reported that he had received a letter from attorney Melvin Belli who 1 Jer Ina said expressed an interest set column 4, pro s Armijo to head Legal services Federal funds seen must Armijo appointed c chairman of the Legal services h a Ani of the local Community action association in a routine meeting late last week. He is representative for the full Ca Board a in the Legal committee Otho i re of a is of the Board which Chablis fun a guidelines for Caa m Lui. With office of economic Opportunity jul cites and arranges Legal Aid for families Vohu h it i not afford it Are attorn is Bill 1�?Tiyne. John Lawless ind j t Whorton. And re a High by Rhood association rear sent Ativo a mrs. Dora Vaughn. Dorothty Boone and Margaret Gomez. The committee discussed Appio ants for a lawyer to repro int pour families in the Legal services program hut reached Raj con Elusis in noting that there id City has Corban planning go ahead but no funds it been if Mann about the next to not it attorney �1 meeting for i Oriyomi neg at Southside 1 it new d Gordo has been Auto proceed with Plau cities Fui its m acre a get no rank a Borho id Are a but it still Rio est have ans Money Richard r Garner chairman of a1 0�?Tiogordo s 1 i a new Al Agen Ltd kaid Ait r being no t tied of the authorization Friday Quot at the pro it a it time the qty Doe not have any funds not a in u study. We still Are pursuing the pos Sibih t est to getting Federal fund tor the a in rotary re a by it c we aver of v i s department Ltd he a us Raj Urban de a a lop no it of i Diori tit Alamogordo to �.�1 with planning Metivi Lle said that in an a i omit ii a a Ojo Urban n Newal a to Vizir May have to he carried in tages to let a initiated in a period of not More than a aught years. The general Neighb Rhood re Newal plan covers most of the Southwest quadrant a if the City the Central business District. The my a j. I v pro ties out will the area. Part dominantly Noi residential. Contains 1 119 Bui mrs of which we Bave a in a k i a ies such As overcrowding a on i a n Doh sole building excessive dwt Llin unti density Andje a air tue and draft Iago Clear arse and re Tjw a Reloj it Man Are proposed to a 107 Aeres Iii remain no area will Reive Ltd a Habih Matiun or conserva ital a Tion my Fudg Public parking new Eity Hall a Civ a cont i schools streets and Storr drainage Fps the 1 in Oil m hot to at Tori h a log Al t i Ltd e e a i we to in a it i the it \ \ organza i la.,r/1 ��u�4itirut m turn is a full n t f r f 1h Fil �1 Ili ? i a a 1 Hin to i Ltd t 1 if Iii. Ii a District court re my in Ltd of the count a courthouse it a he Agenda i Ltd a that night i to Tion on the 1 Cut Ignati in of Mary Fane Ortiz one of to it employees embroil d in a recent personnel control a Ray and ass it us Ion a of some 2 2 applications for Uit position of Dav i m i a Ltd the other a employee who resigned two w Ltd is ago. Do i a Jet i h. Tifi the i planning a my a us a d have to wad until Fedei a funds a an he Obi Allied. Frame 1, divided. Weather report 1�?~artly Cloud aftem it was and evenings through monday Wun it tet Thundu i showers. Most fair during morning hours Little temperature changes. Hijii 87, Luw 58

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