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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - July 18, 1967, Alamogordo, New Mexico Southwest film co. 1302 e. Yandell Elpaso Texas 799�2 volume 73�?no. 169 a Lang or of lath Erroa Alamogordo new Mexico tuesday july 18, 1967 8 pages a 10c lbs names rail study Board As trains Roll again across u. S. Here s How the Southern Pacific depot Here looked yesterday afternoon after l. Posey station agent closed it because of the strike. Operations were Back to Normal today. Thi mail but. La fall a a tiring Willoft laugh lines psychiatrist to patient a a it a True someone is following you. Its a Man trying to collect the 200 you owe pleasant time a did you Ever see such a pleasant month of july the Rains have certainly been Good ones the weather is hot during the Day just like its supposed to be and the nights Are so Cool and pleasant All this after our summer started out so dry and the Forest fires were such a danger. We knew the mountains Are Damp and Beautiful Farmers and ranchers Are pleased for the meet part and the City is Beautiful with Green lawns. All Al which makes us say again the climate Here is about the Best there is anywhere. Scout Camp we re pleased to note so Many Camps in the mountains Ner us too. One of them the boy scout Camp named Dale Resler near Cloudcroft is a Busy one and one we be been interested in since its beginning. Its Busy this season and at the outset it appeared there be any camping due to the dry weather. The Camps bring in lets of people and also lots of visitors. Their presence Means a considerable income for lots of people and we re glad they be located them in eur copier raids rack up 122 samoans Saigon a the . Command today reported 122 Viet Cong samoans sunk in two helicopter attacks at least 143 communist soldiers killed in Small firefights across Smith Vietnam in the past 24 hours and red mortar and rocket attacks on five South vietnamese and american Camps near Saigon. The command said one flight of firefly helicopters using searchlights and flares surprised a Convoy of Supply samoans at the Mouth of the Truong Giang River 350 Miles Northeast of Saigon before Dawn monday. Coming under heavy fire from the Edge of the River the helicopters silenced the gun Bunker with rockets then destroyed 71 of the 40-foot Junks Ana samoans the Leader of the flight reported. A similar helicopter strike two weeks ago surprised another Convoy on the same River and Sank 148 samoans. Another . Army helicopter gunship team reported it Sank in column i pay a 7 business As usual is word the Southern Pacific station in Alamogordo was open for business As usual tuesday morning. Station agent l. Posey said he was told to open the station again about 4 . Today. He closed it at 5 . Yesterday with orders not to reopen until he received further word. The Alamogordo Post office said it again is accepting All classes of mail now for dispatch. Death toll 27 racial Calm is Back in Jersey Camp Dale Resler represents a pretty big sum of investment. Yet they Nave need for More facilities to make the Damp More pleasant and to make Camp life there More enjoyable for the hundreds of boy scouts from the area who come there. Those improvements might to an Opportunity for a service club to Tako on a project. To have a brochure on the needs in the event a service Chib of the City would Jike to see what the needs Are or Andy Hendrix could Supply you with the same information. It s a girls or. And mrs. Ray Car Roll of Cloudcroft became the proud parents of a daughter Ann Yvette born july 1 in Artesia. The tiny newcomer weighed five pounds seven ounces at birth. Grandparents of the new family addition Are or. And mrs. Ray a. Carrell of Alamogordo Aad or. And mrs. Oliver Adams of Artesia. Great grandparents Are or. And mrs. Jesse l Campbell of Mescalero or. And mrs. John c. Dehart of Artesia and or. And mrs j. W. Carrell of Stephenville Tex. Valve talk scheduled a valve expert from Dallas will discuss trouble shooting of automatic expansion valves at a meeting of refrigeration service engineers wednesday at 7 . At the Home of Sam Bednorz 2204 Pecan Drall interested Parsons Are invited to attend. Astronauts face grave life dangers Washington a a pane of scientists headed by or. Wright Langham of the los Alamos scientific Laboratory report astronauts must meet the dangers of shortened lives and lengthened cancer risks in prolonged space flights. Die report by the space science Board of the National research Council said however the perils Are an acceptable Price for Many a further Conquest of space. The Board said astronauts chosen for such tasks will be highly motivated men who have chosen a risky Field with their eyes wide open. Washington a the first nationwide rail strike in 20 years ended and trains began moving today after a two Day tie up was broken by a Federal Back to work Law. The new Law signed by president Johnson monday night after Hasty enactment by Congress requires compulsory settlement if necessary to end a Long dispute Over wages. The word to Stop the strike spread rapidly across the country after the president acted. Pickets began withdrawing a Short time later and Many of the commuter trains in big metropolitan areas resumed operations. A few traffic snarls remained but for the most part officials reported vital materials needed in Vietnam were Back on the rail Sand passenger trains that were halted by die strike took up thir journeys where they left off sunday. The leaders of six striking shop Craft unions ordered Mem j Bers to heed the Back to work Law. Meanwhile strikes in Copper rubber and other Fields kept More than 100,000 workers Idle. Rail centers reported picket lines were removed and Union members were complying with the emergency Law signed by the president to end the first nationwide rail workers walkout in 20 years. The Law ordered an immediate return to work by the strikers the appointment of a five Man presidential Board to try to win voluntary settlement and a binding settlement effective within 90 Days if the voluntary efforts fail. A Copper Industry spokesman said unions and management were further apart in contract negotiations than they had been in 25 years and further talks Are not rescheduled until later in the week. Some 37,000 members of the United steel workers of America have struck the Kenn Coit Anaconda Phelps Dodge and american smelting and refining companies. Those firms produce about 90 per cent of the nations Copper. Newark . Apr racial Calm settled Over Northern new Jersey today marred Only by the predawn slaying of a negro looter and the wounding of a White policeman in Newark where a massive cleanup in the slums was underway. For the first time since last thursday this City of 400,000, new jerseys largest was its Busy bustling Normal self again. All stores were open except those Selling or serving liquor. Bumper to bumper traffic on downtown streets once More was the Vogue. The five Days of violence that erupted last wednesday night in Newark had spread to nearby Plainfield Jersey City Elizabeth Paterson and new Brunswick. But in these places too Calm had been restored. The fatalities stemming from negro rioting in new Jersey stood at 27, with 25 of the dead in Newark. A White policeman was killed in Plainfield and a taxicab passenger died of fire bombing injuries in Jersey City. Plainfield tested the racial armistice reached after Midnight with the release of 12 negro prisoners seized during sunday night looting. The dead negro was identified As Raymond Gilmer 20, of Newark who fled in a car after he was spotted standing in front of a wrecked store in the negro Section. After a High Speed Chase during which shots were exchanged Gilmer leaped from his car and ran Down an Alley where he was shot in the head by four pursuing policemen. Police said they found a pistol knife and a pair of binoculars on his body. A Short time later patrolman John Romano was wounded in the leg during an Exchange of gunfire with several negro occupants of a car which according to police tried to run him Down. He was hospitalized in Good condition. The Jersey City 8th Graf 148, 132 Morse is Leader of panel Mary Gurule Emens tapped by a amps to head new facility a. R. Emens longtime Alamogordo resident has been selected by computing amp software inc., to manage the company a research data processing and document conversion services at nasal a Langley research Center Hampton a. Emens previously has been a department manager with a amps at White sand3 missile Range where he acquired More than 14 years experience in scientific computing while supporting missile and spacecraft test activity. He attended Alamogordo High school. Announcement of the selection of a amps by Nasa for the new facility at Langley has been made by Norman e. Friedman president of the nationwide computer oriented services firm headquartered in Panorama City Calif the new contract is valued at $460,000 the first year and $530,000 for the second year option period Emens will report to r. L. Christensen vice president for in Catamus x a i 1 r. Emins 13-year-old girl missing since sunday area Law enforcement officers have been alerted and the general Public is asked to be on the Lookout for a 13-year-old Alamogordo girl reported miss Jing from her Home since sunday night. The missing girl is Mary Elizabeth Gurule who made her Home with her grandparents or. And mrs. Joe Gurule. The grandparents reported that she apparently left Home sometime after they had to tired for the night sunday. She was believed to have been wearing a White Blouse and shorts took her Medicine but no other possessions and was not known to have any Money. She is described As a looking older than 13�?�. Spokesmen for the family said today that her grandmother is i ill and has appealed to the girl i to come Home. Minor damage in two vehicle smash minor damage resulted monday morning following at to i vehicle Accident at 1108 uranus drive. Ben Montoya Artiaga 1108 uranus was backing a 196 a Chevrolet is ton pickup out of his driveway when it was in col Lison with a 1959 Chevrolet one ton Van driven by Gus Madrid Ostic 910 peach Circle Tula Rosa. Damage was incurred to the right rear of the pickup and to the left rear of the Van approximately $100 damage was estimated to the pickup. The Accident occurred at 10 33 . Officers Tony Chavez and Eldon Gilbert investigated. Crash near Vaughn kills 5 in family by the associated press five members of a Tulsa okla., family were killed in a two car collision near Vaughn monday As eight persons met their death in new Mexico traffic accidents. State police sgt. Jim Clayton of Santa Rosa said the Accident monday night on . 54 eight Miles North of Vaughn was the worst he had seen in 16 years on the Force. Three other persons were injured two critically. Dead were Vaughn Bridges 45, Driver of one car his wife Margurite 41 their sons. Gary Wayne 16, and Kevin d., 12, and a 6-year-old daughter . Hospitalized at Santa Rosa were the occupants of the second vehicle Johnny Griego 21, the Driver Tony l. Pacheco 18, and Tony a. Saiz 17, All of Santa Rosa Clayton said Pacheco and Saiz were in critical condition. The sergeant said a wrecker had to be used to get the bodies out of the Bridges car. Clayton said the cars collided on a Hill apparently near the Center of the Highway. He said the Impact was so severe it had not been determined which car was travelling in which direction. It also had not been deter so Mumn 4, pm a a 7 Washington a president Johnson named a conciliation Board today to try to solve in Cloudcroft Post Wesley Lane to succeed Riddle the Cloudcroft school Board announced today promotion of Wesley h. Lane to the position of superintendent of schools. The Raih Oad Quot dispute. He Quot also i Ane be re placing Tom rid-1 High school for four year and called for another Home front of dle who is Leavins aus to previously taught commercial fort to stimulate employment and opportunities for the poor a take a More challenging position at Roy. Lane has resided in Cloudcroft for the past eight years has been principal at Cloudcroft in order to avoid what he termed More Wattles and new arks. And in the International Arena the president told a suddenly arranged news conference that the United states still stands ready at any moment to negotiate on a vietnamese Settle-1 ment. But he said it has no i signs that Hanoi is willing. The president declined to get into a detailed discussion of consultations with vietnamese allies on increasing troop Levels i for the War but said that a we i Are in constant with respect to the Middle East Johnson conceded that the United states has been unable to get an agreement to hold Down arms shipments to the israelis and arabs As he proposed. Advised of great Britain a announcement of her intentions to withdraw from Malaya and Singapore in the 1970s, Johnson 1 said that a we have expressed ourselves As very hopeful the British would maintain their position in that part of the world and would Hope they would find it useful to do for the panel to try to solve the dispute that brought on a two Day nationwide rail strike Johnson named a five member Board under the chairmanship of sen. Wayne Morse d-ore., a Man on whom he has called in the past for similar duties. During the night the Wesley Lane courses. Wilma to his wife is a Home economics teacher in the High school. They have three sons Wendel Warren and we Esley and own their Home in Cloudcroft. Lane is a graduate of new Mexico Western University with an undergraduate major of business education and graduate work in school administration. He has done Post Graduato work at the University of new Mexico and at new Mexico state. The new High school principal has not yet been selected. The Cloudcroft Board also announced approval of the hiring of four new teachers. They Are Peter Dramer who will teach Junior High mathematics Don Waseloff High school science Don Warren basketball coach and mrs. Betty Jane Bency commercial work. War exercise starts night Chute-1 n will open games by Walt Byers infiltrated by Means of a Tacti Green Beret paratroopers to a night Parachute operation ran company a 6th special my tical of forces group airborne at it the the group it. Bliss Tex., will furnish 200 Bragg. North Carolina will presi i Parachute silently into the Lin Dent said he got in touch with Coin National Forest this week Fred Kappel retired president to kick operation a orbit wings of american Telephone and Tel in into High gear graph co. In Switzerland with some 240 elite officers and mediator Theodore Kheel in men commanded by Ltd Lanee Paris with Al Cio president lot w. Krueger who has been airborne re Supply techniques George Meany in Miami Beach commanding offer of b Corn-1 tactic and survival while a and with retired Republican Pany since it was founded will sen. Leverett Saltonstall of Mas see column i Pege 7 District court hearing thursday for accused Trio Alfred Pettes Glen e Snowden and Tom Jones or were bound Over for a thursday arraignment in District court after a lengthy preliminary hear ing monday before Justice the peace Robert Bradley. Spend the next 40 Days conducting unconventional warfare training exercises in Utah new Mexico and Arizona. Sergeant major Eagle who recently returned from Viet Nam. Is commanding the Forward control base located in the guerrilla warfare operational area in the Lincoln National Forest area. A orbit wings in is controlled from the special forces oper of National has located at Hollo Man on july 7 and 8, company troops to serve As training aids for the special forces. As guerrillas they will meet their advisors in the dark drop zone and take them into the mountains to be taught weaponry so column i a Joe 7 the three Are charged with h dropped into tins staging i armed robbery of Forrest Bel area which has been the site of lows Uptown Gulf station july an intensive around the Elock 7. Pettesh Bond was reduced to isolation phase after 10 Days $5,000 while Snowden a and of studying and planning final Jones Bond remain at $10,000 preparations Are being made each. And select detachments will be Green berets get ready to jump creative color photo news briefs Tucson Arii. Put a two brother charged with murdering two u. S. Border patrolmen faced a preliminary hearing today. Alfred Arthur Montoya 33, and Harold Montoya 30, along with Victor Bono 28, and Florencio Mati Ong 33, Are charged with the a hooting death of George Azrak 21, and Theodore Newton 24, Border patrol officer in California i Chicago it Ufi Robert e i Boney 63. Of Las Cruces is the first new Mexico Man to head the benevolent and protective order of elks Boney. Past sex listed ruler of the Las Cruces elks Lodge was elected grand exalted ruler of the fraternity monday at the groups t03rd National convention. Us. Sen Clinton p. Anderson. In delivered the nominating address. Pittsburgh in a tik faltering Pittsburgh pirates announced today that they were firing manager Harry Walker and replacing him with Danny Murtaugh former pirate manager. General manager Joe l. Brown a Aid Murtaugh will remain Only until the end of the a Eason regardless of the Way the pirates finish. Weather report partly Cloudy through wednesday. Widely scattered after i noon and evening showers am thunderstorms. Rising tempera Tures. High 92, Low 66

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