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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Alamogordo, New Mexico World so Yeltsin seeks new coalition i f see Page 2 a opinion a in a a a a 1 a intoxicant clause inserted in deeds see Page 4 Kailari sports Ruidoso athletic director named see Page 6 Alamogordo or Index Abby 8 i aces classified 10 comics 9 i coming events 5 i crossword 9 deaths 12 Horoscope 9 i movies 8 i opinion 4 i sports 6 i to 8 weather 3 lit i 007,urea thu 9 v to pub to 9sn� 129 sorrow expressed in Clovis c Lovis apr tile town that searched relentlessly for Matthew Roberts gathered today to bid Farewell to the 6-year-old Clovis boy whose death remains under investigation. Funeral services for Matthew were scheduled for i . At our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Clovis. Burial was to follow in Lawn Haven memorial gardens cemetery. A Community wide memorial service for Matthew was also scheduled at 8 . At Clovis highs Leon Williams stadium. Several pastors from area churches were to speak. An estimated 500 people attended a solemn at times emotional Rosary service tuesday night for the child whose body was found last week in a Small compartment in the rear of a station Wagon. Family members and close friends shed tears during the service at our lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Matthews father Geoff Roberts hugged his wife Debbie As they stared at the Small White casket. A picture of Matthew rested atop the casket. A we express our sympathy to the family in the loss of this child a said the Rev. Victorin Bach us during the service. A we live in a world that is sometimes evil and wrong. Jesus said a let the Little children come to we realize that Matthew is no longer Here with Matthew disappeared on May 8. His Mother had driven to the store and police said the boy apparently tried to follow her and ran out of the House before his grandmother Evelyn Guaida Basso could Stop him. Matthews partially decomposed body was found May 23 inside a Small compartment in the Back of a station Wagon see sorrow Page 12 serving the Tularosa Basin sinc a. Y i he wednesday May 30, 1990 25c Bush sees new horizon in Summit by Rita Beamish associated press writer Washington apr Mikhail s. Gorbachev arrives tonight for Summit talks with president Bush that will focus on Tough arms control and Trade differences and search for common ground on the future of a unified Germany. The White House said Bush was in a mood of a anticipation and confidences As Gorbachev wound up a Brief visit to Canada and headed for his second Summit with Bush and his first in Washington since he conferred with president Reagan in 1987. A the president sees a new horizon in this meeting a a horizon of Opportunity Quot said presidential spokesman Marlin Fitzwater. A after their discussions we should have a much better View of a new Day in East West Bush was spending his second consecutive Day closeted with advisers Over strategy for three Days of Summit talks starting thursday. He also spoke by Telephone this morning with West German Chancellor Helmut Kohl and tuesday night with Canadian prime minister Brian Mulroney. Fitzwater said in a statement that Bush brings to the Summit talk a the understandings and insights of Many Allied leaders a including British prime minister Margaret Thatcher and French president Francois Mitterrand which whom he met recently. Bush was not prepared to offer a position for future negotiations on the size of a unified German military a a major concern of the soviets a Fitzwater said. The White House press secret Ary disputed news accounts suggesting Bush would ofter Assi. Ances on limiting German Toro to bolster Gorbachev a standing at Home. On prospects for a Trade agree ment during the Summit Fitze Ter said a i intentionally want t be he added a i urge pc not to Rule out anything. A this is an Issue that real will depend on Gorbachev Aru Bush Quot he said. The Bush admit is ration has held up the Trad agreement to protest the soon a unions economic Sanction against Lithuania and so a failure to enact Liberal or engr Tion legislation. On the question of German troop Levels the United stat still maintains such discussions should be held As part of Futon talks on reducing convention forces in All of Europe Fitzwa said. A we Are opposed to any proposal which would single out Ger Many for special limits a he Sal however Fitzwater sate the Summit would include a udi it lesion on the general question Vav t want to hear their concerns and their interests. Well express o r a this is not an Issue which i linked in any Way to Germa Unity nor to the Renu Nunciato of four Power rights a a fit Wati r said referring to control of got Many a destiny by world War ii victors Britain France. T United states and the soviet Union. A president Bush will i exploring the subject with pres see Summit Page i big fire May Cost $2 million by Mary Loftin daily Newt staff writer when the big fire is finally wrapped up the total Cost will be a around $2 million Quot according to Lincoln National Forest fire management officer Bill Leonard. Two Crews and one helicopter Are still watching the fire area. Leonard said smoke was spotted dose to the fire line on tuesday when 30 to 40 mile per hour winds caused soldering areas to flare again. A Well watch it another week at least a Leonard said. A Well have to watch it till it the fire believed caused by Man started on May 13 in big Canyon and was expected to be contained within a few Days. However a storm system went through the area followed by winds gusting up to 60 Miles per hour which fanned the fire out of control. The fire eventually burned 33,135 acres of Forest . Bureau of land management Carlsbad caverns National Park and private land making it the biggest fire Ever in Southeast new Mexico. It was finally declared contained late in the afternoon of May 23. Leonard said that one strike team with four wheel drive vehicles fought the Blaze but other ground vehicles could not be used because of the difficult terrain. A the sides of those canyons Are just about straight up and the canyons Are 1,500 to 2,000 feet deep a Leonard said. A it was really Beautiful country to see from a atone time 730 people fought the fire. They came from All Over the state and from other Forest regions Leonard said. Three helicopters were used and at one time seven slurry tankers were on the base. Leonard said it will take a Long time for the rugged area to recover. Grass will come Back quickly he said along with Pinyon and junipers but the mixed conifers and Pines will take a Long time to come Back it is exceptionally arid country he foundation sought to increase wildlife by m e. Mcquiddy daily Newt sports editor habitat has become a Auger concern for wildlife managers with the state game and fish department which is working to increase wildlife numbers in the state. A ifs like having a Good blueprint a the management plan a and All the hammers and nails and boards you need to build your House. Quot but if you done to have a solid foundation a the habitat a the whole thing is going to come tumbling Down Quot said Bill Montoya state Agency director. This comes into play As the state also uses More sophisticated management tools such As Aerial Survey or computer models for game control. He said his Agency is working to try to maximize manpower in setting priorities on larger Lon term issues. Montoya said the habitat efforts have to come first even at the expense of other traditional duties. Quot in the past we propagated wildlife by protecting it through regulation and enforcement Orbee out lofts Page is country close upper statistics Populis it Ion 19.7 million aim 196.222 Square Miles illiteracy rate 72 percent infant mortality Soper 1,000 live births life Eicre Clancy male 57 yrs., female 60 yrs. Gnu 1518.6 Billon Gnu p a capita $655 ishtar background Peru s in dependence from Spain was recon re so in 1824 alternations of constitute Ona civilian and military Rule occurred throughout its history. In 1980, a civilian government under former presided t Fernando Belaunde Terry assumed Power which ended 12 years of military Rule the new government encouraged the return of private Enterprise to revive its inflation Ridden Economy on Jan. 23, 1981. Fighting broke Oulman ongoing Border Depute Between Peru and Ecuador. In april the Border w As reopened a wave of terrorist bombings took place in 1981, including the . Embassy terrorist a cavity mostly by maoist groups a Doudini j the shinning path intensified in 1985 and has continued through 1968. Peru has one of the highest Rales of terrorism in the world. I a ism North Amarin Syndicate. In quake hits Bucharest other european cities by Edith m Lederer Anocia fid press writer Bucharest Romania apr a Strong earthquake rumbled i across Eastern Europe today heavily damaging buildings in by Charest where Large chunks of a Concrete and plaster crashed o nto sidewalks killing at least one person. Several Otiler people were injured in Bucharest when they jumped from windows or balconies on first second and third floors. There was no immediate word on casualties outside the see quake Page 12 peruvian Jungle shaken Lima Peru a a Power u earthquake jolted Peru a North Eastern Jungle Region killing of to 31 people a radio report san today. The government civil defense confirmed that at least 14 people. Died but its casualty report often lag behind those of the Media. Most of the confirmed deaths tuesday night occurred in mom Bamba a town of 50,000 people it 400 Miles North of Lima officials said. Radio programs Peru a Lead ing radio news station reported at least 31 people were killed in Moyo Bamba and nearby villages the stations correspondent in Moy Obama said the quake destroyed dozens of Homes in the town. The quake measuring 5.8 on the Richter scale occurred at 9 33 . 10 33 . Edt according to the peruvian geophysical Institute. The Institute said the area suffered at least 20 aftershocks including one shortly after mid night registering 4.7 on the Rich see shaken Page 12 to

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