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Strobel said he was also very en- thusiastic to have such world renowned musicians for the Ruidoso Summer Festival. up of one village councilman and two coun. ty commissioners-for approval and adop- tion. Extraterritorial Zoning CommissiQn chairman M. R. "Milt" Alcorn reported that he will attend a village council and county board of commission meeting to up- date the governing bodies on the activities of his commission. The group then decided that the task of designating actual zoning districts is one which will take two or three years and re- quire professional assistance. As the village has indicated it may hire a profeg.. sional planner to prepare an updated com- prehensive plan for Ruidoso, the commis- sion decided to put off zoning until such assistance is available, or un- til a need for zoning in the ex- tratemtoriaI area arises. The commission also welcomed new member Ben Hall to tJ)e group. He replac- ed Wesley Grigsby, who resigned. Hall was appointed by the Lincoln County Board Of Commissioners to CO\J11ty, . . March- 24 was set 8Sthe ne'Xt date for the commission. . ......... :1l -'"T- ..II: . _5.-. ........ --..:: r .. Radar said the only reasonable explana- tion Cor such a large price drop would be as a means of boosting volume. He said loeal gas stations may have been saddled with low sales volume because consumers were driving to Roswell or Alamogordo to buy cheaper gas. Circle K franchise owner Owen Copeland reported that sales have not in- creased noticeably since the price drop there over a week ago. In the first five days tha t he was selling gas for seven cents less, he said, only six customers seemed to even notice the decrease. Copeland predicted that he will be able to hold prices at or near their current level. although the Circle K Corporation based in Phoenix, Arizona, sets the prices on gasoline for his station. Whether Ruidosoans will continue to see declining prices in gasoline or whether costs will escalate again remains to be seen, but at least there has been some respite from the high costs of living in this rural resort community. audiences, conductors and critics as one of the most fiery and charismatic violinists of our time. The 33-year-old violinist regularly per- forms with many of the world's major or- chestras and has won prizes in the Sixth In- ternational Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow and the Merriwea ther Post Com- petition in Washington D.C. The Chicago Tribune once wrote, "His playing combines an easy maturity of style and generosity of heart in just about the ideal proportions ... Rarely has Ravel's sophisticated gypsy-Schmalz ("Tzigane") sounded more beguiling, less self- conscious, or more entertaininR." by BARBY GRANT Staff Writer The Ruidoso--Lincoln County Extrater- ritorial Zoning Commission took another step Thursday toward completion of the ordinance regulating zoning of the area surrounding the Ruidoso village limits in a one-mile radius. The commission decided to bold off on zoning of that land. however, to get input from a professional planner that may be hired by the village. The extraterritorial commission was set up last summer in an effort to control growth of the area surrounding the village so it will be compatible with the environ- ment of Ruidoso. A second draft of the zoning ordinance was reviewed by village attorney Lee Huckstep and assistant district attorney James Richard Askew prior to Thursday's meeting. Changes suggested by the two at· torneys were discussed by the commission Thursday and incorporated into a third draft. The final draft will be presented to the Extraterritorial ZOning Authority-made Zoning to wait on planner Gasoline prices 'drop by BARBY GRANT Sla rr Writer Local residents are finally benefiting from decreased gasoline prices-most ser- vice stations in town dropped the prices on their pumps at least seven cents per gaUon over the weekend. - Thr sodden was· t.ht! fitBt in gasoline prices in this area for a number of months, according to several station owners_ Regular gas, which was selling at most stations in town for $1.28, is now priced at $1.19 or $1.21. Competition is apparently to be credited for the good news for consumers. A seven cents per gallon decrease at the pumps at the Circle K store in Ruidoso Downs set off a chain reaction at other gas stations in the area. Although Circle K first lowered its prices February 12, the other stations failed to catch on until this weekend. Dirk Fox, manager of the 7-11 Store in Hollywood, said he noticed the price change last Fri· day and was advised by his supervisor to follow suit "just to stay neck and neck with the com petition.., Several stations in town supplied by Ray Bell Oil Company, including Fina. Kerr- McGee and MinH-Mart. reported they were advised by a Bell representative Fri- day afternoon to lower their gasoline prices also Fina Station owner Dick Cull said the Bell Oil Company representative indicated that 7·11 had dropped its prices seven cents a gallon and suggested he do the same. Although this is certainly a positive move for local gas buyers, some people feel the prices are still higher here than they should be. Sam "Rodar, president ot the Service Station Dealers Association of New Mexico, said he feels many suppliers take advantage of the lack of competition in rural areas. He explained that suppliers will often charge high prices to dealers in rural areas to make up for selling at low prices in more competitive markets. "The price spread is just absurd," Rodar stated. He was also surprised a t the seven. cents per gallon drop in one day experienced here over the weekend. He said there was not that large a decrease in gas at the refinery and probably never has been. •• II. .. "00 You Know the Way to San Jose?" and "Then Came You" are just a few of the songs she bas made popular over the last 20 years. "I couldn't help noticing her. Dionne had something-it was there when I first met her: a kind of elegance, her flow and feel- ing for the music," Bacharach once told Ebony Magazine_ She was the first singer to be named "Woman of the Year" by Harvard's Hasty Pudding Club in 1970, and the only per- former to win simultaneous Grammies in both popular and rhythm and blues categories in 1980 for "I Know I'll Never Love This Way Again" and "Deja Vu." Daniel Heifetz is widely acclaimed by DWARFING THI APPLE TREES is one of the four stately wind machines in· stalled in Wes and Myrna Grigsby's Los (hozas orchards recently. The machines, able to turn at 600 revolutions per minute I stand vigil over some 40 acres of apple trees, ready to fend off killing frost. ·\.tt t: WARMING UP the 460-cubic-inch Ford engine on one of his wind machines is apple grower Wes Grigsby. The machines rest on 35-foot high steel towers that are solidly anchored in cemel')t. .. Ii' ..... -..,,-41> .. - - ". '\, . over 500 limes WIth the Met She has sung all over the world. including the first per- formance by an American singer in the People's Republic of China. She has recorde-d 36 albums, and made five com- mand appearances at the White House and a record 66 appearances on the Ed Sullivan show. Dionne Warwick has been one of the top popular Stngers in the world since she first teamed up with songwriters Burt Bacharach and Hal David in Lhe 1960s The winner of five gold records and four Gram- my awards, Warwick has a list of hit songs longer than most performers even dream of "W;Jlk (Ill Fh .. "J Sa ... a 1.1111(' Prayer," bed lha t wdl wake hIm when the temperature dlps Once roused. he will drive out to the orchards covered by the machines and crank on the eng1nes Each blade 1S powered by a propane- fueled 460-C'ubic-mch engme. If the wind is blowing moN' than 15 miles per hour. Wes sC:l.ld. he will not be able to use the machmes, because the force agamst the long blades could damage the drive shaft But a natural wmd can be a blessing for fruit growers because frost usually does not develop when the air IS turbulent -- the same principle behind the wind machmes Asked why they decided on the expen- sive investment for their orchards- each machine costs over $14,()()()-- Wes pointed to the rising cost of dieseL That fuel fires the smudge pots used in the past to protect the trees, versus the relatively cheap pro- pane for the wind machines Last year, when a deadly late Aprtl frost wiped out blossoms in the Bonito and Hon- do valleys, one of the Grigsby orchards was the only one in a wide area that pro- duced apples, because it was protected by smudge pots. The Grigsbys fired up 400 pots, which warm the air with fire fed by diesel fuel, in a single to-acre orchard. Wes estimated it took 400 to 500 gallons of diesel an hour to keep the pots burning. All five wind machines will use only about 50 gallons of propane an hour and will protect 50 acres of trees, Wes noted. Considering the extra protection, the con- servation of energy and the cheaper cost of propane compared to diesel, the machines will pay for themselves in the long run. Wes said Friday while touring his or- chards that the machines represent depen- dable insurance for an apple grower, who cannot afford to continue to lose crops from frost damage. In the last four growing a.easons, area or· chards have been hit by tWo blossom- killing freezes. The losses forced some valley growers out of the business. But for the Grigsbys, whose lives are centered on -the orchards, the deadly frosts increased their resolve to win out over the cold. If tile' Grigsbys can save four times the number of trees as last year when the next frost comes, and save on fuel costs to boot, the 'wind machines wi1l prove to be for- midable and cost effective weapons. Roberta Peters has sung with the Metropolitan Opera in New York City for over 30 consecutive years Most of the great artists who sing at the Met debut on- ly after years of artistic development and experience in smaller houses. Not so with Peters_ At the age of 19. just five hours before the 1950 Met debut of "Don Giovanni." she was chosen for one of the leads when the regular performer fell ill. "I knew the part," recalled Peters, "but I had never sung onstage WIth an or- chestra." The bravos and four curtain calls at the finale proclaimed that a slar was born Since then. Peters has performNl well b" DA. VtD SHEPP >\RD SlaUWrltn Shmy new appE'ndages have sprouted out of Wes and Myrna Gngsby's apple or- chards recently. and they are unllkp anythmg that has adorned the BOnl to Valley soil bel ore The Grigsbys have just InstalJed four 125-horsepowcr wind machines in thelf Los Chozas orchards. located about three mUes up Route 380 from the H1ghway 70 turnoff in Hondo The machines are the state-of-the-art In frost protection Developed more than two centuries ago and used for the first time against frost in the early 1900s in Califor- nia citrus orchards. the wind machine is now an indispensable tool fOf many farmers "We're not trying anything that's not proven," responded Wes Grigsby when asked about the machines' effectiveness. The fOUT machines on the Grigsby esta te dot some 40 acres of orchards _ A fifth machine was erected down the road from Los Chozas in a lo-acre orchard owned Bert and Myrtis Pfingston, Myrna's parents. ' Each machine, with the propeller turn- ing at a maximum 600 revolutions per minute, can blow a swath of frost- preventing air 350 feet in all directions. Revolving atop a 35-foot steel tower, the. prop swivels 360 degrees around its shaft every five minutes. The props themselves span 17 feet. As explained by Myrna Grigsby, the wind machines work by redistributing warm air, On chilly nights when the-apple buds are at their most vulnerable, Wes Will switch on the stately fans when the. mer- cury reaches about 33 degrees Fahrenheit. Wes said the machines will be effective down to 21 degrees. By churning the air through the trees. the machines will prevent cold air from descending into the orchards and gripping the buds, which are the first parts of the tree affected by frost. Myrna said this technique works because warm air stored in the trees and soil during the day win be recirculated as it escapes at night. She also noted that the rising YJann air will be forced back into the orchards by the fans, Come spring Wes wUl depend on a thermostaticallY.controlled alarm by his Wind machines will protect orchards Individual performers for the 1983 Ruidoso Summer Festival (RSF) have signed and returned all contracts to the Fort Worth Symphony, reported Peter Strobel. RSF board member. The signed contracts ensure that some of the world's top classical and popular musi- cians will perform at the festival June 3-9 Strobel said he talked last week by telephone to Ann Koonsman, executive director of the Fort Worth Symphony, who said she was holding the contracts of Roberta Peters, Dionne Warwick. Daniel Heifetz and Pepe Romero The Fort Worth Symphony, led by conductor John GIor- dano. wiJ) also perform dUring the week- long music festival - ...... I, t , . .. J. ;\

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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1983

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RUIDOSO, LINCOLN COUNTY, NEW MEXICO 88345

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NO. 82 IN OUR 37TH YEAR

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DIONNE WARWICK PEPE ROMERO DANIEL HEIFETZ ROBERTA PETERS

Fo~ur superstars sign Summer Festival contractsClassical guitarist Pepe Romero has

performed at the Ruidoso SummerFestival every year of its existence. Lastyear, his performance sparked a sustainedovation from the crowd that brought on animpressive encore.

The critic of the Madrid A.B.C calledhim "one of the greatest masters theguitar has ever known." The StuttgarterNachrichten declared, "he is one of thegreatest virtuosos, thrilling. The publichad every reason to be so extremely en­thusiastic...

Strobel said he was also very en­thusiastic to have such world renownedmusicians for the Ruidoso SummerFestival.

up of one village councilman and two coun.ty commissioners-for approval and adop­tion. Extraterritorial Zoning CommissiQnchairman M. R. "Milt" Alcorn reportedthat he will attend a village council andcounty board of commission meeting to up­date the governing bodies on the activitiesof his commission.

The group then decided that the task ofdesignating actual zoning districts is onewhich will take two or three years and re­quire professional assistance. As thevillage has indicated it may hire a profeg..sional planner to prepare an updated com­prehensive plan for Ruidoso, the commis­sion decided to put off zoning until suchprofessio~~lassistance is available, or un­til a S~lfic need for zoning in the ex­tratemtoriaI area arises.

The commission also welcomed newmember Ben Hall to tJ)e group. He replac­ed Wesley Grigsby, who resigned. Hallwas appointed by the Lincoln CountyBoard Of Commissioners to repfe8~n,'<theCO\J11ty, . .

March- 24 was set 8Sthe ne'Xt m~llngdate for the commission.

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Radar said the only reasonable explana­tion Cor such a large price drop would be asa means of boosting volume. He said loealgas stations may have been saddled withlow sales volume because consumers weredriving to Roswell or Alamogordo to buycheaper gas.

Circle K franchise owner OwenCopeland reported that sales have not in­creased noticeably since the price dropthere over a week ago. In the first fivedays tha t he was selling gas for sevencents less, he said, only six customersseemed to even notice the decrease.

Copeland predicted that he will be ableto hold prices at or near their currentlevel. although the Circle K Corporationbased in Phoenix, Arizona, sets the priceson gasoline for his station.

Whether Ruidosoans will continue to seedeclining prices in gasoline or whethercosts will escalate again remains to beseen, but at least there has been somerespite from the high costs of living in thisrural resort community.

audiences, conductors and critics as one ofthe most fiery and charismatic violinists ofour time.

The 33-year-old violinist regularly per­forms with many of the world's major or­chestras and has won prizes in the Sixth In­ternational Tchaikovsky Competition inMoscow and the Merriwea ther Post Com­petition in Washington D.C.

The Chicago Tribune once wrote, "Hisplaying combines an easy maturity ofstyle and generosity of heart in just aboutthe ideal proportions ... Rarely has Ravel'ssophisticated gypsy-Schmalz ("Tzigane")sounded more beguiling, less self­conscious, or more entertaininR."

by BARBY GRANTStaff Writer

The Ruidoso--Lincoln County Extrater­ritorial Zoning Commission took anotherstep Thursday toward completion of theordinance regulating zoning of the areasurrounding the Ruidoso village limits in aone-mile radius. The commission decidedto bold off on zoning of that land. however,to get input from a professional plannerthat may be hired by the village.

The extraterritorial commission was setup last summer in an effort to controlgrowth of the area surrounding the villageso it will be compatible with the environ­ment of Ruidoso.

A second draft of the zoning ordinancewas reviewed by village attorney LeeHuckstep and assistant district attorneyJames Richard Askew prior to Thursday'smeeting. Changes suggested by the two at·torneys were discussed by the commissionThursday and incorporated into a thirddraft.

The final draft will be presented to theExtraterritorial ZOning Authority-made

Zoning to wait on planner

Gasoline prices 'dropby BARBY GRANT

Slarr Writer

Local residents are finally benefitingfrom decreased gasoline prices-most ser­vice stations in town dropped the prices ontheir pumps at least seven cents per gaUonover the weekend.- Thr sodden decreas~ was· t.ht! fitBtchang~ in gasoline prices in this area for anumber of months, according to severalstation owners_

Regular gas, which was selling at moststations in town for $1.28, is now priced at$1.19 or $1.21.

Competition is apparently to be creditedfor the good news for consumers. A sevencents per gallon decrease at the pumps atthe Circle K store in Ruidoso Downs set offa chain reaction at other gas stations in thearea.

Although Circle K first lowered its pricesFebruary 12, the other stations failed tocatch on until this weekend. Dirk Fox,manager of the 7-11 Store in Hollywood,said he noticed the price change last Fri·day and was advised by his supervisor tofollow suit "just to stay neck and neck withthe competition .. ,

Several stations in town supplied by RayBell Oil Company, including Fina. Kerr­McGee and MinH-Mart. reported theywere advised by a Bell representative Fri­day afternoon to lower their gasolineprices also

Fina Station owner Dick Cull said theBell Oil Company representative indicatedthat 7·11 had dropped its prices seven centsa gallon and suggested he do the same.

Although this is certainly a positivemove for local gas buyers, some peoplefeel the prices are still higher here thanthey should be. Sam "Rodar, president otthe Service Station Dealers Association ofNew Mexico, said he feels many supplierstake advantage of the lack of competitionin rural areas.

He explained that suppliers will oftencharge high prices to dealers in ruralareas to make up for selling at low pricesin more competitive markets.

"The price spread is just absurd,"Rodar stated.

He was also surprised a t the seven. centsper gallon drop in one day experiencedhere over the weekend. He said there wasnot that large a decrease in gas at therefinery and probably never has been.

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"00 You Know the Way to San Jose?" and"Then Came You" are just a few of thesongs she bas made popular over the last20 years.

"I couldn't help noticing her. Dionne hadsomething-it was there when I first mether: a kind of elegance, her flow and feel­ing for the music," Bacharach once toldEbony Magazine_

She was the first singer to be named"Woman of the Year" by Harvard's HastyPudding Club in 1970, and the only per­former to win simultaneous Grammies inboth popular and rhythm and bluescategories in 1980 for "I Know I'll NeverLove This Way Again" and "Deja Vu."

Daniel Heifetz is widely acclaimed by

DWARFING THI APPLE TREES is one of the four stately wind machines in·stalled in Wes and Myrna Grigsby's Los (hozas orchards recently. Themachines, able to turn at 600 revolutions per minute I stand vigil oversome 40 acres of apple trees, ready to fend off killing frost.

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WARMING UP the 460-cubic-inch Ford engine on one of his windmachines is apple grower Wes Grigsby. The machines rest on 35-foothigh steel towers that are solidly anchored in cemel')t.

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over 500 limes WIth the Met She has sungall over the world. including the first per­formance by an American singer in thePeople's Republic of China. She hasrecorde-d 36 albums, and made five com­mand appearances at the White House anda record 66 appearances on the Ed Sullivanshow.

Dionne Warwick has been one of the toppopular Stngers in the world since she firstteamed up with songwriters BurtBacharach and Hal David in Lhe 1960s Thewinner of five gold records and four Gram­my awards, Warwick has a list of hit songslonger than most performers even dreamof

"W;Jlk (Ill Fh .. "J Sa ... a 1.1111(' Prayer,"

bed lha t wdl wake hIm when thetemperature dlps Once roused. he willdrive out to the orchards covered by themachines and crank on the eng1nes

Each blade 1S powered by a propane­fueled 460-C'ubic-mch engme.

If the wind is blowing moN' than 15 milesper hour. Wes sC:l.ld. he will not be able touse the machmes, because the forceagamst the long blades could damage thedrive shaft

But a natural wmd can be a blessing forfruit growers because frost usually doesnot develop when the air IS turbulent -- thesame principle behind the wind machmes

Asked why they decided on the expen­sive investment for their orchards- eachmachine costs over $14,()()()-- Wes pointedto the rising cost of dieseL That fuel firesthe smudge pots used in the past to protectthe trees, versus the relatively cheap pro­pane for the wind machines

Last year, when a deadly late Aprtl frostwiped out blossoms in the Bonito and Hon­do valleys, one of the Grigsby orchardswas the only one in a wide area that pro­duced apples, because it was protected bysmudge pots.

The Grigsbys fired up 400 pots, whichwarm the air with fire fed by diesel fuel, ina single to-acre orchard. Wes estimated ittook 400 to 500 gallons of diesel an hour tokeep the pots burning.

All five wind machines will use onlyabout 50 gallons of propane an hour andwill protect 50 acres of trees, Wes noted.Considering the extra protection, the con­servation of energy and the cheaper cost ofpropane compared to diesel, the machineswill pay for themselves in the long run.

Wes said Friday while touring his or­chards that the machines represent depen­dable insurance for an apple grower, whocannot afford to continue to lose cropsfrom frost damage.

In the last four growing a.easons, area or·chards have been hit by tWo blossom­killing freezes. The losses forced somevalley growers out of the business. But forthe Grigsbys, whose lives are centered on

-the orchards, the deadly frosts increasedtheir resolve to win out over the cold.

If tile' Grigsbys can save four times thenumber of trees as last year when the nextfrost comes, and save on fuel costs to boot,the 'wind machines wi1l prove to be for­midable and cost effective weapons.

Roberta Peters has sung with theMetropolitan Opera in New York City forover 30 consecutive years Most of thegreat artists who sing at the Met debut on­ly after years of artistic development andexperience in smaller houses. Not so withPeters_

At the age of 19. just five hours beforethe 1950 Met debut of "Don Giovanni." shewas chosen for one of the leads when theregular performer fell ill.

"I knew the part," recalled Peters, "butI had never sung onstage WIth an or­chestra." The bravos and four curtaincalls at the finale proclaimed that a slarwas born

Since then. Peters has performNl well

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Shmy new appE'ndages have sproutedout of Wes and Myrna Gngsby's apple or­chards recently. and they are unllkpanythmg that has adorned the BOnl toValley soil belore

The Grigsbys have just InstalJed four125-horsepowcr wind machines in thelf LosChozas orchards. located about threemUes up Route 380 from the H1ghway 70turnoff in Hondo

The machines are the state-of-the-art In

frost protection Developed more than twocenturies ago and used for the first timeagainst frost in the early 1900s in Califor­nia citrus orchards. the wind machine isnow an indispensable tool fOf manyfarmers

"We're not trying anything that's notproven," responded Wes Grigsby whenasked about the machines' effectiveness.

The fOUT machines on the Grigsby esta tedot some 40 acres of orchards _ A fifthmachine was erected down the road fromLos Chozas in a lo-acre orchard ownedBert and Myrtis Pfingston, Myrna'sparents. '

Each machine, with the propeller turn­ing at a maximum 600 revolutions perminute, can blow a swath of frost­preventing air 350 feet in all directions.

Revolving atop a 35-foot steel tower, the.prop swivels 360 degrees around its shaftevery five minutes. The props themselvesspan 17 feet.

As explained by Myrna Grigsby, thewind machines work by redistributingwarm air, On chilly nights when the-applebuds are at their most vulnerable, Wes Willswitch on the stately fans when the. mer­cury reaches about 33 degrees Fahrenheit.Wes said the machines will be effectivedown to 21 degrees.

By churning the air through the trees.the machines will prevent cold air fromdescending into the orchards and grippingthe buds, which are the first parts of thetree affected by frost.

Myrna said this technique worksbecause warm air stored in the trees andsoil during the day win be recirculated asit escapes at night. She also noted that therising YJann air will be forced back intothe orchards by the fans,

Come spring Wes wUl depend on athermostaticallY.controlled alarm by his

Wind machineswill protect orchards

Individual performers for the 1983Ruidoso Summer Festival (RSF) havesigned and returned all contracts to theFort Worth Symphony, reported PeterStrobel. RSF board member.

The signed contracts ensure that some ofthe world's top classical and popular musi­cians will perform at the festival June 3-9

Strobel said he talked last week bytelephone to Ann Koonsman, executivedirector of the Fort Worth Symphony, whosaid she was holding the contracts ofRoberta Peters, Dionne Warwick. DanielHeifetz and Pepe Romero The Fort WorthSymphony, led by conductor John GIor­dano. wiJ) also perform dUring the week­long music festival

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regular councU meeting, starUng at 7:30p.m. in vI1Iage haD, are:

-Ruidoso Business Association-re­quest to useSchool House Park May 18 forthe Golden Years JubUee.

-Request lor Uquor Ucense (or theSafeway store to be located at121 MechemDrive.

-John Cupp-request for rezoning«veral·1ota lOCated on fIOI'th'l{fghway 37

<,from.COlllmercllll to~<ommefl:W.",poproved by Plannfng ..~ ZOning Coi'nmla­slon.

-Don Dale-regarding the fire safetycode as related to the resale of commercialproperty.

-Jim Hine-reporl on Lookout TOWerpermit.

-Hine and Lee Huckstep-suggestedrevisions to water and sewer ordinance.

-Frank Potter-eontract with BoyleEngineering regarding the PonderosaHeights sewer project. ,

-Frank Palter-request for executivesession to discuss pending Utlgatlon on theGrindstone dam project.

Tha meeting wtII be preeedM by a studysession atarUng at 6:30,

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business administration at the Ubiversityof New Meldco, New Meldco State.Univer-slty and Indiana University. .

Cohen Is a graduate o( SouthetllMethodist University. She luis attendedthe New York UniversilY Gtac!lIllte 8ehoolo( FInance and luis been employed by ltSlJ(or the past two yeatJ,.VilUr eight yeatJprevious ballkillg ClijIetiooce With·lhil Dry

Mayor George White wiU issue a reportto the rest of the village council at Tues­day's council meeting on the status of thewater protest committee that was dissolv­ed during a recent council study session.

WhIle has contested the commlttee·sdissolution because it was done without hisconsent.

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Also on the agenda (or Monday night'smeeting are:

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The National Weather Service in Albuquerque Is predicting fair and warmerweather Mnnday and Tuesday with variable winds less than 12 miles per hour.The extended forecast for Wednesday through Friday calla for continued fairand dry conditions.

"Water meters-extenslons and/or pro­position of water amendment.. ,will bediscussed at the capitan village councilmeeting 1 p.m. Monday, February 2t, atthe city hall.

A controversy has been brewing forseveral months over the municipal or­dinance requiring each residence to have aseparate water meter. Tbe law has been onthe books since 1!1711 but the council has on·Iy recently announced that it will enforeeit.

A number of residences in capitan sharewater meters and owners of thoseresidences have been strong in their op­position to the ordinance.

At the last meeting, Capitan vI1Iage at·torney Gary Mitchell said he would furtherresearch the ordinance, 1IO-lI, to certify thestatus of mobile home owners and thosewho had been told by village employees

IyInking experience with Security NationalBank in Roswell. She graduated lromNorth Texas Slate University with aBachelor of Business Administration.

Shockey, a Lincoln County native, beganworking,at RSB in April, l!ll12. She has hadfive years previous banking eltpllrlence asbranch manager and installn1ent loan af­ficer. She majored in 1lbeJ:'1l1 arts and

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Bank (RSBl after corning to Ruidoso fromTexas Commerce Bank, Odessa.

Morales, a native of Rnidoso, joined RSBin October, Itr74, as a teller and advancedto Head Teller. In January Itr79, sbejoinedthe Escrow Department beeoming super·visor of that department in l!lllO.

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Phillips, Loan Adrninlslratlona Orncer;Rita. Martin, Banking Officer; EleanorShockey, Banking Officer; and MargieMorales, Escrow Officer.

WIlliams attended Texas State Collegefor Women, Denton, and has had bankingexperience In Oklahoma, California,Arkansas, Texas and New Mexico. Shejust recently returned to Ruidoso State

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stipulation that mobiles be placed on lots clause, which prevents the ordinaoce fromwith the front entrance facing the street being enforced for mobiles already In the

Commission members added the re- villaRe.RUIdoso Dawns Planning and ZOning quirements for mobile home owners to P&Z members also worked on comple-

Commission (P&Z I Thursday discussed purchase a blocking permit and to have tion 01 a zoning map for the village and

and revised an ordinance first drafted in their mobiles tied down, voted to present it to the governing body *****************************************'1981-but never adopted-which regulates The proposed ordinance will be for approval. * Ska R rt *mobile homes and trailers in the village. ** I epo **

The ordinance reqUires owners of mobile presented to the board of trustees for adop- Commission members and village of.h h lion at its next meeting. fi . ls te din th ed * *omes in Ruidoso Downs to pure ase a ,c,a at n g e meeting express op- * Sierra Blanca. Undisturbed snow depth midway on the mountato Is 67 Inches. *permit at a cost of S25. and lists stipula· Commission members noted problems lirnism about the future of Ruidoso Downa * Surface conditions are packed and machine-groomed. Skiing eondWons are good *tions on the appearance and maintenance existing in the village now beeause of the and potential growth of the municipality. * and allllrts and trails are open. Weather Is clear at report time and chain. are not *of mobiles. lack of regulationa on mobile homes. They Village clerk Wilma Webb reported that * required on the road to the ski resort. *

Removed from the ordinance as indicated they hope passage of this or· construction on the Triple Cr~ Con· * Eagle Creek. There Is 20 Inches of snow at the base. Thelo",er mountain Is open *originally proposed was a reqUirement for dinance will help to clear up some nf those dominium project is scheduled to begin * and skiing conditions are good. There Is night skiing from 6to 10 Friday and Satur. *each mobile home to have a porch or problems. March I, and that a planned amusem*nt * day. *patio; setback reqUirements; and the The ordinance includes a grandfather park is to be started in August. 5f****************************************, L-~'---"7"""_ ......__~__-J

Ruidoso State Bank announces appointments of six new officers.

Village of Ruidoso fire prevention oUicerOllie Cuddy put the word out Thursdaythat village personnel are looking out foranyone dumping hot ashes in dumpsters,and the first person caught will be liablefor a stiff Hne.

Cuddy brought up the recurring problemof dumpster hres at an afternoon meetingof the Committee For Insuring Ruidoso'sEnvironment lComFIRE)

The fire prevention officer sought com·mittee suggestions for any strategy thatcould help douse the problem of dumpsterfires

Cuddy said last week the number oftrash fires in dumpsters has nOl droppedfrom last winter, when he initiated a com­munity awareness campaign concerningthe hazard.

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Richard O. Browning. President andChief Executive Officer of Ruidoso StateBank. recentiy announced several new of­

.ficers elected by the bank board of direc·tors at its February meeting.

New officers include: Bobbie GayeWilliams, Assistant to the President; An­dree Cohen, Branch Operations Managerand Consumer Lending Officer; Ann

LOOKING TOWARDS BROADWAY. Members of theCapitan choir practice a song and donee rendition ofComFIRE discusses dumpster fires theSOng~'BrOOdWOY"infrontofmirrorsinthemuSic

b, DAVID SHt:PPAHD dumpster fires were logged Cuddy said he would contact the police Capltan, Ruidoso councils to meet- Staff Writll"r • Not only do the fires havP thE:' potential of department to see if it is practical to ask

spreading out of the meta) containers. neighborhood captains to report the In-Cuddy noted, but they also are costly Fire cidenls.superintendent Virgil Reynolds said each In other business, the committeedumpster fire is about a 3G-minule call for discussed the upcoming spring cleanupone of his firemen campaign.

The dumpsters also need to be takt:n to ComFIRE set eduled the area-widethe. village shop for repair. after flr~, cleanup, known ~s Operation Trash. forwhIch m~',lS at least a.ltaChl~g new lids the last two weekends of April.an.~ r:epamb~g lhem, saId ~d ":! .. Operalion Trash organizer Barbara Durt

I Just don t know whall m gOIng to do. said she would work out details for thelamented Cu~y in explaining the-Situation cleanup over the next month ana'make atoy,e committee. . report to ComFIRE at its Mareh meeting.

Boy, If we could Just catch one person Cuddy noting the effort to establish aand fine him. ~t will .stop it:' answered faU cJea~up last year fell through due toComFIRE ~halnn~ln Rich seel.~ a firE" is lack of interest. suggested the committee

The maximum flOe for startl g approach Ruidoso service clubs for$300,. volunteers. Oufl said she plans to address

One suggestion that wa~ ocrered was to the clubs within the next month.place meta) cans for ash disposal only next .to dumpsters But Cuddy pointed out that "We want to involve everybody-thethe sanitation department. geared only for schools. Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts. We

Despite conspicuous fire warning decals dumpsters, could not pick up metal cans. should try to come up with an innovation toglued on every dumpster in town, frequent The recommendation Cuddy decided to encourage enthusiasm." Duff said.radio spots, and signs posled on fireplaces pursue concerned the Neighborhood Duff recommended that Cuddy helpin motels and rental cabms. Cuddy said Watch program being organized by the publicize the event in the next month bypeople still are very careless about discar· Ruidoso Police Department. It was writing weekly articles relating the Impor-ding hot ashes into the trash pointed out that neighborhood "captains:' tance of cleaning the village of litter to fire

The number of dumpster fires so far this who keep an eye out for suspicious ac- prevention and the environment.winter has climbed over 30, while from tivities, could assist the fire department by The next ComFIRE meeting is schedul-November 1981 through last January, rn reonrting anvnnp who dumps ashes ed for March 17.

Downs P&Z considers mobile home regs

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CAPITAN GYM/AUDITORJUMl

Look what's If;eii,j~ ~Near the lockers and coaches' office,

there Is also a laundry room and whirlpoolroom.

At one end of the court there Is a stagethat will be llsed for musical presentationaand school programs, Lee hopes the com­

,munity of Capitan will find uses for theauditorium as well.

Some more work on the acoustics will berequired, however, before any programsare scheduled in the auditorium. While theband and cboir wen! practicing on stageFriday, their music echoed loudly throughthe auditorium. Lee expects that acoustictiles placed around the ceiling and wallswill dampen the echoes.

When they discovered difficulties withthe acoustics in the gym, Churchill Cooke'sband and choir classes just moved into themusic room next door.

"This room is great," exclaimed Cooke.who had a large hand in its design. There isone large room in which classes can prac­tice, and a series of storage and individualpractice rooms connected to it.

In the large room, one wall is mostlycovered by mirrors. Cooke said he wantedthe mirrors to help students practicingdance, voice and elementary self­expression. Friday, the choir practiced asong and dance routine in front of the mir­rors. The band and choir will perform inthe music room during the open house.

Cooke's office is in a room adjoining themusic room and has a large windowthrough which he can monitor the ac­tivities in the music room. There are twoother windows in his office that look intotwo of the five small, soundproof practicerooms.

At the entrance to the building, there is alarge lobby that will be used for dances,said Lee.

In the future Lee plans to use the lobbyfor a dining area as well. The libary whichis attached to the lohby will be convertedto a kitchen. The school has appilied to thestate for funds for the construction of anew library but Lee expects currenteconomic conditions will postpone thoseplans for at least a year.

In the meantime students of Capitanschool wilJ be benefiting from the facilitiesalready completed,

"We built this for the purpose of being a:community center," said capitan school.sUperintendent David Lee as he walked.across the maple parquet floor of the,recently completed gym and auditoriumcomplex Friday.

The 19,500-square-loot building is themost recently completed facility at theCapitan school campus. Constructionbegan in April 1982, said Lee, and classesmoved into it Monday, February 14.

The building cost $1,030,000 dollars tobuild. capitan paid $400,000 through amunicipal bond and the state pitched In$630,00 from the Critical Capital OutlayCouncil.

The school will host an open house at thecomplex Monday, February 21, from 6: 30p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Those attending the open house will findthe most dominant feature of the buildingis the basketball court. Reminiscent of awell-lit airplane hangar, it has an archedceiling that was set io place with the helpof a laser beam. said Lee. It is intendedprimarily for physical education classesand basketball practice instead of com·petitive games.

The extra practice space will be heartilywelcomed. Coach Mel Holland said itallows more physical education classes totake place at once. Before the gym wascompleted, Holland said, he had toschedule physical education classes untileight or nine at night.

Opposing football learns will also benefitfrom the new facility. said Lee. Since theold gym and stage burned down someyears ago. visiting football teams have noteven had a place to shower. he explained.

The new locker rooms and showers willfinally provide a dressing room for visitinglearns. While looking through the lockerrooms and nearby coaches' office, Leepointed out an innovative feature.

The showers have no temperature con­trols. Instead, the water temperature is

, controlled from the coaches' office, whichprevents some of the potentiallydangerous horseplay that goes on in schoollocker rooms. said Lef'

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to thepresl<l~nt. iiJclude<l Missy Gosdin,Karl Crown. Julie Bail~y and Rach~1 Gar­rett.

The club also held its monthly meetingTuesday. Lincoln County Exten$ion HomeEconomi$t Mary Ellen Paynedemonstrated proper measurem~nts r~r

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<lry and liquid Ingre<lIEints in cooking,Rick Richardson, 4-H agent, showed the

club a film about JI'lrliamentary pro­cedur~.

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The RUidoso 4-H Club vIsited th~Ruldo$o Care C~nter for Valentine's Day.<lecoratlng th~ dining room an<l $er~ingcake, cookies and mints to residents. '.

Presi<lent Shala Gosdin Introduced theclub's ollice\'ll and members, alter whichthey talked with residents about 4-H andrecited the Jlledg~ and motto. The 4-1{grouJl al$o sang for thc residents an<l

Livestocl~ committeemeets Thursday

The Junior Livestock Sales Committeemeeting is scheduloo for 7' p.m. Thursday,February 24, at th~ fall' building Incapitan.

The Lincoln C!lunty Fall' BQard willmeet at 7 p.m. Monday, FCeb1'1lary 28, atthe fall' buU<ling in caJlilan.

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Mrs. Jerry Burchett of Hondo. wasseleete<l FFA Member of Ihe Month forDecember by the Hondo chapter of FutureFarmers of Americll.

Doretla, a senior lit Hon<lo SChool, hasbeen a member or FFA for four years. Shehas particiJl'ltoo In the Greenhand QuizContest, Greenhand Creed Contest.Greenlland and ChaJlter FlIrmer PublicSpeaking Contests, and Is currently serv­Ing as DistrictVFFA treasuter and HondoChapter .Jlresident.

MembCrs are seleetoo on the basis ofFFA activilies" leadership. aill)ify and,grade$. h " ...... •• t .~ ...

Team On~, made up of J~nnlfer Cooperof the Hondo chapter and Warr~n Russell'and BiIl'Hefner of the Corona chaJller, tooka IIrst Jllac~ in ste~r judging and a thirdJllac~ In steerjudglng. ~

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son of the lIQndo chaJlter and Alvie McKIb­ben and Jim Larr~more of the'Coronachspter.

G~rg~ Washington's birth<lay In respectfor his llreat le,!dership an<l Jlion~~rlng

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Chris ClementS. son of ,Mr. and Mrs. TedClem~nts of Picacho, WIlS selected FAAMember of the Month for January by thcHondo chapter of FUture Farmers ofAm~rlca.

, 'Chiis: Ii sOpbomore at'a~ildo ScIiool, ftpsbeen an l"FA member for two yellrs: Hehas pal'ticipated In the Greenlland QuizContest, Gre~nhand Creed Contest,Greenhand Public Speaking Ccmtest andjudging contests, and Is currently servingas District V FFA reJlOrter and chapterreporter,

His SUJlervlsed Occupational Ex·perience Program is Fish and Wil<lllleManagem~nt. He won an award ftom theslate FFA IlIst year In that field.

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Lincoln County 4-lI members competedsuccessfully In th~ ,ree~t IntetnationalLivestock sale and Rodeo judging contestree~ntly In E' Paso, Texas. .

The six jUillor 4-H'C\'ll who accompaniedcounty, 4-H agent Rick Richardson corn·peted all two teams In' the New M~xlcoState Unlversity·sponsored contest.-

,cei~bratelll63 -FFA. W~I< Feb1'1laryl~26 ... .Ouring ~~ w\!!lk the slate's 64 chapters

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The FUll Gosp!!l BusinessMen groUJl IssponsOring.a seminaI' on dtu~. crime,iIIcobol /,lnd prison Ille from 8 a.m. to 5p.m. SlltutdaY, Febl'Uary 26, at First Bal'"tist Church of Capltall. .. There is ilQcharge fot the seminar. Tlul

public IS Invited to heat ChrIstian llletestimonies.

The World War n 315th TrODJl Carriei'GrouJl AssocIation is s..ek!ng to 1DC1l~LeoM. Smith, a member of th~ 315th duringthe war, who was from capitan. . .

Anyone with intonnaUOn should WriteRobert L. Cloer, 1417 Valley View Drive,Yuba City, CA 95991.

Jeanne Culbetlson or Fort Stanton hasbeen named to lead Ute 1983 spring ~am·paign for cystic fibrosis there.

As chairperson of an AJlrl\ 13 walk'-a­thon, she will lead a committee ofvolunteers to raise money for the fightagainst the disease.

Infonnatlon on th~ walk-a·thon isavailable from Culberison lit 354-2211,

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The salvation Army truck wlll be inRuidoso from 9 a,m. to 3 Jl.m. Thursday,F~bruary 24. •P~rsons wlth Items th~y need Jllcked uJl

(aJlJlllances, furniture, clothing, etc.)should call the Cbamber or Comm~rce at257·7395 days, 01' Barbara DuCf at 257·2340eventngs, to be put on the list for Jlickup.

Nuclear war to be .discussed by doctor

;, "WhAtiiff II on.e-lIIeg6tonbolllb 'Wered/'oPlIelf'oo AI~?'J' wlll1le·:Uietl!P111'c)\' spea,ker!Eil'. Karen Apodacll ab ameeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, February 24,at the Ruldoso Public Library.

AJIOdaca, a memw of Physicians fol'Soclll1 RespOnsibility, wlll address th~medicalefreets and consequences of anuclear war.

, AccQrlllng to Todd Proctor, Jlresident of .. the capitan .chapter, local members wlllJliint II cbaJlW newsletter.

The La Junta Extensloll. Club li~tenedto .three preselllat!ons during thelt meeting . ' I'~A Week has traditionallY IncludedFebruary 16at~ehome olMrs. Hazel At.

th~. PhYlits~uin\VilltgavurePOrt~n Capitan stlJdentearns awardthe seeondRegional Family CommunityTraining' lnStlt!lte h~ld February 6-11 In CaJlit,mHlgh Schoolseniol' DavidPorUMl!, Oregon. Th"jlrogrllm fOC\lSes on Kell~r, son IIIMr. and MI'S. Phil Keller Drstrengthen\nll. wOmen's eapabUllies' Inlea<l~rshlp.!Uld thel1' rol~ In Jlubllc polley . Fllrt Stanton, was namoo wlooer of th~ an­inlonn8!ion. It.is,spo~red bi tha W. K. nusl Bausch and Lomb Science Award at

U F dati d E t I SC the capltah SChools.Ke Qgg . OUll lin an x ens Qn 1'- The award, a handsome bronze medal, isv1cl!S of six Western states. ~,......:-::t.....lI "':-rh ·!['"nr tr ~~.·:nnerc: .,t "lore '

Alice Booky gave asllde presentation on , "the lflp sh~ tool<' to the+-H WesternLeadersbiJl Roundup In Denv~r, Colorado.

,M!'. an<l.Mrs. Freddie Lee McTeigue, Drthe Hondo Valley CP-OJl. spoke on diet Iln<lnutrition.

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..very good baskelball program In that townalld they shot very well In the first half.

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W,rriors iustmISS:I~~'lc.~r,·. ',\'Ivo points and'a lew•.aeconds were Iill ".A1!alnstT Ill,' a, :we plaYlld OUr best, . TI1e~arrlors. ~erehamperecl. b»th~· . aitll toJiranked <!obi'll 81gb ~1lo!!1'lhl~!hilt kept thll Yllung Ruidosl> High School' 8Ilmg,llf.the seaslln. WheJ\ Wey wentl,Jltoab,sence. of ./!ellior . Grafll' Wl,lIil!mso~. w=~~morsWin ~nsie wl\h Tubirosl! .

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A d·5' ,. ....., ". .The WlIrriors dnlpped a cliffhanger~28 . ~'The l'lds havCl Improved .II lot. tbls tlon anll ().IT IIV~al.l•. The Wa,l'I'lors. wIn" ... CQbr':. :i.!:! . t" ~~ .the 'Warrlqrs.; roun' p"0 r·ts· . '. deciilionto 'l)1Ithor Cllnse<nrences (or orc)~ason.Jiiveryw!\e1'l' we go, people lire tell'eonelu(!e~ dlsthd,tl!gulll.r sellsonwl!ll 1#.0 IlJl......a~II..,..~ .....• '.' .. .. . .'. . '. . '.. . ..•. . . . '. '. . '. " Friday, Oll!lalurday, nU,ldllS(l traveled to Ing u$.howmllcji better they've,become.". .lIome:gllmes lIgl\lnst'1'l!l~ros~ 1I~S\!bQOI.· ,.:41 tWQ YieellSllg".. ;" ...;,.f· .

PemlngHigh SehOlllanl\ drllppefl an 1I5"'~ . ..... . , . game to tile hoot WUr;lC!ll$. " '. . '

W· .-.'th . . lIullt WM th~T or C contest which bad,.Warrior fans pr~lng for a vletoty. . , ..• .,lUllllli' gIlat'd Gilhert .nlvera hlt.1I sh"ctJump shot with two SecolldS remallJlng In

. the game to narrow the Tiger edge to two'. : POlllts. Tile Warrll't'll tried to call tilJle. out·

buUlllIe ranoutbolfore they .hlld a'chanceto do so; nuldQSo WllS burt by a couple of

It's aU go for the second annUIII Inn DC were from·lhe L1ncolllCQunty area. ::t':~~~~W$ in.the lastfew mlolltesthe Mountain GodS p,.o,Am CeleblityGolf Elclie)berger's mother has a bl)me ill .' . .. . .'TOUnllllnent. • .. Alto vUlage, .so be wasn't a stranger to The Warriors had battled .back from .a

.The tournamellt will be Monday; . thl!llC parts. . seven-point deflelt twice to almost pl.lll theSeptember 19. Last year's first pro-am Several pro goifers !IIId celebrities game out, The Warriors trailed by" 21H5tournament WlIS on October 11, and this C!lncelled out lIf1astyear's tournament,llI' margin at the third.quar~r break andyear's C!lrlier date·may make for better eluding former Dallas Cowboy standout Rtadually eutinto the T 01' C edge in thecrowdS In Ihe gallery,' ,. Don Meredith.. final period. . .

"We think It will help us draw a better . With, a yflllr under Its belt, the tourna- '. 'it ~a~ a closegaine all the way, Arter T. croWd," Inn golf professional Jack ment shoilld have more drawing' power or C took a 3-0 advantage In tbe first

Warlickllllld, "September 19 was the only . with pro golfers and celebrities thill tillie . miJiute or the contest, Ruidoso scored aopen date on Ihe schedule Which dldiI't in' around. .. '. . ' . field goal to cut the margin to 3-2.terrere with the golfers' sched/jles. We're The pro golfers wha'competed ill lastmore apt to Catch some· of the· summer year'$ !oUrplIment spoke. highly of the .Then lheTigers saw the Warril)l'$ in acrowd because of theellrlier date," course and the surrounding area, and wUl zone defense and welltinto some stalling

Last year's tournament ollly drew about probably Inform their fellow players on the tactlC$, passing 'the ball around lind not300 spectators, but. Warlick Is optimistic pro tour about·the Inn. '. shootlllg until all easy shot could he had..there wUl be a 'mueh bigger crowd ·this ."We expect to !IlIve some more details nuidoso made a IrE!\! throw and the firstyear. . abOut the tournament In a couple of quarter enlled 1':1 II 3-3 tie;

"I think we can get around 1,000 peOple," weeks," lllIi~ Warlick. "But tbe toul'lll,l- . The pace quickened a bit In the secondhe said. "We've got a lot more lime to get ment Is ~n.tely on." period, T or a took !l five-point lead butIt ready and publicize the tournament." If the pro-am tournament is a: big sUe- H. R, Lueras or the Warriors hit a field

The tournament sh9U11I draw a much .~ this year, It should mQke Il name·for·. gOlllto cut the margin to tbrel!.llt 14).7.bigger crowd this year slllce il comes right the Ruidoso area In pro golf circles, ' The two teams traded baskets and tileafter the Labor D!ly weekend, usually Tigers toolc a $lim 12-9 advantage' into theRuidoso's busiest tilJle of the year. . , .locker room at halftime.

Last year's touma.ment ffllltured 11 pro, Staying on the sub'ect of golf. Cree T C t k .' . tid t I .fesslonal golfers and actor Dale Robert- ' or . 00 a. S<lven·pom ea Wce m'on. DaveElchel....-er won the pro hham' MflllkdOWS Country Club Is hosting an the third period as both learns coritlnued~ -.. rd ~ "Es ImoScramble" Sunday, February 'n. their stalling tacli.cS. Ruidoso clllSed thepionship with a course reeD seven-under· . There will be a shotgun start at noon for Tiger margin !O'20-15 lit the quarter's endpar 65. Brad Bryant~s team and John the la:hole tournament. The entry f- of d th d t . d f Ih W rrI ., •..·'-·'te'v" squad I,'ed 'd· the prh··.m I,·tle.· ~. an e crow go Tell y or ea. ors""""". ~ ~ .' • ~ $IS can be paid up until the time of the ost exh'tlng quarter of the yMr. Most of the amat..". golf.."" who playedtoumament. m ~I ,_ •

, Rivera led the WalTior scoring with 14. points on live .field goals and four frE!\!

throws. Lueras added six points. CyrusSimmons tallied'five and &-3 CiJrtis I'afmerhad !brei!.

No T or C player scoredin double figuresbut the Tigers bad five playersh*t the scor­Ingcolumn,

nuidoso was hurt In the first half by poor'free Ihrow Shooting. The Warriors missedfive front-enders ofolJCo!l.nd-onesituations.

The game at.Demlng was never l'elIlly Indoubt as·!be Wildcats jumped off to a 21-6first-quarter advMtage.and crulsed In'from there.

. The Wildcats led 46-18 at halftime and61-33 at the end of the Ihil'd quarter. Oem·ing hit 68.Percent IIf its shots from the fieldIn the first .balf. .

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·do School while f1fUl-seeded Weed Schoolwill host sil<th-seeded Lake Arthur HighSchool. •

Thursday the tournament will switch toHagerman for the quarter-finals. '

Second-seeded Hagerman will play thewil\JJer of the Weed·Lake Arthur coniestwhlIe third·seeded CloUdcroft HIgh SChoolwill meet the winner of the Carrizozo-Hondo gslne. . . '

, FrIday the wiriners of the quarter.flnalgames wlll play for the right to meetCapitan for the dlslrlct ehampionshlp.

halftime.The 'l'lgers again came through with a

blg third quarter, scoring 13 points to justlHor the hosts. Capitan led 50-36 going into'the final quar!!lr and continued to pad itsmargin. "

Davis led the Tiger scoring with 20points and also picked off 11 rebounds.Cummins scored 16 points and Proctor 13.Parker added eight rebounds.

"We didn't really play that welt MaillStTatum," said Tiger head coach KendallLawlis. "Sllll, we had an ,excellent effortfrom our bench In both games. I thlnk ourIlench Is better than any other [n the,district." .

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Capitan. now 17·3 on the overall season,will get a bye \IOtll the district flJlais atHagerman High School because the Tigerswere the top-seeded team In the tourna·ment with a perfect 8-0 district ·l'CCard.

'l'he Tigers had to struggle a bit at firstbut used a strong thlrd quarter to routvlsltlngEstancla 76-S3Fr1day night. Batur·day Capitan traveled to Tatum and toppledthe hosts 50-36. ., Agalust 1!:stancia, theTlgers led by justtwo pointst 1&-14, at the first-quarter ~::::~:::"(.::::"'~-;::~~~::;:*:::'$:~::::~?;'::f.:~:*:::-SK-::$'m.~~:*:'>~;~;':i:$:'}~;:;:;:;~:*:-;'*:-;'::;:;:;~:Z~:$;:X).;~;~:$;"(.;:.g.;~:x::;'~#$~;:;:;:;':;:;:;:break. Estancia took a slim 29-28 advan- . '

~~~1i:;OTi~::.oc:o~r:a~~athalftimllbut The, Bowl,-,ng A'lley·Capitan outscored tI1e visitors 24-6 In thethlrd quarter to take a 52-35 advantage intothe last period. The Tigers equaled th/llr' • "third guarler searing output with another24-polnt bUrst to put away the victory. Tuesday Morning

Capitan got excellent balance In its scor- Ladles' Leaguelug attack. Robert Parker poured in 18 Team Standings W .Lpoints and grabbed off elght rebounds. Ed· 1 Brunell's 52Y.! 27Y.!die Davis added 18 polllts, while Panny 2'1'roSkiSporls 511k 28Y.!Cummins and Gid Alien eacli added lQ 3' Hughes llodyShop 45 3S 'points, the ratter~comlng off the bench. 4' RuidosoStateBank 45 35Todd Proctor led the Tlger re!lPllnd,"..· RWith nlne.llt'8bs offlhe boards' . S. Barney ue ,u.-aqg ""JI.I"-:liil... h~.:..

. The eqntclst against Tatltrn·s.wcapllanc; ~'~~m';~~blng\?Ci l,; 'i) ~'tl40rr''iO,z1 p. ,.-jump orr to a1IH4 edge In !;he first q\lllrter 8: FlehartyFollies 39 41and Increase that margin to 32.25 at 9. H.E. Graham 39. 41

A ~tal;'f nin~ nUidoso Higtj Scllool pounds, ,;Jam':" Herrllr~;lt 157 pilUnd$ and"II . "·Iifl~" ~or n-t w~~"end's Gary Burgess at 165 pounds.. "~AM. 3t';isi~;;outnam;~t asiii: War. Rue took an easy vlcto.i'Y over a wrestler,riOrlt filiished in a ·Ulird·place. tie at the fromSllveroCltyjn/hisfirstml;ltChl,ln<l.wqudlstrict 3-AM tournament Frlll!iy after. . thll champIonshIp match when '!is oPpG-noon at DemIng Hil\ll SCh!lOI..' , ' n~nt from ~Qbre was called for. illS fourth

,. : .." '...', ,'peJialty.pOlnt,anautol)1a~iadefaultylctoryRUldosoecored 93 POlUl$ alollg, ~t~ for Rue. Henry wae .leadIng at the bm/l by

qobrll High SC~Q(l1 In the team C(I!Dpe~I-' an 8-3 score. .' '. .tj~n.aost D!ilJlmg "",,on ~eChalJlP~OllS~IP .Ci~aulopjllDed a wrestler from Cobre In

, wltll 175·pomtl; whll~. S,lver 91ty HIgh his first match and tooka3-l victory overSchQOI wlls seclllld w!th ·14a pomts. New .Altonso Vigil of NMMl'i!! th~champion-Mellic!;' Millta!y. Institute (N~MI) was shlp.match. '. .

.fifth WIth '!6 pomts and ~ew M:81<ICO School . Ciraull\' took a 3-0 edg~ ilV~1' the NMMJ .'forth~ Vls~lI? ~l1d'caPPed. INMSVH) wrestler in the finals cando controlled the

." was last as ,t dldn t score. . . match thro\lghout; accor!lmg t!' Warrior'Scott Ciraulq at 167 [lQunds and Henry heac1caach ~rald Ames•

. , Rue at 12& pounds led the wayfor RUidoso It was. the .four.th lillie this seaSon," ." as they each took first place illtheir weight. C!raUIO and Vigil h~d wres~le<1 each other.

. . classes. CIraulo ha~won tWICe, Vigil won once and."•... ,,"''''-, . Other Warriors to, qualify for the s,tate theotber end<;<i in a 1-1 ~aw. .

tournament Included Chad Surmi'ck at 105 Schmidt. Pierce. ll':!d s.w.aland~r ~achpounds, Ohu.ck' Sc\!midt at 112 pounds, finished third In ·the!r weIght dMslOJlS

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Deming led almost the entire contestagainst the Warriors and Is in first place in,the dlstrlct j\lnlor varsity league., '

Kenny Espinosa led the Ruidoso attackwith 10 points. Pearson added silt points ­and Ullmann, wha played just one halt.had four. Langston'scored fivepoints whileEaster and Lopez each tallied four.

!!hot., Mark Langston led the WaITiors 'Vith 12

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'l'he game was close most of the way,with the two learns' tied at 21-21 enteringhaltUme. Ruidoso took a 34-30 lead after!hl'ee quarters and builtIt to the 45-36 edgewlle.n frestunsn Dan Ullmann sank a jump

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Ruidoso h!!ld on to nip Truth or Conse- .quen~ HIgh SChool 4H4Fr1day night In 'RuIdoso. .However, the Warriors fell to,powerful Deming High SChool Saturday bya $!-33scO\'e on the winners' court.

mum OR CONSEQUENCES (44)Halbco*k. IHl-l8; H8\'OZ, $-1-7; Chavez,·3-2-4; C. Saenez, 2-1-5; L. Saen811. 1-o-:t,GUner, 2-2~; Trujillo, 1-0-2; TOTALS,

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Ruido.so junior varsity cagers split

Sports'l'herewUl be a b'asketball tournament at Wednesday, March 2.

d -y'-I··t-'8S Mescalero Cbmmunlty Center, Friday, Both the cluimplonship and eonsolaUona I . Saturday and Sunday, March 4-6. .brackets will have trophies for the top four. . !earns. 'l'here wfll also be a sportmanshlp

. The tournament will have open compeU- trophy awarded, an all-tournament team

th-. k !lon a'!d competlUon for men six feet tall picked, and a Most Valuable Player· I,e."'ee and Ui14er•. lt.~.be.spopsoF!!ll.l;ly.the, .\I<!nored. . .Ail.".., ,,'i, ,;".', ."a.MescaJ~~ll.I~ .1t~J$\Q~~~lPTo~<\!Ji •.;.... For.. Jurther InformaUon, contact·HBflo'

'"..hi", -•• " :dn...'" " Only the I...,,{ 1 ·tealnS uUif"lgn up ,or. rison Carrlllo at 671-4494, el<lensfon 243. orM6n(1lly: Monda)ClI'Iornlng Ladles the tournament wlll be accejlted. 'l'l1ere Is A1llert Platts at P.O. Bo~ 262 Mescalero

League at Holiday Bowl. an entry fee of $50 and the deadline Is NM .' ,Tutsday: Tuesday Morning Ladles . .

League andTuesday Night Mixed Leagueat Hollday .Bowl. .

Wednesday: Wedllesday Night MixedLellgue at Holiday Bowl. .

ThursdaY: Thursday Morning LadlesLellgue at Holiday Bowl.Frlda~~FdosO H[gh School boys vars[·

ty and or varsity buketball !earns ~boet Tulal'Ollll HIgh SChool. Ruidoso HighSChool wtUlIIng team in AAA state meetat Aztec ll\gh School. .

Saturday: Ruidoso H[gh SChool boysvarsity and junlar l'arslty basketballteams to host Cabre HIgh School. CapitanHlgh SChool~ varsity baskelballteam .In dlslrlct cllamplonshlp game at Hager. .man HIgh SchoOl. Ruidoso High SchoolWreStIlng learn In AAA state meetat AztecHigh SChool.

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. Ther,e's sQmetbiJlll abQut lnil J!llks' In. "However, his footwork and left were Purtcnlng,al1i11t~ and ri~re<! Sallis Qnee.vil!itionaltbat brings QUI the bi$t ill LIIs, greal. He's never fought this guy before." HQWever, tbe Roswell'l1o:xer gQt u, andPIe<lrasBQlUng Team (LPBT)' boller ' W!tile Jefferson enjoYe<! hl~ victory, his fil\!Sbe<!slrnng.·· '. . . 'l\evln Jefferson. "I..PB'l'. teammate Oavld OrdQrica was other COl1lpetil1on on the evening saw

'FQr the second year In. II row, Jefferson agaln.·denie<! a chance tohQ:X as nq one Steyll:Go~les of npsw.ell decision JaVierwas name<! MQ$t outstanding Bo:xer at thll with Ills. IllCPerience and weight was Mllrqu~ Of Dexteri.1\ a 7Q-JlOUIlIl bout; . .Invitational, whic\1 took placil Saturdl\y aVIIlIable. . " . SintonSals Of Roswellilecision Tllrry con.Qight .at the Elks Club \1eforearounll 150 ."H' t 11 k; " MI' . ley.of Iie:xlllr lit 75 pOlIJllls; salvsllorfans. ,Jefferson share<! ~e.MQst Outstan- ' .. es· 00 we .~own now, u qUelln Briseno,declslansauIPllrezofDe"~rat80ding BO:Xllr title wlUt Albllrl ~onlOya of ,s!,11l of °rdQi'\cll• 'l'hlly ~ven know about pounlls; !lnll Gilnll Gul~r~ af Roswell..Roswell ' . ' II\Jt.I.noW In J\lbuquerque.· ., . ~~-I I B bb A _ d.... f CI k'"

Ji ff • . . . ' Montoya took on Laurence Castillo in an """' S on 0 Y",..,en"",,~Q ar s In a 'eerson t~k a lIard-foullht, deciSion exhibition ss..pound bOut and looke<! 1m- il5-~lid bout.;· ' " , .

over Hector Pa~ Qf :J;)l!ll;ler In tile fourlh" . . ".. In other exhitiiiloQ bouts, AI\1erl Sais ofbo.UI Qf tllll Ilvening. 'l'~~ Willte MOQntain . presslVe. , . '. . _ . .. ROSwell and Bobby Ho<Iges Of Ol!ll;ler bo)<·Jl4jdc!1e Scllool sludllOl sUffered a bloolly But perhaps tbe \1est bout of tllllllvllnlOg e(! at 65 pounds, Jerry, Ro<I:Pgue~, ofnose but came hack to win Ibe'boUI as all wasanotller exhibition, this Ollllillvolvll\ll Roswell andJQIl A,lvar~ of Olll\ter COI1l­five Judges ;vote<! in favor of111m. Jefferson Ray .C'lstlllo Qf Olarlt's ,13Q:Xlng Club In. 'PIlte(! ilt 1115 POllJlds, anll EmIl8t.Garajal Oftltrew Ute majority Qf punclles 111 all three Hatch allll'GregSalas.ofJtoswell. '. Olarll'. hQXe<!'SlllIlI Mllll8e11 Qf Magda1e!lll .rounds. .. .... atJ2Q WIU1$. . . "

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Let US 'alwaysremcmber the true 'bir­thdays of.Wasblllgton .and. Lincoill.especilt1ly; .and as many others as we ~all'such as Tbomas Jefferson, April 13;Ulysses Grant, April 27; alld TeddyJ\oosevelt October 27. ..

THere w.as bIlrdly a mention of Lil1colll'sblrtbday In thepa~ or the T,V.

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TIre Birthdays of WasblllglOn and J"IlI- • WashlJiglon's LifecoIn. are-. to be celebrated togetber ' ALastlllg IlIslplraliollFI!bruary21, the dIly this mesgage.reacbes . .Rel11~inbel'illg tbe blrlhdliyt; of LincolnyW. Igt!essthislsa~rlgbtasfarasitgoes alld Washlllgton during the "Birthday'..., bet~r tban, notll~, maYbe, althOl1gb Month" always .leaves us feeli"g. with ourLincoln S ~il'thdaY·. IS thetwe1fth alldbeart and step bjlbter aSOl1r tbankfl1lnessWllshlngtoll s the ·lWellty-secolld. . .111 being AmcrlcallS'o\'ecelves a "lIew'

THere will~ dIlllger of the true blrtbday btrth." .. dill!' of oUfgreat men being lost In lbe Together,t~clivesofthetwol11enformasbuffle. coinplete picture oE America. _.'.' .

Lil1coln; Qn the.olle balld, was bQjon illto. tbe deepest of poverty alld hardsbJp; and

Washlllgloll, on tbe olher. was born of.Wjlalthy parellts, allcestors of nobilit~ ­and· Washlllgton. became tbe WealthiestAmerican of bls tiine, .

President Reaga" said tbatfrom Olleside or the s\atl1e in the Llncolll Memorialyou' could see all expression of strengthand courage, and from the othet side kind-ness and compassion. .

"To know the greatness of America wepeed only look at the life of Abraham Lin·, .«:oln," said President Reagall.: Here In LIncoln County the spirit and thememory Of "Honest Abe" bas a s~lal .meall1ng. . ..

: TIrestate jllStbarely missed belllg Called"LIncoln". And a largeC9unty, comprisillgooe Courth. of the state, was the 0l'ig11l81JJncoin County, il1 aize tile equal of thestate of IndlaIl8. later divided up il110&.even preseJit-dity cOlinties. . . ..·'.New~WlIJ~llil"'a"iW'l!"'.ar~4Jn.Iioi-'~1n'.-6\IO~tl- yOlil:'clUJd Itlltd1yfind a .

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write a check some. places, while others.want a thumbprint In blood.

Yo1ll' honse Is for sale.'The status mode of transportation is the'

Jeep Wagol\eerWith fake wood trim, andthe "people's car" Is the Subllru stationwagorl.

You knoW you're llvingln }{uldOSP when...One personabdicates as champloilletter

to theedllnr writer, and others appear tocontend for thetlUe. . '

YOI! (orget it's notWIse to drlvefastleav­ing the post officeparkfug lot. ,

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YOU know you're living In Ruldoso when...You can go jPgglng and relish the fact

that you're Inhaling deeply pf clean. air.You can. go In a smOKe-filled village

council meetingand wish YOU wereout jog­ging instead.

You see the same people's picture In thepaper over and over. (Smile, Richard.)

slonalislll lluit would dO anY department.ptolld, but IIll members areona first-namebasis with everyone. . '. .

Your paper girl (Carroll Miller) drivesher route· In ajeep,and getaThe News toreaders whatever the weather.

U' . • " ,. Yciukeep waiting (or'gasoline prices to

follow the nallolllli trend and go down ,..and willt\ng ••.; and walUng ....

liivety'onesupports the·high $cbool.f(lOt,bali teal1'l, 'ande'lletyil\ie IllIiores the highschool basketball teams. .

. People send slnl!lng val~iltlnes In frielldswhose unlVeniity they want to put dOWn.

We1I, I'm s1ll'e ~o~ can think o( others. ItyClIl do, please (eel(i'ee lo send me a letterwith y01ll' own ''YOIlknows.' . .. In :clOil/!g, letmlf al!llin borl'OW fromtlaVli:Norilitrlnd wM.wrole "YOU knowliOU're IiYinI! In '.At~ <ll.U1dlH!O)when you'u p81'fectty"satlstllid ltalylng

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Of course, the question' arises .whether lodgers; taxrevenue, which ostensibly mUllt b/ill used to promotetourism, could be applied toward the establlshm/illntof a crud foundation,

And mare, importantly, perhaps this yukklest farmof human suffering would be alleviated.-"-TP (crudvictim)

"Crud'i .isd/illfinedby WebstElr'~ Third New Interna­tianql Dlctlon(irYas "a usually III-defined or im-perfeet!y iden!ifi~d bodily'disard~r." .

The' latest wave of thi$ malady ha$ decimated entireoffices, filled doctors' waiting roams to overflow>ing, and left those who havethu$ far e$capedwandering, "Will I be next?"

.If the foundation became world-renowned.however, l.t would certaln.ly generate' a lot ofpublicity for Ruidoso. Doctors would flock here to'join tlie vanguard of crud research. bringing theirgolf clubs and American Express Gold ,Cards•

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me-and others fam\llllr with our state'slargest city would rmd a lot In chuckleabout and say "amen" to In Nordstrand'spiece. For example:

"You know YOU're living In Albuquerquewhen... .

You can hit the golf or tennis ball until 10.a.m. and be skllng by 1 p.m.

You're third in line at a stop sign behindtwo tumbleweeds the size of la-wheelers.

You can't eat.a hamburger or pizza·UnIess they have a heap of greencblll onthem. You know you'r~ living in Ruidoso when

You understand 'The Pit' is not the best ...place In iakeyour oul-of-town relatives for No one sta~mad at anyone for too long.barbecue ribs." No one has seen the latest movies people

interestingly, the item Dave chose to' everywbere else are la1klng about.lead off with applies to Ruidoso better than . No one is sure whether those moviesit does In A1buquerque-"You know... have ptayed here and left, or not.When 'Formal attire' means putting onpressed jeans and polished cowboy boots." You know you're living In Ruldoso when

But! think Mr. Nordstrand did a fme job ...of capturing the essence of Albuquerque, You neverlail'tll be awed by the sight ofBnd he inspired me to attempt a similar Sierra Blanca, dominating tile skyline..list for Ruidoso. So here goes. You have favorite trees around Inwn

You k,now you're JIving In Ruldoso when that you always make it a point In lQOk atas you walk or drive by.

Once In a while you look around you andthink, "Wow, t live in the mountains.'"

...You drive along the main street with no

idea where the center stripe or lane stripesare.lt grates on your ear to hear someone

pronounce the name of your InWn, "Ree­uh-dosa.... .

YOI! can't go In the post office, banIt orgrocery slnre without bumping Inln one orseveral people you know,

., You know you're living In Ruidoso wheil."

You can g!l. trout fishing before work,after work or at lunchtime. In the moun­tain stream that runs throUgh town or themountain lake thnt Is the village watersupply. . .

The "spring thaw" happens five or sixtimes In one Winter, makingIt a hoPeless

.propo.sltlon to try In keep your car cleail.SchoolchUdrlln can take an afternoon

every week and go skiing,

YOU know yoti'~ living In Ruidoso wlim:,1110 • ••

.YOU lll'Umble about Texas drivCrs when• one mak!!S a dlllhb l1'Iove In traffic, then·

notice the offending vehicle has New Mex-Icaplatcs.. .

YOIl spend the latter patt of iJUI!lrnerwaiting for ta~lng season to hurry up.ndend, then notice kind of an empty feelingwhen It does. .

You get phpne caJls from relatives orvaguety remelPbeted famtly friends thatstart,. "We were paislhgthrbugh town andthought we'd give you a call."

. . You kilow YO\l,'te ilvln~ III RUlcfuso whilJl .HI , •

'\(Olt CAiI !jj4vll'Y61ll' bOuse .tCl minutesbatore youhllve to be: llomewhereandmake \t With tll1'Ie'to spare. ..The polite force d~plaYi 11 .prof~-

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SUBSCRiPtiON RAnS .IN ADVANCESingle copY,25c; Single Copy by Mall, liOC;'6 months outof County,

$20; withi'! County, $1$; 1 year out of County, $22; within County; .$20;Home D.e!ivery, $2.!iO per month. . .

The R.uidoso News reservesth.e right to reject advertising and editcopy thai it considers objectionable'. Liability for any error in adver­tising shall not exceed th~ v:a1ue of the actl;ll\l space ill whic~ the error' .occurs and shall be satisfIed by correcbon in the next Issue.9all257-4001 for Home Delivery.

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In The Ruidoso Inlll

FAT CACTUS IS BACKWITH SPECIALGUEST STAR. LONG JOHN HUNTEB-.. .' ,

"Rock And Roll Legend ofThe S.."thwe.....; .(played With DB King)

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.. Kenneth Green,'PrjlSjdellll'Wlllter L. Green, Vice PrC$i4ent, at 1?12'. . SUdderth Drive, and entered as'second class matter at Ihe postOffice

at RUld(Jll..9JN.M. 8lI315. . '. . . .' ... Ken ;lnd ~ry Green :. " ,. _ " ~ubhshers

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CAT ATTACK

STOPI STOPl No more cat attacks, pu­leeze. The Leader has been besieged withthe Heathcliff VB. Garfield debate. Wemade a bad mistake starting a cat right,and It has raged out of control for rivedays.

We thoUghl that this would be a goodway to make an editorial declslon withdirect reader Involvement. Really. whocould imagine anything more clvllli.edthan a ballot taken ,on which Is the mOltpopular can·Alter all, the electoral pro­~eS$ Is the way we tty In run things In thIscountry,

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SOc H~tDogs And AllT~eFixings!',C,l;, ...~e· ~/• .I_ ~~..

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The linea are forming at the Income tax There are only two places In which In writeJln'IIDren' oIfil:elj. A new form, llIbJed a~ figures. One of them follows the Il!'Iulry,"Simplified lIMO," is beln" paS$ed atollnd "H'ow mucb money aid' yoU maKe last·

o year1" .town, and Is getting a few chuckles and The other blank follows. the Instructton,some meaningful groans.llob Brody hand-ed one In In us, and we have seen several "SendIt In.'' -llop Graham, Lovingtonothers. . ' Dally Leader ..,.. , ~~

II • AnENTIONI" ,~ .'"' III '~ WRITERS AND PHOTOGRAPHERS .- II 'rite Ruido.o New. wlll colUllder for publication artlde. and II p\otograplt. of tOCClI and area Interest. For style and payment i!II gvldelinu contact Barby Grant or nm Palmer at 257-4001.1I til. Ruido.o NeWI ClCcept. no re.ponslbility for material illI ....iffed. All material i. .ubject to editIng at th.e cIt.cretlon .i!~ of the Ruldo.oNews.il!A. of(

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... Fe' eating and drinking establishlDent next Interents;' a way pf belonging. ., door to the State Capitol: All that helps' to create a warm at-

The pla~e is so popular with plIlIllcians mosphere, aU year round.' ..and th~e'wbodeal with Pl'llliclanS that Its . Do big deals get cut here, as is sometime

: 'DOme has become \Ilmost generic, as In the rumored? .' .-: plJrase, Ab, that's .0nlYII Bull :Rlng.type Maybe ·so. Maybe not. .' •. .rumpr · . . . \I<luch C)f the conversation seems to have: Wl1y does one place become exceptional. as m!lch·tn do wilhpas~ pollttcal tri"mphs~. Iy popular with ol}e group of people, while as.Wlth present ones. .

others, .equally atlra~t1ve,· never draw At the table next to you, when somebody.. quite the same type of trade? ' talks about House Joint Resolution 8, he's.. Well, there's the location, of course. Be- as liable to be talking about the measure

iog the Clrst pillce up. the streetCrom the with that design.atlol1 back In the llr/8 seS'Roundhouse at which food and drink nre slon as the one so described this year.available doesil't hurt. . There's a lot of "Remember when ...?"

. . . going on here.Sut that'doesn't a.ccnunt for everything n has been suggested that the ladies who

either.. . .cpnductInurists and other visitors through·'To attract·certain people, you need a .the Roundhouse,. giving, their genUe lec- .

certain ambiance. .' tures as they roll along, should add the'1'hat this plac!' must have, which is why Bull Ring In the InUI'. .

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.' see Jlot only state employees by the score In understand the way New Mexicobul also those'fr:om organiza(lons like !h.e Politics Is pra~ticed, ..Municipal League, the Retail Assoclabon A regular reader of this column inand the 011 and Gas AssociaUon, as well as southern new Mexico, up here on officialother lobbYists and favpr-seekers or all business last week, confessed she Is oftenkinds. . • disturbed by some of the things she reads

Yes, there are ordinary people too - here. . "cltizeils from all overthe state and tourists Vexation seemed to be the feeling she CLONED' CALVES BRING $$' volvement this would trigger. You have.

. aswell. was describing. '. never heard such outbursts of Indignation.But the atmosphere is deClnltely "NoW why does he say thai?" sheadmits . ' nor seen such rlstshaklng as we have been

plIlltical. has often been her reaction. A pair of unborn calves, "cloned" at Col- exposed to. The 124 written ballots we got .U toJl(lme that sounds forbidding, It Isn't Now all that's changed. She has been. orado State University, recently brought on the subject are only part ot the slnry. It

really. One of the things about those who here and watched hoW things work. Now, $47,000 lit a Kentucky cattle auction. The was that tide ofemotion on the subject thattake up polltlcslla a full· or part-time pro- she says she knows why the writer says calves, to be born next year, were bought 'bowled us over, and we got illn person andfeS$lon Is that ibey normally are people the thingS he does. by Claus von,Franzius of ~hwar~creek, on the telephone. . .wbo like other people, You couldn't do the And part of her visit was an experience Michigan, during a sale In Kentucky. A Well, you will want the results, whetherthings such jolls require, unless you like of the Bull Ring. doctor who helped develop the cloning pro- you li!<e them or not, so there they are: ...

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--ciPpedcommeiii--- i~~;g~~ c;:.:=="""'_·In the laboratory and then they will be . Thereisaspeciousandself.servingaurashipped to Kentucky and the calves will be about the official Sovlel claim that aborn there..... N; M,' Cattle Growers "preplanned operatlon" accounta forNewsletter peculiar shifts In Its Cosmos 1402's orbit.

The greater IlkeJlhood is 'tbat thenuclear-powered military reconnaissancesatellite's erratic behavior portends acrash. _

TIJIs, Is the position first taken by ourgoveJ'll!llent 'on the basis of o~rvl\tlonsby theNorlhAmerican AerospaceDefenseCommand. InItial Norad information wasfollowed by reports that the satellite con·tinued on a course Indicatillg it would hitthe atmosphereand break up by the end ofthe month. For the time being that re­mains the offictal view,o There Is cold comfort In the Soviet In·sistence (untU something happens In hearIt out) that Cosmos 1402 Is okay. Even If Itis, the episode stamls as a reminder that ahan on nucleat-poweted satellites, firstproposed by President Carter after asimilar episode in 1978,is Inorder.-Alamogordo Dally News

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"We ean'l Igoore thc, problem. Thl'waste is alreadY wllh 11.<. lind we have 10develop suitable nuclear waste dispnsalsiles now,or possibly face fulure pollutionproblems gl'euter Ihan Iht' loxi" waslt' pro­blems at Love Canal."

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Anderson bopes his research on radioac­tive waste. which is applicable to IheWIPP project. will not only help solve lheproblems of disposal. bul will also provide

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. The dry salt bed near Carlsbad, serec!ed factt!0l infqrmalion uSeful in Ihe l'urrenl charaelerisliCll of ·Ihe area, A 2.\lOMoot uranium aId plut\IDlum, requires exlreme lime," . 0l1l' present _eplusl deslphn lheadd-as the slle for WIPP. the Waste IsoJallon ongoing nuclear debate. zone of bedded sall/fes ',1100 feel be,ow Ihe' caution and inlel1$lve reseaFCh, 'Anderson Is involved with Sandia Na. 'ed protection qf clay and salt lStlIatllllllhePilol Project, is one of Ihe safesl places on surface of Ihe earlh at t..... sile.~WIPP . , ' Ilonal Laboratories In research to develop radioactive waste. We oolleve lito be Iheea~th t~ store nucle,!r waste, says a ""m inlerested in Ihe Slife disposlli of 'stora~e chamoors are bei~g excavaled in , "Abo~e-gi'ound.disposal i!, sloral\~ lbe optimum conl/llnmenl system for high. optimum radioacUve waste .toras~UllIverslty of New MexICO professor. radioactive waste overlh" nexl 1lI,IMH) the mIddle of this salt formallon.lnsu/aled drums IS not SUItable for thIS waste. level radioactive waste. The container syslem that will prevent radlOllUC/1deS

years." Anderson said. "I'm nol Involvl'd by I 0\l0 feel or sail on both sides. Thisbed' Anderson Said. "The drums will des'an ~·I" I d'ed' I Is f I' •• from escaping into the environment."in the nuclear energy dehute. and r'm nol . ded ~ll remains from Ihe lime 40Q mllli01:l dlslntl'grute over timl'. and the rlllIiCll'cliv,' COIIiai~;; ~~ciC:ed IIIc~m:i':anl~ma Ji:,;;j .Irying 10 shove lInylhing down Ihe puhlic's . y,'''''' Jigo Wlll'n N,'w· M"xico WlIS ""wr<~ conlents c:ould leach.oul In!o Ihe environ· .canister. A third layer of protection Is a .Computer simulaliOlf wiD be ll$edlnIhroat. But whelher Ihl' puhlic likes the . by.an inland sea. As Ihe eurlh ehanlted and ment. That's Why disposal sites like WIPP benlonite clay ml~lurewhich swells when \he sarety analysiS sandia - 10 studylde'a ot nuclear energy or nol, Ihe f'wl Is Ihe sea moved, -Ihis sail bed dried up and are Imperative for the environmenlalllllfe- in conlacl with waler. the long·term erreel or radiO!lc,t1vethat in this co\lnlry Wt' 1Ilr"ady huvl''' was'covered wilh layers ot soil. Iy offuture generations," disposal•• Researehers will build •great deaf or radloactlvt' w"ste. slort'l1 in " . , "If these containment- systems were ml!\hematical modtl, meas~ pertinenttemporary' surface·levt'l' slor"lle .lIt'S.' "WIPP is slrictly a Permanent sloralle AllbouglJ hift/J·/cvel radillllctive waste burled In a salt bed similar to \he WIPP properties with sborHllmI experirnenta.These.siteS are much Il'Ss suilable - ,,"dllile for conlael and .remole.handled won't be slored at WIPP. experimenls in· slleand waler somebow migrated through tion. and \hen the computer wllI.lmulaleless safe - over the lonll lerm ninn radioactive waste resulling from defense, volving such malerlalswlll 00 conducll'd lbe sail barrier. II would Orst conlact the whal wl1l happen over a long period oftil...,. '" .... ,•• loc','''''' '1l"r.·'·I'rnlln<l activities. These types of waste emil a low there. Onegoal of WIPP Is 10 sludy tho ef· clay barrier, The oontonlte clay would time.

level of radiation," Anderson 5<'1ld. feci or hlgh·level radioactive waste on Ihe swell and Conn anot.....r,shield for the &_.._-- Is hIa h IhIabo h sail beds. . I I '"""" ~w'c 1'e$4!lll"C on"Neither reactor cores nor nucleur m s can sIers. prevent ng waler from entering storage sf'tem will be complete In ~.

are going 10 bedumped In WIPP. II litel'"l· "APparently \here is public collcern the canisters." Anderson said, .1990s. "Wfil're Wking aboutlO.OOO yean.afIy would lakc an acl of Conllrl's.~ to chanlle aboult..... hlglJ.level radiation experiments • safely, II<l we liave to study at leash five-Ihe designation of WIPP 10 includ~ hlRh· 10 beeondU~1W/pp;o.Anderson said, "Sandia 'has designed a containment Of ttn·Year period of storage tomalcePl'O-level radioactive wasl"," cv.tpm Ihal' Is mllltlnlv rroundl!nL This jeclions that are valid. It r.kes months to

Transuranic cOmpound.~. which arc "We'te trying til Ive wastc problems, syslem has a salt barrier, a clay baniel', a complete one radlooucllde e>epei'fmelIt.radioactive for as long as IIl.4MIO ye"rs. wiil and solulions 'can't 00 found wllboul ex- metal banier and a glass banier, Glass ,and we want to experiment wll1Iall\ll11berbe sfored at WIPP, Thl! >;lIft' dlspos,,1 of per/menlalion. Today's surface slorage ot and melal alone form a very protective orspecies andvltrylngmlxtu~afspecles,these long.lived isolopes. Which Include this waste Is not safe nVCl' a lonll period or baniel' to \he release of rsdroouelldes, bulThls requires years oll study,"

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. wasles. lie recenliy visited Ihe WIPP slleand descended 2,000 feet into the sa1l bedsthat will serve as a repository for low andintennediate-Ievel radioactive wasles,

"The waste is buried 2;000 feetunderground In a .massive dry sail bed.There's no mechanism to carry Ihe wasleaway. and no place ror iI 10 go al Ihatdepth." Anderson said. "These faelorsmake this an jdeal disposal slle forradioactive waste.'~ ~.,

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.' purlng January and early February,Chief Charles Robinson and SergeantJlImes Riley attended advanced trainingatlthe New MeKico Law ElnforcemeatAcademy, .

Robinson took a course entitled. "Civil"Liability for Law Enforcem!'nt Ad·ministrators, ", which dealt with Ihe ques·tions of liability during regular and otheremergency POllce situations. Topics in·c1uded equipment. training. risk manage-ment. and olher aspects of liability. ,

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.•. GilY~rnOf TOIl!!y A!inyallnd' U. $. lB'B.jn~hll$;photOgr~PhKof ~i!1gnm!l1lap· issue,'" " ..•.. . ' '. . .' '1~nator Jeff Blngnman, both winners ilrpi!ar¢lf 1l:J times and stories about him ,J'lealth ilndrelllied are,lIs. such ns socin

'last year's voting, receivlid more publicity ,averaged 16.63 i,nches while phologrnphs .sec",rity, .fqllowed public spending ~s' IIin 12'1'lew ,Mexico 'newspapers thlln didof.Sclimitt appearell4H limes wilh slories, campnillnissue, he.added;" .their Republicim,,(ip\i(lnenls :in Ihe two ',averaging UA9inches. . . . '1'he slud;nilsorevealedthat "Anaya did "months f.hat prooeedjli! the gelleral elec. "There really were no long stqries of'lOO not m!lke !I bi" deal alXlut ho,w ineffedlvelion, ' '. inches or more;" s!lid ~:dw(lrds..n I'llI'mI'. .. . ..T#llt is one finding of acomputer'nided POliticnl consultant in Floridn. .. state I;w<!rnment ;and ,Ihl' previous ad· •

~tudy conducted last rail by 12 University . He said the Sllldy showed th!lt some mlnistr!ltlon had beep, pfObablY becauseof. New· Mexicli lUNM) hOllors students news stories ahoutthe Bingaman.Schrpm he is from the 'slime party. ,lric~!lid not·enro.ned in a one·hour interdisciplinary race' wer!' 'cbara.cteri~ed by makeabig.de,d !lbout,th!ll c.l,the.... which

. "bArn°, k,'nd of unusu.ai,' hl·Sllld.caul's'! lin "Political COmmunication in "mUdslingi.nll'''' whereas "Irick and "~~" .'New Mexico," . 'Anaya did not really goaner e!lch other," Edwards, who" hopes 10" conti mil' Ihe. Under tlie direction or Clark Edwards, '.. Public spending, be ~aid, was the dom;' class'l\llhough iUs notl?einj( offered thisUNM l(ssisl!lnl professor pf ,1ourllalism, nallt iSSue ill ootll races anll ".wmnl'n·s· semeSter. said he plan~loconducl athe students studied political symholism rights did not show up until the end of the similar study on the upcoming rresidentialas it was used in the neWspapers by AnaYlI campail\n nnn was on (111)'\00 ' h·'~n<f'."~n' race.and 'Bingaman and Iheir rlfflPec.tive 01":" ..... , '.. 't' . .POnents, John Irick !lnd Harrison Schmill: D' . 'fo. . tt d' t'O 0'. Eldwar!ls snid the newspapers s!!rveyed. owns Iremen a en. r,alnlngIncluded thl' Albuquerque ,Journal. the' .. . .• , • . .' . ..., ..Albuquerque 'l'rlbune, tile Sanln .Fe New . . . " .' . . ." ,MeKicall, the L<is Cruces Sun-News, Ihe During the month '1f January. members Cllie(s Ass9CJalion 10 AJbuquerqu!', AlsoGrants DlIlly B!'acon.thl' (,as Vegas' Dally of the Ruidoso Downs Volunteer Fire IItlending' were fire .officers· fromOptic; the Lovington Daily (",ad!'r 'the Department attended tratning .in· Wildlire throughout the state, and a ·trllining ses·Hobb~ Daily New~·Sul'l" the Deinlng anil.civil l,.iability for Fire·and Ilescueslon. '~ civil liability. wl!s prll$ented,tl!'adligbt. the LOrdsburg Liberal, The SerVlcll$. , Busmess at. themeetmg mcluded newRUidoso News and' 'UNM's student David Berholl of New Mexico State OSHA requIrements for·(fredeparlments,lIewspaper•. the D!llly Lob«>, "We usen the .Foreslry iJjSlructed the firl'flghlers In the ·the "Learn Not To Burn"prllllram andnew~papers from the students" areilS. Wildfire Management course on three dif·future happenings of tbelnternalionalwhere they came from." \Ie said. ferent nigll1f; for a total of 12 hours of in· Fire Chiefs Association. It was decided the.One finding Ilf We studv. l!:dwarct~ said. st~uctlo·n. The course' involved fire Ruidoso Downs. VOlunteer Fire Depart·

revealed that photographs Ilf Anava were bebavior. dispatChing, respondin~. ment will host the n¢Xt meeting 10 be lleld'publishedil total of lItl limes'ia .111.' weatherfac~ors, Use ofhahd tools, al'ld in May. .. ;,newspaPers and stories ahout him averng. pumper tacbcs.ed :l4 inches in length. Also during January. Assistimt Cllief . This training and participation in state. PhntqgraphsorJric~. he snid. "P~'"red Paul Keith" Director James Riley, and organi7.ations assists in. the upgrading of

117 times and· stories ahoul him averllged Firefighler Renee Keitll attended a personnel and understanding of fire lindq\H\r1~r'b' tnP(1'.ti,nr. nf th(' ~("W Ml"xko ¥irt" rescue serVICes, RiI~)' said. 'J

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t. Jbree and one. Her parenl>l have hecn gone ill, recovering from surgcry, and they calm thl'm down and promIses to try and edand negleetedchildr!'n in Oleroand Lin·.;, for two days and there's no food in the .couldn't. possibly take any ~hildren at the find their mommy; coIn C0l!ntles. Please find oUl how you can" house. This hIIll happened before, and an present tlme. Mrs• .1, receIves the snme By the time Mrs. J. 'l(rrives at the foster help children in their lime of need. Beeome

nlert nel8b1><Jr bl:cnme concerned When answer from the B.'s due to Mrs. B.'s home with the three tired children. Ihe two a foster par!'nl! Call the New Mexico· she .dldil't see the children outside for the sister and fnmny visiting with them. , . lillIe ones nre asleep. After gettillg them Department of Human ServicesaI4:I7.fKl:llI." ~!l day!n a rnw, " Mrs. J, has just I'\In out of foster homes tueked Illto .thelr beds, the fost;;r mother ann ask for Susan Washam._,' . Mrs. J. tries to clear the slel'p from her ' who 'usually take thesl' nge5 of children.

, '. mind and start thinking of aVl\i1abJe foster She now looks at her list ~f families whohomll$. Mrs. J. is a social worker with the take older children alld qweUy prays oneNew Mexico Department of Human Ser· of them'-will be wliling'to help out evell

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ROAMING AnOVND nOMERome lll. romantic. historic, ex- Icltlng-:-butit'll also a bigelly. Hereare hints Cor finding your 'wayaround.

•••To really see any place. of course.walking Is the best option. ButRom,!'s bUses are a good alter.native. TheY're frequent and inex­pensiVe. Uyou'U be in Rome tor lInylengtIJ of lInIe, you can buy abargain commuter~ at tobaccoshops or In front of tlie maill railroadstation. '

•••MostlnJporlant Is to' get a detailedIlIllp of the city. one.thatshoW6 busroutes by numbe.r.1Juses are easy tot1H, once you liave the map; street.sIgns ;list the bll5elf that 1II11ke eachslop. .

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I(·B08'S IlESTAURANT, located on Hlghwoy70 ne~rthe Y, has bi:1im a member of the Chamber for many'years. Jim Clements is the manager and there are 35employees. The restauranf is open from 11 a.m. to10 p.m. SUlJday through Thursday and from 11 a.m.

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BOX 964-PHONE 257.2091 OR 257-5054RUIDOSO. NEW MEXICO 88345

LOCATED NEXT TO CABLEVISION

Owners: AI aael, Chari.... Ward.A'stractor: Nalla SlucI.r

FREE ESTIMATESEXPERT GLASS .&BODYWORK

20 Years E"perlence

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P.O. Box 549 . ,... 2$7~4025 2$7"4026 .

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'ThanksJorbooksand.pens and paper;Ihanks.for wood 10 build ,ourhomes..for ~ .firewood 10keep. us II!

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TwO IMdroom. 1% bath, new, un­fumlohed•••SO +blll~.

tnnSbroolr;, unturnl.hed~ largo 3badl'DDlY'/. 2% IIath townhama. ,.,._ man!h + bill••. ,

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20 minutes to central Ruidoso, 30 minutes to track, 30minutes to ski area. 5.7 acres tree covered hilltop with3600 vIews of Sferra Blanca PeQk, Capffans and volleys.Underground wafer, electric, phone and T.V_ Irrigationwell in place. Just oR newly paved Fort Stanton Road.Priced if.) sell by owner. 257-2692.

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258·3330

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Now, in 'Ruidosol, Airport Delivery Service offers dolly door-to­

door service to and from all airlines and .alr

freight carriers serving EI Paso Interr\atlonol

Airport. ' ' "When you need to ship or receive Items' In 0,

RUSH, call us. We'll send .or deliver yOl,lr ~hlp.

ment. via OVEP.NIGH'tSE1\VICE, with deliV~ryMode the . NEXT DAY,tn most areas of the

'Contlnental United Statesl'Also. we make

door-to·door deliveries/pickups of, tlrne-.sel'lSltive Items., to and from your EI·· Paso

custornets, .suppllefs or business offlll~tes. We

tarry documents,' pdrtS· and components,'

medical" materials,. at'lylterns of light freight

you need to set'ld or receive. . ' ,'. FOf further Informotlot'l, call us t'lOW, COL-

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257·7698

INCOME TAXPROBLEMS

Call Claude Wheeler -Tax & BookkeepingS.rvl~ .

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30 Years EXperience

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. ,PART 'l1ME HPlLP -'as prep cook and\ hell,lel' I:\eeded, could work Into full, time. Cpll 257-9071. for Interview,

Ruidoso Care Center. Mr.Archdale. R-Bl·21e

•SEM!-'I'RUCK PRIVER - and heavy

equipment operlltora. Tulnlng:.pvailllble. Accredited N.H.S.C. fll\an­ctal ald and job placement 1IIlIl&­tance lIVailable. Superior '1'nIinlng $or.vlc:ea, 4$0 W. PlCllcho, 111, Las .em.-s,NM88005; 524-1488. Sll2-24tp

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"No job \0() small!' .AcldiUollB, con- VACUUM CLEANER -llilles lindservice.crele. decka, Pl\lnt, remodel. Call Gary All brllDds. DavldKeith, 117 E; EI PasoDonHlsel,37H128. H-93-tfc St.Phone2S7-7171. K·33-tfc

""JO:::E:::'S=-:C:::A"'RP==ET~-=CLEANIN===~G=--"='tru~ck-:-' INTELLIVISION SERVICE - Aspen Ap"mQunted ~team cleaning. Flood pilllnce "TeIevilJlon ServIce, Gatewaydalnage, water extrPCtlon, 24 hoUr ser. ~nler. 257-4147. A-7lI-Ucvlce. Free efltlmptes. Call 257·5331 or ATABI SERVICE - Aspen Appliance to:257-2613. J-88-tfc Television ServIce, Gplewpy Center.

WINDOW POLISHING - and chimney 2S'1-4141.A-79-tfcsweeping. Roy of Roydoso "Sons; VCR SERVICE - Beta and VHS. Mpen256-3133. 'R·MoUc Appliance" Television Service,

QUALlTY CARPENTRY WORK - GalewlIyCenter.237-4147. A-79-tfcre$Sonablerates.ExleriorllDdlnlerior. FIREWOOD ... long burning ml!llqUlteSiding, trim, IInlahing. Free eflUma!es. hardwood, split, delivered to RuIdoso.378-8343, asktor Ppt. . B-25-tfc $1sslcord, $801ha1f cotd, $4Slquarter

MURRAYS' CLEANING' SEI\VICE - cord. One log burns all night.home, commercial cleaning. Carpet 1-354-26'13. . F-79-4tp

, cue, window cleaning, light hlIuIliIg, NEW MAN- hlIlt replacement. "For thlItsecurity checks. Licensed. Insured. Dlltural as Dllture look!' For Informa-

.~.5024. M-42-tfc lion with noob1lgatloncall Romer HlIIrSIGNS - designed Pnd/or made to specs. Care,257mOO. R-7lI-tfc

Repplr pnd mounting, repPlnttag. STOLEN"':' Plcase returJi my skis.2S8-3ll6O. S81-3tp DyDllBtar with I.ook 37 bindings. Leave

PLANl'S ABE MY SJ'ECIALTY. - for II In Natlingham's Lobby, no 'QIlestionsmore bePuliful business or home hire p . asked. PLEASEI Sll2-21ptechnlcilln. Plant .maintenance. COIN OPERATED - reflex gllme2S8-3ll6O. P-B1-2tp machlne, bar top model. Good money.r >J Jf:.••••JHc mU:er; $6tlO. 25'7-2103. C82-21.!!ftftlMUCOHs1JnlCnOH COMPANY il: KEROSENEHEA'I'ER':"O'IOOBTU, und6r.'. o-.r.tcontl_ . warranty; !Ilwninwn shell {or L.W.B.

MAfIIC HAZII. . plclntp; ladles' Nordica. ~Id boots, sizeIt .....e-truetl- _0".' 6, while. Nights. 25'7-9123, Lisa• .K-82-2fp

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BABY SWING..., $10; Infant carsePt, $15;ClI1"/bedearrier; $7.00; pIllS IlROW snIts.Call2S6-31111. T,B2-21e.

FOR. SALE 'OR TRADE - Frlgidalteretrigetatar: $150'or WI1ltrPde forwOOd .

, orturt1lture.37M712. A-82-31e-. I' -, (

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GaIeWII)" Cenlef. 2S7-4147. A-79-l:fc.

REGISTERED APPAWOSAS -' pndquartet borlles £ol'lllI\e. P1WIiI'e. racepnd shoW. Loma Grande Ranch,

1AX PREBPy.:ARA".'.TION capitan, NM (SilS)62.1-4034. ~1ll$tfcBARGAIl'il- zero cIein'llnCli fl1'eplaee (Us­

FO.RMERmS AGENT' . ed. but like new) Wlthplpe.COst over. . . . .. $500, sell for $200. CIllf 237-2445 or

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:;t .,., . ' , ' ',. .: \ "., ',... , .JO;;"~~~~"ii:~~':::;~.~:~,~~:o~es, «oodWjj:~t~ J!'t1RNlSHED AND UNFvRNISHEP'" i.", "" AN'N'O·.U'N'C·E''...' ,,...n s..r,.", no. ORIS''. • '00 ;,..;.- an'd ',..",.,. 'R [doli D . • • $" """ 0_1 ...~ ~ bed/'tl!lm .pPl\rlmen\:!l,$29$ and \lp,4. '.' ., M;EN:rs,,' "~;~V:tIlo(;~len~lices D'ii'MIre~S~RIVJ~/ .... ~pen/P. t: D:aw~~i~~~a'Auld~;·-N~ .' Includcaesblll.Dean.U1!1d~ oaltlll, \',','........ s •.."""' YPA ~ 11' r"••on·able o..e·· · ,••c " p.,an~e,.. ,.eeV$.on.e~v,Cel' ' " ....•. b"""c· " '.. . 258-311111 or 237-28!l1l.. '~Uc

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"""thf~uty liMp or health food store. .9UP".hbtyl$, convenieno ce-te,lephones...!'ykys'gh!Sstop, fl)11l' chllil'll; $:\00. Les~ thrIn ' . .Ca.,.11,. '58'5.-2539 '. . . ,................",.............""""..",............,.....".

• ,"ur. ", ...er lJifol'll\lltion clIll 622-4381 or . I ""rcl)ms !ire "~ nVenIences. ''0/'' . oneyearl)!d n·7J1273 da' af'••• oo . • ..$22-11)54,. InROSW~.·" ,NM.. . ... C.71....c ,Mountliin . Wlr!ni!.••.· 257.-$14~. ,.l)r . '. ,... . , ,ys; """":.' (J~, . . .BED I< BREi\J{Ji'A.S'),'. .

"'" ••' 1-3&4-2'130 M78 tf p.m.,237-'1736.·· H-lIQ-4lc " ~" ... BIeI...../II., Mardi ~1913'} • IS"'INGSCALL JAKE HAaaIS c.:.. for blIckhoean~ .. '." ' ,- :CJOYC:E'S JVNQUlll"-Jlow,open.l\eguIpr . . ..,·~IJII)OSO . . . ' ~. !li!tworbk,:.lipcarsh· of txPerience. P.rlce$ B~~~I"!,IL~O:o~a".~ -rea~~=~' . hOlJra .1~:oo",:OO, Tuesday througb .,.'.M'~~IC~~e;t" I '. " ," Call ?~~c!,l!l!l! .

J,'eBllllDa ....one~. H'7s.tfc . _ •. ~. .... . ... . saturday." . ..' J.,${Klc '. " ..,....." , RENTALS . For Infqrll1at'onClNCINNA'l'lJ!OME -fll{!hose In need ' ~ .(;pIL Terry 257-2~61 ~r '1962 ROAD RANGER

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. pnd~derii. It< rest hQ/1\e.~505)6~92' EUDLOYME"""JIlEEDED E' ri,!,,2~. complQlely s!'U-contalned; Call 237-72'13 .. ,RENTALS AVAlLABJ,.E .l.. on!' room·effl•. 'orl\22.10'19... . ·C-81.2tp ,.~ .... .'. ", - xpe enc belore5:00p.m.;pskforDlane,F-8O'tfe . '. mencies to large homes/condos. Shott

... . . .in cprpentry, rl)Oflng;gh!ss work, forI< ' We hove o"good s,election .orlonglerm.Callorwr\te: Le!ftEpsler........ "'-;.; "" ~'.- 'lIftop\!rptor, tflick driving, IIn,d 'FIREWOOP'- besthllrdwood In town., ' RealE tale I ""id .

~"J'."" ,~. I An II'" d t ts 11 bi of antique, traditional· on.d ..s, n~.;Box294,_.." OlIO,N•." ·we....\Ill. Tempor!lry or permanen.Y qUlIn .'" an s ovecu aVila e. .' M. BB:!45; phone 2&7-'1315. . .lAS-UcWRANGl~DS _.•16.·99 ",' CaU258-3~~ .', . E-B;-2tp '~~kc:Jds'B128u'y C~r'oftm'SP!\t'wdood·elIveUl'edt'ler", c;ontemporoijr' clocks;·' win- COMMERCIAL BUmDING _ for reilt in

IOl\ BABYSlTTING-In.mYhome,centrplly 1~>~5'1 ", ~ . MC01'" ding and chiming. clocks; l'rimetrafflc. arooofmi.d'·wnRuidoso,· LANE'$WE$1'ERN WEAR" '! located.257-5318•. '. . ...B-'I7-tfc ,..,.....~'.. . . . ."0 • ..c Regulotors, qVQlU, Anniver- PPPfOxlmPte!Y900 sq. ft. ';;nd plenty of

:MAN AND WIFE. - deslr!' job maDllg!ng . TV SERVICE_colorIS-W, solid Sory clocks, Minlotures ond parking. CaU 23H313. . lAll-tfc:-0.. " ." mote!. t.'IIUet 'Pl\rk or ppartments. Of- • stateltubetype. Stereo. VCR,' VDP, ONE BED~ooM _ furnished ppartment,

f1ce, chmning' pnd malnlenPn~ skills. audio. RcasolU\ble fates. Aspen Ap" Cucko.os. All clocks on sale_ . P\) bUlspald. One working person only.(3D3)751H207, M·8HI!p p1iance" Television Sel'Vlce, Gpleway No chUdren orpets. 2&7"'1837~ 'o-7&-4tp.********-************. center, 231"'147. . M9·tfc PER KLOCKENSHOPPEN COMPLETE PROPERTY. MANAGE- Thre~ -;,;.,.,.. 2 bat!) fur"l.h."" 5ffOW PLOWING.· ,* FEMALEBAssE'l"l'HOUND-flveyoors ......NT SER.''''''''' _. 'rentailJ nl~..t1y, _a.l"mbroalr. f521Jma"th. +*....... ·.p ,~PIow-~· * Id Iledl th 11 ta L t .~ "'"'' ",. .llictrl<lty.an" ...bl••* ........, "" .._: * 0, ro 00 e~ ~ ar, no gs. os SIERRA VISTA MALL weekly, monthly. Call Dpvld Rochept, *. 'r.Jr".. Mer rt!' 1\le. * in Sun VlIlley subdivision. CPQ Mayra . ". .. CENTURY21,257-4065. Cm,tfc Thra. badroam,2 bath furnl.had* ..........., * LYlUlat~or237·5778. M-B1-21e MIDTOWN" 257.6071 . ha · far••t lIalgh... $500*.,., * THE' STEEL BUILDlN . NICE THREE' BEPROOM - mobile on th + bills.

*-. Ccill ~57,'754, *., 3D' 60' .'32ft G 40' P4riO~e w$3ilr Is '6.75 acres In CapllPl!W1th slDllll bPm . ,I . -..:c:---::--...,.--,;"""",,::;';;';"-c:;.'l\C*****************lj< on;·x, .,.~; x,. 984;, forextrastorage;~plllSJ1tilities.No whit•. Mountain 'Yllla•• 2" ' . 50'xl00', $9499.. Call (505) AUTOMOTIVE .~hlldren or pets.' Dpmage depOSit re- badl'DDm, 2 bath fully Irunl.h.d

524.7839. . A-6HIe·. . qwr'• ed '''''-''175 r...- "c co'""amlnlum. Privata bath fa. rNEED GOOD HOME _ for pdllil female 1979 DODGE - Club Cab CamperSpecial, •...,....~ ..~.. , ...~ bedroom and y" bath off IIv-

Do...." ed -~ I h 3/4 ton, all extrps pnd removpbleCOMMERCIAL BlJILDING- for rent, 1l1li a......600 par month +d "",mpn, spay ,very g...... WP C 'gooseneck. Runs on proPl\ne or gas; mwpy.37, half block north Mlnlt Mprt, "tllltio. A loilg fann ,..... of 10

og. 258-3S06. ,N-Bl-4tp less thlIn 24,000 pclupi miles: $7000. Call comer Int, street three sides, eigbt mont.... .. ALL ~.M. LIQUOR LICENSES - 378-4323. P-Il2-tfc rooms \j'/apartment downstairs.

avP,lable. U1rgeslinventory. Liquor 11l'18 OLDS DELTA. liB _ $3000. 231"'965 1-354-2997. J!.'18·tfcLicense sales, Inc.. has sold over 35 . pfter6'00 . Q-'l5-tfnc SUMMER RENTAL ... Large fW'lllShedlicenses In the last12 months.·rransfc!'3 . . ',. h' In II dit· Ican be completed before raclPg ~ooson. 1980 CUTLASS SUPREME _ 28,500 miles, . ollSe exce. enl can ,on. F vcC II Sk t M C II h •• tr t dill ~...... bedrooms, 2% bPths, twollvlng area~.p ee c u oc or ...orrla many ex as, grea can on:......... , double gprage pnd located In CountryGil!eWoodptl~247·1401. A·6Htp 257-6900. c.79-9tp Club Estptes. $1200/month plu~

. F!REWooD-Mesqul!epndOPk,anyslze 1965 MASSEY-FERGUSON. - bPckhoe utllitles.·Flrst, last month renl'lnpd-order. CpU pfter 5: 00 p.lIi. with front end loade~. Phone 37IH$55, vlUlCll.CaIl (713)283-5293 after 6:00

, 237'5418. F-8Htp 257-l1949. R-78-4tc p.m. B-80-StcMINK COAT ... full le\lllth,'pppralsed at NEED FOUR WHEEL DRIVE1 ... 1966 ONE BEDROOM -1 bPth, flreplpce. nest

$1,500, will seU ror $1,000 or best offe~. Bronco, good condition.' Recently . and cloon, lnldtown, no pets. $300 + SUMMER RENTALS336-4759.' M-81-2Ip painted, .has rpg top. $1900. utilitles.2SIl-3342or 336-4312.. 0-8l-4tp NOW AVA1LABLE. .

FORSALE-Glasundcanedlnlogroom 1-354-2392. .' N-Bl-4tP. ONE OR TWO BEDROOM _ fllJ'n1shed [OO9basi&'as$OC:,"inc"- 'fable pod 4 matehlng chairs almost 1980 FORD F-l50 - 3 speed overdrive, duplex.$225pnd$350.257-967l1. W-81-21e :::::-.:=~_.=::::.::-:;:;; Inew, $500. Call 2&6-525$ from 8to 5 or 41.000 miles, excellent condition: $3900. COMMERCIAL SPACE _ pvpilllble for " .IlUIDOSO '336-8208after5.· 'G-81-81e 1973 Chevycustom-deluxe. good condl- lease soon. Downtown on Sudderth PROPEIm'IlINTALS

FOR SALE - old6r modeluprightf~r, tlon; $1400. 25'7-7996 alter 6. dl' F-8peedl-2tP Drive. 1160 sq. It. pnd 650 lIq. fL DaYII, 258-'2~~ ..._ 'works grept, $SO. Call 257;7318 or 19'17 TOYOTA COROLLA'..., 4 ...4s , 23H151(IItltWednesday). A.26-tfC.'::::::::=:=258-4475. H-81·tfc alrcondftloner,llDdIHtback. Excellenl •

AMERICANFENCECOMPANY-InUls condition - $2950. Steel r:~t~J~'Cruces offers free estimates lID chain 250-3060. plink, wrougbt Iron and split-rail ced8.r WILL TRADE-19'19Seneca, 790'rl', A, Ffcn~e. Temporary or permpncnt, pnd E, KIng Silver Crown equipment,fences. DoItyourself or professlonafIn_R-NAZ, ele. For your AM ,mares orIltaIlation. AIsa field fence, barbwire, yom Ruidoso prea property. Call (505)T-pasts, horsebarns,portPble pnd per· 64l!-2402 from 8-5. W-82-8tplDllnenl corrals, sheds, shlldes, etc. 1961 WAGONEER LIMITED - loadedWholesple pnd retail we deliver. evenwlt1lBUnpndmoonroof.CPlldaYII:524-8606. 350 South Archuletp 237-l1062orevenlngs,2&7-5022. T-74-UcStreet. A-81-12tp 1980 FOUR DOOR LINCOLN ... Mark. IV,

FIREWOOD FOR SALE - dry, seasoned fully loaded, excellent condition. Willjuniper - $100 a cord, pine - $00 p sacrifice pt wholeSllle. Call 2S'1-l1062 orcord. Full ~ords. 67~-(879 or 237-5022. T-74-Uc25'7-9442. F-Bl-SW 19'19 DODGE _ Club Cab Camper Special, ' ~~::loCI_:H:l_::X:_::X:~=:IC::IO=:IC::IOCX::loCl~:M=<:::M:M=_=<:

FIREWOOD - ~casoned ppple, $l25lcord. 0/. ton, P\) extraS and removable MLS LUDWICK AND CO. RE'ALTY378-4556. F-7S-8tp gooseneck. Runs on .proppne or gps,

MICROWAVE OVEN SERVICE _ Aspen very low mllepge; $6400_ Call 2'8-5175 oHlcef.v.... ,ASPEtIIUILDING - 26225lHk1trttr "."",.Appllpnce " Television Service, 37&-4323. D-81-8tp SUlQn LudwIck, Brok.r Jlon L"dwlck7Auo.:lat.·Gp!eWpyCenler.237-4147. ,A-79-Uc FORSALE-lll'17 Chevy pickup with utili- GREAT RENTAL, mobll.,lu.t .,0.000 with .2.1100 down.

SIX FOOT GLASS- - display counter. ty bed. 1974 Chevy pickup with utilily . .. hwnidilier for display case, 14 shelves bed. Call 237'5121. . C-81-2Ic , e.711 ACRES InC.plt.n, 3 bedroom mobil., .1115,000 with term••

with wP\) lind slielf brackets, combo FOR SALE -1978 Chevy Blazer, $5,000 or NICE DUILDlNClI ~T, 3 block. orr Sudd.rth, only.' ,1100 dOW';.metal desk pnd file cpblnet. best offer. 19'11 Chevy pickup, needll SKI CAB!N, .311,11110010•• In wIth bIg deok on I.",. lot.25&-3484. F-BI-21e liming chain. $500 or best offer. .MOSILE on ...ON. work.hop. In the bill pin....311.11110.

237-5415. F-81-3lp _,19661'1.. TON DODGE' 'I'RUCK-goodcon- "Com.byanda_ u.la.tl" \

dItion: $1400. 1978 GMC custom VPO, \needll a liltle body work; $2500. Also •pickup bed trailer; $150. Echo chainsaw llDd pccessories; $300. N9 L1ncoll\DelllXe Apts_ across from Bennett's on37.' ' T-BH

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ANSWER THE QUEST/ONS a:I,OW. IfTHERE ARE ANY YOU HAYE DOUBTSAIIOUT MAya: YOU COULD USE A PRO-fESSIONAl, REALTOR.ARE YOII LOOKING fOR A HOME. eUSINESS. PItOPERTYf

'00 you know the pr.ferred area. that glv. you the largHt,.turn for your money?Do you know what you can qUQllfy fOf' through a lendIng In..tltutIon?· ,Do you know th.e ~Iffer.ntways 1'011 canpurd:t_ property?Do you really unif....tand a N.w MexIco lIleal Estate con.tract? .Do you want 3 or 4 hilr_. 2 or 3 baths?Do you want a flr.pla",. vl.w of SIerra Blanca or to be onthe rlv.r? . .·",,- ...mt~c, Of' ... .' •.. ,....."., c, ','

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NATURALLY YOU tAN ANSWER SOME Of THE AIOVE QUESTIONSBUT WE CAN ANSWER tHESE AND MANY MOllE. WHY NOTCHOOSE ONE AGENt TO HELP YOU DECIDE WHAT IS a:ST 'ORYOUR FUTURE. .

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CORPORAtl!HOME SAClUFlCEFInest construdlon~ WhIt.Mountoln beeaUty,Oll. 3,100sq. ft•• mus' ..II. Coif Maqae,four SecI_ R.ed ElIta'. fOf'all Infor~tlon.

•a:AUTI'UL ACREAGE In LamaGrand•• ow.r 4 Ol:J'ft. railIngland under $20.000. An .x.atll"nt buy. .

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COUNTRY HOME on 2 plu...c..... with 2 rental proper.tie.. All In exc.llent condl.tlon. L.lvestock permltllld.Call Sonia for showing.

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1976 WAYSIDe-12'x60', 2badraom, 1% both. unfurnlsh.ad. locatad In a mobile home.park. $11,500. '.1978 lANCER-lof'x72'. 2'bedrllOm. 2 bath, fumIshad.located In park, has flreplacaand many extras. $22.300.19B1 MOBILE VILLA !lV-5thwheel. 2 bedrllOm, 1 bath. withflp out. custom built. many ex.tras. Owner Is motivated, willconsider a trade for nice mobile.1979 MAYFAIIl-U'x70', 3badroom. 2' bath, completelyfumlshad with 'TV. Mobile mustbe mavad. Call SllOn. $1".500.

1983 TOWN AND COUN.TRY-lof'x70', 2 bedroom, 2'bath, loadad with many extra••fireplace, completely furnl.hed.New hou.e. $26,500.1983 WAYSIDe"':'14'x70'; 2'bedroom. 2' bath, balconymodeJ. $19,500.19104 COBRA-Fifth wheel, Ibedroom. fully sel' contaIned.$7,200, Includes hitch. .

OWNER LEAVING TOWN­real buyl! i 2,4'x48' double widemanufactured' home.1980 LAGUNA-Two badroam~,2 baths. fum!st;.ed. $20,000. .iena MELODY 2 badroom. ibtlth, beautifully furnished.$17,600. .,Holiday Home. Solo.1107Mechem Hwy. 37Ruldi)lo. New Mexico .

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CHOICE OF TWO commerQ'.' propertlee-three bedroom. 2' b.thonly S34.&00. Four bedroom. 2 beth. 1eoo eq. ft. wIth ••eum.bleloan, $59,500.

C·1 LOT5- mIdtown.· Greet for triplex. $22,500.

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CEDAR CREEl< CABIN on level'1 eore lot. $45.000•.

3/4 ACRE VIEW LOT. WIngfield 3 erea. $8.000.

80 ACRE NOGAL CANYON RANCH, adobe hou••• natural .prlng,wella with weter rlghle. Owner fln.nolng. $230.000.

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SEE FOR YOURSELFI-Ve'Y prIVate, apecloue two ,bedroom. 2beth. largo flreplece. redwood deoke. leVel••ccee.lble lot loo.tednee I' the corner of Juniper .nd Fir. SIlIS.OOO.

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BEAUTIFUL TREE COVEl'tED LOT In p....t1glou.Alto.Nlcele"el lot with full mel1'lbel'llhlp.s.oondafrom HlweY.37. A bUllde"'a dl'llam•..25,000 with term••.Darlene HiI~287.7373 or257·4222.

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THIS GRACIOUS ADOBE HOME.Ita In .eclu.lon onappr'Ox•.Imately 8.4 .0""withgood .cce••.,1t ....tu,..3bedroom.r2 bethe, pine calling•••olld expo.1Id beam•• g.rden room.ekyllghte, etalnlMl gla.. and lovely landaoaplng. Truly aQUallty'Homel Su_n"Miller, 287·7373 or 338.4383.

EAQU! CREEk ACRES. Beautiful large homewith gu_t houae on a lovel~ e ao,.. u..ot. Twocar iilal'llae. two excellent we"., Iota of atorage.,.... /i'roparty la fully fenoed and ho~ .1'1I.1I0wed. Gregg Perteet, 257·7373 or33i!S·431B. .

. PANORAMIC VIEWS of Ruldo.o and Bieri'llBlance plu•• 'lirge living room With a fll'llplacemafee a great" entertainment area. Twobedroom, 1..,. bath. fuml.hed home With goodaooea. .and poa.lbl. owner flnanolng In,Juniper Hilla. R.y Carpenter 257.7373 or257·8881 or Chuck Flanagan 287·4073 or25'7·2253. .

GO FIRST CLASSI Thl. be.utlful new homeIcoatecUn p,...tlglou. White Mounteln Eatete.I. definitely top·notch. Beautiful cu.tom'cablnete, top quality carpetlng. Wet bar, Jacuz.zl, whirlpool and electric gal'llge door opanera,.. only a ftlwof the many fine '_turea. Come

.enjoy the outatandlng vle.wa and look over thefine oon.tructlon. Tere_ Batea 287.4073 or287·7121•.

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Gary.Caughron318·859.

DClnny McGlll~258-4001

Chuck Flanagan2S1.:l253

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TamDCIvl.257.2053

DClrI.ne Hart257-4222

Su...nMttt.r336·4353

Gr-wP.rt_t·336·4318

ROMP_bl..336-4iJ36

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~ UmE HARD WORK IS RIQUIRED, but ihll~hal pot.ntlall Ad" ho"" on almost two iCrft Qfpinioco.vtr.dland. $niIIL 1~.thOUttlncludttl~ .Poulbl. own.r '1IIIIIel". 149,500, .'

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Cute year around cabin lo~ateddeep II'! the Upp,r Cariyon,. An .'Ideal vacation retreat 9nd agoodrenter. "$42/500.,' with terms. 'available. • .

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Doug Bass - Broker, Brad Johnson - Gen. Mgr., Res.: 257-4715

Blll Happel- Sales Mgr., Res.: 251·5209

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4, .. QlSUmabl.loon and:.xctlltnt U,5OiJ down will ~y you• lot156,000 chormlng cabIn with r.ntol hl.tory. ns.ooo. In Alplnt VIII.... ",'SO toknotty pin. Int.rlorI wood "0,500,floor., flr.plac., wood .tov. Alto Townhou". - w. haveIn ma.t.r bedroom, .xClII.nt . fiVE on thl mark.t. If you :

acc•••• haVt btln contl••rlng buying 115,000 yourcholct ofItv.,.1don't hlllt.t. any'long.r. Call C.dat Cr.ek 'loti. '3,000

today. down.Two 2b.droom, 1bath homllIn,Cldar C'lIk.loth are n.w, ALTO LOTS

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125,000 5 .erel In Lolntntaring complltlon. "9,500

--';!:1.:~ Grandt ht.t.., 1004 ,..ttlc.. and $63,500. "0,000 View of Caplfan., tiON.

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ACUAGE AND COMMllCIALlttld. Call for full dltall•• "1,500 1.13 aerll. full568,'00, ""mHl1hlp. Ottr Park.

~.. -Trt.nty woo4ttl .em withOwntt financing with $25,000 $27,500 Wooded bulldll19.lt.~ Ixe.lllnt t'l1M< Two ml,"down and you can own anew 3 full mtmb'l1hlp, DMr pork. from downtQwn luljOlO.bldroom, 1'1_ bath home InTown and Country North. Call Ow., 30 Alto loti you can -Two large commercllllota onfor atour. chOOIl from. Hwy. 31. '115,000.

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PRmy LOT WITH MOUNTAIN VIII lItOrCOpltl~ha.all lItllitleil Rlltrlctloni allow tOni horN, GqbdoWI1~r financing. JUlt t.41$00,

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SMALL AtREAGE TRACTS WITH ZONING 'OR MOilLEHOMES:arl,lotattd In thlltrintlyllHutl'ul Nogalarea. Th," cholclll!.1 Ojfer good tr-. cov.t, ,ret.fy niountaln vl'w•• Ont hOl:ll per tract alloWtd. fTwq to "v.n aer•• ln ~IJt. 'Iberal Jirms. "1,000

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COMMERCiAL _CRIAGE In IUp.rb location provld'l\, .xc.lI.n' pot.ntlal for Ih. div.loper or .Implv iii

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FULL MEMBERSHIP - view loton' 1.07 acres In Deer Park.OWNER MUST SELL.

IHAVE 3of the least expen·live view lots In Ruidoso ­Mountain VIew Estatel.Call1lllU

SHARE THE FUN - terms are10 good ali this WhIte Moun·.taln Chalet. Sleeps adozen -room for 3famlllel, share a 1

second home with lomefriends;

1,200 SQ. FT. doll house, 2bedrooms, 2 baths - grandroom with corner fireplace.Vaulted coiling - 8skylights- 3600 view. All this plus 2acres,

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:RtEAS;NSREAL ESTATE 257·9111615 Sudderth DriveBox 2982, RuidosoMargarot Gaddy

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MOUNTAIM RETREAT WITH RUSTIC~PP~A~ hal C11~v••Iy' locatIon Ji~r the Ruldo.o Rlvlfi Two b.droom.,bOth,lOlarrum, flr.pfacll. (xc.Ueli' t,rmi, OWnlriUg.rto 1111I f4MOO, .

AN EXCELLENT IUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I. aHord.dby thl, conv.nl.nce ItOrt In Cllpltan. Well.malntcdntcl operation .how. good Incom•• AIllI In.eluded In ial. II ci nice 3.bldrOol1l, 2.lKItb hilnii.G~ tlrl1ll.PI.a.. call for detail., ,;:, '9

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,1lIOJI rock flreplact, large diCk, wood fenc•• May boaalafurnl.h.d or unfurnlsh.d. $81,'00/ without fur.nllblng••

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RR - HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! Price on this 3bedroom, 1% bath completely furnished, professionallydeco~ated home·has been drastically reduced. Featuresfull membership in Cree Meadows Country Club and.located on golf course within walking distance of clubhouse. Only $100,000 and areal bargain atthat price. 'RR -197814'x84' 'Solitaire Royal on 2.65 acres for only$33,750 will help you realize your dreams of living in the :

. country. Some financing available wit4 low down .pay~

ment. Let us show you this jewel today! ' .RR ~ CAREFUL BUYERS, DON'T MISS THIS!Retired owner wants to travel and must sell this lovely 3bedroom, 13f4bath, furnished mobile home in mobilepark. Priced at only $19,950 and owner wiil finance withonly $5,000 down. This home is spic and span and fur·nished with beautiful furniture. See this one now!RR - HOME WITH VIEW! Charm and personalityplus make this roomy 3bedroom, 21~ bath home arealbuy at only $137,500. Has assumable 9~~% loan.Features double garage with automatic door opener,spacious decks to enjoy' the view, game room, and fenc·ed yard. AIJ of this plus many ~ore extra features for

, only $137,500. Let us show you thIS one today. .RR - D·I·V·O·R·C·E makes it necessary to sell thisbeautiful wooded R·! building lot with lots of trees, pav·ed street, al1 city utilities. Only $12,500 and areal steal.Buy this one for that dream cabin you have planned forthe future. •RR _"FIXER UPPER" SPECIAL!! partially com·pleted 2bedroom +loft, 2bath "woodsie" cabin for only$46,500. Owner will finance with $10,000 down paymentat 12% interest. If you have atalent or need abargaincabin then give us acall and let us show you this goodbuv! 'RR- FLOATING TIME CONDO WEEK at InnsbrookVillage for weeks 19 thru 25 or weeks 28 thru 34. This isduring the high race periods at Ruidoso Downs. Pricedto sell!RR- MOBILE HOMES LIKE THIS are usually on thewaiting list! We proudly offer this 2bedroom, 1l~ bathfurnished mobile on large 11k lot for only $35,000.'Features covered deck to enjoy the view and freshmountain air. Furnished including king size hide·a·bed,washer/dryer and would make agreat summer cabin orski cabin.

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Mel Glenn, BrokerBob Johnson, Assoc.' Res.: 257.5097

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"U.S.A. vs. the World inAmateur Boxing," a senesof ABC Sports specials. willfeature the United States

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"The Duke" Is baCk on the CBN Cable Nelwork In the newseries. "The John Wayne Theater." airing every Saturday Ir9m ­7 to 8 p.m (EST). Some of John Wayne's most memorableperformances will be showcased. On Feb. 26. w.ayne stars In"West 01 the Divide." the story 01 a rOljg"!'-and-tough coWboy.

The same day al t p.m.. Vera Hruba Rallitpn amfAnthonyGeorge are featured in a story of stagecoach paSsengeFs introuble In "Gunfire at Indian Gap." "California Trail," alJoi,Jt acompassionate cowboy. airs from 3 to 4 p.m. Buck Jones'plays the individual with a sense of duly tp the oppressed.

Along with tflese great Western drama and adventuremovies. CBN Cable offers a selected package 01 AmElllca'sfavonte Weslern classIcs .'

"Wagon Train" IS one of the 'network's mosl popl,ll,lrprograms. Each show stars a guest character with whom theregulars meel along the trail from Missouri tb California. The'show airs from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m.

.'The Monroes," airing from 4:30 tl;) 6 p.m" shows the trialSand tnumphs of a frontier famlly battling dishonest· land deal·ers. outlaws and other wrongc;loers. .

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12;150 MOVIE; 'Super Fllz;' A'manexposed toradlollon deYdlops luperhumo!1 powers. Terr­ence Hili. Ernest Borgnlno, Joanne Dru. Roted

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12,4S !lID MOVIE; 'Trlgg.r Troubl.· '1:00 0 NBC Newl O\lllrnlg~t

U MOVIE, 'Under 'he Yum·yum Tree' Twopeople In love ogree 19 dererm,!oe Iheir 'eharoe.ter compotlbllity' 'by livIng logetherp1ato!llcolly.Jock lemmon, Coroly Lynley, Dean Jones. 1963,1m Nlghtb.atlID 700 Clubo NCAA Bask.tball, Nor,h Carolina­Charlott. at ,JacksonvilleIII Tom Cottle Up ClolelID CBS Newl Nightwalch 0 '

em MOVIE: :Re~cue Sqllad~,Flrelighters ar~porttayed'vivldly m Ihelr dangerous profession.Rolph Forbes, Leon waycoff. 1936o N.wlwalch1m MOVIE: 'Thlef' A woman ond 0 mostersofecrocker become Inyolved'in the Intrigue ofIhe underworld; Jamel, Coon, TuesdClY Weld.Ro~ert Pralky, 19B1. Rated R. .III Barry Farb.,

. In MOVIE: 'War Druml' An Apache chlolmorrl.. a Mexican girl ancl hop.1 for peaceamong his brave brothers and the whlto man.lo~Borker, Joon Taylor, Bon Joholon. 1957.

2:30 lID ROil Baglev '3:00 fJ Prog cont'd

U Sign On/N.WI. III William T.nm Varied Ptograms

3130 0 ESPN'llnsldeBasebOlI'February Edillon!o Morning Stretch -m McHale's Navy

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4:00 0 ESPN', SportlWomanD Joe franklin Show1m S.a HuntlID Romper RoomIn TBS Morning Newl

4115 IiJ MOVIE, 'Marco Polo, Jr,' Marco 10tl outfor XOl'ladu ,where he relcues Prll\Ce.. ShiningMoo,n to lulldl 0 legendary prophecy. Volcel 01Bobby Rydell, Arnold Stong. Roled a.o NCAA Inslruct I.nal Serl'lm Faith 20 . 'lID Jimmy Swaggartf1D.~OVIE' 'Houle 0' Dang.r' A man fakelo.n '"Iury In order to love a gIrl ond trop two •killers. Onslow Stavdns, Janet Chandler. 1934.

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theCoptoln clod hil firlt lieutenant. Alec Guln'neU, Dirk Bogorde, Maurie. benham. 1962.o MOVIEI I~rdney Sheldon's. Rage ofArig,I,' port 2 ..IIDM·A-S"H i0) MacNeII.Lehr., Repott

· lID 700 Club ;CJnCharlle Bro,wn Sp.clill 'Is This 900dbVe,

, Charlie Brown? Linus and lucy move away,creating chool in 'Peanutlond.'{R)~' Telefranc. (

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8:00 fJ NFL TheatretBost Ev-r Quarterbackl ., Q lID MOVIE, 'Orace Kellv' This film Iroees

the life of GrOce ~elly from Philadelphia so' h30~Iety, through her fUm career and her marriageto.Prlnce Remler of Monaco. Cherylladd, LloydBndgOl, Ion McShan••o "'OVlE: 'Sldney Sheldo"'s Rag. o(Ang_Is' Par' 2 '~ MOVIEI 'Dragon.layer' A sorcerer comesolive when he Is cplled upon 10 slay 0 learsome 2:00flying dragon. Sir R'alph Rlchardlon, Pet't Mac.Nichol. Rated PG. • •CID Cagney" LaceyOJ Frontlln'm TBS EvenIng N.wIlID M·A"S·H·m MOVIEt 'The Ultle Girl Who UYII Downthe Lan,' Uninvited villtors dllappear whenther. threaten I/le prIvacy of a myllerlous youngglr • Jodlo FOl'et, Mortln Shoen, Alull Smith.1977

8,30 mNowslID Star TIm.lID Newharl •

9,00 R ESPN SpottsCt"t.,U Madame'l Place

·0 ED Newlo Great 'erformancIIID ~1I1r1 thO fClmllylID Cagney ,I. Lacey

9130 0 HawaII Flv..oo Tonight ShowlID M·A·S*H 'mCharlle'l AngelsIII Another UfeII MOVIEs 'The LUlty ~n' A cowpoke'swl'. ",lfers whtn /Ie~om.. 0 rodeo star andItts It go ,a. hIs head. SUlOll Hayward, RobtrtMItchum, Arthur KlI1ntdv. 1952. 4130

9:45 e Not Nocttsorlly The New. Thil showpromises 'a be Mrything the cutrenl news Isnol.

10:00 fJ NCAA Basketball, ConneC'ICut dtIotton College'0 IIDGNewsD !y.wltne.. N.wl

lID MOVIEI 'cOlumbo, bead Weight' Amur·der wilness b$glns to doubt hef own eyes whenIhe primory suspect In 'ho crime, begins 10 courthet. p.iet Folk, Suzanne PI"hei1e, edd;it Albert., 1911. EVENo::.;IN::G~ _

lID Butnl .. A'len 6,00 fJ Gymnastkst'USGF Single ElimInation. ",', m BonnyHIl. Sh.w Champlonlhlp

10tlS III MOVIEI 'ShOrlcyt MachIne' An Atlonta iii G Newlylcoquod JOrgeonl ~ounten pimpl, call girls. iii MOVIEs 'Tho Bad News Bears' A roo'logcrooked politlcianl andd,ug dealirslrl hls .....r. Uttlt loClOu, team Impro..... when a girl pilchetydO'/ working world. BUrl Reynold., Rochel joinl the squad. Woltet Moithau, rotumWord, Brlon Keith. Rated R. ' O'Nool. 1976. Roted PG.

10130" M·A·S"H III A·TeamD Tonight Show IIj) MOVIE: 'Will Ther. Really Be a• PItfall Morning?' The hf, af Hollywood "lor FrancesIII LoI' Night with Dayld Letterman Former Is troc.d. Suson Blakely, lee Granl,mMOVlEt 'Scorplo' CiA 119en1'l friendship John Heard. 1982.with hil Sovle' counterpart atouses tho Mpi' e Solld Gold MUlkal cOuntdownclans of his superiors who hire on assouln 10 gel 0 Wild worlcl .f AnImals .him. krt l(H\(osler, PClUI SCofield, Akm DeUm. e ,Spy1973 G MOVIE': 'Ensign Pulwr' Pulver attempll 10.. Hidden PlaclI corry on In the footsleps 01 Mr. Roberts, both ino Jack Benny Show harrossing the Caploin and irying to keep mar'a People'. Court 010 high, Robert Walker. Burllvel, Waltet Mot-D Nlghtllne . thou. 1964.tiD Wild, Wild Wftt lID Tic Tac Daugh

11100 II Nlthtllne .. 'os, TIme• '.yehlC Phonemena .. Aile,D PIS Lotlf Hltht 6:30 Q Happy Doys Againo I Married Joan III llIultra'ed Dolly

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11130 a LIlt. WOrd • flII $00 •D Ctuples. . , 7:00.:.11 NelA lalkttball: Auburn antnnlllH.. tHe Nliw. Overnight liD Hoppy Days .• My Utt.. Mar.1e illICIt, 'Esltnce .• MOVlE:'Garibalcll' Italy's soldier' 0 MacNell.Lehrer R,portslirlttmcl*t leads 01\ OpPrfls*d Italy to vlctory lID 700 Clubdnd restores Iii rightful ruler to the throne., lID MOVIE: 'Will Th.reaeally Be aRenzo Ricci, Paolo Stoppa. 1961. ' - ~l'Ilnlf?' the life of Hollywood Ilor FronceslID MOVlEl 'The V1klni:lI' A Vik1no king ond foniler is traced•. SUldn ~Iakely. l&e Gr..nt.hlssan kidnap a Welsh princess dnd hold'het fot ' John H.ard. 1982. .

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12100 IIUPN'llnlld, Baseball 'february editlOn! )':30 Q II) Loyertse .. Shlrlev. . D late Night with David Lett"man D P.M. Magazln, ..0 Joe franklIn Show • 8UIII'Illii Report

0) Alfted Hitchco*ck . .8:00 0 lID thr.e'l Componv_ lID BachelorFath~r D Bar. ElsonClI

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• 0IId. eevple• Wild WerkI ilfAnlmaltDI~V. ' .II MOVIEs 'ApllI holt' A Wall SIr"t broker'beconltillnvolvtd'with a wOman whom helatetdilCOytfj IS hll bo,,' wif.,JlICk lemmon, Cath-Irlne,l>e'neUvt,.Pttef lawford. 1~61. .• Ttt Tae Deugh' .• ""...,e-pher" Eye.• AlICe .. ,

4130 • HappY DopAgalnD '.M. ,MagazineD Squate PeA'QNc:AA Balketball, :Kayl.ril. Loyola

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. 1,00 "1D~n"aIHOIpltal·IJ Fa"taly.lro'"ld,IDI Guiding Ughlm I Di.um of JeannieIDt 70C1 club ,.' . ,m Supe,Statl'll'l,Funtlm. •1ID,.;lco II Right

, l!D) Mllvle .1130 III Fcin'lny , ''. mPink Panth.r Show

·m Fllntston.". 2,00 Q lID'Edge'of Night

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3,00 D G1l11gan~s IslandIII CHI'Im'her,dlb/e HulklID Chain ReactionIn Brody BunchIIlJ Eight II Enough&II NostalgiaflO Wonder W6man .

3,30 0 Tom & J.rryIIlJ N.w $25,000 PyramidIn Dkk CaveU ShowlID Le," Make a D.al'In Va,Ie" Pr.,greimllID Lav.rne .. Shirley I., cO.SO Ntstalgla

4,00 D CHIPI PalrolU •.J. a"d tho Boatiii NewlCID ,lID Happy Days AgaIno Muppet Show.. Soltlme Str..'lID Tk Toe Dough'ID Carol BurneU1m H.ut Magazinee Varied Programlm leyerly Hltlbllll..

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5,00 IJ M"A·S·Ho II!l Barnev MillotDSoapo lID Newtiii 3-2·1, ContactID Varied PregramllID CBS N.wlfJII Charlie'. Angel•

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• Movie.. PoJIca Dot 0-• 700 dub• .....w$25,000 Pyramid• VwlM Prtgroml• Plnbt.n..

1130 • SeIe .. the Century• UI&at. Yoga and Y..,• Chlkft Play• Plctvre ef Hoalth• Ilchant SImmons

'100 • Verlttl Progfaml••LnoleotD .. Wheel e' foftune• Tic Tac Deugh• "Denaliuee StIGr'nt StfHtg 'erry Ma,tOn• ledy Buddlel.. Remance Theater

9,30 D ID HII Man• V.u Asked For ItlID Anethet U'e• Varied 'rogramllID Torn Collie Show

10:00 iJ II famIly Feud: 'DID JUlt MenII tMWIG IlD Young and the RlltlessG", Vall.y.. NIt. RItQ.n' NeIghborhoodDMovIeII P..ple N.w With B11ITlllh• Vorled Pro",aml• Stanky and Hulch

10:30. II Ryan'l Hope .D D Starch For Tomorrow• ElectrIc Ct!"1pony• ••

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5,30 • Jim eollker, 'III !cn'v To!fayeUullwlnkleCD I Dream of JeannielID CiS Early Morning Newl •

6,00 • ESPN SportlCenter ," ,II lID ABc Newl Thll Morning,D Fac'l of Ufe 'III Toda., ,lID CBS Eatl., M!H'nlng NewlGBolltShltw'CD r.\y Three SonllID CIS Morning NewlID International Bvline

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, gRDIIlpet' RoornG 18~ Moml"g He."sfJ NCAAI"slruct lonal ~,...• Falth 20 ,,m JllIlmy $wa"gort 'f!I!) MOVIE: 'Phantom 0' ,he De~'

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m Wild World of Animal.lID I Sp¥ .m NCAA Bashtball: IndlanCi ofMichiganlID Tic Toc DeughflO Traveler'. Worldm Allee' ,

6:30 D Happy Dqys Again, a P.M. Maglnln.OIIMustiated Dailyat Ent....alnmenf Tenigh'cm Fomlly Feud• ShatJlftf lmug.faSoop .,

7:00 flNCAABasltetba\l: Wok. mst lit N«IhCaroflnQ.g~dco

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7:30 U"Arnctl\da',• .Net Ne«mariIy lhe New. This showprOrMes 10 btl _".".ing the current I\eWI isnol,OCheenII AJIS Ctt Wlirlc '

':00 e lID T.. a.s. hr Comf«lII Gimme A Ireok' .IIMOVIE: 'J" Stranger" Watching' A~I~I .holdl hostages in tho tvnnels uncMI New York sGrand Cflltrol Stoti<Kt. Rip Tom, Roted R,DApple Pol.ltheraiii HI" Sir... Itu..q KlIeh ~f\cJ.inlIII Erk SeYOfeld', ChronklesG TIS E\oenlnrJ N9W1II SImen " $imo"lD MOVIE: 'Earth N' The earth b«al\1es thetQrget <It Ct ckocIly Iludeor ~eIO\lnC"ed

from 0 ~poco italion. Gory Lo<lr...,oocI·and An-thony l'tondoso. 1911 •

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9:00 fJ NCAA 8cnlletbaM: UCLA af USCD lID 20/20II HIN Street lIuesB Modome'• .PJac"08NelNlIII MY'leryl .G An 'n thtFal1tlly1m Kn/lt' Landing ,

9:30 II MOVIE: 'Making to....• A )'0UIIg wo?,~mu.t face the ltllOWr.dge thai her husband II III

love whh anolllet man. t<ole JCKlcSOrl, HartyHClmlin, Michaet 0nik1lOll. 1981, Rated R.U Off Trade bettin"o Tonight ShowtID M-A*S-W• chort..•• Allgela• Analllet liteG MOVIEs 'lhe Drurn,' All El\glish garrisonIII India lights olf IndionfonatiCl with the help,alii nolive princ~. RCiyniOlld Masw,. Sobu, 'IClI·erie Hcibsoo, 1938.

'0:00 U tID (II) NewsEI Ey.wit"." NeW,• 'ltfalf, ,.... d'S'Gl MOVlEl 'MCCloud:, Th' ..2n ..Cavalry' McCloud llonwlllingly OsSrgne~ 10 theInoufllecl,polke onit. Dennis WeoWlr, Jol,e Sol'll'Inors, 1974.' .OJ Moi'eiplec. Thea"•.mlll,nl &. All,,,.. Bennyfoiill ,Show..

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10;000 lID G» News ,a Ey.wl'n,.1 Newt· , ' . '.

, CI!J MOYIE: 'TClpper' The ~IClnic '~le,of !W0angels who haV\! a;devil of a time getting IntClheaVen. Kale )~.on, Jack Wardm. Andr"wStevens, 1979 't:..:' . ': ',18 Jubllos ,Ill) Burn. & AII.nfJt BotnnV HIIrShaw. . : ,

10; IS 0 MOVIE: 'H9ndo' 11 cowboy d,scaV9r' awidow alld her son tr<lpped In the middle of 0

deodl)l AJilKhlluprisinQ. John Wf:ftne, GerlJl·, dine P~, 1953, ,

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• MOVIE; 'Hang 'Ern High' 11 w<tstlllrn'~ugh: 'guy .weor. vengonce on the men .who Ines to

lynch him, Clin' Eastwood, Inger Stevens, Edaogley, 1968III JacJc Benny ShowmPeople'l COurt.'Nightline 'fa Wild, Wild W."

11:00 O. Nightllneo Psychic PhenomenaOJ ,as Lote NightIII I Matrled JoanlID Hart to HartlID lost WordlID Now Moguline

11:30 0 t.oat Worda CouplesU NBC N.wI OvernightIII My lIltJ., MargJ.IS MOVIE: 'Caxom~u' Alter a gong hijocks2 000 corDts of diamonds, theirplanecr~n In'hill Amatan jungle iMobited by headhunters,John Irelond. Carol Ohmart, KlIlilll larsen.1968. •Ill) MOVIE; 'My Ilrolher Jochu~'mMOYIE: 'Some like It H.r Two musicians.witne..... 'a a Chicago murder, diSQUise them­set\'lllS a' girls. Tony" Curtis, Jack LlIlmmon, Mari·Iyn Monroe. 1959.

11:45 II MOVIE: 'The SflIuctlon' A popol'ar !"rllporler ond hr liYll'iro lover must contend WItha crazy peeping 10m. Morg~ Fairchild. An­drlt'N Stevens, Mkh~1 SarrozlII, Raleel R,

12:00 a Lole Night with David letltrmano J.. Franklin Showm Alhod HitrhudclID BacheJor FatherlID MOVIE; 'Fint lev,,' A young man foils inlove with a girl who is having an affair with onalder man, WiIliClm (ott, Susan Dey, 1m,III SlsIn Off

12:30 II ESPN SpothCenlero CNN Headline New,a.Slgn OffIII CIS NeINl Nlghtwatche Life of R"*y

1.00 a NBC New. Ovemlght ,U MOVIE: 'Ntghf Sonll' A soclolite~ ablind pianbt OI'Id htlpi film tegaill his Conlid·en<;o and his gltl, 0QnQ Af\drlllWS. Mer'- 0b­eron. Ethel Barl')'lllOt<t, 1947If) Nlghtbeettm 700 Clubg MOVIE: 'Outlaw roundup' The TexasRangers trode a gang of cut throats, JamesN.will, Dove O'llrlen. 1950.

1:15 G MOVIE: 'Winde!1i', Way' A doctor in arell>ote Malayan Village fries to 'pri:vent the op­prtssed n<rIives Irom going Communi:!. PeletFlnch, Mary Ute, 1958.

1:30 H NCAA Bctt.ketboHr Putdu. Qt IHinltisII MeV1£: 'Chanel SoIitair.' Coco Chanel'.struggle for S\IC<eu in the ..~ fashion world i.c:htonicled. M<t+i<t frDll<:t pi1.ier, R\lfgflr Hauer,Timothy baltOll. 1981. ltoted R.IS Tom Cettl4J Up Close1m cas News, NightwatchED MOVIE: 'lobe' Th. biography of BabeOidrikSOrl Zoho,ic., ....merica·s loremost womanathlete, Suson Clorlo:, Alex !COrras, Slim Picken••1975.

1:45 $ MO\tIEr 'Low of th.llm~t' Fighh. mur­der oM a farelt fire <III 'aka ploce when tnen tryto folt. Ovel'cJlumbermitl. Mon'" Blue. MarjorieROyrlOlds. 1941 •

2:00 II NtWlwalch , ," ,'" MOVIE: 'SOgobtusf! lraU' Wesle,.., Star'ring John Wayne, 1933. ,

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7:30 fJ NCAA BoslletbaU: Purdue at t11lnoisg Farnily T_ID lkI.in_ R.port

8:00 iii CD Fall Guya Fact, of Ufeo MOVIE: 'COnnery Row'. Al~ngMonterrey's decrepid Walerfronl, a matlne bIOI·ogist tries to forget his post while 0 youno runa­way drim into life in a bordello. Nklc Nolfe, •Debra Winger. R~d PG.o QuincymNewc ' ..mIforror of it All The rich!ilm trod'li?n tholb'ought feer'a Ja !'lclny Illithonsof IIlOYlegoersis examiflOd, (60 min.)Ii TSS E.,llni"g NeWsmMOVIE: 'If,. TDuch ofdun' A s,ntish d,i~r'cee meet's a well-'o-do and happlly Il)~rr,e,dAmerleotl.Qtld agrees '0 CJ weele-long flmp 11\Spain, .Glenda Jackson, GeotQli Segal, PaulSorvino. 1973 .

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r:45 ED MOVIE; 'Great ~o"t Qnd c:;athoQieThundav' All form"r Indian fill"t" '!lOrn. upwith on Indlon and a dirty old man to kidnap amadam and he. g;rls and hold 11I.11\ for rallsom.l"e Morvin. Olivor Reed.l;llzabetll Ashley.1976

2:00 .0 NCAA Basleetboll; Aubu,n at T"nnes,..a N,,:w,watch .9 MOVIE; 'The Groove Tube' Movies ellldtelllvision takll" 'heir licks in this loti,e on thewqrld 01 popular entertainroent. Chevy Chase.Ken ShaplrQ, Richard aoller. Rated R.Ifj MOVIE; 'Last OU,tpqlt'~ warbe~na handful of Englishmen and swamlil'\9 Africantribesmen is complicaled by two officen in lovewllh the same woman. Cory Granr,-ClaudeRain•• Gertrude Mlcoel. 1935

," tID MOV!E: 'PrairJ. Bodrner.' Billy the Kid\',' wes'ern, Buster Crabbe, AI 'Fuzzy' St, JQhn.

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11: 15m MOVIE: 'limbuktu' An Amencan adven­Iurer plays both Ihe A'ab and F'ench IIde.dunng WW II Vietor Molu,e. Yvonne De Carlo.George Dolenl 1959

11 :30 0 los' Worda Coupte.o NBC Nows Ovo,nighlCIlJ My UIII. Morglef1i) MOVIE: 'NapaJ.an II'fit MOVIE: -Th. Eiger Sanction' A reti,edhlt·man ,. hored 10 "",k out two men who have.Iol..n secret United State. moe,oli(m, Chnt Ee,I­wood. George Kennedy. Von,,"a McGee 1915

1~:oo a loto Night with David Lell"nman ,"'o Joe Franklin Showm Alfred Hi'chcodcem Bacholew Falhe,mMOVIE: 'McMillon & Wife: Nigh' Trainto LA.' When a police office. ;, murdered on a'rOfn en route to a policeman", convention.. ~r·yone on board i. ""pCC1, Rock Hudson, SusonSaInt Ja-.. Paul Burke, 1975

o HBO Rock: FI.etwood Mac In Concerteaptu"ed live a' the LA Fo,um. this group per­form. old and new hils.o N.wark Realityo St. EI,.wher.IfjN.wsQ) Novol!D MOVIE: 'Walking TaU' Part 2m TBS Ev.ning N.wselIi)9t05o Applll PCllish.rsII!) Star TII1t.H ESPN SporhCllntere IIi) Hart to Harta St. asewhllr.9 MOVIE: 'Bustin' loos.' An ell"CC/n and a,rllddle-c1oss teacher 'ravel cross-country whilebod guy. follow in hoi pursuil. Richard Pryor,(,c"ly Ty.on, 1981. Rated R,

o Madame', Placeo CIl) New,m SoapeEl American PlayhousemAll In 'he Family

9:30 0 Hawaii Fiv.·Oo Tonigh' Showm M'A'S'HIF} Charlie', Angel,m Anothe, Ufem MOVIE: 'Stromboli' A homeleu girl mar­~,e. a poor SICIlian f,"'erman to escape her la"only to fInd more unhapp,neu on a dreary i.­lor,d Ingrod llergman Moria Vi'ole. Renzo Ce.·on" 1950

10:000 Tap Rank BallingOalmlIi)New,CIl) MOVIE: 'McMillan'" Wife: Downshift toDangor' A .por" co' 'all). i. marred by a ,e"osof prank. and freak ace.dents, Rock Hud.on,Su\On Solnl Jame., Von Johnson 1974If) Fundi: The Ella Baker Story Thi. programprofIle. 'he (,"Ie,knawn Clv,l rlghts aellv"I, faun'der of the 'Young N~,o Cooperollve leagueand ',n' hecul,ve DorCC1o, a. Ihe SeLC 160

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hold. hO\tagos in the lunnel. under New York.Grand Central S'alion. Rip Tam. Rated R,o Q) Sign OffCIl) CBS New. Nightwatchm life of Riley

1:00-D'"RBC News Overnighlo MOVIE: 'The Umbo Une' ,Secret A~e~'mu.t use 0 pre"y Russion ballenna a' bail Inorder 'a discove, how the Russian. are kidnap·ping and .muggling defec'ors bock 10 Russia.Cra'g Slevens. Kole O'Mora. Norman Bird.1967m Nlghtbeatm 700 Club, .fID MOVIE: 'Man'. Country' An achonpocked weslern, Jack Randall. 1938

1:15m MOVIE: 'Qui.t American' It is discoveredIhot an American murdered in Saigon hod come'0 Vietnam 10 .tatl a '.hird fo",,',o end 'he wa.,Audie Murphy. ¥ichael Redg,ave, Claude Dau·phin. 1958,

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"r,tlO'" ;~~:ACHiI :Ul!amlly problems may disturb you tothe pOint Where you may want to relocate. Investigate thepros and cons of suCh an undertaking.

"'",'f;:~,; tAp", 2l<r.1o'V 211\ Is posslQle to find fove. wllh a totalstranger. A person you meet by accIdent could turn out tobe the one you have been wishing for.

~r.~Zl" 2~·Jr.lIlQ 2'a~aUtifY your home. This Is a good period10 e><press Inner feelings Ihrough environmental splen~or. .

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. ti.AN~giL K'::o, "~" "".July 2:1\.- ~ ~- ~ tU~' <4 -You will be drawn to another as If by

magic. Pursue your heart's desire and find yourself inanother's eyes.

.l..EQ... ... •.". ..' ~ {July 14·Au{j 23$omeone from the past is having a diffl-cull time reaching you. Make every effort to help those whoask for aid.

{Aug 24·Scpt. 23fu,portant mailers will be brought toyour allentlon. Acl on them as soon as possible and gettrouble out of the way. You need 10 idenlify with great suc-c:ess now. •

I ICD/\ .':'J-:: (Sept 24·0et 23) .bW!n/;~_...__~~_.~ - ~ Academic. Skills could be put to the .fest.

so brush up.on your studies and hit the books. "those whoiavor going back to school will find this a good time to doso,

~--;_. .---. 'E .(OC!. 2,H~ov. 22~isten to a friend's suggestion aboutsomeon~ you've been seeing and Who has hurt your feel.ings. Don't allow lhatperson to perseeute you any longer.

SAGI.t:t8llli.!a,... , .. ,'f) . (Nov. 23·Dee. 2Vhere will be much rn~try making withfriends Who travel a long distance to see you. Find areas ofcompatible c:onversation to share with those you love themost '.. .

(Dec. 22.J<1n. :!~oln a discussion group or get Involved ina leetureserias. Your mind is working arciu[ld the clock andneeds good healthy brain load.

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COUSINS'RESTAURANT RUIDOSO INNMARTHA'SVINEY'ARD CHIStiOLMTRAIL

. JERRY DALE'S. RESTAURANT',;\. ". 3MIles North on 81g11way 37 AND MONJEAUL0':lN~E,: ';"

Phone258-3555 " ( .. Hlgbway 70 at the"y". ! .An evening at Cousins' is'8 unique ex- Phone 378-4051 . . ..

perience bffering a wi.de. range of enter· .The Chisholm Trail ~estatirant in the,tai!Unent '" Ruidoso Inn features a complete menu for '

Dining in the restaurant is a pleasure breakfast, lunch or d!Jmer·. and they a~' ,witb CQ11J,'b;!sy and service just a partof . open daUy at? a.m: . .their outstandingoffer. Menu selections in- ~hey f~~, daily lunch and evemngclu<;le great llteaks, seafOOd and aU your specials but you'll t~d all your standard ,.favorites along with specialty items. favorites tool Select,i0ns from the:wine U&t

Jerry Dale's "RuidQSO's largest and complement your dinner or choose one ofUveliest night club,". is open ~very n1ght the special after dinner drinks. Tlte M6nfrom 7:30p.m. Until 2:00 a.m, and features. Jeau Lounge features live entertainmentllv~ eotmtrY westem music Tuesday thru for your dancing and listening pleasure.Sa~y$.SundaysandMondaysarerock Complete faci~ities f?r banquets,'n' roll nights. meetings, wedding receptions, etc. are

Martha's Vineyard, located 'on the West .alsl;) available at the Ruidoso Inn and !ir·side of the Cousin$' complex, stocks allrangements may be made by contactingyourfavbrite beer, wine and' Ulluor, an~ the sales director. ,feaWres everyday,low prices. .

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.Carrfzoc.nyonRoad257-2375 or 257.'131

The CattizoLodge is located in CarrizoCanyon adjacent to the Mescalero ApacheIndian reservation and offers vi#itors adelightful taste of Ruidoso history. Theoriginal lOdge has'been proclaimed a NewMexico State Historical Site 'and has beencarefully l'ellto~ to preserve the at·mosphere of a bygone era.

Art Workshops are conducted by na·tionally known ~ts and ate scheduledyear around. •

The recently completedReveille Loungeand Package Storeoflers all your favoritebeverages. Breakfast, lunch and dinnerare ct1l'tenUy served in the Mess HallWhile work eontinU$ on the Carrizo Roomwhich will provide more elegant dining.

THE WORTLEY HOTELDINING ROOM

At The"y", .PhODfl25'lJo7547· Gl!J'Y and Slteryl Gamel', owners of,Ruidoso's brand new MCDonald's inviteYOU .~ C(m~e by for ~Q your lQpg-tbnec.favol'ltes... . .· Locatedat the "Y" ,tIley are open seven .days a week and start serVing breakfast at .6 a.m. Of co~eyou call enj()y YQllr mealin tile attractivedining area 0... diive up for.fast service take-out.orders. . ... ':You deserve a break today,1 - atRwdoso's new McDonald's! .. .. . ~

DIXIE CItEAM DONUT $HOP"Ml)Utbwatering DeUghlS"

LOcatedAcross From .. The Telepboue dtltce

, Phone 257·553$Dixie cream })onutShop ofleI'$themost

taste tempttng dl;lIightsavaUable in' theRUid()So ares.. From blueberry donuts,ci:'eaJU filled eclairs,to Stll'\Ul1ptious. em", .MInOO roJ]s, every biteis mouth watering.

Call in ahead bf time for parties andorder cakes or large orde,rs prepared toyour .stJeclfl.eations. The. Dixie .CreamDonut Shops b~rts early for your conve­nience, 80 come by soon apd enjoy all theirvariations otgOOdies. '. ,.

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LILLIE'S RESTAURANT"Everything Is CookedIn LlIUe~BKltchen"

Mltl~wn RuidosoPhone 257·"55

Enjoy a touch of old Mextco in midtownlluldo$ol Lillie's Restallrsnt will gi\'e youthereal southof the borderfelUng from theSpanish decor to the deUclotla homemadeMexican Food. . ,·Open year around from 11 a.m. unUlI0

p.m., Lillie's speciaUzes in superb semceand a menu tba.t. featUJ.'es Gua~lajara, .greenchill conqueso, enchlladas and tacosalong with saridwiches and sW1ks. .

McDONALD'S

UneoIn, New MexicoPhoae 1-1534381

The~ room at the historic WorUeyHotel in LiriColn is Dow open year around.Breakfast Is aerved from 7:30 untilll:30and lunch is served form 11 until 2. Thefood issu~and the turn-of·the centuryltmos~ invites you to enjoy a leisurelydining e~ence. And of course. you canchoose your favorite beverage to comple­ment your men~ selection. It's a greatplace for a get-away meall

SONNY'S BAR-I-CUEAND STEAK PIT

"Rukloso'l OriginalSmce 1974"MIdtown Ruidoso.Phone 25Ni451

SOnny's B!U'·b-cue and steak pit in mid­towti lbddoso has been the area's favoritefor fIne ateab, delicious bar~b-cue and allthe fixin's since 1974.

Catering service is also. available andthey feature special meals and special. .pnces.

, .. "NewM~x'co'.Only .CompJeteLuxUJ'y Resort Ji'lIeWty" .

Owned anel Operatedbythe Mescalero Ap.che 'l'ribe3,5 mUes South ofRuiclOllo .

on the Home"lId ofThe Mescalero Apache TrIbe

.·Phone 257.~1.1 .TbeInn of the M()Ulltain Gods pr:ovldes'~ts ev~ $rnenity of lUXW'}' Uving, sur·l'()UD(led py' ~,OOO aCfeS Of unspoiledforest. Spacious accomm~Uons offer afantastic view of·trn, lake andSienABlan·ca. SUperb Wining. and dining will delightthe .eIlootIieist of gourmets With a Wideselection of wines 'and mixed drinks, finesteaks and seafoo<l. In addition, it's theperfect place to be lor yoUr danclngandJiatening pleasure. Quests will enjoyswim·mfbS, boating, fishJng, golf, tennis,horseback riding and everything else youwould expect from a complete. resqrt.There are 52 RV spaces wHb water andelectricity ~vauable. Also, enjoy skeetandtrap abQOUng ranges 101,' th", avidaporiaman. . .'

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HILL COUNTRYAFamUyRestauratlt

Z547 SlidderihPhone 257·78%5 .

Cbarolette and Buster Hill we1c»me youto Hill Countryfor a delicious lunchorsup-

· per. Now $erVing 7 days aweek, Hl1l Coun·try ill open 11 a.m•• 8 p,m• .on weekdaysand 11 un.• 9 p.m. on weekends.

DaDy luncheon special$are a newfeaf.1U'e and the salad tub Is uniqUe to saythe ledt. Some menu il$nls include chUi·burgers, bar.b-que cbtcken and. ribs,mouth watering chUe or some of' the beststeab in the Southwest. For an enjoyableea~ experience come by Hill Q)UntrY.

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Stark'sDonut Shop is open? da)l1l a weekfrom 7 a.m. until 1 p.m. arid agabt.(rotn 4p.m. ~tu '1 p.m. to ensure donut lovers arenever WithO\lt their favorite goodies. Oldfashion hllndcut donuts are prepared freshdally-and they even offer II deliVery ser'·Vice! Special ord~rs are invited. .'

'COCHERAMexican FIXId Ie Cantina

¥c MlJePa.tCouIIM'PIIone 258-3&'11

Ruidoso's'newest restaurant and nightclub recently opened on Highway 70, lfcmile north of' Cousins'. Serving the bestMexican rood in the Southwest, Coehera isopen "1 days a week, withfood beingservedfrom'l1 a.m. to 11 p.m. >

The Clntlna' at Cocbera offers you awi~ selection of mixed drb,Jksand lightedbackgammon boards for all the bl\ckgam·moo. tnthusiasts. Happy HoUt is from 4:30p.ol... 6 p.m. with 50 cents draws, HappyHour drinks and free salsa and chips.'Ibtn'Sday nights is Ladies Night from 1p.m. to 9 p.m. with Happy Hour drinks toall UnekOrted ladies. Come by and enjoydancing until 2 a.m.

TINNIE'S SILVER DOLLAR•'Where Time Turned

BlCk The Clock"TInnie, N.M.

· (u.s. 70/380 between RoswetJ"Rwdosb)Phone 1-'53-«25

'rinnie Mercantile Company takes youback toelegant, turn of the century dining.Leave the hecticworld behind asyouenjoysizzling steaks, succulent lobster., tenderlamb cMpsor trOUt.. All .yol1r' favorite

•spirits, including many new and excitingdiinks, are served in opulent, aUthenUcal­Iyappointed salons of yesteryear.

Tinnie's Stiver Dollar is open ftom 5:00 ...p.m. Ull10:30,p,m. daily.

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12130 II ESPN $p,rteCon'er . . rth ell de '. IIMOVIEI 'Th.W..·Jd· Of Honry .......nl' Th'.• .0 .' spr.o ng slructlon. Kenll Sowora.

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2:00 • Top .ank 1o.ln, from La, Vegas, NV from Garmany to Eno!olld. Christopher Plum'2130 U CNN Hooclllne Novn • . rrltr, YI/I IryMtr; Gart Frobe. 1967.

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2145 • MOV1El 'The ShHIllt' A cIylng gunman • 1m...",. ActJet, Uno.....Ing pIOCI In his final days Is hoIInded bv I • tt.rsIy Ieysr",oIs. John Wayne, lauren Iocall••on He- ':00. Futuro s,.rt .ward. 1976. Rated PG. ..Mode. M1II4y/lnwnt. ShIrIey/

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3130 II New.watch rey', clempkf waterfront, a marine biologistU MOVIE: 'Novtt Olve a Suck., an Even .trlet to fargft .... post...t.lle a young rvnt:rNG'/.ook' A promoter asplres for either a wealthy drlfh Into Iifa In a bo«IeIIa. NIck Nolte, Debrowoman's hand or her dought.,·s. W.C. Field\. WlllQIr••crlerf 10.Glarla han. Leon Errol. 1941. II All Stat W....tlln.mMOVIE: 'An;''' In Dlsgulee' The Bowery 1lll1I1\It. lunny/lead RunnttShewBoy, tIIrn detedive when their real .lIat. friend .. V.ya,o '0 the let,", of tho SeaIs shot in a hold up. Lto Gorcoy. Mickey ICnoK, . D 1.nnll Anyone?Edwo,d Ryan. 1949. • .. 0rI1l1y AdamemW..Id/Lat,. 9:30 II SId SchHl

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6100 .. NFL Tboo.,.: SlIper Sov.n'lot•• Now.e Eyewltrtou Nowee MOVlE,'Hendo' A cowboy discovert awlClow and het san ttCIpped in the mlddl. of adeadly Apache uprising. John Wayilo. Geral.dine Page. 19.53.

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11,15 m MOVIE. 'SamlOn and the Sea Beast'Samson battles a ferocious pirate band whounmercifully attacks ships of the Spanish Main.Kirk Morris. Margar.t lee. 1960

11 :30 II CoupleeU Evon More Uno.purgated Bonny Hill TheBritish comedian returns with a new group ofcomedy sketch.s.o NBC Nowe Ovornlght1m MV Uttle Margieem MOVIE: 'Oriontal.'mMOVIE: 'Th. WIJd Go...• Aband of mer·cenaries attempts an Impassible task In Africa.Richard Burton. Roger Moore. Richard Harris.1978.

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12130 0 CNN Hoodlln. N.wsU MOVli: 'Thief A woman and a mastersafecracker become Involved In the Intrigue ofth. und.rworld. James Coan. Tuesday Weld.~bert Prosky. 1981. Rat.d R.III CD SIg~OH . •lID as NoWI NightwatchIDl Ufo of .11ev

1,00 0 ESPN Sperhc.nterII NBC Now. OvernightU MOVIEI 'Mallnlflc.nt·Ambenons· A de·cadent family clings to tradilion 11'1 a time bawtby rapid change. Jastph Cotten. AOMS Mor..head, Anne Baxt.t. 1942.G Nlghtbeat1m 700 ClubmMOVIE: 'sw..t SIMII Of Succ...•" paw·.rful New York columnist enlls" the old of afawning prell oo.nt to break up his IIsle('sromance with a muslclon. Burt lancaster. TonyCurtll. Su~ Harrison. 19.57.

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3:45 • MOVIE: 'Eallh W' The earth becomes thotarget of a deadly nucleor dmc. Iaunchodfram a space 1taIion. Gary lockwoad and Attothony FrancIoIO. 1971

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12:00 fJ N,CAA Basketball: North Carolina Stat.at Virginiao OJ USFL Football Previewo II NCAA Basketball: Tenn•••e. atKentuckyo Boy Me.t. Girl Billy Crystal hosts this lookat the singles scenc.&> Fr••dom 10 ~peak

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12:30 0 Gl U.S.A. "s. the World in AmateurBoxing Coverage of the U.S.A. Vi. fhe U.S.S.R.i~ pre'ented from Las Vegas. NV. (90 min.)m MOVIE: 'Broadway Melody of 1938' Abroadway producer engages an unknown dan·cer with a racehors.e as the ,tar of his new UlOw

and both are hih. Robert Taylor. Eleanor Pow·ell. Judy Garland 1937.m lawmakenfI!) Children', FundmMOVIE: ·Phantom of Hollywood' Myster·10US phantom lives in the underground tunnelsof a decaying film studio's. bock Jot and terror­Izes. prospective buyers. Skytt Aubrtty and JackCanidy_ 1974,

1:00 0 MOVIE: 'Hondo' A cowboy discovers awidow and her son trapped in the middle 01 a

deadly Apache upriSing, John Wayno. Geral·dine Page, 1953,o MOVIE: 'Madame Sin' A former CIAagenf grl6'i1ng over the death of his fiancee isimmobilized by a W3nic gun and Madame Sindupes him to steal an ultra modem Polaris ,vb­marine. Bette Davis. Robert Wagner. 1971II!) em Doral-Eastern Open Golf Coverage ofthe final round is presented from the DoralCountry Club. Miami, Fl. (2 hn )IE) Firing UnofE Pet Action Une

1:30 @!) American Inveltor2:00 fJ NCAA Basketball: Clemson at North

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.:. u Meet The Press MOVIE: 'The Hostage Heart' Abillionaire ,lEI JaclcAnderson Confidential of the rise of a m.pe~ Enillish constoble fQ thelEI lone Ranger· obsessed with privacy, secretly checks into a 7:00 0 MoVIE; 'Stis;flight; Thll' Plane th!Jt past !>f .Britisltplplofnol ill a SlIlIth. ~m..tica"Ill) Baptist Church hospitQI for a heart operjJlloll but terrorists Ccnddl'l't'Lond' .' , ".. .' . ,. coulllry. Sh1rl~)' )OJ\8l, ~lello S'eYltIlS, U9""Uef.1m La.,.rn. and Shirlev break Jnto the operatingroem',and hold him for .. C.H'iPs ' , , '," ," 9£1;;" I

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11:00 0 Gymnastics: USGF Single Elimill4ltlon SwiI, Vic Morrow, Sharon Acker. 1977 . reporter and herliye~11\ IQ'I8r l!'Iust,c9ntfhcl wllh IIi) ;lolaLevift. ,..' .Championship. 2:30 D MOVIE: 'Star Wars' An orph~n, a rene- Q. ~ra~ ~ping tom.;Morgoll faiichild,An- m MOVIE: 'JiaqJpII FtemZahrqln'. A ritbelo II!) This W..1e with David Btinlde, gade and a princess baltle the evil forces co". drew SleVllIl$, MIchael Sarra:till, Raled R, . leader.in'an Arob.oil Jt!ltCl escapes alOllg withI) Women and the catholic Church To- trolling the, Empire. Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, 0 It Is Wrlnen. . /. some I.ellow cOllvlcf$ o,.lIiey make a dash:forday's program discusses the status of women in Harrison Ford. 197B. R!ItCld PG. 0 MOVIE: 'Cclcalne; Qne ,Miln', the border. $al Mine<l, Vbl Bl)'llner, Me:ldlynthe Catholic Church. (60 min.) 18 MOVIE: 'S~oky' A wild blQCk stallion es.. Seduction' 1-,(<<11 e$tatel:?roker UsolCOCOtne to, Rhue. 1962.D MOVIE: 'DClSpctraf. Women' Three otIrc;>c- capes after trQmpling a Wf'!Jngler', brother Who bolsterhil problems but finds Ollt that thl! drug II!) Newl •tive but gritty female felons in Ihe old Wesl hod been mistreating him. Fess Parker, Diana Is 'the molnproblem. in. his life. Dennis We<J.Y1I~, ' mMOVIE: 'Utile CG_r' A SIlialltlml! boodreludant'y hitch up with an ex-hired gun, Don Hyland; Katy JI/rado. 1966. Karen Grassle, Pamela Bellwoocl.1'182.,. ' rises to become Ih. CiaI' of gangland. EdwardHaggerty, Susan Soi'lt James, Ronee Blakley, m NIaJi From Atlcmta: Ted Turner I&J MOVIE: '9 to .$'Th~!fe frustrated ladies· G; Robll1SOn,Oduglas fatrbaiil<l Jr. 1931.197B @!) Qne In th~ Spirit' talle malten Inlo their !>WII hands agoinst their 11:30 0 MOVIE:· 'Bur"t Offeri"SW /I., hauntedo Val de la 0 3:00 'U Those Amazing Animal. chauvinistic boss. Jane Fonda; lHy Tomlin, 'Dolly house with a will of its own casts.- 0 fearful palllID Gl NCAA Bolleetboll: Teams to be lID m CBS $ports Sunday roday's program Parton: J981, over a young fomily's well-beIng, Bette Davis,AnJ10unced features a l()..round lightWeight bout between m Fightlkaclc . ' tearon Black; OIivorReed. 19761m MOVIE: 'Charlie Chan In Reno' Charlie's Howard Davis and -Tony Baltazar and the III Life·On Earth D MOVIE: "MacArt~ur' Port 1 Tho. exploitsin Reno. trying to clear his client'S w.ife of a World Sprint Speed Skating Champlonihips. Din Touch of General MacArthur during'World War IImurder charge. Sidney Toler. Ricardo Cortez, (60 min.) , m Week In Re"lew , -ond the XorteJn Waf o":&hfoJJowed. GregoryPhyrJis Brooks. 1939. GJ H.... eo",. tIM Brief.. lID Archie Bunk..'. Plcice Peck, Ivan Bollar, ~atd, Cos'ellQ. I

m Sing out America lID MOVIE: 'Apache Rose' Gambli"Q boot lID Mel" HO~lIton '. 1m Jewish Vokem Richmond 400 live flag to .flag coverage owner ploh to gain control of oil found on SO Cordo... Bleu~lng ,II) ABC News ,of the NASCAR Grand National stock car race. Vegas Ranch" Roy Rogers, Dole Evons. 1947 RlHawaU fJv..o 11:45 tID CBS New. Nlghtwatch(3 hn., 30 min,) fm Hello Jerusalem 7:30 B ESPN SportsCent. m Barnaby Jon..fI!) Champion.hip Fishing 3:15m News II World Tomorrow CD Don Haaldnl Showfit MOVIE: 'Guns of Diablo"A wogonmoSfer 3:30 0 JCKqUClS Coulteau 01 People to P.apl. J2:oo D MOYlE: 'Thle.. A WOIllCJll and 0 JIlOl'erwho once wounded a man in self-defense. yeors 4:00 II ESPN SpumCel'lt., I!l1 c;Jorlq . sofecrClCk.r becorioe in.volved in thelntriglle Qflater meets up with his vengeful victim. Charles ·0 Solid Gold f:m Theatr. Gala 'Tho 5choql for WiYfl: ThisBronson, Susan Oliver. Kurt RU$$oll. 1964 0 'elcing Encounter verso come~y is about afeOlovs middr.oged' the.underworld. James Coon,' TUflday Weld,

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GJ Jane' Goodall &/World of Animal 8:00 U MOVIE: "Cocaine: One Man', lID Special , .Behav Seduction' A reeil estc:rto broker uses cocoine to • SD ,MOVIE: 'Hi. Prlvca'e Sea.tcity' A mUlion..,em Traw.1en World botster his ptobfems but finds out that the drug aint#' son ., eJeptoifedt John Wayne, fvofyn1m AI McGuire on Sport. is the main problem·fn ,his lifo, ~nnts WttQVer, Kn~PPf ReginQld Barlow. 1933~flO Japan 120· Karen GrouSe, Pamela BeUwood. 19.82, 12:15 Gl MOVIE: To Ie Announcltd •

4:30 IJ FrogS" Rode Visit the world of Frogglo II Jimmy Swaggott m,MOVIEI 'Gu'nl .fDJablo'A wagonmaster .Rock undomttath tho basem*nt of ,on eccentric 119 NeWt . who onc. woundttdornon In-Htf~f.nse, y.orsinventor. ID All CrMltu,.. Great and 'Small later mHfs up with hi, wng.lul v;dim. ChatloJ 'o NBC Newl lID Changtd Uve. Bronson'- Susan Oliverf Kurt Runell, 19~lID CBS New. Ii YDS W..lcend NeWl 12:30 II Sig" OH' .1m 1983 Annual Auto Show ' 1m MOVlE='9 '0 5' Three frustrated lodie, If) At'Th. Movie.lIlt American Trail toke mott.r, into iheir ownhonds Cigaimt their 12:45 em Barnabv JOJ1" .m Nic. P-opt. chewvinbtic boss. Jane: Fonda, Ufy Tomlin, Dolly 1;00 0 ESPN SportaCent... ·iii) Jade And.,son Confidential Potion. 1981. o MOVJ£: 'lost ChQnc.' In'r;gUO'OfJdadvcn~fD Those Amadng Animals e MOVIE: 'StarfUghh Th., Plane ihat ture let in th, copitols of fUlop'. Michatl Ren.

4:45 0 NBA Tonight Couldn't Land' nie, OanlellaBionchl, Tab Hunter. 1968.5:00 0 NBA Basketball: Utah at Seattle m Road to Los Angel.. In Nightlitat

o m ABC: News 8:30 Q NBA Basketbal': Denver of los Angel.. tIl)'SlgnOHo Laverne & ShkMV & Co. lID John Anlcerbero m MOVIE: 'Th. Snow Creature' Ano MOVIE: 'Dragon,toyer' A sorcerer comes 9:00 Q Ev.n More Unexpurgated Benny Hill The expedition to the Himalayas lvcceeds in· brino.aliv~' when he is called upon to $loy a fearsome Britilh comedian returns wah -Q new group of 'jng a Snow Creature bock fo ,ht U4S, whor* heflying dragon. Sir Rolph RkhardlOn, Peter Moe.. (ol'11~dy dcetchel. , escapes. Poullangton.leslie Denison, ierv Shi-Nic:hol. Rated PG. 0 Madame', floc. moda, 19.54.o To Be Announced Q Newt. fm MOVIE~ tTraln Robbery Confidentlal t

o Voyage"l If) Twilight Zone True' story 0' well thou~ht out and well executedlID 60 Minute, Ii) Masterpiece Tht!totre robbery of 0 company pay cor of the: BrazilIE) We.lcend lID The King Is Coming Centrol Railroad corrying27 million cruzeffol,1m Flying HOUle mJerrv Falwell by siJC men, Elicztr GQmes. Grande Otero. Re.mBest of World Champion.hip Wre.tling ginoldo Forjos, J960.1m CBS News fiJ Other Peopl., Other Prace, 1:30 0 MOVIE: -Upstkk' A h'gh.ftiih.on model is

5 '.30 0 ~ 4Pr.\ News ED Barry Ftstbe, brutally roped by her younger sister', mUlic.. QI 9: 15 II!) News h M H A e' ,o MadiJOn Square Garden teae ~r. argot' emingway. nne aneta t.

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1m Swiss Family Robinson IIi) Contact' . Newlwale~ New Me.ico News m Tom Cottle Up Clo,.~ 9:45 lID MOVIE: 'The Ruuiani Are Coming, The eft MOVIE 'Ph f H II d'Mm Fight Backl w ID.Horowitx ~ : antom 0 0 YWOQ ySltr·

Russians Ar. Coming' A RUSljon submorjne ;ous-phanfoM fiyes in the underground ttinnebEVENING gets stuck 011 a ,ondbar off an island near Cope 01 a decoying 11Im ,todio's bock lot and ferror.

Cod, and a landing party goes trshole lor help. ites prospective buyflt'S. Skye Aubre.y and Jack6:00 0 Mati Houslon Brion Kei,h. Jonalhan Winlers, Alan Arkin. Eva Cauidy. 19"" .

I) Voyagers' Mori. Soint, 1966 1:45 1m CBS News Nighlwatcho Straight Talk 10:00 0 I).News' 2:00 fJ NCAA &oskeIboll: North Carolina StaleD CHiPI ' Q MOVIE~ 'Star Wars' An C)·rphon, a rene· at, Virginia~ " ..chie Bunlcer'I Place d d · b ft" th 'I f 'w.l:.I go e on 0 prlftc~u a e 0 etta arec'S con' 0 MOVIE: "~rogon~JDve,j A SOfCere, ('omes.m Wall Stre.t Journal trailing -the Empire. Mark Homill, Cortie f:i$her. alive when he is tolled upon to slay a fear$cmelEI NPPA Awards Harrison fo __d. 1978. Rated PO. flying dragon. Sir Ralph Richordlon, Peter Moe-£) Lee the Virginian 0 Barry Farber Nichol. Rated PG. .m NashviU. Alive 0 Entertainment This Weele If) HoJlrwOocl: The Silenf V.a,s£J 60 Minutes m 'rofires in American Art 2:30 mRa'PatroilID Ripley'l Believe It Or Not m Larry Jones Ministry' fli)MOV'lc: 'Western Cyclone' Billy the Kid 'sfm Scandinavian Program 'm Open Up caned in to perform Q c1eoning~up job. "'sterm lawrenlCeWelkfl!) Mediletranecnt Echoes , Crt1bb6. 19~3,11

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B Stat Trek on a health form and uncover (J for.smuOglingIf) MOVJ~ 'rhe W~gQnl,RQllalNight' A gang. The Bowery 8o~s, Joyce }folden, Robertcarnival owner tries everything to bteak lip his Clte·rloh. t953.sister'$ romCkKe with tI young tion fomer... ,Jodn Ii) World/lor';8 ,1e$lie; Humphtey Bogart, Eddit Albert. 1941. ED MOVIE: iTh8 Hostag.lilad' AbiUionoireG) MOVIE: 'The la" Voyag4t

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