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Roswell Daily Record’s Thursday, February 7, 2013 Volume 20, Issue 3
Publisher: Charles Fischer Editor: Rey Berrones Ad Design: Sandra Martinez, Steve Stone Columnists: Donald Burleson, Stu Pritchard Roswell Daily Record Staff Writers: Vanessa Kahin, Kevin Keller Roswell Daily Record Staff Photographers: Kevin Keller Contributing Photographers: Kelly Berrones
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The Vision 2013 Invitational
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Once again, the Baby Boomer Conference comes to the Roswell Convention Center. Shown are dancers from The Studio + entertaining the crowd during the 2012 conference. Photographer: Kelly Berrones
and work. Part of that is because the featured artists use traditional crafts, and have mastered them to the point that it has transformed into a form of expression. The artists are Catalina DelgadoTrunk (papel picado), Damian Velasquez (furniture), Frederico Vigil (fresco), Drew Coduti and Kevin Burgess de Chávez (tinwork). All of the artists featured in the Vision 2013 Invitational are not unified by a statement of purpose, rather, they all have a similar thought process that goes into the creation of their art. One might say that they have a united vision. Ultimately, by pushing the boundaries of their craft to tell their own stories, and the stories of their communities, these artists are giving the world a glimpse at what the future of these crafts hold. For example, The "Half 13" series of furniture from Velasquez takes powder-coated, stainless steel furniture to a new level by adding a sculpural fabrication that is both colorful and useful. These design cues are things that one can easily envision being incorporated into future furni-
ture. Be it tin and metal work, paper, fresco or furniture, all of the artists are innovating with traditional crafts to create a forward thinking dialogue with the viewer. On Friday, February 8, from 5 - 7 p.m., the Roswell Museum and Art Center opens the exhibition which will continue through September 28. Two public programs related to this exhibition occur on Saturday, February 9. From 10 a.m. - noon, the Museum will hold its Second Saturday program for students in Third-12th grades. Delgado-Trunk will teach papel picado. This program is free and funded by the Roswell Museum and Art Center Foundation and the Roswell Women’s Club. At the time of this writing, enrollment for the progam was full. In the afternoon, from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m., Delgado-Trunk will teach papel picado to adult students. The cost for this two-hour workshop is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. To register, call 624-6744, extension 10.
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Courtesy Photo Catalina Delgado Trunk, The Watchers, 2011 cut paper over paper
The Vision 2013 Invitational
For 30 years the Roswell Museum and Art Center has invited regional artists to showcase our corner of the world’s art.
By Rey Berrones Vision Editor very medium that is represented in fine art has underpinnings in craft. Sometimes a craft yields only a tool or a functional object. However, there are times when a craftsperson starts creating objects that begin to draw emotional responses from observers. The forms and art that are created by these five great artists are aware of
the legacy of the past of their art and craft, while their present creations point toward the future of their medium. Each artist has used their art and creative process to tap into the traditions of their community in order to create an expression that reaches beyond the walls of a gallery or a studio, and penetrates into the fabric of the communities in which they live
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Shroud Exhibit and Museum The Turin Shroud interactive exhibit at White Sands Mall in Alamogordo offers a backlit, full-sized picture, the only interactive VP8 Image Analyzer 3D experience. The exhibitʼs goal is make Turin Shroud available to all including the vision impaired. Hours are Sunday from 2 p.m. -4 p.m., Tuesday - Friday from 1 p.m. 6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Free admission. For more information, call 4462113, or visit ShroudNM.com.
Billy Shakespeare “Billy Shakespeare” will screen for the public for the first time at the Flickinger Center for The Performing Arts on Friday, February 8th, 2013 at 7 p.m. This will be an interactive experience for the audience. Feedback forms that include suggestions for modifying the film will give the viewers an opportunity to share opinions that may alter the version of the film that will be released for all audiences. Movie Synopsis: “Imagine that Lady Macbeth never seduced her husband into killing the king; Hamlet never lusted for his Mother, and Iago never deceived the Moor of Venice into murdering the innocent Desdemona. Suppose that William Shakespeare, the worldʼs greatest playwright, never existed until now. In modern times, Shakespeare peddles his screenplays in Hollywood. Renaissance and modern sensibilities clash and the combustion makes The Bard,as played by comedic genius Jason D. Johnson, the most controversial screenwriter in Hollywood.” This is a special screening and the first invites will go out to the cast, crew and their families. The screening will also be available to the Shakespeare and Movie lovers
Saturday Feb 16
Artesia High School Auditorium
The Newsboys are playing the Godʼs Not Dead Spring 2013 Tour with special guests Building 429, All Things New and Campbell. This show will be at Artesia High School Auditorium, Doors open at 6 p.m., with the show at 7 p.m. Gold circle tickets are $35, General admission is $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets are on sale at itickets.com and Terryʼs Electronics. You can also call 703-5735. If tickets are purchased at Terryʼs Electronics, you will be entered in for every ticket you purchase for a chance to win 2 VIP tickets
of Otero, Mescalero, Lincoln Counties. Admission is free. Preferential seating will be provided for those that have RSVPʼd to the eveningʼs event. For more information, call 4372202 or visit flickingercenter.com. For more information on the movie, visit filmotero.com.
Spa Day Pamper yourself after the hustle and bustle of the holidays, you deserve a little pampering.. Spa Day at the Heart of the Desert Gift Shop from noon - 3 p.m. Enjoy a 15 minute chair massage, sugar salt hand scrub, hydrating leg mask and a complimentary glass of wine. $20 per person, limited spaces available. Tickets may be pre-purchased at Heart of the Desert Gift Shop or Allure Salon. For more information, call 434-0035 or 4342232.
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Masters of Hawaiian Music/Chocolate Buffett The Masters of Hawaiian Music/Chocolate Buffett is at the Flickinger Center, located at 1110 New York Ave at 7:30 p.m. Come celebrate Valentines & our Chocolate Buffett with, Four-time Grammy-winner, master slack key guitarist George Kahumoku Jr., known as “Hawaiʻiʼs Renaissance Man”, is also a multiple Na Hoku Hanohano (Hawaiian Grammy) Award winner. He is also a vocalist, storyteller, songwriter & author, worldtraveling performer, as well as a high school and college teacher, artist and sculptor, farmer, and chef (traditional Hawaiian cuisine). George features the delightful experience of ki-hoʻalu (slack key guitar) – the distinctly Hawaiian style of open tunings. George will be joined by National Heritage Fellow Uncle Richard Hoʻopiʻi,
renowned for traditional Hawaiian falsetto singing and ʻukulele, and by son Keoki Kahumoku, both featured on the Grammy-winning CDs. One of the great traditions in Hawaiian Slack Key guitar—indeed in all Hawaiian culture— is the passing on of music and practices from one generation to the next. This concert offers you the rare opportunity to experience the warm bond of father and son, sharing a slack key genealogy even as each makes ki-hoʻalu (slack key) styling his own. Ticket prices vary. For more information, call 437-2202 or visit flickingercenter.com.
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Recycled Art Show Artesia Clean and Beautiful hosts the 8th Annual Recycled Art Show at the Artesia Historical Museum Art Annex. For more information, call 7483192.
The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra plays the Ocotillo Performing Arts Center at 7:30 p.m. In Big Band history, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra is recognized as one of the best allaround dance bands. It could swing with the best of them, and no other band could come close to Tommyʼs when it came to playing ballads. The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra still represents explosive and swinging Big Band entertainment at its very best! This performance is sponsored by Heritage Inn & Artesia Animal Clinic. Tickets are $30. For more information, visit artesiaartscouncil.com.
Adobe Rose Valentineʼs Day Dinner Celebrate Valentineʼs Day with dinner and music by Old
School Band. Candle-lit tables, godiva chocolate covered strawberries with fine champagne at the Adobe Rose Restaurant located at 1614 N 13th Street. Make your reservations today for Valentineʼs Day. For more information, call 746-6157.
Newsboys The Newsboys are playing the Godʼs Not Dead Spring 2013 Tour with special guests Building 429, All Things New and Campbell. This show will be at Artesia High School Auditorium, Doors open at 6 p.m., with the show at 7 p.m. Gold circle tickets are $35, General admission is $25 in advance and $30 at the door. Tickets are on sale at itickets.com and Terryʼs Electronics. You can also call 703-5735. If tickets are purchased at Terryʼs Electronics, you will be entered in for every ticket you purchase for a chance to win 2 VIP tickets
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Valentineʼs Dinner at the Yellow Brix Restaurant A Gourmet Five-Course-Valentineʼs Dinner awaits you at the Yellow Brix Restaurant, 201 N Canal Street. Dinner is $100 per couple, or $160 for dinner with a wine pairing. This is an RSVP only dinner. Call 9412749 to make your reservations.
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Mardi Gras in the Clouds Cooking Contest Bring your favorite dish to enter into the contest for a cash prize or for just $7 come sample and judge all the fabulous cajun food!
The Eclectic Bones The Eclectic Bones play the Western Bar at 9 p.m. for Marti Gras Weekend in CLoudcroft.
Feb 8 - 10
Mardi Gras in the Clouds The annual Mardi Gras in the Clouds is Friday, Saturday and Sunday. There will be a cajun cooking contest, a battle of the bands, vendors, food and games. for more information, call 682-2733 or visit cloudcroft.net.
Mardi Gras Battle of the Bands The Battle of the Bands is back by popular demand. Listen to some of the greatest artists in our area as they battle it out for a $500 cash prize. This event is free for spectators.
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The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra Southwest Symphony Cultural Arts Series presents The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra plays Tydings Auditorium at 7 p.m. In Big Band history, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra is recognized as one of the best all-around dance bands. It could swing with the best of them, and no other band could come close to Tommyʼs when it came to playing ballads. The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra still represents explosive and swinging Big Band entertainment at its very best! Adult door tickets are $20. For more information, call 738-1041.
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Lest We Forget: Roswell Army Airfield - The Early Years This Walker Aviation Museum display will remain through the end of the year. This exhibit features a short history of the base and many items from the WWII era, as well as information about the planes that flew at Roswell Army Airfield from 1941-1945. For more information, call 247-2464 or visit wafbmuseum.org.
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Peace Through Strength This Walker Aviation Museum exhibit is a tribute to the 579th Strategic Missile Squadron assigned to Walker Air Force Base during the early 1960s. The squadron was responsible for operating and maintaining 12 Atlas missile silos around the greater Roswell area. The exhibit was funded through a grant from the Association of Air Force Missileers. For more information, call 247-2464 or visit www.wafbmuseum.org.
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Karaoke at Billy Rayʼs Restaurant and Lounge Karaoke at Billy Rayʼs Restaurant and Lounge at 118 East Third St. from 9 p.m - until people stop singing.
Ritmo Latino at El Toro Bravo Ritmo Latino plays El Toro Bravo at 102 S. Main St. from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. For more information, call El Toro Bravo at 6229280.
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The Tejas Brothers play Pecos Flavors Winery at 7:30 p.m. After forming in the fall of 2006, the Tejas Brothers quickly became the subject of big conversation around the stockyards of Fort Worth. Within a few short years, they had earned the respect as one of the best live acts in Texas. Admission is $12. For more information, call 627-6265.
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David and Tina at El Toro Bravo David and Tina plays El Toro Bravo at 102 S. Main St. from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m. For more information, call El Toro Bravo at 6229280. Los Band Dʼ Dos at Los Cerritos Mexican Kitchen Los Band Dʼ Dos playing Latin Pop and Country music at Los Cerritos Mexican Kitchen at 2103 N. Main from 6 p.m - 9 p.m. For more information, call Los Cerritos Mexican Kitchen at 622-4919.
Open Mic at Ginsberg Music Ginsberg Music opens up the stage every Saturday from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. P.A. system and drums are provided, all other instruments must be brought by the musician. Point of Vantage Art Exhibition, “Point of Vantage”, mixed media work by Valli West-Davis and Cate Erbaugh, is on view at Tinnie Mercantile Store, 412 W. Second Street. The work displayed includes the layering of photography, homemade papers,
Eddie Dominguez: Where Edges Meet Where Edges Meet is the first major museum exhibition devoted to a comprehensive view of Eddie Dominguezʼs artistic journey that spans over thirty years of studio practice. The exhibition features many types of work that Dominguez has created including mixed media, works on paper, performance, and the ceramic sculpture environments that he is well known for. For more information, visit roswellmuseum.org.
Nov 16, 2012 - Feb 10, 2013
Jerry West: Centennial Artist Exhibition This exhibition is coordinated in partnership with the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program and the Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art. Utilizing a myriad of cultural and family stories, dreams, and personal experiences, Jerry Westʼs paintings and prints present metaphors that explore life in New Mexico as well as the 8 >>
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ublai Khan is a four piece metalcore band based in north Texas. They originally formed in 2009 as a garage jam band. They would all get together and jam at home as a way to excape the stresses and turmoil of their life at home. According to band member Isaac Lamb, "Practice became like therapy sessions. And shows were the only time we had to escape real life. So we really put all we had into it and decided one day that we wanted to try and that this band as far as it can go. And we haven't looked back since." And so began the band. As can be expected from this sort of start, the music that they have since created is emotionally charged, aggressive, and does not shy away from tough issues. Many times, they directly address with their lyrics topics that other bands will not, and that has helped them build up a fan base that is also dealing with these issues. Lamb continued, "The response has been overwhelmingly positive. It can be scary to talk about things that are often tabooed. Or to bring attention to subjects that expose some pretty tender emotions. Many times in main-stream music it is often some of the simplest emotions that get over looked for what ever reason. The industry simplifies and doctors artists to maintain a mass appeal. The sad truth is a lot of society doesn't want to
hear what a bunch of kids have to say. So we speak to those who will listen. The core of our topics aren't brought up to be ‘edgy’ or harsh to boost a trendy selling point. Emotion is what it is. But honestly there is no greater feeling than when we are able to level with complete strangers solely based off the music we create and the words we say. Because that is community. And for some of these kids that's the closest thing to a family they have. So why not be honest with each other?" One of the topics that many bands don't address is oppression and racism, which Kublai Khan tackle head on. Lamb elaborated on this, "Well racism has always been a strong topic for us. It remains a strong topic in the nation and the world as a whole. We are proud to be an integrated band that stands against racism. But we address it in an attempt to unify people. Not so much to end it. “We also just want to relieve some our own pain. Which was the foundation behind the song Color Code. I honestly think you cant ever destroy racism, but you can open peoples eyes to it. I remember being a child, and being picked on because I was mixed. I didn't understand what I was doing so wrong to make people treat me like a lesser person. But with age I began to see the world and the people in it for what they were. They are scared. Just like me. Just like
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Kublai Khan plays Turtlefest IV
you. “All you can really do is just try and be a good person. Because no matter what other people will always find something they don't like about you. That's life. “Knowing that is knowing you can't educate or enlighten everyone. But one thing you can change is how you as an individual choose to treat
others. Just love people. Even if that love isn't retur ned. Because somewhere down the line it will make a difference to someone. It made a difference to me." Kublai Khan is playing Turtlefest IV, presented by The Unity Center at the Roswell Boys and Girls Club located at 201 S. Garden. Other bands playing are Dec-
imus, Tyrants, Cherubim, Infinite in Azimuth, I am Infinite and Hearts in Overdrive. Admission is $6, and the doors open at 5 p.m. For more information on the show, visit facebook.com/theunitycenter. For more information on Kublai Khan, visit f a c e b o o k . c o m / KublaiKhanTexoma.
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Kelly Berrones Photos The 2012 Baby Boomer Conference packed the Civic Center.
The annual Baby Boomer Conference and Business Expo returns to the Roswell Convention Center
By Vanessa Kahin Vistas Editor
he annual event that has so many facets its organizer admits it has developed a “life of its own” is taking place in Roswell once again. Presented by Frontier Medical—a home health agency— the fourth annual Baby Boomer Conference & Business Expo is set to take place at the Roswell Convention Center, 912 N. Main St., on Saturday, Feb. 16, from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. A true business expo that attracts vendors from various
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parts of New Mexico, event coordinator and director of marketing for Frontier Medical Barbara Gomez said the event is free and for people of all ages. The allusion to the baby boomer generation— people born in the U.S. between 1946 and 1964—is simply the event’s theme. The nod to the generation that embraced the mantra “make peace, not war” and, with comfortable economic security helped propel the music of legends like Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Pink Floyd and Led Zeppelin; adds a fun twist to the event that was always meant to be both educational and entertaining. There will be close to 80 booths at the expo that will include information, products and of course giveaways on a variety of items. Representatives from hotels, the Spencer Theater for the Performing Arts, the Billy the Kid Casino, restaurants, funeral homes, chiropractors and many more will be on-hand. There will be a variety of entertainment; including dances from the Studio + and the RAC-a-Taps; and music by
Vinnie Baggatone and the BaggaVaughns. Even Elvis will make an appearance. The Baby Boomer expo is such a fantastic affair that attendees vie for best-costume prizes by dressing up as such icons as Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor, and why not, home-grown Roswell aliens. “Everyone tries to outdo one another,” Gomez said with a hint of mischief . “There’s going to be all kinds of stuff.” This year’s Baby Boomer expo will include community notables such as attorney Tom Dunlap, who will give a presentation on legal issues. Richard Lucero of the Neighborhood Watch program and members of the Roswell Police Department will give a presentation on identifying scams and fraud. There will also be a presentation on all things Medicare. Perhaps one of the biggest highlights of the event will be a car giveaway. For just $10, an adult over the age of 18 will be entered into a drawing to win a brand new Toyota iQ. The car drawing is a result of Gomez’ partnership with SEE BOOMER ON PAGE 10
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>> 5 greater human condition. West earned a BS degree from Colorado State University and an MS degree from the University of New Mexico, both in Biology. In the 1960s, while teaching high school history and science, West began studying painting and printmaking at New Mexico Highlands University under Elmer Schooley and ultimately earned an MFA degree in 1970. His work is included in museum collections in New Mexico and Europe, and the Santa Fe Rotary Foundation for the Arts honored him as their 2010 Distinguished Artist of the Year. West was selected by the Roswell Artistin-Residence Program to represent New Mexico during the state centennial year. The exhibition is at the Roswell Museum and Art Center.
Jan 18 - Aug 4
Martie Zelt: In Spaces Between The Roswell Museum and Art Center presents the exhibit Martie Zelt: In Spaces Between. Zelt is a Roswell printmaker who has lived in the community since 1989 after completing a second fellowship with the Roswell Artist-inResidence Program. Over thirty assemblages produced during the last twelve years are contained in the exhibition that runs through August 4. Zelt makes her own paper, and starts with a printed ground―either a collagraph,
(furniture), and Frederico M. Vigil (true fresco) are represented in the exhibition that continues through September 28, 2013. For more information, vall 624-6744
Lee Coulter Lee Coulter plays Pecos Flavors Winery at 7:00 p.m. Admission is $5. For more information, call 627-6265.
Friday Feb 15
Inn of the Mountain Gods
Hermanʼs Hermits with Peter Noone play Inn of the Mountain Gods at 8 p.m. Donʼt miss the Grammy-Nominated British Pop Band in concert! Well known for their hit songs “Mrs. Brown, Youʼve Got A Lovely Daughter” and “Iʼm Into Something Good”. Tickets start at $25. For more information, call 464-7777 or visit innofthemountaingods.com.
monoprint, or photo etching―to which she adheres fabric scraps, plant materials, and other media including stitched thread and graphite or pastel markings. The finished works are playful, highly nuanced abstractions that speak of the natural and manmade worlds through which she has traveled. Many allude to her flower garden and surroundings in southeastern New Mexico. Zeltʼs work is represented in the collections of the Albuquerque Museum of Art and History, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Carnegie Museum of Art, University of New Mexico Art Museum, Yale University Art Gallery, Brooklyn Museum, Anderson Museum
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of Contemporary Art, and the Roswell Museum and Art Center. For more information, visit RoswellMuseum.org.
Vision: 2013 Invitational Exhibition On Friday, February 8 from 5-7 pm the Roswell Museum and Art Center opens the exhibition Vision, featuring the work of five artists from northern New Mexico who practice traditional techniques, yet make their art relevant to todayʼs society. Kevin Burgess de Chávez (tinwork), Drew Coduti (tinwork), Catalina Delgado-Trunk (papel picado), Damian Velasquez
Papel Picado Workshop February 9th, 2:30-4:30 pm, Catalina Delgado-Trunk will teach papel picado to adult students at the Roswell Museum and Art Center. The cost for this two-hour workshop is $30 for members and $40 for non-members. To register, call 624-6744, extension 10.
RCLT Radio Comedy Valentine Special The Roswell Community Little Theatre Radio Comedy Valentine Special is at 7:30 p.m., at the Roswell Community Little Theatre, located at 1717 S. Union. The Department of Communicationʼs radio drama series Theater of the Mind is performing a special Valentineʼs Day live performance of its latest comedy, Will Someone Please Tell Me Whatʼs Going On Here? The cost is $10 for two people. The event will feature a dessert bar and romantic music after the comedy show. For more information or to make a reservation call 622-1982.
Identity Theft Seminar At 2 p.m. the Roswell Public Library will be presenting a special seminar on identity theft. Frank Mulholland a former special agent of the NM Insurance Fraud Bureau will discuss what identify theft is, how individuals and business can protect themselves and what to do if you believe you have been victimized. This is a free program to attend and no product or service is offered in connection with this event. For
more information you can call the us at 622-7101 or Bernice Geiger at 505-476-4507.
Turtlefest IV Kublai Khan is playing Turtlefest IV, presented by The Unity Center at the Roswell Boys and Girls Club located at 201 S. Garden. Other bands playing are Decimus, Tyrants, Cherubim, Infinite in Azimuth, I am Infinite and Hearts in Overdrive. Admission is $6, and the doors open at 5 p.m. For more information on the show, visit facebook.com/theunitycenter. For more information on Kublai Khan, visit facebook.com/KublaiKhanTexoma.
Valentineʼs Day Candlelight Yoga Class Whether you celebrate or ignore Valentineʼs day, come to Kana, located at 112 W. McGaffey St. at 5 p.m. and do something kind for yourself. A special class by candlelight. There will be hip opening poses, bakasana, some Miles Davis, Sarah Vaughan, and a long savasana. Regular class price (or use your monthly pass) Please note that Peterʼs 5:30pm class is cancelled that evening.
Valentineʼs Day BINGO Valentineʼs Day BINGO at the Roswell Elks Lodge on 1720 N. Montana with big Valentineʼs Day winnings. Starts at 6:30 pm. Do not miss out ! Doors open at 5 pm. Food service available. For more information, call 622-1560.
Tejas Brothers The Tejas Brothers play Pecos Flavors Winery at 7:30 p.m. Admission is $12. For more information, call 627-6265. 9 >>
UFO air speed: How fast was that baby going?
By Donald Burleson ny UFO investigator interviewing a sighting witness wants to get information as specific as possible, and when that information provides some numbers to crunch, so much the better. As a mathematician I conf ess to a biased >> 8
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respect f or numbers, but their usefulness is hard for anyone to deny. One of the best kinds of mathematical information, when we can get it, is how much arc the obser ved object moved through in the sky during a given amount of time. Arc can be measured in degrees. (If you point at the horizon and rotate your arm until you are pointing straight up, you have descr ibed an arc of 90 degrees. A good thing to remember is that the angular size of the full moon is about half a degree.) One may roughly estimate arc against the sky the following way. Hold your hand out at arm's length with your fingers together and your
thumb tucked out of sight. T he inter val between the outer edge of your index finger and the outer edge of your little finger covers an angular span of about five degrees. (When it is more convenient you can position both your hands together to make a span of ten degrees.) So suppose a UFO sighting witness gives an account like this: "I saw the object move from there to there" (pointing out the object's positions) "in about f our seconds." And suppose we try measuring this span against the sky and see that by moving our hand from point to point we cover the observed arc in 11 hand-widths. That will mean that we now have an approximate angular
velocity, in that the object moved through about 55 degrees of arc in four seconds, or 13.75 degrees per second. Now, for reasons too esoteric to go into, it turns out to be convenient to change the 13.75 degrees into radian measure by multiplying it by pi/180 or 0.0174533, obtaining about 0.24 radians. The reason this is useful is that if we now multiply by the distance to the object, we get approximately the distance the object moved in the sky in one second. T he trouble with this, of course, is that we usually don't know how far away the object was. But we can at least get a relation between distance and speed. For
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for 6 consecutive year, the first band to achieve that mark. Between 1976 and 1983, chart success in America includes the following singles: Itʼs a Long Way There, Help Is on Its Way, Happy Anniversary, Reminiscing, Lady, Cool Change, Lonesome Loser, The Night Owls, Take It Easy On Me, Man On Your Mind, We Two, and The Other Guy. Little River Band is considered to be one of Australiaʼs most significant bands. Worldwide album and CD sales now top 30 million. Tickets start at $35. For more information, call 464-7777 or visit innofthemountaingods.com.
Corelia The Unity Center presents Corelia, I Omega, Seeker, Amyʼs Not Breathing, and Reverie at the Boys and Girls Club located at 201 S. Garden. Admission is $7 and doors open at 5 p.m.
Chippendales World Famous Girlʼs Night Out Show, members from the U.S. Touring Chippendales Show Live From Las Vegas The Ultimate Ladies Night Out at Tequilaʼs Nightclub, located at 6514 Old Dexter Hwy in Roswell. Thursday, Feb. 21 at 8 p.m. Admission is $15 in advance and $20 at the door. Tickets are available in
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Hermanʼs Hermits with Peter Noone Hermanʼs Hermits with Peter Noone play Inn of the Mountain Gods at 8 p.m. Donʼt miss the Grammy-Nominated British Pop Band in concert! Well known for their hit songs “Mrs. Brown, Youʼve Got A Lovely Daughter” and “Iʼm Into Something Good”. Tickets start at $25. For more information, call 464-7777 or visit innofthemountaingods.com.
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example, if we take our 0.24 radians and multiply by 5280 feet, we get 1267 feet, so that the air speed of the UFO was about 1267 feet per second for every mile away it was. If we want, we can change 1267 f eet per second to miles per hour, getting 864 mph if the object was a mile away. (If two miles away, 1728 mph.) Obviously all of this is approximate, because the hand-width method of estimating angles of arc is rather crude, and because witnesses may not be able to judge the elapsed time accurately. But even these rough estimates are helpful when we are tr ying to understand what the witness has seen.
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The Lincoln County War
By Stu Pritchard Roswell Historian he killing of Brady and Hindman added further fuel to the fire and events would lead to increased killing as the Lincoln County War raged on. The fight at Blazer's Mill is considered a classic among gun battles in the Old West. After the six so-called Regulators had assassinated Sheriff Brady and Deputy Heinman in continued revenge for the killing of Tunstall, the group still thirsted for anyone else associated with Tunstall's death. Hearing that Andrew Roberts, known as Buckshot, was in the vicinity of Tularosa, the group used the excuse that Roberts held some of Tunstall's cattle to head there. The group paused at the Mescalero Indian Agency en route south. Roberts, unknowingly, rode up on his mule, was accosted by the group and refused to surrender. The salty old fel-
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low was an ex-soldier with so many wounds received in fights with Indians, Texas Rangers and casual acquaintances that they called him Buckshot. A small man with one arm so crippled he could not lift a rifle to his shoulder, he was, nevertheless, willing to take on the fifteen men who challenged him. As the fight started, Charley Bowdrie got in a surprise shot that caught Buckshot in the stomach. The old fellow retained presence of mind enough to step inside the mill and drag a mattress across the doorway. In seconds he had shot off Bowdrie's belt, cut off George Coe's trigger finger with a shot, hit Middleton in the chest and grazed the arm of Billy the Kid. As Dick Brewer, leader of the crew, peered over a log, Roberts' deadly rifle shot caught him dead between the eyes. The loss of their leader
caused the remaining fourteen, bruised and bloodied to retire from the fray. Buckshot's stomach wound, from the first shot in the battle, proved fatal, even though he did receive medical aid from a Fort Stanton doctor. He and Brewer were buried together the next day, the hot weather making quick disposal of the bodies necessary. The Lincoln County War by midsummer of 1878 was a blazing, spreading cancer in the nation's largest county. The Englishman Tunstall was dead: many of his murderers were dead at the hands of the Regulators; Lincoln's Sheriff Brady and his deputy Heinman were dead-all of which led to the showdown. It started on July 14 when Alexander McSween and over 50 men swept into LincolnBilly the Kid was one of the men. With a three to one advantage over Sheriff Pep-
pin's forces and with warrants for the arrest of Peppin's men, McSween, nonetheless, took the defensive maneuver of barricading three downtown buildings. Meanwhile reinforcements for the sheriff drifted into town until McSween finally found himself outnumbered. Soon bullets, like angry bees, were passing between the chosen positions of the two sides. In the first two days of fighting only a horse and a mule died, but on the third day a deputy firing from high on the mountain was fatally wounded. Colonel Dudley of Ft. Stanton, on the pretense that one of his men had been fired upon, led his forces into town complete with a gatling gun and a howitzer. It meant disaster for McSween and his cohorts. Although Dudley and his troop took no part in this, the critical battle of the conflict, the McSween people found no way to fire toward their adversaries over the heads of the military. As the Lincoln County War reached its climax, the forces of Sheriff George "Dad" Peppin and lawyer Alex McSween
“They need everything, from hospital beds, to equipContinued from Page 7 ment, to supplies,” Gomez Roswell Toyota—which has said. been an integral part of the The Baby Boomer expo Baby Boomer expo since the itself started out as a commuevent first took off in 2010. nity project. To Gomez’ surPrizes are given throughout prise, the first Baby Boomer the day at the event, but the expo had 60 booths. The winner of the Toyota iQ must Civic Center was packed— be present to actually get the and the inquiries into making car. the event an annual shindig Gomez has always included began pouring in. a car giveaway as part of the “I created (the expo) the expo. And, she has always first year as a one-hitensured that the proceeds go wonder,” Gomez said. “It just toward a charity. This year, the had a life of its own.” proceeds will benefit Puerta For more information about Abierta Homeless Clinic. the Baby Boomer Conference Once a month, Puerta & Business Expo, visit roswellAbierta helps those who are jackfm.com, email frontierhomeless or those who do not firstname.lastname@example.org, or have medical insurance by call 627-1112. giving them free medical care.
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found themselves in a standoff across the streets of Lincoln Town. The intervention of Colonel Dudley and his troops from Ft. Stanton doomed the McSween forces, for during the night after Dudley's intervention, over forty of McSween8s forces deserted across to Rio Bonita leaving McSween, his wife and 14 men in the U shaped, two family home, where they were barricaded. Five days after the initial activity the soldiers brought. The prosperity helped the merchants in the improvement of their structures and helped Roswell grow into the recognized town center for the area. The little town of Roswell remained peaceful while the soldiers patrolled the roads and added their protection to the Berrendo settlement of Mexicans just northeast of town. But Captain Lea felt a need for more permanent recognizable law in the little community. He began to discuss a job as sheriff with a former buffalo hunter. His name was Pat Garrett.
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Kevin J. Keller Record Sports Editor ith the Coyote Den at near capacity, the worldrenowned Harlem Globetrotters dazzled thousands of fans on Feb. 4 with their unique blend of basketball and entertainment. It was the first time in more than a decade that the Globetrotters invaded the Alien City. The Magic Pass pre-show event gave hundreds of adults and children alike the chance to interact with members of the Globetrotters. Titan signed autographs and took pictures with fans, two other members of the team showed fans how to perform the trademark spinning-ball trick and two others played against fans. After the Magic Pass preshow, nearly 2,000 fans packed into the Coyote Den. NMMI athletic director Reggie Franklin was among them. Franklin played with the Globetrotters from 1979-81 and, on this night, served as an assistant coach for the team
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under former Globetrotters legend Sweet Lou Dunbar. Before the game started, Globie, the team’s mascot, entertained fans with a game of musical chairs and a dance contest. Then the Globetrotters took the floor to a raucous ovation from the fans in attendance. Hi-Lite Bruton, the reigning “Clown Prince of Basketball,” welcomed and interacted with the crowd before tip-off. The game is always secondary at a Globetrotters event and this night was no different. Hi-Lite, with teammates Ant, Cheese, Hacksaw, Prince and Mighty (the 11th female member of the team in its more than 80-year history), spent most of the night badgering the referees, playing tricks on the Global Select team, and entertaining the fans with dance moves and jokes. KBIM’s Tom A. Ruiz, the celebrity member of the Global Select team, received one of the loudest ovations of
the night when he took the floor to begin the second quarter. Despite missing every shot he took during warm-ups, Ruiz smoothly drained his first shot, a 3-pointer, in the game. He knocked down another triple later in the quarter. Hi-Lite provided more comic fodder when Ruiz went to the free-throw line — he replaced the game ball with a helium-filled balloon, which floated into the rafters when Ruiz attempted to make his first free throw. After getting the game ball back, Ruiz made his second free throw and, shortly thereafter, checked out of the game with 14 points thanks to the “every shot is worth double” rule. By the end of the night, the Globetrotters had thoroughly entertained the fans, brought smiles to the faces of thousands and, to no one’s surprise, won the game by a 118108 count.
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