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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - May 29, 1977, Alamogordo, New Mexico 4 Alamogordo . Dolly Newt sunday May 79,1977 Holloman Honoreen recognized by cd two Holloman air Force base military personnel received certificates entitling them to $100 in purchases in Alamogordo chamber of Commerce Board of directors meeting at Holiday inn. Sgt. B. C. Smith was recognized As a career airman of the Quarter and airman Lillian Dew As a first term airman of the both Are attached to the 1877th communications Squadron commanded by col. Arthur Evans who introduced them. Duane Bryson presented certificates and plaques. Sgt. Smith has been at Holloman four years. The women a division of career airman of the Quarter sgt. B. C. Smith and first term airman of the Quarter Lillian Dew Hab accept plaques gift certificates and congratulations from Duane Bryson chamber of Commerce military Liaison committee at Friday s chamber Board of directors meeting. The airmen Are attached to the 1877th communications Squadron. Commission has Long list of protests to consider at meeting the Alamogordo City commission meeting scheduled for May 24, cancelled for Lack of a quorum of commission members has been rescheduled for 7 30 . Wednesday june i. Protest hearings to be brought before the commission include a application of Freddie Brown and Herbert Zang to rezone blocks 12 and 13, Collins tracts from class a single family dwelling District to class g-2 trailer court District located on Mescalero St. Application of Benote Harrington to rezone a Poi turn of Block 34, Airport blocks from class g trailer District to class g-2 trader court District located in the 800 Block of Lind Berg ave. A application of James l. And Madeline Smith to rezone die North 81 feet of lot 12, Block 136, Tow site from class c multiple family to class d-2 neighbourhood business located at the South East Corner of ninth St. And Porto Rico ave. Application of Barclay c. Henderson to rezone lot 8, Block 223-a, Posey sub division rom class a single Farnoly to class b two family located at the North West Comer of 18th St. And Oregon ave. Application of Robert q. Wade to rezone the West 75 feet of the East 125 feet of the South 117.7 feet of lot i Block 215. Tow site from class b two family to class c multiple family located at iou Catalina. Application of he Mayflower and Whitfield transportation for partial vacation of plat in the a. G. Monath building site i and 3, revised lots concerned Are at the end of Black and Grey sli., tabled from april 26. The commission also will consider a proposed ordinance revising the Alamo Gordo Public Library Board of trustees revising regulations of the Library and repealing ordinance no. 275, tabled from april 26. Hear from Jeff Dean regarding the proposed budget for 1977-78. Consider final adoption of a proposed ordinance revising Section i of the Alamogordo criminal code relating to solicitations permits for charitable organizations. Consider appointment of members to the Alamogordo promotion Board two members for one year terms expiring on july i 1978 and three members for two year terms expiring july 1, 1979. Hold a Public hearing on the proposed budget for 1977-78, including discussion of use of Revenue sharing funds. Consider a proposed ordinances relating to garbage establishing new rates for collection and providing for deletions and amendments to garbage regulations. Consider a proposed ordinance enacting an additional Gross receipts tax of one Quarter of one per cent in compliance with the municipal Gross receipts tax act. Considered proposed ordnance relating to alcoholic beverages and establishing new License fees. Planning Board minutes inquiring commission action Are a final plat of Paradise Park subdivision unit 2. A request of Alamogordo abstract agents for Dovie Luttrell to vacate a 30 foot right of Way and easement across the West 30 feet of her property located directly behind Norm Arnold son White Sands blvd. A application of r. L. Lusk jr., to Annex a tract of land in the Southwest Quarter of Section 28, t16s, Range to East located on the East Side of Canyon place and containing 9.013 acres More or less. The commission will consider entering into a joint Powers agreement relating to the space Hall of Fame Road and consider authorizing a Grant application for funding for the title Iii program for 1977-78. I my it in in Tea i univ in Jav j. R. Guinn left speaker for the Certoma club meeting receives an appreciation certificate from Ron Monteleone club president. Guinn tells club of Mountain climb j. R. Guinn teacher and track coach at Chaparral Junior High school was the guest speaker at tuesday nights Certoma meeting. His presentation was illustrated by a number of color slides. Guinn is a backpacking enthusiast and he talked about his recent trip to it. Rainier wash., during which he scaled the Summit and Learned Many techniques of Mountain climbing. A backpacking provides a method of continuing ones individual physical fitness program beyond school a Guinn reported. A unfortunately Many of us do not main Tain a Good physical fitness program once we leave school even though we should. Backpacking is an excellent remedy for that assisting him in his presentation was Bill Harper. Also attending As a guest was John Foster a member of the air Force assigned to Holloman. A this weeks meeting will be special. Members Are advised to bring their wives. Guest speaker is to be Bill Castorena High school principal a notes Ron Monteleone club president. The chamber of Commerce is a fall set to go with a cardio Pul Minory resuscitation car training program As soon As a location for the course to be held is found. Mrs. Dottle Otto explained plans for the program. Five instructors have been lined up. A minimum of 30 participants Are sought for the class she said. Directors voted to Send a letter supporting the expansion of the Mescalero Apache tribes inn of the Mountain gods. John lattauzio chamber of Commerce president read a letter from the tribe and reviewed preliminary moves for joint efforts to promote tourism for the entire area. Col. Robert lines commander 49th Tow support group Hab made a report on base activities housing needs and efforts to locate housing for new people coming in. He noted the situation is critical. Jack Cates White Sands missile Range told the group base purchases in the area totalled $16 million during the six month period october through March and of that figure $9 million was spent with Alamogordo firms. Jim Randall introduced by Jerry Watkins reported work is continuing on construction of 16 new Booths at Frontier Village Otero county Fairgrounds. All Are spoken for except one he said. A third a a Bank Booth will be included. Eddie Olsen and Watkins reported on the recent bus tour of tourism connected employees in which they saw various Points of interest and were Given information regarding them. Representatives of All stores planning to participate in a crazy Days in july Are asked to notify the chamber of Commerce office. Larry Shaw made a report on ambassador activities. Zia seeks summer volunteers by George w. Cardell director once again Zia therapy Center is offering a summer program for the children of our Community. Six weeks of therapy Gross and Fine motor visual perception remedial Reading and math phonics auditory training Early childhood training and infant stimulation will be provided in addition to daily recreational activities and swimming. Art speech therapy and music will Complete the programs planned for the students. Registration of students for this program should be completed at the Zia therapy Center office 900 first Street mornings before the summer session begins on june 20. However late registrations will be taken during the first Day of the summer session. In the past this program has been very successful due in Large measure to the cooperation and efforts of the Alamogordo youth who have provided Volunteer service to implement the varied aspects of the programs. We again Are asking for volunteers primarily from grades 9 up in order to assist us in giving the children a summer filled with worthwhile and rewarding experiences. The program will extend from june 20 to july 29, mondays through fridays from 8 30 . To 12 noon. All interested persons should come to the Center mornings and Complete a summer Volunteer application As soon As possible to assist with the summer program. This is open to both boys and girls. Volunteers Are expected to 1. Be ninth Grade or above. 2. Be willing to participate at least 12 hours each week and to provide own transportation. 3. Have parents permission. 4. Prefer Good academic standing. 5. Be responsible and Able to follow directions. If you have any questions please Call the Zia therapy Center 437-3040. Kindergarten graduation a Jamie Valdez was one of 26 kindergarten students at for. James b. Hay school receiving diplomas during a program thursday. Diplomas were presented by the Rev. Jose g. Saez pastor of immaculate Conception Church assisted by sister Bernadine school principal. Other members of the class Are shown looking on. Radio Hack 56knmersam now 6097 stores amp dealers #1 in the Usa #1 in Canada go 40 for full Power save $20 loaded realistic r 40 Channel Mobile cd Reg. 13995 trc-452 features poll lighted s of meter x Channel dial of Gam and amp a switches backed by 16 years of cd know-how1 r i i i i i i i i i i i i i pfc a # two great cd books offer 66% off in. 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