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Alamogordo Daily News (Newspaper) - November 29, 1982, Alamogordo, New Mexico Alamo Prfto i. I vol. Tip no. 215 Alamogordo. Now Mexico. Monday. Nova bar 29.1912 25 lacs by Carrier to u it Wilhm Wau laugh lines we ought to appreciate the potholes. They re about the Only thing on the Road that a made in noted we be noted a decided change in what the football players do with the football when they get it into the end zone. Remember when they a throw it into the stands or throw it onto the ground or otherwise make a big show of it All Well nowadays they re much More subdued about the score. Most of the time we have noted Over the past few weeks they either gently Lay it Down on the turf or hand it to the game official. We doubt that their glee of getting it into the end zone has changed but their method of showing their happiness has changed. Maybe its because some of them a particularly the pros a were fined for throwing the Ball away or maybe they have choreographers who have been teaching them differently. Maybe its All for the Benefit of those watching i the screen. Anyway we be noted the change pops deadline just a reminder that the deadline for making reservations for the dec. 3 a pops dinner a is fast approaching. Reservations must be made by 4 . Tomorrow nov. 30 and tickets May be purchased from band orchestra and chorus students or at the Reagan s new plan tax Breaks help inner cities Santa Barbara Calif. Apr president Reagan trying to make peace with City officials urged the lame Duck session of Congress today to put on its Agenda a package of tax Breaks and investment incentives to lure new business to depressed Urban areas. Reagan said approval of his so called Enterprise zone initiative would a let our cities get on with the business of in remarks prepared for delivery before the National league of cities Reagan also made a pitch for a massive Highway repair and jobs program that Congress is to consider in upcoming Days. Portions of Reagan a speech to be presented in los Angeles were released in Advance Here where he has been vacationing since last week. The Highway repair plan which already carried bipartisan congressional support Calls for a 5-Oerrt per gallon increase in the Federal gasoline tax to finance the work. A it will allow us to Complete the interstate system make almost All the interstate repairs strengthen All our dangerously weak Bridges improve thousands of others enhance All of our safety and address the critical Public transit needs of our cities a Reagan said. Reagan a Enterprise zone program contains a variety of incentives to attract new business to inner City areas. It includes a provision to allow employers to pay a lower minimum wage to teen age a a Fin Pap it Trade meeting can agree on farm produce of Otero county phone 437-2000 Alamogordo daily news office the music shop or at Squash Blossom. The Black tie option dinner will begin at 7 . Dec. 3 in the High school cafe orium and will feature entertainment by members of the symphonic orchestra the strolling strings Gerry Chavez and the first edition show choir. For further information Call Sherry Taylor Don Thorp or Jim Young at 437-6886. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to help finance the Spring trip to Durango colo., when the band orchestra and chorus students will participate in the Fine arts music tonight All boy scouts 13 and older and their parents Are reminded that tonight is registration night for the 1983 Philmont $10 registration fee is required. The meeting will be at 7 . At our Savior lutheran Church Parish the White Sands missile Range reports that there will be a Roadblock tomorrow nov. 30 beginning at 7 55 . For approximately one hour on Hwy 70 West of the White Sands National Monument Headquarters and East of the White Sands missile Access Road. Roadblocks Are subject to change without notice. For the latest information Call 678-1178.place change the local recovery group has changed its meeting place to Trinity lutheran Church 1505 College Avenue. The group a National self help group formed to assist those suffering from nervous symptoms excessive fears and associated fears meets each tuesday at 7 30 . Recovery is a non profit organization and does not charge for its services. Geneva Switzerland a an 88-nation world Trade conference today adopted an emergency Compromise worked out by the United states and other countries on a new set of rules to combat protectionist Trade barriers. But a major agricultural policy dispute Between America and the 10-nation european common Market remained unresolved despite Marathon negotiations. The conference chaired by Canadian foreign minister William Maceachen avoided taking a Side in the feud by calling instead for a study of the Issue. A Overall the results might get a Grade of cd . Special Trade representative Bill Brock said of the negotiations. A it could stretch to a c plus but Only time and future actions could after five Days of often acrimonious deliberations the conference reaffirmed the 35-year-old general agreement on tariffs and Trade with a set of Compromise guidelines hammered out by an emergency Contact group. Gatt is the umbrella organization that sets the rules for non communist world Trade. It has no enforcement Powers. Concerns Over unemployment and declining Industrial productivity often watered Down the conferences avowed of taking a Tough new stand against protectionism. The final document called Only for members to a a resist new protectionist measures. Gatt is generally opposed to Trade restrictions. The United states Canada the common Market Japan and key developing countries worked around the clock to reach a com Hunters Are found following a Long search by new Mexico state police and members of the civil air patrol and search and Rescue teams six lost Hunters from the Portales area were found this morning near the Yates ranch in the May Hill area. The six including James Lockridge Doyle Lenderman Jack Garcia John Smith Danny Stevens and Denny Stevens were Hunting in the Mcdonald Flats area from nov. 26 to 28th, and the Call for help came sunday evening. The Cap plane was up this morning but called Back after a report that the Hunters had been found. All of the six Hunters reported lost were dressed properly for the weather and so survived the cold night in the mountains. Over the weekend Many Hunters were reported lost but at this time All have been found. Promise among the divided nations which represent 80 percent of world Trade. The Issue which most often threatened to undermine the conference was that of common Market farm Export subsidies which the United states wants to see phased out. The common Market insisted on Reading into the record a statement declaring the study a is not a commitment to any new negotiation or obligation in relation to agricultural the common Market includes Britain Denmark France Italy West Germany Belgium Luxembourg Greece Ireland and the Netherlands. A . Congressional delegation had warned that the United states would dump surplus farm products on the world Market unless the common Market halted its massive agricultural Export subsidy program. The nine Man delegation was led by sen. Robert Dole a Kansas Republican. Brock indicated the threat would still be carried out if the problem is not solved and noted the subject would be a Central focus of upcoming bilateral talks Between the United states and common Market nations. A i done to think this document is adequate to solve the american Farmers problems a Brock said. But he added a i think the Congress will react with some the freshman class Senate majority Leader Howard Baker of Tennessee and Senate minority Leader Robert Byrd of West Virginia meet with a group of senators elect monday on Capitol Hill. From left Are Pete Wilson a Calif. Baker Chic Hecht r Nev. Paul Tribler a. Byrd and Jeff Bingaman . Plase photo lame Duck Congress gets Down to work Washington a Senate democratic Leader Robert c. Byrd said today democrats will use the lame Duck session of Congress to press for jobs legislation in addition to a Highway construction measure endorsed by of resident Reagan. But with the session expected Washington a the . Supreme court today left intact arizonans death penalty Law turning away an Appeal filed i behalf of All death Row inmates in the state. The court rebuffed a Broad constitutional attack against the state Law. It also refused to hear arguments that the More than 40 people sentenced to die in arizonans Gas chamber were unfairly subjected to double jeopardy. Resort City a casinos. George Epp 30, of nearby Pleasantville said he fed three Silver dollars in a Slot machine at Golden Nugget hotel Casino at 2 05 ., pulled the lever and saw five Golden nuggets ring up. Tokyo apr new prime minister Yasuhiro Nakasone wrote in a position paper for foreign governments that Japan should Amend its Constitution and the .-Japan Security pact to rebuild the military and provide its own defense. A a people that have become used to the Protection of another country soon lose the will to defend themselves a Nakasone wrote. A they degenerate into weak and selfish materialists who put the Pursuit of economic Prosperity above All Tullahoma Tenn. A recovery Crews were pumping thousands of Gallons of water out of an my rocket test Shaft today to uncover the bodies of three of the four men who died in an a a instantaneous fire an air Force spokesman said. The remains of the fourth victim were removed sunday from the 250-foot Concrete Shaft by Crews wearing oxygen packs said sgt. John once again Tularosa will be putting on the annual luminaries display i Christmas eve. Plans continued on Page 6 Hobbs a Levi Strauss and co. Has announced it will dose Clovis and Hobbs manufacturing plants by the end of december throwing 235 people out of work in Clovis and 180 in Hobbs. Warsaw Poland apr an underground explosion killed 17 miners and Rescue workers today at the Dymitrow Coal Fields near the Southern town of Katowice the official polish news Agency reported. A team of 66 miners and Rescue workers was fighting a fire in a Shaft 2,554 feet below ground when a pocket of Gas exploded killing 16 people. To last Only three weeks he conceded the chances for passage Are slim. A i done to think that a enough a the West Virginia Democrat said of the plan to finance Highway improvements through an increase in the Federal gasoline tax. A but in a not prepared to say we can act on everything that a enough a he told reporters a few hours before the Senate convened for the Post election session. Byrd spoke As Senate Republican Leader Howard Baker repeated his pledge to help pass a Highway jobs measure. But asked about democratic plans for additional jobs creating measures Baker said a i done to think that we re going to have time in the three weeks. To do much More than House democrats Are drafting jobs legislation on their own and Are expected to use their majority strength to push it to the floor. But republicans control the majority in the Senate and bakery a comments mean anything beyond the Highway measure is probably doomed at least for the lame Duck session scheduled to end on dec. 17. Byrd said democrats would be meeting privately on tuesday to discuss their plans for the session. He suggested Congress consider a program of Low interest Loans for steel and other industries to permit Plant modernization a step he said could help revitalize the Economy. Economic issues aside the House arranged to begin its postelection session today by debating legislation to create a permanent disposal site for thousands of tons of nuclear waste. Congress faces a number of issues after its two month election recess but the House has put the controversial nuclear reactor waste disposal Bill at the top of its Calendar for the lame Duck session. Debate on the measure began just before the recess. And before adjourning dec. 17, Congress is also expected to wrestle with the gasoline tax proposal which Calls for a 5-cent-a-gallon increase to finance a $5.5 billion Highway jobs program. Other items on the legislative Agenda include a ten appropriations Bills needed to run the Federal government for the balance of the fiscal year. Only three have been signed into Law. A legislation to Force automakers to have a fixed percentage of their cars produced in the United states. A a Senate vote to televise their sessions. A action on the administrations tax and Trade assistance package for Caribbean Basin nations. A votes to deny members of Congress a pay raise of Between $2,426 and $16,648 set to take effect dec. 17. Approval is predicted for the Highway jobs proposal which has the support of president Reagan Senate majority Leader Baker continued on Page 6 mid High heat off tonight partly Cloudy. Winds West to southwesterly 5 to 15 mph. Tuesday variable cloudiness Breezy and not quite As warm. High sunday 54, Low 32. Atlantic City . A a part time cab Driver won $1.25 million Early today at a progressive Slot machine the biggest Jackpot Ever in one of this Washington a authorities say an autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death of a Man whose charred body was found at the grave of president John f. Kennedy in Arlington National cemetery. It was a Little bit Chilly in sections of the mid High school this morning. The problem according to David Newell of the superintendents office was that today Lane plumbing was attempting to Cut Over from the old to the new heating systems. Newell said the firm had begun work last week but had run into some snags which necessitated the work continuing today after the students were Back in class. A we Are hoping to know by noon How quickly the work will be completed a he said. In the meantime the students teachers and staff piled on the Coats and mittens to survive in the Cool classrooms

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