1975 Kaye article
Recognition at Chamber Breakfast --Stn(( PWo b r RALPH DUKE Today's Chamber of Commerce membership breakfast produced recognition far a b u m p e r crop of Amnrillo and area community activities. From left, executive editor Jerry H u f f of the A n t u r i l i o Globe-News gave a progress report on the newspapers' Empty Stocking Fund, which already lias gathered more t h a n 816,051 for persons in need at Christmastime. Jimice White, IB, appeared as a member of the A m a r i l l o High stage band, which provided music for the gathering at "the Villa Inn. Jack iNeely, chairman of the Chamber i n d u s t r i a l Â«om- Jtiiltee, cileci five firms -- Hell Helicopter. Southwestern Hell Telephone, Lindsay Manufacturing, Iowa Beef, and Maywood, Inc., -- for exceeding new-job goals under the statewide "Texas first" Â· program. In second photo, AmariUo manager Dclniur Wooden and district sales manager Kaye Burgon, representing Texas International Airlines which sponsored the breakfast, visited w i t h Miss Texas Tcen-nger, juria Collard of Dalit And at right, 1,1. Col. Charles Bell, new head of r e c r u i t i n g for the Amnrillo territory, received greeting from Chamber ticket-taker Vicki McLean.