The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on January 30, 1964 · Page 9
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 9

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, January 30, 1964
Page 9
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Don Raburn Don Raburn * FORMER CITY MAN PROMOTES TEXAS IN CALIFORNIA, ARIZ. The Texas "Good Neighbor" delegation left Dallas on Sat- rday for a, whirlwind 9-day fcour of ten major cities in Cal- fornia and Arizona. The delegation, composed of Jaycees from the Dallas area, |s making the tour to promote tourism in Texas and attend- knce by out-of-state Jaycees to heir national convention which vill be held in Dallas in June. The group, officially designated "Goodwill Ambassadors" by Gov. John Connally, is trav- jling aboard a Dodge Motor Tome nicknamed "The Texas Roadrunner." Dodge Division of "hrysler Motor Corporation is |urnishing *he motor unit, h inchides full living fa- |ilities, to carry the men along numerous colorful displays fold literature about Texas. The "Good Neighbor" delega- iion is composed of Joe Bat- cliff, Mark Hall, and Don Raburn. Ratcliff, a former Dallas legislator who has been very active in promotion of tourism |n Texas for several years, organized the tour. Two years ago Ratcliff represented Texas as a "Goodwill Ambassador" to lexico to develop a joint tour|ism program between that Icountry and Texas. Hall, a iDallas insurance man, is active fin trade promotion in theJay- Ices®. Raburn is manager of the ! Chamber of Commerce at [niers Branch, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. B. Rabum of Wellington. All three men are directors of the Jaycees. In each city the delegation is being met by local Jaycees and city officials. Each Mayor will *e presented with a certificate from Gov. Connally making Mm an Honorary Texan. The president of the Jaycee Club will be proclaimed an Honorary Citizen of Dallas. The Texas delegation will meet with the press and other news media, travel editors and the general public. The mobile display unit will be open to the public and over a quarter of a million pieces of tourist literature has been prepared to be handed out. A letter of personal invitation for Californians to visit Texas from Gov. Connally to Gov. Pat Brown will be delivered /by <t;he group. They will also represent Gov. Connally when they present certificates to Steve Allen, national entertainment star, and Dick Headlee, national Jaycee president, proclaiming them Admirals in the Texas Navy. Cities included in the tour are Phoenix, Ariz., and in California, Sacremenijo, Oakland, San Francisco, San Jose, Fresno, San Diego, Long Beach, Compton (L.A.), and Santa Monica. The tour concludes in > Santa •Monica where the National THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, January 30, 1964 Scott Member of Chi Omicron PLAINVIEW—Randall Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ocio L. Scott of Wellington, has .been selected as a charter member of Chi Omicron, men's service club newly organized at Wayland Baptist College, Plainview. Approved by WBC administration for organization in October, the 27 members have planned activities which include a pledge party in January and a banquet in February, as well as monthly parties. Requirements of 12 hours of work completed at Wayland, and an overall grade point average of 1.00 must be met by all prospective (pledges. A 1962 graduate of Wellington high school, Scott is majoring in speech and minoring in religion. He is a pledge of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, men's music fraternity, and is a member of the International Choir. Jaycee? are holding the 1964 Ten Outstanding Young Men Congress. The delegation will be joined .there by 18 other Dallas Jaycees who .will use the Dodge Motor Home as a base of operations to promote Dallas and Texans as the site of tjie 1964 National Jaycee Convention. Over 3000 persons are expected for the Jaycee program In Santa Monica. Sponsors for the tour—besides Dodge Division of Chrysler Motors—include Six Flags Over Texas, Humble Oil and Refining Company, Aquarena in San Marcos, Southwestern Wax Museum of DaMas, Texas Travel Association, Texas Tourdsl Development Agency, Travel and Information Division of the Texas Highway Department, and Chambers of Commerce in Dallas, San Antonio, Farmers Branch, and the Convention and Tourist! Bureaus in Houston and Corpus Christi. Additional cities and tourist facilities will be included in a tourist and convention promotion tour which is planned for early spring to the Eastern Coast. California and Arizona were selected as the first area to be visited because it is the prime tourist source for Texas. The two states send over one and a half million visitors to Texas annually. More CaKforni- ans visit Texas each year than tourists from any other state representing approximately 14 per cent of the total tourists to Texas. The tour is being made at this particular time to promote the National Jaycee Program at Santa Monica and' this National Jaycee Week — plus focus attention on "the National Convention for Jaycees in Dallas this coming June. The scanning ^pot on a television screen travels 342 miles a second. Even heat is flameless electrically controlled heat...reaches every corner, nook, or cranny. Even flameless electric heat is just as warm on the floor- as it is all the way to the ceiling. By ideal room by room thermostat control Dad can be comfortably cool in one room while Mom is warm as toast in another. This precise control provides the maximum in comfort and economy. Where and how can I find out about this fabulous perfection i in electric heating?, you ask. Just pick up your nearest telephone and dial the number of your... HUNTS TOMATO RAMA BUILDER, ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR, HEATING DEALER, OR/ West Texas Utilities Company "o« Investor owntd company" . 300 Size Hunts TOMATO SAUCE 10 for $JM Hunts, 46 oz. TOMATO JUICE 4 for $]00 FRE STORE-WIDE CELEBRATION! SPECIAL LOW PRICE* ,•;,',' £'tf. * •• , & ''\^~,',' ' " - f'f";^, ' *»«<»> »-» «*' &Mi?Z*&&M&t&&S^#^jjl^ Hunts, 303 size TOMATOES 6 for $JOO Hunts, 20 oz. TOMATO CATSUP Hunts Peaches, 2i/ 2 size 4 for SJOO 5 for $ 1°° Three Borden Cows Nothing to Buy Winners of Free Groceries Mrs. H. C. Oatman Ray Scott Roy Tisdale Mrs. Donnie Huston S. G. Henry U. S. Kitchens Mrs. Ople White M. L. Lynn B. E. McKinney W. M. D*rfey Glin McGill Ann Bennett Shirley Brown G. T. Owens of Quail Mrs. W. D. Reed Lillie Mae Green Mrs. G. L. Jones Lee C. Vaughan Mrs. Jimmy Bowles Mrs. L. M. Bartlett FRESH DRESSED WHOLE - Pound Ham Sandwiches Fresh Made Each Pound — PORK STEAK 29C Pound — PORK CHOPS 49t TOP-O-TEXAS BACON, 2 Ib. pak .. FRESH EGGS ROUND STEAK, Ib. UNGRADED SIRLOIN 79< STEAK, Ib (JQc Dozen — EGGS LARGE Pound — BANANAS RED POTATOES 25 Pounds — 69$ CRISP — ICEBERG LETTUCE Kelly MILK, Vi gal. ___ 35* Each 19* 700 to 800 Arlington at 8th St. Wellington FREE CHOICE OF GIANT TIDE 3 LBS. SNOWDRIFT 5 LBS. SUGAR or Any Brand COFFEE with purchase of Melrose Hand Lotion at regular price $100 • Plus tax No Limit

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