The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas on March 5, 1964 · Page 7
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The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 7

Wellington, Texas
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Thursday, March 5, 1964
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FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Industry, Water, Agriculture Spotlighted C-C Directors Approve 1964 Work Program Monday Night The 1964 Collingisworth cham- T>er of commerce Work Program was laid out by president Billy Hatch and given approval by the OC iboarcl of directors Monday night, March 2. In most divisions, this year's program is a continuation of the long-range program the chamber of commerce has followed in recent years. Key divisions will be industrial development, water resource development and agriculture and livestock. Am upsurge of interest in industrial development has 'been seen since the first of January, and work by this committee is well "under way. Here is President Hatch's work program for 1964: Industrial Development Henry Sullivan is chairman and memibers are Alvin Horton, Paul Spillmarr, Eddie Sruy and Denver Powell. Organization/ of the Collingsworth County (Builders Club is slated in the near future — made up of a group of men who will give of their time, and their ability toward 'building business for the county. Other points of the industrial program are the encouragement of home industries, continued support of the State Board of Industrial Development, seeking adaptable industry for the county and coordinating development work of the chamber of commerce with the county's OEDP iplan. Livestock and Agriculture Zook Thomas, chairman, and Wood Coleman, Jones Singley, Velman Warrick, J. I. Morgan, Don Jennings, Cecil Regier, John Dwyer, Frank Kennedy and Danny Garcia, members. This committee will continue to .work for an expanded livestock industry and the promotion of feedlots; support the county fair and its related activities; promote diversified agriculture; improvement of the livestock exhibit barn; assist the crop experimentation committee and co-ordinate chamber of commerce work with OEDP. Water Resources The important water resources committee is headed 'by Dan Henard, with Alvin Horton, J. T. Slay, George Shadid and Deskins Wells as members. . This program will continue its assistance in the development of the county's water potential 1 as set out, in the OEDP plan. Civic Development Mrs. John Coleman is overall chairman. Mrs. James Sullivan and Jake Leach are cochairmen of the civic development section, seeking to sponsor a senior citizens home, promote rodent control by approved methods, help the Little League baseball program, and alert citizens to the dangers of bottles which have contained agricultural defoliants, etc. •Mrs. E. H. Harwell heads the community beautification section, which is sponsoring beautification of the entrances to the city and other areas within the city; sponsoring a cleanup campaign; encouraging the planting of grass on vacant lets; helping the Garden Club with its cemetery beautification plan; and encouraging better "housekeeping" by salvage yards. Highway and Transportation Wayne Cudd is chairman and Jack W. Sanford is the member. The committee will work to promote lighting of a runway and paving at least one runway at Marian Airpark; the designation of US Highway 366, and better farm-lo-market roads'. Retail - Wholesale Development Mack Saied Jr., chairman, Buster Hughs, Sam Adams and Clyde 0. DeMoss, members. The work program in this division includes sponsoring the contest for the best sales personnel of the county, solicitation control, encouraging dollar days and store front improvement and sponsoring the sales training course as offered by the Texas Education Agency. Public Relations Billy J. Thogmartin is chairman and members are Paul Guthrie and Billy Moseley. It will continue the Newcomer Welcome program and promo- tion of better inter-community relations. Membership Chairman is Clyde DeMoss, and members are Billy Mosetey, J. B. Oney and Glenn Taylor. This committee will organize the membership drive, encourage C-C members to attend' the regular iboard meetings and to sponsor membership in West Texas Chamber of Commerce. Fair Committee L. B. Bratten is Fair superintendent. He will name his committee members and this group will encourage the art, flower and hobby shows, agricultural and livestock exhibits, home economics exhibits, commercial exhibits and horse show participation. Executive Committee Acting in an advisory capacity to all of these committees, and to any others that may be named during the year, is the Executive Committee, made up of three past presidents, Jack Sanford, C. T. Hubbard and Bobo Castleberry. DEN 3 OF WELLINGTON'S CUB SCOUTS High point of the year for any Cub is the Blue and Gold Banquet, always held at the end of February and closing out the activities of Boy Scout Week. Cubs are the youngest of the Scouting groups, and a boy may enter the program when he becomes 8 years old. Mrs. Wayne Gray, den mother, has just presented the pins to these six boys. From left they are Terry Ferguson, Brent Wade, Rusty DeMoss, Clyde DeMoss Jr., Doyle Furgason and Danny Gray. Fresh Ground Beef 3 Pounds $100 Sirloin Steak Pound 69* STEAK T-Bone Pound 79C THE WELLINGTON (TEXAS) LEADER Thursday, March 6, 1964 The Santa Cruz River in Arizona has one of the longest underground courses in the world. Bob Johnson Dies at Antlers Mr. and Mrs. George Brewer and Quinton Brewer were in Antlers, Okla 1 ., Sunday and Monday to attend the funeral on March 2 of their brother- in-law, Bob Johnson. Mr. Johnson formerly lived here, and' was a retired build- Ing contractor. The iBrewers' also visited his brother in Antlers, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Brewer. CONNALLY DEFENDS SECRECY Gov. John Connally answered Texas Capitol reporters' protest on closed door sessions of his Committee on Education Beyond the High School, by saying he doesn't beKeve in government secrecy, but he defended the right of the committee to hold private meetings. DR. P. A. PRESLAR OPTOMETRIST Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT Tel. WE 7-3922 411 Ave. B, NE Box 869 Childress, Texas FEES CASH 40th Anniversary Sale TWO PIECES FOR ONE LOW PRICE Spring Unit Advertised in "Today's Health" published by American Medical Association Only During BENSON'S ANNIVERSARY Don't Just Sleep RESTORE YOURSELF With Benson's 40th Anniversary Mattress . . . featuring a genuine Poweramic Spring Unit —510 coils in the mattress. Permanently fresh and cleaned by 8 big air conditioning vents, 4 on each side. Luxuriously quilted panel print cover. Smooth top. 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