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VICTORY LOAN DRIVE OCTOBER 29 DECEMBEK \\; \\;\ GO TO CHURCH SUNDAY m i VOLUME NO.' 45 00HERALD 00IREP..ORTER SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR i About.The State 00-0f Washington By: Guy LaFolhBtte Fishi;g Industry Includes Many Diversified Activities Olympia, Otobler 24 - Much is said about the importance of the fishing industry to this state but to those who live away from the coast the real importance of this business is little known. The most complete collection of news we have een on the var ious divisions of the industry comes to our desk this week in the ;:lisman*s adNews'.. which is a  mohthly publication, published at Aberdeen  _It  is zefreshing, well i fe to rLthis type of 0000tobed00 lll ni and text matter covers all phases of the fishing industry. W pass some of the information it oontains on to you. ' i Fifteen Hundred Vels In  - Tuna Fleet Is ,Estimate t i Speaking of the tuna fishing fleet there seems to be no accur- ate count of tht number of ves- sels in the industry, estimates !hig'n as 3,000. Editor- --t s feels that the n um- i-, ,:': than half that num-'  ,r"  d: V s00on now oI" most of hese boats and thee catch was far less than the record take of last year The total Wilt perhaps be no more than forty five percent of last year's large catch. Increase in the size and number of canneries to handle this fine food fish causes a real hardship in the trade this year. At the Westport dock on Grays Harbor during the eiglt months ending in most of which was salmon. Some tuna canneries may process bottom fish this Winter, say those in the trade. Salmon Pack Sets New Record According To Anacortes Man Hum@back salmon pack set tt new record at the Anacortes plant where it is ,being processed c- cording to the superintendent of that institution while a Westport cannery announces that they are prepared to smoke salmon and they will lrocess troll caught sal- mon during the winter months. Alaska canneries are to have had a light pack this year, % in.fact the lowest in 18 years. However, the total pack was more tha four and a quarter million cases #of forty eight one-p0und cans er case. The Bristol Bay @ack was less than six hundred thousanll cas which was greater than the last cycle year. There s aiso the report of the explosion of 18 mines weighing forty eight thousand pounds in the Columbia River recently with, out the blast killing one single salmon. (Continued O PaSe$) TO "the People of this Community Some day in the next few weeks a volunteer salesman will ak you to buy more bonds. You may be tempted*to an3@er: "The war'. over,haven't you heard? Would you care to give' O that reply to any one" of the 300,000 young Americans now fighting for health in military Celebrate Birthdays At Rebekah Lodge Meeting An unusual number of Rebekah Lodge members for this time of year, 18, attended the monthly social meeting last Thursday iv- ho/ta from oosst to coast? Would, you care to walk a ltrol in  or Berlin with a OI and tell lm %lie war'S over?" Of oourse, the bloody fighting is overt Your Job in helping to clean up e money cost is the easiest ltttottc chore any country ever asked of its citizens; loan of more dolm to be repaid at good inter- estlD  lOyesrs. OOml)are that Job wltthe chore you have handed to lXwown son or neighbor's son to spend countless days in strange lands to nail down the victory. Think you can tffrd to say no to the Victory Loan iesman Have a talk with your conscience this very moment. Be ready for your Victory Loan salesman in spirit as well as in pocketbook. THE EDITOR OFFICIAL PAPER FOR THE TOWN OF BREWSTER, PATEROS and BRIDGEPORT BREWSTER, OKANOG COUNTY, WASHINGTON. NaV9 Dap I OCTOBER 25, 1945 .  NUMBER 17 ening. The birthdays of the fol- lowing were honored with gifts: Mrs. J. R. Albin, 'Mrs. James An- derson, Mrs. Mary Knowlton. Mrs. Lizzie Gillespie and Mrs. EI- gi Yeager. Refreshments were served by Miss Ida Curry and Mrs. Ray Warner. All were fflad to see Mrs. Thayer, who had not been abl to attend for some time. HostesiTo Ladi'Aid Mrs. Nannie Gfllespie was hos- tess to the Logics Aid Friday af- ternoon. Present were: Medams Frank Brewn, E. D, Holden, W.D. Crandall, Meta Skills, R. C. Wan- smoker, J. R. Atbin, W. D. Ow- ;:ings, J. W .Geissler;-Nettie W hit- inger, O. P. McCoy, W. Gilden, C." R. Gilden, and Bert Tvedt, and Miss Curry. Mrs. TvIt has been visiting' her sister, Mrs. C. R. Gil- den. Diseases Of Heart Lead C.atmes O Death Diseases of th heart with 6,60;7 fatalities, lead at other causes of death in the State of Washington during 1944, it was announced to- day by Dr. Porter, County Health Officer. During the yar ttmre were 375 automobile accident deaths in the State and accidentg of all ldds t You" To Fighting Men FOOTBALL SHORTAGE were fourth on the list of 10 _ ^,in  :.... ........ . With the War over, conditions The 10 leading causes of death ] A ,,,z  u . vu.v ,, . . . are slowly coming back to normal in th state, allocated to residence [Finance Committee was hld last of the deceased, follow: ZThursday at the James J. Hill He- .Hwever, we. .all know how hard [tel at Omak. k was ann still is to get the things Diseases of heart, 6,607; can-, John E Male- County Chair l we wish to have. We have had to .v, - " cer and other malignant tumors - .... ' |do without or substitute make- 2,585 ; cerebrovascular disease man, announ,ceo ua .,'--Z.. .  t" itt (e  " the : ----. part [Okanogt  Imto th ince I Coumbia, children were indulg- sis (all forms) 653; premature birth 466; diabetes 452; arterio- sclerosis 430. All causes of death totaled 21.142 in the first 10 categories. Suicides of all types disappeared from the list of the first 10 lead- mg causes of death in 1944 Coulee Dam Lamb Judged Best At Show Okanogan County's Danny Green of the Tittuweet en Kenina 4-H iClub, Coulee Dam. exhibited the grand champion fat larab at the  Jnland Empire Fat Stock Show in !Spokane October 5 and 6, it was announced today by Ned H. Shor- ey, County Agent. Danny's 100- pound Shrcpshire lamb sod at the auction for 28 cents a pound, af- ter being judged the "best at the show." Dannfs younger brother, Larry, received 15% cents a pound for his 855-@ound Herford steer. Danny has been in. 4-H club work for three years and Larry for on year. Both boys have been busy helping their father feed and care for their livestockdur- I ing the serious labor shortage. Since the show, they hav ben helping their father round up the :cattle for the fall dipping in a vat constructed on the Green ranch by the Elmer City Cattlemen's Association. The dipping vat will be charged with DDT for the pur- pose of killing lice. SMOKER TO BE HELD AT B. H. S. GYM The Lttermen's Club of Brew- ster High School will stage a "Smokeless" Smoker, Tuesaay ev- ening, November 6th, in the High School Gymnasium. Midget Peliminaries, a comic wrestlin match, flee or six three- round bomng matohes and a big commando fight will furnish pen. ty of entertainment for the public. All the features of a big time boxing .arena will ,be on display, with ring, floodlights, referee, .and timers,, all ready for the sound of th gong. This will be the first time in several years that the community has had the opportunity to see en- tertainment of this kind. The pro- ceds will be used to benefit the the athletic fund and the possible puxse of a 16 nun. movie pro- jector has been considered by the athletes of Brewster High  chool. it's inception and is well qualified for the job. Plans for the Victory Loan were discussed in detail and Mr. Cast and Mr. Hermanson reported to the community chairmen on a meeting recently held in Portland which was addressed by Ted R. Gamble, head of tke National War Finance committee. Mr." Cast made the following statement: "This will be tlle last time that the volunteer bond salesmen and Women will be asloed to sell bonds, or the public be asked to purchase them. Olmnogan County has made a very enviable record in each of the previous drives and we must make our quota this time. Th shooting war is now over, but the war is not over for mil- lions of our boys and girl who are still in unifomn. Nor is the war over for the hundreds of thousands of our battle cashaities who are still in hospitals, the war w,l never be over for some of these boys; those who are coming home crippled for .life. They have given much for us; surely we can give the littleeffort required to put Okanogan County over the top in this the last of the Bond Drives. In this way we will, for the first time, be saying "Thank you" to those boys and girls of our armed forces. tt is anticipated that the school children of Okanogan County wilt play a very important part in this Victory Loan Drive. With that in mind I have asked Mr. A1 Ayars, Superiltendent of Schools at O- mak. to take the Chairmanship of this group, and h has consented. Mr. Ayars has been a.tive in each of the )revious bond drives. Mr. C. R. Ripley will again handle the showing of films for the 8th bond drive. Carroll V. Hile, manager of the Brewster Branch of the National Bank of Commerce, left today for Seattl on a business trip. 60 DAY5 ing in a game of football T.hey I . " were passing, kicking and running the ball up and down the field. But the ball had a rather pecu- liar shape and the color was not exactly right. Coming in closer to get a .better view, low nd behold the Children were playing football with a human skuil. Upon inquiry as to where the children had found their football, they said the rest of the body was over on the point in the sand. The proer authorities were no- tified and upon  investigation it was decided that it must have been arL Indian gravedwhich th shifting sands had uncovered. MANY POSITIONS OPENFOR NURSES Excellent nursing positions are now open and infonation regard- ing them is available at th Wash- ington Nurses" Association head- quarters, 514 Medical Arts Build- ing, Seattle. According to Mrs. Lillian B. Patterson, Chairman of the W.S.N.A. Counseling & Place- ment Service of the Washington State Nurses Association, many requests for nurses to fill all type of positions are being re- ceived daily from various parts of the state. "It is certainly to the personal advantage of every nurse veteran to get in touch with her state association office as soon as possible,,' declared Mrs. Patterson "whether she plans to work or continue her education under the G. I. Bill of Rights." The W.S.N,A. Counseling & Placement Service is now avail- able to all nurses and employers off nurses. Ts is a new service sponsored by the nurses' own pro fessional organization and is part of the national service of the A- merican Nurses Association. The number of registered nurses is limited at the present time but the supply will increase as more are released by the army and navy. Entertains W.C.T.U. Members of the W.C.T.U. held their regular meeting last Thurs- day as guests of Mrs. G. S. As- bury. Mrs. Nettle Whitiner was chosen as delegateto the conven- tion soon to be held at Centralia. Mrs. W. D. Owings will entertain on the third Thursday in Novem- ber, when roll call will be per- tnnt cluestions. Speaking of anniversaries, this coming Saturday will be one of the proudest birthdays in our his- tory. Just 170 years ago, on Octo- ber 27, 1775, the United States Navy was born. The Continental Congress started it off with two tiny fighting vessels. -Today these two midgets have grown into the greatest navy the world has ever known- a force of more than 65.000 craft of all types and 60,0;00 airplanes. Hapy Bixd):!- ................ DDT USED AS "RESIDUAL" SPRAY Chemical DDT is more effect- ive ,in the destruction of insects when" it is applied as a "residual" spray to walls and surfaces visited by insects, entomologists declared today in answer to many questions from civilians who are now able to buy the new insecticide at local stores. Brewster Bank Robbed Of $4000 NEW 1946 FORD ON DISPLAY FRIDAY "Friday is V8 Day and the Automotive Public that has not seen a ne w car since the War wil, get the first opportunity to view the 1946 Fords on that Day Every Ford Motor Company Dealer will have at least one of the new im- proved models on display JR Davis, Director of Sales and Ad vertising, said that the Company long had planned to be first in Public display of Automobiles He sam it had been hoped that prices of the new cars could be announ ced at the time of the Public Show ing but now it doesn't alpear as though a price would be received from OPA by that time Conse quently, Dealer deliveries to the Public apparently will be delayed. Mr. Davis also said: Ford produc- tion is rollin,g now, and if we can go ahead unhampered, we should have hundreds of Fords in every Sales, Area within a few weeks. We will continue to seek a price arrangement so persons who want to buy Fords may do so as soon a possible." Th New 1946 Ford car will be on display in Brewster at Word Motors on Friday, October 26th, said Fred E. Word. Fight Peach Tree Borer In The Fall The peachtree borer, hich is a serious pest of many soft fruit trees in Washington, should be _:f.ongh tthis_tim o.f-y.ear-wheaa- it begins burrowing into the bark of the tree, says David Brannon. Washington extension entomolog- ist. "The adult moth lays eggs which hatch in the fall becoming the larva, or borer. This pest gen- erally feeds near or below the ground level of the trunk. It may be effectively and safely controll- ed by the use of either paradich- !orobenzene or thylene dichloride Hand worming is useful for the control of the borer on small plant rags of young trees or single bark "Residual sprays, entomologists " ' " yard trees explain, dry and leave toxic DDT I . " de om o ra surf 1 Paradmhlorobenzene m safe on p "ts nsp yd aces tokil " " insects that come in contact with I trees four y'ears od or older and ; o ,, ..... , ....... . ,ntrast Jshould be applied at the rate of is a;pliednthe ras fogor mist ) % ounce per tree on four and five h n year o1 trees 1 ounce for mx and wen so used is ot intended I ' " v 11 rd year old and older trees, and 1 to lea e an insec-ki l'ng reg. ue. ] - The most effctwe remduai deposit / to ! ounce.for very large trees. is spread when the sprayed solu-I Befre applym,g paradchloroben- m contlam oxlm 1 zene, t s necessary to prepare a t" n " s appr " atey 5% ] ' " of technical D DT. firm l'evel space around the base Usual household space sprays, which contain pyrethrum, roten- one, or thicyanates as the killing agent, achieve a rapid knock-down of insects, but do not produce per- sistent killing deposits such as are obtained with the 5% residual sprays. Although killing properties of space sprays may be improved by aiding small amounts of DDT, the entomologists do not advise the use of DDT in a combination space and residual spray. DDT in oils should not be applied to an- imals, food, food centainers or to places where un@rotected food may be stored. of the tree with the soil level above any borer injury. The par- adichlorobenzene hould then be applied in a smooth ring around the tree about'1% to2 inches wide !and 1 z inches from the trunk. The paradichlorobenz'ene should then be covered with several sho- velfus of dirt. The dirt should 'be mound'ed around the old trees should be removed at the end of four weeks and on older trees at the end of six weeks. Ethy|ene dichloride emulsion used carefully is safe on trees of all ages. It may also be applied later in the season than paradi- chlorobenzen'e. Before applying ethylene dichloride emulsion, it is necessary to fil any soil cracks around the tree to prevent the material from eaching the roots. The material is ap,plied hy pour- ing it on the soil around the bse of the tree and then covering with several shovelfuls of dirt. Care must be taken that none of the ethylene dichloride emulsion gets on the trunk of the tree." CAMP FIRE GIRLS PLAN HALLOWE'EN PARTY [ The Camp Fire Girls met at the Chas. Johnson hom'e last Friday to discuss plans for the Hmoween care of his interests here, he de- party to be held Saturday eveniffg cided to sell. at the T. L. Dundas home, at 8 The @respective owners s.atelp.m. The girls are to come cos- that the othr two tenants in thetumed. There will be a meeting bUilding have leases which will lFriday afternoon at the Johnson run for several years and they i home to complete plans for the plan no changes, i prty. NOTICE : Physically qualified men 17 to The R.A.C.C. Office in Brew-i34 can now enlist in the Regular ster will be closed on Saturdays Army and choose their branch of beginning November 1st. 2tc25 service and overseas tha!re. i Chas. O. O'Toole of Wenatchee, a tall well dressed young man about 30 years old, held up the Brewster Branch of the National Bank of Commerce Thursday morning just after the bank had opend, about 9:30, Miss Mabel Winslow, assistant cashier of the bank, and 2 other !girls were in the front office when he came in. Mr. Hile, man- agr of the bank, was busy in his office. The robber pointed a gun at Miss Winslow and told her to hand over all the money in the till. There were no other custom- ers in the bank, but as he went out he dropped some of the mon- ey, and Carl Elliott, who was pass- ing, said, "Your losing some of your money," not knowing it was a hold-up. Mr. Hle later picked up $1,700 the bandit drop@ed as he went out of the bank. " H got away with between $4,000 and $5,000 and headed to- wards Bridgeport, in a blue Cad- illac, which @roved to be a stolen car from Superior Motors in Wenatchee. However, on one of .th sharp curves across the river, he failed to make the turn and wrecked the car, tearing out five posts and the guard rail He then abandoned the ear and Went up into the hills. Bill Lawless, Brewster Town Marshall, Bruce Plemons and sev- eral other fellows, who were giv- v mg hm chase, pursued him:,:: the hills and had him  by the time the i from Okano :' covered:eached quickly '" and offi- cers Lawl[" Plvaons warned him to ke-his hands away from his pockets or they would shoot. O'Tool said, "You 'had just as well shoot now that I am caught." All the money was recovered except the sum of $67 accoiding to manager Hile. Sheriff Mic.he] took the prisoner to Okanogan. There FBI agent Kelly said h would be taken =tp0kane to be brought before in- mediately. su00s cou00 $11,000 DAMAtF Amanda Holmes 1 presentg a claim to the county commissioa ers against Okanogan County, fo $10,000 for injuries received, an $1,000 for hospital and medi care, following a collision SeJ tember 6, at 4 p.m. at the in section of Second Avenu'e : Oak Street in Okanogan. " : Mrs. Holmes states that she was riding in a 1935 Plymouth Coupe, with her husband D. D. Holmes driving, coming south on Second Avenue, when a county owned 1941 Ford V-8 dump truck, driv- en by D. H. Barnett, approached from th east, driving in a negli- gent manner. His truck hit the rear end of the Plymouth causing the front to be thrown to the left against a moving truck of logs, the comolaint states, and continu- ing the statement says that Bar- nett failed to give right of way, that his brakes were defective, and that he failed to give warning and he made a left hand turn at the intersection without driving to the right of the center of the intersection. Following the collision, Mrs. Holmes was taken to the hospital at Omak where the complainant states she was found to have con- cussion of the brain, injury to her nervous system, .eye injury, frac- tures of three ribs, a sprain, and cuts and abrasions over her body. She was in the hospital 10 days, and asks damages as above stated. PAPPY SAYS ..... .'L: In Providence (R.I.) State '. Labor Director William L. 'Connelly reached for an as-  pirin, swallowed a pill for \\; his wife's petunias instead, grew panicky, but was calmed by an agriculttu'al expert who in- formed him that he had merely taken the equivalent of eighen ,bushels of horse manure and had nothing to worry about. DEAL PENDING ON BREWSTER BUILDING R. W. Weeks and Willard El- well are completing negotiations for the purchase of the Hugh !Morris building on Bruce Avenue. [ Thisstructure now has the H. O. -Grocery, the Bohemian Cafe and .the Pastime as tenants. The building, which is a brick structure, was purchased several years ago by Mr. Morris and since he now lives in  Coulee City, where he is th'e manager of the bank, and cannot devote time to taking