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February —grasshopper poisoning program was started. Assistance rendered to the State Training School for Girls. Committee out of the Chamber has offered to the state a site to be one of 50 to be made into State Camp grounds. Agricultural exhibit maintained in the office. Paving program which has commenced in this city was given assistance by the Chamber toward the end of interesting the property owners. The outstanding work of this year has been a concerted effort on the part of the Chamber to install a modern street lighting system, commonly known as a White Way. June 11, —Motion made that Chamber endorse organization of a Junior Chamber of Commerce, made up of men 18 to 30 years same to be under the supervision of the Chamber and the directors go on record as being willing to give the junior association their support.

Condition of the camp grounds was explained by the president and it was decided to ask the Junior Chamber to go before the city council and request that some better plan of supervision be put over the camp grounds. July 21, —discussion about feasibility of placing trash cans on the streets of the business sections of Gainesville and how to finance. Committee appointed to interview the merchants relative to each buying a can. A committee is formed to investigate a plan for designating the streets and numbering the blocks.

October 28, —street marking committee obtained the approximate cost of marking the streets. They held a conference with the street committee of the city council and city engineers and explained their findings. It was decided to lay the matter before the city council and the city engineer with the view of getting the city to finance it. Postmaster Hickson said if houses were not numbered correctly, city carriers for the city would be discontinued. July —confer with Commissioners Court about making as good a road as possible between Gainesville and Bulcher Oil Field.

September 2, —renumbering of Gainesville has been Love dating horoscopes by Junior Chamber. January 24, —purchase of 12 trash cans by the Junior Chamber. It was the opinion of the directors present that cash prizes be given each week would be the most effective. March 19, —meeting called by Junior Chamber—invited other organizations-did they want to participate in a clean-up campaign to be held at the same time as the National Clean-Up Campaign.

The organizations agreed to do that. June 13, —a discussion was held concerning calling an election to vote on a county wide bond issue for good roads. August 17, —secretary made a report on the interests which had been manifested with reference to the establishment of an airport in Gainesville. September 20, —Junior Chamber-object was to interest the Junior Chamber in having marked a building in this city with the word Gainesville in order that ships flying over this city would know the place as Gainesville. A committee was formed to find suitable location.

October 25, —President stated that the object of the meeting was to have Mr. North who was with the Department of Commerce, explain the requirements for a Municipal Airport. North made recommendations and stated what he believed the future of the air to be with reference to commercial flying. He further stated that an effort was being made to have the beacon lighting in this district re-routed. He urged Gainesville to procure a field stating that the government would provide one beacon for lighting same, provided the field met requirements.

He added that the site had been inspected by Mr. North and was considered by him to be adequate. Trew further stated that a drawing of the site had been sent to the Commerce department. Trew also stated that the Texas Power and Light Co. December 12, —meeting of airport committee—motion was made by Raymond King and seconded by W. January 15, —Trew stated that 70 shares of stock had been sold in the Gainesville Aero Club and the remainder would be disposed of as soon as the committee could again go before the public for the purpose of selling the remaining 30 shares.

February 17, —Trew reported that slow progress was being made on the Municipal airport, but he was certain it would be completed. Information from article dated June 15, from the Gainesville Daily Register. Lansford, principal of Robert E. Motion made that the Chamber sponsor the Trade at Home campaign and a county singing convention. May 2, —appointed Bob Evans and Lawrence Nichols to investigate the possibility of making Gainesville a terminal for a big truck line. Webb to see about a street washer. California for a Chamber building-it was approved. October 10, —committee appointed to see what could be done towards getting North Commerce Street lighted.

Committee of Leo Kuehn, Jr. The directors decided to do it. Committee appointed to work out a celebration in connection with the Spring Opening of the Gainesville Community Circus. May 3, —motion made that the circus round up and homecoming be made an annual event and it was approved. High, President of the Gainesville Negro Chamber of Commerce was present with 2 of his officers and he stated that they were anxious to work with the Chamber in every way. High stated that a recent survey had been made and that there were Negroes in Gainesville of who were employed and unemployed. McKissack told of the sanitary conditions in Gainesville. They stated that there were outdoor toilets besides numerous hog pins and cow lots in town which has created a very unhealthy condition.

If the Chamber is going to stage a clean-up campaign, the women of the city would like to participate. January 25, —discussion held on the establishment of a new swimming pool. Bell Telephone Company to make a survey with the idea of installing the dial system in Gainesville. Also went on record as endorsing the system. October 7, —Professor Richardson of the Booker T. Washington School appeared before the Board and asked that as individuals they help in the sale of season football tickets to Negro games which they agreed to do. February 10, —report on the location of an Army Camp site near Gainesville was made by Roy Stamps. A cotton improvement contest was conducted, a scrap aluminum collection campaign sponsored for the national defense effort and establishment of the army camp realized.

The city bus line was established through Chamber aid. Full cooperation was given the war effort with an army rental office being set up in the Chamber building. Richard Wooldridge and Mrs. John Culp representing the Y. The Board agreed to appoint a committee. April 6, —it was explained to the Board that Mrs. Ray Nichols has been employed by the Chamber to help take care of the extra work caused by the location of the Army camp here. In the event the Chamber sponsors the show, the Board voted not to buy a calf. July 7, —vote of thanks given by the Directors to the committee in charge of constructing the Recruiting Office on the courthouse square, also the carpenters and painters union and the business houses who donated material for same.

It was explained that partly through the effort of the Chamber, the sugar problem in this area has been somewhat adjusted. October 15, —Chamber offers their headquarters to be used for the Scrap Drive. April 5, —county wide salvage tin campaign approved. Chamber agrees to render full assistance for the Second War Bond drive. June 7, —Al Brient, County Agent, was a visitor and expressed his appreciation for all the work and assistance that the Chamber has given him toward his success. Chamber to sponsor erection of a sign Gainesville on Compress shed for purpose of aviation knowledge.

Sponsored call meeting about Hwy 77, August 2, —motion made and seconded that the Chamber write Bowen Air Ways that the local Chamber is interested in post war aviation transportation and that we are willing to assist in every way possible toward post war activities. Joynes, President of the National Educational Association; sponsored a luncheon for Congressman Gossett to obtain information about the manner in which Camp Howze might be obtained; rendered assistance to approximately persons seeking places in which to live; obtained city maps for distribution to newcomers.

Hwy 51 to start after war. Potts, Commanding officer of Camp Howze said that the personnel of the camp probably would be reduced to approximately military and civilians by December Members of the board doubted if any steps could be taken at this time toward the utilization of the camp at some future date. While they were no longer fighting a war, now they were fighting for more industries and the improvement of services to maintain the population of the county…. Edgington of the Employment Bureau met with the directors.

He stated that about veterans have returned which is about half of the number that left for service. Some project is needed badly. Four out of every 10 returning veterans have never had any regular employment. Clack made a motion to contact the papers and have them publish that these returning veterans were in need of work and that persons needing employees contact their local Employment Bureau. Chamber voted to create an unemployment committee. Edgington brought out the fact to our merchants that they could employ veterans as apprentice workmen and have their salary supplemented by the G.

New Junior Chamber of Commerce set up. March 4, —with us was Mrs. Stiles, our first lady visitor at a Board of Directors meeting. It was the consensus that the Board would support the movement in every way possible should the plans materialize. June 17, —President McMahon presented to the Board the object of the meeting which was to decide on whether or not to buy the 3-acre tract joining the Medical and Surgical Hospital. Motion was made by Leo Kuehn Jr. January 21, —accomplishments of Chamber during —good highway system of roads had been planned and completed, the housing area of Howzeville had been secured which had relieved our serious housing shortage, acquired the USO building for a Community center, obtained consent of the Federal government to permit former land owners to repurchase their former holdings as well as to purchase one or more barracks to reconstruct their homes and farm buildings, secured a National Guard Unit company for Gainesville.

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Kinne was elected president. The Chamber assisted with the centennial celebration in connection with the roaston birthday of Cooke County. The organization also sought development of the Lake Texoma recreation datinb in the Walnut Bend area, participated in the Rpsston Texoma Fish Rodeo and started a move to seek reopening of the municipal airport tc an sating air force base. December 13, —Chamber directors voted to sponsor an annual Cooke Casuaal Dairy day, outlined plans for an anti-rat campaign in the near future—dairy day will be in March.

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A committee was designated to present the facts to the city council. Stringer reported that he had been in contact with officials of the National Supply Co. Company officials verified that a site had not been selected; Ardmore named because they were complying with government regulations demanding a probable location. Gainesville is still being considered. The Chamber will send a delegation to Ohio to visit with officials from the National Supply and sell officials on friendliness of Gainesville people. April 14, —golf committee has formulated a plan to obtain a golf course.

Need to reactivate the Industrial Fund-only way to get an industry is to build a building for them. May 12, —obtained water rights to Fish Creek; golf committee made tentative selection of a site. October 13, —42nd district Parent Teacher conference held in Gainesville on invitation of the Gainesville Chamber of Commerce. November 6, —Morty Freedman, owner of Linda Jo Shoe Company and Jack Silven, manager, have agreed to organize a new shoe company to be located in the building owned by Mrs. Company would employ additional people. May 11, —Leo Swick reported that there was a definite plan to build the municipal golf course and that this plan would materialize within the next 10 days.

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