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ORDIN*at NO ~OUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AV- ~IAbN t:'~b.~aDI~ SECTION OF ORDINANC~"NO. 155 OF S~ID CITY, A~I~ R~ALING ALL OR- DINAN~Ct~S AND PARTS OF OR- DINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. The City of Avalon, by and through its City Council, does ,ordain as fol- lows : SECTION 1: Section 2 or Ordin- ance No. 155 of the City of A~ralon, be, and the same is hereby anaended to read as follows: M, ETER RATES For all water delivered through meters and the meter rate for water rate "for water used each month shall as f~llows : is signed and app'rm;ed' day of Januar}, 19~4: Dr. Fred Mayor of the C: NOTICE INVITING BIDS THE his 6th ske KODAK FINISHINg; ISLAND . Avalon. Our Motto--/'Quality and Serv'ice" NOTICE IS H-~BY GIVEN that the City Council of the City, of Ava- lon invites sealed proposals or bids for the furnishing t~a the City of Avalon approximately fourteen hundred, (1,- 400) lineal feet of cast iron pipe and certain pipe connections, all in accord- ante with the written specifications in reference thereto, approved by the City Council of the City of Avalon the 6th day cf January, 1944, and on file in the office ,of the City Clerk of the City of Avahm, where all interested persons may have access to.the same. Bids or offers will be accepted by the Ci:y Council of the City of Ava- As compensation to the City of Ava- lon up to the hour of 7:30 o'clock P. ion for making and maintaining con- M. Qn the 3rd day of February, 1944. nection, placing itself in position to All~ids and proposals nmst be in Supply attd maintain itself in readiness writingNRnd sealed and accompanied to supply water to c()nsumers in an)" by a cerlified or cashier's check or year during which the consu~uer ap- contractor's bond in the anaount of at least ten percent (10%) of the amount bid. The successful bidder's certified check, cashier's check or bond will be returned upon delivery of the pipe and materials herein mentioned, and all unst~ccessful bidders' checks or bonds will be returned upon the re- jection of their bid. The City reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids presented. BY ORDER OF THE C, ITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AVA- LON. Dated the 6th (lay of January, 1944. Edith L. McKay City Clerk, INVASION SOON? A high government official has pre- dicted that American war casualties may be tripled within 90 (lays. Does this mean that a full-scale in- vision of the continent, or major thrusts in the Pacific are scheduled for early 19447 American losses for the entire war thus far total slightly over 130,000, including those killed, wounded, missing in action, and those taken prisoner. Action that would triple these losses would certainly have to be of a scope and intensity =~ not yet even approached. However, military leaders have fre- quently warned us that the hardest m fighting--and the most costly--still lies ahead. It seems logical that as we move in on the German and J~.p- anese "inner rings" of fortifications, the going will become increasingly severe. Vhatever the cest may be, W we must pay it, and wc cannot indulge in the wishful thinking that the war will be won through the collapse of our enemies from within. In American homes--especially those with service stars in the windows-- plies for or receives water from such water works systmn, then an annual minimum charge for each separate water service of water connection shall be the stun of $12.00 per year, payable monthly at the rate of $1.00 per month, which annual nfinimum ~eharge is applied to the payment of the water rates for all water supt)lied during such year for such water ser- vice of water connection, find in ad- dition thereto for all water supplied during any one calendar month in ex- cess of 1,000 gallons per month, and which water rates are hereby fixed and estaHished for water used each month as follows: For all water furnished each calen- dar month over and above the first 1,fl00 gallons above specified the charge shall be for each 1,000 gallons :at the rate of Eighty-five Cents (85c); and for each fractional part of 1,0(X) gallons over and above such first 1,000 gallons the charge shall be at the rate of Eighty-five One-Thousandths (85/10001 Cents per gall,on. Provided, however, that where water is served through a .permanent metcr in excess of a 3/4 inch meter the min- imum monthly charge for such servic~ from one separate meter shall be as follows : 1" service $4.00 1 1/4" service 4.50 1 1/2" service 5.(X} 2" service 5.50 3" service 6.00 The following water rates shall be charged and collected for temper':: service as foll.ows: ~,Vater 4or each barrel of lime or cement, Ten Cents. Wetting brick per 1,f~), Twenty 'Cents. Water for settling sewer or pipe trenches per lineal foot. Two Cents. Ware" for trenches for ornamental F. A. JOHNSON :--: A.M. PERKINS Successors to PETE V. REYES, PHOTOGRAPHER Portraits, ldentificatlon, Passports, Commercial, Press 702 CRESCENT AVENUE TELEPHONE :101 CRESCENT AV~ENUE TELEPHONE 235 xrltt itte ( iflB Before yoo buy--Buy Bonds AVALON REFRIGERATION D. W. Schuneman, Owner SERVI( SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES OF Electrical Refrigeration office at C. W. CARSON PLUMBING 117 Whittley Avenue Telephone OH, lilt IHEM many prayers will be uttered that onr lighting~ per lineal foot, Oaac> Cent. men and methods will prove adequate Ill IIlI Invi tati ns O ~ ater for cement curb f~ r each 100to achieve the necessary objectives lineal feet, Sixty Cents. ' without the apl,alling losses predicted. NI" ~'11 Reception Cards l Valer for cm(~ent walk for each I(X) . oN ,o v,c,o IlkkLl Announcements m square feet, Thirty Cents. NOTICE TO TELEPHONE SI~CTION 2: This O'rdinance shall USERS be published once in The Catalina ----- ' Islander, a weekly newspaper of ~en- LoCaIF.telepho~le users placin~zof callSthe !~ t&3~'ngt~dLLlNG~#~ei~aagask~ra ~l~ht~?le."lLL SRIDI~I/ I/'~1"~"1"~ .IS~I t~ ~1-------~ " -" eral circ-tlation, published and circu- -to San Pedro telephones ill be ellq'~':':~""~": / "~.2-,/ 3 he Catalina lated in said City, and shall tak, advised to consult the new telephone ievergifl&~Htt ~,tai~. / ~l eHec.t and' be in .full fore-, and effect directories bein;z distributed, accord- i~gklpf&a~gl~t* i~*J~ [ [ i thir'ly (301 days from and afterit, imz ~, Y. Shy ter, manavcr 1 a ~ ** t, ER first publication, Southern Califor,ia Telvl,hone Cet,- / / I H~REIbY C:ERTIFY that :he panv. ~ / ,s prepared to solve your needs forea:~inff Ordinance was introduced at For, the manager reported, some ~ COME SEE OUR SAMPLES a re.radar meeting of the City Council 1250 telephones in the San Pedro ex- of the City of Avalon. held on the chane, e will be identified by the pre- 2nd d'Lv of December, 1943 and was fix Beacon, which is being introduced fitially passed and adopted on the 6th coincident withlhe delivery of thean expedient resorted to because of reason for stepping the outpt~t of day of January, 1944, by the City new directory, the paper shortage, in 1942 was, of conrce to save 'Cxmneil of Ibe City of A~'thm, al a Mr. Snyder said lhat tl]e new mnn- on TO VICTORy |lOl~ water. reg'ular meetin~z thereof, by thefol- bers will be put ill use without ally ~ BIG CLEANUP As to the other ~ow~rtg vote, to-wit: interruption of the subscriber's serv- pressing ~ ~ . q ------ that of electris irons -- we're goir .AYES, CO[.NCII,Mb.N: P,('~mb:~rd, ice. Special ar-an~enlents have been Ve are going to have a big cleanup have millions of them -- two Pt:rhKs Taylor, White, Pm'sk,:. made to ha,dte calls placed to the (rid. in 1944. Not only that, but every-{o be exact.Aud they won't NOES. COUNCII,Mt:.N: None numbers, the mm~a :er rep~wte(1, star- COL:N( II '.N: None.in~'. however, tb:tt faster service will ." ,ABSI'D(T, ~ ~ '.VI" ' thing is goinv to be ironed out, too. tioncd. ~TTEST: result if telepl~.cme users ldace the How do we know? ~,Vell, 50.000 bath- Anyway, the production [)lug tubs can't be wrong -- and that's the been pulhed -- and the beat is 0u$ Edith 1 McICay calls by the correct number, mm~ber that are going to be manu- o~ TO v,dro~v . City Clerk " Tile lll/iua~ :r s~l{~] that rise of blue factu,-ed this year a'fter nearly two Sell CafMina---Buy Avalon. 'I'he above and foregoing ordinance pal,er for the all,habe qcal section is years of bathtub-less production. The Our Adlet Column helps.