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February 19, 1930

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{ SbAy, FEB 19, 1930 PAG THREE Few lines of work offer the truly able, ambitious, sincere and energetic young man the certainty of a happy and prosperous future that Safeway men enjoy. The Safeway men share in the profits he helps to cxeate. His material prosperity is limited only by his own energy and ability, and he enjoys a sense of satisfaction in performing an essential public service in the most efficient and economical manner . That's why you seldom or never see a discontented Safeway man. These Prices Effective Wednesday until Saturday MAY NNAISE BEST FOOD OZ. b2 PINT PINT QUAINT OALLON 10c 23c 42c 80c $2.50 -S--hhortening Nucoa Best Food Oleomargarine 2 lbs. . : . 33c 2 Ibs. . . . 35c Pickles Bread and Butter 01asses . 45c Cookies Sugar and Oatmeal a doz. . . . 29c Oraham Flour Albers 1 2{} OZ, PkO. . . 14c Cookies Choc Ben Bons 2 Ibs. . . . 49c F E HIGH GRADE Peaches Apricots 0 can [ooJlotl] 60____c No_ 10 ca____nn [oallon___ ] 6S___S Pineapple Peanut Butter .I-I. W. -Jim Dole s--H. W. Max-i-mum Calls . . 49c 1 lb. can . . 25c Corn Meal Chocolate .- Yellow and White Ghirardelli's S lb. sack . . 24c 1 Ib. can . . 33c SLICED SLICED TOASTED WHITE AND WHOLE WHEAT An. 0nly . . . . . . { Open the year round [ ] ! YACHTING NEWS The meeting and dim]er of the Los Angeles Yacht Club Board of Direc- tors was hehl February 7th, at the I,. A. A. Club, with the following result as to o,'e;anizing the board: AI E. Christie, president; Dan Laubersheint- er, first vice-president; Morgan Ad- ams, second vice-president; Fd R. Ab- bott, secre'ary-treasurer ; Igred I-I. Bosbyshell, assis:ant secretary. Com- modore A1 Christie has many surprises in store for the members for the com- ing season's events, all ol which will be duly published in the season's pro- gram, which will be given out in the near future. Commodore Christie made the fol- lowing appointments : W. W. Ped- der, fleet captain; O. V. Dresden, port cap:ain; Dr. Geo. Laubersheimer, fleet surgeon; Ken Carey, judge advocate; Milton Hessetber( measurer; Fred H. Bosbyshell, secretary. The annual meeting and dinner of th.e Southern California Yachting As- sociation was held February 13th, at the L. A. A. Club, with a good repre- sentation from the member clubs. The following officers of the associatmn were elected for the year : Vice- Conunodore Douglas R. Radford, of the Catalina Island Yach: Club, was elected Commodore of the association. Commodore Charles T. Johnson of the Southwestern Yacht Club of 'San Di- ego, was elected as Vice-Commodore. Vice-Commodore Alfred E, Rogers, of, the Newport Harbor Yacht Club of Newport Beach, was elected Rear- Commodore. Clare Neuner was elected Secretary- Treasurer, as Fred H. Bosby~h6tl, who had held that office sinco 1926, requested to be reliev'ed from furtheg duty in that office. Mr. Neuner is well known yachtsman, and has be,qt a member of the Los Angeles Yacht Club for many years. He is a noted racing skipper, having handled the stick of some of the fast~st racing sloops in the various regattas both ia the south and on San Francisco Bay, Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Armstrong arrived in Avalon bay with their yacht "Edna," having on board a party of young friends from Los Angeles. Among them were Miss Anita Haskell, Miss Jerry Barton, Mr.. Herman Broekamp, Mr. Ed Waiters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Surerus, Missl Thelma Smith. They returned to the nminland Sunday .evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snyder are regular Avalon visitors, coming over on their fast cruiser "Lucky B." Mr. Snyder has hopes of winning the race to San Francisco the coming April. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bacon visited Avalon over the week-end, coming over on their yacht "Marmny." THE CHICAGO CUBS EXHIBITION GAMES The Chicago Cubs will play the fol- lowing exhibition games in Los Ange- les : March 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, Los Angeles Club. March 20, 21, Portland Club March 22, 23, 25, 26, ~os Angel,,s Club. March 27, 28, 29 30, Pittsburg Club. April 1, 2, 3, 4, Ix~s Angeles Club. April 5, 6, Hollywood Club. At Kansas City they will play the Kansas City Club April 10, 11, 12, 13. ~---~-- :O :~'-- At the meeting of the City Council held Monday, Attorney Frederick Ba- ker was re-appointed to th.e office of City Attorney for the City of Ava- lon. Several years ago Attorney Ba- ker resigned this office because of other legal work on the mainland. His return to Avalon is very gratify- ing to his many friends here . Mr. A. C. Brode entertained over the week-end his sister, Mrs. Oscar Lawler, and his nephew Ross, of Los Angeles, at his home on Maiden Lane.