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4 THE ISLANDER Thursday, April 8, '1954 i HOLY WEEK ACTIVITY AT ST. CATHERINE'S The Holy Week schedule at St. Catherine's Church wilt begin with the Palm Sunday rites this Sunday. Palm will be blessed before the 7 a.m. Mass and distributed at both the 7 a.m. and 10 a,m. Masses. (Paid Political Advertisement) 1 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE INTHESALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES Rotary Club Notes- APPEAL From The Mayor Your present City Council has now completed two years in office. Two of the most decisive years in Date of Application: March 31. 1954. TO WHOM IT MAY-CONCEI~N: Notice is hereby given that fif- teen days after the above date. the undersigned proposes to sell alco- holic beverages at these premises, described as follows: Bird Park, Avalon. TELEPHONE ~IAN TO ADDRESS ROTARIANS The Avalon Rotary Club will hear Edwin M. Blakeslee. at their noon luncheon tomorrow. Blakeslee is president and member of the board of directors of the General Telephone Company of California. the history of our little community. He is also chairman of the District On Monday, Tuesday and*Wed- The knowledge aeculumated duringPursuant to such intention, the Advisory Vocational Service Com- nesday, the week day morning Massthese ~months of the needs of our undersigned is applying to the State mittee, and director of the United will be at 8 a.m. which is later than city and its future development Board of Equalization for issuanceStates Independent Telephorie As- usual. The Lenten Wednesday eve- trove tremendous value. The pre-of an alcoholic beverage license for sociation. ning Mass will b~ said as usual at sent City Council is aware of the these premises as follows: Program chairman for the meet- 8 p.m. On Holy Thursday morning, hard work and planning that has On-sale Beer. ing is Bill Laurin. Mass will be said at 8 a.m. follow- been done to place our city on Anyone desiring to protest the Last week-the club was entertain- ed by the Procession of the Blessed a sound footing. A community issuance of such license may file ed by Patty Gardenseed, who show- Sacrament. Tl~e annual Holy Thurs- which because of its forsightedness a verified protest with the State ed color slides of his travels around day adoration honoring the presence is anxious to secure its future by Board of Equalization at Sacra- the world with the President Lines. of Our Lord in the Holy Eucharist. standing on its own two feet. mento, California, stating groundsHe gets his name by his habit of distributing free garden-seeds to will begin Thursday and continue To be prepa[ed and able to with-for denial as provided by law. through the day and night until stand condition'~such as we are EDGAR L BECKER and Good Friday noon. Volunteers will going .through anM~ do somethingINGWER P. NISSEN spend an hour in prayer and, reed- about them. or--evbn better--being Ration at the time selected, in a position that we will never be Special sermons during H o 1 y Week will be preached by a mission- ary of the White Fathers of Africa. All are invited to the morning or evening services. AVALON CASINO THEATRE OPENS FRIDAY, APRIL 9 THROUGH APRIL 18 Doors Open 7 P M. Shows 7:15 and 9:15 Adults 85c incl. tax, Children 25c FRIDAY APRIL 9 Jeff Chandler, Rhonda FIemlng in COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR Plus Pickup ~Pup Cartoon, Sports and Trsvelogue SATUBJ)AY APRIL I0 The Picture About MABABUI rA! " The Naked Jungle" IN TECHNICOLOR Charleton lleston, Eleanor Parker Also ~ Sports & Travel APRIL 11-12 THE COMEDY HIT ! faced with these conditions again, one but I am sure that if we can We realize that there are those that continue, our labors will bear fruits disagree with us and I am sure that that our whole community will ben- they will agree that they have had efit from. Don't take your vote too the opportunity to be heard and in lightly, it is probably one of the f a c t many of the suggestions most important votes you will cast brought to us by these very people~ and will have a great effect on the have been incorporated in our plans. We have asked the advise of many of our citizens and in most cases it was given in a public spirited and unselfish manner. As a matter of fact I have found the majority of the people of Ava- lon to have a sincere interest in Avalon's future. But I would also like to point out that while the Council has been struggling to do a good job there were those who were always trying to instill a bit of doubt as to the integrity of the Council. One citizen went to the expense of asking for a Grand Jurv inquiry. I don't believe that the person thought that there was any misconduct of office but it might possibly arouse suspicion among our citizens. The same tactics have been used in'fostering a "city hate company" program. future of Avalon and Catalina. Mr. Wrigley believes in its future. Your present Council believes in its fu- ture. We hope that you do too. If at any ~time I served the Com- pany it was with the sincere thought that in doing so I was serving the best interest of the community and the majority, of its tax payers. That is what your Council has been trying to do, something con- structiw by cooperating with the towns largest busines~ I feel that this~makes sense and I am sure that the majority of our residents agree that we would find it diffi- cult to get along without our larg- est taxpayer. But unfortunately, this cooperat/on has left us wide open to attacks which it seem have become very popular, of the little guy fighting the big guy, whether the p~tnciple involved makes sense or not. "It Judy Holliday-- Peter Law'ford TUF~DAY APRIL 13 IN TECHNICOLOR Eliz~eth Taylor, Vittorio Gamman Plus Short Subjects WEDNESDAY APRIL 14 Centuries of ~Passion Pent Up in His Savage Heart ! "Creature From The Black Lagoon" Richard Carlson, Julia Adams ~.-FRI. APRIL 15-16 William Holden, Barbara Stanwyk Suite" Unfortunately your present Coun- cil does not have the privilege or opportunity to answer most of the accusations or hearsay, as they are made with a plan that we should not have that opportunity. Rather, just enough information is gathered together to make up a story to heckle those who are sincerely try- ing to do a good job and, because they are honest and sincere and are not thinking in devious ways for their own particular benefit, are at a great disadvantage at the var- ious Council meeting~. Let me say that these people who do this heckling are in a small mi- nority. Unfortunately, they are the only ones who dare to be heard. I think that they can be described as "smart alecs" who are acting to the ultimate detriment of the big bulk of sober minded people. These and mar}y other reasons are why it is so important that the present Council be kept intact. varions underprivileged peoples of the earth. (Advertisement} FOR ATIILETE~ FOOT USE KERATOLYTIC BECAUSE--- It SLOUGHS OFF the tainted outer skin to expose buried fungi and kills it on contact. Get this STRONG keratolytic fungicide, T-4-L, at any drug store. If not pleased IN ONE HOUR, your 40c back. Now at IS- LAND PHARMACY. "AVALON'S FAVORITE RESTAURANT" I 9th 11 A M. - - 31st REMODELED BRIGHT AS AVALON'S SUNSHINE -- NEW EQUIPMENT -- BREAKFAST -- LUNCH -- DINNER MODERATE PRICES -- EXCELLENT SERVICE COMPLETE MENU Our Customers say, "Simply Delicious Food." Managed by and John Laza: The struggle has been a difficult [~|li]~$~lqlll|llllllSMl~l~lIli$111$1~Mi~lll~l~$~li$~$M~lUll~li~l$~$iI$1~l~Ul~