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Ask at Security~-Uirst National for our folder "A Will Quiz." also offer other interesthlg book- on trusts and estates. Advt. "Dependable Insurance For Your Protection" OCE ABBOTT, Jr. INSURANCE Avalon: Phone Avalon 152 San Pedro: TErminal 3-3513 NEW POSTAL PAY PLAN RECOMMENDED Postmaster Herbert A. Wegmann has added his endorsement to the Postal Salary Plan recently recom- mended to the Congress by Post- master General Arthur E. Summer- field. This pay plan was developed after an examination and study was made of the postal salary structure. It is not intended to be a general salary increase but is a proposal for establishing a sound pay struc- ture based on the principal of equal pay for equal work. It is intended to correct many in- equities which have grown up over the years between different types of jobs and to provide opportunities for advancement and greater earn- ings. "As a result of the installation df the proposed plan," states Post- master Wegmann, "nearly all em- ployees would receive some immedi- ate increase by adjustment of their present salaries to new step rates. No employee's salary would be re- duced. The recommeded salary plan is designed to pay each employee in direct relation to the difficulty and responsibility of his position. o o lqG C MRS. FRED CLARKE NAMED PTA PRESIDENT There will be a Parent-Teacher Association board meeting Monday night April 12, at 7:30 p.m, in the home of Mrs. Frank Burgess. A form letter which has been drafted and which is to be sent to the mainland PTA units in connec- tion with our juvenile protection project will be presented to the board for approval. It is a construc- tive letter in line with a definite youth program of Coordinating Councils in Southern California, and any of the local business people or others who are interested are cordially invited to attend the'~W- rag. The new PTA executive board for the 1954-1955 school year was elected at the last regular meeting as follows: president, Mrs. Fred Clarke; First vlce president. Mrs. Lester Reel; second vice president, Mrs. Frank Burgess; recording sec- tary, Mrs. Blanche Belky; corre. sponding secretary, Mrs. Raymond Beach; financial secretary, Mrs. Clovis Byrd; treasurer, Mrs. Herbert Wegmann; historian, Mrs. Harold Andersen. There will be no regular monthly association meeting in April since Public Schools Week will be April 26 to April 30. and the Avalon Schools will hold Open House on Tuesday, April 27. OF LOCAL NOTE Mrs. Rose Arno is recuperating very nicely from a tonsilectomy performed on the mainland Monday. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our many friends in Avalon for all their kind letters and expressions of sympathy in the recent injury suffered by Herb. --Penny and Herb Weeden. THE ISLANDER 5 Thursday, Apr 8, 1954 COMMUNITY CItURCH 'HOLY WEEK' ACTIVITY The Community Congregational Churchv~ill have a special Palm Sundayservice this Sunday, April 11, at 11:00 a.m with the Minister Rev. Arthur W. Felkley, preaching on "The Triumphal Entry." Ralph Heywood will sing "The Palms." The Children's Choir will also sing. Holy Week will be observed with two services; Ma~lnSy Thursday Communion services wil~be held aL7:30 p.m Thursday, April 15, to which all are invited. The Medita- tion theme will be '"The First Com- munion." Good Friday services will be held from 12:00 to 3:00 p.m. Friday, April 16. in the Chapel. "The Seven Last Words" will be presented, by Mr. Felkley, on the hotir and half hour; wit~ Medita- tion periods in between. You are welcome all or part of the time. PTA TO SPONSOR EASTER EGG HUNT The" arlnual Easter Egg Hunt sponsored by the Parent-Teacher Association will be held Saturday, April 17. at 10:30 a.m. in the Ball Park. All pre-school children and children in Kindergarten through third grades are invited. A large number of hardboiled eggs will be needed, and Mrs. Frank Burgess. chairman of the hunt estimates that a sufficient number will be obtained if a half- dozen will be donated by mothers of pre-school children and one dozen by mothers of children in school who interid to participate in the hunt. Since the hunt is limited to chil- dren through third grade only, there will be a free show for chil- dren in the fourth grade and uv at 10:00 a.m, at the Riviera Theater. 6 (Paid Political Advertisement) (Paid Political Advertisement) as a voter, a chance to problems, voting think is its many right man for Council. has lived in Avalon for 33 years. 31 years, has thousands of dollars invested in Avalon. en himself as a successful business man, and He has been in business in Avalon for He has prov- MAN INTEREST UPON YOUR COUNCIL. A Vote for VICTOR C. LYTLE FOR COUNCILMAN will be appreciat- ed by him, and his serving your INTEREST will be UNSELFISH in SIN- CERITY OF PURPOSE, LOYALTY TO TI- TAXPAYER, AND THE BETTERMENT OF THE CITY OF AVALON AT ALL TIMES.