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APRIL 13, 1939 You l~y Harry II as in 1816 that France was r Career of parliamentary The Duc de Richelieu, ace of Talleyrand and ~atter was compelled to orever. Marshal Gou- who succeeded Davoust, army on a permanent ry equality. . mt is the widest point miles ? The inter- to Long Point, aside lone(t, is a cave which the point of rocks its extremity, from ,F . , talian Gardens" arc a fa- . point ? In the early" ma, the San Pedro fisher- le Waters here so prolific called it their gar- it came to be rman's Cove is a little in- Stern side of the Isthmus a perfect shelter for any kind of a storm? . m 1858 the big steam- tstern" was launched at ? m 1888 the Lick Obser- at Mt. Hamihon, long distance telephone Ween New York and gold was discovered in California ? from the ranch of tlm at Oolo~ah, Okla., record at Angels Camp, a y 6, 1937, when it jump- inches ? d's rec(wd ski jumpin:,. is hehl by Sigmond rag are the elements in sea water : "4 SCHEDULE OCT. 3, 1938 schedule will be in California, and Island, Calif. LE a_P. E. Ry.) 9#.'00 a.r~ P. E. Ry.) 9:25 a.m. steamer) I0:00 a.m. -~amer) 12:10 p.m. 4:15 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 6:55 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Portation Company re- change steamers and notice) SCHEDULE 28 to April 14, Inclusive Lv. Avalon * 7:45 a.m. 4:15 p.m. $ :15 p.m. tndays and holidays Will be operated when between the sckeduled morning trip and first ns for trips from Wil- must be taken up Airport 15 minutn departure. for trips Avalon to taken up at Avalon scheduled plane depar- Airline, Ldt., reservel airplane schedules with- Chlorine, bromine, sulphate carbonate, sodima, potassium/ calcium, and mag- nesium: in small quantities, iodine, fluorine, phosphorus, arsenic and sili- con ? That the Avalon Westminster Chimes, installed at a cost of $25,000, were donated to the City of Avalou by William Wrigley Jr.? That the Fraternal Order of Eagles, No. 1285, was organized in the year 19057 It was the first fraternal or- ganization Catalina had, and function- ed until 19Lx:). Its eqmpment, and fi- nances of more than $1,000 were turned over to the San Pedro Aerie, 312. That after the 1915 fire, the first property owner to start rebuilding was the late William H. Gill? The New Hotel Catalina was the first hotel com- pleted. It is located on Whittley ave- nue, and is now under the ownership of Mrs. Stearns. That the Pilgrims landed at Ply- mouth Rock on December 21, 1620. They were English, but some had dwelt since 1608 in Holland. They came to America on the "Mayflower". The compact signed before landing bore 41 names; the number aboard numbered 101 persons. The Captain of the Mayflower was Christopher Jones of Norwich, England. That 4004 is the date of the creation of the \orld, according to Archbishop Usher's chronology. Advertise for what you need in The Catalina Islander. PACIFIC YES-THREE SATISFYING Challenger dining car meals for only 90c a day, Breakfast 25e, Luncheon 30c, Din- ner 35e--attended by the fanmus friendly, courteo~ts Union Pacific service. TRAVEL ECONOM|~S prevail in Challenger coaches. Comfortable reclining seats, soft night lights, free pillows and porter service. Special coaches for women traveling alone, and for women with children. SEE HOW L TTLE i IT COSTS I One-way in Coach--Los Angeles 'i'o Chicago s .s0 II 3 meals, 1st day .90 I 3 me,als, 2rid day .90 I Br kf st, 3rd day .~5 I CHALLENGER SLEEPING CAR FARES arel0w,withberth costs about half standard Pullman charges. Attractive lounge car, for sleeping car passengers, with radio, current nlag- azines and newspapers. Air-conditioned throughout, and Registered Nurse-Stewardess service for all passengers. Other Fine Union Pacific Trains e " ~r Streamliners "City of Los Ang les --Los An.eles Limited --Pacific Limited. See BOTH World's Falrs--Circle trip to New York and San Fran- cisco only $90 in coaches: $135 in Pulhnans tberth extra), effective beginning April 28. Ask about this great travel bargain. For Complefe Travel laform=floa--. See ~fou! Nearest Onion Pccific Repreaent- alive for Cheertul Personal Travel Service PAGE ELEVEN ORDINANCE NO. 237 AN ORDINANCE FORBIDDING SOLICITORS, PEDDLERS, HAWK- ERS, ITINERANT MERCHANTS AND TRANSIENT VENDORS OF MERCHANDISE, WITHIN T H E CITY O'F AVALON, CALIFORNIA, FROM TRESPASSING IN A N D UPON PRIVATE RESIDENCES IN SAID CITY WHEN UNINVITED SO TO DO BY THE OWNERS AND OCCUPANTS OF SAID PRIVATE RESIDENCES, I N SOLICITING AND ATTEMPTING TO SOLICIT ORDERS, OR IN SELLING AND EXPOSING FOR SALE WARES AND MERCHANDISE, AND DE- CLARING SUCH SOLICITING TO BE A NUISANCE, AND DIRECT-. ING THE POLICE AUTHO.RITIES OF SAID CITY TO ENFORCE SUCH ORDINANCE, AND FIXING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLA- TION THEREOF. The City, Cotmcil of the City of Av- alon do ordain as follows i SFCTION 1. The practice of going in and Ul)On private residences in the City of Avalon, California, by solici- tors, peddlers, hawkers, itinerant mer- chauts and transient vendors of mer- chandise, not having been requested or invited so to tie by" the owner or owners, occupant or occupants of said private residence, for the purpose of soliciting orders for the sale of goods, wares and merchandise, and/or for the purpose of disposing of and/or ped- dliug or hawking the same, is here- by prohibited atl~ is hereby declared to be a ntfisance an(l punishable as a mis(temeanor as hereinafter Inovided. SECTION 2. The Chief of Police and the l'olice force of the said City ~,f Avalon are hereby required and (t[- recte(t to enforce this Ordinance and to prosecute all violators thereof. SECTION 3. Any person violatin:; . any ,~f the provisions of this Ordinance shall be (lecmed guilty of a misde- nlC{tlhH, and Ul)On conviction thereof shall be punishable by fine of not less than Ion dollars ($10,0t)) nor morc thal~ one hundred dollars ($1(X).00), or bv i,l,t,risonmcnt i,t the City Jail of tl-~c said City" of Avalon for a period of not more than ten days,'or by both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION 4. All ordinances and parts of ordinances of said City" of Avahm in conflict with this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 5. The City Clerk shall certify to the passage of this Ordi- nance al~d shall cause the same to be pnblished once in The Catalina Isla,ld- er, a weekly newspaper of general cir- culation, published and circulated in said City' of Avahm. Adopted this l(/th (lay of April, 1939. (SEA1,) Wilbur L White, Mayor of the City of Avalon, Cali{ornia. ATTEST : Edith L. McKay, City Clerk of the City of .;'~ valon State of California ~-SS 2ity of Avahm I, Edith L. McKay, City Clerk of the City of Avahm, State of California, d,, hereby certify that the foregoing Of dinance was duly adoptcd by the City" Council of the City of Avakm, State of California, and signed by the Mayor of the said City, at a regular meetin~ of said City Council held on the l'0tE day of April, 1939, and that the same was passed by the following vote, to- wit : Aves: Councilmen \~hite, Hoover, Mackey, Perluss, Heywood. Noes : None. Absent : None. (SI,;AI.) Edith L. McKay. City Clerk of the City of Avalon, California. Bv F,. R. Pollok, "l)eputy City Clerk. An old country woman going into a large town saw, for the first time, ap electric tram. "Well," she said, in her amazement, "I've seen 'era worked by horses, and I've seen 'era rim by en- gines, but: [ never seed 'enl druv by a clothes-plop ' beloire.''