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May 2, 1935

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PAGE TEN ' THE CATALINA POPPY DAY IN AVALON the welfare work of the Legion and. AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY YACHTING N1/~ Auxiliary, the bulk of it in the work ~-- Saturday, May 25th, will be Poppy of the local Post and Unit. Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles By Skipper Day in Avalon. On that day the Ann Stevens, Publicity Chairman. County Public Library, in Atwater women of Catalina Unit of the Amer- Arcade, is open every week day from \hat with the threat ican Legion Auxiliary will distribute lit I .=l 2 to 5 and 7 to 8:30 p.m,--Mrs. ~lac- " er over the week-end t little red poppies on the streets to be ~ .-.,~...,,~ it.. ..,~ ~ Rae, Librarian. o number of yachts off th~ worn in honor Of the World War IL*I~Ur" IIN ~1 __. : :~ and along the coast. dead. The observance here will be pleasure of having with us part of the annual nation-wide observ- ~ ~ i'~ -A ~-~ ~ ~ IoseIf monev.YU don't trade in Avalon we all modore Ben S. McGlashen ante of Poppy Dav, during which I 1 '~ | . /_~ ~W' '~ on board his family crulS millions of An-~ericans will pay tribute v ,o ix o I i[" " & Summer 11 rito. "ilt( to the memory of the war dead by "~ 1 Staff Commodore M wearing memorial poppies. On the Front Street ovrlng berger and ~uests cruiser Poppy Day activities here will be , __ , [ SUITS ] Mr. and ~Mrs. 'W'. tt' J directed by a committee fro:n the guests arrived with thei~ ~ Auxiliary headed bv Alice Pyle, chair- I Now Serving se, Jdol O~lrs II, an man. A large corps of volunteer at the cottage while on workers will be organized to carry ~.~. [ SeeMartilT]J.P. HurndallsailedO~ out the distribution of the flowers. ~,.~| his sloop Merope, and u The poppies which will be worn ~=~||||| was joined at the clubhC here have been orderedfrom the l| |l~llJ| wife. The Hurndalls haw Sawtelle Hospital where they have here for part of the surar~ been made by disabled World War ~l | I r' r~l ~'~ r~ l| Sir. and Mrs, Allan veterans. The poppy making has pro- ~,~| II~m ~l~ll~ guests on their familyC vided employment for needy veterans Illlll Illllllllll , ~ mana. Mr. and Mrs. ida through winter and spring months, |JL-~L_ l ll|Jl~ll and daughter were vlst enabling them to help support them- Yacht Club, cruising. V selves and families. Public response ~r,r=~,~ yach~ Inalu II Loyd 1~.. on Poppy Day will determine how ~,~ g s enjoyed their trip soon and how extensively this work I|/lll cruiser Silver King. can be re-opened. |=0|--|-I| Alfred Machris and g tn exchange for the poppies, the ....... the week-end cruising to Auxiliary women will ask each per- ~ On Draught P~xduswely [ cruiser Wabash their he: son to make a contribution for the I ~ time being. "at; welfare of the war's living victims, ~ C. 17. ~/hiffen and t . the disabled veterans, the widows and "YOW SAW' G-G-G.Ink~ anchor in Lover's Cove fo the fatherless children of veterans. ............... end crossing on thelrF~dc This money will be used entirely in I ": told. Mr. and Mrs. ' .~~.1~.~t~[_ .... : ... :,y : :. :.1~..~..~1~k~i~11~...~~" yonng son and guests wer i' John's Cafe ThTolaon ks /ff the HOtel St' Catherll I Sp "l A t'i cruiser E1 Dorado. "s ecla nnouncemen , L. W'eil and gueS, visitors sailing over on Do yawl 'Corsair. Paul Jo guests were cruising are land on board his stea~ via II. Mr. and Mrs. u' Customers for Fast favors. ] and guests, power yach.t will open We will continue to keep our [ anchoredsmith and offgueststhe ancho:Casll tailoring and workmanship up / Hotel St. Ca-therine with SattlFday, May 4th to our usual high standard.MARTINHALL//cruiser Arbutus" "l' CagneYCielet'schnerwesleyLarryMartha'smithKent'sand gtlcrt under charter to severa OPENING SPECIAL connected with the Six C day | Merchant Tailor [ Hoover Dam, cruisingt | for Saturday and Sun| channel islands. C. Trc Av% CaIil:onlla [ schooner Malabar VIJ. rJ COMPLETE DINNER and guests, cruiser i r TRUE WESrfERN I-IysonenjoyingandthegUests,fishing.Cruaser c-o,c OF | " " " San Diego Lipmann Tr J Youn~ Roasted Tom Tu key, all the t immings ~ AT During the meeting 0: ,rl, r 1~' One-half Fried Spring Chick~a ~ of Directors of the c ,o .o , lotel Hayward Yacht Club held ,at Stat i Douglas Radford s hen i Boiled Special Sirloin Steak (The Favorite in Los A.n~eles) Pasadena, April 11, the this trophy race receive "*" . . . . : ... ~: : ~::.. .... -... ...... :... ... . ~ SIXTH AT SPRING modore Richard Schaye alina Island Yacht You are cordially invited to attend the ~ BEST BEDS and accepted. CommO( Slater's 6-meter sloop Grand Opening BEST SERVICE named to defend the l of the BEST LOCATION date of the event was se June 2nd, and the p la~[ rA,: f 90 CAI I BEST RATES Pedro, Commodore 81a (Formerly the Silver Dollar) i A.Y.C. to handle t~e Under new management i Ideal for the Butine~ Man sloop. Commodore Scha lense. There will be.a FRIDA Y NITE, MAY 3rd Extra Convenient for the Tom4st entriestered thein thisR-SlPeventPiratebet Food prepared by Mrs. L. Brott, formerly head chef at Weiss I r' e s gun. last Vienniese Care, Los Angeles I The trophv was won ,.d Commodore "Don DuK~"2~ GOOD TIME FOR ALL I will be out of the country .A Margaret Horten~e Colt and L. (Happy) Hacker /I sloop Gallant. Comrnd~;t~ set for this vear's race+ aw" Los ANG kl[ll ] / ~8 l Pacific Coast Le S 5~1"I RAY C. WALL, REPRESENTATIVE' OF | Francisco .550,' t-IollyWo ~0"9, ~ IVY OVERHOLTZER, Inc. | Oakland .789 Los Ang~le~0'eeF:' FUNERAL DIRECTOR | " land .429, SacramentO ' . ..... .400, Missions .364. ., ~j New York .778, Brk~i' it~c' Jl, ANSFER (;0. cage St ouis 'oo ,0" .46), Pittsburgh .462, .u Philadelphia .182. .o - fl~ BAGGAGE CHECKED AT YOUR HOME TO DESTINATION | HARRY . FRYMAN, Prop. aa eric ' Storage = Packing and Unpacking [ . HarryR, usullC. WagonerH. WMIre,r Cleveland .800, Chica~,.~ f, 11 ! Managers .583, Detroit .308, St. M. L. AMES TEmPnON* ! York 667, WashiW% is / ~. adelphia .167.