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bNESDAY, MAY 3, 1933 PAGE FIVE Fresh Catalina FISH PLEASURE PIER Open All the Year 'VALON FISH MARKET Oysters, Shrimp, Etc., in Season. Smoked Fish BAIT FOR ANGLERS Clara Hammond, Proprietor IDR. JOHN J. WHITE ENTIST Oral Surgery T~LEPHONE | 25 CATALINA HOSPITAL Hospital 1 ~ly equipped for Medical, and Obstetrical Service and Diagnostic Laboratories Registered Nurses ~UMN~rR AVE. TELI~PHONI[ 68 I [os and Souvenirs Look for the Sign of Big Curio Store H. D. MacRae Co, ! PIPES! To Suit Every Smoker Reauisites of Ever.v Description carry a full line of Fan- ndy, which we are pre- or mail for you. Angeles Prices Prevailing ISLANDER LOS ANGELES .Y PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY ~aZ~es for E~erybody ~ards and Souvenir Books 'S NEWS STAND listen--and think I three we sell=== :SING--To the merchants in what they have to are anxious to get it be- largest number of local :he people who want is going on in our and want the facts are, and not biased in the business and man who appreciates GOOD PRINTING RADE STATION- ~d the Leaders in their l~espective Lines: Telephone 5@0. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE UNDER EXECUTION SHERIFF'S SALE NO. 322 023 Title Insurance and Trust Company a corporation, Plaintiff, VS. R. A. Dallugge & Margarita G. Dal- lugge, Defendants. By virtue of an execution issued out of the Superior Court, of the Ccunty of Los Angeles, State of California, wherein TITLE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY A CORPORA- TION was Plaintiff, and R. A. DAL- LUGGE & MARGARITA G. DAL- LUGGE were Defendants, upon a judgment rendered the 18th day of August, A. D. 1931, for tile sum of TWENTY THOU S A N D E I G H T HUNDRED EIGHTY ONE & 36/100 ($20,881.36) Dollars lawful money of the UnitedStates, besides costs and .interest, I have levied upon all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendantsof, in and to the following described real estate, situate in the County of Los Angeles, State of Cal- ifornia, and bounded and described as follows : Lot 5 and portions of lots 37 and 38 all in Block "A", and a portion of lot "G", all of Tract No. 3368, in the City of Avalon, County of Los Angeles, State of California, as per map re- corded in Book 37 page 3 et seq. of maps, described as a whole as follows: Beginning at the most Westerly corner of said lot 5; thence along the southwest line of said lots '5 and 38 and prolongation thereof south 52 59' East 137.85 feet to the most Southerly corner of land described in deed to Margarita G. Dallugge, recorded in Book 2838 page 123 Official Records of said County; thence akmg the East line of said land North 9 24' East 57.22 feet to the most southerly corner of land described in deed to George Mulford and Ann Mulford, his wife, recorded in book 9547, page 94 said Official Records; thence along the southwest line of said last men- tioned land north 52 59' West to the northwest line of said lot 38; thence along said northwest line south 37 01' West 29.54 feet to the most Easterly corner of said lot 5; thence north 52 59' West 65 feet to the most northerly corner of said lot 5; thence south 37 01' West 30.70 feet to the point of be- ginning. The above described property is also shown as Lots 27 and 30 in block 15 of t~ae Official Map of the City of Avalon, filed in book 1 page 31 et seq. of Official Maps, in the office of the County Recorder of said county. PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will, on Monday the 8th day of May, A. D. 1933, at 12 o'clock M. of that day, at the East Entrance to the Hall of Justice, city of and County of Los Angeles, sell at public auction, for lawful money of the United States, all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendants of, in and to the above described property, or of so much thereof as may be necessary to raise sufficient to satisfy said Judgment, with interest and costs, etc., to the highest and best bidder. Dated this 12th day of April, 1933. E. W. BISCAILUZ Sheriff of Los Angeles County. By CHAS. KAPLAN, Deputy Sheriff. GILBERT E. HARRIS, Plaintiff's Attorney. Publication dates : April 12, April 19, April 26 and May 3, 1933. TO LOOK WELL TIlE ARCABE BARBER SHOP WILL KEEP YOU LOOKING THAT WAY Billie Price, Prop. i ! FOR SALE Mrs. Anna M. LeFavor 332 Metropole Ave. WHAT IS REFORESTATION? The word "reforestation" is nmch before the public nowadays. It is a headline word. President Roosevelt has done nmch to popularize it within the past few months in his speeches and messages, and it is now dealt with in a congressional act. There is ap- parently much popularconfusiou in the use of theword. Just what is "reforestation" ? To the forester it is a word with a definite and specific meaning. As a technical word. it means the restoring of an area to forest, either by artificial or natural means. That is, either the growing and setting out of young for- est trees or seedlings on land which once had forests; or the slow or grad- ual restocking with forest by nature of land once forested. That is the correct or technical meaning. Like- wise, afforestation means tile planting of a forest on land which 'has not pre- viously borne forest. Deforestation means the destruction or removal of forest from land with no conscious effort to restock the land. Of late, however, the word "refor- estation" has come to be popularly used to cover a much wider field. In this loose or popular sense, it has come to mean almost any method, means, or system whereby forest land is improved, developed, or protected, wherher the land is cut over or is now bearing mature timber. For example--a system of fire lines or trails, or protection roads, the fell- ing of snags or dead standing trees for fire protection, the thinning out of too (lense tree growth, or even a law to encourage the holding and protec- tion of cut-over lands for future tree crops--have all come to be referred to as "reforestation" measures. Foresters in California are very fre- quently asked "What is being done in reforestation?" or "Why doesn't the government do more reforestation?" The area of once forested lands re- quiring planting in the California pine region is very large. Estimates rang- ing from 300,000 to 2,000,000 acres serve to emphasize the magnitude of the planting job. On a large part of these lands all timber growth has been swept away by repeated fires and no chance for natural reproduction re- mains. For the rest, lumbering fol- lowed by fire and, in recent years, lum- bering alone, have denuded the land quite as thoroughly. Planting with native conifers is the only known pos- sibility of making these areas again productive within several generations. Planting is tremendously complicat- ed, however, by the fact that this de- nuded land has been captured by a dense stand of brush, and the long dry summers make it difficult for ar- tificially planted trees to survive. Be- cause of the rapidity with which brush fields form, it is only on lands that are planted within a few years after tile forest is destroyed that the task is easy. Brush-field planting is the out- standing problem in the region; plant- ing on more recently denuded lands is of secondary, though increasing im- portance. With so great a job of planting in prospect, efforts of the Forest Ser- vice have been concentrated on the areas where reforestation is most urg- ently needed and will be most effec- tive. This 'has been done only in an experimental way with stock grown in the Forest Service nursery at Susan- ville, California. The capacity of this nursery will be doubled to make 1,000,- 000 seedlings available during the life of the Reforestation Act, but Forest Service officials believe that "refores- tation" in California will consist main- ly of fire protection measures. --:O:~ "Why all the bandages on Jones' head ?" "Rotten bridge." "Break through ?" "No, trumped his wife's ace."--Ex. 'i~he latest thing in men's clothes this spring will be women.--Florida Times- Union. Catalina mountains, ocean ana 0reeze! Let's take the trip and enjoy all these. A place to rest; a place to play, i Much more to see; much less to pay. f Ortofl's Sandwich Shop Fountain Service Hot Chocolate--Coffee Chili--Tamales MAGAZINES & PERIODICALS J. J. ORTON, Prop. Pavilion Building Crescent Avenue SEND THE ISLANDER TO SOME FRIEND WHO KNOWS CATALINA HAS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRED? YOU NEED THE ISLANDER Spend Your Money with your home mer- chants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a community worth while. You will find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. _J Our Adlet Colunm helps. Try it.