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MAY 11, PAGE FIVZ 80GIAL AND PEltEiONAL th~ rs" John Mock was noted among arrivals Sunday evening. PASADENA-SAN GABRIEL VALLEY COUNCIL BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA. The beautiful Boy Scout Camp of the Pasadena-San Gabriel V a 1 1 e y Council is proving very popular with CLEANUP WEEK FOR AVALON. By Fire Chief McCarte. The City of Avalon Fire Depart- ment urges the full cooperation of the C~tizens of Avalon in the following Cleanup Campaign beginning May 15th i~he Cal d Over Conrads were on the main- Scouts kom the community as shown to May 22nd. the past week-end, by the large number of advance ap- Each year at this time we are con- plications that are pouring into the fronted with the problem of weeds -l~d Welander s"en" the last weekcouncil office Already applications which are a definite FIRE HAZARD ~zld v - - With his family in Wilmington have been received for places in each The loss of human life and destruc- of the eight camps, with unusually tion of property by fire is a crime a-Jack Nelson is~ Spending a few heavy demand for placeg in first camp against the Nation and your Com- '~Ys w' /qtlson zth his mother Mrs. A.P. which opens-on June 28,'according to munity. This loss from fire--emr-be - ' W.A. Kinney, Chairman of the Com- prevented if every citizen will take a mittee on Camping, Activities and Warfew simple, common sense precautions ~,lr an ~ Service. % tt~ d Mrs. J. W. Eccteston were Camp San Antonio was established T.- a.e mainland from Saturday until qeStlay, t~o seasons ago as a war meaffure ~tr and to replace the Council's famous Cherry her, ; Mrs. Dewey Gallagher were Valley Camp on Catalina Island which -~ Ior - . . will not be available until the end of Ph-- several days, seeing after their the war. This is the third season that wrty on Clemente avenue, finds the camp well established with ~Irs ,r~ ----'- fine equipment, and ideal site, and !~" d'- nappy, Hacker is here for a ~ter,~'~ys looking after their business many splendid traditions. Of special interest to Scout camp- ,-~ts on Crescent Avenue. ers will be hikes to the summit of "Old V aik'i~- l erril Porter, owner of the Baldy," Telegraph Peak and other i~. ~l Cafe, was among those arriv- challenging locations. Due to this win- in Avalon Tuesday evening, ter's heavy snows, hikers will undoubt- each of this summer's hikes, both long -The Vince We~r"fa il r here edly find large patches of snow on f0r ~ . m y we e ehteh, Iew days. Vince is still on and short ones Swimming in the fine large pool twice a day will also add ~, ~o, out coming along nicely, to the rich program of activities. .~lr.re tand Mrs. Chet Harrington "Chef John" will return for his I~t.'. acre for two da s last week,fourth season as the most popular chef h~t~g after their EucalYptus Avenuein Southern California. "Tasty food, lots of it and on time," is John's reD'tO ~klrs Ta ----- and he has several thousand satisfied ~." ylor and her daughter, Misscampers to testify that he follows it. ll~t the Vc~ttermmated their visit withThe directions of the camp and its program will be under Tallman H. '/llg~l**uUr White's, returning to Los Trask, Scout Exeoutive, and H. Ben- - oaturday. ~rs ~. ~ jamin Robison, Resident Camp Di- PlOMa"- Oon Shinn, who has been rector, both of whom have directed I~ ,h~*lgSOme time with her husband the Council's camps for the past twen- a%ie ,~ as!, returned to her Avalon ty years. *t~stlay evening. . Boy WAR BONmt COMMUNITY CONGREGATIONAL lteh~lai'ri6n' U S 'Army, was CHURCH. a. few ~an happy to'be able to spend ------ "~ars tLJ~ m the home town. Ernie Leland L Williams, Minister. }aig :~tree s~ver stars on his cam- Sunday School--9:30. rt ribbon. Morning Worship--10:30. ~}1. Vi' ~ Ladies Aid Luncheon, Friday, May cry ~ ~a Scott Stevenson, looking 12th, ,at 12:30 A~a~tY mher WAC uniform arrived Church Dinner and Stunt Night-- ,~ rvice "~" ~unday. Vilma likes the Wednesday, May 17, at 6:30 % a ,' uut says it's swell to be home Choir Practice, Thursday evening at ~eW days. 7:30. htl~h ------ Rev. Leland Williams and Mr. John ~ " Sehuneman reports his wife D. MacLean attended the State Con- Let, and n a decided turn for the bet- ference of Congregational Churches ~% s0rn Uopes for her return to Ava- at San Bernardino. the e time next month He spent ON TO VICTORY-- ~t%a~'tst Week-end with her in Pasa- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES. ~' "Awake thou that sleepest, and arise tatltl"a~'uers retu~from the main- from the dead, and Christ shall give ~P-arl {~esday evening included Mrs. thee light " This admonition of Paul V. ~ est.man, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. to the Ephesians was the Golden Text M.Sr -,at~-"tuglaan,~, the Gleed Williams'. . .in the Sunday Lesson-Sermon on {~*s. 13~;~xrs, Jack White, Mr. and"Adam and Fallen Man" in all ~3Cttrrv~inert Walker, Mrs. A.E. branches of The Mother C-~urch, The ;~e, ~ar.b,[rs. Marie .Batho, Coy First Church of Christ, Scientist, in "John ~ul~c~lrs, Freddie Schwartz Boston. "Rest in the Lord, and wait pa- ----- tiently for him," wrote David in the Aid of the Cortgrega- Psalms. The Lesson-Sermon citation will hold a Pot Luck continued, "fret not thyself because Friday in *.he Social of him who prospereth in his wgv. A cordial invita- because of the man who Drmgeth ed to all ladies to attend, wicked devices to pass For yet and habitually exercise care about his home and. his place of work. City Ordinance No. 120 of the City of Avalon provides for the removal from property, lands, or lots, and from sidewalks, parkings or streets upon which the same abut, of all weeds, or other material which is li- able to start or spread fire or which may endanger or injure neighboring property, or the health or welfare of residents of the vicinity, and fixing a penalty for the violation thereof. City Ordinance No. 98, Section 31, provides that it shall be unlawful for any person to ignite, set fire to, or burn any trash, paper, packing ma- terials, or other combustible materials on any lot or vacant space or light any bonfires of any kind within the limits of the City except between the hc, u~rs of six a. m. and 9 a. m. of the same day. It shall be unlawful for any person to burn any garbage with- in the limits of the City of Avalon without first obtaining a permit from the Board of Trustees to do so, which permit said Board may give or refuse in its discretion. The Fire iDepartment again urges you to start the cleaning of weeds ~as soon as possible. If you will pile the cut weeds and grass at your curbing, they will be removed by the rubbish truck at their next regular collection. o~ "to v,croe~ RECEIVES PROMOTION Private First Class Francis E. Jar- onske, 19. son of Mrs. Lee Porter of Avalon, has been promoted to his present rank by the Marine Corps. He is a member of the Fourth Ma- rine Division, which invaded Kkaja- lein Atoll in the Marshall Islands. ~e enlisted in August, 1942. --ON TO VI~'I"ORY DON'T LET DOWN THE VICTORY GARDENS. One of the big private activities in Washington surrounds the local Vic- tory gardens The Secretary of Agri- culture has made a statement showing that Victory gardens contributed forty per cent of the fresh vegetables grown last year, and he 'has made a plea for more gardens. This is due to the fact that a recent survey indicated a ten per cent drop under last year. Don't give up the Victory gardens--there is a lot of fun in the game if you get into it and follow it up as faithhflly as though it were golf. COLLECTORS DE LUXE. The Department of the Interior has requested two new assistants whose ADLETS i0 cents per line. Minimum charge 2~e tv Play Pen--For Sale. 209 Whittley Avenue. --20 Aokrt Loa--Flame Grain Kaywoodie Pipe. Vahed as a gift. Please contact V. F. Burke, Sect. ll-2D, St. Catherine. $2.50 reward. ---p20 A DI~T Now it tim time to have the weeds cut. Call 76. --17tf -- ADLEr Avalon lnsttt~ne.~ &~mo,--Avak~ phone, 147; San Pedro phone, Harlmr 1288, 39ff ADk~T Guaraateed Wakh Repairhtg--4deati- fication Bracelets, name and address engraved free.FRES~O'S, MacRa~ Hotel Building. 37tt" ~--ON TO VICTORY AVALON CHURCH SERVICES Catholi~--SL Catherlne~s Father Miehael J. O'Connor, Ch,tpla/a U.S.M.S Sunday---Mass at 7:30 a. m. at St. Catherine's Church Mass at 10:00 a. m. a*- the Casinn. Week Days--Evening Mass at 6:15 ia the new Chapel on Sumner Art Confessions--Saturdays and the Eve of First Fridays and Holy Days from 5 to 9:30 in the new Chapel on Sumner Avenue. Church School, Friday at 3 p. m Saturdays at 9 a. m. Cl~sti*m Seienee Soc~t A branch of the Mother Ckureh, The First Church of Christ, Scientist. in Boston, Massachusetts, holds Stm- any service at 11 a. m. Testimonial meetings at 2 p. m. on she third Wednesday of the monah. Church Edifice, East Whitth~r ave- nue. -.--.ON TO VICTOR% ." " America's 1942~wheat crop Will ex- ceed domestic consumption by over 100,000,000 bushels, adding to a stored surplus which is already great enough to tide the country over a four consec- utive drought years. RIVIERA THEATRE m ONE SHOW ONLY 7:30 P.M. NEW ADMISSION PRICES EFF~IVE SATURDAY. APRIL l Ad~lt~, Etrtab. Price ~.c Federal Tax 0&o Total : Service Men, Estah. Price Federal Tax 06 . Total Children, E-tab. Prke 1.~: F~ierml Tax Ok. Total 18 THURSDAY, MAY 11 " "HEY, ROOKIE" starring Ann Miller and Lan~ Parks. Plus News and Novelty. FRIDAY, MAY 12 SPECIAL DOUBLE FF-ATURE "THE WHISTLER" with Richard Dix and Gloria Stuart --AND-- AN EXTRA BOND a little while, and the wicked shall combined salaries will total over $~,500 "MEMPHIS BELLE" TO MEET not be: yea, thou shalt diligently con- annually. (Technicolor) Scout Mo:hers Auxiliarysider his place, and it shall not be Their sole duties will be--guess Fly and fight with tim crew on ale ac- what ? To collect from the employees ng Saturday afternoonThe Lord knoweth the days of the tual bombing mis~on over Germany. upright: and their inheritance shall ,be of that department donations to .vari- Also News. for ever." ous charities.and to other funds. of the Congregational meeting will be called * "* 00 o'cl " Mary Baker Eddy said in "Science Maybe this isn't important, but we SATURDAY, MAY 13 ," ock. All mothers and Health with Key to the Scrip- might ask: Who is going to collect ~e present "NINE. GIRLS ' , &N EXTRA" BOND . . turcs: Tl~e great truth in the Sci- from the collectors ? ~ . . &. HOLDS PICNI~ ,'~ ~ ence of being, that the real man was, ----oN "to vtcroav featuring * Alt~ Harding arid .~vd,y~ ual picnic of the. Avalon is, and ever shall be perfect, is' ine0n- The Pennsylvania Ra41road has or- K~ye Ad;:led Selected Short Sub- troverlible; for if man i.s the image, dered establishment of nurseries in all jects. * * * as held-last Monday at the ~.Ms-.near.the Bird Park.reflection, of God, lie ,is : neither in, its trfaia terminals ro serve travel weary ;Wing members were install- verted no'r s'ubv~rted,:~ut u:prighf/and mothers and babies. ~. SUNDAY MONDA~, MAY;.14"15 Cagdlike." -~ ~' "~, i'. . ". ~-" .---'-~ON TO VICTOR ~--"" ' "'-, ' '-~-| ' d . "" :~ "~'T eL~hii::olor ) ~ er, s. for the year, .1944-5--- Sttbject. M~y" 14, "~I~ortais ann, ~m- So y,0U spent $1.50 foi~il0 m,@e,y~t~iff . '),RIDIRG HIGH'. .: "Arnold a.eting as instalhng mo~-{~li~.' . ;~ ' ::, . ders ? Here's how to.~save .one,third- s farting Dorothy Lam0ur and Dick !: l~t'~lrs,- R. E. Humphries .: " /--.o~vo v,cvo~v of tha~ atnol~llt:atad your val~.t~-tim i Powell.Plu~,No,elty,a, nd News. .~ resident-t~i'rs James C Gib MARY'WILLIAM~"~L~I~ ~i too. Open a Specii~Cla ,dflng'~qtmt).~ ' ~t~~t 17 18 Seer - . .- at Security-First .N'Rtbt~M" BSflE";~ WED. & THOR, MAY -, Tr etary'---~{rs Har The annual:"lhi~g~, ~ ~ '~[eetinf :;~nd''. . .~ book of 10 eheeks.:'~t~Nfily,$1.::";.N,&i,MADk~a~F'~d~]E, . ! ^ easttr "~. ry J. Warner~ '-"- Installation Tea will be ~'eld a'~the' monthly sef~i~~ e~f~r~'~t~--~v~~ );:'? "; qtlditor"'~I~Vlr~ A. N. Grilich h(~ne :O~:'~fi ~. Ctiri~tiigff ~N'd~injttt~:.Sfi BoY AN EJt'i'/~.'.'I~/~ID ~:"'";""~reer Garson and Wah:r. "~ xlss ILmily Hartmann. Thursday, May 11. Our Adlet Column helps. Try it. P'i l k