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May 16, 1946     The Catalina Islander
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I AGE /:OUR THE CATALINA ISLANDER THURSDAY, MAY 16, Published Every T/~ursaay al WINDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON CALIFORNIA RICH.ffRI) (;. SAN[)S, Business Manager SUI~SCRIPTION P, ATES (in advance). Three Years [~. Five Dollars (Only When Paid in Advance) One Year Two Dollars Slx Months One Dollar Three Months b~ty Cents Single Copies Five Cents ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising 50c per Inch, Eacb insertion. 500 Inches During a Period oI Six Months, 35c per Inch. Liners 10c per Line, Minimum 25c. Entered as Second-Class Matter March 31, 1914, at the Postoffice at Avalon, Calif under the Act of March 3, 1879. 777---~--:':y : 22-aW =--;2: : -~:: --77"=7--~2"~2~ The columns ol the Islander are open to the general public, on any of the [ol- Iow:dlg subjects: Local Politics and Gov- eminent. Fishing, l-tuntint~ and Camping, Items of local news interest will be g rt:~,fly appreciated. W News "lhe first official meeting of the new- o~ganized t: : p~.~st was heht last Mond;ty evcnin!; at ),rnes Sea Food G~otlk~. Presiding a~ the moo/ixE was ~oll:rade NlolltS q'~:r~ls, a member of Port of L.~s Angeles l:'~s! 2967. O~[fi- ceil; were elcct,'d and ailI bc f,~rmally in,ta!!eJ at the next regular meetins;. l'l~tns all. policies were discussed by members aml a stirring and informa- tive El,etch ~as delivered by Mr. "l'tn-~s tgll the history and aims ~>f the VI'~W. We were told that Ul~ to the prcs~:lt time the. organization is the oldest and most conservative of vet- ea an's organizations in this country, be- ing first organized shortly after the Spa,~i~;h-American war. l,'ollowing aro tile newly elected of- ficers : Post commander, "Tex" An- dcrsoJ~; seni~r ~ice c,)mmander, Frank Shanton; junior vice commander, Bill Richards; qnartermaster, Jack Nelson; adjutant, Andre,w J. Dobek; sergeant- at-trinE, Dick Church; post surge,3n, Ik Lawrence l]raslow; service officer, I,ouis ~"~ ,:aider. |'~Hg.~t: ~.I ~ ilrged tO COil- tact any of the above men'tbers regard- ing membershil> in the VFW in the near future, as the charter will be 9pen only for tile next 60 days, O In 1688 William and Mary college established the first chair of mathe- m~ttics in the L,rnited States. VACCINATION AVAILABLE AT GRAMMAR SCHOOL "l'hc I s . n~elc.s County Health L)e- partn]enl is Sl)Onsoring tile usual small- l~(>x x.accin:iti,*t progral~l at tile gram- mar sch,~,l t)n Tuesday, May, 2lst at 8 . . ~1. This service is availab!c to anyone desiri~i," to be vaccinated. Pre- school children and adults included. Min~)rs must have the written consent of parent or gt~ardian. Dr. Edithmae l{raslow will give the vaccinations. lliphtheria immunization will be given at the school June 4th at 10 : . M. (LEG:kL ADVERTISING) NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES .~ May 8, 194~5 TO V~TI()M IT MAY CONCERN: N,~tice is hereby given that fifteen days after the above (late, the under- signed proposes to sell alcoholic bev- erages at these ?remises, described as follows : Bird Park. :S~valon, Santa Catalina Island. t~ursuant to such intention, tile un- dersigned is applying to tile State ]Lard (vf Equalization for issuance of an alcoholic beverage license for these premises as follows: On-Sale Beer Anyone desiring to protest the is- suance of such license may file a ver- ified protest with the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by la.w. S:k~',~'l': ~ :ATALINA ISIAND COMPANY l~ub. X[ay 16, 1946 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES l~,|ay 8, 1046 TO WHO?~I IT .XIAY CONCEIt.N: Notice is hereby given that fifteen days after the above (late, the under- signed proposes to sell alcoholic bev- erages at these premises, described as fo!lows : Island Villa kvalon, Santa Catalina Island Pl~rsuant to such intention, tile, un- dersigned is applying to the State Board of Equalization for issuance of an alcoholic beverage license for these i>rcmises as follows: O~-Sale Beer Anyone desiring to protest the. is- suance of such license may file a veri- fied protest with the State Board of t~lualization at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided by' law. Santa Catalina Island Co.' Pub. May 16, 1946 OUR DEMOCRACY FAMILY ,RDENS '~.~ ~" THE FAMILY- PLANTIN6 A R/E~ETASLE GARDEN- NOT ONLY TAKES CARE OF ITS OWN NEEDS BUT HELPS TO RELEASE FOOD WHICH CAN SAVE STARVIN6 PEOPLES 7"I.IROU6/,POU7" THE WORLD. THE FAMILY LIKEWISE PPJOVlDES FOR ITS OWN FUTURE WELL-BEING AND CONTRIBUTES TO THE ECONOMIC WELL-BEING OF THE NATION--WHEN IT PUTS ITS MONEY INTO U.S.SAVINGS BONDS, LIFE INSURANCE AND SAVINGS ACCOUNTS -- THIS IS DEMOCRACY AT WORK. ROOMS WANTED OUR HELP NEEDS ROOMS BADLY. CAN YOU HELP THEM? RENT GUARANTEED BY . ISLAND CAFE Phone Avalon 265 First---BUY BONDS/ "I Los Annl eles Dan y Papers HERE EVERY DAY THE CATALINA ISLANDER FOR SALE HERE All The Well Known Best Brands of Cigars and Cigarettes Your Favorite Smoking or Chewing Tobacco Freshest and Best of CANDIES at All Times 0 RENTAL LIBRARY E. WINDLE, Prop. xrlusive Gifts i Casino Way, Avalon, California