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JULY 15. i937 " .... PAGE FIV THESE OVER WILL VOTE ON THEM taker, in his California tells all of us that to decide how we will following proposals in $100 per month old age se taxation of land on its lpting idle and un- (This is the re- 'Single Tax' scheme, be on the ballot again. woukt tax all real Oped or undeveloped--at e.) erupt all homes up from all taxation. le, or gross .,transactions for present sales and .taxes. ~nSUrance plan to cut med- spital costs for persons of :tion consolidation act, )owers of State Con- of Equalization se Tax Commissioner in a to be appointed by the re limitations act, re-es- l~er cent limit on state, budget increases in ?ssiblyl also a real es- on act to limit pro- State sales tax. or repeal of state in- )hal amendment to pro- t of gas tax funds from )Sea. abor relations acts, one employer groups; one by tax, or restrictive legis- lg to chains. :o permit investors who Gilbert H. Bessemever loan defalcation to sue against legislative act etrists from adver- :rdine regulation act. against Garrison reve- permitting issuance of vote, instead of dealing with bitterly- ton Beach oil pool restrict advertising of ars; possibly a local op- law pari-n]utuel betting act, fixing interest loans. .''"~ : O :--~ rested to know about 500. what you need in the ~, Avalon three we sell=== the merchants In what they have to anxious to get it be- number of local :he people who want is going on in otlr and want the facts and not biased in the business and who appredates GOOD PRINTING ?~RADE STATION- one 500 NEW LIQUOR REGULATIONS Two points in the revised alcoholic Beverage Control Act, governing sale of liquor in California, which became effective July 1, are stressed by Ray Edgar, member of the State Board of Ec/ualization for Southern California, in a request for public cooperation in enforcing .them. "The revised act contains a provi- sion making purchase or cousumption of alcoholic beverages by minors a misdemeanor," Edgar said. "Hereto- fore only those selling to minors have been punished. Now the Juvenile who purchases or consumes liquor, even though he may not have purchased it. is considered equally guilkv. The board, anxious to reduce drinking among juv- eniles to .the lowest possible minimum, hopes to accomplish this through the new law and cooperation of the pub- lic. "There is also a new regulation con- cerning possession of empty distilled spirits bottles, those which have con- tained whiskey, rum, brandy, gin, etc. Such bottles cannot be possessed, or used for any purpose, nor can they be bought, sold or given away. They must be destroyed. "The State Board of Equalization hopes for the widest publicity on these two points so that juveniles and adults may not be involved in violating them." STATE FAIR FOR 1937 California's leading industries are to be featured in a 10-day pageant at the California State Fair in Sacramento, September 3 to 12. Each day of the fair will be devoted to either an industry or activity in- cluding Agriculture, Press, Churches, Fruit. Radio, Motion Pictures, Manu- facturing, Livestock, Mining and Edu- cation. Governor's Day, one of the tradi- tions of the fair, has been changed from Thursday to Friday. The change breaks an 82-year-old custom and was necessary because Admission Day this year falls on Thursday. An electrified sign was erected last week over the main entrance to the grounds. It is more than 40 feet long with block letters three feet high. The sign, carrying the name and date of the fair. was used for inaugurating the new slogan. "The fair has gone mod- crll." Secretary-Manager Robert Muckler reported to the board of directors that several counties are working on their exhibit booths in the Horticulture hall. Our Adlet Column helps. Try it SEND THE ISLANDER TO1 SOME FRIEND WHO KNOWS CATALINA ~0:~0-------- HAS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRED? YOU NEED THE ISLANDER Spend Your Money with your home mer- chants. The3" help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, buildroads,and make this a community worth while. You will find the advertising of the best ones in this paper c Special Sunday Dinner Fried Chicken, Turkey or Steak Including Soup, Salad, Dessert, Choice of Drinks Children 50c 9 C Cleaning and S. C. I. Co. We do all our work LAUNDRY DEPT. on the Island DISCOUNT ALL WOI K CALL OFFICE THROUfiH OUR 115 Catalina Avenue TELEPHONE 32 OR 105 SUBSI RIBE FOR THE ISLANDER CROWDING OR DISH-JUGGLIHG ABILITY! 4 cubic foot model S 141:7.50 Carl W. Carson Plumbing -- Sheet Metal Work .. Frigidaire Estahllsned 1921 117 Whitley Ave Phone 124