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JULY 15. 1937 PAGE NINE TO THE SUN By W. E. Allen )Yhood I have known that aany other animals, are ecome active, or at least Of course, I knew ~Peeies of owls went into it that time; but I sup- of other kinds got gan to hustle around for Sunrise. got this idea from so of- saying "the early bird when some of my eld- Stir me to action early in any rate without thinking 2t, I had a vague idea that seen in daylight get that worm or its r last several months I have upon me every morn- is something wrong bird noises at dawn sleep for a length of eems unnecessary to me. urge numbers of birds tl~e habit of spending ta trees and shrubs near window. Sometimes in combined voices have ahnost like a church for the fact that each ermined to sing his own of timing or Voices or tones. know the exact order of of these choruses, be- r~ot always lie awake to get the beginnings, haas- m.oeking birds have been in many cases it wouht to be surb of the exact in any case because to sing a few notes in ae night without giving been mornings when seemed to be opened in form by the mocking one near my window a SOmewhat lazy or indif- two, a sort of sleepy inquiry coming as the dawn appeared. After s this would be answered m a tree a little fu.rther That response would number one to more )rt and his chirp would be Perhaps another kins- 1 in at this point, after .be only a few minutes" da few notes of song. ~' sunrise was visibly ap- 9d other hinds of birds g to take part, probably complete chorus which in full blast at about of true sunrise. Not being and some for another, even for such a reason as showing off their singing powers to neighbors. Whatever the reason, they surely can make a lot of noise, or music, de- pending on the point of view of the hearer. Greeters or not, sunrise surely gives them a start. -~-~o :~ AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, in Atwater Arcade, is open every week day from 1:30 to 4:30 and 7 to 8:30 p.m., Mrs. MacRae, Librarian. -O Our readers will find several inter- esting new advertisements in this is- sue. Look them over. o- At Catalina you,ll always feel gay, There's laughter and merriment all thru the day. NOTICE OF SALE BY LIEN CLAIMANT Notice is hereby given that pursuant to Section 1861 of the Civil Code of California, the undersigned, Santa Cat- alina Island Company, a corporation, owners and operators of the St. Cath- erine Hotel, Avalon, California, will, at lhe hour of 10 ()'clock A.M. on the 16th day of July, 1937, sell at public auction at the checkroom of said hotel, that certain baggage of George Mowat, 614 Central Building, Pasadena, Cali- fornia, being more fully described as follows : One gray Fortnight Wardrobe hand bag in excellent condition left at the said St. Catherine Hotel on or about the 8th day of May, 1936. Said safe will be had to enforce a lien claimed by. the undersigned for board and room rent and other charges of the reasonable value of $75.54, which said sum has been due and pay- able for more than 60 days last past and is still unpaid. The cost of this advertisement and expenses of said sale will be added to said sum in fixing the amount due on said lien. Dated: Avalon, Calif., June 28, 1937. SANTA CATALINA ISLAND COMPANY, a corporation, Own- ers and Operators of the St. Cath- erine Hotel, Avalon, California. ERNEST WI, NDLE NOTAR PUBLIC LeEa! Documents Promotly Executed News Stand or at Islander Ot~ CHRISTIAN SCIENCE CHURCHES Semi-annual Conununion Services were conducted on Sunday in Avalon Church of Christ, Scientist, branch of the Mother Church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist in Boston, Massa- chussetts. The subject of the lesson- ~ernlou was "Sacrament." The lesson-sermon included .these Bible verses from John: "As soon then as they were come to land, they saw a fire and coals there, and fish laid thereon, and bread... Jesus saith unto them, Come and dine. And none of the disciples durst ask Him, W:ho art Thou? knowing that it was the Lord . . . So when they had dined, Jesus saith to Simon Peter, Simon, son of Jonas, lovest thou me more than these ? He saith unto him, Yea, Lord; thou knowest that I love thee. He saith unto him, Feed my lambs." Among the correlative passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures," by Mary Baker Eddy, were the words: "This spiritual meet- ing with our Lord in the dawn of a new light is the morning meal which Christian Scientists cominemorate. They how before Christ, Truth, to re- ceive more of his reappearing and silently to commune with the divine Principle, Love." CHRISTIAN SCIENCE RADIO PROGRAMS Daae to changes of station schedules because of the inauguration of day- light saving time in "the East, radio- cast prugrams of Christian Science on the 8th, 18th, and 28th of the month, which are given in co-operation with the Federation of Protestant Churches of Los Angeles, are now being broad- cast over KFI (640kc), as follows: 9:00 a.m., when these dates fall on Sunday. 8:11t3 a.m,, ~vhen these dates fall on Monday to Friday, inc. 7:45 a.m.. when dates fall on Satur- day. 7:45 a.m, second and fourth Satur- (lays, KFSD, San Diego. 2:00 p.m., weekdays; 1:00 p.m., Sun- days, KFOX, Long Beach. 5:00 p.m. daily, including Sundays, KFAC, Los Angeles. The Monitor Views the News Daily, except Sundays 8:05 a.m., KGB, San Diego. 9:44 a.m., KVOE, Santa Ana. 10:00 a.m., KFAC, Los Angeles. 12:00 noon, KMTR, Hollywood. 4:30 p.m,, KXO, E1 Centro. Daily, except Saturdays and Sundays 2:45 p.m., KFSD, San Diego. 10:00 p.m., KMPC, Beverly Hills. Monitor Children's Program 10:00 a.m., Saturdays, over KNX. bird voices, I , Fridays and Saturdays sure as to all partici-I DR. JOHN J;-WI-IlTI - 9:30 p.m., KDB, Santa Barbara. ld recognize the mock- ,nets while guessing atI DENTISTRY Sum,ner Vin er, or Fall, s, transient warblers, wild ] X-RAY Catalina', i;est of all. Several others singing or g. Even the orioles con-[ rs-"t'HoNs 121S ----0~ squawks at times. { CATALINA HOSPITAL Fairy Isle where dreams come true, COuld judge, none of the ~. ,/ Catalina beckons you. part in the chorus made ~ ~[ begin the day's work for r more. One might think ~__-------- etings to the sun consti; ~st important feature ot ~Parently, there is some- With the bird and worn] .ae birds would surely be HERE EVERY DAY ' I he worm that stayed out I ,s.Cad of stopping to sing.near possible me were that all eaters of theof .I THE CATALIN__A_ I_SLANDE_R FOR S _ALE HER' E ........, ,, I Ms or of other food I All The Well Known Best Brands of [ [ I and II ot an early hour. Still, Cigars Cigarettes ~,ome of tlaese birds eat q that they might be ex- I or Chewing Tobacco I [ so hungry over night I F~~| Time I ~ld hunt breakfast first .-~ ____ le peple wuld say that I ;~~ /-~a ] a Use to give instinctive t2reator for the appear- E. WINDLE, Prop. ] ter sunrise. Possibly the I Lrming up" exercise to of the day. "ses to see if any ene- JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SEI1VICE are Ileal. Perha[)s PHONE A SERVICE TO SEAMEN MARINE REPAIRS :k up an appetite. ~28-J ANCHORAGES REPAIR TUG |SLANDER it for one reason ,/ II IIIII ; III Catalina Hosll tal Completely equipped for Medical, Surgical and Obstetrical Service K-Ray and Diagnostic Laboratories Graduate Registered Nurses 207 Sumner Ave. Telephone 68 III See Martin for NE SUITS Thanks to our customers for past favors.. We will continue to keep our tailoring and work- manship up to our usual high standard. MAI T N Merchant Tailor Avalon California IIIIIII II IIII TRUE WESTERN HOSPITALITY AT Hotel Hayward (The Favorite in Los ~ngeles) SIXTH AT SPRING BEST BEDS BEST SERVICE BEST LOCATION BEST RATES Ideal for the Business Man Extra Convenient for the Tourist @O,' taw dt',lpli~ara ~d, ar" 550 Choice Rooms Rates $Z.00 and Up Pig'n Whistle Coffee Shop HARRY C. FRYMAN, Prop. I~I. C. Wagener--R. H. Wagener Managers