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July 15, 1937     The Catalina Islander
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July 15, 1937

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PAGE TEN THE CATALINA HERE FOR THE SUMMER Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hill of Pasa- Mrs. F. B. LeVitt is visiting rela- It is rumored that a dena. With them is theirdaughter tives on the mainland. She is expectedcirculation and will be Among Avalon home-owners who Miss Florence Hill. to return tomorrow, the Avalon City ~oun have opened their places for the sum- * * * regular meeting. The mer are: Mrs. M. E. Hoover. She has with Mr and Mrs Harold Tavlor of Pas- not state the nature * . ~ . ~ -- O~ ............. her, her daughter, Mrs. Lmda E. Te- adena returned home last week, after , ~urs. fi,eanet.!e,.u...~ut,~rre o,t rasa- ter, and grand-daughter Betty Mrs. spending a delightful vacation in Ava- Sales of liquor" exoSe,.' r clena. ~ne win D.e jomen .oy her (lau- Blanche Sayre another daughter is 1,~, ~ ~,o~, n M~ and Mrs Tommy amounting' to $638910.30 0~, ghter .vtlss l.,omse who is now re-also visitin- her ~"" --~' ................ ~ " - ' ~' , . ,, , g i~ayne brought the revenue fr0~,,~ turmng tram a trip to ~msKa. * * * " of state income up to ~,~' * * Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S. Frantz of t:,~c~--~t t~--~--~-~,~ ..... the last fiscal year, the'~-'~t'sta Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilkinson. Fullerton. Within calling distance, just ..... ,.~- ala, L,~lt'~t~a equalization announced. With them are their son Bob and across the street, their son and his n .,. ~---"7. - daughter Harriet. wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Frantz, racine t..oast t-eaffue A reader of the CataltO~ * * have taken n house for the summer Sacramento .608, San Francisco .592, ......... wishes to know what h.a~ Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus B. Lewis. A and are looking forward to concen2 San Diego .581, Los Angeles .510, the correspondent who slgv frequent weekZend visitoris their trating on fishing during the vacation. Portland ..500, Seattle .441,Oakland as "Ad Libber." (EditofSha daughter Eleanor. , * .394, Missions .37~. don't know. No letters '~., * * Mr. and Mrs. James S. Lawshe. National League our office for the past t~' It. and Mrs. J. D. Sievers of Whir- With them are their daughters Jo Chicat~o 625 New York 6138 Pitts- tier. Thev have with them their grand- May who was just graduated from bur-h ~56 " St' T'ouis 542 t~oston 438 sons Stanley and Jack Sievers. U. S'. C., where she was president of Brc~,kls;n '429; ~hilad'elpilia 4115, Cin: State income from the X au' * * the Tri-Delt house, and Mary Hester, cinnati 394 " le transportatmn ta ., $195,592.20, an increase .~' Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whitehouse of also a Tri-Delt at U. S. C., and their ' " Pasadena. With them are their dau- sons James Jr. and Dannie. Mr. Law- American League cent over the sameinorU~ 0aro ghter Annie Lou and son Billy she is anticipating hooking a marlinNew York .681, Detroit 592, ChiRR- according to the state b ~, * * from his cruiser, the Rogue, while the g~ .589, Boston .588, Cleveland .493, zation. This amount br0U.gOi Mr. and Mrs. James Green. They Misses Lawshe will brave the briny \Vashington .385, St. Louis .319, Phil- revenne from the trucl~ have their son Palmer visiting them.deep in their sailboat, No Lung Toy.adelphia .290. $r821,012.65, an incease.~ ~MtqCt:: -...~4~~.'.." .'.-'_'::'.~q~.~4~.~.~:~.~..~..~..~.~0~~~#~ cent, the report stated: .u~ amounts to 3 per cent of.t~2 ~-... l ! . . - atlle~' ceipts o~ taxable camp i LANDI:I ','S ART GAtLE, A judge's little daught~~ " " !e i DO YOU RECOGNIZE THESE PLACES? . i tit~eend;da?ere:ythet'eSr:st~ ' eeedings. Returning ho# ' i visitor : "Daddy made a speech, I other men made speec~u~' ......................................................................... "~1 the tweh'e men were ptlt room to be developed." i !;: | CATALI :i "~.:'~ Effective June {I, .~ ~ Lv. Los Angeles Lv. Wilrntn~~ ( (via P. E. Ry.) (via Steamer~ ~ ~ *Daily except Sunday .~. ~ 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.r~. Special steamer from Wilrm'~"s ~ * 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p:rrt'..t0 :~ Saturdays July 3 and Sept. " 9:00 p.m. Avjl . *8:00 a.m.10:15 a.t~' !i 4:30 pm :30 p% to ~ **Effective June 22' Mn''d, ystll On Saturdays steamer w~*,~5 s.t 7:30 a.m., arrive Wilm. ~'-*~o~ (Sundays and Holidays "M. Lv. Avalon Ar. WilmingtOn - 4:30 p,m. 6:30 p.ra, 6:00 p.m. 8:15 p.m. x9:15 p.m. 11:15 p'~' ~ xxEffective July 4 - t. 6; "~" :: July 11 and each Sun. ther .~. :. :. and August. [I, NO 6:00 or 9"15 P.M.. j AVALON ON SU NI~', II~ SEPT. 5---only P.M.. ' DATES AT 4:30 p.M. ( (Wilmington Transport~t ! ii serves the right to ' e.I ! sailing schedules without_~ - AIRPLANE SC ~, Effective June 20 to Jt b i Leave A~ Wilmington * 9:1,5 a. m. 10:15 a. m. 11:15 a. m. P. M. DEPA,~ 3:45 p. m. 4:45 p m. 5:45 p.'m. 6:45 p.m. ~ays "8:45 a.m. Suna Additional service w~ traffic warrants be times of the last v afternoon trip Tickets on reservation mington to Avalor the Wilmington Ai: scheduled plkne de Tickets on reservatio alon to WilmingtOn hours before sche~ (Wilmington-Catallna the righl: to change out notice.)