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July 19, 1945     The Catalina Islander
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PAGE FOUR -- THE CATALINA Published Every 'rhurs4lay at WINDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON CALIFORNIA ERNEST WINDLE - Editor and Owm~r A. T. STEVENS - - .Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in advance). Three Yurs lllve Dollars (Only When Paid in Advance) OM Year Two Dollars Months ~y l~t~ Three Month~ 8ingle Copies Flv~e Cants ADVERTTSING RATES Display Advertising 50c per Inch, Each Insertion. $00 Inches During a Period el Six Months, 35c Per Inch. Liners lOc per Line, Minimum 25c. g Entered as Second-Class Matter March $1, 1914. at the Postoffice at Avalon, Calif,under tile Act of March 3, 1879. The columns of the Islander are open to the general public, on any of the fol- Iow~u~ subjects: Local Politics and Gov- ernment FishiU~, Huntinl~ and Cramping, Items ot lOCal flew1 interest ~ be greatly appreciated. "You mnn/~ pnt shoe on every roo ' -P. Syru /UtY IIg--John L. Sullivan wins fiqht crown in 75 round bout. 1889. ~ II4--U & prodalrr~ Kelloqq- Briand Pact outlawinq war, 1929. 5--Territory of Wyoming or- qanizecl, 1868. -~---~.--Bon Franklin named First Postmaster General 1775. "='--- ~--~'--~-~/--Department of Foreiqn ~ ~ I Affairs (now State De- partment) formed, 1779 ~ ---~~2B--,FederaJ troop,~ dlsporse Bonus Army in Wash- ~.-- inqton, 1932. ~'~m-'~,~.~I~,~ signed by U. S 1899, WNU ~er ~tce MEMORIZE THIS BUTTON When you see it worn by a man or woman you will know the wearer is an Honorably Discharged Veteran of World War II. ON TO VICTORY That there is a housing shortage in Avalon is not news, but what is news is, that people who have been renting Avalon "summer homes" are being given notice to move, giving the own- er access to the property for the sum- mer months. That is one way of get- ting an Island vacation. In the mean time, what are the evicted folks going to do ? "Build ,for Happiness" is the title of a 32-page home-plan booklet printed in rotogravure, now available at Security- First National Bank. The booklet has pictures of many lovely homes, floor plans and interior views Step into the local branch and ask for a copy. It's free. of course. --Adv. THE CLEARING HOUSE By Eva Chandler A radio for every bunk! Records of actresses with soothing voices re- citing beautiful poems to the accom- paniment of soft organ music. Such was the mosquito network that Bill Kilgour told his mother he listened to every night. Really a lullaby to put the men to sleep after nerve shatter- ing days--Captain Bill Kilgour and his friend Capt. Bob Flattery are driving to Cherry Point, North Carolina for reassignment. Capt Stuart ]