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AUGUST 8, 1935 PAGE THREE, RS AND HUNTERS ARE BECOMING ACTIVE SIGNED BY MERRIAM Southern Ca ifor a-Zs ntroduct on t. uality Cosmetics Cost No More : - [ | of bills of much impor- leaders of the Republican party who We Are Exclusive Agents For anglers and hunters were are potential candidates for the presi- Governor Merriam. Among dennal nomination next year, will be ~ Elizabeth Arden Dorothy Gray Ynrdley :general interest were the continued August 16 when Congress- [ Helen~ Ruben~tien ".~ man Hamihon Fish, Jr., of New York, .~. son on steelhead fishing inwill be guest of honor and principal .PERFUMES |: lla and Trinity rivers endsspeaker at a giant meeting oi Repub- ~ -~i 28 as heretfore, but in alllicans at the Ambassodor hotel in Los By bucien Lelong and Ybry | flowing into the said rivers Angels. on steelhead closes De- Enthusiastic gatherings of partv i li leaders met Governor Harry \V. Nice ,~][AkTr][~SOI'~'S AVALON DRUG CO. of fresh trout roe in catch- of Maryland, and Colonel Frank Knox prohibited. This law is inof Chicago at the initial meetings ~ .......... . ....]g~~t~~ as it was an emergency all other fish and game ted hy the Governor, unless Passed as an emergency will effective until September Year. interest to deer hunters Which will not make it pos- and possess forked-horn 1-~. This makes it to kill forked-horn mule-tail is a measure which has been by a large majority of throughout the state. measure signed by Govern- will do much to preserve is Senator Seollan's bill t provides a bag limit of two ,er day by hook and line aznd makes it unlawful to to take salmon in Califor- m a cerain restricted dis- county. This Scol- signed after one had been Senator Perry; namely, portions of the Perry conflict with those of the are ineffective because the was signed after that in- Perry. signed by the Govern- cottontail rabbits. The sea- changed to conform with season and it is now legal from November 15 31. ny lobster season has been It formerly ran from Sep- to February 1. The new sea- from October 1 to March ides that no lobsteis taken may be sold or possessed dosed season. law provides for civil ac- persons who wilfully, or unnecessarily take or life in violation of the :r have been removed from class and put' in the with the season extending ~mber 1 to December 31. The ~'o per season. This same predators of ring-tail s and skunks. bill makes it unlawful to except with a hook ~nd swordfish may be taken and line, and harpooning is r bill provides that sardines DUcked in their own oil, and the nettin~ of sardines in District 20 is Santa Cata- and the portion of the ers on the northerly, easterly side of said Island lying a line extendin~ west ma~- ;fr&n the extreme westerly ~anta Catalinh Island to a line Southwest magnetically from head land of Little Har- ~e refuge committee of the Fish and Game no longer a bill signed by Governor will no longer be manda- -~ Division to spend one- money obtained from the ing licenses for game refu- aw will be effective Sep- arranged by the Los Angeles County Republican Assembly, and an even bigger assemblage is expected to par- ticipate when Congressman Fish ap- pears to deliver his theories of govern- ment and his analysis of national affairs which he declares makes it im- perative that the principles of Repub- licanism again be applied to the national government. The appearance in Southern Cali- fornia of Governor Nice and Colonel Knox, and the scheduled appearance of Congressman Fish are part of a militant program arranged by the Los Angeles County Republican Assembly to introduce Southern Californians to the party leaders, to remind them of the Republican principles of govern- ment which have been so successful in building the nation to its present position of importance in the world, and to re-establish these principles as the basis of government. The Assem- bly is a statewide organization, headed in Los Angeles County by Leo E, An- derson as president and Edward S. Shattuek, past president, as chairman of the speakers' bureau in charge of the visits of the nationally known leaders. Congressman Fish has the unique distinction of having been elected from the home congressional district of President Roosevelt, polling a ma- jority of 20,000 votes over the Demo- cratic running mate of the president and making certain the continuance of his brilliant congressional record which started with his initial election in 1919. He served in the world war, ending as a major of infantry and with the French Croix de Guerre and the American Silver Star for Gallantry, and in the present Congress, he is the ranking Republican member of the committee on foreign affairs, and is a member of the important banking and currency committee. He has always carried strong endorsements from agricultural and labor groups, has been active in the interests of the American Legion, and has taken a leading part in combatting activities of subversive groups seeking to throw the country into Communism'. Following the meeting for Congress- man Fish, which will be in the form of a dinner at the Ambassador Hotel, several other Republican leaders will come to California for similar meet- ings, according to officials oi the Re- publican Assembly. -------~ : 0 :--~" SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Benefit Program for Building Fund Avalo~ Community Congregational Church at $ pan. Monday, August 26, 1935 at the Church Subject of Program: "The Music and Poetry of Life" Quotations and Reading by Mrs. B. O. Kendall Musical Numbers 1. Quartet "Achieved is the Glorious Work". ............................................. Hadyn Clara Heywood, Inez Toomay R. V. Baker, Ralph Heywood 2. Piano Solo "Polonaise in C Sharp Minor". ........................................... Chopin Margaret Buffingtnn "THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMAN" The Frst Age--- 3. Contralto Solo "Lullaby". ............................................................................. Brahms Anne Stevens The Second Age--- 4. Piano Solos "Country Gardens .................................................. Percy Grainger "Swaying Daffodils". ........................................... A. R. Overlade Joyee Jennings The Third Age-- 5. Soprano Solo "My Heart is a Haven". ....................................... Irving Steinel Thelma Cameron 6. Soprano Solos "Ich Leibe Dich". ................................................................... Grieg "Sapphic Ode"- ................................................................. -Brahms Mrs. Emma Pallas The Fourth Age-- 7. Quartet "Bridal Chorus," from the "Rose Maiden ............................ Cowen Clara Heywood, Anne Stevens, Inez Toomay, Belle Kendall The Fifth Age--- 8. Contralto Solo "Shnnber Song". ................................................. Gretchaninow Anne Stevens The Sixth Age-- 9. Cell Solo "Songs My Mother Taught Me". .......................................... Dvorak Senor Villasenor The Seventh Age~-- 10. Soprano Solo "The Second Minuet .......................................................... Besly Thelma Cameron Finis--- 11. Trio "Goin' Home," from the "Largo" of the "New W~orht Symphony" .......................................................................................................................... Dvorak Clara Heywood, Anne Stevens, Inez Toomay A "Silver Offering" will be taken Among Catalina Island visitors last week were seventeen Junior Birdmen of America city champions. They were met at the dock by Waiter L. Silver, manager of the Catalina Airport, who gave the boys assistance to render their stay pleasant. They sure had a good time. To close the day the grand finale included a trip in the new Doug- las Dolphin twelve-passenger, twin- motored plane over Santa Catalina Island. The following day they were the guests of leading cinema stars in Los Angels and vicinity. Srnen in Southern California interested in the A. B. 2092 which makes it chum with live bait in Dis- boundaries of District 20 been defined in this will effect sports anglers COmmercial fishermen. t know that Avalon has one ~est all-year clirrmtes on the Mr. and Mrs. H. Dale Brainard, formerly of Avalon, are enjoying a motor trip to San Francisco, and then on through the Redwood Highway to Astoria and Portland, Oregon ; then up the Columbia River Highway to The Dalles, Crater Lake, Klamath Falls and Lake Tahoe, where they will spend a few weeks before returning to their home in Westwood, Los Angeles. Other personals on pag'e 11. A Birdseye View of Avalon IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER