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PAGE EIGHT THE CATALINA IS1 tm~N~H$~$$~m~M11~m~mHmgim~th`$~$g~m~iHH~m~in~HmH~1HH~$~` "-" A NICKEL'S WORTH OF i - M Refined ( ru de BEETHOVEN Best Rea state Buys in Avalon t',e [ WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD BUYS JUST NOW W juke box opera -- is the inte [ ~ ~ " proposal of singer Alexander F Telephone 140 121 C]~issa Avenue = basso of the Metropolitan Opera. ~. . ,ailing her.eifs of her ecclesia, tical~ Believing that many young P privileges tile clergyman's wi'fe asked whos,: cars are [)resentl) ttllll~ FURNISHED HOUSES AND APARTMENTS FOR RENT questions which, c,mfina from anybody modern dance music arethorn [ M . .1, rs. A P Nel ~,s~, wouhl have been thought imperti- capable of apl,reciati'ng the Lfin.e . son ncnt lasting music of the a~es, K'Pn' [ "1 presume you carrya memento startlcd the musical w~rhl by pr, ~lM~E~H~HH~uu~$~N~$~d~u~H~$~H~E~u~U~$$~$~$~H~H~H$Hum~$$$~$~$~$H$~ of some kind in that locketyou ing to salt the usual juke boX.r Sell Catalina--Buy Avalon. Our Adlet Column helps.Try it. wear ?" she said. toire with a few selections ot "Yes, ma'am," satid the parishioner, cultural character. "It is a lock of my husband's hair." (~1.1t~.~.~'~'~ " . :" . : ~~~~~~ America is more mu:sic cot "But vour lmsband is still alive!"thm~ ever before, the singer bt i ~ ii the lady'exclaimed, and its interest "extends to all HEISS S ! "Yes, ma'am, but his hair is gone." of music, trimmed to any len!hair. Millions of people wal " Overheard at the bus depot: ~l);dtlllla;'e ct~ne~lerla;1 b, artists [POULTRYI j e to hear soldier remarked: -- I like the shy, infrequent intervals or oll bro demure type myself, You know tile They buy records when they kind vou have to whistle at twice,listen to somebody else's. ' ! $ S 5 ~ !.! " -- Vichita, Kans} matter whether tile cOn" J [G6S ~~~ i is m a nletrol,olis wit, plenty ' Harry: -- I just got mvself somemusic all year around or o "DIRECT FROM '- "e(~k~ Victory underx, car. nmsical track, a session at, i ~ ~" R: ~N'Ct-t " { ,err~c:-WhaCsdifferentab utctassicalj'ukel' xw uldpr rio,fiat ~}"l;' plac7 ,- Harry : -- One h'ep breath and you they call get nowh'cre else." TO YOU open a second front. We hope that something c, l'cnnsbu,'~, t'a Town 8: Country. the suage an, other [H,nes GroceryCo i .! sis i i Harrv: -- l wonder what kind of at the dl.~posal of youth. ]i a vlrl lessie is? vo',d th': realm of" reasona I i,a,rx:: -- She's the kind that the suppose that young people ] more ()no thinks of tile less one thinks taste for good music, but o~ll'. ~~~,~ ~~i~i.@.'~~.@.'~.@:~ih:.~:.~.~.'~.@,'d,~ of, finite requirement for jive. /ieve, with Mr Kilmis that If Imterested in Avalon --Read THE CATALINA ISLANDER Carson: -- I knew an artist once the things this country needs who painted a c ~bweb so realistic that 5-cent music, brought, if n} mm~i~l~~w~:, ~ to wherever onr b~ovs and gt .'~1~. ~ .~t~.~'~ .~ .~ ~ .~. ~ ~% ! the maid spent hours trving to brush gre~ate aronnd th'~ Juke b x' ~:{~':~;:ii% !! Carson:Wils n: -- lwhydOn'tnotbetieve? It a fact more cuhural vtc,onv-~-bY nickel OlOg OH, TELL that artists have been known to do "~2 e " wi, on:- Yes, but not maids. I Kaacks O"} ("[-7 | uo i*,d?, "'"--'- - t II r'r" rl Invitations tl t flLLU ' Receptlon Cards :':' Anno mcement, ! 1[ tdl.LlNOaLL~alD~t ~ --,~- -- ~ STAY HOME! | "lt heCatahna,Fair warningtoallwhoC ~n, ~,'~a. 7 ? SrspL ~to so~rlvDynl~s i vacations this summer was the Office of Defense Trar i when he broadcast this me~ COME, SEE OUR SAMPLES First Parachutist: -- What a mess! When wound.d are We are going to land on that island, and I will bet it is full of wild men! hospitalreinforcementsShips, andare replaCebeing 1~,-- ~-.~----~---- -----,~.~-.~.~-~.~ ~----,~-~----~.~.~.~,~=~ --,~=====~------~=,~,~.~.~ Second Jumper: -- Che r up, Bttd. our ports, every ,facility If Interested in Avalon --Read THE CATALINA ISLANDER @ Where there's wild men there's bound to be wild women! Belvoir Castle. A "Conference" is a group of indi- viduals who caa-l do nothing as indi- viduals, but as a group can meet and decide that nothing can be done. Born-Bay Messenger. A little colored boy was beginning his first railroad trip alone and his mother told him to be sure to write his nanae and address on a card and keep it in his pocket. And so he wrote: "In case of an accident, dis is Abraham Lincon Jackson." [ | on sale at i J tlle's News S| i tion must and will be available. The transportation must be free to respond mands that the occasion upon it. "Any unessential traveler caught in the ~nvasion traffi only himself to blame if definitely stranded, finds h: reservations cancelled or schedules temporarily dis That blunt advice carefully by everybody plates a trip of any nmke those who plan to Imblic conveyance think least, before setting out. Vacatiou season or not, (Irama-packed war clays w.h~ young fighters are throng~ the embarkation ports and heroes are crowding ba home-base hospitals, travel facilities belongs not but to those who are off, lives to bring a war to close. F'or them the ODT chief is plea to vacationists: "If Io wherever you are going use Of critically needed trains, buses or planes, be too- and stay home!" --ON TO VICTORY'~" Lau-tze Lao-tze was Chinese sage, the repute( the philosophy known as