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AUGUST 22, 1940 PAGE ELEVEN BUSINESS DIRECTORY CATALINA MUSICAL MAILBAG AEROPLANES ARCHITECTS APARTMENTS BANKS ~ty'~irst National, 523 Crescent, Ph. 70. BATH HOUSES A~tl0~ BEAUTY SHOPS l~eauty Shop, 105 Sumner, Ph 654 4% CAFES RE-STAU RANTS C~e ,Crescent Avenue. CARPENTERs AND BUILDERS Litlle - CHILDRENTs APPAREL ~hop, 302 Sumner. Pb. 283-J. CHURCHES COFFEE HOUSES CURIOS DRESSMAKERS DRUG STORES Atwater Arcade, Ph. 122. 417 Crescent, Ph. 36. DRy GOODS STORES 116 Sumner, Ph. 34-J. 421 Crescent, Ph. 151. L APPLIANCES Hardware Co 125 Metropolet May S 116 Sumner, Ph. 432. LAUNCHES FOR RENT PItH LINES, HOOKS, RODS I~LATS"--RO 0 M ING HOUSES ~0LP LINKS--TENNIS COURTS GROCERIEs, MEATS, ETC. its Market, 116 Catalina, Ph. 254. ~i~ - HOSPITALS HOlPital, 207 Sumner, Phl 58. HOTELS LIBRARIES ~AUNDRIES AND CLEANING ~l~ndry, I15 Catalina, Ph. 32. ~aUndry, 117 Marilla, Ph. 60. ~l~id, MARIN--E-~RVICE h Jack, 218 Descanso, P . 528. MARKE-E-~---FI S H NEWSPAPERS t~ina Islander, Parker Court, Ph. $00. NEwS S-----TA N D 240 Crescent Ph. 77. NOTARIES ~/l~, ~ Parker Court, Ph. 500. PHOTOGRAPHERS Heard over KNX from 7:45 to 8:00 every morning except Sunday. During the past week twenty-four of the musi- cal cards have been read by Gary Breckner--four each day. There is a musica4 number from Bob Crosby and his orchestra between each card. be- low will "be found one or more as pre- sented, tellling who from and to whom, and all or part of each: Thursday August 15: From Vilma Albrecht, Port Arthur, Tenn to Miss Virginia Carr, Los An- geles:"Come on over, the water's fine. There are so many things to do here for fun. Tuesday at the beautiful Casi- no for dancing; later, a moonlight drive. Last night a real Hawaiian feast --Luau--at the Isthmus. Expect to en- joy a plane ride on my way home." Betty Mathews of Phoenix, Arizona, to Miss Barbara Balthis, Glendale : "Everyone was right--Catalina is won- derful and I love it here. My first day was thrilling and I'm looking forward to the wonderful trips planned for me here." Friday, August 16: Laura Spelhnan, Inglewood, Califor- nia, to Caw Spellman, Inglewood : "Having a fine time here at Catalina and enjoying the weather. Spend most of my time cooking in sunshine. Look- ing forward to the dance tonight at the beautiful Casino here." Peggy Jane DeLury of San Francisco to Mr. D. N. DeLury, San Francisco: "Jane and I are having a lovely vaca- tion. Catalina is beautiful. We have taken the Skyline Drive and have visit- ed the Bird Park. Before leaving we intend to take other interesting trips, and there are many of them here." Saturday, August 17: James R. May, Glendale, to Audrey May of Glendale: "I am enjoying the grand Catalina climate, combined with the sociability of the residents. I am having a really good time. Visited the Bird Park and took the Fly~ngfish Trip " Margaret Vallereux of South Pasa- dena, California, to Mrs. Grace Hen- derson, also of South Pasadena: "Hap- piest days I have ever had. Have seen everything I have always wanted to see. Went deep-sea fishing and caught several bass." Monday, August 19: Charlotte Pildus of Los Angeles to Miss Betty Lewin of the same city: "I am having the time of my life at Catalina. We all hiked up to the Bird Park today, and later we played a ter- rific game of tennis. Went bathing, too, and the water is perfect." Lois Katherine Moose of National City. California, to Miss Dorothy Flan- agan of the same city: "The water at Catalina is perfect for swimming. We've done so many exciting things I can't begin to tell you about them. You'll just have to come and see for yourself." teresting snap-shots." Marie Ephriam of Los Angeles to Mrs. Irene Carpenter, also of Los An- geles: "I'm getting a good tan at Cata- lina, and taking advantage of the hun- dred-and-one things that Catalina has to offer. For complete fun better make a date for Catalina soon." * -* Rea, ders of~R,~l~,-messages will ru~t.e how many different expressions are nsed descriptive of the attractions of Santa Catalina. cl TAOS, NEW MEXICO ATTRACTS Taos, New Mexico, situated a short distance north of Santa-Fe on a high mesa, captivates all tourists who go a little out of their wav to visit this art community and old lndian Pueblo, ac- cording tO the Touring Department of the National Automobile Club. Its scenic location and atmosphere of the old West have a charm that one seldom forgets. All buildings are of nmd adobe; the streets are crooked and the town boasts of no sewerage system. Indians, Mexicans and whites rub el- bows on the streets and the stores are artistic trading posts. The Taos lmeblo with its five-terraced communal dwell- ings, is the highest pueblo building in the Southwest and one of the most picturesque. In 1927, before Hitlerism, Stalinisln, and all the other 'ism's began their threatened destruction of peace and modern civilization, Jndge Westover of Los Angeles motivated by a sincere desire to place the American Flag in its" deserved place, inaugurated the "Tribute to the Flag" in his Court- room. Since that date, it has been ac- cepted as a fitting tribute to American Liberty and Justice, and the recogni- tion of the symbol of constitutional justice has been adopted by most of the courtrooms throughout the coun- try. AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Public Library, in Atwater Arcade, is open every week day from I :30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m Mrs. Emily MacRae, Librarian. AVALON CHURCH SERVICES Catholic---St. Catherine's Rev. M. E. Murphy, Pastor Sunday Masses 6:00, 8:1)0 10:00 and 12:00. Week Days, ~:00 a.m. Church School, 9:1)0 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Christian Science Society A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, Massachusetts, holds Sun- day service at 11200 a.m Sunday Schoc,l at 9:30 a.m. ; Wednesday even- ing meetings at 8:00. Reading room, 607 Creseent avenue, open 2 to 4 daily except Sundays and holidays. Church Tuesday, August 20: }~- PblYSICIAN'~-nand SURGEONS Mrs. Gertrude Joy Mathews of Phoe- edifice, East Whittlev. 'MI.p (Osteopathic) nix Arizona, to Louelin Bruner of Subject August 25th, "Mind". ~: crake, 517 Crescent, Ph. 81 and 18L Los Angeles: "Catalinahas everything!, ~a,PL~Rs The glass-bottom boat is one of tile * ~-arl W Ph. 124. wonders of the world, and the beauty Community Congregational ~t~ll~', p. PRI'I~TING Of the starlight drive leaves one breath- Anton M. Hanson. Minister ~{)~}I~- rtnt Shop, Parker Court Ph $00. less. Best bathing on earth. The speed- Sunday Services: l~(l ~ ' " boat trips are great, and the Casino 9:30 a.m.--Sunday School. HOUSES---FURNISHED RMS. ballroom, with Bob Crosby's orchestra, 9:30 a.m.--Church of Youth. Ilk ,~.~&l ESTA-~EE DEALERS is most alluring." 10:30 a.m.--Worship. Sermon, "God's Mort Andron, Hermosa Beach, Call- Cure for Bad Nerves." *~elsen, 121 Clarrissa, Ph. 140. fornia, to his friends at Hermosa 7:30 p.m.--A happy time singing the oW BO&T-'~'-FFOR RENT Beach: "I hope that vou mainlanders old songs and the new. Sermon, "He ~AIJI~LE HOR--R~Es FOR RENT will do as good a job of workin~ today Won with a Broken Cable." GAME FISH OF CATALINA Marlin Swordfish (Tetra0turus mitsu kuril). Broadbdl Swordfish (Xiphias ~zladius) Doluhin (Corphaeuus hippurus), Black-Sea Bass (Stereolepis, gigas). Yellpwj~ Tuna .(Thunnus macrop- terns). Albacore (Thtmuus alalonga). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Yellowtail (Serioia dorsalis)." California B,milo (Sarda ehiliensis). White Sea Bass (Cynoscion noblis). Advertise for what yow need in The Catalina Islander. STEAMER SCHEDULE TIME-TABLE Effective July 1 to S~t. 2,1nclusive TO AVALON Lv. Los Angeles (via P.E. Ry.) 8:30 a.m 9:00 a.m. and "3:00 p.m. Lv. Long Beach (via P.E. Ry.) z8:45 a.m 9:30 a.m. and za:15 p.m. Lv. Pasadena (via P. E. RT.) zz7:38 a.m 7:58 a.m. and zzl:$8 p.m. Lv. Wilmington (via Steamer) 9:50 a.m I0:00 a.m. and x4:00 p.m. NOTE---Special 7 p.m. sailing from Wil- mmgton on Saturday, August ~I. Ar. Avalon (via Steamer) I1:35 a.m 12:25 p.m. and 6:15 p.m. zTake regular Long Beaeh--San Pedro Train and change to "Cataiina Special" at Anaheim Blvd Wilmlngto~. zzTake Short Line car-~chauge trains at Pacific Electric Station, Los Angeles. (The P.M. train and steamer sailings are daily except Sundays and Holidays.) FROM AVALON Via Steamer, 8:30 a.m 4:30 p.m. and "5:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. sailing from Avalon on Sunday~ and holidays, with train connections to various points in Southern California. No 5:00 p.m. or 9:00 p.m. sailing fsom Avalon on Sunday, September /. Arrive Wilmington, via Steamer, 10:50 a.m 6:45 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. At. Long Beach (via P. E. Ry.) x11:44 a.m 7:20 and x8:19 p.m. At. Los Angeles (via P.E. Ry.) 11:50 a.m 7:45 and 8:00 p.m. At. Pasadena (via P. E. Ry.) xx12:38 p.m xx8:34, xxg:08 and XX9:14 p.m. zSundays and Holidays the steamer leaves Avalon at 7:30 a.m. *No 5:00 p.m. sailing from Avalon on Sat- urdays. xxChange at Pacific Electric Station, Los Angeles, to Pasadena Short Line. xTake "Catalina Special" train from Cata- lina Terminal, Wilmington and change to regular San Pedro--Long Beach train at Ana- heim Blvd Wilmington. (Wilmington Transportation Company 1"o, serves the right to change steamers and san- ing schedules without notice.) AIRPLANE S~HEDULE A.M. Departures---May 25 to September 19 Lv. Wilmington 9:15 I0:I5 11:15 A.M. Lv. Avalon *8:00 9:45 I0:45 A.M. P.M. Departures: August 15 to August 31 Lv. Wilmington $:15 4:15 5:15 6:15 Lv. Avalon 2:45 3:45 4:45 5:45 FARES: $5.00 one-way--S10.00 round- trip. Combination trip--one-way plane and one w, ay steamer $7.00, (From Los Angelet~ as I will--playing I ana ~o.ing f!~h Wednesday at* 7:30'. A vesper half-add 70c.) s )ear Ilsnlng this BI~%VING~-H--~STITCHING s.earing--or is it l -' -7- hour of prayer and meditation. OFF-SCHEDULE CHARTER TRIPS SPANIs'~DINNERS afternoon. It's fascinating recreat,on-- * (Subject to Available Equipment) ,' Plane N@. l--Parties of eight or less, $35.00 %~tl Bo S~RTS one of many enjoyed here. . Seventh Day Adventist Plane No. 5--Parties of nine to eleven, $45.00 Wednesday, August 21. Sabbath School 9:30 a.m and Bible The charter rates will not prevail at times ol b ' wling, ect. Ph. 644 ~,l-r. and Mrs. Norton Springster of class at 2 p.m Whitney Chapel, in regularly scheduled departures and el'tarter Ventura to their children at home:Community Congre~zational Church. rates will be granted only when arrange. "~% 1t~11TA--~ORs "V o have lust had a grand ride in a ~o---------- merits are made and the entire plane con tracted for in advance. ,114 SUmner, Ph -- m'c~tnr boat" It was a little speedboat Do you know that Avalon has one Additional service will be operated whet TAX- "-'---- " a;~'ii~Dad drove it. We saw a big seal of the finest all-year climates on the traffic warrants between the scheauled tim~ - ICABS--CARRIAGES ~* - ------ and lots of fish, and we got some in- Pacific Coast. of the morning trip and afternoon trip. iI "~:~l, T" TELEPHONES Tickets on reservations for trips from W- eL C o 135 Whlttley Ph 690 ~ ~~ ~ ~:~.~.~ ~ mington to Avalon must be taken up at the "~ttl ~ ' " " ~ Wilmington Airport fifteen minutes befont % Tt THEATRES BIRTHDAY CARDS--BEAUTIFUL ONES scheduled plane d~parture. attire, Casino Building, Ph.179. ~ Tickets on reservations "r trios Avalon to i Wilmington, must he taken up ;,t'Avalon two ~M "~ ~'~ANsF~--~BUSINESS ours before scheduled nlane departure. r~tnlifeL Steamer ]~ldg. Ph. 203. (~/ilmingto~-Catalina Airline Ltd reservt~ -- . the right to change airpla~e'schedules with- WALL PAPER ' ottt notice.) OMEN,S WEAR -- ] 11