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October 16, 1941

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PAGE TWO THE CATALINA ": : : Catholic--St. Catherines from the group of resolutions adopted Rev. M. F. Murphy, P~: by tile twenty-third annual convention Sunday Masses, 7:00 and of The American Le.~ion, during its ~ ~ ~ Week Days, 8:00 a.m. tember 15-18, 1941. and Sundays. * * National Defense Ve have confidence in anit pledge Christian Science So re our support to our Government, our ~ :~ A Branch oi The Mother t'rcsident, o'ur ~raI l)epartment, and NONE-BUSH SHOES " I INTERWOVEN SOCKS ~ The First Church of Christ, our Navy l)epartment. "~" * New Brownstone Shades for] Just the new Fall colors and ~ in Boston, Massachusetts, h{ Our present na~mal objvctive is the ~ Fall. $9.50 to $12.50. Edger- I patterns to go with 3"our new ~ day service at 11:00 a.m defeat of |titlcr a't~ what he stands ~ ton Shoes distributed bv Nunn- ] shoes. Priced at 39c and 55e ~ School at 9:30 a.m Wedne', for, all diverting coneroversies shouht ing meetings at 8;60. R be suhordinated to the main objective.ha ~ Bush $5.95 to $7.95. " ] per pair. 607 Crescent avenue, oper Ve believe the basic elements of .ea~-'m .~,~~'~~~~~~.'~.~~.@.~'.~.~4{ except Sundays and h tional defense t, be: edifice, East Whittle:'- CATA NA DEPT. STORE (a) The ability to supply any frac- tion or all our man-power and war in- dustrial resources l)romptly and et'fi- ciently--by universal military training and federal regulations of war supply agencies. (b) The ability to carry war, when unavoidable, to our enemy, and thus prevent him from bringing war to us. This ability will require removal of all geographic limitation on movement of forces and adequate provision for cor- Subject for October Atonement." Community Congregational f Anton M. Hanson, A service and work that will be appreciated by the customer Sunday Services Sunday School--9:30 a.m. and also be a recommendation to your friends Curry, superintendent. S Morning Worship--10:30 ermon, "The Greatest ot 115 Phone Lo,0, responding plans and material. Youth League--6:00 p.m. ~fall~ (c) Our great potential bulwarks M ill 60 visiting speaker.Evening Service--7:00 o.' are the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. ar a S [ N C E [ 9 0 7 dress in "World Frier el.' These oceans will be our greatest as- sets or worst liabilities, according to Mr. Wright of California fmr strength or weakness therein. ~ II I mm mm mm ~ public or Mr. Woodard o Wednesday evening at/ They represent the base of our worht "~'~'~q ~" "" ""'" : :" "" ::" "" :~~~'~'~~~'~"'~ Bible Round Table on "31 stea{egy. We want America strong enough to{ Brooks Pharmacy i forGod." * * * meet any possible attack before it dr- ~eventh Day Adventitt rives and to turn the enemy back so . , that our homes remain intact and our ~ " New Merchandise Friendly Service Reasonable Prices ' ~l!Ss~bbt~iSpe.~?~eff3iinaoeni:if fanfilies secure, If fightng is necessary to defend the United States, we insist ~ ATWATER ARC.ADE PHONE 127. ! upon being l, repared to do the fighting ,d~.-~.~.~I~~~.~'~~NY .1.~. ~ y outside the United States. 'If I speak with the tong, Our present program to build a two- ~ ~.*. K ~ ~ ~ ,~ a .~ **~**~, and of angels, but have not~ ocean Navy with its own air army { capable of defending our interests in~t ~ become sounding brass.''--'! ~' : ~ --0~ both the Atlantic and tile Pacific ~ ~ COMMUNITY CHURCH i Get Your Copy N0wV ' against any possible grouping of ag- ~ .~ gressors should be carried through to i ~ Last Sunday evening with 1~ completion as speedily as possible. [~ ley Wilson of Yenching as ~' The Uuited States Marine Corps mustbe maintained at a strength ade-~ ~ ~ a most interesting event. (" quate to meet the needs of the ex- ~ ~ tendance greeted her and ~ } on "China's Youth" called t.~ panded Navy. ~ The Navy must be supplemented by" ~ [ ber of questions from the t21 a Merchant Marine nmnned bY reli- i WINDLE'S i Mrs. Wilson spoke of tide ~ able, well-disciplined personnel corn- spirit of Chinese students . pletely loyal to the United States. most adverse of conditions, t Foreign Relations ~ ~ the apparently changed a }VHEI~E'AS, the freedom of the seas~ t America toward them. Wh ~I, has been the traditi na' p liey f the I HISTORY i years ag there was an att'~ United States since its foundation and for them, now it has turn~ has been so enunciated by our Presi- ~ t~ miration for their brave batt'~ dent; and we are opposed to any sur- dora, and their splendid reV render of this policy or any appease- .~ ~ the invader. . ment to*Ward the aggressor nations,~ t The "Sandwich Visit"wh~C.I Germany, Italy and Japan--toward ~ 0 F in the Social Hall also Pr *t whom we demand a policy of stern *" .~ teresting event with a socivat and exact justice; ! C A T A L I N A i with further questions as rathe various Chinese c~rioS. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- ~ The speaker next sundaYt, t~ SOLVED by The American Legion in ~ not certain at this writing .~ national convention assembled, that (a) We' approve and indorse the ; ! either William Woodard ltr": foreign policy of the President and the ~ . . . ~ from Japan, which he knOWS ' Congress, and i ( Second Edition) i after many years reside"c-e'e (b) We urge the immediate repeal Charles Wright for manY .{~ of the *so-called neutrality act, and dent of the California Junt~ (c). We urge all Americans to join at Chino. In either case a t'~ us in an united, whole-hearted, aud ~ i SVAT'~ v b--ik c F unswerving support of our govern- ment's foreign policy; to the end that 1 A,I PREPARE FOR IN2 the American way of life ,nay survive { V } in a world of free men. Spurred by success of ------"---- 1 I California State Fair, l.){r TIDE TABLES FOR WEEK ~ l Exposition met rece/}tlY I i plans "for a greater Fa,r 1! Date Time Ht. Time Ht. { t; uled for September 4 thrt cow ! on sale at [ Beautification of groin, of hundreds of shade t~ Month of October Thursday, 16 6:20--4.8 ~ ~ ! struction projects and i Wlndle s News Stand i f c neessi ns pr p s' 6:00--5.0 12:14---1.7 calendar of the board m Friday, 17 6:47--5.3 0:26--0.4 since the close of the 1 6:46--5.2 12:54--1.0 which broke all reco:d Saturday, 18 7:17--5.7 I :1~--O.3,attendance of 748000 t 7:32--.5.4 1:33--0.3 L ' ' e Sunday, 19 7:48--6.1 1:35--0.4 ~,~ ~,~,*,~,-~ ~,~ ~,o,~,~.~,~~~.~.~.~ I At the same tim. Carpinteria, issued a s 8:18--5.3 2:15---0.2 expressing the "sincere Mc~nday, 20 8:22--6.4 2:11--0.6 9 3:00---0.6 Phone Richmond 6171 Private Ambuhmee and appreciation of the the "splendid Tuesday, Z1 9:(D--6.6 2:47--0.8 IVY H. OVERHOLTZER Inc. extended to the Fair 9:57---4.8 3:46--0.8 bitors and "persons in Wednesday 22 9:38--6.5 3:27-1.3 FUNERAL DIRECTOR representing every secl 10:55---4.4 4:37--0.7 forrlia." o 1719 South Flower Street, at 18th o------"~.ral~te For health, or change, or play, or Lady Attendant Los Angeles, Ca!ifornia Advertising is the inseP. rest. Catalina is the best. k,panion of business suCCeSs"