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PAGE TEN NEW BOOKS ARRIVED FOR BRANCH LIBRARY Mrs. Emily E. MacRae, librarian oi the Avalon Branch of the Los Angeles County Library, reports the arrival of tlic foiiuwmg additional books: Adult Fiction JMths--iune At Her Heels. .tJahne r--Golden Hoard. Beais--'l'he Stones Awake. Bower--The Wind Blows West. Cannon--A .Mighty Fortress. Carr--l'he Judas \indow. Council--What He. Cuthrell--Manhattan Nights. l)itzcn--The World Outside. Ellsberg--Thirty Fathoms Deep. Ertz--.',o Hearts To Break. Ferber--Emma McChesney & Co. Fletcher--Perilous Crossways. Ford--l)eath Sails with Magellan. Foreste,'--Ship of the Line. Fox--Mountain Girl. Goudge--I slaud Magic. Gray--"Hosses" Grebenc--Time of Change. ~lurst--Back Street. Kdm--The Cherry Bed. Kerry-There's Only One. Kyne--Enchanted Hill. Larrimorc--Tuesday Never Comes. Lovelace--F_arly Candlelight. Marshall--The White Brigand. Mason--Cairo Garter Murders. Norris--The Octopus. t'routy--Lisa Vale. Roseman--Unfamitiar Faces. 8abatini-~I;ortune's Fool. Sa~ers--Onmibus of Crime v. 1 Sci~ggius--House of Dawn. Spencer--Gallows' Orchard. Steinbeck--Cup of Gold. Strange--Silent Witnesses. Sublette--Searlet Cockerel. 'l'uttle--Bluffer's Luck. Ward--Wa.x Apple. Wodehouse--Piccadilly Jim. Woodroofe--Yangtze Skipper. Adult Non-Fiction - Reference Kane--Famous First Facts. Kane--.\Iore First Facfs. Haire--The American Costume Book. Hairs--Folk Costume Book. Norris--Costume & Fashion 1, 2, 6. Victor book of Opera. Gerwig -- Crowell's Handbook for Readers and Writers. State Farm Ins.--Road Atlas for Trav- el in U.S., Canada, Mexico, Ewen--Composers of Yesterday. Circulating M cAdie--Fog. Curtis--Life Story of the Fish. Corradini--Narcotics and Youth Today Crosby--Eight Boats and How to Build Them. F.icsenberg--Standard Seamauship for the Merchant Service. Adams--Ships and Women. ttornaday--Camp-fires on Desert and Lava. Conner--Romance of the Ranchos. Szekely--Tropic Fever. Tutein--The Sealers. Fox--Genghis Khan. Riesenfeld--Dancer in Madrid. Juvenile Fiction l~rock--High in the Mountains. Cormaek--Jacques, the Goat-herd. Hauman--Hapl)y Harbor. Hawes--Dark Frigate. Kent--He Went \ith Vaseo da Gama. Lamprey--Chihlren of Ancient Greece. Simon--Pope's Miracle. Slaught er-:-Gokten Tusk. \rata Stockum--Cottage at Bantry Bay Wilson--About Ricco. Easy Books Adelborg--Clean Peter and the Chil- dren of Grubbylea. t:laker--Toots in School. JJeauehamp--Science Stories. Book 1. Buckingham--Play Days. Buckingham--Playing Together. ])ootson~Who Ant 1 ? 1 )opp--Early Cavemen. Elson--Dick and Jane. Hardy--The New Little Book. Hardy--Sally & Billy. Hardy--Sally & Billy in Autumn. Hardy--Sally & Billy in Spring. Lent--The .2Mr Pilot. Lent--The Farmer. Lent--The Storekeeper. ],indman--Snipp, Snapp, Snurr, and the Big Surprise. O'Donnell--Here and There. O'Donnell--Rides and Slides. l'emaell--Frolic and Do-Funny. Smith--Tom's Trip. Suzzallo--First Steps. THE CATALINAI Walker--Let Us Read. Whitford--Art Stories. Book 3. Juvenile Reference Wilson--Children's Catalog. Juvenile Non-Fictlon Rocheleau---Products of the Soil. Keith--Follett Picture Stories of" In- dustry : Wood. Johuston--Book of Plays for Little Actors. NOTICE BY REGISTRAR OF VOT- ERS OF POLLING PLACES AND ELECTION OFFICERS F O R GENERAL ELECTION. Pursuant to the Statutes of the State of California the Registrar of Voters of Los Angeles County does hereby publish the names of the elec- tion officers aippointed and the polling places designated for each election precinct for the general election which will be held on the 8th (lay of Novem- ber, 1938, which officers and polling places are as follows, to-wit: AVALON CITY PRECINCTS POLLING PLACES AND ELEC- TION OFFICERS l--Store, 609 Crescent Ave., Inspec- tor, Mary Gaylord~ Judges, Mary Burns, Gertrude f'ence; Clerks, Mad- aline Jennings, Thelma Johnson, Lena Goodenough. 2--(With which is consolidated Cat- alina Precinct)--City Hall, 209 Metro- pole Ave. Inspector, Anna M. Lefa- vor; Judges, Elizabeth Elliugton, Ha- zel M. Baker; Clerks, Florence L. Harrison, Esther V. Hite, Grace Price. a--Residence, 206 \hittlev Ave. In- specter, Theresa A. MacKay; Judges, Elizabeth MacLeaa~, Floy Gray; Clerks, Nellie Adargo, Lula D. Car- son, Merle Kirk. CATALINA~Consolidated with Av- akin Precinct No. 2--City Hall, 209 Metropole Ave. Dated this 20th (lay, of October, 1938. W. M. KERR, Oct. 20-27. Registrar of Voters. AVALON CHURCH SERVICES Catholic--St. Catherine's Rev. M, F. Mtlrphy', Pastor Sunday Masses 7:013 and 10:00 a.m. Week Days, 8:00 a.m. Church School, 9:00 a.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Christian Science Society A Branch of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Soientist, in Boston, Massa husetts, holds Sun- day serwce at i :00 a.m., Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. ; Wednesday even- mg meetings at 8:00. Reading room, 607 Crescent avenue, open 2 to 4 daily except Sundays and holidays. Church edifice, East Whittley. Subject Oct. 23--Probation after Death Community Congregational Rev. John B. Toomay, Minister. Corner Metropole avenue and Beacon street. Sunday Services--Church School, 9:30 a.m.; morning preaching se,vice t0:30; evening service 7:00. Subjects Suuday, October 23: 1/1:30 a.m.--"The Upper Room". 7:(X} p.m.--"Heedless People". The public is cordially invited to at tend any or all of these services. Seventh Day Adventist Sabbath School 9:.30 a.m., and Bible class at 2 p.m., \Vhitnev Chapel, in Comnmnity Congregatio1~'al Church. O "J*,im said unto him, Teacher, we saw one casting out demons in thy name; and we forbade him, because he folh~wed not us. But Jesus said, Forbid him not: for there is no mini who shall do a mighty work in my name, and be able quickly to speak evil of me. For he that is not against us is for us."~Mark 9:38-41. ----O-- -- Fall is near. Mornings are cooler. S~didly backing acuon. fornia Real Estate ( em ~i 1~ Proposition 13, t Beret Act, Sa a Fraucisco real estate men are forming throughout the state to of No. 13, it has been an Glenn D. 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