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PAGE SIX THE CATALINA E~ered as Second-Class Matter March 31, 1914, at the P,o~tofflce m Aval6n, CalH. Under the Act of March $, 1897. The columns of the Islander are open to the general public, on any of the fol- lowing subjects: Lo6il PoliUcs and Gov- ernment, Fishing, Hunting and Camping. Items of local news interest will be ~reat|v appreciated. gflJl~Hlllillllllil$iillllllUlllUllll!~ll~n~ii$iiiiiifllMHUUlllll$1gllllllilH " A living dogi, better than a dead ~O~ZMBER ~..-Christopher Columbus arrived in Cadiz, Spain, in fei'ters, 1500. -The 1~5". 3.merican Mission=;:" C.~ ~rc~ organized In China,to4,. 7--The Lewis and Clark expedition r6ached the Pacific coast, 1805. &..-New qovernment of Brazil recoqnized by United Stntes, 193N. I--Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany abdicates his throne, 1918. lO--German cruiser and ru/der, Emden, destroyed at Coo:~ Island, 1914. 11 --Ambazeador Brid~e over Detroit River, larqut .~ pension span in world, dedicated,, 1929. .~w~ lMIIgmmfllllflflflHflmHgllglM1glflgwmlKlllMmMfllllflllH]PJ[mgmglfl One by one boyhood friends step out into the "promised land". The latest one is none other than "Sheriff" R. R. Veale, for many years sheriff of Contra Costa County, and in his boy- hood days resident of a suburb of Antioch, which was the boyhood home of the writer. Brot'ner Veale was a much beloved member of the Native Sons of the Golden West, being a member of General Winn Parlor No. 32, of Antioch--named after the gen- tleman who was instrumental in bring- ing about the organization in San Francisco of the Native Sons, July 11, 1875, which has since spread through- out the state. Sheriff Veale's genial disposition made him a friend of ev- ery person with whom he came in contact. The last time we saw him was at the recent Admission Day cel- ebration at Santa Monica. The poinsettias in various parts of Avalon are showing a splendid growth this season, giving promise of many large and beautiful blossoms during the next few months. o- The ladies of Avalon are likely to find something of interest in the new advertisements in this issue of The Catalina islander. CONSTITUTION FRAMING THE CARETAKER AT BOY CATALINA FISHING DESCRIBED BY SPEAKER SCOUT CAMP MISSING By Capt. Earl A. Wood Following the Friday luncheon at Frank Skinner, aged 65, caretaker (Because of crowded condit the Hotel St. Catherine for the Ro- at the Boy Scout Camp located at our columns this week the edil tary Club of Avalon, Judge Leonard Johnson's Landing, was reported miss- Wilson of Los Angeles described in ing ~ednesday, October 27. Mr. exercised the privilege of cone his story this time. Will tell a very interesting manner the way in Skinner had : been caretake'r at the ' his vacation trip and Mrs. DaY which that notable instrument--the camp for several seasons, ipe for cooking uext week.)p Constitution of the United States-- According to Constable L. Moricich Doc Vaughan of the was framed, the personality of some of Avalon, who immediately organized brought in the last marlin to c of the men who were active in its a searching party, Mr. Skinner had Charley and Mary Davis wet formation, and some of the several been collecting wood along the beach, last week and caught a fine' compromises which became neeessarv Apparently, the rowboat that he hadsandabs, i Their broadcast 0f in order to bring to its support a su(- used, had been carried off the beach news over KMTR is on saturd ficient number to permit its adoption with the incoming tide. 8:45 p.m. by the convention. He further told Constable Moricich stated that part something about each of the several of Mr. Skinner's clothing ~was found Ocean temperature is running amendments which have been adopted near a pile of wood On the beach, 64 to 66 degrees. There is a good run of bonit~ from time to time. which indicated that the'caretaker had Sam Angiehiodo, winter r a na~ This meeting, having been opened to attempted to swim after his rowboat. attendance of members of the Mary (A party of fishermen locatedthe the Fish Market tells me the~ Williams Club of Avalon, and to the skiff near Ship Rock Saturday). marlin catch for this year stariu 331. wives of members of the Rotary Club, Johnson's Landing is located two The weather is at its best. with their guests, it proved to be the largest luncheon party yet held by lo- cal Rotarians--eighty-one having been present. The meeting of the Club was enliv- ened by various fines handed out by members whose birthdays occurred in October. It was not so nmch be- cause 'their birthdays happened in that month as it was because the gentle- men at the bar were somewhat equiv- ocal in replying to questions pro- pounded by the judge. O" "RULE 38" Rule 38 of the State Board of Equalization says: "All retail licensees shall post in a conspicuous place on their licensed premises a printed sign of type not less than one-half inch in height and in size not less than llx14 inches, in form as follows: PATRONS ATTENTION Selling, giving away or delivering al- coholic beverages betweeu 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. is a misdemeanor. Selling, furnishing or giving away any alcoholic beverages to persons under 21 years of age is a nfisde- meanor. Any minor who purchases alcoholic beverages is guilty of a misdemeanor. Any minor who co:'sumes alcoholic beverages in any on-sale premises is guilty of a misdemeanor. B.y order of State Board of Equal- izatmn. The Catalina islander office has such cards for sale to parties who may require them. The following historical item is from the Los Angeles Express of twenty- five years ago--October 28, 1912: "Ap- plication has been made by the Mar- coni Wireless Telegraph Co. to the state railroad commission for permis- sion to institute a wireless night let- ter service between Santa Catalina Is- land and Los Angeles. The United W'ireless Co., now merged into the Marconi corporation, has maintained a commercial wireless service between Avalon and the mainland for several years. The night letter innovation will enable visitors at Catalina and citizens of Avalon to keep in closer touch with Los Angeles, and wireless messages to be forwarded to eastern points may be sent east from Avalon when the innovation is established." Would it not be a fine joke to find out who "soaped" up the windows about town Friday and Saturday nights, and have them remove the same ? Several palm trees along the beach front which have not been doing well, have been removed and will be re- placed with healthy trees. The Avaconlay Club gave a pot-luck dinner Monday evening to its mem- bers and the members of their fami- lies. They had a good time. A~ Parent-Teacher Association meet- ing was held at the high school Tues- day evening, which included a talk by Dr. James Houloose. The United States Geodetic Survey vessel Itaska spent Tuesday night in Avalon Bay. Try a little Adler for your wants miles from the Isthmus harbor. Scout- master M. E. Goodland of Los Ange- les, who is in charge of the summer camp, was immediately notified and has joined in the search for the miss- ing man. o- THE PEACE OF LIFE (Reprinted from the Ripon Record) Selected by California Feature Service as October's '*Best Editorial of the Month" When Abraham Lincoln left his Illi- nois home for the White House, he left the peace of his life behind. He exchanged the friendship of simple people who loved him and were proud of him, for a burden ahnost beyond mortal strength, and finally for mar- tyrdom. And yet had he known for a certainty the outcome of his period of service, we may be sure that his great heart would not have failed nor his feet have faltered. For he would have realized that the chance had come for hint to win something great- er than happiness. One of the most splendid tidngs is calm and smooth in the lee Island. Come and catch some sandabs. # AUTUMN AT GRAND 'CAN Autunm is one of the most ful seasons in which to South Rim of the Grand the Colorado River. The air J and invigorating, lights and st throughout the Canyon are at all times and trips down canyon are most enjoyable. ther conditions are usually for comfortable travel in Arizona and all types of t~ons are available the year the South Rim. Visitors fail to include at least one eventide at the Canyon as sets are superb. Many charmed by arising to witness one of the breat sunrises. '0" SEEING FINGERS about human nature is its sacrifice of The cruel handicap of blin~ comfort and ease for the sake f something it counts higher. The e been overcome amazingly "- persons so afflicted. People plorer faces the death of the ArCtic real vision have marveled regions, or the deadly miasmas of the swamps, that we may know about the world we live in. The inventor toils on, in pursuit of his idea, not knowing that he is cold and weary and that he has fasted long hours. Scientists give their lives to settle questions which will benefit suffering millions. Men accept public office, not always because they are lured by its digni- ties,, but sometimes because they rec- ogmze a high trust and are ready to sacrifice 'ease and happiness for its sake. And in our smaller spheres we may be ani:nated with the understand- ing that there are ends more worthy than personal happiness. O" N ELP WANTED To the Citizens and Business Men of Avalon, Friends of Coanmunity Congregational Church As the time approaches for the time of the Annual Bazaar, it becomes in- creasingly important that the man- agement should know what you are going to do to help, so that we may intelligently know what to seek for that. may not be given us. We need such things as Fancy Work, Garments, Aprons, Canned Goods, Curios, Candies, Popcorn, ear- tons containing foods; also, articles suitable for a grab-bag. If you are planning to help in any way, will you please call up either of the following telephone numbers: 639, 650, 94-W, or 244, and tell us what your contribution will be ? If you do not care to telephone, drop a line to Box 1016, Avalon, and one of the offi- cers of the Aid Society will be glad to call upon you. at the courage and determina the blind worker--at his skill pride in the craftwork, fur~ laces he has learned to Those with normal eyes wl with the blind in announcen!e new avenue now opening wh~C ably will become the inviolate the blind. A film company, believing tll in the "dark room" where processed, packed and wra field well suited to the tablished a complete blind pet The plan is working--for tlae of the blind are trained and sensitive; their work in the much finer and more that of the normal visioned.:~' That is a story for all to rel,~td --the story of "Seeing FingerS' -O Vacation motor traffic into nia is two months ahead of ous records, the All-Year quarterly report reveals. On ber 30th the millionth spendi of the year crossed the s~ while never before have a m torists been registered before of November, James R. pal club's president announced. ber, he revealed, brought tourists into the state, total for the year to crease of 14.1 per cent over period in 1936, the previous h The man about town has h Jimmie Tighe, watchman on channel steamers, and Miss MacLain, stewardess on the sels, while enjoying a recent slipped away to Reno, N~ were married. The Island with their friends in wish .o much happiness,c~ The American Red Cross has ex- pended $133,000,000 for relief on 2,000 Catalina Idand--the tdltO~ scenes of disaster in the last 56 qaietness and repose ~oth~ years. You can have a part in this work by joining now! nerves and renews health a~ hess. Catalina Island v,a'll give you the "rest of you li~e"--in whichever sense you choose to take it. A Standard Oil service barge in early Wednesday morning'