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f~2b!iShed weekly at Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California. Avalcql's ~'~1 neWSpaper, containing the local news of this wonderful Island Baseball training field for the Chicago "'Cubs". SINGLE COPIES Avalon: Year round mecca for tc)urist" "Jld traw4c~s. Boating, bathing, golf, tenms, baseball, .iding, fishir,g, hiking, marine gardens. Unexcelled ac~emmodations. CENTs AVALON, SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, CALIFORNIA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1940 VOL. XXVI No. 51 I1 A TRULY HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO ALL ,0- -- And 'suddenly there was with the angel a multi- tude ,)f hea~enlv host.])raising God and saving Glory l/1 to God in the highest and on earth peace, good-will Ill ,:= i /lI above, a tiny I1 - / Babe tn a stall, [] I ti And an angel-song 1[I ~ THE LITTLE CHIMES OF Court 0fH0n0r , ! Athn l/ of a God of love. Only ill --- ded |, t// :+:O, little chimes of A,ahm ! / ~t a m~ger cold and bare, only //I It matters not whcre I may 1), I I [ . / [ / ~ In I,c, tus-land or : ready, " el,ht Awards Given e /tl a ma,den mild, only some shep- [/1 1 e,:er 1,ear go. caUi,c e Ourt of Honor for this fall ~ [ ] I herds kneehng there, watching a httle ] [ / Wednesday evening, De-"~" / i i / ! [ "N To lure me back to A~al~m. at the Boy Scout Hut,$ ]i[ tth t maide ' rm nfold Ill o, f~,-, Ch~l,les of A,at,n, IL.lrlllO P, na ye a n s a s e aion High School. There ~ / I [ ",| / ~ Your distant inch,dies l hear attendance present con- ~ [ the King of Heaven above, and inthe Christ //[ i lrents and friends of the "~" l ~ lhc ctmncs that sine In ~ d, n ell as district and trool, '1'1 Child we behold, the Lord I t ] "" ,'' ",- ) -; ' . i of Life l/[ O h mn,i.v chim s ,f A,al Arnoht, Cha nan of the." ' / -~ Your nndulatims harmony ,or, called upon E. R. Pol- ~ " " / i t uv t e t a',t 'v &, { ana ove. ' ,' - = ' ' ' ~econd Class Awards ~ [ I 'N Of mermaids rishl~ frem lhe sea Scouts: Wdham Bun- ~ " ou i orn ~ To hear the (hm,(s (t ~.x do l ake, Carl Ehlers. El(ton .~- [ Unto y s b :x: " : : " ': ' * ': "' -Xlea,l Jimmy Merson, this day a Saviour." [ ~ O, little chi,nes of A,ah,n ! tnd Will am Taylor. ~,' ~ It matters not ~hert l IltaV 1)C, Awards were presented ~.~~'~:~'~'~''~':~'~'~:~~'~d~N:'~:~:+:~':~:~:~:~k~ In 1,~;tus-land (,r Arcady," I ever hear vol! calling me to the following FISHING PALS 1941 ANGLING LICENSES "1", hireback t~, '~xahm. 'd l)eterson an(lAllen me --Albert g. Ma,'y. By J. CharlesDavis, 2nd fgishing licenses for 1941 arc now ~,n " sldc at ;ill offices t)f the California POST OFFICE OPEN numl)er of merit Wednesday of last week marked theState Dixisi,m of Fish and Game, and ---- g~ven, andwere bi~z day of the $10,000 Salt Water Fish- On Saturday, l)ecember 21. the Ava- ton to the fol- mav also be obtained from your local - : ine Tournament ,~ith a luncheon sched- Ion lh~st Office will ,)bservc reg,Mar uled by the Junior C. of C. for award- sporting goods dealer after that date, :s, Handicraft. iu~ lhe 19 (~ran(l Prizes and 3 Special according to H. R. l)unbar, chief of week-(la~ lu,urs, and ]'(:main op(n from !r, Handicraft. Awards in Southern California's first the Division's P, ureau of I,icenses.8:(10 a.nL ~ 5 :(X) p.m. f'alrons arc Oueering. bid for the establishing of an annual Fishing licenses now in use expireur~zed to their mailin~ durim: *hi I)ecember 31, so anvone fishing afterlnorrfing hours ~,n that day, ;is well as andicraft, fish derby, such as all the rest of the ~- on ~M~er days, in order lhat it may not tgs, Handicraft. U.S. enjoys. inncrs ~)f Gran(l Prizes, that time will be required to lmrchase - " listed alphabetically, according to fish: a new license, be necessary f(,r them to remain st;met-, t-{andicraft. Albacore Waunita Parker "There arc over 3(R).(X)0 licensed in~ in line. Photo,-.~ral~hv, Camp- Bass l)a~e Benioff anglers in the Slate ()f California," H STATE TAXES EFFECTIVE IN " " Barracuda Art C. Clayton R. l)unhar reports. "and a license isFEDERAL AREAS ~rson, Handicraft. Bonito V. W. Allen a 'must have' for everwme over lhe 'mith. Music, Cooking, Corbina Fred L. Porter a~e of 18 >.ears who fi'shes for Sl)ort Collection ,f the sal(~ lax and ,) h~r and Bird Study. Croaker, Y. fin. James De Frantz f'sh.' California taxes in military r(sc, va- . - Christmas shoppers, this is just a tions, nati,nal l~arks and other a~as Croaker, S. fin F. V. Taylor, ,o(t had the pleasure of L()u Wiuston, J. . 'J'ucker, F. W. suggestion! within the stale bu~ nmler f('(ler;d jilt- Star Scout Award to Morgan. UNITED AIR ESTABLISHES isdictlon, heret~,f,re held by va r~s G. B. Sea Bass l:farrv it. Smith PILOT TRAINING SCHOOL federal agencies t~, be illcu;~l is n, w l!ossible un(ler l~rovisi~,ns ~f (lie /~::ck Sentation of the awards,Halibut George Chambers .4. new anti scientific approach to the Bill, recentlysi~ne,l by }q(~dcltnt e Talhnan H. ;rrask of Mackerel Sam . HammolM training of airline lfilot personnel was R ,osevelt. an interesting talk onMarlin Frank Nasso announced today by 1.'nited Air IAnes ~ ?f scouting in Avalon, Shark Roy Rogers with establishment of a sl)ecialized 1)ilot ALIENS MUST REGISTER ~s audience that, al- Skipjack J. lie Frantztrainina school for qualified candidates. in this country is onlyTuna, Bluefin B. Sl)onheim The move is declared to be the first Under ['nited ,q, tales taw all ali~ns ten million bovs Tuna, Yellowfin t:rank Hetzeiof its kind taken bv any airline toward resident in Avahm. t)r elsewhere in lhe ig in scouting. To W.S. Bass W. S. Keith the controlled airline instruction of fu- ('nited States, MUST register on or he concluded Yellowtail Ed Sandell ttlre eo-lfih)ts by veteran airline pilots, before Thursday, 1)ecenlber 26, 194'0-- ~" the audience to Special Awards--lst woman to enterUnited's new school, operating as anor thev will be subject to arrest and clasping hands prize winning fish. Mary C. Davis;adjunct of the company-owned Boeing prosecution. [Ierbert A. Wegmann, eet apart, extending light tackle marlin, Mary'C. 1)avis. Ist School of Aeronautics at Oakland, Cal Avalon postmaster, has lhe necessary lan border on the tuna to be landed on fly rod, J. Charles is located at Traey Cal on whose blanks and is prepared to register any the coast around Davis, 2nd. airl)()rt United has taken a long term aliens who may wish to do so. Fost- !er, then along the lease, masters in other cities doubtless are Promoters of the event assure us also ready to register applicants. Re- the United States, member on or before Thursday, De- :ely across the Cana- next season will see an even better Final figures of number of daily, week- contest. Much has been learned that ly, special and monthly winners now cember 26. Any information give~ tc Pacific again. This will help them in making the 1941 being compiled, and willbe issued registering official is kepl strictly con- on Page 10, Col. 1) tournament tops in fishing contests, shortly, fidential.