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PAGE SIX THE CATALINA 15L WINDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON CALIFORNIA ERNEST WINDLE - Editor and Owner CHAS. H. SMITH - - Associate Editor SUBSCRIPTION ~ATES (in advance). Three Years Five Dollars (Only When Paid in Advance) One Year Two Dollars ~ Months One Dollar ree Month~ Fifty Cents ADVERTISING GATES Display Advertising $0e p~Inch, Each Insertion. 500 Inches During'~Period of Six Months, 3Sc per |nch. ~. Liners 10c per Line, Minimum 25c. Entered as Second-Class Matter March el, 1914, at the Posto/Tiee at Avalon, Callf under the Act of March 3, 1897. The columns of the Isiander are open to the general public, on any of the fol- lowing subjects: Local Politics and Gov- ernn~ent0 Fishing, Huntlng'and Camping, Items of local news interest will be greatly appreciated. NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS December 12, 1940 '.On and after this date we will con- tinue to ,have cuts made from Mats for our advertisers, but will ask them to pay for all mortices necessary in said cuts. The Catalina Islander. Chas. H. Smith, Business Manager. NOTE TO ADVERTISERS AND CORRESPONDENTS In order to permit The Catalina Is- lander force to enjov the Christmas holiday, the regular work on the paper will have to be advanced all along the line. Please, therefore, send in your adVertisem'ents and stories on Saturday or Monday for the edition of Decem- ber: 26. Also, as that will be the last edition previous to New Years. your good wishes, etc for the coming anniversary also should appear in the issue of De- cember 26. But your copy should be in on Monday---or earlier, if 0ossible. National attention will be drawn to Santa Catalina's Las Posadas festival in a coast-to-coast hook-up of the Co- lumbia Broadcasti~ag System next Mon- day, December 23rd, according to tenta- tive plans annonnced by Columbia Studios. A story woven around the traditional festival of l as Posadas will be dramatized by Joel Malone, C.B.S. writer, and will be narrated by the well-known "Man of a Thousand 'Voices", Frank Graham, in his weekly broadcast of NIGHTCAP YARNS Monday evening, from 10:15 to 10:30. The broadcast will be heard locally through Station KNX on 1050 kc. ON,SALE LICENSE RENEWALS DUE Holders of on-sale alcoholic beverage licenses in Southern California are ad- vised to make prompt application for renewal of their licenses which expire at midr/ight, December 31. If application for renewal is delayed too long, it may be completely forgot- ten in the rush of holiday business, thereby causing suspension of the lic- enees and payment of penalties before it can be reinstated. Application for renewal, accompanied by the proper license fee, should be filed with the board promptly. Licenses Other than the on-sale type are issued on a fiscal year basis and application for their renewal should not be made at this time. Merry, Merry Christmas to all! Christmas S0ng at POLICE OFFICER . PENNY lty n n' 0mmun'L-' urc'- Funeral services were held at the Ivy Overholtzer parlors in Los Angeles, Monday, for Frederick Charles Penny, aged 42, who passed away at his home, Tonight, (Thursday) at 7:30 o'clock the choir of the Coimnunity Congre- gational Church will present a program of Christmas music selected from favo- rite cantatas and antheins, to which everyone is invited A very pleasing feature will be the Little Carolers, a group of first grade children, who, under the direction of Miss Ruth Beery will sing a group of 348 Clarissa avenue, last Friday. In- terment was at Forest Lawn Memorial Park, in Glendale. For the past twelve years Mr. Penny had been connected with the Avalo. police department. He is survived by his wife, Alice, and several relatives in the east. Due to the inclement weather here Monday, several Avalonites who ha~r CATALINA GOLF By Roy Phillips The team of Joe Lenorak Lytle continued their winnil Sunday, by taking "Squirr and Johnny Reyes on the 2 and 1. Joe had the low followed by "Squirrel" and 64. Vic had a 68, but his on the 14th and 16th holes, the match. These matches are causing able interest each Sunda, and are witnessed by a popular carols, planned to attend the funeral services crowd of golf enthusiasts. "Christmas In Song", will be directed were unable to cross the ch~tnnel. There In the winter league bv Art Stevens, with Carolyn Gross were many floral tributes, the matches continue to go at the console of the Hammond organ. Born inAlgiers, Louisiana, Mr. Pen-which is a good indicator Processional--O. Come All Ye Faith-nv had made several trips around t!le handical~s are fairly even; fnl. world before he finally decided to will be a slight change in a Hynm--Joy To The World ; congrega- tion. Group of Carols--The Little Carol- lers; group of First Grade children under the direction of Miss Ruth Beery. Versicle--Pastor and Choir. We Ask for Peace, O Lord, by Miles ; full chorus, The Annunciation, by J. Emerson; Ralph Heywood and choir. Wondrous Star, by E. K. Heyser; Ernie McCurry. The Song of the Shepherds, by Ira B. Wilson; full chorus. That Holy Thing, by William Dich- mont; Blanche Mackey. Hymn--Hark, the Herald Angels Sing ; congregation. Offertoire--Organ. Doxology--Congregation and choir. Prayer--Response by choir. Let Heaven and Nature Sing, by F. B. Holton; full chorus. The Lullaby Hynm, by F. B. Holton; contralto solo, quartette and choir. Mesdames Williams. Heywood--Mes- srs. Arnold, Williams. Brightest and Best, by Heber; so- prano and alto duett. Mesdames Pallas and Stevens. The Music of Bethlehem, by F. B. Holton ; full chorus. Recessional--Fairest Lord Jesus. Personnel of Choir Sopranos----Mesdames Batho, Ellison, Heywood, Mackey, Pallas, Woodruff and the Misses Maekey. Paull and Smith. Contraltos--Mesdames Crowton, E1- lington, Geasland, Hanson, Klein, Ste- vens, Williams and Misses Coons and Frey. Tenors-- Messrs. Arnold, Burgess, McCoach, MeCurry. Basses-- Ellison, Heywood, Nutting, Troupe and Williams. LAS POSADAS DINNER DANCE Inaugurating the Second Annual Las Posadas Festival of Santa Cata- lina, a dinner dance at the Hotel St. Catherine will open the traditional celebration of the holiday season in Avalon next Frida) evening, De- cember 20th, at seven o'clock. The colorful costumes of the "Days of the Dons" will be worn as all Avalon joins in celebrating !he beginning of the now nationally :eeognized festival. The graceful aleasures of La Varsovianna, Chia- paneeas, the gay. Polka, Schottische, Quadrille, Paul Jones, and other distinctive dances will be partici- l)ated in by residents and guests duriil~z the evening as the festival of Las Posadas gets under way, Everyone is urged to attend and ioin in the fun. The special price of the elaborate seven-course dinner, Itnd- dancing, is one dollar and twenty-five cents, plus tax. A gala ~vening is promised so make your ~servations early ! There will be no charge for danc- ng after dinner. Passengers sailing north, Saturday afternoon, included ,]. Parke, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Wells, Mr. Hall, Mrs. Thompson, Paul Whelan, Mrs. Harold Cohn, Mrs. George Gibson, Dr. E. B. Nutting, Mrs. R. N. Kooken, John Purcell, Mrs. Fred Penny, George Kirk and others. settle in Southern California. Three times he had been shipwrecked while working as a sailor. Coming to Ava- lon 12 years ago, he joined the local police force. During the past eight years he has served as sergeant, having charge of the finger-print and photo- graphic department. Commenting on the services of his former employee, Chief of Police Don L. Alger said: "Sergeant Penny was a very efficient police officer. He was courteous and helt)ful to everyone who needed his services. He was ever ready and willing to do his duty, and, as a l)oliee officer, held the esteem and re- spect of the local residents and visi- tors alike. His death, due to heart failure, was very unexpected." O" RESOLUTION NO. 765 A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY OF AVALON, STATE OF CALIFOR- NIA, EXPRESSING REGRET UP- ON THE DEATH OF FRED C. PENNY, AND ITS APPRECIA- TION FOR THE SERVICES REN- DERED TO THE CITY AND ITS PEOPLE. WHEREAS there has been taken from this life one Fred C. Penny on December 13, 1940, and WHEREAS Mr. Penny served in the capacity of police officer with the rank of Sergeant for eight years, and dur- ing this period contributed much to the betterment of the City and to the high standard of living of the inhabitants; and especially did"he render a splendid service to the youth of the community. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE- SOLVED that the City of Avalon does by these presents express to his wife its sympathy in this hour of bereave- ment, and that this Resolution be duly sitzned by the Mayor of said City and the several Councilmen, attested to by the City Clerk, and a copy of said Resolution be sent to his wife, and that the same be published in the Catalina Islander. Adopted this 16th day of December, 1940. W. L. White, Mayor of the City of Avalon. Earl R. Pollok, City Business Manager. Councihnan, Ral0h Heywood. Councihnan. O. C. Hoover. Councilman, Percy E. Mackey. Councilman. Abe Perl~uss. ATTEST : Edith L. McKay. City Clerk of the City of Avalon. lg40 CELEBRATION GREETINGS By Harriet D. Waldman Celebration of ttie Savior's birth, Has inspired for us a sacred mirth. Rev'rence for the only Holy Child-- In His lowly manger, meek and mild-- Sings about this Gem of Bethlehem; Thrills the soul and fills the empty heart, More than zran~teur of ~he human art. And, if He's an honored Prince of Peace, Spirit of the Christmas must increase. where we did not have the on their scoring ability. Soroe players did not have an to play their matches, but them uo during the week. Pairings for next week's are as follows: National League Joe Lenorak 4 vs. Oscar Griff Sat Reyes 5 vs. John Re, yes Larry Browell 9 vs. Ed. S. D'Arcy 4 vs. Phil Heinz Frank D'Arcy 9 vs. Frank Tony Hernandez 4 vs. Jess M. Hernandez 8 vs. Vic Ly American League Julian Stiff 12 vs. E. Fred Paulson 15 vs. Art Clint I)urham 11 vs. Ray AI Pallas 15 vs. !. Garcia 11. Paul Hines 13 vs. Harry Ray Machado 11 vs. Bill Roy Taylor 13 vs. AI Chettle Pacific Coast LeagUe Preston Taylor 18 vs. Arch Roy Johnson 15 vs. Cecil Abe Perluss 18 vs. Dr. Jack Windle 18 vs. Wilbur Percy Mackey 17 vs. Lee Dr. Bussey 16 vs. Martin Harold White 18 vs. W. J. International LeagUo R. W. Smith 20 vs. Chief Ral0h Ellison 23 vs. J. Joe Green 20 vs. Powell Paul Smith 20 vs. Iim Gib' Jack Hannon 18 vs. T. John Parkins 20 vs. Charlie American Association Art Setberg 28 vs. W. J. Eric Wilcox 24 vs. Louis Norman Brooks 24 vs. Jack Harvey Cowell 24 vs. Roy Bill Dickman 24 vs. Bob C Harley Berning 27 vs. Roy Earl Concienne 24 vs. O. G. Tim Allen 30 vs. Roy BroWrJ CATALINA WOMEN'S CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP The first round of the Cat~ men's Golf Club under way and the matches close. Dorothy Gibbs came bang after being laid up to shoot one of her best 1 order to defeat Nel AdargO Even at that, Nel was he a 9th, but found more trouble Italians are findim~, on the neX to lose them all and then strong comeback to lose on green. In the next match, DorO will 0lay Mickey Phillips, thv Laurin plays Vida what promises to be a very test. Emma Pallas showed some to win from Pat White, Marion Willadsen. Ruth Griffith showed caliber when she went 20 from Billy Browell. This v'erv exciting and both nice golf. Following are the pai second round which Wednesday : Dorothy Gibbs 23 vs. lids 33. vida' Dorothy Laurin 38 vs. Icy 29. Emma Pallas 32 vs. MariO~ sen 38. Ruth Griffith 35 vs.