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The Catalina Islander
Avalon, California
January 30, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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January 30, 1924

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IE CATALINA ISLANDER ' PAGE ELEVEN club house eeing busses. ~ctric system. system. me mountain trails. transfer COmpany. auto fire truck. Pacific ocean. any species of birds. remarkably healthy. few flies or fleas. picture theatre. :n.t.y-one miles long. Ipal pleasure pier. water system. Fire Brigade. newspaper. sea fishing. beds and volcanic ash. )athing in still water. PERTINENT FACTS ABOUT PLAYING AND LANDING ' ALON AND CATALINA ISLAND A BIG TUNA AT CATALINA .nd resort. --- ---" endid soil. (Continued from Page 2, Column 3) >lie library, weeks in August with my very dear mis courts. trist resort, friends Gibson and Airy, than whom riter resort, there are no finer fellows, on the Lake rimer resort. Fork of the Gunnison River in Colors- ; gas plant, do. I shall never forget the other two a city hall. e bath house, in the day's catch, and how every cry little frost, evening we weighed, measured and en- )ort~ golf links, gaged in friendly banter and argument -qept ane system, over the big ones. The day I caught any good hotels, mv tuna I could visualize my two ~l||.U|ill||ll~ d acres in area. .geological formations. for elderly people. en and one-half miles wide. nights almost unknown. practically unknown. and bridle trails. Indian village sites. prominent mountain peaks. rains during the summer. any interesting coves and bays. Orizaba, 2100 feet elevation. canoes and power craft. and lead ores are found. "Cubs" spring training field. Climate the year through. Jack, 2000 feet elevation. reets graded and paved. steamers to and from mainland. cafes, cafeterias and dinning stage road to the Isthmus, 25 largest native wild animals are splendid board walk along the sea shore. ~at rock-crushing plant at Pebble each. tandard Oil gasoline and oil supply station. high pressure salt water fire pro- "tion. ~ol, grammar grades and kin- Fire Girls and Boy Scouts or- gamzations. POwer boats with 'the same control as automobiles. Wonderful submarine gardens o en all th- , P M- .~ year. agmhcient Casino dance hall o en Tall the year. P ge~:y-seven miles south of Los An- , ~ narDor. Is a part of Los Angeles Count , State A of California. Y Splendid fleet of power fishing hun- a ches for hire. "r'L .... -ants ~]ub." ~e water on the lee side of the Is- I~ia~-.~ ts seldom rough. ,,_ ironwood tree groves--practicalt T_~"K.nown on the mainland. Y eJephone Connection by cable with all Parts of the.United StanttS.of the Breezes, from whmhever o t-ifrePass., from oft the ocean waters. ~aelt~a)s Owned by a corporation- ,, ~ pants L;atalina Island Corn an ~as br P Y" anch of the Pacific Southwest rust and Savings Bank of Los An- geles. Among the Catalina wild quail, the fe- males are crested the same as the males. WOnderful growth of wild flowers ~u:ut~sthe early spring and summer .. , ~n