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PAGE SIX PUI=IL|SHED I='VERY WEDNESDAY AT W|NDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON CALl FORN IA E. WINDLE. EDITOR AND OWNER SUBSCRIPTION RATES, IN ADVANCE ONE YEAR ......... TWO DOLLARS Six MONTHS ..... ONE TWENTY-FIVE THRICE MONTHS . .SEVENTY.FIVE CENTS SINGLE COPIES ....... FIVE CENTS ADVERTISING RATES DISPLAY ADVERTISING SOC INCH, EACH INSERTION, SOO INCHES DURING A PERIOD OF SIX MONTHS, 3SO PER INCH. LINERS IOC PER LINE, MINIMUM 2SC. ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER MAR. Sl, 1914, AT THE POSTOPFICE AT AVALON, CALIFORNIA. UNDER THE ACT OF MARCH S, 1807. THE COLUMNS OF THE ISLANDER ARI OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC, ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWlNQ BUBJRC'rs : LOCAL POL|TICS AND GOVERNMENT, Plll'liNG, HUNTING ANO CAMPINQ* ITKMR OP L~L NEWS INTEREST WILL BIr GRI[ATLY AP* PRECIATE0. KILL 'EM WITH KINDNESS "BUILDING A SKY-SCRAPER" The above was the title of a special fihn shown at the Strand Theatre on Monday evening, in addition to the usual run. It illustrated the various processes in connection with the erec- tion of the great Wrigley building in Chicago, and was witnessed by a large audience. Several views took the observer all the way from the concrete foundation pillars, resting on bedrock over a hundred feet below the surface of the ground, clear to the top of the clock tower, hundreds of feet skyward. The methods of steel construction were shown, followed by pictures illus- trating the manner in which the beau- tiful tile exterior and the brick walls were laid and interlockedinto the steel frame of the building. 1 LATE LITTLE NEWS NOTES The sound of the pile-driver is heard in the land. It is hard at work on the enlargement of the pleasure pier. The children of the public schools of Long Beach District (which includes Catalina), are enjoying their spring va- cation this week. We understand that the youngsters are expected to appear for study again next Monday. A number of golf contests between Mrs. William Wrigley, Jr., and Mrs. Charles W. Wrigley of Chicago have been played on the Catalina links dur- ing the past month. The l'wo ladies enjoy the pastime very much, and both play an excellent and skillful game. The little, park and surrounding grounds at the Greek Amphitheatre are undergoing improvement at the hands of a corps of gardeners, under the direction of Albert Conrad, head gardener. The stone retaining wall about the northeasterly side of the park, and by the upper flight of steps SATURDAY EV {rs attendance in keeping with t~r: portance of the subject to be d!~en~ Catalina Island Lodge, No. 5/~est and accepted Masons, is to ~radt gratulated upon having been'] secure so brilliant and gifted al~L.~it as Dana R' Weller, a offr J~tI the Superior Court mL:s ~rn 1 county, and residents of the Isl!_ be denying themselves a distin~ ilege if they fail to turn out ~ this distinguished Mason Tl~el'un mittee in charge has arrangedIS il tractive musical program, and~ r everybody who can possibly c0~rn to this meeting a really "worth evening. Be sure to urge your te and neighbors to come with P It "A BOOSTER" 'e There is a "political fight" on for By Mickey Ahern l the municipal election April 14th, now leading to the band stand, are beingIri the April issue of "Radio ~ being waged among the voters of extended and renewed. The oht in- which, by the way, has an ad* I Avalon. The said fight has been go- cline railway landing, with its pergola, circulation of 300,000 copies, o~lef ing on for two months. Newspapers has been removed, thereby permitting1388 appears a batch of a half ~n are often charged with "starting psi|t- material enlargement of seating space or so "applause cards," recei~ ical fights." at the Amphitheatre. , various large broadcasting s~_. \Ve did not start this one! ~'--'-----"-- throughout the country from ap~Bt History tells us that Nations fight Ben "T. Welch of Philadelphia and at|re listners-in. /gr every hundred years. Large towns Homer Hammontree of Chicago are Showing up prominently on tlae| kl every 50 years. Towns of 100,000 popu- guestsof the Rev. Mel Trotter of lation every 25 years. Cities of the with a little insert view of Carla Grand Rapids, Michigan, at the Tuna Island, is one signed by Ha Y ~J "sixth class" every ten years. Club. The trio are spending their fin of Avalon, Catalina Island, O1 Avalon is a city of the sixth class, mornings on the golf links. Our re- nia. j ~, Not since the devastating fire of porter has been informed that BrotherThis card was addressed to gl~ 1915 has the Catalina Islander shown Hammontree occasionally acts as a ~1 Westinghouse Electric CoOa interest in politics, caddy for the other two enthusiasts.Broadcasting Station, at Ea~,~ \Ve have operated on the theory Mr. Welsh is returning east this week burg Penn and was Mr Di~'ll that no comnmnity could "growl and and Mr. Trotter has promised him a ' "' " f0~ ~ kick" and "pull, push and progress" at large fish, which he (Trotter) will tie token of his appreciation splendid concert rendered and re~| the same time. catch before the vacation is over. For Outside of the fact, the text ~ We believe that the majority of the a number of years Mr. Trotter has .... ; httle missive is to show to the r0~ . taxpayers in Avalon are strong for been an Island visitor. He has several of the Catalina Islander just w~,~ ' the "pull, push and progress." "fish catches" to his credit as an ang- enor'mous amount of gratis advet] i Taxpayers,and voters--look back as The Wrigley Building, Chicago let amt is a member of the Tuna was contributed to Catalina Isl~ few years. ['he town of Avalon ha Club. cause Harry Diffin thought en0~ been rebuilt, remodeled, beautified, un- Another series of views portrayed til it is now known as the "Garden the various operations in connection ~ his home town to have "apl'~| cards" printed up handsomelYJ spot of the World." with designing and making of the terra ~ -- AVALON, CATALINA ISLA,N~ Shall we spoil everything for POLI- cotta ornamental and other pieces. The nominating petitionfor Mr. ly standing out to attract one s ~'| TICS ? Then the finished building was Joseph McAfee as a candidate at the tion. J A wise community trys to avoid shown. The accompanying print givesmnnicipal election April 14 was circu- Three hundred thousand re~] making the same mistake twice, but a faint idea of the beauty of the lated by John D. MacLean. It was and no doubt three to five times~ We could smear this clean, white building as shown in the views Mon-also signed by John D. MacLean,Win- number, because each issue is ha~ book stock paper with a political mud- day evening, nie S. MacLean, C. H. Mess|ok, W.D. along to other members of the f~ slinging contest. And, for what ? If, The audience greeted with cheers a Burnham, Mrs. M. F. Burnham and or friends, who will read that pngt| as a newspaper term, for the "protec- Tony Hansen. The document was filed cause it is attractive. CATALIN'~] tion of Avalon," we could poke and with the city clerk March 24, 1924. LAND is imbedded in their ff~] --- and who knows but at some ftt] The Candidates are: For Trustee time when they may be visiting (three to be elected): fornia and ai'e met with an adve~! Ed Stanton (incumbent) " ment of CATALINA ISLAND, ~'] W. H. I-tevren (incumbent) is instantly recalled to their In|tad1 W. J. Walton (incumbent) possibly results in a journey t0"| rmnmage among a few human gar- bage piles. We could analyze "char- acters," and, in the enthusiasm of bat- tle, "burn and roast them to a brown frazzle." But, what's the use? There are two methods to win a battle."Kifl 'era with kindness." and fight. Frankly, folks, we, as a newspaper, take the position that there are enough thinking people in Avalon to "kill off the kickers with kindness." Let's try that method first! It is only nine years since our last fight, and all our wounds are healed. Moral--A wound does not heal as quickly the second time. The Catalina Islander office will next week complete a run of 100,000 "General Folders" for the Wilmington Transportation Company. These fol- ders portray in an attractive way the charms of Catalina Island, and tell how it may be reached. Mr. Wrigley Watching the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field, Ava!o'a J. H. McMinn J. Albert C. W. Carver. Mrs. Naoma C. Boone Joseph McAfee. For Treasurer : ,'1". M. Polhamus. For City Clerk: Ethel D. Kilgour. close-up of Mr. Wrigley standing in the entrance of the building, which stands as a monument to his business sagacity and success. Mr. and Mrs. Wrigley, with a party of friends, Mrs. Charles Wrigley, Mr. and Mrs. David M. Renton and family, and other invited guests, were present to enjoy *l,e ~-e ,,:~, .:-~: fair shores, and another ,,booster[ made therefrom. ,a~ The man who blows his town'S i~ and uses his hammer for builditag~ poses only, is an asset. Many of| type are to be found fortunatel.Y'I~ ~ Avialon. It should be 100 percem' [ ! It's great to be a booster, ~| And not a quaint old rooster J Crowing about the faults he ~1 finds. ;The best cure for a knocker Is the donation of a rocker--- Sit him at home and close up ~11 blinds. Anyway, it pays to advertise" YOU HAVE THE GOODS! ............... iF .............. I1111 lllr llFllll]l .............. "'~ '