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The Catalina Islander
Avalon, California
April 16, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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April 16, 1924

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P Weekly at Avalon, Santa Catalina Island, California. Avalon's official ..... ~1 , containing the local news of this wonderful Island World. Official Avalon: Year-rouna mecca, xor tourists .and travemrs. ~d ) of the Light Tackle Club, an organization of sea-angling sportsmen; 13oating, bathing, golf, tennis, baseball, rmmg, waimng, b training field for the Chicago "Cubs" and Los Angeles "Angels' fishing, marine gardens. Unexcelled accommodations. r~ i~lVl~ CENTS AVALON SANTA CATALINA ISLAND CALIFORNIA. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 16. 1924. VOL. Xl. NO. 14 [~" ~....__'( '---aintalncd CATALINAduring the winter ISLAND:' IN ALL' t r he New Catalina Island Yacht Club1 t . ork will be comnmnced this week l G B Wilson E C \Vilson W W Iman is cordially invited to become aT a note therefor. They own the club II ,,ix the i "" .... ,, " ! .... constructmn of the new head-iWllson, J. \V. Jump, H. G. Miller, C. Imember. Iproperty and vote for and are eligible II % " g float 12x50 feet which is L. D. Ho,llingsworth, A. R. Sanger, J./Wilson, president; Chas. R. Ramsey [games of baseball to the Lniversitv of [] ~ being constructed at the Harbor T. Diekson, Morgan Adams, D.R. Rad-lfirst vice-president; Horace G. Miller, California--It to 2 and 8 to 5. " ][ Works East San Pedro, will pro-I / [ ]] ~cle ample landing facilities for the ~_ ~~ ,.. ~[embers of the organization and their] -~'-'~'~_ ~, "~--.-7-'-.--..~_~ II ~uests ~- --' . ~-'--'",~ " ~- ) \Z~" I I I ...- .__ -2,z ." .~ ~ ~ X-'2~--- < The J ~ '~ /" [ ~ --=--~ , ra-' pier will extend out from the i ' II a;;tt building approximately 50 feet, 1 =~d/'_.-~/ i ~'~ ?@: j~[It'~'--- II .... there will be two sep0,rate gang-I----_7~-_~- ~ ).) ~ ~ ""-'J[ /~\ - 11 d;;Ys frm the pier to the float. Aniple j - ~/~(-~-~--~-- ~ /rJJ 7:: lit II th2it for all yachts ,viii be found on i ,('~/ _(/ / ~ '~/ -S-" /It H -';OUter edge of the landing float. [ _.~_~( ~!{ ' ~ -e .~_~c-~ ~~ -~~',. ]l ue i ' i . ::: , - ~ ~:~ ~.~T,.-. ~. . ..~ - . . UIllC ' . . . C G Pur.lM. " . --~ - -.- r~a.atlon with boats equipped with ]1, Whil .....+ o~ H ,, e the+ ..... s~,,. ,, ruaain-"~n the easterlv., side of the building ~_~_ _ _ ~ i --'- ,a,d. g out to the end of the pier ~ ,Z - "-~- U to lng float will be a snspended walk ..... ~ ................. II ue n..~ . , . ' Arcnntect s ~rawlngor ~muDnouse for ~atalina island Yacht t;lub , the uOeU Dy mnployees anct also ior :'=. 11 tak,.g s.pp!,cs o. for< Van onbe sh im< Chgs. Uub- s c nd vic -presidcnt; J s. W. Jump l ASSESSEV 11 b me amerent achts anti motor ~ ,- 0a Y 1 r M n n nd W Webster iI n dl rs a 1 ts.N .......... be 1, M. Hesselberge , J. :. La gto, a . W" so, 'recto , nd[ At the meeting of the city counci 11 he ear the ena ot this WInK wm loea ..... Jr., L. M. Charles, F. L. Ripley, Pau! E.~. Abbott, secretary and treasurer, ilast Friday, City Attorney ;~Baker re- II teo the signal mast d a The n " Jeffers, R. J. Cope, Otto G. Wilder/ all'of them yachtrnen. [ported that he has deposit6 war- 11 he uoat and the two gangways will rern ..... and honorary member William Wrig- ~ere are five classes of member-Irant for $10,025.65, drawn by the city ]l h ,,ve~ aiter the sunllner season " tit the ...... ' ley, Jr. sht~ viz:: Regular; Boat-Owning; As-[in favor of the county clerk, also a [[ ~td mare landing on the westerly .' e of ......... A big drive for membership was:,soiate~ Junior and Honorary. The!warrant for $3,024.67 in favor of the II he rile'me, outer end ot the pier. wnt commenced last week and Secretary" m~mbership fee for Regular and Boat- ' county clerk in case No. 118108 super- 11 0nths. E.R. Abbott, who was in Avalon Sun" owriing members is at present $1.00, for court, in the.county clerks office, i] The: day said: pltls war tax; dues $20 per year, plus Los Angeles county, to pay for prop- 11 h%t ane_wfll be ample mooring, shore "This club has been organized for war tax. Associate and Junior men> erty of Ross Rae Thomas, and other [] and a na landing facilities provided the sole purpose of giving yachtmen be, rs~ fee is $25, plus war tax, dues $10 heirs, and the Los Angeles Salt Lake II %_ Safe place to tie skiffs, of our Southland the conveniences that i ~r year. In addition to the member- Railway Company condemned in saidI] "~ll i ' of t.e following are charter members have been lacking so ninny years at ;ship, fee, each Regular member willaction by law. This is for the open- [] ne Catalina Island Yacht Club:Avalon, and ever)" Corinthian yachts- loan the club the sum of $400 and take ing of St. Catherine WaY. 11 II t