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APRIL 16, 1930 J- WHITE TIST ral Surgery 128 HOSPITAL for Medical Service. Laboratoriea Nurses TILBPHONE 6S ' QENUINE AL WILSON TACKLE. 'The llwmo' T New UNA, SWORDFISH, BONITA 2_-t.ao___g MFG only by AL WILSON COMPANY S l '~olsom Street, rancisco, Calif. ;2 Uvenlrs the. Sign of g Curio Store Catalina PIER Y~tr MARKET ANGLERS Propria, tor~ Phone 32 WiNDLE PUBLIC ed Oh%e F.&A.H. of each month at Vi~l~ta hrethr~m ale with your us to send ear. Two dol- memories of PAGE FIVE WHY WE DO IT By Mehran tC Thomson, Ph. D. Author of "Springs of Human Action" WHY WE whom he had start- They had been good " friends back home, M. K. Thomson without discovering . . . a fundamental difference in their I F're'Ac~dent'Cmpensat'l'[Life,Theft.Ere- views of life. Wilson was the studious ] Representing Only Reliable Companiu [ type, who wanted to visit the art gal- L J. E. MATHEWSON, Avalon3 leries . His friend was bored by these relics of the past . He called Wilson Monday, April 21--The four Marx House Agent: "Th,e garden may: seem small, madam, but I'm sure yo~ Brothers, Oscar Shaw and Mary Eaton in "The Cocoanuts;" a Christy Com.will find it large enough for your rc4 edy, "The Lady Fare," and Roy Sed-quirements." ! ley and his Night Club Revile in aAmateur Gardener's Wife: "l'//J Musical Novelty. afraid it won't do. Yon shotlld jusl~ LOSE FRIENDS Tuesday, April 22--Norton Terris have seen the marrow Henry grew las~ V' i " and J. Harold Murrey in "Marri.~d in year.--Fshmg Gazette. , [ A few years ago I Hollywood;" and a Universal Somld f . , t met. in Antwerp a News. I Phone 202 / y o u n g American Wednesday, April 23--Irene Bordo- [ DAVE FALQUIST , | ni and Jason Robards in "Paris;" a CARPENTER CONTRACTOR ] school master by the Clark and ,, McCullough Comedy, ] JOBBER ' 1 name of Wilson. He "Knights Out. said he had just ~-:o:~ [ (Next Door to Fire Dept.) | parted company with If you don't take the Catalina Is- LMetropole Ave. Avalon, Calif.J the friend w i t h lander, tell us the reason why. _ i, " pl Mark's Coffee Sh0 Crescent Avenue near Steamer Pier.[ CATALINA'S NEW AND i| MODERN CAFE | a fool for wasting time on them when '~ "~ h,e might go out and see how the peo | F O R D S / FOR WINTER RATES SEE pie are now living, especially at night and during the wee hours of the morn- [HUBBARD AUTO SALES CO.[ MRS, A. P. NELSON Direct Catalina Service.l Also for good buys m~e part with friends when we discov- [Ask the driver of any New Ford[ er an important difference in our view ] about the thrill of driving one. 1 "NO BUYS LIKE OURS" c~f life, just as we make friends when [775 So. Central Ave., Los Angdml 121 Claressa Ave. Phone 140 we find something in common. In %, J ,,, , su~ch a case the break is sudden and r final, as it was with Wilson antl his ] ~. friend. There was no hard feeling. I ~ m. t~ JACK SCHOOLFIELD They simply came to the conclusion l MECHANICAL SERVICE___--- that each would go his own way. Success sometimes turns a m;m's no|po 1 head so that he thinks he is to*)good [ Marllle RepullD-/illch0raoes for his old friends. The reverse is also true. If your friends succeed and l "'--- - ...... ~ 115 Whittley Ave. Phone l~-J rise in the world more rapidly than~ you do, you are rather diffident about j following up the old fri.endship for '~ fear that they will think you are after ] Phone Westmore 1169 PRIVATE AMBULANCE their money or some favor or other. l Frequently we lose friends by drift- IVY H. OVERHOLZER ing apart int.elleetually as well as geo- F-LJ IM I=" [::~/~,l [:)l I:~ I:":~"l-Ol::~ graphically Friendship grows by what it feeds upon. The things which made -'~ ~ ~ the friendship may cease to exist. If a common interest it] baseball was the Lady Attendant Los Angeles, California chief tie of friendship between you __~ and George, and you become so ah- sorbed in making a living that y-u lose interest in baseball, you also lose ~~ interest in your friend Georg.e. .... " ':, ~ ~',-...!(.;~ Some people lose friends ,~. ;;~ Main St. near 7th they can't hold them any more than ~' "'~ some others can hang on to money. '~ Los Angeles, Calif. There are spendthrifts in friendships LARGE AUTO PARK IN REAR as there are in wealth. With some it is an indoor spo"t to 200 feet from Pacific Electric Station change friends rapidly. They get a thrill out of n.ew conquests, and quick- 300 Rooms, Bath privilege $1.50 ly tire of old ones. They are fickl.% 200 Rooms, Private toilet $2.00 and incapable of sustained loyalty to 200 Rooms Private Bath ,$2.50 any person. Taking too much for grained, Headquarters for Catalina people thoughtlessness, and jealousy, are ad- ditional causes for losing friends. "He ~" who has ceased to enjoy his friend's superiority has ceased to love him." Why we do it. Ask Dr. Thomson. Write him care of this paper, enclos-" ins a self-addressed and stamped en- velope for reply. Copyright 1929 ~'~-- :O :- AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM \Vedn~sday, April 16--Josephine Dunn, Daphne Pollard, Lee Tracy and Stepin Fetchit in "Big Time;" Alberta Vaughn and AI Cooke in a Record Breaker Comedy, "Old Vamps for New," and a Si!ly Symphony, "Spring- tim~." Thursday, April 17--Colleen Moore iu "Footlights and Fools;" a Checker C~medy, "Turkey for Two," and a Novelty, "Th, Fair Deceiver." Tarpon. Tuna Deep Sea or Ocean Reel Friday, April 18.--Kenneth McKen- FOR SALE BY na. Paul Page and Walter McGrail in "Men Without Women." (Part of this H.D. MacRAE COMPANY, AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND picture was taken at the Isthmus). A TUFTS-LYONS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES Christy Comedy, "The Spy," an3 an B.H. DYAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES Audio Review. NEW YORK HARDWARE TRADING CO., Los Angdm, Califormlm Saturday, April 19--Jean Arthur and OR ANY OTHER DEALER, OR DIRECT FROM THE MANUFACTURER, Buddy Rogers in "Y~ung Eagles;" a Jack White musical number, with his vom .\fun[re:tiers, and a comedy, "Zip, 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK Boon], Bang." Sunday, April 20--Jolm Barry:nore, The largest manufacturer of Hand-Made Rods. Reels and Tackle of Marion "Nixon, Jacque!ine Logan and every description in America. ttobart Bosworth in "General Crack;" CmACOG No. 1B--172 PAGES--ON REQUEST ESTABLISHED 186"1' a Universal Sound News.