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PAGE FIVE i~~l swordfisll again with Sam Riccolo. seeing s(,n~ething that catches her eye. California/Vlotorists "Adios, regards and mud in your Th~ most interesting early Ameri- eye. can looking house is at Catalina and "H. 'Mickey' 3.hern." Beacon.. ~ Enjoy Week Ends i A Few Substantiates Monty Strawn was once an ama- teur wrestler. To see him stripped The new fountain and surroundings should be known as "Pottery ~Shop i'laza"--an Eddie Upton idea. 1 have seen lots of smiles, but no one can smile hke lfarry l'reemont, or cloud up like Larry Paper. 1 wonder how Dave Falquist would look in a beret ? Harold Cooper still has a king of hearts hair cut. What would the boys say or do if Earl Henthorne blossomed out with spats ? What has become of Joe Mulvihill, who once owned the Acme Care? Joe Guion is not optimistic any to the waist, he is a mass of muscle. Tom Daly walks as straight as a soldier, and is my idea of a swell fellow: Vic Dolan reports he had a very enjoyable Easter vacation. Advertising brings results.Put it in the Islander. Read the Islander. See you next week. --:0:~ Catalina Island-- the place where quietness and repose soothe ragged nerves and renews health and happ~- ness. That California motorists have a @4 cided propensity for week-end Otltings~ due to idea] climatic conditions is well. known. To just what extent this in2 clination is prevalent was revealed by! a road transportation survey made b)! the I)ivision of Highways for Stat~ l)irector of Public W'orks Earl Lee! Kelly. The investigation disclosed that fo~ the greater part of the state, the corn-: bined Stmday and Monday traffic av-. erages 30.6 per cent of the total for a; typical week. The use of motor vehicles, it was'. fourld, is confined largely to the per-~ more. Every time a taxpayer gets has head ~ {~0[~ll[l]a l~]0lld [0dg0,F,~,~, iod between 6 a.m. and 10 p.m., over~ above water, someone swats him with ~, ~ ~ I~,~,.S~4 87 per cent of all traffic Occurring: an oar. A Meets every Friday Night of eacl~ during this portion of the day. 7 li/lleult to cnrl those back locks Toby Baker and his wife, skipping ,,/fl~,'~ month at 7:30 in Foresters Hall. Seasonal variation of tra~c in the; ~~ning but did you ever try along. (If I go skipping they'll probi. ~ Visiting brethren are welcome, largerjuly citieSoniS slight. Last year,:. &" t ' " traffic the main city streetsi hem around a cold curling ably wheel me home). [ ~ JOttN J. WHITE, Master IBl~ltt~lP~ing the ends firmly and A beginner's music to me is regard- F.M. PAULSON, Secretary exceeded that of January by onivone per cent. Traffic on rural roads oni '~ !1t~ the iron upward? Slip the ed as sheer clatter. . ~ the other hand, shows ~ pronouiaced! ~I1~ If ~otlr permanent IS still Capt. George Farnsworth is known variation during the year, and this t1~ p "'~etable the curls will stay in in the fishing world as "Ttma Gcorge". variation is more marked on county; ol He arid Harold Stamford just re- roads than on rural state highways.: July traffic on tlie latter exceededI ~'~ turned from a three-day fishing trip. The girIs' hearts in Avalon go pit- a-pat when they see Bing Crosby on the screen. iv,h,,... _ / UUND AVALON Lee },erigold, who once worked as a cowboy on the Island, writes he is now working as stock foreman on the l~y Wail Hearst Ranch at San Simeon. ~ Otis Dunlap wiggles both feet slow- see and think about whilely while reading. This same type of column graced a~rough Avalon: the pages of the American newspap- 'xrece Fed from a pal to all: ers in France, the "Stars and Stripes" .~orman Wall, and dear and "Cro." tclge Windle ~lr. Smith, Art Jimmy Glendye talks P a 1 m tad that oleJ gang of mine: Springie, but us Islanc[ers will stick quite elated to read your in- to Avalonish, Column a couple of issues I somehow always call Freddy t still have many friends in Strawn, grney. fe, a tho' I am in far-away "Scotty" Brown says: "The 18th elated to say I should re-of April was the first day of Jewish table mention and also that passover. We all can eat kosher now." good friends haven't for- Sid Sn,fith shuns publicity. Wife and two children. Do : Islander? I say I do. Bob Avalon s most romantic fellow is George Mangum, yet his name has and I peruse every line in never figured in a romance. paper. The girls sigh in vain at the sight :fUl if Lloyd Rude is rUnr~ of John Snyder. -outltry Club. I remembe , AnAv Baylor likes tweed suits, but , he generally liked a rood- not with baggy trousers. af a whole apple pie, a la Who can remember when a divorce then wash it down with a was a scandal? filL. . And what a thrill I had the first ed where you said they time I was out after midnight. And )oking waitress in the girls had to be home by 9 p.m. at' the -am while fixing my latest. I used to blush in those days! the gray locks, must Joe Davis could be Avalon's ace Lo- see her some time, yow- thario if he wanted to--but would rather play tennis. Frances Hannison always looks as cool as a daisy. I have never seen her otherwise. Mary Perluss very seldom passes the Cinderella Dress Shop without )ns to your good it up. It's like a let- ]e. Regards to all the and we do miss you Would love to chase some JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SERVICE A SERVICE TO SEAMEN MARINE REPAIRS i ~ESREPAIR TUG ISLAN,DER ANCHOR G , TORA(iE SPACE "ailable with the Santa Catalina hland Company in the Casino | of MR. BAILEY, Re l Estate Del rtment [ ATT[NTtON IN making speed in our work we do not sacrifice eff~ciency nor thoroughness. It is a tribute to our skill that we can combine speed with efficiency. You never have to call us twice. The first request always brings US. ori W. orson PLUMBING Sheet Metal Work FRIGIDAIRE 117 Whittley Ave. Phone Kstablished 1921 the January traffic by fifty per cent,I while on the county roads, the in-! crease was approximately 136 per cent.' Records maintained for several years l past indicate that about 56.5 per cent of the total annual traffic occurs dur- ing the seven months, January to July.__ .- o : A winsome widow who aside from being hopelessly simple, is simply hopeless, writes the Atlantic City Press that she has loved and lost three lmsbands--all named William~ "Does this,' she wails, "signify any- thing ?" "Certainly ~oes," assures the world- lv editor "It means that you've had the Willies." I DR. JOHN J. WHITE "1 ] DENTISTRY / [ X-RAY / i r~L~HON~ ~ ~s ] ( CATALINA HOSPITAL / L_ , , 2P I Catallna Hospital I ~ompletelv equivped for Medical,/ [ ,qur~ieal "and Obstetrical Service / [ X-Ray e.d D;agnoSlie l~lborato~es [ ] Greduate Regist~red Nurses [ / 207 ~UMNER AVK. TKLIPHONIK 611 ~ ._.._J Tarpon, Tuna, Deep Sea or Ocean Reel FOR ~ALE BY H. D. MacRAE" COMPANY, AVALON, CATALINA ISLAND TUFTS-LYONS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES B. H. DYAS COMPANY, LOS ANGELES NEW YORK HARDWARE TRADING CO., Los Angeles, Cadifornia OR ANY OTHER DEALER. OR DIRECT FROM THE MANLIFACTURF-R yonl 92 FULTON STREET, NEW YORK The larEest manufacturer of Hsnd-Made Rods, Reels aqd T.aclde of every description in America. CATALOG NO. 18...~!7~t PAGKS.~--ON RlqUslrr "EIITAieI.,IIDII[ID 18117