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PAGE FOUR THE CATALINA I I I I shelves of your New, this wonderful lacquer finish " that dries in half an hour; new, but your Fuller Dealer has it for you. And he'll tell you how others have applied it themselves; how it gives old floors rt new lustrous surface that will not mar nor chip--how old furniture has been made radiantly new. Proof against soap, oils, greases, gasoline and other liquids. Two kinds-- NrrROKOTE O NrrROKOTE FOR FLOORS ENAMEL of wood, concrete for furniture,and or linoleum woodwork These FuUer Dealers Sell Nitrokote Catalina Hardware Company 'W. P. FULLER & CO. "I3S NORTH LOS ANGELES STREET - LO~ ANGELES Branches m zo l~attF~ t~oast Cities Factories in SAN FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES PORTLAND Distrtbutors of.. Valspar on the Pacific Coast 77 YEARS EXPERIENCE'----YOUR ASSURANCE OF FULLER QUALITY VARNISHES PIONEER WHITE LEAD 2526 IF INTERESTED IN AVALON SUBSCRIBE FOR THE ISLANDER f Built on a Scienti6c Principle Old as Archery But Brand New to the Angling Game In strength, lifting power, resilliency and finish Shaver "DUALWOOD" rods, laminated of two woods personally selected for totally different properties successfully withstand the tensions and compressions in- cidental to the hardest and longest battle and COME BACK STRAIGHT! That they outclass yet produced for heavy sea angling is the unanimous verdict of famous anglers now using them. Regulation DUALWOOD Rods $35 ROY F. B. SHAVER. 233 West 42nd Street. Los Anueles Twenty Years a Deep Sea Angler and Custom Rod Builder. J Cole Paint Store CHIROPODIST Dr. Grace Hathaway (Formerly of Pasadena~ Now located at 115 Claressa Ave, Avalon CATALINA By Floy Etna \Vatkins Magic Isle! Your beauty brings, Divine homesickness of the soul; The fingers of the powers above Attune the waves that round you roll. The harmony I hear along Your shores is like the matchless sound Of heav'n's long, lost refrain--a chord That master's soul hath never found. The radiant roof of heav'n that spreads Above you as a beauteous crown Seems but a canopy of love, That raineth rest and peace adown. .,. Thy Avalon is like a vale Of Happy Valley, glimpsed in dreams; The mirrored depth of heav'nly blue That laps her feet celestial gleams. And when the sure physician, death, Shall heal my wounds with his grim smile, I would in thy warm arms to rest, Fair Catalina! Magic Isle! GLAND SECRETION DRIVES HEART WITH NERVES CUT B.v Science Service) :\ melhod of complete denervation of the heart of an animal which has facilitated study of the effect of elno- tions on the body was described by 1)r. \\'alter IL Cannon and l)r. ,q. \V, F, ritlon of Harxard ['niversitY0, in a paper read before the National Acad- emy of Science- in \Vashington on Tuesday morning of last wvek. The method of cutting ~d'f the heart frolll tile nerv,}tlS system leaves tilt' adrenal glands, which play so import- ant a part in emotions, as the only glands affecting' the heart action. \\:hen fear or anger is aroused, the adrenals secrete adrenin, which makes the heart beat faster and speeds up the body mechanisn~, so that throe is more energy foe fighting t,r for es- calm. It was tlpeviously' known that the denervated heart is extraordinarily sensitive to adrenin. Such a heart wonhl beat faster when adrcnin was present in thc blood circulating through it in the ratio of one part in more than a billion. By their method. the two psychologists found that even if the animal changed from lying down to walking, the heart rate ira- creased 10 to 13 beats a minttte. l'~niotional excitement without much muscular activity incrcascd the rate about 20 beats a ntinute. And in ag- g ressixc rage, when there was great inuscttlar stress, the heart was sonle- limes accelerated ;Is ranch as 70 or ~) beats per minute. That this speeding up Of the heart is due to increased secretion of adren- ill by the adrenal ntcdulla was de- monstrated by cutting off the secre- tion. \Vhen this was done, the in- crease of heart rate was only from five to 10 beats a ntint~te. These tests show that emotional ex- eitentent may cause prolonged upset- ting of' the fnuctions of the body, Dr. Cannon fonnd. "The effects produced by emotional excitement acconlpanied by struggle are recovered front slowly," he stated. "]n an instance such activity lasting only a minttte caused heart accelera- tion which did not subside until 22 ininutes had passed." Control of the voluntary eleinents in an emotional situation may remark- ably lessens the bodily disturbance, in the opinion of the two physiologists. THE CATALINA ISLANDER Come to Catalina for the rest of your life. Good in whichever sense you choose to take it. Have you paid your subscription to The Catalina Islander? Make us hap- py, too! Thank you. NO CHILD NEED CONTRACT ()lit_" of the llhlSt illlportaltt of tile physical examinations ren ,,,,-h , ellter school next beitlg conducted throtlghottt nia, is the provision of against diphtheria. This for 30 years ha'; been one ot disastrous of all chihhen's has now been ntadc absoltfl rentable, l'~ery chiht who tcr school for the iirsl the coming fall nlonths shottld mnnized a u:tittst dil+hthcria rents can provide this their childrctt and insure thetll contracting this sel'itms doctol"of medicine can againstdipllthcria. The siinple, produces no ill effects in lit~ \vo.y ,tallgerotlS to The wise parcnt will guard the risk of ha~ing his child the disease by givinghittt prolecti~,n that inununizati If c~cI'y child OllC oi over were illllnunizcd theria it wouht soon be a disease. {'nlike mt`,st of the other cable diseases of children has no characteristic cru caused by a gei'lll infeclit,u " " 0[ tt'll leads tO the fornlalloU ish-whitc nle;nbrane ill the air t)/lssa.~ t'>. Somctilnes brant, ~,rt,,,vs larRe ent*ngh the :lit" p;.tssage alld the ally chokes to death. there is no ~isiblc incinbraIle'l the l,atient ]nay suffer fi-olll tr,.qnely severe type of the "/'his is due to tbc powerfttl ltOiSOltS that RI'C c, mrsc of the disease. TheSe work terrific damage on the other organs of the body. fact That makes diphtheria most dexastatin~ of all diseases. Parents are juslifi' ing a wholesome fear ot Chihhen entering school first time make new other children from other hoods acid the risk of connmmicable tliseases at beeontes greater. fore, is necessary in order chiht may not contract Every chihI has a right to healthy as~ human make him. There is no to help a child than to with adeqnate protection tracting diphtheria. The in the matter is plain and be no hesitation in secttrirlg, zation. Some health that the time is eonting w death from diphtheria will upon as one of crinfinal and, therefore, a case for a jury to act ttpon, At the pre~ there is no excuse for failure advantage of this protective The wise parent will have ren imnlunized against x~-ithout delay.--State Board \Veekly Bulletin. THIr CATALINA ISLANOIEj# The Catalina Islander will correspondence on problen~S chological nature. "We'll teR the world t" Islander to your friends. "Keep Avalon a We pledge our help l