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PAGE FOUR THE MAGNETIC HILL Having heard so nmch about the most weird phenomenon in California, situated at the head of Sunset boule- vard in the 9900 block, northwest of Sherman, a certain member of the staff of the Hollywood Free Press be- came curious and sought time to make investigation. It was found that :iuto- mobiles seemingly run up hill without gas or power. On the hill the Escrow Indians were wont to worship their great Sun God and to marvel at the magnetic phenomena. This little rep- resentative discovered Professor Win- ter, the world's greatest astrologist, who is camping in the hills and has endeavored to discover the impulse attracting the cars along Magnetic Hill, He found it to be the salne as that derived from the sun, moon and solar system. Read the following article written by Forest G. Winter: Solar Electricity and Magnetic Hill By Forest G. Winter Where there is movement or motion there must he power. The earth re- volving on its axis is given its impulse by the sun or solar electricity. This energy also passes to the center of the earth, meets resistance and passes out the north pole to the north pole star. There it meets final resistance and is converted into magnetism and returns to the sun, making the earth's axis. On the first half of its journey it is constructive, but on the return journey is destructive to all forms of life. It is from this last that we derive our present light and power. If the earth revolves by reason o~ an electric current passing around the equator, then there must be magnets on the earth about equally spaced for attraction, and as solar electricity will not pass through salt water the mag- nets shouId be found surronnded by this element. In lool~ing over the earth I discover Japan on or near the 238th degree lon- gitude. England and Ireland on the 0 or zero and California (formerly an island, the gulf extending to San Fran- cisco), Santa Catalina and San Cle- mente on the ll8th degree longitude, or about equally distanced around the globe. We would expect to find a form of rock on these islands'different from other lands and acting as magnets, and such is the case, at least on San Clemente, Catalina, and in the Holly- wood hills. 1 have discovered Catalina to be the attractor for the sun, and the Holly- wood hills for the planets of our solar system, the former being electric, the latter magnetic. According to this the- or)', as this California isle, "that Ca- (Continued on Page 5, Column 2) SP2A-ORENO Ii t~erb Cuttyhunk line. In Idzes 6 to 36 thre~L KING . ORENO Ne. 986. In 6 coiors. Body length is 6~ inches. (Above) Two 105 pound Tunas and three Onos ranging from 32 to 67po ounds. Taken on a TARP-ORENO in the Hawaiian lslanda. TARP- ORENO No. 979. In 6 colors. Body length 8 inches. P~t- anted Swivel Sockets. Supplied with 2 double hooks if wanted. KNOWLES AUTO- MA TIC STRIKER SPOON. A wobblin spoon bait in several Sizes and finishes. C P 1 K E - ORENO No,975. For small- er ~alt-water fish. 1 0 colors. Body length 4~ in. At All Better Sporting Goods Stores IN ATLANTIC WATERS of{" thecoast of Florida, as well as New Jersey--in Pacific waters along the California and North Pacific Coasts--in the waters of the Gulf of Mexico, Honolulu and the West Indies--the success of the TarpOreno is recorded through remarkable catches of Tarpon, Tuna and other salt- water species, even Swordfish up to 225 pounds. It's a new thrill-the taking of salt-water fish on artificial bait. And the Tarp.Oreno has taken most every kind of fighting salt-water fish. In the Coast.Oreno and King-Oreno salt-water anglers have baits of a similar, erratic, wobbling, diving action to the q'arp.Oreno, just as strongly equipped, only of smaller size more suitable for the smaller species. These baits are recommended for Tarpon, Tuna, Swordfish, Amber Jack, Barracuda, Kingfish,Jack-fish, Grouper, Albacore, Channel Bass, Striped Bass, Bluefish, Weak-fish, Bonita, Roballo and others, ID 522 High Street South Bend, Ind. THE CATALINA 2/lfter every lngersoi Redipoint We have them priced to $2.00. A useful children and grown ups. AVALON DRU(i 405 Crescent AvenUe LYLE PENDEGA Attorney at 622 Stock Exchange 639 So. SPRING Los Angeles The Catalina Islander will correspondence on problems chological nature. EI NEST WIN Notary Legal Documonte Promptly Executed News Stand 0pp. Boos Roofs Repaired Phone Avs[~' C.C. W.B' MELBOURNE & DE( rING 229 Metropole Ave. flUBBARB AUTO SALES AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN MOTORS REBUILT And Returned in Three DsYJ CLAUDE WALTON AVALON REPRESENTATIV~ LADLES, YOUR Let Mrs. do your SPRING DREI Late Styles--City Prices---GoOd Apartment 22, Dorris Clemente Avenue