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PAGE TWO i SAYS" (Sunshine Psychology Service) "'Why don't you start a Sunshine Psychology Club?' asked a man the other (lay. So I told him that when we got enough volunteers to fill the offices for such an organization, we would elect a president and secretary. I told him, too, that I didn't want any office; but if the organization turned out to be a real sunshine club, well, I'd sweep up the hall every time they had a regular meeting." "One of the most painful experien- ces to some folks is the realization of their own motives and ideals. That psychological moment comes to each of us, if we live long enough. To find it necessary to 'change their thoughts' is more painful to some folks than having an old tooth extracted." "The more fish an angler catches, the less time he has for telling fish stories." "Out on the pleasure pier they have a place that sells fish dinners (that is, dinners for fish) for ten cents. It's called the 'bait box.' There's a differ- ence between fish dinners and dinners of fish." "If you throw a rock into deep water it makes a splash; but it does not rile the water. So it is with man. He 'riles up' when something hits him where his motives and feelings are shallow." "Lots of men and women would think-- if someone would tell them what to think about." "When you begin to consider that your mentality is the 'power plant' of all' your conscious and subconscious actions, you start to be more careful how you lubricate the machinery with motives, impulses, desires and imagin- ation processes." "He is a skillful and educated angler who wins his gold button victory with a Three-Six outfit. He is a SPORTS- MAN who, after landing his fish, will gently remove the hook and give the fish its liberty! Now the atmosphere is clarified without argtnnent let us troll alon~ with the followi~ag truism On the hook: Fair play ig the highest ideal of all Americanism!" "'If heaven is a place of orderliness and beauty, many of the peonle in Avalon will have to do a lot of evolv- ing before they will be permitted to build and manage a home for them- selves when they get there.' " F.H. "'Paul says, 'Love never criticises.' If he knew what he was talking about, how many of us love, or even know what love is? We are told to 'love our neighbor as ourselves.' If we think we are pretty good fellows, but that the other fellow is a nut, we are not obeying the only commandment Christ gave us. If we think of our- selves as a nut, and love the other fel- low accordingly, he might take a whack at us. The only way out is to think as highly of ourselves as we can, do our best to live up to these thoughts, and think of and act toward the other fellow as we do for our- selves.' " F.H. BY AUTOMOBILE TO BLACK JACK MINE (Continued from Page 1, Column 3) a horse. The elevation to the top" of Black Jack is 2,000 feet. It was while we were going up a forty-five percent grade for about a hundred feet that I said something about "Audy Bump's trail." In second speed, the engine contin- ued to climb. Looking to the left, on the hillside we saw a band of goats. There must have been nearly two hun- dred in the bunch. Startled, the little animals watched the approaching auto. Then they disbanded. Some turned to the east and some to the south. It was a wonderflfl sight. Four of the animals headed for the top of the ridge, some 500 feet above. It was a race! We won. Possibly this was the first time in the history of Catalina Island that an automobile passed a Catalina goat! At the new mine "Andy" showed ns some specimens of lead and silver that he said would assay at least $175 a ton. The illustration on page one is from a photograph showing the Studebaker Special Six, "Andy" and Mr. D. M. Renton, The "Black Jack Mine" is now one of the six nfining claims that are being developed under the supervision of Mr. Renton for Mr. William Wrigley, "Jr., owner of Santa Catalina Island. The other lead, silver and gold mines are located at Cherry Valley, Itowlands, and Johnson's Landing, near the Is- thnms. Renew your subscription to The Catalina Islander, $2 per year. SPORT CLOTHES MADE TO ORDER AS WELL AS SUITS FOR DRESS Clothes Do Not IMake the Man but they do help him to make good impressions. There is satisfaction in al- ways appearing well dressed. Suits made at City Prices. MAP, TIN HALL Merchant Tailor Avalon California THE CATALINA IS NOW OPERATED BY (INCORPORATED) ! 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