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Avalon, California
June 18, 1924     The Catalina Islander
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June 18, 1924

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ISL| _/~,. | ~ SANTA CATALINA ISLAND: OCK 1 ..J'~,~'~..,-.,~.,-~ E ~'~,-,~..~'~'/f'~')~.\ ~K~ :f~'~. IN ALL THE WORLD o,. coL over t ]Irl -,,. ( 0VERNOR TO ARRIVE IN l;f, arrival"~of the SouthernlN AVALON FRIDAY NOON Z l d F h ew ea an IS be}omrnla Editorial Association mem- ~'~ and the boys of the American ~i~(!in~ ~'!ii ~)k~i! k,_glow1, this week pronlises to be a E d a~7 he at Avalon. The editors areI r ea s . tO arrive Friday, and the over- ] Tuna Club and owner of the palatial lI New Zealand have,been tried out, and ~ boys will come by special boat [ fishing cruiser Ranger, brought to gaff I there is ample sc'bpe for a sporting [ two bluefin tuna last week. The fish lpioneer in this directmn. Probably th~Urday Two big banquets are on [weighed 108 and 111 poumls, respec-imany hitherto unknown fish may be q't Program for these organizations. [tively. Although he has beena life: secured. ~e editors and their families are to t_~UPY the big diningroom at the Ho- ~dSt' Catherine Friday night at 7:30, h~l~ the American Legion boys will ~, their festivities Saturday evening. ~,'Hth the Editorial Association rep- ~t~entatives will be Governor Friend ' Richardson who has made reser- v~txrts for hi~'~self and t~o members ~'ha,h's family. Governor Richardson his many times visited Avalon, and, in r-Characteristic manner, says: "We f~aot going to Catalina as a guest .UOnor. We are going as one of the "qeh, a,~.l ~ rent' ,umr a httle rest and re- ma ran. I am very fond of the Is- ~d~, With its many beautiful places A WOnderful climate." v,, qmOng th ' ' | ]1 the C e e(htors who wdl enjoy livered by the Rev. LaRue C. Watson, ,as 11 atalina outm are raql IIJ R " g : who chose for his theme the place of . m tt Ew" qabbertpresident, Riverside education in the training of an effec- ,,,0|/ 7r rise live citizenship for a powerful and en- :etl~|] the'~I' Keefer, first vice-president, of during nation, such as our democracy ',]il ~uys News. is. He interspersed delightful bits of v_ prestdent, humor that drewthe appreciation of la~stfoel~eS Cr _d Alma Baker's Boatman "Sid" and Marlin Swordfish weighing the audience and drove his points he Rcanno _.,'; .... Mr C~86 pounds. Deepwater Cove, New Zealand April 12, 1923. home. .i .. ot th ' n, tnlro vme-presment, I /[[ T'ia~efianta Maria News. [member of the Tuna Club for some "It must be ren, embered that New A second pleasing chorus by the |// ttr.~"umy J3rownhill secretarv-treas- years past it was not until last week Zealand is the farthest south civilized High School boys featured Avalon in / // *-at Of ~ " " ' ' |// u' Puente Valley Journal ]that Mr. Alma Baker secured his blue land on the globe, and is open to the a paraphrase of well known college .11 /I a." t~. ~rick; .... t ,t.^