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PAGE EIGHT JACK SCHOOLFIELD MARINE SERVICE ? I PHONE A SERVICE TO SEAMEN MARINE REPAIRS l I 186-J ANCHORAGES | k REPAIR TUG ISLANDER •.. ~~.. : .'-:" ....-:....-: ~... ,: .... • .. • .. ! Phone and let us meet you at the boat for a demonstration. ~ I HUBBA AUTO SALES CO. n | ~[ 785and 3300 ,Central Ave., Los Angeles Tel TRi ity 7971 .~ I Los An~es' Largest Ford Dealers---WE NEVER CLOSE. .~ .~. • . . : .. :" ._.. :. .~~~~ ~.,.,u,,u,,~,Hwwww.~uw .... • • ° • • • • -- ,,.,, ....: ". : :::..2.:. .: . . ." ." " -- .: Children are Disinherited 1 !!5 If a parent leaves no will in California all the Com- munity Property goes to the surviving parent and [ the children are legally disinherited. W ASK TO TALK WITH OUR TRUST ADVISOR. I | NA XO AL tl ~ B~kNK OF ][ADs.ANcdI~I~$ I CATALINA ISLAND BRANCH [ W. J. Laurin, Manager I NOW DOIN6 OUR AT OUR OWN PLANT IN AVALON. Special attention given to Fine Silks and Linens--Al~ ironed by hand. "A BOOST WILL HELP" ONE DAY SERVICE IF DESIRED In at 9 a. re.--Out by 5 p. m. ii5 Phone Mariila 60 I 112 Avalon Blvd. WIhMING1tON, CALIF. KWIK WAY VALVE GRINDING EZEL BRAKE TESTER TRU DRUM LATHE Agents for U. S. Tires, Willard Batteries and Union Gasoline DO YOU REMEMBER (Compiled from files of The Catalina Islander by Chas. H. Smith) Ten Years Ago From the Catalina islander of June 25, 1924 : This number contains a very inter- csting account of the outing of the Southern California Editorial Associ- ation, June 20-28, written by John F~. King, editor of the Hemet News. There is also a fine cut of the Whit- tier State School Band, which played at the (;reek Amphitheatre June 25 itl honor of Governor and Mrs. Friend ~V. Richardson, who were in attend- ance upon the meeting of the Editor- ial Association. The "Blanche W", the new search- light cruiser, was put into commission during the week, with Captain Georg~ Gemilere in command. The visiting editors were the first to make use of the new vessel. 'rhc t'avilion Chocolate Shop was opened by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Often and daughter Ethel. Tom White was manager at the ]sthnlns. The twenty-eighth season of Charley Porter's Catalina Marine Band, with George Mulford wielding the baton, was announced to open June 28. The Catalina lsland Yacht Club was preparing to hohl a Fourth of July Re,alia. A:nong Catalina Island visitors were Harry Boos, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jen- sen of Fresno, Mrs. C. Wickman, Mrs. Henry Meyers and daughter of New- York, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Waleeler of Arizona, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Olson of Newport Beach, Mrs. F. B. Washbu~-n and four daughters, William Fullerton and wife of Glendale, Cecil B. Gilbert of Colorado, James Willard Marsh and son and Major and Mrs. Lumler of Los Angeles, Dr. F. B. Alden of San Francisco, Hans Hoffman of Den- mark. Edgar M. Harrison was appointed constable for Catalina Township by Sheriff William Traeger. "Mrs. Allen Ruffelle was working in the telephone office. Frank E. Burnham acqnired an in- terest in O tt's grocery. The body of Mrs. J. J. Zilligen was laid to rest in the Avalon cemetery. American Legion posts from the mainland had a parade and entertain- ment in Avalon over the week-end. Ttma reported caught during the week were as follows: C. F. Sloan, San Francisco, 117 and 116~5 pounds; i " /! C. ~Alllla Baker, 104 alld 93 pounds. Eighty-four of these fish had been Phone Richmond 8171 P~ivata Ambulance caught thus far during the season, IVY H. OVERHOLTZER Twenty Years Ago From the Islander of June 30, 1914: FU N IWRAL 12) 1 RI~'CTOR The :nembers of the Southern Cali- fornia Editorial Association held their • 1719 South Flower Street, at 18th annual meeting in Avalon. At a ban- Lady Attendant Lot Angeles, California quet in the Hotel Metropole the prom- inent speakers inclnded D.r. Charles F. ' Hohter and John Stev'en McGroarty. Mrs. C. B. PARKER Taxidermist Telephone, Avalon 178 AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty • .0 • • 0 .o. • • ° • • ° * • ° AN ALL-YEAR PRE iENT THE CATALINA ISLANDER On your next trip to LOS ANGELES Try Third & the Hill Sts. CIVIC CENTERS BEST---AT POPULAR PRICES RATES: One Person, $1.00 to $2.00; Two Persons, $1.50 to $11.50 Two Blocks from Pershing Square, and accessible to all business activ- ities and numerous Auto Parks -- New State Building -- New City Hall -- Hall of Records --- Hall ot Justice --- Theah-es ud Shopping. 185 Rooms Good Service and Modern Conveniences 100 Baths FRANK B. CLARKE, Manager. Charles E. Jones, of the Ledger-Ga- zette, Lancaster, was the retiring president, and was succeeded by H. G. Pahner of Hollywood. Among those present was the Meadows family, from Orange. Don Meadows, now well known as a teacher in Avalon High School, then a small boy, came with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Meadows. Dr. Hyde succeeded Percy Mackey as heahh officer in Avalon. Among Catalina Island visitors were A. G. Crose of Wilmington; Mrs. J. A. MacRae of San Diego, mother of H. D. MacRae; Dr. A. C. Jackson of Pasadena; Mr. and Mrs. G. Willard, Los Angeles. Plans for a Fourth of July celebra- tion were nearly completed. The Islander stated that new boats built in the Mathewson Boat Shop for J. A. Cox and J. W. Jump would be ready for launching the following week. The Times and Examiner morning boat was to commence the eros~- channel trip July 1. Five-cent dances were to be inan- gurated in the Pavilion for July and August. The Los Angeles Times Catalina Camp was located in the c'anyon near THE CATALINA the golf links. Mr. and Mrs. Roache, spent the winter on the turned to the Island. The Chinese pirate ship was expected to arrive in during the week. The editor ventured tc Chamber of Commerce a Agitators". For that S UlT21 CF See Marti# TO OUR Customers for past We witl continue to k’’p tailoring and w to our usual high MARTIN Merchant Tailor Avalon TRUE HUSPITALITY AT Hotel (The Favorite in LoS SIXTH AT SPRING BEST BEDS BEST SERVICg BEST LOCATION BEST RATES Ideal for the BusinesS Extra Convenient for the OCt t~# Hair.are I~aht~ 550 Chotee Raomt Rata $'2. O0 uP. Pig'n Whi offee HARRY C. FRYMAIq, Harry C. Waganer Cf Russell H. WitgenJ Managers