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PAGE SIX .... Published Every Wednesday at WINDLE'S PRINT SHOP AVALON, CALIFORNIA c~RNEST WINDLE, Editor and ~diW~ HAS. H. SMITH -. Associnte SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in advance). Throe Years ............... Five Doll~m (Only When Paid in Advance). One Year ......................... Two Dollars Six Months ............... One Dollar Three Months .................. FiIw Ceaw S~ngle Copies .............. F|ve Chats "&DVERTI~ING RAT E~------~ Display Advertising $0c per Inch, Each Insertion. 500 Inches During a Period of Six Months, 35c per Inch. Liners 10c per Line, Minimum 2Sc. Eia~ared as 9econd,Class Mlttter Ma~h"$[, 1914. at the Postoffice at Avalon, C~IH. "tinder the Act of March 3, 189Y. The columns of the Islander are open to the general public, on an~ of the fol- lowing subjects: Local Poliucs and .Gov- ernment, Fishing, Hunting and Cramping. Items of local news interest will I~ greatly appreciated. AVALON THEATRE PROGRAM Evening Shows only 7:30 & 9:20 25, 50, and 65 cents Organ Solo, from 7:10 to 7:30 P. M. Wednesday, July 8--Spencer Tracy, Sidney Fox, Edward E. Horton, Una Merkel and El Brendel in "Six Cyl- inder Love"; Matt Cart in a comedy "The Night Class," and a Paramount Novelty "Story Book Parade." Thursday, July 9--Mitzi Green, Ed- na May Oliver, Louise Fazenda and Jackie Searl in "Forbidden Adven- ture"; a Gaiety comedy, "College Rac- ket," and a Mickey Mouse cartoon, "Moose Hunt." Friday, July 10---Betty Compson, Robert Ames and Conrad Nagel in "The Three Who Loved"; a Smith and Dale comedy, "Steamship Ma- laria," a Johnny Farrell golf subject, "Winning Puts," and a Fox News. Saturday, July ll--Gloria Swanson, Ben Lyon and Arthur Lake in "Indis- cret"; a Paramount Novelty, "New Rhythm." Sunday, July 12--John Boles, Gene- vieve Tobin, Lois . Wilson, Raymond Hackett, Zasu Pitts and Richard Tucker in John M. Stahl's production "Seed," from the novel by Charles G. Norris; a Paramount Talkatoon, "Tree Saps," and a Graham McNamee Talk- ing News. Monday, July 13--Kay Francis and Rieardo Cortez in "Transgression"; Chester Conklin in a Paramount com- _ , - --. : THE CATALINA ISHING BARGE NOTES CATALINA CUBS. I~Y II~/Jl~.,.Z' F oratory has supplied the name of the Oswald and Becker 31~" " ~ tiny fish two or threeinches long which so much resemble a broadbill swordfish. They are of the average size found in the Pacific Ocean and are called "Snipe." The scientific name is "Macrorhaphosus hawaiien- sis." They are in a family by them- selves and have no near relatives. *** The Catalina wild goats are coming down the hillsides every day now. It is quite a treat for those who have never seen them before. la s st Sunday night and early Monday morning there was the best run of yellowtail of this summer---27 were caught, the largest 21 pounds. The largest so far taken is 21 pounds. The largest yellowtail taken at the Barge this summer will bring the ang- ler a fine 300-yard reel, Ocean City, and a light tackle rod, given by the Catalina Hardware Co. fa gt s The mackerel are biting good at night. We have live bait right along this summer. Yellowtail numbering 252 have been caught at the Barge this summer. -- O SUBMERGED LOG NEARLY SINKS BOAT Playing baseball are fast provinl Harry Diffin's the Valley E to 1. The game fast time of one minutes, and was sides that kept th~ most of the time The game was a tween Oswald and lowing only 5 hits The real thrill inning. The visitc half of the ninth things looked But they were e( for on the next third man off Owens then right fielder for t fast, took the ball made a beautiful third, getting the end ou,t. Then, Oswald struck the for the third out Harry's Cubs, up, flied out ; singled, and then the inning: B, Oswald, drive, Ryan scortn: DID YOU EVER STOP TO THINK edy, "13th Alarm," and a Mickey This was Oswald's Mouse cartoon, "Delivery Boy." B.W. Colburn and R. Granis of season, and what a By F.,clson R. Waits, Shawnee, Okla. Tuesday July 14----Marion Davies, San Pedro were rescued from their He deserves a lot of THAT it is very important to think Leslie Howard, Irene Rich, Richard disabled 36 foot cruiser "Lucky Boy," masterful e~hibiti,'n~ about the needs of the home city and Bennett and Mary Duncan in "Five out in midchannel last Saturday. The Following is the ~ . what it takes to make it a bigger, bet- and Ten," from the novel by Fannie"craft hadstruck asunken log and day's game: -J-i ~. ter and busier city. " Catalina t;tma 0 ,~1~ It won't even start on the road of Hurst; a Melody Comedy, "Not So was rapidly filling with water when B R ~* - p ikm Loud," and a Fox News. Capt. G. F. Gibson of the cruiser A 1 0 ~ 1~ better business until plans are first Wednesday, July 15--W'illiam Hines,"Idle Hours" happened along and Califano If ........ 3 0 0 f g ~[k~q made. Irene Purcell, C. Aubrey Smith,, Lil- brought Colburn and Granis to Ava- Zender rf .. ......... 4 0 0 Z !~"~: There are many ways of improving lian Bond and Albert Conti in 'lustIon. Later on in the day, Harbor Souse 2b ............ 0 1 , I~ IK,'~ business in every city. a Gigolo"; a Mack Sennett Comedy Master B. D. Halstead towed the half Cunningham ss 4 0 0.~0 There are many people with nmny with Marjorie Bebe and Frank East- submerged "Lucky Boy" into Avalon Rice cf .......... 4 , 1I ~ ~,~ different ideas. They could not all be man in "A Rough Idea of Love," aml Bay. o" "'" put into effect at one time. Some of a Grantland Rice Sport.light, "Speed ~- ~ Douglas"lb ........ 3 ~ 2 ~ I ]l't~ them would not be practical. Limit." BASEBALL CL'6BS STANDINGS Ryan 3b ............ a fl2 ~ i! ~,~ The best way to gets start, is ~:c,-.--~-- W ebbc .............. ~ ~ 0 ~'~ through the right kind of co-opera- RIVIERA THEATRE PROGRAM Oswald p ............ , ~ 1~..-~'i2 tkm. Pacific Carat L~e ~ it I~ People co-operating together can ~ Finish First Half 3z ,, decide on the ideas that will be of Matinees Every Day at Z P.M. Prices --ttl~vllrd r~ ~" the most benefit to all. When that is15c and ZSe Hollywood .626, Portland .568, San Valley 1so ,, I'I ~ 0 lift'a1 done, plan together how to convert Evening Shows 7:30 and 9:20 P.M., Francisco .533, Mission .489, LoS An- AB r, 0 ! d~ these ideas into an accomplished fact, Loges 35e, General Admission, ZSc,geles .478, Seattle .471, Sacramento Lurie cf .............. 3 0 0~ then, with the united effort of all, DO Children 15c. .461, Oakland .365. IT' W'ednesday, July 8---George O'Brien, National League " F~tg~:ut~e~bss-":[: 43 0 ~ ! ~ F Investigation will show that the Walter McGrail, Myrna Loy, L, ucile St. Louis .622, New York .571, Levschner 2b .... 4 ~ 0 Ill!L, cities that are moving ahead are up- Browne and Nat Pendleton in 'The Brooklyn .554, Chicago .549, BostonKorgozin lb .... $ 0 Z 2 ~ ~x erating in this way. Last of the Duanes'; a Red Star .507, Philadelphia .438, Pittsburgh .414, Owens rf ............ ,~ 0 0 ! ~l GROWING CITIES ATTRACT comedy, "It Happened in Hollywood,' .... U Vt-' NF, W INDUSTRIES, INVESTORS, t::tivaen, Oswald cartotlh "The De- Cincinnati .347.o Zarsky If ..... n 0 ,~ t/1 HOME SEEKERS AND MANY Sohock c ............ 3 0 0"~'~i] ~-~ NEW BUSINESS ENTERPRISF_,S. Thursday, July 9--Helen Twelve- "THE VOICE WITH THE SMILE" ~.::=~:. z--~i'J5 ~ trees, Nell Hamihon, Raymond Hack- SETS GOOD EXAMPLE Totals 30 -------:o:------- ett, and Jean Hersholt in "The Cat In an editorial in a recent issue of Soar* bY ln~itt~ NEW PLANE :MAKES Creeps'; a Paramount comedy, "You the Am,erican Independent Baker en-Catalina Cubs-- _ ~ 7 $ RECORD CHANNEL FLIGHT Are in the Army Now," with John 1 2 3 4 5 n 0 titled"Wanted: More Smilesin Burke, and a Curiosity. 000 ~i0 The new twin-motored Douglas Friday, July 10--,Jack Holt, Con- Business," reference is made to the 1 0 0 monoplane No. NC967Y was delivered stance Cummings, and Tom Moore in Bell System's slogan, "The Voice 0 2 1 to the Wihnington-Catalina Airways,"The Last Parade"; a Grantland RiceWith The Smile." This doctrine, de-Valley Boulevard-" ,,0 0 00 Ltd., last Friday morning and was im- Sportlight, "Spills and Thrills,~, and a clares the editorial, needs more era- 0 0 1 0 ~ 0 0 mediately placed on the cross channel Novelty, "Voice of Vaudeville. phasis today than ever before, be-- run. The plane is a ten passenger Saturday, July ll--EI Brendel, cause American business has lost its 1 0 1 l one, with top speed of 140 miles per Frank Albertson, Maureen O'Sullivansmile. hour, and is painted in black, red and gold. On Saturday and Sunday more than three hundred passengers cross- ed the channel by plane. A record trip was made Sunday afternoon when the monoplane left the turntable, unloaded its passengers at Wilmington and returned to its Catalina landing in thirty-one minutes. ~ : O : -~-~- Many pleasant things were said by members of the congregation concern- ing the patriotic sermon preached by Rev. John B. Tourney at the Com- nmnity Congregational Church last Sunday morning. Have you noticed how .attractive that little jungle park just below the Catalina Country Clubhouse looks these warm days? If you haven't, then take a good look at it. ~:O:~ Reports from Sacramento state that 11,477 old age pensions have been ap- plied for, and that of this number 8546 have been granted. and John Garrick in "Just hnagine"; a Mickey Mouse Cartoon, "Fire Fighters." Sunday and Monday, July 12 and 13---Edwina Booth, Duncan Rinaldo and Harry Carey in "Trader Horn"; an Oswald Cartoon, "Mexico." Tuesday, July 14--~harles Ruggles, June Collyer and Hugh Williams in "Charley's Aunt"; a Mickey Mouse Cartoon, "Pioneer Days," and a Curi- osity. Wednesday, July 15--Edmund Lowe, Leila Hyams, Tommy Clifford and Walter McGrail in "Part Time Wife"; a Universal comedy, "Dangerous Daze," and a SillySymphony, "El Terrible Torreador." "-~--- : O : -~- For the months automobile traffic has been prohibited along Crescent. avenue between Metropole and Claressa avenues, being ttirned into the alleys and Beacon street. Catalina--"In all the world no trip ~ike this." The Wilmington Transportation Company tug "John N. Stewart" Sat- urday was recommissioned following the installation at the Los Angeles Shipbuilding plant of 600-horse-power full Deisel engines of the new Win- ton solid-injection type. The tug's superstructure, including wheel-house, completely remodeled from the hull up. Together with the "Milton S. Pat- rick," a sister ship which recently underwent the same aherations, the "John N. Stewart" will be placed in twenty-four-hour service and with the new power plants now are espec- ially equipped for heavy duty, high seas work. According to David P. Fleming, secretary and treasurer of the company, the new engines in the "Patrick" have proved eminently sat- isfactory. Joe Fishel, formerly of Avalon, has again changed his place of abode, having removed front Brawley to Glendale. " Wallace Buroh~wn, pion Swimmer, Daily for thie W'allace Burnhatn, 1930 championshiP the trophy offered for that event, ts so he can defena this year. He s, shape, for in his Beaman, holding following him in Wallace made the minutes and fit is fast time. in winning this' him in the 1932 resent Catalina. Catalina quietness and nerves and renew hess. ___.___.- : 0 : Advertise for what Catalina Islander