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PAGE FOUR SAYS: (Sunshine Psychology Service) "There's only one thing that makes a longer run than a tuna, and that's a roller towel in the ---- Hotel." '!Anytime you start to hate a man because you think he deserves it, you are not punishing him as nmch as you are disorganizing your own mental processes. Criticise him if you like; but don't keep chewing on the bone." "It may be tough to be rooster fish; but, anyway, rooster fish don't have to sit on a fence and crow at (lay- light." "Tomorrow is so far away i think I'll catch my tuna today." "When you have nothing special to do, tell some business man you saw his ad in this paper." "Faith does not seem to hell) when it comes to hooking fsh, but it does hell) a lot when you are out in rough weather." "A man was standing on the pleasure pier, the other day, telling us all about worhl peace. Then a few moments later he made the crack that he 'just hated Mr. --' 'Consistency, thou art a jewel.'" "Moonshine and moonlight seem to have a joyous effect on some people. Certain kinds of fish go loony when they try to nfix the combination." "I'm not one of the writer chaps who 'pans' his fellow men just to make a hit in his column. I'm reminded of the saying: 'Any fool can find fault, bnt it takes a wise man to dig out a remedy.' " "ThXt's why 1 never criticise a fish 'cause it don't swim backwards, nor close its eyes when it goes to sleep. Of course, a lot of laud-sharks dance all night and sleep in the daytime. But maybe that is an economical way of living--when you can sleep on the beach." "As Ben Franklin used to say: 'A good example is the best sermon." "A man once complained that his bed was full of fleas. On investikation we found that he had been sleeping under the pleasure pier." "I don't believe in angler's luck. The more time I spend in fishing, the mo~e fish I get." GAME FISH OF CATALINA Yellowtail (Seriola dorsalis). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus). Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus maerop- terus). Albacore (Thunnus alalonga). California Bonito (Sarda Chiliensis). White Sea Bass (Cynoseion noblis). Ocean Bonito (Gymnosarda pelamys). Dolphin (Coryphaenus hippurus). Giant Bass (Stereolepis gigas). Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsu- kurii). Broadbill Swordfish (Xiphias gladius). SIMPLE SCIENCE By WOW (Science Service) PERFUMES "I'hese are odoriferons substances used mainly by the fair sex for var- ious purposes. Society ladies now en- deavor to have special scents that ex- press their personalities. This is es- pecially noticeable in the case of many of the newly rich who use an odorless scent. The original function of perfumes was for the use of plants amt ani- mals. It is still used by them to at- tract the attention of the opposite sex and in the case of plants, to entice insects for the purpose of fertilization. Certain l)lants and animals also use it to ward off possible enemies by mak- ing the atmosldlere disagreeable. With humans some of the same results are often accomplished, although quite often they succeed in warding off pos- sible friends as well as enemies. Natural perfunles consist of distinct chetnical substances which are suffi- ciently volatile to l)ermeate the air, and thus reach the organs of smell. These materials are usually of the na- ture of resinous gums, balsams or oils. They occur in various locations in the plant or aninlal, especially in the blos- soms and leaves of plants, and in cer- tain glands of animals. The use of perfmnes seems to have originated in the far Eastern coun- tries, later creeping westward iuto Egypt, italy, France, etc. Cleopatra was ~ery fond of using thenl, and it is probable that nmch of her attraction was due to this fact,although it is scarcely fair to her to speak thus in her absence. t'erfnmes Were greatly prized by the early kings and other wer/lthy per- sonages. They were very high in price and hence great luxuries. Today par- lor-maids and shop girls bathe them- selves in perfllme and still have money left for the movies. Most of our natural perfumes are extracted from blossoms grown in Turkey, Bulgaria, Sicily, and France. They, however, have now a strong ri- val in synthetic perfunles. These are made by chemists and are used either "alone or mixed with the natural ones. Strange to say', coal-tar, which is a black evil smelling material obtained by distillation of coal, furnishes much of the materials from which synthetic perfumes are made. Men, as a rule, do not employ such inethods of advertising, but there seems no good reason why they shouM not advantageously do so. Farmers nfight employ "countarin" quite nicely, for that is the active odoriferous prin- ciple of new-mown hay; brokers might use bear oil, golfers sulphur to match their language, and phnnbers wouhl naturally be expected to diffuse the odor of leaks. HELP US GET ALL THE LOCAL NEWS If you have an item of local news, a personal about some visiting friend, or have entertained at a card' party, birth- day party, or other socal function, or hear of something of interest about any former Avalon resident, call up 7-J and tell us about P---or send us a post card with the names carefully written. If you have some printing ] ou wish done, call up 7-J and our representa- tive will call upon you. If you have an advertisement, tele- phone it in. Write to the Catalina Light Tackle Club, P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, for information about sea angling. LIKES THE ISLAND Camp Riverside, Byron, Illinois, Tuesday, June 24th, 1924. Editor Catalina Islander: This will inforul you that the Cata- lina Islander comes regularly, an(t, on record time, acrossthe continent to this camp. Yes, this weekly publication rings eternally true, and makes good on lines laid down by the fathers --\Val- ton, t-lallock, Holder, et id omne genus, on the local, county, state, national, and and international atmosphere of true sportsmanship, and as a brightly burning beacon points the way to, "the piscatorial and out-of-doors Mt;~ca" whose name is written above. Here is luck to C. A. 13., C. B. E., and all true sportsmen furtherest south. Lovg life to The Catalina Islander, bright halo of a sea girt isle. A. J. \Voodcock. DO YOU PRIZE THAT MAGAZINE OR BOOK? They will last much longer if they are bound in a neat cover; and that Radio Journal, or record, can be pre- served for future reference. How about that old prayer book or Bible ? Does it need a new cover? Let the Islander do it for you. "KEEP" ON KEEPING ON" When a traveling companion re- marked to William Wrigley that he could "save money" by cutting down his advertising, Mr. Wrigley re- sponded: "We're making a fine trip on this train. How much progress do you think we should make if they took off the locomotive?" g . St. Catherine Hotel rautg tJarlnr OPEN TO PUBLIC Deep French Wave Marcelling and Facials Our Specialty PHONE FOR APPOINTMENTS _.M NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 68522 Estate of Mrs. hta Stlteme~er, de- ceased. Notice is hereby given by the un- dersigned Executor of the Will of Airs. Ida Sutemeier, deceased, to the creditors of, anti all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit thenl with the necessary vouchers, within ten mouths after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor at the office of Frederick Baker, his attorney, 1021 Charles C. Chapman Building, 756 South Broad- way, in the City of Los Angeles, County of Los Angeles, State of Cal- ifornia, which said office t~e nnder- signe:t selects as a place of business in all matters connected with said es- tate, or to file thenl with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice in the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Los Angeles. l)ated, June 16th, 1924. ARTHUR SUTEMEIER. Executor of the Will of Airs. Ida Suetmeicr, deceased. Frederick Baker, Attorney for Execu- tor, 1021 C. C. Chapman Building, I,os Angeles, California. Date of first publication, June 18, 1924. THE CATALINA fter eve & pleasant mad agreeable sweet and a l-a .s-t-t-n-g bene|lt as We//. Good for teeth, breath and dJllestion. Makes the next cigar taste better. Elmo CUCUMBER Prevents Sunburn and TaP AVALON U(i 405 Crescent AvenUe LYLE PENDEGAST Attorney at 622 Stock Exchange BuildiM 639 So. ST. Los Phone The Caatalina Islander will correspondence on problems chological nature. ERNEST WINDLI Notary Publ Legal Do rote Pr~ ptly Executed News Stand, 0pp. Boos Bros. ~af' HUBBARO AUTO SAL[$ AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCq MOTORS REBUILT And Returned in Three OJ# CLAUDE WALTON AVALON REPRESENTATIVi~ PENS PAPER PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES