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PAGE FOUR SAYS: (Sunshine Psychology Service) "Out near the fish racks the other (lay stood a man, looking very glum. 'What's the matter?' I asked him. He looked at me scornfully and replied: 'I'm a hair pin manufacturer, and I'm trying to figure out a way, that I can use our machinery for making fish hooks.' " "Which reminded me of tile absent- minded professor who started otlt early !:riday morning an:t toht the waitress that 'No first class hotel serv- ed hot cakes for supper.' A few mo- ments later our friend the professor poured syrtlp over the grape fruit." "Yes, sir, the other day we met a specialist for hard-luck fishing stories! It's a new profession at Catalina, that is, the scheme is not exactly new, but the profession has not been fully ap- preciated. The 'specialist' tells you how hard he has tried to catch a Catalina fish and, out of rea! sportmnm's ~vm- pathy, if you have chartered a boat or own your own boat, you just take the hard-luck specialist along, with you as your guest. He gets a free ride, free lunch, free smokes, etc., all for a few hard-luck fish stories. And. he don't boost anyone else---while he is on your boat !" "\hen a woman goes fishing an! then tells you that as the fish took the bait, she was 'shocked and stunned.' you might ask yourself the question. how long would she have talked had she been fully conscious to discuss the situation ?" "Of course there's a tot men ,,vt~o fish from porch chairs. They can tell you how to land any, size of sword- fish or tuna. Let them put on a bait out in the channel, anl in t~fteen min- utes you can help them take tile hook out of their clothing or their ha!r." EXPERIENCE To tile new angler All fish lqok like THIS ' To the old-timer big Fish look like THIS. "Chemists used to search Mother Earth for the different chemicals. Now they take a chart, figure out a new name, and then find the chemical "pro- perties to fit the name." "A man said: 'l like the argmnents on fishing tackle. They make one feel the necessity of being a bigger and better sportsman.' " "It is not always the nmnber of fish caught that satisfies the angler. The amount of fish c~ugbt (togs satisfy the ~ommercial .fishermen, because selling fis'ti~ iis fiiS motive:" ','!~V~en a inan returns, to Avalon day after day, w~th his lips cracked and his skin sunburned; his eyelids smarting from the. light refleetion .- of 'sun-kissed' seas, his:hair tocsled; his ... ,'% . clothing wet with the salt spray, and he has no fi:~h--you can truthfully say: 'There is a man who LOVES the great out-doors !' " ALL LIFE RADIOACTIVE, SAYS FRENCH SCIENTIST Science Service Paris, July 14.--Animals and plants while living give off rays similar to those emitted by the rays similar to according to reports made to the French Aca temy of Sciences by Albert Nodon. In his most recent experi- ments he used three l~hotographic plates, placing on one of them a par- ticle of a radioactive mineral, on an- other a living insect, and on the third plate a green leaf A coarse cloth was laid between the object and the emul- sion side of the plate. On developing ti~e plates he /ound that not only had the mineral made a strong impvesslon but that the i11scct had made a weaker in:pression anti the leaf a slight im- pression. He calculates that the insect has a radiotactivity per unit o( weight from 8 to 13 tinles that of tile uranium standard of radoactivity, and tile green leaf 2 to 3 times. Dead organisms on the contraryexhibit no appreciable radioactix ity. M. Nodon concludes that radioactivi- ty due to decomposition of atoms is a common accomt)lishn~ent of living pro- cesses and n}ay be regarded as a measure of the degree of vitality. ()A tim contrary, I)aniel Berthelot reported to the i"rench Academy of Sciences that many experiments were made in 1909-11) to discover if plants and animals were radioactive but no such effect was found. DO YOU PRIZE THAT MAGAZINE OR BOOK? They' will last "uuch longer it" they are bound in a neat cover; anA that SOMETHING NEW Have you seen the new pajama-clad gi rl Strolling along the beach ? Well, if you haven't, then take a goot look, For she sure is a peachy peach. --Mac Osier. "NUMBER, PLEASE !" "1 didn't know that you liked to fish," exclaimed a Catalina angler to one of his friends, as they met on the board walk. "Well, l don't usually enjoy the sport; bat l've used ttle telephone so much lately' that I just want to sit at the end of a line that's not 'Busy.' " Magazines, newspapers, candies, etc., at WINDLE'S NEWS STAND. St. Catherine Hotel ramg larl.r OPEN TO PUBLIC Deep French Wave Marcelling and Facials Our Specialty PHONE FOR APPOINTMENTS RENE'S RESTAURI NI WE SERVE THE BEST AT LOW PRICES FISH DINNERS A SPECIALTY Lunches P=t Up for Boating and Fishing Parties A LA CARTE SERVICE Lefavor Building, Sumner Avenue Next to Hotel Atwater J R.adio Jourfial, or record, can be p,'e- if served for future reference. How I abo_~t that old prayer book or Bible? I I Does it need a new cover? Let the FOR EVERYONE l Islander do it for you. [A Brilliantine that REMOVES[ ]DANDRUFF, Promotes the { Write tothe Catalina Light Tackle [Growth of Hair, and [ Club. P. O. Box 14, Avalon, California, [It stays Combed as you like it. ] for information about sea angling~ {ON/ OL/ MOTOR I;REAM I P)-C1FIC-SOUTHWEST TRUST & [ Prevents and Relieves Sunburn. { SAVINGS BANK OF LOS AN- I Try it and see the difference.{ GELES, CALIFORNIA [ Ask your Barber or Hairdresser. | The total del,o~its received and hehl L They Know! ) by the Catalina Island Branch of the above mentioned bank at close of bus- iness on the 30th day of June 1924 amounted to : Commercial Department ........ $337 565 89 Savings Department ................ 266,395.15 Total ........................................ $603.961.04 The information herein contaiued is published in compliance with Section 132a of the Bank Act of the State of California. State of California ) (SS. County of Los Angeles ) Cbas. M. Hodson, Manager of the Catalina Island Branch of the Pacific- Southwest Trust & Savings Bank, be- ing duly sworn, says he has a personal knowledge of the matters contained in the foregoing statement and that every allegation, statement,matter and thing therein contained, is true to the best of his knowledge and belief CHAS. M. HODSON. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th (lay of July, 1924. .(Seal) W. M. LEFAVOR. Notary Public in and for said County and State. The total deposits'of the Pacific- Southwest Trust & Savings Bank, in- eluding deposits of the Catalina Island -Branch, on the above date amounted to $156,594,759;85. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 68522 Estate of Mrs. Ida Sutemeier, de- ceased. Notice is he:'ebv given by the un- ders2gne t Executor of the \Vill of Mrs. Ida Sutemeier, deceased, to the creditors of, and a!l persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after the first publication of this notice, to the said executor at the office of Frederick Baker, his attorney, 1t)21 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 the under- signed selects as a place of business in all matters connected with said es- tate, or to file them with the necessary vouchers, within ten months after ttte 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. Dated, June 16th, 1924. ARTHUR SUTEMEIER. Executor of the Will of Mrs. Ida Suetmeier, deceased. Frederick Baker, Attorney for Execu- tor, 1021 C. C. Chapman Building, Los Angeles, California. Date of firs~ publication, June 18,'1924. THE CATALINA !: !! good. It relieves that stuffy alter hearty eating. WhlteJI LYLE PENDEGAYT Attorney at 622. Stock Exchange 639 So. SPRING ST. Los Angele~ The Catalina Islander will "~ correspondence on problems of chological nature. ERNESF WINI)L { N,)tary Pub . Legal Documents I PromDtly Executed L News Sla.d. 0pp. Boos Bros. 6hi HUBBARD AUTO SALES AUTHORIZED FORD AND LINCOLN MOTORS REE And ReturneJ in Three CLAUDE WALTON AVALON REPRESENT,ATIVI~ PENS PAPER PENCILS PADS ENVELOPES "