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August 10, 1927

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PAGE FOURTEEN THE CATALINA Get Brownie here Dnlp in today--don't go away withoutyourBrownie. Full line always in stock-- also film and supplies. Al- ways at your service for finest developing and fin- ishing. Let us help you. CRESCENT PHOTO SHOP Next to Steamer Pier Bungalows & Rooms For Rent at Reasonable Prices Martha E. Glidden, Propl@tor (Mrs. Seth Glidden) Is BOX 1025 Avalon, California1 JACK SCHOOLFIELD ] MECHANICAL SERVICE | otors, Boat Repairs, Electrical[ m"v~e, Moorings, Tow Boat Service/ valon Bay Catalina Island/ /r" ' [ Fresh Catalina FISH PLEASURE PIER Opom All the Year AVALON FISH MARKET Lobsters, Oysters, Shrimp, Salmon, Etc. il Seasolt. Smoked Fish. BAIT FOR ANGLERS Conrad R- Hammond, Proprietors "Worry? I've been too busy to worry.Too busy to he discouraged. 1 learned a long time ago that a man's doubts and fears are his worst enemies. There'sno- thing in life that really can hurt you except yourself."-- William Wrigley Jr. in Op- portunity Magazine. Watch the world come to. Catalina. J MARINE LAUNDRY AGENCY High Quality Laundry Work Dry Cleaning add Pressing PROMPT AND EFFICIENT ~ERVICE ASSURED Call Phone 32 or 135.M P. O. Box 1325 115 CATALINA AVENUE NIw We|CLEf BknO. CATALINA A~. STRAIGHT AS AN ARROW "Stand straight" comes of a well nourished body and good bealth habits, and not of contimted nagging. The well nourished child stands on firm. well arched feet, with head up, chest out, his stomach in and his back straight. Firm nmscles and fresh nerves hold the bones in place. The vigorous and happy chiht has agood body poise and is straight as an arrow. H.c does not usually grow this way by chance. Begin while he is a baby to lay the foundations for good posture. Proper food and sleep and daily training in good habits of sittin~ and standing at work and at play arc nec- essary. His hed, chairs and table should be strife(1 to his growing arms and legs. Poor posture may be a Syml)tOm of the child's poor body ntttrition. Or his poor nutrition nmy be aggravated by poor posture. Muscles cannot be re- silient on half rations, nor can bones keel) their place with flabby nmscles suptlorting them. Vital organs cannot function normally when chests are sun- ken and abdomens arc protruded and fallen. Chronic fatigue and poor posture are closely related. \:ery tired children ltsually have poor postures. When a child is "tern tired" to play even for a short time and has leg ache, have his feet examitted. Poor nutrition can be a cause of tlat feet. When a child has poor posture, he nlust be helped as a whole, not only his posture corrected. The way he eats, sleeps, works and plays all have an effect tlpon his general well-being and his posture. But a ehiht will not do his "daily dozen" for flat feet and round shouhters tnlless he sees some interest in it. "Parade l)rotnl" around the room at bed tinle is fun altd straigh- tens backs and strengthens toes. Pick- ing up colored marbles with toes is good sport and helps weak feet. How- ever, supervised corrective care is ofteu needed to held tbe weak places. (Christmas Seal Service.) AND NOW ALL AROUND THE "MAGIC ISLE" WE GO By The Observerette "in all the world uo trill like this." is applicable not only to the journey across the Catalina Channel to the "Magic Isle," but also to the "round- the-island" trip of sixty miles aboard the S. S. "Cabrillo," leaving Avalon every morning at 11 a. m. and returu- ittg at 3 p. m., in time for the after- noon steamer. No auto trip is marc replete with points of interest than may be seen on this steamer jouruey close to the island shoreline. On the lee side of the island are passed famous Sugar I,oaf, the lovely Hotel St. Catherine ill Descanso Bay, Hamihon Beach, Frog Rock, various sutnmer camps, among lhem tha.t of Toyon, the Y. M. C. A., the Boy Scouts and Camp Cabrillo. Button-shell Beach, the Stone Quarry, the Spouting Caves, Blue Cavern. Bird lslaml and the ]sthmns. The Isthnms was the scene of the start (,f the Wrigley Ocean Marathon. Follr lnotion picture concerns are Oil location at the [sthnms at present ,and nlaily famous stars Call bc SCCII at work. A ttect of frigates in Catalina Harhor, a South Sea IslandVillage, forts and a tumble down city are all parts of sets seen from the excursion steamer. Further on Cherry Valley and 1,and's End are passed; then comes the more rugged side of the island, where the surf dashes its silvery spray ~gai~sl rugged cliffs. Wihl goats may be seen perched on a jagged cliff, and an occasional buffalo grazing /m a gentle sloping valley. A herd of six- teen buffalo are on the islaud. Silver Canyon, Church Rock, Seal Rocks and the rookeries, where hun- dred of seals may be seen disporting themselves; Pebbly Beach and back to Avalon Bay. A never-to-be:forgotten trip GAME FISH OF CATALINA Yellowrad (Senola dorsalis). Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thyunus). Dolt)bin (Coryphaenus hir~purus). Yellowfin Tuna (Thunnus macropterus). Albacore (Thunnus alalonga). California Bonito (Sarda Chiliensis). .. White Sea Bass (Cynoscion noblis). Ocean Bonito (Gymnosarda pelamys). Giant Bass (Ste,eolepis R'i~as). Marlin Swordfish (Tetrapturus mitsukurii). Broadbill Swordfish (Xil3hias gladius). THE CATALINA ISLANDER LOCAL TIME AND TIDE TABLE Tides are placed in order of occurence. Coml~arison will show high and low. Lit~ht figures a. m+. black figures p. m. AUGUST, 1927 Th 11 .... 2:30 8:55 ._ 1:40 8:05 --0.4 4.7 2,3 7.2 F 12.._. 3:04 9:28 2:21 8:45 --0.7 4.9 2.0 7.4 S 13.... 3:39 J0:0l 3:03 9:26 --0.8 5.1 1.7 7.3 Su 14.... 3:15 10:37 3:49 10:08 --0,7 5.3 1.6 7.1 M 15.... 4:51 11:13 4:40 10:54 --0.4 5.4 t.5 6.5 Tu 16.... 5:27 I1:52 5:39 11:43 0. l 5.6 1.5 5.7 W 17-... 6:06 12:36 6:49 ........ 0.7 5.6 1.5 ........ THE CATALINA ISLANDER \\;rite to tile Catalina i, ight Tackle Club, P. O. Box 14,, Avalon, California, ior information about sea angling. Put a little sunshnle into your THE CA1ALINA ISLANDER philosophy and your psychology. Be motivated ! THE CATALINA ISLANDER "\Ve'll tell the world!" Send the Islander to your friends. Thank you. 'rile CATALINA ISLANDER "Keep Avalon a Spotless Town." We pledge our help! i Scientific Sulphur VAPOR BATHS1 SWEDISH MASSAGE [ SHAMPOO [ ANDREW GADD [ 363 East Whittley Ave. l Residence Phone 157-J l or Bathhouse Phone 29 3 Newspapers, Magazines Sweets At Windle's News Stand I TO OUR Customers for past We will continue to keep tailoring and workmanShi[ to our usual high MARTIN Merchant Tailor Avalon r Spirella Figure Trai~ Supporting Garm Corsets Girdle-Brassie~ dles, Belts and Spirella Lingerie, Quality Hosiery--Pure AUTHORIZED cORSETI~ Mrs. 0. F. (ill Ground Floor Avalon lssSs 309 Beacon Street, Catalin Island D@e' Meets every Friday 7:30 in Foresters Hall. welcome. J. D. MALLOCH P. S. AVALON PUBLIC Avalon Branch of the Public Library, 201 Met: Monday, Wednesday from 2 to 5; also every from 7 to 9. Visitors are AVALON CHURCH Catbolic--St. C att~erlne'S Sunday Masses, 8 and 10 evening devotious, 7:30 mass. 7:30 Christian* Sc~'en:e A Branch of The Mother First Church of Christ, Massachusetts, holds 10:45 A. M,, Sunday Wednesday evening services =~-llgUSt 14, 1927--Subject: Sunday services--Church m. :Worship and 7:00 p.m. Mid.week 7.00 p.m. Everyone the services. THE CATALINA ISLAN UNITED STATES F Avalon, California Mail arrives daily, except 12:00 A. M. and 6 P. M. Outgoing mail closes Sunday, at 7:15 A. M. The Postoffice is open Sunday, from 8 A~ M. Grace Ashbridge,