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Y, NOV. 23, 1932 Catalina FISH PLEASURE PIER Open All the Year FISH MARKET Oysters, S hrimp, Etc., in Season. Smoked Fish FOR ANGLERS Hammond, Proprietor JOHN J. WHITE IENTIST Oral Surgery TELEPHONE 125 HOSPITAL Hospital luipped for Medical,[ Obstetrical Service I Diagnostic Laboratoriesl 2:.gisteredE LN::22: ssl and Souvenirs Look for the Sign of Curio Store D. MacRae Co, ! PIPES! Suit Every Smoker ReQuisites of Ever.v DescriVtion carry a full line of Fan- aft),, which we are pre- or mail for you. Angeles Prices Prevailing LINA ISLANDER LOS ANGELES PAPERS HERE DAY for Every, body ~ards and Souvenir Books Near Staamer Pier ;UI~SCRIBE TO THE ISLANDER. WHY ADS PAY! .-----.I.__. are the largest group of )ers. There are why this is true, but t one to the mechant or influence per cent of the today. apparent that if a sell the most mer- must constantly appeal buyers. Upon of his store, his suc- rests. are reading the pa- a receptive mood. reaches them at have a lasting ef- stant advertiser's ap- cumulative to her. :es They contained because the.y have experience. o Patronize Advertise ~R THE DOCTOR SPEAKS (Prepared by the Los Angeles Coun- ty Medical Association to help you to retain or regain health througil a bet- ter nnderstan(ling of facts accepted by all reco~znized Doctors of Medicine.) WHAT PRICE HEALTH Heahh is indispensable and invalu- able. There is an inseparable rela- tionshi1) between body an(t mind. hn- 1)aired health always mars, to a great- er or lesser degree, and sometimes jeopardizes the attainment of our high- est aspirations. Fro:n a purely monetary standpoint the loss of wages from absence due to illness anlonnts to some two billion dollars each year. The permanent in- terruption of wages due t() l)remature and postponable death is estimated at six billion dollars. The cost of care for the sick (not the cost of medical care, but including it) is three billion dollars a year. A grand total of elev- en billion dollars, or nearly one hun- (Ired dollars for every 1nan. wonlall, and chihl in this country. a munity to maintain his health. The success of your doctor in at- tending to your aihnents will depend much on your faith in him. There nmst be a patient-physician relation- ship. It is true that you. can receive a diptheria anti-toxin injection or smallpox vaccination without an iota of faith in the doctor administering it, and still receive immunity from the disease. But in the general and spe- cial practice of medicine and surgery a patient-physician faith is of high importance. This can best come from the private physician. It is lost in the British panel system of administering medical care; it would be lost in the socializa- tion of medicine, and it is lost in what we have seen of the industrialization of medicine. The importance of health shouhl in- dicate that we all become more heahh- minded in the sense that we seek to protect our health by good food, san- itary living conditions, hygienic regu- lations, and provision for competent medical attention when illness strikes. By providing financially to guard against health one should make due "allowance in the fanfily budget for the care of the sick, just as we are accus- tomed to allow for rent, groceries, clothing, entertainment, etc. The problem of paying for illness is not to be considered the high cost of medi- cal care, but rather, the high cost of failure to make provision for the care of sickness and the high cost of neg- lect in allowing small illnesses to be- come major and serious aihnents. Statistics 1)rove that 58 per cent of all men who reach the age of fifty years bee~mle del)endent Ul)On society for charity. Why ? Chiefly because most of them never practiced the rule ()f living within their means. The I)()orest Chinese live by the rule, to al- ways save so:he of their earnings re- gardless of how little they earn. A uati~mal el)idenfic of l)leasure-1)hobia has placed a great burden Ul)On char- itv in this country. Provision for the care of sickness is as inlp()rtant ;is provision for food, clothing and sheller. When just pro- vision is made in the family budget, there will be little call upon charity. -- :o:-- THE MASONIC SYMBOL Harry CarT, in his interesting col- umn in the Los Angeles Times, says that "out of a little village near Casa (;rande archeologists have dug up an (,rnament with a perfect reproduction ~,f a Masonic square and eolnpass. Yon can laugh that one off. It was lost or buried thousands of years ago. Usually they cremated their (lead, but in one of the outlying villages is a r~,',m with an alcove walled off. In this alcove was foun(t one of the few skeletons of Casa Grande." --:O:-- The policeman's' son was learning music. "How many beats are there to the bar in this piece of music, Dad?" "Fancy asking a policeman a ques- tion like that," said the boy's mother. "If you asked your daddy how many bars there were to the beat he might have been able to tell you !"--Tit-Bits. Catalina Island will give you the "rest of your life"--in whichever sense you choose to take it. B. E. BBISIlIN Plumbing Sheel lelal Expert Repairs Telephone 210 (Day or Night) Estimates Freely Given CARVEI BUILDINO ~t Mrs. C. B. PARKER) Taxidermist Telephone, Avalon 178 AVALON. CALIFOR'NIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty 112 Avalon Blvd. WIhMINGTON, CALIF. KWIK WAY VALVE GRINDING EZEL BRAKE TESTER TRU DRUM LATHE Agents for U. S. Tires. Willard Batteries and Union Gasolin~ J j On your next trip to LOS ANGELES i tTZ BELMONT HOTEL | .~. CIVIC CENTERS BEST--AT POPULAR PRICES ~. m RATES: One Person, $1.00 to $2.00; Two Persons, $1.50 to $2.50 .~ Two Blocks from Pershing Square, and accessible to all business activ- .~. ities and numerous Auto Parks --- New State Building -- Now City Hall --Hall of Records -- Hall of Justice -- Theatres and Shopplng. 165 Rooms Good Service and Modern Conveniences | 165 Baths LEIGH A. FULLER, Manager PAGE FIVE 0rton's Sandwich Shop Fountain Service Hot Chocolate---Coffee Chili--Tamales MAGAZINES & PERIODICALS J. J. ORTON, Prop. Pavhlion Building Crescent Avenue J In AH TheWorld No Trip Like Thi"s SEND THE ISLANDER TO SOME FRIEND WHO KNOWS CATALINA HAS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION EXPIRED? YOU NEED THE ISLANDER Spend Your Money with your home mer- chants. They help pay the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a community worth while. You will find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. / Our Adlet Coluum helvs. Try it.