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DEC. 7th, 1927 PAGE ELEVEN oil geologist at Bakersfield the Dutch Shell Company, visited to inqnire about col- of foraminifera. On Friday of last week Mrs. F. A. of the San Diego State Co!- and Miss Eunice Mason of the of Southern California, vis- the Institution to obtain assistance Prof. W. E. Allen in connection planktofi researches which they making in Mission Bay and in Slough. "/'HE: CATALINA ISLANDER SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY Qontinued from page 1 column 4 anti dumb are often more easily than arc those of a per- who is a deceptive and fluent Speech frequently conceals Umlcrlying motives of the mind. to the Motivationist, motive is force that releases the ac- of the "energy centers," which domiuated and controlled by PSYCHOLOGY academic psychologists make stndy of the "white rat," h,-they say, has the same mental as those of human beings. rats" think and have minds, animals with "blood streams" glands of internal secretions, are constituted, and their actions product of mind, education, cul- and training. Goodbye--f0r the ieal value of the term "in- !- SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY cm the subject of "rats," one call attention to the Motivations a few interesting subjects, known as "di}sert rats," "wharf rats," "tene- rats with criminal motives," and, least of all understood of the hu- species, "the society rat," who and deceitfully builds a nest "lap of luxury," motiva(ed to conflict and discontent in the of those less hateful, jealous and g! p SUNSHINE PSYCHOLOGY ~nYway, the Motivationist does find at of mental sunshine in t~is world) lshine that has its value in bright- the human nfind so it constautly adjustments to worth-while en- And, as one exercises the of appreciation, thankfulness, loyalty, etc., there is a reali- that one is attaining something that elusive thing which is called Happiness." THE CATALINA ISLANDER AVALON PUBLIC LIBRARY of the Los Angeles County in Atwater Arcade, is open Week clay from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P, M. , T~IE CATALINA ISLANDER VAL()N CHURCH SERVICES Cathollc~-St. Catherine's Masses, 8 and l0 a. m. Sunday 7:30 p.m. Week day a. hi. Chrlst|an * Sc:'en;e Society l~ir~, llranch of The Mother Church The I,~a~t~ Church of Christ, Scientist, in Boston, 10,4~aehnsetts hold~ Slmclav Servico~ at tllir~~ A. M. ' Wednesdey evenlnk servlee on ~; Wednesday of each month at 8 o'clock, ,17h ulJject December II I927. "God e Preserver of Man " Community--Congregational ~1. tlt/~ay services--Chinch School at 9:30., ~:00 "vorshil) and Sermon, 10:30 a.m. and /:00 P.m. Mid-weekservice Wednesday at th~ slLn), l~vervone cordially invited to all ~I'VIces. l l~atronize the advertise-'s in your %al Paper. Be a Booster, l':(2atalina-~"i'-n all the world no trip utt this." WHAT TRi~.ASURES. ARE FRIENDS f ~Continucd from page 1 column 3) of the Islander, thanks to its ever generous-with-space Editor, is a photo- graph that shows them---or part of them--rather well! I say "part of them" as there arc two more tocome : One from the Johnson Company, mak- ers of the famous Outboard Motor with which many of the racers will be engined, and another from the Caille Co. of Detroit, also manufacturers of outboard motors--and good ones. Ray E Chapin, my right hand bower on the mainland, reports that "all you hear along the waterfronts is 'The Mo~t Race'---everybody is all pepped up over it, and crazy about the splendid Tro- phies!" Entries continue to pour in! The charming Miss Loretta TurnbuU. who made such an excellent showing in the Avalon-Balboa Race early this year, is one of the "stars" among the women entrants. She is bringing two b~,ats- onc for use if the sea is at all choppy; the other for cahn water. As a matter of fact, many of the entrants are doing the same thing. The Santa Catalina Island Company - alwltys ready to do the generous aud kimlly thing--has advised me. thru President Patrick, that the racing craft will be brought over from Wil- mington, and returned thither gratis! Very sportsmanlike of II Presidente l'atrick--and MUCH APPRECIATED especially as the Hon. SCI Co. are in no way responsible for the Race, ntw have they aught to do with the arrangements, etc. No! It was a kind- Iv act on the President's part! At another little get-together lunch- con at the Alexandria last Monday, were Mr and Mrs. Biddick, Ray Chap- in Executive Vice President Thomson. of the Los Angeles-First National Bank. Mt representing Mr. Lowry, the Sporting Editor of the "Times, Eyre Powell, of the Powell News Photograph Service---who is do- enjoy the delightful trip through thepictur-][ esque Southland and romantic Old SouthJJ The colorful route east of Southern Pacific's "'Sunset Limited" skirts the nations southern border Through California's orange lands; across fertile mesas, broad cattle ranges. Phoenix, El Paso, San Antonio, Houston, and on along the placid bayous of Louisiana to New Orleans. "Sunset Limited," famed round the world, carries you swiftly and comfortably. Its appointments are superb; comparable to those of a fine hotel or club. From New Orleans you can continue by train to mid- dle west or eastern points, or by Sbuthem Pacific steam- ship to New York (meals and berth on the ship included in your fare). You can go this way and return if you wish over an- other Southcrn Pacific route Goldcn State Route be- tween Los Angeles, El Paso and Chicago; Overland Route San Francisco, Ogden and Clficago; and Shasta Route to Pacific Northwest and east over northern lines. A choice offered only by Southern Pacific. The new Sunset Route booklet describes this inviting trip in detail. Ask for a copy and for further particulars. See Apache Trail oy Arizona Enroute. Southern Pacific C. L. McFAUL, Asst. Pass, Tr. Mgr. P, E. BIdg;, Los Angeles / ing great work in the Race publicity, Clyde Marshall Jr., EAitor of Radio Doings, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Hansen Jr.--Mr. Hansen being in the Engineering Divisiou of the Telephone Co. In the afternoon I again was ac- corded thc microphone privileges of KHJ, KNX, KFWB and KMTR. The following Stations have regulat'- ly been announcing the Race, giving details, el;c, at various times during their programs: KNX. KFWB, KMIC, KMTR, KFSD, KFON, KFVD, KPLA, KNRC and KWTC. I ant greatly in- debted, to them all for their kfildtlesses. With such loyal assistance as this. no fear bm that the Biggest Race for Little Boats will be THE aquatic event/ of Southern California this "winter!" NOTICE OF PUBLIC WORK. l'ub!ic notice is hereby &riven that o~ Monday, the 17th day of October, 1927, the City Council (formerly the Board of Trustees) of the City of Avalon did at its meeting on said date pass a Res- olution, No. 400. declaring its intention to order the following street work to bc done, to-wit: To close up and vacate all that por- tion of Whittley. Avenue m the said City more pa.rticularly described as fol- h,ws:' All ihat llbrtidn Of Whittley :\venue .lying 13 feet on each side of the following described center line: Be'ginning at a 'point north 5 degrees 9.4 minutes cast 15 feet from the most eastcrlv corner of lot 26, B'.ock 13, Town ~f Avalon, as pcr map recorded n Book 321' page 67 et seq. Miscella- neous Records Of I.z~s Angeles County i thence north :84 degrees 36 minutes west 40 feet ; thence southwesterly, southerly and,southeasterly 258.33 feet on a curve concave tothe easterly and having a rad.itis of 85 feet and a centi'al angle of 174'degrees 8 minutes; thence south 78 degrees 44 minutes east 120 feet, and all of Avaklt| avenuc in: said City more particu'arly described ;as follows: All of Avalon Avenue as S['lOWtl Ill)~la the map of the Banning Tract, as per map recorded in Book 72, Pages 96 and 98, Miscellaneous Records of Los Angeles County, includ- ing all of Avalon Avenue lying 30 feeti along each side of the center line de- scribed as follows: Beginning at a; point sonth 32'tle~rees 59 minutes eastl 30.61 feet from the mostnortherly cor- [ ner of Lot B, said Banning Tract thence south 25 degrees 30 minutes west 339.4 feet: thence south 31 de-: grees 45 miuu,tes west 970 feet; thence south .q degrees 30 minutes west 350' feet, said Wtfittley Avenue and said' .\~,'alon Aventtc being Ilublic streets i.n the City of Avalon That the exterior botmdaries of the districts of lands to be affccted or bene-. fittcd by said work or improvement and to be assessed to pay the damages, cosl and exlienses thereof are (tescribed as follows : I (a) For Whittley Avenue: I Begiuning at the most easterly cot-l her of I,ot. 26, Block 13, Town of Ava-, loh~ as per map recorded in Book 34, pa~e 67 et seq. Miseellaneaus Records of I,os Angeles County; thence north 5 degrees 24 minutes east 130 feet: thence north ~ degrees 36 minutes- west 3{)0 feet: thence south 5 degrees 24 minutes west 394.51 feet ; thence south 78 degrees 44 minutes cast 399.02 feet to the southeaster,y corner (if Lot 12, said Town of Avalon; thence nor- therly to the northeasterly corner of said Lot 12 ; thence northwesterly to the southeasterly corner of I,ot 28, Block 13, said Town of Avalon; thence nor- therly to the nortlu:asterly corner of. said L(,t 28: thence westerly to the southeasterly owner (ff Lo! :56. Block 13. said To,,~n of Avalon: thence nor- therlv to the l oint of beginning, ex- cel)titl~Z tbcrcfronl any portion of ally public street (~i alcy which may be incluiled within the above descrihed asscssmeut district. (b J For Ax'alon Avenue : l~e~innin~ at the most northerly cor- m'r c,f I,ot B. Banning Tract. as per map recorded iu Book 72 v~ge 96, Miscellaneous Records of l,os Angeles County: thence south 60 degrees I t