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December 7, 1932

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DEC. 7, 1932 PAGE FIVE Catalina FISH PLEASURE PIER Open All the Year THE DOCTOR SPEAKS (Prepared by the Los Angeles Coun- ty Medical Association to help you to retain or regain health through a bet- ter understanding of facts accepted by all recognized Doctors of Medicine.) and who justifies such confidence. The fear of many that they have se- rious ailments opens a broad field for the quacks and cultists who are ready to treat these imaginary ills as though they were real. -- ;O'--- 0rton's Sandwich Lc~k for the Sign of Big Curio Store R. D. MacRae Co, Suit Every Smoker ReQuisites of Ever.v Descrivtion :ry a full line of Fan- which we are pre- or mail for you. ~geles Prices Prevailing ISLANDER LOS ANGELES ._ PAPERS HERE EVERY DAY q*m~zin~s for Everybody Qards and Souvenir Books NEWSSTANI) lqe"r St~sr Pier will give you the whichever sense take it. ASHAMED OF SINESS ? NO! 'VERTISE IT any reason why you ashamed of your busi- rchant ? is no secret about :gal and honest business e light of publicity ... e money by advertis- o say you will not, of the more suc- throughout the every week, general trend upward accounts. approve of adver- they do. The reads the advertise- as she reads the 11. has learned that Patronize Advertise Islander. from ._._J , old brisk walk to the store on the cor- ner becomes a mere shuffle and some- thing to fear. As far as he is con- cerned he already is doomed; each step is dogged with the thought that it may be the last one; unconsciously lie begins to feel that he is not fit for the race and so possibly may submit to what he thinks is his fate and re- sign himself to what may be decades of waiting for death. The individual is not qualified to judge whether or not he suffers from a weak or a diseased heart. To make his life miserable because of snap judgment on his part that his heart is not functioning properly is the height of folly. Symptons that may indicate to him that he has heart trouble should not be ignored. With such symptoms he needs medical assurance and advice. It may not be his heart at all. It may be only a stomach con- dition, simple and easy of correctmn, causing distention and pressure against his heart. Again, it may be heart trouble, which if placed under expert medical supervision need not cause .the sufferer any great amount of con- cern. Being a condition that very likely is not at all dangerous if prop- erly understood and treated early enough, it would seem only logical that the person who thinks he has heart trouble should at once consult a physician in whom he has confidence A correlative selection from the Christian Science text-book, "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- tures," by Mary Baker Eddy, Said: "The Christian Scienti..t, understand- ing scientifically that all is Mind, commences with mental causation, the truth of being, to destroy the error. This corrective is an alterative, reach- ing to every part of the human sys- tenl." --:o:-- He Sees Best in Everything An Irishman who had been in this country a couple of years was asked how he liked prohibition. He replied, "It's a darned sight better than no li- quor at all."--Exehange. ,f R. E. BRISBIN Plumbing Sheet Metal rork Expert Repairs Telephone 210 (Day or Night) Estimate~ Freely Given CARVER BUILDINO ,t Mrs. C. B. PARKER, Taxidermist Telephone, Avalon 178 AVALON, CALIFORNIA Careful Mounting of Catalina Fish a Specialty 112 Avalon Blvd. WII MINGTON, CALIF. KWIK WAY VALVE GRINDING EZEL BRAKE TESTER TRU DRUM LATHE Agents for U. S. Tires, Willard Batteries and Unio,, Gasoline J ~~i~.'~~~.~.: :'" :..'. : :" .'. "" " : i On your next trip to LOS ANGELES ;! Tr Third & ! i thye BELMONT HOTEL Hill Sts. | i,,IC CENTERS BEST--AT POPULAR PRI E RATES: One Person, $1.00 to $2.00; Two Persons, $1.50 to $2.50 i Two Blocks from Pershing Square, and accessible to all business act!v- ities and numerous Auto Parks -- New State Building -- New City HaM -- Hall of Records -- Hall o'f Justice -- Theatres and Shopping. 165 Rooms Good Service and Modern Conveniences 165 Baths LEIGH A. FULLER, Manager --. , ,, Effective NOV. 1, 1932 DAILY and SUNDAY hAll lheW0rld hb Trip Like SEND THE ISLANDER TO SOME FRIEND WHO KNOWS CATALINA HAS YOUR SUBSCRIPTION, EXPIRED?' YOU NEED THE ISLANDER Spend Your Money ith vour home mer- chants." They help pav the taxes, keep up the schools, build roads, and make this a cormnunitv wortla while.You wiil find the advertising of the best ones in this paper. Our Adlet Column helps. Ti-y it. and Souvenirs ChristianScience Lesson-Sermon PSEUDO HEART TROUBLE ~'}'1 vC'h0n FISH MARKET "(;od theOnly Cause and Creator" Oysters, Shrimp, Unnecessary mental anguish tin- was the subject of the Lesson-Sermon Etc., in Season. doubtedly is the lot of thonsands iu on Sunday in Christian Science Soci- Fountain Service Smoked Fish this country. The person who wor- etv of Avalon branch of The Mother Hot Chocolate--Coffee ries about 'his or her health is con- Clmrch, The First Church of Christ, FOR ANGLERS stantly :niserable. Such worry, soScientist, in Boston, Mass. The Gold- Chili Tarnales a Hammond, Proprietor very often is uncalled for; such wor- en Text was from the Psahns, "Unto ry "not only kills all chances for real JOHN d. WHITE ] enjoyment of life, but it also consti- theethee' doO GOd,we gived wethanks;give thankS,for thatUntthy MA~~ALS ENTIST ] tutes a grave menace to the health of name is near thy wondrous works de- ) the one who worries. Heart trouble, or fear of heart trou- cl~]]ong the Scriptural passages in J" J" ORTON, Prop. Oral Surgery [ ble, is the cause of much of such the Lesson-Sermon were the words of Pawlion Building ve,-ePsos=- 12s l" grief. A pain over the place wherethe Psahnist:"O'h that men wouhl i: "ALINA HOSPITAL | the heart is supposed to be often sends Crescent Avenue the sufferer into an agony of fear. If praise the Lord for his goodness, and -J this pain recurs front time to time, the for Iris wonderful works to the chil- / "~ sufferer grows more and more worried dren of men ! For he satisfieth the ~, Hospital and constantly more cautious of every longing soul, and filleth the hungry ly equipped for Medical,||move he makes so that lie will notsoul with goodncss... He brought aad Ol~stetrieal Service [strain his heart. Without realizing it, them out of darkness and the shadow Diagnostic Laboratories[ lie is very likely to develop to a stage of death and brake their bands in Registered Nurses ] approaching chronic invalidism, sunder... He sent Iris word, and All work of any kind that he may healed them and delivered them fro:n AVE. TELePRONE eS consider strenuous is taboo; even the their destructions."