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Page 2 The CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, January 15, 1999 II Winter Schedu November 21, 1998 - JdnudrcJ 31, 1999 1. What is the name of the retired civil engineer who built the Holly Hill House in 1890? 2. The oldest house in Avalon is located on the corner of Vleudelou and what street? 3. Who owned Catalina Island from 1892 to 19187 4. ghich Big Band played the longest in the Casino Ballroom? Sponsored by the Catalina Island Museum & Island Threadz To play Island Trivia, just figure out the answers to otJr four questions (to make it easier, we+have hidden the answers amongst the ads). Once you've passed the test, call us up (510-0500) and tell us the answers, your name and your phone number. We'll have a drawing Wednesday at 9 a.m.and announcethe winnernext , week. As for the prize, it's a"Luggage Sticker"short- sleeve tee-shirt and a hat from Island Threadz. Good luck! The Catalina Community Radio station is in the process of relocating transmitter and anten- na facilities to the city-owned park at Buena Vista Point, above the Cabrillo Mole. "lhe project, when complete, will provide a stronger stereo program signal and dramatically increase sta- tion coverage of the Avalon/Catali- na Island service area. Pending the anticipated move of studio facilities to the Las Casitas area, the studio is now located in temporary facilities in the Cottonwood Building at 220 Metropole Avenue. Telephone and fax numbers remain un- changed. It is anticipated that the station will be off the air until Feb. 1, while the new antenna site is pre- pared and temporary operating permission from the Buena Vista Point site is granted by the FCC pending approval of the official relocation application. The volunteer staff of KISL- FM 88.7 look forward to provid- ing the next level of locally-pro- duced music, news, entertainment and educational programming to the Catalina Island service area. Contact Ann Marshall at 510- 1987 or Sunny Callen at 510-0220 for additional information. Last week's contest, Hidden Treasures, was won by Andrea Guzman, who will receive her choice of two passes to Avalon Theatre or two pass- es on the Glass Bottom Trip courtesy of the Santa Catalina Island Company. The hidden trea- sure was located on top of Original Antonio's on Sumner Avenue. Thanks for playing/ ISLAND ALMANAC Night Sky "DRYDAY'' Forecast Hiu zel Moon Phases "DRYDAY"' forecasts are designed to help you plan your activities weeks The Moon completes irs orbit around O ~ O(~ ahead. The planning chart below is a forecast of the daily probability of dry the Earth reaching New position on or rainy weather throughout the month. Remember: risky days are not Sunday. In one religion, this New Moon guaranteed rainy days. marks the end of their holy fasting 1/17 1/24 1/31 2/8 month. The resulting dark skies will Tides 100% make this an excellent weekend for HIGH ft LOW ft 90 observing the stars and four planets that 15 5.9 80 are still visible: Venus, West at sunset; ~i! 3.8 70,| Jupiter, bright and overhead at dark; 16 6.1 Saturn, Fast of Jupiter along the ecliptic; "~ i Ii "I |" -|| " and Mars, South, well after midnight, ii~!~:~:~: 3.9 That brightest star in the sky will be 17 6.2 40 I,|,| II,|. ~. ] found East of Saturn, in a line off Orion's 4.0 il i,1+ iii!i ,! belt. Sirius, the Dog Star, is part of ganis 18 6.24.i . +or+,t isooe o, our c,o st neighboo at only 8.5 light years distant. 19 6.0 ,w,o,l,a141s,elTls,e2o2122z 242s,ezr,s 3o3''234 + 4.2 dlANUARY FrdlRUARY ~t--7----,~ 20 il iii 5.7 Neither guch Weather Services, Inc nor the publisher, guarantee the accuracy of these ~.-"''--- forecasrs and no liability shall devolve upon either. No reproduCtion without written ./ %. f 4.3 atahodmtiop. )1995 Ruth Weaff, er Service, Inc. For tnfornmtion call 714-633-9013. "t Sumise approx. 6:57 a.m. 41, Sunset att~ox. 5:11 p.m. I I I I tl * ISlhllll)(tll Address: P.O.Box 428 ts.Ccg, sr, + Avalon, California 90704 Telephone: (31 O) 510-0500 Fax: (.510) 510-2882 rounded In 1913 by ~,sr Wlndle Sherri Walker Publisher / Editor Konda Robison Art D/rsctor Rebecca Twie~Villawra Advertising Jan Donoho A~nager Campbell Bookk~r Rena gene, Marie WhitUn~n. Kathleen Hill Zeile~ Mary Kate Salerno Rebecca Twiss-Villagra Tom Lingruen ~ ~opwnm~ rmthleea King Travis Porter Hugh Radde Bill ~leist~ Member THE CALIFORNIA ME.PAPER PUBLk.%HER~ ASSOCLATION Publication Mo. 93140 Acceptance under 59C, ER. 3464 Authorized Second Class Postage Paid at Avalon, CA 90704 and other add~omg omce~ Ad~udication Decree Mo. 577598. l~lte of Aqjudlcation: Oct. 4, 1954 I~act Nmne of Newspaper as ~a~wn In the Petition for AeUudlcatlo~ The Catsllna Islander. 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