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REAL ESTATE News Los Angeles County made avail- able to Avalon a grant for $80.000 to go t06wd park recreation, open space acqui- sition or improvement @roj- ects. $40,000 - pool: $5,000 - day park: $20.000 - children's park: $5,000 - topographical study of Buena Vista Park; $10,000 - Museum. Juanita Constible was studyin the effects on the Island oD400 bison. CIF ring ceremony r n's CIF Division  I3asball Champions, Person Of The Year contest in, the Catalina Islander. Letters To The Editor showed a lot of concern about "Von's tak- ing over the miniature golf course." Dr. William May, ophthalmologist, was in Avalon during January. New County Black Hawk Sikor- sky helicopter was not avail- able for Interior fires. The Bird Park housing project was nearing completion. ,The Los Angeles Superior Court found Southern California Edison liable for the damage caused in the Falls Canyon flood of 1995. The city of Avalon gave the hos- pital $21,180 from commu- nity solicitation. The hospi- tal received "critical access" designation from the federal government. General A red brick walkway was laid be- tween the main Isthmus Plaza and the publjcvretropms/ showers. "    New Community Services office at Las Casitas.  old office space became Calina f Kid Ventures. The Museum was closed on Wednesdays. Catalina Kid Ventures hosted Long Beach City College teaching classes in cabinet making and child development. A toddler facility was being added. Field of Dreams was closed down for renovation. "Walk Of Love Program" brick at City Park, East end of Cres- cent, being ordered. Mt. Garbagio's (City Dump) was trash still being incinerated. "'Between Two Harbors," by Doug Oudin. was a weekly column in the Islander. The Inn On Mt. Atajoined just 240 proprietors nationwide to re- ceive the Four-Star Award by "Mobile Travel Guide." By 2002, the had received this award for the 13th year in a row. "Westways Magazines" named the Casino Ballroom as one of the eight great places in Califor- nia to get married. Fantasy" was a in the Islander. "Catalina Toastmasters Club." #991. "Diet Chatter," b Jean Devirian. was a weeklycpoking column in the IslandeE "Ecstasy," cruise ship. Fake Ad: bi-wekly column in "Islander," "Dole And Gore - Rob Dole and Alfred Gore running for Mayor and Vice- Mayor of Avtdon"; "Adopt A Whale In Avalon," put a 120- foot plastic whale in front x)f your shop or ffice. "Greater Long Bach Child Guid- ance Center, Inc.," 125 Metro- pole, Cricket Alley. "Hamilton Cove Real Estate" 125 Metropole, Cricket Alley. "The Hike." Conservancy monthly hikes. "Island Almanac;" by Kathleen Hill Zeller, was a weekly col- umn in the Islander. "Newsday Crossword Puzzle," by Stanley Newman, appeared weekly in the Islander. "On The Rock." by Sherri Walker, was a weekly column in the Islander. "Professional Organizing Service," Rocky Westlake. "Spa At Catalina," Crescent and Metropole. "View From My Window," Sherri Walker, was a weekly edito- rial in the Islander.. Viking Serenade. cruise ship, made last trip. "Woman's Club." "YogaFor Relaxation." Danny Coon was a detective in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Shirley Davy was city clerk. Bill Green, Administrator, "Avalon Hospital" Lt. Gary Olson was commander of the Sheriff's Station. Eddie Sandoval was director of Community Services. John Skikas was a detective with the Los Angeles County Sher- iff's Department. Obituaries Odie Hernandez, Jr. (Aug. 7, 1957- Jan. 20. 2002). Kathleen L. Hammer (May 8, 1931-Jan. 3, 2002). Helena Maria Clay (Dec. 4, -1945- Dec. 31,2001). Business "The Landing," Crescent and Marilla, delivered pizzas. E1 Galleon had fried chicken spe- cial on weekends. Buffalo Nickel Restaurant, early bird dinners, 5-6:30 p.m. Catalina Express expanded from the Queen Mary to include Catalina Landing when the Queen Mary stopped its monthly parking rates. "Aeronautical Services, Inc." "Avalon Electrical Contracting Company," Rick Deacon, since 1946. "The Blue Parrot" restaurant. 205 Crescent. "Cafe Prego" 603 Crescefft. "Catalina Auto Sales And Servic- es." "Catalina Bachelor Apartments," $135/week, single, $145/ week, double. "Catalina Cabinetry," Noel E. Stall. "Channel House" restaurant, 205 Crescent. "'Clasen Insurance Services," Au- drey Clasen. "The Clubhouse,' Country Club, open for lunch. "The Design Source" 9-56 Playa Azul. "Employee Of The Month," Cham- ber, named Diana Moonan, second time, "Sally's Waffle Shop." "Huart Planning And Design Con- sultants," 330 Clemente. "Island Wave Salon," 205 Cres- cent. "M & E Service" 343 Catalina. Real Estate 214 Beacon, $550,000; 110 Hill Street, $950,000. Cheryl Allison, 326 B. Whittley. Marcela Anaya, 343 Catalina. Barbara Drew, 359 Catalina. Ray Jane Flares, 129 A Vieudelou. Lawrence Harris, Jr., 32 Sol Vista. Eric William Huart. 330 Clem- ente. Cheryl Gay-McGill, 9-56 Playa Azul. "Beach Reality," 307 Sumner. Peggy Meier, Real Estate, Post Of- fice Arcade. Bob Farrow, "Catalina Realtors" Entertainment The Casino theater was open on Friday and Saturday only. KISL radio, Glenn Robison, "Rap- idly Rotating Records," to feature the Dick Jurgens Or- - chestra, who performed in the Casino Ball from during 1938-41. Sports John Regaldo had a "hole-in-one." Night co-ed softball league start- ed. The Pitch and Putt Course was found to contain lead. Religion Father Paul Siebenand, "St. Catho- lic Church-" "Catalina Bible Church," 346 Catalina. For more information on Time Capsule items, feel free to contact Chuck Liddell at liddell@catalinas, net. If you want to read more stories about Chuck and Catalina, his blog is: www. CatalinaIslandMan. cam DRELkease#O1394874 -' January 27, 2012 I ! 9 Olive Street - View! Home built in 1921.2,256 SF +/-lot. SI,200,000 120 Hill Street - Great View Duplex. Main Unit- 2 BR, 1.75 BA. Second Unit- 1 BR, 1 BA, Large Deck. RE0 S745,800 342 Sumner - Charming Beach Cottage. 2 BIL 2 BA, Furnished. $499,000 351 Catalina- 6 BD, 6BA. Spanish Style on the Flats. Large Lot. Well Maintained! $899,000 316.5 Whitley - Triplex 3BD/2BA; 2BD/1BA; 1BD/1BA. Great Invest- ment Opper|unity! $899,000 343 Catalina- Triplex- Main Unit. 1 BR, 1 BA Vacation Rental. 2 Studios Year Round Rentals. $775,000 316 Sumer Trlple - Unit 1-1 BR, 1 BA plus Vatotion Rental Permit. Unit 2-1 BR, I BA; Unit 3,Studio $499,000 74 Sol Vista - Completely Remodeled. 2 Bit, 3.5 BA & Study. $665,000 Bahia Vista B-32- 1 BD. 1 BA[ 797 sq. ft. End Unit. $325,000 11 Canyon Terrace- 3 BD, 2 BA. Vacation' Rental! $749,000 211 clarissa - Duplex Unit 1~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Unit 2-3 BD, 1.75 BA. Great Income Property! $1,699,999 328 Descnaso Duplex - 3 BR, 1.75 BA and l Be,1 BA. $662,000 Olive Street View Lots - Build your dream home on 1 of 4 lots available! $399,000 to $499,000 Wrigley Terrace Lots -Build your dream home on 1 of 6 lots available! $950,000 to SI,200,000 162 Middle Terrace - 3 BR, 3 BA 2 Car Garage. $999,999 52 Fairview Terrace- 2 BR, 2 BA plus Loft. Move In Ready. $499,000 339 Desconso - 4 BD, 2.25 BA. 1,938 sq. ft. $579,000 CHECK OUT THESE GREAT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES/ Villa !-53 - 1 BD 12 BA. Custom Design,Ocean Views. $55"0,000 Villa 9-60 ~ Top Corner of Bldg. Immaculate, Smorl Car Ind. 5675,000 Villa 2-47 ~ 20 steps to property. End Unit w/vac, rental permit. 5625,000 Villa 2-27 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Great Views of the Ocean! $549,000 Villa !-57 ~ 1 BD, 1 BA w/views! Beautifully Appointed! $399,000 Villa ! 0-77 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Price Includes Land Purchase! $524,000 Villa 17-80 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Pe Includes Land Purchase! $699,900 Villa I0-66 ~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Least expensive 3 BD in HQ $984,000 217 Beacon A - $629,000 Villa i-59 ~ $499,000 191 Lower Terrace - $799,500 Villa 2-32 - $379,000 Villa 10-78 -$299,000 227 Beacon A- $740.000 333 Cbrissa - $849,000 ! 17 Vieudulou - $925,000 257 E. Whittley - $699,000 354 Descanso - $560,000 87 Sol Vista - $305,000 226 Clarissa - $899,000 38 Rockinghorse - $1,399,000 324 Eucalyptus - $599,000 348 Sumner- $525.000 B46 Bahia Vista - $424,000 Hamilton Cove 3-19 - $620,000 THE. CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, January 27, 2012 i 3