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February 17, 2012

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News: Thompson Reservoir full. 1143 acre feet and spilling over. Is- land water consumption has been between 370-385 acre feet a year. The Avalon Fire Department' was called 536 times. 480 were for ambulance and medical assistance.. Paving brick, Crescent sidewalk, between Clarissa and Cata- lina, will be extended to sea- wall. Avalon received $3115 in highway users tax. Seaward side of the Mole is being considered to be used with use of large floats. Season rainfall, 7.82. Last year, 15.21 Average Temperature: High, 59 degrees; Low, 48 degrees; wa- ter, 57 degrees Prince George, 350' floating hotel steamer, 103 units, outside of Mole, turned down by City Council Strongest N. E. storm since 1983 hit Avalon. 30-35 knot winds, 6' swells. Announcements: Heloise Gosch Hansen (May 27, 1888-January 31, 1987) Male Hernandez, born January 29, 1987, to Marie and Jorge Her- nandez George Wehrung (January 4, 1938- January 30, 1987) Kathleen Vojkovich married Tim Bombard, February 7, 1987, St. Catherine Church Don Honey had a surprise birthday party Carolyn (Crowder) Coo Brede (1943-February 1, 1987) Helen Baylor died on January 17 Jim Bowen died on February 12' William (Bill) R. Bair (May 2.5, 1936-February 14, 1987) June E. Jones died December 27, 1986 Constance Lovell died February 18 Entertainment: Women's Club presented free or- gan concert with Bob Salis- bury Rotary recognized Louie Crow and Malcolm Renton for 50 years of membership and be- ing charter members. Square dancing at school to raise money for the library. Art appreciation classes were be- ing conducted by Mrs. Anita Abutin City swap meet, City Park, E. Crescent Casino Theatre, ;thursday and Sunday, 7:30PM, Friday and Saturday, 7:15 and 9, closed Monday-Wednesday First annual Catalina Underwater Photo Competition, put on by Underwater Photographic So- ciety of Northern California and the Blue Dolphin House of Avalon. $25,000 grant to the city of Avalon to provide home care for Se- nior Citizens Business: Dick Gosselin, Director, Public Works Angelo Kelis, local manager, Southern California Edison Stephen Morand, new, President, Student Body Rena Rene, President, Catalina Is- land Seniors Delver Thompson, 'Officer, Code Enforcement Herbert Wegmann, Master, Ma- sonic Lodge City Council: Bud Smith, Mayor; Gilbert Saldana, Irene Stroble, Hal Host, and George Scott. John Langley, City Manager A1-Anon/Alateen Avalon Clinic, 204 Metropole Avalon Liquor Store's Design-A- Shirt, 114 Catalina Best Little Storehouse In Avalon, Post Office Arcade Bible Church, 346 Catalina Cafe Metropole, 107 Metropole Campo Bravo Hotel, 417 Crescent Canyon Restaurant, 888 Country Club Road Casino Art Gallery Catalina Department Store, 421 Crescent Catalina Gold Company, Metro- pole Market Place Catalina Housing Company, 197 Crescent Catalina Underwater Association Community Services Department, new building, 410 Avalon Canyon DMKB, Inc., 315 Crescent, candy, fast food, and take-out Exchange Club to rebuild CanYon Terrace Theatre, school 5.2.6 help with math home for Ju- nior High students on cable. Fred And Sally's Market,: 119 Catalina SENIOR OF THE WEEK Isaac Felix Class of 1987 AKA: Ike, Eyes, Cuz, Chump, Blood UNIQUE CHARACTERISTICS: Ready to get down anytime, any- place, anywhere. YOU" CAN ALWAYS FIND ME: Ben Weston, playing any kind of sport, partying with my friends or just: kicking it at home. LIFE STORY: Always pulling it off at the last minute! AHS HOSTS STUDENT AND THE LAW LECTURE The Avalon Sheriff's Sta- tion was invited to teacher Chris Blehm's classroom at Avalon High School in January to participate in Socratic discussions with 12 t- Grade students on "Juveniles and the Justice" System." The students were assigned criminal case stud- ies as part of a class assignment for a thesis project. Sgt. Robert Berardi facilitated the discussions after lecturing on topics defining a "Ward" (pursuant to the Welfare Institutions Code), case law under a 1970. court deci- sion titled "Glady's R," where law enforcement must be able to' estab- lish a minor under 14 could differ- entiate between right and wrong, and laws to determine a minor committing certain violent crimes is '!fit" to stand trial as-an, adult. The lecture also included legal de- cisions that prohibit minors from receiving a death'sentence. The stud.ents formed groups af- ter the lecture to discuss the merits of their position. The event was extremely educational and a ben- efit to Avalon Station. The students appreciated the visit and felt more engaged with the deputies assigned to Avalon Station. Avalon Mayor Bob Kennedy attended the event. DEEUcense#01394874 , February 17, 2012 119 Olive Street - Incredible View! Home buih in 1921.2,256 SF +/- Iol. 51,2oo, ooo 120 HAl Street - Great View Duplex. Main Unit- 2 BR, 1.75 BA. Second Unit- 1 BR, 1 BA, Large Deck. RED S745,800 342 Sumner - Charming Beach Cottage. 2 BR, 2 BA, Furnished. $499,000 351 Catalina- 6 BD, 6 BA. Spanish Style on lhe Flats. Large Lot. Well Maintained! $899,000 316.5 Whitley - Triplex 3BD/2BA; 2BD/! BA; 1BD/I BA. Great Invesl- menl Opportunity! $899,000 343 (otdm, Triplex- Main Unit, 1 BB, l BA Vacation Rental, 2 Studios Year Round Rentals. 5775,000 Bahia Vista B-32- 1 BD, l BA. 797 sq. ft. End Unit. 5325,000 11 Canyon Terrace-3 BD, 2 BA. Vacation Rental! 5749,000 211 Clarissa - Duplex Unit 1 ~ 3 BD 3 BA. Unit 2-3 BD, 1.75 BA. Greol Income Properly! $1,299,000 328 Descanso Duplex - 3 BR, 1.75 BAand 1 BR, I BA. S662,000 Olive Street View Lots - Build your dream home on ! of 4 lots available! $399,000 to $499,000 Wrigley Terrace Lots - Build your dream home on 1 of 6 lots available! $950,ooo to S],2oo, o_oo 316 Sumner- Unit 1~1 BR, l BA Unit 2-1 BR, 1 BA; Unit 3~Studio $499,000 52 Fairview Terrace- 2 BR, 2 BA plus: Loft. Move In Ready. S499,000 339 Desconso - 4BD, 2.25 BA. 1,938 sq. ft. S579,000 CHECK OUT THESE GREAT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! Villa 4-16 ~ 1 BD, 2 BA. Views and Vocation Rental! 5499,000 Villa 1-53 ~ 1 BD 12 BA, Custom Design,0cean Views. 5550,000 Villa 9-60 ~ Top Corner of Bldg. Immoculole, Smart Car Incl. S675,000 Villa 2-47 ~ 20 sleps to properly. End Unit w/vac, rental permit. 5625,000 Villa 2-27 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Great Views of!he Ocean! S549,000 Villa !-57 ~ ]BD, 1 BA w/views! Beautifully Appointed! $399,000 VEIn ! 0-77 - 2 BD, 2 BA, Pine Includes Land Purd! 5524,000 Villa 17-80 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Price Includes Land Purchase! $699,900 Villa i0-66 ~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Least expensive 3 BD in HC! 5984,000 ! 62 Middle Terrace - $999,999 217 Beacon A - $629,000 00lla 1-s9 - $499,000 ! 91 Lower Terrace: S799,500 Villa 2-32 - $379,000 Villa 10-78 -5299,000 227 Beacon A- $740,000 333 Clarissa - $849,000 117 Vieudulau - S925,000 257 E. Whittley - $699,000 354 Descanso - S560,000 87 Sol Vista - ,$305,000 226 Clarissa - $899,000 38 RackJnghorse - SI,399,000 324 Eucalyptus - 5599,000 348 Sumner- $525,000 B46 Bahia Vista - $424,000 THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, February 17, 2012 i 3