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Friday, February 19, 2010 The CATAUNA ISLANDER Page 3 REAL ESTATE CATALI E l 25 Years COMPILED BY CHARLES M. KELLY The following information was culled froin Catalina Islander archives in the Catalina Island Museum: News Starting Jan. 25, boaters couldn't call the Coast Guard for non- emergency radio checks 'on the VHF-FM distress fre- quency, Channel 16. After 16 years, harbor patrol boats #1 and #6 were retired. Two new ones, manufactured by Crystallner, replaced them at a cost of $30,000. General Ambulance calls: 1984-400; 1973-160. That season's rain: 12.80 inches. In 1984 to date, 10.11 inches. The Catalina Islander first bebame available on Express boats between Avalon and San Pedro and Two Harbors. Temperature: high, 56 degrees; low, 43 degrees; water, 55 degrees. "Loyal Order of Moose." The Cub Scouts had a Pinewood Derby. Villa Portofino had Mardi Gras. Paula Burke-DeWeese was hospi- tal administrator. Catalina Old Broads Riding Association COBRAS cel- ebrated their first anni- versary a few months late. (The organization started on Thanksgiving, 1983.) The members were: Donna Piacentini, Lidia Saldana, Gall Saldana, Jane Ernest, Lynn Burt, and Joan Propst. Obituaries Floyd R. Boynton Jan. 25, 1985). Clyde "Pappy" Feb. 3, 1985). Francis Edgerton Weiler (June 30- 1907-Feb. 10, 1985). Business "Golden State Senior Discount Program--28 local business- es agreed to give special dis- counts to Islanders and tour- ists 60 years old and older. "Catalina General Store," 125 Metropole. "Catalina Island Christian Camp," #1 White's Landing Road. "Catalina Postcard Co.," Burney Ramming. "Catalina Shuttle Bus Co.," 213 Catalina. "Catalina Stables" appeared in "Western Horseman Magazine,, February 1985. "Security Pacific National Bank," Crescent and Clarissa. "Solomon's Landing," Crescent and Marilla. "Triquorum National" 338 1/2 Eucalyptus, housing. "Weezies," 415 Crescent. "Catalina Video Memories," 322 Clemente. "Catalina Window Cleaning," 211 Clarissa. "Chi Chi Club," Sumner, was gut- ted for new shops. "Davey Jones Locker," Crescent. "DFR Transport," #1 Cabrillo Mole. "Dodie's Country Kitchen," 125 Sumner. "Gull House," 344 Whittley, hous- ing. "House Of Wood," 415 Crescent. "Islander Insurance Agency," Bob Bury. "John F. Perkins, Atwater Arcade, Candidates From page 2 plus an appreciation of the impor- tance of vacation and investment property owners. I take the time to meet with applicants to gain a better under- standing of agenda items, work- ing diligently to prepare myself to the fullest for our meetings. I will maintain my unbiased approach and be a valuable asset to the City Council. HOME()WNER: Has Your Mortgage Lender Broken the Law? You may be entitled to a Cash Settlement Call today, Find out NOW! 877-850-3011 FREE CONSULTATION Se habla Espa5ol Michael Ponce I am committed to promot- ing the best use of our City's resources, repairing our infrastruc- ture, increasing our visitor count via community improvements and regaining fiscal stability within City government. I hope to earn your respect and your vote. Who? Running for what? There are many issues still facing our community such as the fresh water supply, water quality of the Bay, an aging infrastructure, affordable housing and the access to Pebbly Beach road. We need a City Council that can function in a unified, unbiased manner to find effective solutions to any issues at hand. We need to be able to involve all the stake- holders of our community in any planning for the future. The City needs to be more proactive in dealing with the challenges that we are facing. I believe my history with the Council shows my qualified dedi- cation and compassion to have Avalon become a community in which we all take pride. Before you go back to the mainland... take a little Catalina with you. 'Pe Subscribe Today. ! CflTfll,]]ffl IS[I00IIID(00B CAPSULE Pebbly Beach. Company," 321 :SCanSO. Blak, 130 Clarissa, #104, real estate. "The Busy Bee," Crescent. "Casa Miguel," 112 Sumner. "Catalina Bronze Co.," 101 Marilla. "Catalina Cabinetry, Noel E. Stall. "Catalina Cruises": Adult $9.45 one way, $18.90, round trip; children, $5.05 one way, $10.10 round trip; under 2 60 cents, one way, $1.20 round trip. Real Estate Bahia Vista, C-48, $159,900; Canyon Terrace, 91, $78,500. Ralph Morrow, Sr., 14 Chimes Tower Rd. Burney L. Ramming, #1 White Landing Rd. Vincent and June Scaramucci, 115 Whfftley. For more information on Time Capsule items, feel free to con- tact Chuck Liddell at liddell@ catalinas.net. If you want to read more stories about Chuck and Catalina, his blog is: www. CatalinalslandMan. cam Senior of the Week Kenny Beach '55 Favorite Sports: golf and swim- ming Favorite Foods: New York steak with a baked potato, covered in chesse sauce Favorite Actor: Victor Mature Favorite Actress: Janet Leigh Favorite Singer: Joni James Pet Peeve: loud, silly girls Favorite Past Time: loafing Future Plans: going to the University of Michigan and study- ing automotive designing PRIMEX FINANCIAL GROUP 3151 Airway Ave., F-204 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 -' "'   ....   Feb. 19, 2010" 217 Beacon A - 3 BD, 2.5 BA Condo with view. $849,990 356 Clarissa - 3 BD, 2 BA Condo w/views. Motivated! Make Offed 352 Clarissa - 3 BR, 3 BA Lrg. Deck w/Ocean V'ew. $625,000 323 Beacon - 2 BR, 1.75 BA Victorian. Furnished! $650,000 40 Sol Vista - 2 BR, i.5 BA. Move-in Ready! Reduced $475,000 328Descanso Duplex - 3 BR/ 1.75 BA & 1 BR/1 BA $875,000 31 ! Catalina - 3 BR, 2.5 BA Approx. 1,250 sq. ft. $599,000 B34 Bahia Vista - 1 BR, 1 BA Remodeled. Furnished! $436,800 A7 Bahia Vista - 2 BD, 2.5 BA. Fum. w/Golf Cart, $449,000 230 Metropele - Fourplex Zoned Commercial- $985,000 226 Clarissa - 3 BD, 3 BA. Newly Remodeled. $1,150,000 234 Cladssa - 3 BR, 2 BA, Move-in Condition! $819,000 28 Sol Vista - 3 BR, 2 BA 1320 sq ft. REDUCED! $537,500 219 Beacon B - 2 Master BOs. 2.5 BA. Furnished. $875,000 133 Upper Terrace - 5 BD, 6 BA Breathtaking Views! $1,295,000 353 #2 Sumner - 1 BR, 1BA Condo. REDUCED to $379,000 355 Clemente - New Conslruclion. 2 BE 2.5 BA Condo. S649,000 12 Canyon Terrace - 3 BR, 2 BA Vacation Rental Permit. $825,000 3 ! 6.5 Whitley - Triplex 3BD/2BA; 2BD/I BA; 1BD/1BA S1,300,000 Harbor View Estates - Lot lvuil. Build to Suit Custom Home. Call for into. 191 Lower Terrace - Ocean View! Founlion completed. $1,095,000 Villa 10-77 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, 1109 sq. ft. Elegant! $699,000 Villa 18-74 - 3 BD, 3 BA, Spedaculor View! 51,950,000 Villa 9-55 ~ 1 BD, 1 BA Furnished w/Golf Cart! S499,999 Villa 4-16 ~ I BD, 28A, Pm Reflecls Land hldxr RBIU $695,000 Villa 1-53 ~ 1 BD, 2 BA;CI  Design, Ocean Views! $675,000 Villa ! 7-80 ~ 2 BO, 2 BA, Ocean Views! Furnished! $875,000 End Villa ~ 1 BD, 1 BA, Furnished! Price reflects Land chase. $449,500 Villa 9-51 - ! BD, 2 BA Furnished w/Golf Cart! $650,000 ..... y, 1o-66 -'3 80, , The least expensive 3 bedroonl Hamilton Cove! $984,000 209 E. Whittley - Charming Church Bldg. IN ESCROWl $699,000 415 Beacon - 5597,770 316 Clumente - 5625,000*:' ! ! ! Hill Street - $669,000 3 Canyon Terrace - $750,000 322 Sumner - 5575,000 C56 Bahia Vista - 5575,000 16 Canyon Terrace - $745,000 12 Cabrillo Dr. - .$675,000 2 Cabrilb - $659,000 309 Clarissa - 5725,000 19 Camino De Flares- $595,000 31 Camino De Flares- $499,000 A-24 Bahia Vista - $490,000 77 Sol Vista - 5515,000 29 Sol Vista - $399,000 227-B Beacon - $649,999 227-A Beacon - 5649,999 217-B Beacon- 5649,999 319 Beacon - $499,000