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February 1914-2004 Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Catalina islander staff The following information was culled from Catalina Island- er archives in the Catalina Island Museum: 10 Years Ago "Catalina Fact Or Fantasy," weekly "Islander" column, sponsored by the "Avalon Theatre." "Catalina Ocean Rafting," "Ocean Rafting Adventures," "Ad- venture Rafting," 103 Pebbly Beach Road. "Cornerstone," youth center, "Community Church," 236 Metropole, "Knit/Crochet-A- Thon" for the homeless. "Flip's Salt Water Bar And Grill," 128 Catalina. "Library," 215 Sumner, 90th An- niversary. 25 Years Ago Mack Montano moved to Ana- heim. Angel Lopez (August 3, 1920-Feb- ruary 2, 1989). Victor A. Murillo married Victoria A. Fleming, January 29, 1989. Rena Rene received a resolution from the City Council. Paul Reynolds married Penny King, February 26, 1989. The third temporary fire truck ga- rage went up on the E. side of Metropole, heading up hill, #1-1965, #2-1981. Joe Druliner (1911-January 28, 1989). Wilfred Lauritz "Pete" Peterson (1905-February 12, 1989). "Armstrong's Restaurant" 306 Crescent. "Avalon Pediatric Clinic," 225 Marilla, Dr. Michael Canter. "Buoy 205," restaurant, 205 Cres- cent (upstairs), lunch/dinner, Thursday-Sunday, Bob Salis- bury, piano bar. "Carousel Ice Cream Shop," 205 Crescent, #125. "Casino Theatre," same show weekly, 7 p.m Saturday, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. "Catalina Design," 125 Sumner. "Catalina Gold Co " Metropole Market Place. 50 Years Ago "Lincoln Trapp Marinbe And Sports," 124 Catalina. "Los Gatos Club." "Malibu Inn," 888 Los Lomas, added third unit, now 6 rental units, recreation room, and utility room. "Mexican Arts Shop," moved from the E O. Arcade to 108 Metro- pole. "Pink Ladies," hospital. "The Santa Catalina Island, Co," 150 Metropole, built a new "Planning Conference Room" and rustic wood planter boxes on the Metropole side. They also purchased the Wrigley home and light it up at night "Scari's Hotel," 101/111 Crescent, 4 additional units approved. "Square Dancing," Pebbly Beach. "Tony's Fiesta Cafe," 203 Cres- cent. "William A. Jones Plumbing And Heating." "Women's Club," received the flag which flew over the U. S. Cap- ital Building, November 21, 1963, the day before President Kennedy was assassinated. "Book And Travel Club." Robert Baflow, Middle Terrace, approved. Tom Gill, 333 Los Lomas. Frank A. and Beverly V. Kelley, 199 Chimes Road. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce J. Moore, 306 Whittley. Jim Rae, County Club Road, ap- proved. Kelsey and Alma Turner, 232 Catalina. 75 Years Ago "White Cap Rathskelier Coffee Shop", 111-13 Sumner. "Wilmington-Catalina Airlines," Hamilton Cove. "Women's Christian Temperance Union." "Bachelor Hall" moved from Cla- rissa/Beacon to the "Zane Grey." It is made up of May- or, Wilbur L. White, Jack Emmerick, William Payne, Harvey Cowell, and Walter L. Seiler. HUncey Gildner, #9 Falls Canyon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ginnett, E. Whittley. Kendall Family, Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. A. Bert Owen, 322 Marilla. James Ramsey, Pebbly Beach. Stollz and Glenn O. Taylor, E. Ter- race. Louis C./Harriet Waldman, 134 Whittley. Marie A. Weiss, 225 Descanso. Madame Ethel Wolfe, Chimes Road, one house down from Chimes. Frederick Baker, City Attorney. O. C. Hoover, Council. Ralph Humphries, President, "American Legion." Miss Edith L. McKay, City Clerk. Percy E. Mackey, Council. Dwight Moore, projectionist, "Ca- sino Theatre" and "Riviera Theatre." Abe Perluss, Council. Arthur R. Sanger, new, Commo- dore, "Tuna Club." "Blackie" Schatan, new, Student Body President. Harry S. Slaugh, Executive V. P "Santa Catalina Island Com- pany." John C. Wegmann, Harbor Mas- ter. Judge Ernest Windle. "Oral Expression" was taught in the High School. "American- ization Class" was taught in the elementary classes, Miss Sick and Tired of feeling Sick and Tired? Lets make 2014 your best year eve LauraWhitby 310 9913771 flybikeswim@yahoo.com Coons. "Home Hygiene And Care Of The Sick" was taught to adults. "The Chicago Cubs" arrived in Avalon for their yearly "Spring Training." 100 Years Ago "Hermosa," cross channel steam ship, was in "dry dock." "Hevren & Richardson Restau- rant," 305 Crescent, just East of "U. S. Bank." "Juanita," fishing launch, George Michaelis. "Ladies Aid Society," Community Church. "Ladies Whist Club." "Lady Lou," first motorized side- wheeler glass bottom boat. "Leta D " cross channel steam ship, Capt. O. I. Danielson. - "Loraine Flats," Whittley. "Mary William Club," women's club, put on a play at "The Strand Theatre', called !'How The Story Grew." John E. Mathewson, boat builder, top of Whittley. "Metropole Hotel," now location of the "Metropole Market Place." "Mirimar Hotel," Casino Way, across from and just West from the "Tuna Club." "Power Plant," 204 Metropole, lo- cation of the Dr. Calise's den- tal office and the "Island Com- pany Human Resource" department, was owned by the "S. C. I Co." and resumed electricity to Avalon Wednes- day mornings until Noon, for laundry purposes. "Rose Hotel," Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Rose, North/West side of Whittley, across and up from present "Metropole Hotel." "Santa Catalina Island Company," East side of the foot of the "Steamer Pier." "Sophia Yacht Club," 131 Metro- pole, location of present video store. To contact Chuck Liddell, e- mail him at chuckliddell.cata- lina @gmaiLcom. &B DREtker~#O1394874 339 Metropde Ave Ocean & hillside view Avalon home. 2BD, 1 BA, 892 SF +/- New listing offered at S499,000 338 Sonmer Ave- Upgraded/Remedeled 3BD, 2.5 BA, 1204 SF+/- home. View balcony, vocation remi permiL long rental history. Price reduced! 5659,000 337 Stow Ave. - Triplex on o Ire'go lot (2600SQFI +/-), V~tion rental permit in front wi$ repeat guests, and two eae bedroom year-rand rentab in back + ymd. Sdd "us-i . Huge pateafial for future devdomm. Sa7 S, O0O 11 Ctescem Avenue-Seoside Sanctuory w/spectacular oceon views! 4 BR, 4 BA colonial slyle home, seporete guest qomlers, patio, view deck, 1,850 SF +/- Offered ca $2,395,000 119 Olive Street- incredible vi ! Home bus in 1921. Lot size 2,250 SF +/-, Io! 45'x50'. $950,000 351 SNeer Ave- podo duplex, large lot 3,233SF +/-, unit 1-3gD, 2BA and onil 2.2gO,1BA $775,000 32 Fairviaw Te.ace 3 BD, 3 BA, 1,839 SF ,/- Completdy remodeled, fireplace, custom deloils lhronghout. Spedaculor view patio. S699,000 Bahia Vista A-1 2 BD, 2.5 BA, 1,230 SF +/- Corner unil. Vacation II~ld. $425,000 1 Bahia Vista B-34 Clean, beautifully remodeled BD, 1 BA, Currondy a Vocation Rental. Comes fully furnished. $285,000 Bahia Vista C-60 Fractional ownership 2 BD, 2 BA, 749 SF +]- Ocean view, golf tart. S49,000 .[]" [] Catalina island Real Estate February21,2014 Vi 2-47 ~ 1 el), 1 ~ 840 SF+/- Ttm~ey, cera~ unil. S~il tmbaT~ vit~. 2-39 - ! BD, 1eA,755 S~+/- rmnm~ ' lt~, F~, r~lf Coo, 130 Hill St. 4,000~ New tkittqt $495,000 Wrigley Tmace Lots- Build your &era homo 1 of 6 lots ovoilab]e! $950,000 to $1,200,000 2 "READY TO BUILD" View Lots 145 Olive St. 3,185 SF mlls~le Ilorber & ~m Hem S359,00~ 140 Hdl St 3,325 SF i ldidde Iol & ~,~ $28~,000 ~ A-26 - S~,000 37] - Sw ,ooo HC Via 3-22 - $89q,000 322 L yr dnloy - SI,39S, O00 151 Olive St. Lot - $419,000 155 Olive St. Lot - $399,000 344 - $599,000 329 LOs Lomos Dr. - $I,I00,000 69 Sol Vim - $429,000 Yr la 8-44 - $399,ooo HC Ymo 4-13 - $489,000 HC Yah 17-8o - $749,000 tic Ymo !-$7 - ,000 tK 2-4O - $399,ooo V'nta C-54 - $4OOO, OOO Y'n All - $289,000 HC Via 18-72 - $1,249,000 55 Sol - $489,OOO 310.510.0250 310.510.8957tx THE CATAUNA ISLANDER