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The following nforrrtion was culled from Catalina Islander archives in the Catalina Island Museum: News One very heated City Council meeting looked at the moor- ing situation and allegations that Harbor Department .per- sonnel were taking bribes to get mooring spaces for main- land yachters. Started 11 years ago, the annual "Lion&apos;s A Poppin," after a three-year hiatus, started up again. All the money collected went to the School Athletic Fund. That year they raised $500. The Avalon PTA put on the 4th Annual Spelling Bee. Win- ners: Gregory Harrison, el- ementary; Cindy Andersen, High School Twenty-five cats were caught at 25 cents/cat until their owners bailed them out of the city jail. The program was stopped. Plans were enlarged for Middle Rancla Dam from 60,000,000 gallons to over 600,000,000 gallons. General Sunday Field Day, put on by the Knights Of Columbus, was held in the Ball Park. There were 29 events, plus a pie eat- ing contest. All students were required to have polio shots before enrolling in school. Avalon's population was 1,500. Harbor mooring charges were $3/ night during the season and $2/night out of season. The collection barge was-still in use. Martin Balding was the leader of the new-Explorer Boy Scout Troop. Jim Cowell was president of the Student Body. Mrs. Jack Frenzel was leader of .Brownie Troop #319. Bill Harkness resigned as presi- dent of the Lion's Club. Pauline Refd was master of the Boy Scouts/Explorer Scouts. Col. Burr Scott Jr. was director of Civil Defense. Mrs. Jean Sellhead was den mother of the Cub Scouts. Mrs. Fred Small was the new pres- ident of the Women's Club. Obituaries Louis T. Wabnitz (1905-March 9, 1962), Mrs. Katie Florence Maude Tiere Morris Cleaves (Nov. 18, 1869-Feb. 28, 1962). Announcements Jacque Frenzel celebrated her 10th birthday. Mrs. David Fletcher celebrated her birthday. Pete Adargo celebrated his 63rd birthday. Rip Pinney celebrated his third birthday. Diana Stockinger celebrated her ninth birthday, Robin Staff celebrated her fifth birthday. Jodi Irene Jones was born on March 4, 1962 to Mr. and Mrs. William A. Jones. Male Paridisi was born Feb. 27. 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Enzo Paridisi. Cindy Cadman celebrated her . ninth birthday. Mrs. Rose Arno celebrated her birthday. Alan Barlow celebrated his 14th birthday. Business Bob Robinson was vice president of Catalina Operations Co. Joe Guion was president of the Chamber of Commerce. ace Abbott, Jr., insurance. "Avalon Insurance Agency." "Double T Realty" #1 Island Plaza. "Hurricane Cove Restaurant" 303 Crescent. "'Las Casitas Bungalows" Trem- ont. Lei Aloha's Hawaiian Shop had a new location at 201 Crescent, next to Scari's Restaurant. The owner has had a store in Avalon for six years. "Navigation Electronics Corp.," Falls Canyon. "Redford Paints," 115 Catalina. "Sea Breeze Cottages." "'Singing Waters." 346 Catalina, was purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cantle from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haase. Plans are to rent out the upper floor to summer guests. "'Starlighter's Club." Real Estate Mr. and Mrs. Ed Murray moved to Oxnard. Jack and Jackie Terry moved to Lompoc. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hite, 331 Eucalyptus. Bob Moore, 328 Clemente. Mrs. A. P. Nelson, 121 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sajauskas, 310 Whittley. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ta),lor, 320 Catalina. Entertainment Casino Theatre showings, Satur- day and Sunday only. The movie, "Seven Against the Sea" was being shot on Cata- lina. The television show, "Route 66"' also'being shot on Island. The Newport Community Play- ers performed "Marriage-Go- Round" at the High School "auditorium. The 6th annual Annual Spring Concert was presented by the Choraleers at the High School. The Thespian Drama Club put on a twist dance marathon, "The Giant Thespian Twistathon," in the high school gym. It would last for around four hours. It was for grades 9-12 Lady Lancers go down fighting TEAM GOES FURTHER THAN ANY OTHER IN AVALON GIRLS' BASKETBALL HISTORY The Avalon Lady "Lancers bas- ketball team earned its way to the CIF Division 5A championship- on March 3. Their opponent was first-ranked Huskies of Rolling Hills Prep. The atmosphere was electric as Avalon fans filled their side of the gym. The game began with the Huskies winning the jump ball :and scoring immediately. Rolling Hill continued its scoririg going up 10 - 2 before Avalon responded behind Eli Chavoya's two 3-point shots to come within 4. But Bridgette Adams from Rolling Hills hit a 3-point shot in the final seconds to give them a 17-10. Avalon-continually broke Roll- ing Hill's press that caused them to extend out. The Lancers had a hard time against the athleticism and the size as turnovers led to easy baskets for the Huskies. The Lancers could not seem to get in offensive rhythm as they went into the half down 36- 17. Avalon came out the same aso they ended the second. They were never able to find an Offensive rhythm as RHP went on to beat Avalon 65-31. "I think for being in the championship game for the first time, nerves got to us" said Coach David Hart. "But I'm so proud that they never gave up. We've had a great season and its a huge accom- plishment to get this far, I believe we represented our hard working com- munity well and we still have state." The Lady Lancers may be proud, going further than any Ava- lon basketball team has gone in history. Now they are looking to be the first to go into the second round of the State Championships. They are playing Tri-City Chris- tian in Vista on March 7. David Hart is the Avalon girls basketball coach. W Mar2012 120 Hill Street - Great View Duplex. Main Unit- 2 BR, 1.75 BA. Setond Unit- 1 BR, 1 BA, Large Deck. REO 5708,510 342 Sumner - Charming Beach Cottage. 2 BR, 2 Bk Furnished. $499,000 351 Cotol'm - 6 BD, 6 BA.Spanish Slyle on the Fh. Large Lot. 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