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This recent photo offers another reason why it's not a good idea to drive a Humvee or a large Cadillac on Catalina. -- Photo by Burney Ramming business name statements here We do the work for you. Filing & Publishing for $86 Publishing only $45 $7 per dame extra Catalina Islander 510.0500 classifieds@localnewspapers.org Founded in 1913 by Ernest Windle /Executive Publisher Vince Bodiford vince@cinews.us Editor Dermis Kaiser ed@cinews.us Advedlslng Pat Jamieson advertising@cinews.us OfflceManager Jennifer Leonhardi manager@cinews.us ACCounting Judy Murray judy@localnewspapers.org 101 MARILLA #6 AVALON, CA 90704 I (310) 510-0500 FAX: (310) 510-2882 Postmaster: Send address changes to The Catalina ]slander P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 DEADLINES Calendar: Noon Monday [ ~lews:'5 p.m. Monday I Display ~dvertislng; 2 p.m. Tuesday I Classified Advertising: Noon Tuesday [ Legal/Public Notices: 5 p.m. Monday SUBSCRIPTIONS Send to manager@cinews.us One Year Subscrlpt~on: Catalina $39 ~ainJand $48 Subscrmtions via First Class Mail are available for SBO/year A Publication of CommunltyMedla Corporation. CATALINA ISLANDER (USPS 093-140) Acceptance under 39C, F.R. 3464 periodicals postage paid at Avalon, CA 90704 and other additional offices. Adjudication Decree NO. 377598. Date of Adjudication: Oct. 4, 1934 Exact Name of Newspaper as shown in the Petition for Adjudication: The Catalina Islander. Published weekly at 101 Marilla Avenue, #B Avalon, CA 90704. The entire contents of The Catalina Islander are copyrighted by The Catalina Islander. No part may be reproduced in any fashion without written consent of the publisher. This publication is printed almost entirely on recycled paper. PROUD MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION JAPANESE ASTRONAUT TO miles high. As it ascends, the space mission. The door opens at. 4 p.m. ATTEND LAUNCHING AND SIT balloon will record images of sur- and the lecture starts at 4:30 p.m. IN ON PANEL TALK face topography and oceanbottom The students will get free entrance Contours. tickets from Vice Principle Wayne BY MICHAEL CAMP The launching will be followed Herbst. by a panel talk to be held the Yamazaki also will attend adin- Naoko Yamazaki, Japan's sec-same evening in Laguna Woods. ner party hosted by Avalon Mayor ond woman astronaut will witness Yamazaki will chair the panel talk Bob Kennedy. The April 7 din- the launching of a "space balloon" with space engineers from Space ner party will be held on Avalon's from Catalina Island, in a two-day X, NASA, Caltech and others cur- Middle Beach in front of El Gal- space mission event during Easter. rently working on "Dragon," the leon at 6:30 p.m.The dinner will The balloon will be launched in successor to the space shuttle and raise funds for the event sponsored Avalon and it is hoped that it will Mars probe robot MSL. A video of by Live Forum Foundation USA, be recovered in Orange County. the balloon launching will also be an educational nonprofit 501 (c) The launch will take place be- shown before the panel talk.(3). Each participant in this ban- tween 7 and 8 a.m. on Saturday, On Friday, April 6, Yamazakiquet will get a free entrance ticket. April 7, on Avalon beach. The will give a lecture at the anditori- Anyone who wants to attend the plans call for raising the balloon um of Avalon Schools on her expe- lecture can make an online reserva- into the stratosphere, about 20 rience on the Discovery STS-131 'don at http://www.liveforum.org. PRE- REGISTRATION FOR KINDERGARTEN Avalon / Two Harbors will be having kindergarten pre-registration for the 2012-2013 school year on the following dates: Monday, April 2 and Tuesday, April 3 from 5 to 7 p.m. in the Avalon School Library. Your child must be 5 years old by Dec. 2, 2012 in order to register. PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING WITH YOU: 1) Proof of Birth; 2) Immunization Record including Tuberculosis Skin Test; 3) Your Child - An assessment will be given at this time. We will check over the records and indicate what you need to complete for Kindergarten. If you. have questions, please contact Cathy Moran at (310) 510-0790 ext 153. REGISTRACION PARA NUEVOS ESTUDIANTES DEL KINDER EN SEPTIEMBRE, 2012 Registren su hijo/a temprano. La Escuela de Avalon va a tener registraci6n para los nuevos nifios que van a entrar a Kinder en septiembre del afio escolar 2012-2013. Marquen sus calendarios para las siguientes fechas, escojan una! lunes, 2 de abril y ma~es, 3 de abril, 20tl 5 to 7 p.m. en la Biblioteca de la Escuela. Su hijo/a debe tenet 5 aries oumplidas para el 2 de diciembre, 2012 para poder registrar a su hijo/a para el siguiente afio escolar. POR FAVOR TRAIGAN LOS DOCUMENTOS: 1) Acta de Nacimiento; 2) Verficaci6n de Vacunas y Prueba de Tuberculosis; 3) Traiga su hijo/a -Habra una evaluaci6n a este tiem- po, revisaremos todos sus documentos y veremos si estSn completes. Preguntas? Telrfono- (310) 510-0790, extension 155 Carmen Flores. Fairness for all Past term accomplishments Initiated to increase boat subsidy for adults and children Initiated Contractors service placards with savings passed on to you Revised parking times on city streets to help reduce parking tickets Encouraged Vons to secure shopping carts to alleviate abandoned carts And much more If elected, I will pursue More events such as music festivals (Hispanic, Country, Rock, etc), Sporting Events, Arts and Theatre and other activities Home ownership opportunities Job opportunities for our local citizens Competitive swimming pool for all ages and events Community center Community gardens From page 1 in the Kid's Run. The next big distance events will be the Half Marathon in Sep- tember and the Eco Marathon in November. Managing these events in addition to the Conservancy is Spectrum Sports Management. Long-distance runners began gathering on Catalina in 1974 on the beach at Cherry Valley on the Island's West End. This is where ul- tra-marathons Hmas Albrecht, Bill McDermott and Joe Carlson came to train for the Western States 100 - one f the first 100-mile races. A few years later, in 1978, ac- cording to legend, Albrecht recalled the famous Four Prep's song "26 Miles" about Catalina, and thought it would be interesting if a runner could travel 26 miles to be able to run 26 miles. Thirty-nine runners were in that first marathon on Catalina. THREE PALMS BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS The following are standings and scores for the Three Palms Spring BOwling League for week five: TEAM STANDINGS Strike Up Bowlers~7-O Pairs & Spares---5-1 Slots Of Fun~ 3 Deep--S-2 2d 21:)~4~ 3 Men & A Lady---44 Top Notch Securitym3-3 Average Joes~--~!l M i ssplits--3-3 Catherine M isfits--2.4 Plan Rec'rs--2.4 Bubble Bowlers---~l Lucky St rikes~-2-4 P inheads~2-4 Catalina BeverageS-14 Alley Cats---O-6 LEAGUE RECORDS-TOP SCORES 1. Jd Laflin~202 2. Red Shay--191 3. JOey Hall---187 4. Mike Segrest--187 5. Joe Hernandez--183 6. Greg Warner--177 7. Josh Dawes--176 8, Rich Rios--167 9. Mr. Pitts--167 10, Jaime Moreno---llNi LEAGUE RECORDS Most Strikes Per Game Joey Hall--7 Mr. Pitts~ Red Shay~ Jd Laflin---6 Shawnene Hill---5 Ed Arnold--5 Mike Segrest--5 Christy Alegri~ MOST SPARES PER GAME Flynn Lopez~ Marianna Garcia~6 Rich Rios---6 Tim Mitchell--5 Phillip Lopez-;-~ Brett Hernandez-J3 Send us your news and photos! ed@cinews.us 2 i Friday, March 30, 2012 THE CATAUNA ISLANDER