Newspaper Archive of
The Catalina Islander
Avalon, California
Lyft
April 7, 2006     The Catalina Islander
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 7     (7 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
April 7, 2006
 

Newspaper Archive of The Catalina Islander produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




Friday, April 7, 2006 1he CATALINA ISIJUHDIUi P~e7 Continued from page 1 In addition to being his co- worker, Brannock is also Loomis' relative. "He's my step-grandfather," Brannock said. "He's been mar- ried to my grandmother for about 20 years." Loomis was at the center of the fun, having donned a hillbilly costume that included an out- landish beard. He annomiced his alter ego went by the name Blind Billy Moron. The momentum of the evening led up to Loomis as the central character in presentation of Milton-Bradley's game of Life. It was played on a larger than life sized "board" mapped out in. the square with a pair of giant dice. Also adding to the festivities was the bluegrass band Hot Off The Range that includes John Regalado, Butch Azevedo, David Markowitz, Mary Stein and John Vickers. The band of local Island musicians is a popular act at The Airport Restaurant. "It was a lot of fun with friends and family and that is what Bill is all about," said Brannock. =] 4 1] Denise Raddle enjoys the festivities at the part for Bill Loomis. 21 Donna Loomis and a family friend dance at the party. Bill Loomis in costume holds a commemorative gift. 4t Local musicians play for guests at party for Bill Loornis. From left are John Regalado (keyboard), Butch Azevedo (drums), David Markowitz (violin), Mary Stein (guitar) and John Vickers (bass). Continued from page I according to Lt. Pat Hunter of the Avalon Sheriff's Department. Hunter' said that he is not at liberty to speak in depth about the case against Holt at this time. He explained that if the case against Holt goes to trial, it could take place in Avalon. The more infor- mation released about the case would make it increasingly diffi- cult to put together a jury. Hunter said that an extensive investigation led authorities to Holt and that the effort included interviews with dozens of witness- es and the work of a forensics team. Hunter recently reported the discovery of a second explosive device at the Seagull facility. No one was hurt because the device was not detonated. AVALON MUNICIPAL CODE Notice to all persons to remove weeds, rubbish and rubble prior to June 1: All persons in charge or in control of property in the City of Avalon are hereby notified to remove and dispose of all weeds, rubbish and rubble thereon prior to June 1st. Misdemeanor citations shall be issued pursuant to Avalon Municipal Code Section 4-3.202 against persons failing to comply with this notice. Fire Chief, City of Avalon By direction of the City Council 4/7,4/14-4/21 Gas Four Buy Factory Direct From The Distributor 760/862-2918 C 7601 38-7409 i ullwmv m m PriVa l-story Fak, vigwllmKw .oe lo tn Avatnn slluMed en r.Wtmd.l-ka 2dHlath home futm,e gr4mt epen floor plan, MARY. VAT lAMES