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/ / Page 8 & ASSOCIATES Selling Real Estate for Over Half a Century i i by JEAN DEVIRIAN STOCK CO-OP APARTMENT 1 bedroom, 1 bath, ocean view. $135,000 VICTORIAN DUPLEX Can re-hab third unit for Tri-plex. OPEN AND AIRY 2 bedroom, 2 bath, 1 block to town. Fancy, fancyT MODERN CONDO 1 bedroom with pool, spa and off-street parking. Great getaway rental income. Ca# regardS8 our groat usl t Good as a side dish anytime of year and easy to prepare in part the day before serving if you're busy and have guests is: Glazed honey carrots 1 pkg. small read), to use car- rots honey or maple syrup to driz- zle cheddar cheese, grated Nuts or water chestnuts (optional) Cook carrots until tender. Place in buttered or sprayed casserole in one layer. If using, top with sliced water chestnuts and nuts. Lightly drizzle with honey or maple syrup until all carrotsDEVIRIAN have some on them. Sprinkle lightly with the cheese, At this point you can cover and refrigerate to bake later. To bake, remove cover and place in a 350- CLARENCE A. HUNT BROKER "Open 7 Days a Week" 119 CLARESSA (310) 510-2721 FAX (310) 510-7234 degree pre-heated oven. [ It Pays To Advertise i ,o minutes ,until carrots are hot and glazed I and cheese is melted. Love them, or lose them. The Avalon Humane Society ililrli ii ii iii i j ii ii i i ii i i pring prong mmer. is on it's gre t time to dvertise/ G ll %ke G t lin 9sl#nder - 510-0500 The CATAUNA ISLANDER Friday, May 8, 1998 i:i Top row, from left, Barbara Ehret, Steve Adams, Sergio Aquinde, Bark Tree, Judy Perez, Marsha Aquinde, Merrilee Reid, Jack Revo, Evie Revo, Carl Jordan, Ted Ehret, Buddy Wilson, Jim Reid, Mitzi Seibert and Gene Seibert. Kneeling in front are Joel Orozco,Gloria Jordahl, Tom Jordahl, Tim Beadle and Barbara Gonzales. Laughlin, Nevada, was the three days of golfing, a bowling series in the bowling. site for the "Off the Rock" tournament and a lot of fun. Each day the group was host- group's fifth annual "'Leaving Just about everyone won. at ed at Tom and Gloria Jordahl's the Rock Going in Hock" tour- golfing with Tom Jordahl taking Desert Lakes home for happy nament. The event consists of low score. Carl Jordan took high hour. Lancers in For the second straight season Avalon played Providence in a battle for the Liberty League Championship. Although the Lancer softball team gave the Pioneers a tough fight it looks as through Avalon will head to its second straight, second-plaee finish. The strong Pioneers handed the Lancer team its first Liberty League losses since May of 1997 by winning I0-0 and 11-8. On Friday, May 10 the juniors provided the offense by recording has only beaten the Lancers once the only three hits of the game. since they joined the Liberty First base Gabby Morones, third league in 1995. base Nicole Cadman and right- It looks as though the alumni fielder Kim Olson all singled in game, which was originally the game. scheduled for May 15 will once Saturday, May 2, was a better again be moved to allow for the day at the plate as the Pioneers softball team to make up a mined- had to utilize three pitchers out league game against View- against Avalon, which recorded point. eight hits. Now the team will shoot for Gabby and Nicole once again Tuesday, May 19. Keep in mind led the hitting with two singles the team will still be selling the and were joined by sophomore20th year commemorative shirts, centerfielder Kelly Moore. which are needed to play in the Also receiving hits were senior game. pitcher Carrie Hardey and junior Also, the team is planning the catcher Callie White. biggest raffle in the history of the The Lancers have three more game. Prizes included compli- league contests remaining and mentary tickets to Magic Moun- must lose all three to avoid mak- tain, Knott's Berry Farm, Wild ing the CIF playoffs. Rivers, a Rockies/Dodgers game Avalon will host the Buckleyand the grand prize is two nights Griffins in a doubleheader on Fri- at the Ramada Express Hotel in day, May 8. The games will begin Laughlin, Nevada. at 1 p.m. Tickets can be purchased from Last season Avalon defeated any softball parent or at Lolo's Buckley 17-2 and 24-3. Buckley Barber Shop. !ywatch Avalon Monday, April 27, 9:20 a.m.: resilience for a 73-year-old Ava- Rescuers responded to a private Ion woman having difficulty residence for a 90-year-old Ava- breathing. She was assessed and Ion man with neck pain. The given oxygen and medicated patient had injured his neck two breathing treatments: She was days earlier when he had fallen also hooked to the cardiac moni- while descending a flight of stairs, tor, her blood sugar was checked He was assessed, immobilized on and an IV was started. The patient a backboard and taken to Avalon was taken to Avalon Hospital. Hospital for further care. Saturday, May 2, 4:49 p.m.: 3:35 p.m.: Sheriff's, county fire Rescuers responded to Sumner and lifeguard paramedics re- Street, where an 81-year-old sponded to a report of a snake bite Costa Mesa man had fallen. He victim at the Hermit Gulch Camp- was assessed and was complain- ground. A Sheriff's Deputy ing of left flank pain after falling arrived on scene and found the down a few stairs. The patient patient was a black Labrador dog. was taken to Avalon Hospital. The unresponsive dog was loaded Sunday, May 3, 7:53 a.m.: Res- into the deputy's vehicle, with the cue 4 and lifeguard paramedics owner and rushed to the vet. Life- responded to a private home guard paramedics and county fire where an 82-year-old Avalon man arrived at the vet and assisted had fallen. The patient had head, with life support measures but the neck and upper back pain. He was dog could not be saved, secured to a backboard with a cer- Tuesday, April 28, 5:44 p.m.: vical collar in place and transport- Rescuers responded to a private ed to the Hospital for x-rays.