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i i! II hi 7 r i! White S00)abass 00Championship accepting entries EVENT SET FOR SATURDAY AND SUNDAY The 2012 WON/Yamaha Catalina Island White Seabass Championship is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, May 19- 20 at Two Harbors. Organiz- ers are still accepting entries. As always, there will be free gifts at check-in, a casting contest, a Spiderwire knot tying contest, a free barbecue, two drawings and a chance to win the 2012 title. There are several ways to win money with three team optional jackpots at $100, $200 and $300 for each species'of halibut, seabass and yel- lowtail with a 90 percent payback. First place overall will be $7,000 in Cash and prizes, second is $1,500 and prizes, third place is $1,000 (based on 75 teams). This year organizers have added pay- outs of $400 and $300, respec- tively for fourth and fifth place, to give more teams a chance to win. Cosis ;100 per angler, and there is no limit to the number of team members. To enter, visit www., click the events tab. then click on the WON/Yamaha Catalina Island White Seabass Championship logo. You can download the entry form and mail in the form with a check, or pay via credit card. The late fee of $20 will be imposed after May 1t. On-site entries are cash only. Call director Pat McDonell at (949) 366-0030. extension 33, for details or e-mail him at pat@wonews. com. To ask about payments or to confirm your entry form was re- ceived, call Ashley at extension 38 or e-mail Before you g to the mainlm take a little ( with you. Subscribe To RO. Box 428 Tel: (310) 510-0501 back Id... atalina Tq llUl00ll IS[,glIDR ilon. CA 90704 : (310) 510-2882 CATALINA SEEKING CHARTER Needed on a part time terior of the Island. Should of Avalon, we Ic and visiting with customers, Come by our offices at 228 Metropole application & Call IS !TOUR" DRIVERS. on-call basis to ke customers into the In- of the island and the City lg as well. AppI cant should enjoy talking Je for an employment btion. i [ Capsule From "page 3 "S. S. Catalina," under MGRS management, starts new sea- son. It carried 1900 passen- gers, a crew of 56, and had as entertainment, "Catalina Cappy" the clown, and "The Shipmates and Ginger." 75 Years Ago Eloise Hawley, Dance Studio, Pa- vilion, Crescent Avenue, "Avalon Beautiful" planted 10 ev- ergreen elms on lower Sum- ner. "Memorial Day Ceremonies" was put on by the "American Le- gion" with Col. Burt Scott Jr., as the grand marshal. "Catalina Bootery, new, 104 Sum- Carrie Elin Sutherland, born May ner. "Catalina Kandy Kitchen," 250 Crescent. "Catalina Island Sightseeing Lines" was in charge of the freight barges. 21, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. James Suthefland. Luther E. Mead (1894-May 14, 1962). Mr. and Mrs. Jack Potter celebrat- ed their 25th wedding anni- versary. Harold Benton birthday i "Catalina Liq ner, had ment. -"Catalina Sw! and Charlie shared their third arties. aor Store" 105 Sum- delicatessen depart- m Club." "Culver C. Rogers and Associ- ates" CPA, Arcade, hired Harry W. Stiritiz Jr. "Independent Foresters Inn," 360 Clemente. "Investor's :Syndicate," Edwin Simons, representative, 351 Descanso. "Jim's Place," 114 Catalina. "Man On The Street" interviews. Popeye, fishing boat. "Pottery Shop," west end of Cres- cent, near Steamer Pier.* "Princess," glass bottom boat. "Riviera Theatre," Crescent and Clarissa, closed for season. Ruth II, a fishing boat. THE CATALINk ISLANDER ' 4 ! Friday, May 18, 2012