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REAL ESTATE time capsule Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi 10 Years Ago Mainland cable TV show, Long Beach Pride, will feature Jeanne Hill and Kathleen Hill Zeller to help them raise mon- ey for the community pool.. James Kinco Roach died April 23, 2002. Dave Moonan, Catalina Island Re- sort Services chief, won two grand prizes for recipes by Kikoman International. CSC Board Shop, 121 Clarissa, started in 1998. Desert Island, new, 417 Crescent. Dolphin Emporium, 205 Cres- cent. 25 Years Ago Nov. 2, 1986, ended the season for the Fishing Tournament put on by the Exchange Club. Paul and Gloria Puma celebrated their 40th Wedding Anniver- sary. Islanders were complaining about the idea of having a floating hotel at the Mole. Memorial Weekend was celebrat- ed with the 1st annual Gold Rush Festival, put on by the Chamber. Street lights were installed for the first time on Country Club Road and Avalon Canyon Road, beyond the Stables. Island Express, started in 1982, part of Island Resorts, was sold in January to John Moore from Jay Feinberg. Ben Weston Surfing Gents formed in memory of RobinBudd and " Gordon MacLean. : A jacaranda tree was donated by Rosie Cadman and Harvey Wilcox and planted On the East end of Crescent in mem- ory of Ernie Windle. A major storm hit Catalina on Monday of Memorial Week- end. A $7 million budget was planned by the City Council for the 1987-88 fiscal year. Phillip Angel Lopez celebrated his third birthday. Michael Silvers (Feb. 27, ]911- May 20, 1987). Catalina Flying Boats started a 9-passenger Gruman Goose seaplane from Martin Avia- tion, from AvalomLong Beach. $39/one way, $75/rt. Second one to follow. Catalina Island Surfing Associa- tion. Catalina Surf and Sport. Evergreen Press, 215 Catalina, has produced their 4th lim- ited edition plate, Reflections, by Denise Burns, forMother's Day. Garden House Inn, new/125 Cla- rissa. Gifts N' Things. Grand Traditions, 523 Crescent. Island Marketing, Mike Sticker. Island Navigation shoreboat ser- vice, Avalon-White's Land- ing, Friday-Monday, Adults: $8/rt, Children: $6/rt. Island Trams, Inc., Jim Snidow. Ladley Put-Ons, 201 Crescent. Made In Avalon Bakery, New, 122 Catalina. Mason's essay contest winners: Shaug Evans, Jascon Bur- combe, and Auroura Bran- nock. Mrs. Ladley's Boutique, 205 Cres- cent, previously Ramona's Sandwich Shop. Nelson's Volley Sports, new, Dan and Diane Nelson. Our Lady of the Island, #1861, Catholic Daughters of the Americas. Patricia's Of Catalina Island, El Encanto Market Place, just inside of arch. Phoenix, glassbottom boat, 56th season. Sunset Buffet Cruise, Saturday and Wednesday. Saldana's Taco Shop, 113 Cata- lina. 50 Years Ago Sally Roberts had a surprise birth- day party. Rotary had Wednesday breakfast meetings, 7:30, St. Catherine Hotel. Tommy Thomas celebrated his birthday. Christian Marcus Wenger was born May 3, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wenger. Fred B. Small, Jr., was born May 15, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred B. Small. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Douglas held a dinner at the Country Club for the crew of the movie The Hook made on the Island. Those also attending were Ja- net Leigh, Nick Adams, and Gene Kelly. The Diving Bell, Casino Point, was sent to Atlantic City to re- place the damaged one there. Fred-U-Drive. Frenchy's Barn, Stables, 50 Ava- lon Canyon R& The Fun Shop, 118 Catalina. Investors Stock Fund, Inc., Alfred P. Page Jr., zone manager. Island Disposal Company. Island Pharmacy/Rexall, 417 Cres- cent. John's Island Cafe, 419 Crescent. Kanoa, trimaran, tour boat. L's Fine Foods, Atwater Hotel. The Little Waffle Shop, 200 Metropole. Port 'O Call, new, 118 Sumner. Starlighters. Waikiki Club, 303 Crescent, Ed- die Bush and The Romantic Music of Hawaii. Western Exterminators, new. Wonder Shops, 501 Crescent. A 25-foot Cristcraft and mooring were available at #27 E. H., $4,200. The Aloha, 322 Eucalpytus. Wrren J. Avery, 239 Descanso. Robert B. Cook, 121 Whittley. Richard L. and Ada B. Griffiths, 332 Metropole. Jack Ingram, 318 Sumner. Margaret M. Reynolds, 207 Bea- con. Earl and Ann Sherman, new, Bea- con and Descanso. Harry W. and Sharon Stiritiz, 317 Marilla. George Harry and Lillian Tyner, 319 Beacon, since 1959. Mr. and Mrs. John Windle, Clar- issa and Beacon. Mrs. Lylian Bair was the new president of the Starlighters. AI Thomas Chappy Chapman, new, manager and pro at the Golf Course. Cathy Dozier, new patrol leader, Girl Scouts, #546. Ray Estes was manager of Bird Park. Jack Frenzel was acting chief of police. Mr. W. J. Laurin was chairman of the Red Cross Fund Raising Drive. Christine McCathy was May Queen of St. Catherine Cath- olic Church. James H. Jim Rae was the new manager for Edison. Malcolm Renton was chairman of Salvation Army Fund Rais- ing. Mrs. Malcolm Renton retired from being PTA president. Mrs. Fred Small was the new pres- ident of the Women's Club. Mayor Roy E. Taylor stepped down. Mrs. Herbert Wegmann was the new president of the.PTA. Jim Wehrie was the new Avalon police chief. 75 Years Ago Shorty II, fishing boat. Stamford Hotel, 125 Metropole. Torqua, new glass bottom boat. White Cap Cafe, 111 Sumner, pro- vided wrestling matches by local men. White Cap Marine Room, 111 Sumner, dinner, dancing, and nightly floor show. E. P. McMillen, new home, Maril- la. Mrs. Victor Lytle was president of the Mary Williams Club. Sherwood Mertz, organist, Casino Theatre. Fred Paulson was mayor. E. R. Pollock was city manager. "THE WRITE STUFF" Are you a writer, or would like to be one for the Catalina Islander. The paper is seeking to expand its edito- rial hodzons. New reporters and guest columnists are welcome. For more information, contact the editor at ORE tkeme#01394874  May 25, 2012 46 IJli Terrace- Duplex plus guesl house. Approximefdy 3700  h. of living spate, incredible harbor a,d ocean vim ham every all units. Dedcs, storage, workshop and much mare. 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