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REAL ESTATE time capsule JUNE Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi 10 Years Ago Dana Canby received the City Council's resolution for "Out- standing leadership qualifies, academic achievement. ',and community service." He ,as appointed to the U. S. Naval Academy• This was the sec- ond time in two years Canby was honored bythe counc. Blood drive to help Maul Hetin- dez. "Children In The Dance Of Self Esteem And Sangre Y Vida Flamenco" dance classes. Tremont Hall. The Pasadena Ballroom Dance Association "Swing Camp," Casino. The "S. S. Catalina" is on its side in Ensenada, Mexico. "Silver Strand Bluegrass Band" performed at Two Harbors. "Sunny The Seal," Two Harbors. Norbert Reyes resigned from the Planning Commission. Lee Mead celebrated her 75th birthday. Louis Michael Cameron (Jan. 11, 1923-'May, 2002). The Cape Canyon tour was started by the Santa Catalina Island Company. "Catalina Classic Cruise," week- ends, Avalon-San Pedro. "Catalina Pets And Supplies," 101 Marilla. "Clubhouse," Country Club, lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. "Hula Hut Bar And Dance Club," grand opening, "Latitude 33." 2S Years Ago Annual "Catalina Island Tourna- ment Awards Presentation Banquet," Casino, Sponsored by the "Exchange Club." The marlin tournament had ended on Nov. 2. Lloyd R. Rathbun (1912-April 3, 1987). John Stephen Dow (June 21, 1908- May 31, 1987). School amphitheater to be rebuilt by Exchange Club. First swordfish of the season. Richard Martin Campbell (Jab. 3, 1910-Feb. 26, 1987). Aliens on Catalina were register- ing for the new "Amnesty Redondo Union High School Seniors' Ditch Days At least 35 alumni from Redondo Union High School recently came to Catalina for Redondo Union High School Seniors' Ditch Days. Gathered from all over the globe, they seek yenewal of Hig Sol ditch day memories•Theseior__.,, citizens report awesome SUSS. They all confess to leavang a pfrt of their hearts in Avalon and vow to return again to this peaceful homeport by-the sea. Thank you Avalon and Avalon resident Val Williams Schafer. Program." Charles "Charlie" Given Marshall, III (February 27. 1947-June 19, 19871. Jack Thomas Goslin, Jr., married Danette Grace de la Peza, April 25, 1987, Catholic Church. Two salt water showers, foot of Pleasure Pier. Twenty-five were in the graduating class. Melissa Fertig, valedic- torian, Kelly l'hompson, salu- tatorian. The Catalina Islander newspaper's circulation in the late 1950s was 400; at the end of the summer of 1986, it was 4,400. In the winter of 1987, it was 3,800, possibly up to 5,000 in summer. Of those readers, 98.5 percent were paid sub- scribers. "Catalina Maintenance Co.," 217 Whittley. "Catalina Property Services" and "Davis Baker Co.," 360 Cle- mente. "Catalina Provisions," health food and sandwiches, Atwater Ar- cade. "The Exchange," 615 Crescent. 50 Years Ago Upper end of "Island Plaza" to be transformed into a parking lot. Nick Liddi celebrated his eighth birthday. Jack Frenzel, acting police chief, re- signed from the force after be- ing with them since 1956. He was replaced by Police Chief Jim Wehrle. Patrolman Kenny Meader also resigned from the force. The police force is generally 10 during the sum- mer season and five during the off-season. There is an 18-man honorary mounted police posse in case of any possible prob- lems where they were needed to back up the regular police. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fea celebrat- ed their 50th Wedding Anni- versary. Michael H. Srour (1887-June 19, 1962). The "Fish And Game" conducted diving seminars around the Island. Neva Hagaman died June 5, 1962. Sandee Marriott died June 1962. Calvin Parson celebrated his 12th birthday. Jerese Milleville celebrated her sixth birthday. The "Lion's Club" put in new drinking fountains on Cres- cent. Mike Reves got a "hole-in-one." Lillian Fay Leadbetter died on June 9, 1962. Tuna Club member Dr. J. Gordon Bateman caught the world re- cord black seas bass, which weighed 337 pounds. New weighing crane on the Plea- sure Pier. David Gemilere celebrated his ninth birthday. Karla Parsons celebrated her eighth birthday. M/M Martin Pollard, A-2 Canyon Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Smyth, 126 Marilla. Michael H. Srour, 356 Whittley. Mr. and Mrs. Art Terpinitz, 314 Sumner. Earle Thompson, 212 Clarissa. 75 years ago - June "Catalina Island--the place where quietness and repose sooth ragged nerves and renews health and happiness.". Wilmer "Buff" Rutter, H. S. Al- len, J. J. Botello, P. S. Allen, Chesney W. Carver, Philip Conrad, F. B. LeVitt, J. E Mc- Minn, C. E. Sullivan, and Wil- bur L. White celebrated their birthdays. Joseph B. Cameron (1879-June 21, 1937). "Dixie," fishing launch. "El Encanto Restaurant," Crescent and Marilla. "E M. Fresco And Co,," 311 and 421 Crescent. "Fish, Fishing, Fishermen" was a weekly column in the Islander. Mrs. E B. LeVitt, 336 Sumner. Victor McLaglen, home at Isth- mus. W. R. Morehouse, new two-story home, Catalina. Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Osborne, 103 Maiden Lane, "La Casa Gavb. ota." Before you go back to the mainland... take a little Catalina with you. t13 Subscribe Today. RO. Box 428 Tel: (310) 510-0500 Avalon. CA 90704 Fax: (310) 510-2882 gR[Lk'ense#O1394874 - Jane], 2012 46 Upper Terrace- Duplex plus_ goest house. Approximmly 3700 . ft. ofliving space, lieclle harbor and ocean • viewsrom all units. Decks, storage, workshop and much more. Call for prke! 338 Sumner- 1,204 SF+/-, 3 Bill, 3BA, many upgrudes. $869,000. 328 Descanso Duplex -" 3 BR, 1.75 BAond I BR,1 BA. $599,000 SSl sm00- 00up00x, Laroe tot 3,233 $F +/-, Unit 1 3 BR/2BA; Unit 2 2 BR/1 . $775,080 Balda Vista C-53-1 BD, 1 BA pool view. $350,000 119 O,ve Street - Incredible View! 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