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CATALIHA TIME CAPSULE REAL ESTATE COMPILED BY CHUCK LIDDELL J b INE ] 915 - 20 i 5 75 YEARS AGO, 1940 10 YEARS AGO, 2005 E1 Encanto Market Place, 101 Marilla (present location of Island Spa). Flip's Bar And Grill, 128 Cata- lina. Island Photo And Video, 121 Metropole. Island Toys, 125 Metropole, Cricket Alley (present location of Catalina Island Inn). Island Wave Salon. 205 Cres- cent. J. L.'s Locker, 126 Sumner (pres- ent location of Locker Room). Jazz Night, Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive, Thursday, one-way fare deducted from your meal bill. Kentucky Fried Chicken, 205 Metropole. Landing Bar And Grill, 101 Marilla (present location of Island Spa). Little Red School House, Two Harbors, only 3 students, must raise $200,000 to keep it open, Have raised $70,000. Luau Larry's, 509 Crescent, Breakfast Buffet, All You Can Eat 8-noon. Market Place Emporium, 205 Metrop01e (present location of Sun Kissed). Moonstone Office And Storage, new, 23 Pebbly Beach Road, Cal- vin R. Parsons. 50 YEARS AGO, 1965 25 YEARS AGO, 1990 Christian Science Society, 209 E. Whittley (present location of Overlook Hall). Community Youth Choir, 21 singers. Cornerstone, Youth Center, Community Church, 236 Metro- pole, Eric Fullmer, director. Descanso Beach Club, D. J., Tim The Fin, Friday-Sunday, 4 p.m. Doug Bombard Enterprises, Two Harbors. Hamilton Cove Real Estate, 60 Camino de Flores. Hen House, Tour Plaza, Bob and Janet Given, newly acquired. Island Photo, Metropole Market Place. Kid Ventures Day Care Center, Just For The Kids, Just For The Halibut, new, Steve Bray, orga- nizer. Long Beach Community Col- lege had two accredited courses: Sewing Techniques, Diane Burton, and Video, Ray Burton. Studio 9 Band. Lori's Good Stuff, 501 Cres- cent. M & L Enterprises, El Rancho Escondido. Palms Dining Room, Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive. Pelican Cove Dell, 103 Pebbly Beach, breakfast/lunch. Perico Gallery, 130 Metropole, Metropole Market Place. Rotary, starting with 3rd grad- ers, plans to take classes to main- land for field trips. Sally's Waffle Shop, 505 Cres- cent. Sheriff Department, 215 Sum- ner, being introduced to electric carts. They also sported new sum- mer uniforms. Silky's Sportsbar And Grill, Country Club, 1 Country Club Drive. Pacific Telephone Avalon's of_ rice, 135 Whittley, bank 96-98 per- cent of the coins collected in the pay phones by the following day, due to the shortage of silver coins. Sea Shell Shack, Island Plaza, Donna L. Harrison. Seafarers' Service, Avalon Bowl, East side of Crescent, above the Park, ,Catalina For Christ, dur- ing summer. Signs By Jim Smith, 210 A Metropole, Jim Smith. Singing Waters, 346 Catalina (present location of Catalina Bible Church), E. S. Cantle. St. Catherine Church, 800 Beach, St. Catherine A-Go-Go, Kid Aligra Combo. Stevenson Apartments, 207-9 Whittley, Bill Umphries. Summer Playground for ele- mentary students, John Secret and Shirley Rosati, directors, for the past three years. Surf Restaurant, 225 Crescent: Monday-Baked Virginia Ham, with fruit sauce, $1.50, or large Porterhouse steaks, onion rings, $1.50; Tuesday-Wednesday, New York Steak, $1.50; Thursday, Bar- bequed Chicken, baked beans, $1.50; Baked Northern Halibut with lemon butter, $1.50; or large Porterhouse Steak, onion rings, $1.95. All meals include choice of Harold Gould Burnham died June, 1940. Salt Water Fishing Derby, June 8-Oct. 31, from Santa Barbara-San Diego. Avalon Barber and Beauty Shop, 105 Sumner. Avalon Business Directory. Marjorie Bell, piano teacher. Cabrillo, cross channel boat. "Catalina Baseball Club" was a weekly Catalina Islander column by A1 Pallas. "Catalina Cubs" was a weekly Islander column. Catalina Dipsy Derby, new, Benny Goodman and Orchestra, Casino Ballroom stage, 10-10:30 p.m., Sunday, all dressed like jock- eys, asked musical questions. Catalina Musical Mailbag, new, W.T. Co. sponsored, 7:45-8 p.m., KNX, Monday-Saturday, read postcards to family/friends on mainland. Club Catalina, 415-7 Crescent, had only Chinese food. Coin Diving. "Delinquent Tax List" Prof. Dowden teaching swim- ming through American Red Cross. Gambrius Santa Catalina Grill, 108 Metropole. Gladding-McBean Pottery Shop, new, entrance to Casino Way. Hospital, 207 Sumner (present location of Court House, Library, and Sheriff's Station). Jim's Place, restaurant, 108-14 Catalina, Mrs. J. R. Witmer. Ladies Aid Society, Community Church, 236 Metropole. Mathewson Cottages, 233-5 Whittley. 100 YEARS AGO, 1915 In response to the City of Ava- lon wanting cross channels boats to bring tourists to Catalina, other than just the ones owned by the Santa Catalina Island, Company, through their boat subsidiary, WTC, the Islander said, "It is im- possible for the SCI., Co. to contin- ue in business without the financial aid of the Wilmington Transporta- tion Co ..." 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