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Page 2 ~ CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, June 30, 2006 [Monday, 25,2006] air Avalon Harbor Renort o, on, iou,- ,ness and nausea and vomiting. The patient was assessed treated Tuesday, June 20 and transported to Catalina Island Baywatch and Rescue 4 were Medical Center. dispatched to a report of an injured 3:20 p.m. -- Baywatch Avalon person at the skateboard park. The Lifeguard Rescue Vessel responded patient was treated and transported to a 31-foot powerboat dead in the to the hospital, water and adrift with a smell of fuel in the bilge. Crew arrived on scene Thursday, June 22 about a mile outside of Avalon Har- 7:25 p.m. m Baywatch andbor with two people onboard. The Rescue 4 responded to an injured crew received a medical call while 20 year old male who arrived at on scene and after confirming no the Avalon fire station under their immediate danger with the disabled own transportation. The patient vessel, diverted to the Casino Dive was assessed and released to self. Park. A commercial tow agency was in route to assist the mariner Friday, June 23 with a short estimated time of 12:45 a.m. m Rescue 4 and arrival. Baywatch Avalon responded to 3:27 p.m. -- Patrol 55, Res- crescent St. for a 54-year-old male cue 4 and Baywatch Avalon CATALINA MOORING COIL Get rid of handling the usual messy sand line that connects the bow and stern hawsers. The Catalina Mooring Coil lets you and the boat stay clean. It has to be attached to a line that is called a tether. Prepare beforehand by temporarily tying the Coil at the bow and running the tether aft to the cockpit. Grab the pick-up pole and first cleat the bow hawser. Then slip the Coil over the sand line and let go. The COIL captures and slides along the sand line, whereby the crew, or solo skipper, can easily retrieve the stern hawser by hauling or winching in the tether. At the same time, the Coil will give you better control of the boat in crosswinds that may push the stem away. The sturdy stainless steel Coil itself is $58.85 plus tax and ship- ping. Additionally, various length tethers, professionally spliced on, are available at additional cost or you can provide your own. The Catalina Mooring Coil is made by Yacht Rigging sociales. I:or information & orders, please call 310-823-2627 Join us for the Long We will be serving a variety of patriotic drink specials . including the Red, White and Blue Martini Relax in The F I Encanto Courtyard with music, pizza by the slice & a pint of one of our six new Award winning micmbrews from Angel City Brewery or try one of our signature cocktails Live music Saturday, Sunday & Tuesday in the afternoon with Gil Tones Enjoy the spectacular fireworks show wh//e dining on one of our beautiful outdoor terraces offering -the best view in Avalon Located at I 01 Marilla in The El Encanto Marketplace (310) 510-1474 Park 5 p.m. -- Baywatch Avalon for a and Rescue 4 responded to a 32- ing of year-old male that had injured his diving, ankle while riding in a golf cart. ed and transported to The patient refused treatment. further evaluation. 7:40 p.m. Baywatch Aval- 9 p.m. ~ Baywatch Avalononl Rescue 4 responded to a 73- responded to the Avalon sheriff's sta- year-old man who fell on the pier. tion for a middle age male complain- Patient was assessed, treated and ing of eye irritation, Paramedics transported to CIMC for Physician assessed treated and released patient observation while awaiting hell- at the sheriff's station. "copter medical evacuation. USCG 10 p.m. -- Baywatch Avalon Helicopter med-evac the, patient to and Rescue 4 responded to a 21- a mainland trauma center for fur- year-old male with a head injury, ther assessment and care. The patient was treated and flown by USCG helicopter to the main- Sunday, June 25 land. 3 p.m. Baywatch Avalon and Rescue 4 treated a 25-year-old Saturday, June 24 male with minor abrasions. 9:30 a.m. --- Baywatch Aval- Patient was treated and released. on responded to a vessel going aground at Frog Rock. The vessel Bavwatch Isthmus was taken in tow and placed on a mooring at Hamilton Cove. 12:25 p.m. --- Baywatch Monday, June 19 Avalon and County Fire Patrol 55 11:33 a.m. -- Baywatch responded to a vessel aground off Isthmus Paramedics responded to Toyon Bay. The vessel had been assist a 25-year-old man who was aground since last winter and was complaining of coughing up left as is. blood. The patient was assessed 4 p.m. -- Baywatch Avalon and released on scene. The cough- and Rescue 4 responded to a 50- ing was minor and the patient was year.old female with an injured advised to go to the CIMC for fur- hand. The patient refused treatment, ther evaluation and treatment. 12:01 p.m. -- Baywatch Isth- mus responded to a 24 ft. sailboat going on the rocks while dragging Ib IIlll anchor The:, Founded in 1913 ~ by Ernest Windle safety and re-anchored. No injuries were reported. 101 Madlla #6 Avalon, California 90704 (310) 510-0500 Fax: (310) 510-2882 Dan Teckenoff, Publisher Joy Carrillo, Accounting jo Angela Teckenoff, Office Mbnager Dennis Kaiser, Editor Michelle Manion, Editorial Design Doug Oudin Staff Writer~Two Harbors The Catalina Islander Volume: 94 Issue: 26 Issue Date: June 30, 2006 (uses 093.140) Acceptance under 39C, ER. 3464 Pedodicels postage paid at Avalon, CA 90704 and other additional offices. Adjudication Decree No. 377598. Data of Adjudication: Oct. 4, 1934 Exact Name of Newspaper as shown in the Petition fo~ Adjudication: "/he Catalina Islander. Published weekly at 101 Mafiiia Avenue, #6 Avalon, CA 90704. Calendar: Noon Monday News: 5 p.m. Monday Display Advartising: 2 p.m.Tuesday Classified Advertising: Noon Tveeday Legal/Public Notices: 5 p.m. Monday One Year Subscdptiun: Catalina $36 Mainland $42 Subsedptions via Rrst Class Mail are available for $75 per year. Postmaster: Send address changes to The Catalina Islander RO. Bbx 428, Avalon, CA 90704 l~e er~ire contents Of]~e Cat~na Islanbe~ are cop/nChted b/ l~e Catalina Is~anber, No part may be reproduced in any la~ without written om~mt Of 1be pubashe~, l~is poblk:aben Is printed almo~ ~ on recycled paber. Proud Member of t~e CAUFORNIA NEWSR~PER PUBUSHERS ASSOCIA'nON Friday, June 23 7:25 p.m. m Baywatch Isth- mus Paramedics responded to a vessel in Fourth of July Cove for a foot injury. Patient was assessed and treated. Patient was released with minor injuries. Saturday, June 24 11:18 a.m. -- Baywatch Isth- mus Paramedics responded to a patient at Two Harbors Camp- ground for an injured hand. Patient was treated for a laceration to left hand and directed to seek further medical attention from CIMC or personal physician. Sunday, June 25 2:55 p.m. -- Baywatch Isth- mus responded to a report of a ves- sel aground at an unknown loca- tion, on the windward side of the Island. Two vessels were found at the entrance to Cat Harbor, aground, and were pulled to safety. 4:01 p.m. -- Baywatch Isth- mus paramedics responded to the Harbor office to assess and treat a 58-year-old man who had severely cut his finger while tying off line on his sailboat. The patient was treated and advised to seek further medical care at CIMC. 7 p.m. m Baywatch Isthmus responded to an ll-year-old boy who was stung after kicking a sculpin fish while fishing on floats. Patient was treated and released on scene.