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Greek village events lenges 38. Important Chi- DOWN 14. Estranges 32. Songs to one's 52. Sword nese principle 1. Carpe 17. Scottish island sweetheart 53. Polio vaccine 39. Closes tightly 2. Wings 20. Express delight 34. Test for high developer 3. Loose soil 21. Cosmopolitanschoolers 55. Film version of 4. Earnhardt andcity 35. Enthusiasm "Waterloo Bridge" Jarrett are two 23. Letter of Hebrew 37. Streets have56. Want 5. 3 feet alphabet them 57. Rhythmic pat- 6. Fasts 25. Largest English 40. One point east of tern in Indian music 7. Erstwhile dictionary (abbr.) due south 58. Young hawk 8. Diving seabird 26. Flow 42. Cut the grass 59. Harmless 9. Houses 27. Shoal-forming 43. Rattling breaths 61. Small amount 10. Ancient Greek fishes 47. For each 65. Palladium Friday Saturday Sunday Monday Sunny Sunny Mostly SunnyMostly Sunny 85 / 72 83 / 70 77 / 64 76 / 63 Prccip Chance: 0% Precip Oaance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Precip Chance: 5% Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Sunny Sunny Sunny 71/58 69/56 66/53 Precip ~: 0%Precip Oaance: 0% Precip Chance: 0% 0-23 4 5 67 8 910 0-2: LOW, 3-5: Moderate, 6-7: High, 8-10: Very High, 11+: Extreme Exposure Date High Low Normals Precip 6/26 70 56 72/560.00" 6/27 71 56 72/560.00" 6/28 67 56 72/570.00" 6/29 66 56 72/570.00" 6/30 69 56 73/570.00" 7/1 71 55 73/570.00" 7/2 68 56 73/570.00" Today we will see sunny skies with a high temperature of 85,humidity of 33%. West Day A .MM P MM northwest wind 5 to 11 mph. The record high Fri 6:08-8:08 6:31-8:31 temperature for today is 89 set in 2017. Expect Sat 6 54-8 54 7:19-9:19 clear skies tonight with an overnight low of 72 . Sun 7:44-9:44 8:10-10:10 Northwest wind 8 to ll mph. The record low for Mon 8:38-10:389:06-11:06 tonight is 51 set in 1949. Saturday, skies will be Tue 9:35-11:3510:05-12:05 sunny ~,vith a high temperature of 83,humidity of Wed 10:36-12:36 -- 40%. West northwest wind 8 mph. Saturday Thu 11:08-1:0811:40-1:40 night, skies will be mostly clear with an overnight low of 70 . South southeast wind 7 mph. Sunday, skies will be mostly sunny with a high of 77 , humidity of 52%. Day Fri 3:27 am In which direction do tornadoes 6"~ Sat 5:08 am usually move? r Sun 6:36 am 0 Mon 7:44 am Tue 8:40 am Wed 9:29 am Thu 10:16 am 3seaquoN ol !~qmoS :JaAtsuV Avalon Catalina Harbor Lo xw ~gh Low Day Hi~ Low Hi~ Low 9:55am 4:57pmll:47pm Fri 3:32am10:03am 5:02pro ll:55pm 10:48am 5:40pro None Sat 5:13am10:56am 5:45pm None 12:48am 6:23pm ll:43am Sun 6:41am12:56am 6:28pm ll:51am l:37am7:06pm12:37pmMon 7:49aml:45am7illpm12:45pm 2:23am7:50pro l:28pm Tue 8:45am2:31am7:55pml:36pm 3:07amS:35pm2:lSpm Wed 9:34am3:15am8:40pm2:26pm 3:51am9:22pm3:08pm Thu 10:21am 3:59am9:27pm3:16pm July (b 1893 - A violent tmnLdo killed 71 people on its 40-mile track across northwestern Iowa. Forty-nine people i were killed near Pomeroy, where 80 i percent of the buildings were '~destroyed and most leveled to the ground. Photos showed most of the town without a wall or tree standing. Last 7/6 New 7/12 Day Sunrise Sunset MoonriseMoonset Fri 5:50 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 12:54 a.m. 1:28 p.m. Sat 5:50 a-re. 8:06 p.m. 1:27 a.m. 2:28 p.m. Sun 5:51 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 2:04 a-m. 3:31 p.m. Mon 5:51 a.m. 8:06 p.m. 2:44 a.m. 4:37 p.m. Tue 5:52 a.m. 8:05 p.m. 3:31 a.m. 5:45 p.m. Wed 5:52 a.re. 8:05 p.m. 4:24 a.m. 6:51 p.m. Thu 5:53 am.8:05 p.m. 5:24 a.m. 7:54 p.m. First 7/19 The moon's gossamer appearance bathed in ghostly earthshine whan a raz~ crescent; Luna's changiag phases that are ~y m ~; its rapid movement from night to night as it approaches and sometimes occults bright stars and planets; its sun like illumination under " the photographic lens; and its ability to hide in the sh adows of the Earth or court the sun to the exhilaration of the visual senses dtwing 4t~,t a lunar or a solar eclipse, make it a joy to observe. The airless, nearly waterless moon has been with us almost since Earth's formation. The early solar system was a rough and tumble place, laced with debris both large and small as the planets accreted. Some satellites undoubtedly formed in this leftover material orbiting around their lmrant planets. Otlm~ were captured, like the small moons of the outer giant planets and Mars, but our moon's origin was probably different. Most planetary astro~mets believe that a Mats-sized object sideswiped Earth, drawing material from our primordial crust and spraying it into space. Some of this matte* went into orbit around the Earth and rapidly coalesced to form the moon. Other debds continued to bombard Luna, creating a completely crat~ saturated surface which today is called the highlunds. Watch the munn as it blessoms this week towards its fnil phase. Other locales of the moun's nearside are darker und more ~ in natme, indicating another chaotic peried of hmar history. Protoplanets thrown inward by the onter planets or Pedtaps a major breskup of the asteroid belt lmmmeled the moon's staqaee about 3.85 billion years ago, gouging from its surface huge basins that were eventually inundated with lava gushing from its depths. This basallic rock had a slightty different contlmsition, and therefore, a diffetem refla~vity. TedaY, we observe the basins called maria as the darker lowlands of Luna's maface. They a~ dated to about 3-35 billion yesrs of age. So, as you look at the moon this weck, comider the fact thut ~ biilioas of yesrs in the nmldng and right in from of yeer eyes. www.asmmomy.org Here is a picture of Randy, Evelyn & son Austin Grisham taking the Catalina Islander on vacation at Hanalei Bay, Kauai. Remember to take a copy of the Catalina Islander with you on your next trip or vacation. Take a photo and tell us about your trip. Send the submission by e-mail to editor@thecatalinaislander.com. City of Avalon City Council Notice of Public Hearings COLLECTION OF FY 2018-2019 PROPERTY RELATED FEES ON TAX ROLL Notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Avalon has caused ~e ~f a Report relating to collection of property related fees sewer, salt water, grease disposal, and solid waste on the property tax roll, in compliance with Health and Safety Code section 5473 et seq and that the City Council will conduct a public hearing at 5:00 p.m Tuesday, July 17, 2018, in the Council Cham- bers at City Hall, 410 Avalon Canyon Road, Avalon, CA 90704, to consider directing the City Clerk to request Los Angeles County to place new fee increases on the FY 2018-2019 Property Tax Roll. A copy of the Report is on file with the City Clerk and available for review at City Hall. Published: Catalina Islander - July 6, 2018 and July 13, 2018 ~) ~t~y. J~y t3. ~Ot8 m m mt~mlmmt