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10 Years Ago In June, crime was up 27.02 per- cent. The crimes: two ve- hicles were stolen, there were two narcotic's violations, two public intoxications, one nar- cotics warrant, one drunk driving, one arrested on a warrant, one assault and bat- tery. Of all the crimes, only two were committed by Is- landers. City Clerk, "Cricket Alleyi" 125 Metropole, #103. "City Hall," 209 Metropole. "Cold Stone Ice Cream(i 120 Sumner. :. "Community Pool," "Las Casitas, open. "Country Depot," 342 A Metro- pole. "Descanso Beach Club" "Bar- beque Under the Stars," live music, "Free Concert on the Lawn," July 7, 12-5. "Local's Night," every Wednesday, "Blues on the Beach." "Discount Store," "Cricket Alley," 125 Metropole. Fish Food Dispenser on Pleasure Pier, new, 10 year old, Mi- chael Wenger. David Creigh replaced Tom Sutherland as president of the Rotary Club. John Regalado was the new presi- dent of the Lions. Terje (Terry) Torgersen was the new vice president of Food and Beverages at Santa Cata- lina Island Company. 25 Years Ago The California Public Utilities Commission granted South- ern California Edison an in- crease of liquefied petroleum gas rates by 47 percent over a three-year period• Search and Rescue "heli-tac" training at firebreak, behind Las Casitas. "Market Place Salon," 205 Cres- cent, #120. "Mini Jet Boats, Inc.," new, para- sailing, wet of Hamilton Cove. "Palm Restaurant," Country Club, seven days, lunch/dinner, Sunday Brunch, Early Bird Specials. Taxi rebates. "Para Transit Service," Pebbly Beach, for senior citizens and disabled to Avalon. 27/7 "dial o a ride," 25 cents/each way. "The Party Line," gift/stationary store, 403 R Crescent. "Patricia's Imports," 107 Metro- pole, #1 El Encanto. Pete's B. B. Q. "Reliable Painting," 123 Sumner. "Solomon's Street Fare," "Good Times," dinner theatre, "Sol- omon's Landing," Crescent and Marilla. 140 seat Garden Patio. Started June 26, 1987. Every night, except Tuesday. "Tees 'N' Things," 103 Sumner• "Yamaha Water Vehicle Rentals," 300 Catalina, #1. Clement Michael Zar, 100 St. Catherine Way. Joe Arno was president of the Avalon Municipal Hospital Foundation. Lew Gillette was the hospital ad- ministrator. Whitey Mendenhall was the man- ager at Safeway. Ralph Morrow was president of the Hospital Board of Trust- ees. Bill Putnam was fire captain. 50 Years Ago Supersonic aircraft continue to break the sound barrier off of Catalina• Mrs. Flay Gray celebrated her 91st birthday. The Fourth of July fireworks dis- play was held off Casino • Point. Elizabeth Morris MacLean (Feb. 25, 1908, Avalon-July 22, 1962). "Ice Machine," approximately at 125 Catalina. "Island Boat Service," Avalon- Wilmington, $6.52/round trip; Avalon-Two Harbors, $3/round trip. "The Music Bowl" opened for the season. Planned entertain- ient: Tommy Morgan (har- nonica artist) and Peggy/Bill Oburn, singer and pianist. The S S. Catalina was told to give warning whistle for its mid- night cruises. "Starlight Drive," Santa Cata- lina Island Company, Adults, $1.30; Children, 75 cents. "Stevenson Apartments," 207-209 Whittley. 75 Years Ago Approximately 40 divers dove for coins thrown from the steam- ers. Mason R. (Tobe) Baker (1903- June, 1937). Frank Gould and His Orchestra performed in the Casino The- tre during the matinee. Sid Jrohn Glenar celebrated his seventh birthday. John Brinkley, "Chicken Johnny," (1847-1937). Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Kendall, 364 • Sumner. ~ FEATURED PROPERTY ~ 365-A Sumner 2 BR, 2 BA, Sold Furnished & Gold Cart. $649,000 Maryrose Coughlin manages medical group Patients at the physician offices at Catalina Island Medical Cen- ter may have noticed a-new smi- ling face. Last month, Maryrose Coughlinjoined the Catalina Island Medical Center team as the mana- ger of the medical group office. The east coast native has been working in healthcare for 35 years and has extensive experience in clinical care and case manage- ment as well as managing medical and surgical centers. She has begun overseeing a medical practice that includes the Medical Center's three staffphysi- clans, Dr. Laura Ulibarri, Dr. Tra- cey Norton and Dr. Monte Mellon; as well as a family nurse practitio- ner. The practice also includes two licensed vocational nurses and sup- port staff. In the late spring, sum- mer and early fall, she coordinates family practice residents who serve rotations on the island from Dow- ney Regional Medical Center. Coughlin sees her new :io]e on • Catalina Island_as having seve- ral facets. "The most obvious is to manage the day-today opera- tions of the MGO. This involves creating a positive experience for our patients, employees ad phy- sicians," she said. "The other is to create an ongoing process for assisting, patients to manage their health, especially those wth chro- nic disease, which is referred to as a Patient Centered Medical Home. I hope that all residents of the is- land will one day choose the medi- cal center as their preferred place for primary health care, i.e. their medical home." Coughlin finds her new sur- roundings very appealing. "The ocean, the sun and the challenges • at the job brings,  friendli- hess of the people here,the pace of life--what would not appeal to anyone?" The new manager has set some powerful goals for herself as well as the rest of the Catalina Island Medical Center team. "I look forward to the day when every Islander and local re- fer friends and visitors to the me- dical center and brag about the quality of care and attention that • they receive here," she said. 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