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Page 2 The CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, August 11,2000 i i i i i,i i Dana Point Avalon Two Harbors Dana Point to Avalon Daily Im~NA IPOINlro AMIP'OIINIA Avalon to Two Harbors Daily The Only On-Site Catalina Parking In Dana Point Harbor Lowest Fares Newest Boat Great Service TOLL FREE 1-877-4-DANA POINT (432-6276) AVALON OFFICE (310) 510-9404 kland for the fl .t time, before mehim and eGII The only eone rn you had toh for eehall or g flng hon dark. e vo time matte where g0u in a e=alina hifl. [ho & gl 4a ar foQtt,the larg 't sd fi0n of e. hlinQ . hlff2. Wear one todag =l) ad the Catalina Island Aloha and %emembor when l ,~ ~*,~ Catalina Tile Shirt Catalina Map Shirt COLORS; White or Navy /Sizes: Small-;0( COLORS: navy, powder, red, tan, tea(, white Sizes: Small-;O( Catalina Ovals Shirt COLORS: red and silver Sizes: SmalF3X Catalina Postcards Shirt S~zes: Small-aX Last week's contest, "Treasures from the Past," was won by May Foster, who will receive an autographed copy of Charles Hillinger's book Channel Islands from the Catalina Island Museum Store. The picture was of the "Catalina Hospital" This building at 207 Sumner Ave. was located where the Courthouse is now. It was originally the home of Joseph Brent Banning (one of the Island owners from 1892-1919), and was converted to the "Catalina Hospital" in 1923. It was Avalon's hospital until the Avalon Municipal Hospital opened at its present location in 1960. The house on the left was the childhood home of General George Pattofi, Jr. Thanks for playing, FIND YOURSELF in The Catalina Islander There are two names hidden in the pages of The Catalina Islander. They are very small and will look something like this- Sherri Walker. ]he names have been taken from our subscription list and the Avalon phone book. If you find you[ name, you win a t-shirt- it's that simple, tf one of those names is yours, you have one month to either call us at 510-0500 or stop by our offices, located at 615 Crescent Avenue to claim your prize. Thanks for playing! I~ICATALINA ISLANDER TODAY! ~ $28.00 On Island Please send me a 1 year subscription. O $30.00 Mainland i I [] Visa [] MasterCard Retro Catalina Shirt Tropic Air Shirt ! Name COLORS; maize, powder, salmon, teal I Address Ladies Sizes: Small-3X Sizes; Small-~x I La d ie s Ciw/State/Zip Available in: Camp Shirt, Short, Babydoll Dress Available in: Tank Dress I Phone & A-Line Dress Sizes: X-Smart--X-Large Sizes: X-Sm~ll--X-Large Buoys & Gulls Sportswear (3 o) 5' o-o4 6 , , II II I 1' Call 5herH a 510-0500 o advert, lee your bueinees i ' ' i l i i"t' I This is a gift subscription from: # Name j exp. date Address 11 ' Mail t : The Catalina Islander city/Zip P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 -~- Night Sky Moon Phases ,"DRYDAY'' Forecast /,y gath/een Ha/Ze O "DRYDAY forecasts are designed to help you plan your activities weeks Venus will appear as the 'evening { ahead. The planning chart below is a forecast of the daily probability of dry star" above the WNW horizon 30 min- or rainy weather throughout the month. Remember: risky days are not utes af:er sunset. The young crescent guaranteed rainy days. Moon will be higher and just S of 8/6 8/14 8/22 8/29 Venus. Venus sets 15 rain. after sunset; Tides tO0~ ----- --- increasing to 45 min. by Aug. 31. Venus 90 is referred to as a "morning star" or an HIGH ft LOW ft ~0 ~ "evening star" depending on its position 4 5.2 0.4 ?0 at sunrise and sunset. Being an inner 5.0 ~ii~ 1.8 planet, it never travels too far from ~0 - - ----------- either tmrizon and is never "full" like 5 :i~::i~4.4 1.0 L our Moon. Ancient sky watchers noted 5.0 i~i!!i~:iii 1.8 : . that Venus and the other 4 naked eye,~I{~:T"" 3.7 1.7 planets behaved differently than the other seemingly fixed stars, sotheygave :~ 5.0 t~i{~ 1.6 them the name "planets"- Greek, mean- 7 ~ii~i 3.4 2.2 ing wanderers. The Perseid meteor !~ 5.1 ~. ~+ + .e JLtL~+ ~ - -. --~ shower v,iit begin Wed. the 9th; peak is 5 6 7 8 910111213141S16171818 20 2122 28 24 25 26 27 2S 28 30 81 expected before dawn on Sat. thel2th. 8 ~i.$I~'-- 3.4 ~ii[~:: 1.2 A"~I Look NE toward Perseus; the constellP 5.2 2.5 tion for .h ch these meteor: are nam e 9 3.6 0.8 Neither Roch Weather Services, Inc not the publisher, guarantee the accuracy of these and seem to radiate from. The bright ',recasts and no liability sh'U devolve upon either. No ,eproduction without written gibbous Moon and the glare of L.A. 5.4 2.6 authorization. 1995 Rtg:h Weather Services, Inc. Fm information cal1714-633-9013, make it harder to spot these bits of dust Sunme~O-x. 5:54a.m. plunging into our atmosphere. Su,t~, a~cox. 8:04 p.m. This Saturday and Sunday the Avalon Boys soccer teams will be playing in a tournament. The Islander teams will be competing against teams from Newport Beach and the City of Walnut. Play begins at 11 a.m. on Sat- urday, August 12, and 9 a.m. on Sunday, August l 1, at the Field of Dreams. Each city has three teams competing in the tournament: the seven to nine year olds; the 10-13 year-olds and the 14 and 15 year-olds. Bob Revius is the coach for the local teams. Coordinators are hoping this will be the first year of bi-annual play for the three teams, Future games will be rotated amongst the three cities. The public is welcome to come out and support the local teams. City of Avalon Sports Coor- dinator Eddy Sandoval at Com- munity Services has more infor- mation and can be reached at 510-1987. ~tl~~lSlallll~ Address: P.O. Bnx 428 Office: 615 Cms,~m Ave. Avalon, California 90704 Telephone: (310) 510-0500 Fe, x: (alO) S1o-2~82 email: eatislander@ispehannet.com Founded in 1913 by Ernest Wimlle Shem Walker Publisher I Editor John E. Parker Art Director Patti Lange Marie Whittington Staff Writere Sherri Walker Advertising Sel~ Anna Campbell Office M~n~g~r I Bookkeeper Ken Cline Distribution Manager Conb'lbutlng Wrlte~: Doug Oudin, Kathleen Hill Zeller Kathleen King Darkroom: Bill Meister I ~i~ll Member ~tl~,~ T~E CALtFORNI~ ~ i=~ ~ NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS % ~ Jl~,~rvP'j ASSOCIATION The Catalina Islander Volume: 86 Issue: 32 Issue date: August 11, 2000 (USPS 093-140) Aeeeplam:e under 39(2. F.R. :~64 Periodicals Poslage Paid at Avalon. (~A e~7(}4 aml olher additimml offices, Adjudication Decree No, 37759@ Date of Adjudleation: Oct. 4~ 1934 Exact Name of Newspaper as sho~n in the Petition for Adjudieation: The Catalina Islamler. Published weekly at 615 Creseent Ave Avalon. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Catalina Islander P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 ADVERTISING DEADLINES Display: 5 p.M. Monday Classified: N~m Tuesday One Year Subscription: Catalina $28 Mainland $30 Subm:riptioas via First Class Mail are available fnr $.50 per ye~tr. 1%e entire (.onlents of 'n.m Catalina Islander are copyright 2000 by The Catalina Islander. No part may be mprt~lueed in any fashion without wriuen consent of the publisher. Tbis publication is printed almost entirely on recycled paper.