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Friday, August 11, 2000 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 11 Visit our Avalon office inside Catalina Island Travel swim session Renter's Policies Available Lana Brown of Avalon enjoys the water during her Mommy and Me class. Community Services has classes for youngqr children to the skatepark, is also open for started their second session of get comfortable in the water are free swim every day from 2:15 swim classes, offered, p.m. to 3:15 p.m. Lessons for children and The pool, which is located at Call 510-1987 for more info. ARROYO INSURANCE SERVICE.B, INC. "Over 10 Years Island Experience." (800) 628-7641 ca LIe #0735912 GOLF CART, BOAT, HEALTH, RENTERS & HOMEOWNERS INSURANCE CALL MARIA ELENA MARQUIS FOR A QUOTATION We're John Bloeser Carpet One, the oldest carpet company in California, family owned since 1879, and your island neighbor. We offer the best prices, the bes[ service, the best warranties, the highest-quality installation, the greatest selection and a "No Stain" plan - at[ with"six"months FREE FINANCING, same as cash, on approved credit. Love Thy Neighbor (and ofler them quality, long-lasting flt~r coverings at great prices.) We know all about the intricacies of installing floor coverings on the island. Open Daily (562) 430-7501 'tfl 7 pm Saturday and Sunday 5510 BRITTON DRIVE, LONG lEACH C~, #2;21~Z3 10toSp.m N]X~ ILl I11~ 1t5II ~ 1[ ~t'q 1 R N~ NV#114~6 Costa Mesa (714) 751-2324 Los An eles 213) 27-4739 Monday, July 31, 10:30 a.m.:Avalon Hospital for further treat- were rescued by helicopter and Lifeguard paramedics responded ment. dropped off at Pebbly Beach to the Cabrillo Mole for an 82- unharmed. year-old Woodland Hills woman Wednesday, August 2, 12:18 who was feeling sea sick after p.m.: Lifeguards treated a 56- 5:25 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon crossing the channel. She was year-old Mission Viejo woman responded to Toyon Bay for a 22- assessed, treated and taken to on the pier for a bee sting. She year-old man experiencing tin- Avalon Hospital for further evalu- was assessed, treated and gling after a scuba dive. He was ation, released at the scene, assessed, treated and transported to the hyperbaric chamber for i p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to Long POint for a 27- foot power boat that h id run aground. On scene, lifeguards swam a towline to the boat and it was pulled off of the beach and surveyed for damage. Two vic- tims were taken off the beach by lifeguards. After the boat was sta- bilized it was turned over to ves- sel assist. 2:27 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded~to a local hotel for a 15-year old El Segundo girl for a possible allergic reaction. She was assessed, treated and taken to the hospital for further care. 5:09 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to Camp Fox for a 16- year-old girl complaining of head and neck pain after being flipped while being towed by a boat. She was assessed, treated and brought into Avalon to go to the hospital for further care. 5:35 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to the mole for a man with an injured knee. He was assessed, treated and released at Thursday, August 3, 3:53 p.m.: the scene. Baywatch Avalon responded to Avidon Canyon Road for a traffic 5:36 p.m.: Baywatch Avalon and collision. Two patients were treat- the Avalon Harbor Department ed. A 32-year-old woman was respon/ied to the mole for a cross treated for a possible broken leg channel carrier that had wrapped and a 30-year-old man was treat- up a mooring line and hit another ed for a leg injury. Both were boat. The harbor department sur- taken to the hospital for treat- veyed both boats for damage and merit. Baywatch stood by. Friday, August 4, 7:56 a.m.: Tuesday, August 1, 10:45 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon responded to Baywatch Avalon responded to a Float 5 for a 29-year-old woman cruise ship for a 50-year-old San who had slipped and fell. She Jose woman who hurt her leg was taken to the hospital for x- after falling out of bed. She was assessed, treated and transported rays. to Float 5 so she could go to the Saturday, August 5, 8:10 a.m.: hospital for x-rays. Baywatch Avalon responded to a 12:12 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics boat fire 10 miles off of Avalon. responded to the Country Club for On scene, the fire was smolder- a 29-year-old woman complaining ing. The fire was put out and the of stomach pain after a branch boat was released on its own broke off of a eucalyptus tree and went through the window of the taxi she was in. She was extricat- ed, assessed, treated and taken to the hospital for further care. 4:14 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to a park for a 49-year- old Los Angeles man complaining of tingling and weakness in his forearms after parasailing. He was assessed, treated and taken to power. 4:04 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics treated a 58-year-old man com- plaining of rib pain. He. was taken to the hospital for further care. Sunday, August 6, 9:25 a.m.: Baywatch Avalon and other res- cue personnel responded to the cliffs west of Hamilton Cove for e two stranded hikers. The two men Love them, leash them, The Avalon Humane Society P()S" F{I', A R D Please send me a 1 year subscription- $28.00 -- On Island ~2i S30.00 "- Mainland This Name Address City/Zip Mail to: The Cotalina Islander P.O. Box 428, Avakm, CA 90704 It 1;0 Adv6rtise - Call 5herri at (310) 510-0500