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/ = f 10 Years Ago Ninety-five percent of those polled as they left the Island by. the Chamber of Commerce voiced the overall satisfaction with Catalina as excellent or good. Christopher King married Anto- nia Nap oli, Aug. 17, Country Club. Children's Challenge, Two Har- bors. Swimming with the leopard sharks, U. S. C. Wrigley Ma- rine Science Center. The 12th Annual Church Mouse Marlin Invitational Tourna- ment, Friendly Marlin Tour- nament was held. The 4th Annual Catalina Pottery and Tile Extravaganza was held at the Catalina Island Museum. Thousands of giant squid wound up on Big Fisherman's Cove and Shark Cove, Aug. 22. The Los Angeles Sheriff's Depart- ment was using a new weap- on: a new generation of Taser- gun with a 5-second electrical impulse. Bahia Vista, C-56, $449,000; 356 Clarissa, $405,000; 310 Whit- tley, $1,175,000. People aboard boats: 10,332; Ves- sels moored, 2583; Vessels . anchored, 617; Cruise ship count, 10,388. Jaime David Montana, 304 Marilla. 25 Years Ago Catalina Provisions, health food, Atwater Arcade/ l ! tons" " " pole. ~i~ii~l~~ Marvin Kleber, Real Estate Bro- |! '~ 2 Mollik:rkiMmabCrRl7 lh34t205" Fred Kindle, Middle Ranch. Reliable Painting, 123 Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Propst, Middle Seaway of Catalina. Ranch. Sportsbar, Palm Restaurant, Cata- William Spurgin, Catalina. lina Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Terry, Wrig- Morris A. Stark, 323 Catalina. ley Terrace. LaRue Thomas, #7 Cabrillo. Mrs. A. L. Watson, 336 Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilkinson, 46 Upper len~e - Duplex plus 50 Years Ago. Marilla. goesl house. / prexim p/ 3700 fi. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Amar celebrat- Charles O. and Elinor Wright, 124 dhvingspace. Imedible harbor anti ete0n ed their 50th wedding anni-Catalina. vie~homdluni~.Oed~,sl0r0ge, versary. Mr. and Mrs. Lee T. Writer, 323wmldaop ml math more. Call far prke! Mrs. Ben Chellberg had a surprise Eucalyptus. 320 Ave.3 BR, 28A, dealt, bockp birthday party. ~ 1,161 SF+/- single fame/home.~29,000 A $150 reward was offered for 75 YearsAgo Sumer-3K,2.SBA, vomlionrenloi, CHECK OUT THESE GREAT finding whoever was throw- The Post Office made cancellations dedt, mm/ulxjod S869,000 OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! ing tracks on the Avalon on.over one million pieces of cs4 Vista- 2 bnd/2 I h, Villa 1-53 - 1 BD12 BA, cuslom roads. One hundred thirty flat mail. The fiscal year, ending folly furnished. $400,000 design, ocean views. $510,000 occurred as a result. June 30, 1936, showed receipts The tax rate has increased from of $28,578.05. 1937 showed 328 l]emmso Duplex-Largeredlop $1.75 to $2.04 per $100. receipts of $29,817.21. deck with view. 3 BD, 1.75 BA and 1 8D, 1 BA. Villa 2-27 -- 2 BD, 2 BA, great Aloha Apartments Ray S. McGarry, electrical shop. $599,000 views a[ the ocean ! $549,000 Avalon Music Bowl, East end of New Central Hotel, 106 Metro- 351 mer- ti doldex, Crescent, Dorothy Sayles pole. 10rgelo13,233SF+/-,~ili 380/28Jk Villa 1-57 - 1 80,1 8A w/views[ Renton and Authur Renton Mr. and Mrs. William Morrison 22B0/i .$775,000 beoutifullyopl inted! $399,000 performed. Hance, 316 Eucalyptus. ~ Vista C-$3-100, 1 BA Avalon Properties, 200 Marilla. William W. and Jessie Hewitt, 238 wilh p0ol S3SO, O00 Villa 17-80 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, pdm Carmen Briggs, new real estate of- Marilla. 119 Street - vi l includes land pt h ! $699,900 rice, 206 Metropole. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hollling- .Home built in 1921.2,256 SF +/- 1oL Catalina Cafe, 309/13 Crescent. swarth, 311 Clemente. $850,000 Catalina Cove and Camp Agency, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Johannsen, 356 Douglas Alfred Bombard. Sumner. 351 Craig- 660, 6 Villa 4-13 ~ Bankruptcy sole, Cliff Comer Landscaping. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson, Sun- style ontoee Well subject to court approval. 2BD, 2BA, Do Nut Shop, Metropole. shine Terrace. mimmnnd! ,$1199,000 0ce0n view! $9,000 Eaflene's, women's aparrel, t28 Capt. William H. and Rhena Mead, 343 (atallm - Triplex- man unit, I BO, Sumner. Idol Ours, 125 Clarissa. l BA vateli0n real01. 2 sludi0 lint Holiday House. Dr~ Frederich John Perske, 517 to~lrenlds. $775,000 Jiffy Wash, new, 108-B Metro- Crescent. ~ V'nla IF32- I 00, 1 BA 797 sq. ft. E~I unit. $299,000 Three complaints We have been to Avalon four times this year and Two Harbors once, and have only three com- plaints: At Two Harbors, the service at the breakfast place (I think it's the only one in town) is not friendly at all. One or two employees were moderately helpful, but several were rude, and one was downright offensive. Need to upgrade the staff at that place. Also at Two Harbors: The reef on the way in there is very poorly marked, and better indicators are needed to show just how shal- low that reef is, which is right where boats want to go to get to the harbor (just past Bird Rock); we've heard people have dam- aged outdrives and keels there, not knowing that at times, there is less than 3 feet of clearance. Some buoys are needed to ring that reef, pronto. At Avalon, we went from drink- ing fountain to drinking fountain trying to find one that works. Ul- timately, after trying several that were broken, we found one near the pier that shoots water out a bit too far, and did not drain at all. Is it too much to ask to haye oPerable f i i drinking fountains? see hundreds of beautiful fish all Outside of those three things, in a 10-minute walk. We are so we absolutely love taking our boat grateful that you have kept the over, and have found most every- small town feel with no high-rise one very friendly and helpful, buildings that makes Catalina the We'll be back for the Jazz Festival perfect get-away. in October. We look forward all year to Ran Schweitzer coming to Catalina each summer. Long Beach We just can't thank you all enough for all of your kindness to the visi- To all Catalina Islanders,'tars to your beloved island. We just wanted to take this op- Many thanks. portunity to thank you for sharing your Island with us and all of the other tourists. Your gracious "Is- land spirit" is so appreciated. We love that you can walk from the California Mountain Chapar- ral and see deer to the beach and .Hugh and Allison Carpenter, San Diego ES. - Thank you too for the fabulous free summer concerts at the Wrigley Stage! They are sucti a treat. Send us your news and ~hotos[ I ed@cinews.us I i . ~ : - ~ :---:- : : - -:-: - THE CATAUNA ISLANDER remodeled I BD, 1.5 BA. Vot0 Rnand g eml . $385,000 Behio Vista A-l- 2 BD/2.$ BA, Cornet unit, reml. $425,000 W gley Te.m Lots- Build your dream home on 1 of 6 lots availobtel = $95o, ooo t, $],2oo, ooo Olive Street View Lots - your dream ham on 1 of 4 Iols mlloBe! $329,000 to $469.000 " 29 Sel V'Istg - f.omple~ remedelndtondo 2 BD/3 BA + ~dy, cuslm id~hen, file floon Priced 1o move! $399,000 " 310 (kmnte - 2 BD/2 BA +Sludy, 1 $ F~-view Terrote - 3 81)/2 BA, ~q.ofi 4 $sO0,OoO ' 342 Sumner - $47%000 20 F~rAew Ten'ace - $499,000 ! 20 Hi Street - $639,350 327 amiss, - SS4O, OOO HCV~ 16 - .$499,000 llC Villa 18-74 - $749,000 316 Sun- $499,000 21 ! Clarlssa - $1,299,000 52 Foirvbw Terrace - $49%000 339 Des6m - $$79,000 162 ~ Terrace - S999,999 217 Beacon A - $629,000 HC i-59 - $499,00 191 Lower Term- $799,500 HC Viib 2-32 - $379,00O 227 Beacon A - $740,000 333 Clarl.a - $84g,000 . I 17 Vieudd~ - $925,000 257 L Widttley - $699,000 87 Sol Vista - $305,000 226 Clarissa - $899,000 - S ,3 ,000 : - Friday, August 24, 201213