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Page 2 The CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, September 1, 2000 [ Boats :.-Paddle Boards I Pedal Boats - -- -. Fishing Tackle Moorings P.O. Box 1536 COMPLETE OMC Avalon, Calif. 90704 SALES AND SERVICE ,i i i ] BUY RECYCLED AND SAVE OUR PLANET I $$$ CONSTRUCTION & RENOVATION Owner - 2nd Home & Non Owner Occupied Self-employed - O.K. Land acquisition Difficult credit - O.K. Fixed & Adjustable Rates EZ Qualifier Loans Professional, friendly service Wells Fargo Home Mor.~age is licensod by the @ CA. Dept. of(~rp. under the RML. Lic. #41343088 LENDER Who is thi person. Identify this person and win two passes to the Avalon Theatre or two passes on Discovery Tours Glass Bottom Boat Trip compliments of the Santa Catalina Island Company. HINTS." He is frequently surrounded by children * He grew up to act up * He helped bring back Tremont Hall * He knows how to make kids play * Contest Rules: Identify the current Island resident in this photograph and call us at (310) 510-0500 anytime after you receive your newspaper all the way up until 9 am next Wednesday morning. (Feel free to call after hours and leave your name and phone number on the answering machine - please speak slowly and spell out any unusual names.) At that time the winning name will be drawn from all entries. Good Luck! Help us make this contest a success. If you have older pho- tos of current residents and would like to make them part of this contest, please call our staff at 510-0500. 9 Last week's contest, "Treasures from the Past," was won by Nancy Amheim, who will receive a copy of Larry Harris's book The Jewels of Avalon from the I Catalina Island Museum Store. The picture was of the "Catalina Tile and Pottery Plant ." and was located at Pebbly Beach Dinnerware manufactured at Catalina's pottery plant in the 1930's enjoyed nationwide populari- ty and distribution. In this publicity photo, a shipment is prepared to go to the White House. Thanks for playing. I{;LAND ALMANAC Night Sky Moon Phases ,"DRYDAY'' Forecast b, Kathleen Hill Zeller -- "DRYDAY '* forecasts are designed to help you plan your activittes weeks The Moon is waxing, building in~'~ ~ ~ ahead: The planning chart below is a forecast of the daily probability of dry size this week, reaching New PositionI ] ~ .J ~. I or rainy weather throughout the month. Remember: risky days are notOnat twilightTUes" Sept.and 5.willVenUSclimbiS higher[ W in theas theW "qs"'9/5 9/13 9/209 279/7 guaranteed rainy days. ~, month progresses. On Fri. evening at ,-,-~ l~/, ~ e~ ~ ~,~ ~>,~. dusk, bright Spica, the spike of wheat lloes held by Virgo the Virgin, appears mid- HIGH ft LOW ft 80-~--- -~ ~ way between the young crescent Moon 1 5 a i ig !a 0 4 and the horizon. Jupiter is the bright "" ~i~{"~:::i 1"; 70. planet that rises E around midnight. It ~ii~g:~" isnow90 a quarter circle Wofthe 2 ~2{~!A 4.9 1.1 50 Sun and therefore rises about a quarter l~*~:l:~:}~::~:::l~::~:::~{~:: 5.2:71,I : 1.3 day before the Sun Find the constella- ~ i{~:{~::~:i~~ . . i~::ii~!:::: . , tions of the zodiac. On Sun. the Moon ) ::ii~i~!~i if" 1 {{i~!~i 1 .o ~----~~ -- sits among the stars of Libra the Scales ~i!@i 5.0 8i~a~ 1.5 one ofthefaintestzodiacconstellations. 4 3 5 2.4 On Mon. it is near the head of the ;ii gl1 5 Scorpion. Find the red supergiant star ::iii~ii~i~:: "~' l~i " Antares, which marks the heart of the 5 iiiii~ 3.3 ii8~fiRi! 2.8 Scorpion; about a fist width to the !:i!{~{:i 4.7 1.2 September - Moon's lower left on Wed and Thurs. it ,- :.ii!i~i~:~::ili 7~i~i::~i~iiiili ~ , Neither Ruch Weather Services, Inc nor the publisher, guarantee the accuracy of these will move through the 'teapot' the o iii~i .~.9~{~i! 9.t forecasts and no liability shall devolve upon either. No reproduction without written most recognizable part of Sagittarius; iiii::iiiiiiiii{ii~i~ 4.8 authorization. ~1995 Rt~ h Weather Services, Inc. Fog information call 714-633-9013. standing over the spout on Wed. Sunr~ ~x76:23 a.m. l I " Sunset approx. 7:27 p.m. raises roups The 20th anniversary of the Church Mouse Marlin Tourna- ment raised a record amount of money for local children's inter- ests. Organizers Carol and Bob Butte originally anticipated approximately $40,000 from tournament proceeds to be given to Island youth groups. That changed during the awards banquet Tuesday night when Dr. Frank Blair said he would donate $10,000 to the cause if anyone matched him. As a result, the top three place winners of the tourna- ment, as well as the top three in the tuna sidebets, all donated their prize money. Butte said that next week they will know which youth groups will receive the money. Taking first place this year was John Buettner on the boat Big Hit, captained by Willy Baxendell. Buettner's fish weighed in at 176.5 pounds. Address: P.O. Box 428 Office: 615 Crescent Ave. Avalon, California 90704 Telephone: (310) 510-0500 Fax: (310) 810-2882 email: cat Founded in 1913 by. Ernes, Windle Sherri Walker Publisher I Editor John E. Parker Art Director Patti 'Lange Marie Whittington Staff Writers Sherri Walker Advertising Sales Anna Campbell Office Manager / Bookkeeper Ken Cline Distribution Manager Contributing Writers: Doug Oudin, Kathleen Hill Zeller Contributing Photographers: Kathleen King Darkroom: Bill Meister Member THE CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION The Catalina Islander. Volume: 86 Issue: 35 Issue date: September 1, 2000 (USPS 093-140) Acceptance under 3~Y-2, ER. 3464 Periodicals Postage Paid at Avalon, CA 90704 and other additio~ud olfices. Adjudication Decree No. 3775(h3. Date of Adjudication: Oct. 4, 1934 Exact Name of Newspaper as shown i0t the Petition for Adjudication: The Catalina Islander. l)ublished weekly at 615 Crescent Ave Avalon. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Catalina Islander P.O. Box 428, Avalon, CA 90704 ADVERTISING DEADLINES Display: 5 P.M. 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