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Friday, September 1, 2000 The CATALINA ISLANDER Page 13 ,i i Tuesday, August 22, 11" a.m,: with an injured man onboard. On Baywatch Isthmus treated two arrival, a 42-year-old man had a people for yellowjacket stings. A two-inch cut deep into his leg. 25-year-old Isthmus resident and The wound was cleaned and a 67-year-old Long Beach woman assessed. The man was released both complained of pain andand advised to seek further care swelling to their hands. Both were at the Avalon Hospital. treated and released. 10:50 p.m.: Lifeguard para- Thursday, August 24, 10:45 medics responded to a 51-year- p.m.: Baywatch Isthmus was dis- old woman having an allergic patched on a missing children reaction. She was assessed and report. The kids were overdue placed on the cardiac monitor. from a trip in their dinghy, The Paramedics advised her to go to children were found by the harbor the hospital after she refused patrol, help. She was released and i iii iiiii instructed to call if her condition worsened. Sunday, August 27, 10:50 a.m.: Baywatch Isthmus was called to Avalon to assist with the search of a missing scuba diver. On route, they were advised the diver had been found and they proceed- ed to the hyperbaric chamber. When the patient arrived, crews continued CPR and advanced life support measures. Medications and resuscitative measures were given but the patient was later pronounced dead. Friday, August 25, 3:10 a.m.:" Lifeguard paramedics responded to a boat in Cat Harbor for a 76- year-old woman complaining of chest pain. She was assessed, given oxygen, an EKG was per- formed, medication given and an IV was started. She was taken to Avalon Hospital for further care. 10:54 a.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to a 24-year-old Isth- mus resident who sustained first and second degree burns from a flash explosion in a kitchen. The patient was assessed, an EKG was performed, an IV started, the burns were flushed with water before the patient was flown to a xnainla'hd hospital for further care. Saturday, August 24, 8:50 a.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to the pier for a 30-year-old Vista woman with an injured leg. She was assessed and the leg wrapped before she re~ transport to Avalon Hospital. She was released on scene With instruc- tions for further care. 11:50 a,m.: Lifeguard paramedics were called to check on a 50-year- old woman complaining of feel- ing weak and dizzy after being on a boat. She was assessed, an EKG was given and she was given oxy- gen. She was then transported to Long Point to meet Baywatch Avalon to be transported to Aval- on Hospital. 1:20 p.m.: Lifeguard paramedics responded to a boat in Isthmus Harbor for a 38-year-old Hunting- ton Beach man with a hook embedded in his hand. He was assessed and the wound ban- daged. He was then assisted with getting his boat underway to Avalon for further care. 3:48 p.m.: Baywatch Isthmus responded to a report of a sailboat "The spider looks for a merchant who doesn't advertise so he can.spin a oeb across his door and lead a Ufe of wadisturbed peace." --Mark Twain Notices i ii i i COUNTY OFLOS ANGELES DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR NOTICE OF DIVIDED PUBLICATIQN Pursuant to Sections 3381 through 3385, Revenue and Taxation Code, the Published Delinquent List in and for Los Angeles County, State of California, has been divided and distributed to various newspapers of general circulation published in said county, for publication of a portion thereof in each of said newspapers. I, Mark J. Saladino, Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector, State of California, certify as follows: That notice is hereby given that because of non-payment of the total amount due for taxes, assessments and other charges levied in the year 1998 for the Fiscal Year 1998-1999, shown in dollars and cents opposite the description of the property contained in the list below, the real properties on which such amounts were a lien, were by operation of law, in my office in Los Angeles County, declared to be in default at 5 p.m on the 30th day of June, 1999, the last business day of the fiscal yea r. Tax-Defaulted real property may be redeemed by payment of all unpaid taxes end ~~wim ~Io~orms ~ ~ ~by may be redeemed under an installment plan of redem~3tion. All information concerning redemption, or the initiation of an installment plan of redemption, of tax.defaulted property will, upon request, be furnished by the Office of Los Angeles County Treasurer and Tax Collector, 225 North Hill Street, Los Angeles, California 90012. I certify under penalty of periury that the foregoing is true and correCt. Executed at Los Angeles, California, August 4, 2000. MARK J. SALADINO TREASURER AND TAX COLLECTOR COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES STATE OF CALIFORNIA Assessees/taxpayers, who have disposed of real property since January 1, 1998, may find their names listed for the reason that present owners have failed to pay taxes. Payments received after June 30, 1999, may not have met the deadline to prohibit publication. ASSESSOR'S IDENTIFICATION NUMBERING SYSTEM EXPLANATION The Assessor's Identification Number, when used to descdbe property in this list, refers to the Assessor's Map Book, the Map Page, and the individual parcel number On the Map Page. The maps referred to are available for inspection in the Office of the Assessor, 500 West Temple Street, Los Angeles, California 90012. The name, which precedes each Assessor's Identification Number, refers to the name of the assessee. Numbers/$93 - 100 through 900 following the Assessor's Identification Number indicates a supplemental assessment for 1993, /$94 - 100 through 900 for 1994, and /$95 - 100 through 900 for 1995 etc. Any supplemental assessment for a subsequent year, will be shown in the same manner and is preceded by "/S'. Where no name appears, the name is the same as that of the last assessee shown above. Following are properties that tax-defaulted in 1999 for the taxes, assessments and other charges for the 1998-1999 Fiscal Year: ALLISON, CHERYL SITUS 326 W WHt'I-F- 90704 7480-022-029 $6,863.53 LEY AVE UNIT B AVALON CA 90704 7480- SITUS 189 CHIMES RD AVALON CA 028-003 $3,271.74 90704 7480-022-030 $583.72 BERKE, IRVING AND TERESA SITUS 36 LAKE, WILLIAM J JR AND SHERRY CAM|NO DE FLORES ~9 AVALON CASITUS 42 UPPER TERRACE RDAVALON 90704 7480-049-090 $1,502.24 CA 90704 7480-009-013 $6,436,17 BROWNE, RICHARD AND KYOKO TRSPACIFICA CATALAN LIMITED PTNSH BROWNE TRUST SITUS 317 MARILLA SITUS 888 COUNTRY CLUB DR AVALON AVE AVALON CA 90704 7480-024-CA 90704 7480-002-003 525,817.04 00211990-000/8900-540-70811998-000 WEGMANN, HERBERT A CO TR WEG- $3,291.98 MANN TRUST SITUS 368 W WHITTLEY GROFF, LINDA SITUS 43 CAMINO DE AVE AVALON CA 90704 7480-028-034 FLORES 61 AVALON CA 90704 7480-049- $70.58 105 $1,373.98 HARDMAN, JEAN R TR JEAN HARDMAN TRUST SITUS 312 DESCANSO AVE AREA ll AVALON CA 90704 7480-036-006 $807.08 THE CATALINA ISLANDER HOLLIDAY, KENNETH J AND KAREN A ' August 25 and September 1, 2000 SITUS 199 CHIMES RD AVALON CACNS1794928 ii ii IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA EDISON'S COMPANY'S FUTURE GAS RATES ON SANTA CATALINA ISLAND Southern California Edison Company (SCE) wishes to inform /ou that your gas bills may increase on September 1, 2000. This is primarily due to increases in the price SCE pays its suppliers for liquefied petroleum gas used to serve its customers at Santa Catalina Island. On August 24, 2000, SCE filed Advice 112-G-A supplementing and replacing SCE's Advice 112-G in its entirety, to reflect a reduction in the Santa Catalina Island Gas Cost Adjustment Billing Factors originally proposed in Advice 112-G with the California Public Utilities Commission (Commission) requesting that this increased cost of fuel be passed on to customers. If the Commission approves this advice filing, the following change in rates will become effective for service rendered on and after September 1,2000. -. Present Revised Energy Ctharge -'- Energy Charge asof September 1, 2000 CUStomer Group Residential Baseline 0.93048 1.09435 Nonbaseline 1.07005 1.25850 Commemial 1.35740 1.56432 WHAT THESE CHANGES WILL MEAN TO RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS The average residential gas consumption on Santa Catalina Island is 60 therms (a measure of the heat content of gas) per month in the winter, and 25 therms per month in the summer. If this advice filing is approved by the Commission, the average residential customer's monthly bill will increase by approximately $10.30 or 16.5 percent in the winter, and $4.32 or 15.1 percent in the summer. However, the actual impact on your bill will vary depending on your energy use. If the Commission approves Advice 112-G-A, the revenue increase will be divided among SCE's gas customers as shown below: EsUnmted Revenue Chan -Bit mdul Therms % General Service 382.000 79.0 TOTAL 699,000 133.6 14.8 YoUR PARTICIPATION IS WELCOME If you would like to communicate with the Commission about Southern California Edison Company's 112-G-A and the rate changes it would establish, write to the Commission at either of the following offices. Be sure to mention that you are writing specifically about Advice 112-G-A. You may view a copy of the advice filing atthe following Commission Offices: State of California or State of Califomia Public Utilities Commission Public Utilities Commission 505 Van Ness Avenue 107 South Broadway San Francisco, CA 94102 Los Angeles, CA 90012 You may also write Southern California Edison Company about Advice 112-G-A at the following address or you may view a copy at SCE's business office in Avalon. ,Southern California Edison Company 1 Pebbly Beach Road P.O. Box 527 Avalon, CA 90704 LEGAL NOTICE 00-1223803 FICTITIOUS BUSINESS NAME STATEMENT The following person(s) is (am) doing business as; Isle JImitoriat #10 Pebbly Beach Rd. AvalOn, CA 90704 Full Name of RegMtrant(s): Philip J. MloutO #10 Pebtdy Beach Rd. Avalon. CA 90704 Full Name of Registrant(s): L. Mlouto #10 Pebbly Beach Rd. Avalon, CA 90704 This busk~u is conducted by husband and wife, Reg~ranthas not yet begun to tmniact business und~ the fic~tous business name or names I~Sled I~den. Phil|p j. Minuto Signed: Eaca L. Ml~uto This statement was f~Bcl with the County Clerk of LOS Angeles CoLmty on &u,~,~t 4, 2000. NOTICE--This fictitious name statement s~res (tvs yl~rs tram ~ aete # ~nu .1~ lo I~ office of the county c~. A new flclilious buSimles name statement must be tiled before that time. The filing of this statement does not In itself authorize the use in this state of a fictitious businass name in violation of the rights of anorner I ' I1' RECYCLE & , '[, ,',i,