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time capsule so.A.SA O SEPT 1961 Researched by Chuck Liddell //Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi NEWS The school had a record high of 408 students: Elementary 238, 1961; 228, 1960; High School 170, 1961; 135, 1960. Twenty-one sheriff's deputies and Avalon police officers booked and jailed 169 people during the Veteran's Day Weekend. Records show 3,500 private planes have landed at the Airport-In- The-Sky since 1959 and the first accident occurred when a plane went off the end. None of the four passengers were badly hurt. The majority of complaints to the Chamber of Commerce were regarding rooming houses. Fred Ashbridge, former Avalon resident, celebrated his 771h birthday by participating in his owha third annual waterski- ing ~ound the Island. It took ~ne hour and 30 minutes ; from 1he mainland to Catalina ;i::I4I~l~r, and 56 minutes from" na Harbor to Avalon. A bl~drive was conducted on the S. S. Catalina. A major Salt water break at the comer of Clarissa and Beacon let~Avalon without salt water for two days. The sand from center beach was washed away~ These salt water lines were placed here in early 1942. Most of the salt water lines in Avalon were installed in the 1920s. Some went back to around 1900. The Chamber subscribed to the Southern California All Year Club, which provides year round publicity. Subscriptions cost $1,000. S. S. Catalina and Mother Goose left for the sea~on. - ANNOUNCEMENTS ..... Carl W. Carson (NOv. 4, t S~5- SepL 1, 1961). "~~ Chuckie;;Betts was born in the summer of 1961. Russ Morgan's Band is leaving the Island. Mrs. Louise Tavemer Fricke" (1891-Aug. 27,1961). The Kimberly June Small celebrated her second birthday. Eddie Platt had a hole-in-one. Burton Eugene Lyons, born Sept. 1, 1961, to Gene and Joan Lyons. Alfred Arthur McCarte died in September 1961. Mrs. Teresa MacKay died Sept. 6, 1961. Charles Daniel Larwood was born Aug. 15, 1961 to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larwood. William E'Strange (1879-Sept. 16, 1961). James Richard Todd (1867-Sept. 13, 1961). Mrs. Myrtle Tyrell (1888-Sept. 17, 1961). ENTERTAINMENT There were four weekend Indian Summer celebrations, Sept. 23-Oct. 15, the 3rd Annual Catalina Island Indian Sum- mer Art Exhibition. Catalina Marineros Camp for Boys, 4th Of July Cove. Chucko, The Birthday Clown, who's show is on channel 7, appeared at the Casino. This was his second visit in six years. First city of Avalon Invitation Golf Tournament. Annual Catalina Picnic, Silverado , Park, LongBeach. BUSINESS Anchor Inn. Avalon Drug Store, Crescent. Avalon Hospital Service League (Pink Ladies and Candy Strip- ers). AvalonNavigation Co., excursions from the Pleasure Pier to the Isthmus. Casino, after Labor Day, Friday- Moriday only. Catalina Bootery, 104 Sumner, closing. Catalina Get-About. Hale's Electric Shop, had a minia- ture Marineland. Hospitality House, foot of Steamer Pier. K. Turner Gallery, Crescent. Lei Aloha Hawaiian Shop, 704 Crescent. Malibu Inn, 888 Los Lamas. Mother Gray's, 501 Crescent. Orange Julius, 205 Crescent.- Pleasure Pier Check-Stand. Treasure Shop #2,. 102 Sumner. Miss Lillian Ellingson was sum-mer curator of the Museum. Barbara Panariello was president of the Women's Golf Club. L'olo Saldana was a grand knight of the Knights of Columbus. Irma Taylor was a worthy matron in the Order of Eastern Star. James O. Taylor was a worthy pa- tron of the Order of the East- em Star. Roger Upton was president of the Art Association. REAL ESTATE Dr. and Mrs. Dale Bacheller, Cla- rissa. Marjorie E. and Eva M. Bell, 114 Maiden Ln. Mrs. Robert Ellis, Canyon Ter- ' race. Mrs. Walter Haase, Singing Wa- ters, 346 Catalina. Mrs. A1 Kirst/Mrs. A1 Watson, 336 Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. John Lazar, 312 Catalina. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Loflus, 325 Clarissa. Charles and Lorraine Malone, 235 Clarissa. Alfred Arthur and Heleh McCarte, 310 E. Whittley. Mrs. Frank Patton, 218 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Ralston, 326 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rhodes, Des- CanSO. Edward T. and Fern Rinehart, 348 Catalina. Fred R. and Gladys C. Rogers, 225 Whittley. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Salamunovich purchased 347 Descanso from Henry Woltemath. MrS. Grayce Scheidell, new home, 211 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Selstad, 216 Whittley. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Srour, Whit- tley. Mrs.'Al Watson, 336 Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. William A. Wittman, 319 Clarissa. SENIOR OF THE WEEK Marsha Mansfield Class of 1961 Class Secretary, Sugar Loaf staff, perfect attendance, honor roll, girls league, 7th and 8th grade representa- tive, student council, thespian secretary, play production, vari- ety show, flag twirler, Christmas pageant. 316 Sumner Triple - Unit 1~1 BE, 1 BA plus Vacation Rental Permit;Unit 2~1 BR, 1 BA; Unit 3~Studio $499,000 318 Clarissa - Duplex on Rats! 2 BR, 1 BA Down. 1 BR, I BA Up. $885,900 343 Catalina- Triplex- Main Unil, 1 BE, 1 BA Vocation Rental. 2 Studios Year Round Rentals. $775,000 74 Sol Vista - Complete.ly Remodeled. 2 BR, 3.5 BA & Study. 5665,000 243 ClarJssa - 3 BR, 3 BAIower unit, 3 BR, 1 BA ~ ~."S[~Jcious Duplex on the rials! $989,000 316.5 Wldtleyf Triplex 3BD/2BA; 2BD/I BA; ] BD/I BA. Great Invest- ment Opportunity! S899,000 351 Catalina- 6 BD, 6 BA. Spanish Slyle. Large Lot. Well Maintained! $1,100,000 Bahia Vista B-32-1 Bi), 1 BA. 797 sq. ft. End Unit. 5325,000 11 Canyon Terrace- 3 BD, 2 BA. Vacation Rental! $749~000 21 Canyon Terrace- 3 BD, 1.5 BA. Remodeled{ 3 Priv. Decks! $579,000 162 Middle Terrace - 3BR, 3 BA 2 car Garage. 4 Decks. 2 Fireplaces. Apartment for Income! SI,799,000 341 Cnadno Del Monte - 4 BR, 4 BA, 4400 sf home wilh 1 BR, 1 BA income unit. S2,499,000 -211 Clarissa - Duplex Unit 1 ~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Unit 2-3 BD, 1.75 BA. Great Income Property! $1,G99,000 328 Descaaso Duplex - 3 BE/ 1.75 BA & I BE/1 BA $662,000 B34 Bahia Vista - 1 BE, 1 BA Remodeled. Furnished? $385,000 Villa 2-32 ~ 1 liD, 1 BA, Fumishd, in&des Gall Carl. Vms! $379,000 Villa 10-78 ~ 1BD, ] BA, Elevntor Access. Indudes iaed Prudx~. S299,000 227 Beacon A- Vista Glenar Condo 2 BE 2.5 BA, View. $740,000 CHECK OUT THESE GREAT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! Villa !-53 ~ 1 BD, 2 BA, Cuslom Design,Ocean Views! $550,000 Villa 4-16 ~ 1 BD, 2 BA, Pine Reflects Land Purch~. RmU~ $695,1)00 Villa 9-60 ~ Top Corner of Bldg. Immaculate, Smarl Car Ind~ S675,000 Vffla 2-47 ,- 20 slops lo properly. End Unil w/vac, rental permit. S625,000 Villa 2-27 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, Gi'eot Views of the Ocean! 5549,000 Villa 1-57- I BD, I BA w/views! Bea~ully Appointed! 5399,000 Villa 10-77 - 2 BD, 2 BA, hke includes land ~! 5524,000 Villa 17-80 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, hke Includes Land l~se! $699,900 Villa 10-66 ~ 3 BD, 3 BA. Least expensive 3 BD in tiC! $984,000 108 Viedulau - Major Price Reduction! 3 Lots Available. Priced 5639,000; $659,000 & $699,000 191 Lower Terrace - Found~on Cam- plated. Plans for 3 Levels. $799,500 333 Clarissa - $849,000 117 Vieudalau - S925,000 257 E. Whittley - 5699,000 354 Descanso - S560,000 87 Sol Vista - S305,000 226 Clarissa - $899,000 38. Ruckinghorse - $1,399,000 324 Eucalyptus - 5599,000 348 Sumner- $525,000 B46 Bahia Vista - S424,000 Hamilton Cove 3-19 - $620,000 3 Fariview Terrace - $699,000 310 Clarissa - S825,750 311 Catalina - $575,000 323 Beacon - $610,000 THE CATAUNA ISLANDER ................................................................. ~ ....................................... :F;ict~'Yi$eotember 9,2()J.~.i3