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RESEARCHED BY CHUCK LIDDELL, COMPILED BY CATALINA ISLANDER STAFF ~~~ l~~l~] r NE+ the "F,r, eeholder's Improvement ~~ i Catatinatsland favorite color is red; Katie Ann A"enc- and turnin+ the north .... Y ReatEstate Marmcov]chm, 4, hkes to swing, end of Crescent into a port and "B & G," "Casino" shirt, Dick- slide, trees, and ocean. Her favor- a Ju ........ strip at Janu Irom Iront " oi tke #01394874 Seplember 19, 2014 ie Walker. ite color is red. Whittley to school (340 Whittley) "Chi Chi Club," 111 Sumner, "LaCantina." usedforrightofwayforpassengers presented "Hollywood Knock- outs": "Hot Oil Wrestling" and "Ladies Night Out-All Male Dance Revenue." "Foxy Trend." 'Patricia's Doll House," main- land, visited Catalina to repair lo- cal dolls. 2 Fairview Terrace, $899,000. Trent Barnes, 315 Whittley. Barbara Christine Burke-Ezell, 117 Vieudelou. Steve and Rosalind Jackson, new, 77 Playa Azul. Jeff Christiansen, new, Com- mander, "Catalina Yacht Club." Wayne Griffin, President, "Ro- tary." Tim Winslow, Mayor Pro-Tem. The "Community Church," 236 Metropole, celebrated its 100th anniversary over the same dates of dedication, July 15-Sept. 18. They invited ex-pastors and descendants to the ceremonies. Wallace Taylor Hyde (1924- Sept. 10, 1989). Jimmy Cimarust (July 91 1929- August 11, 1989). Kiona Allen, born to Greg and Keri Allen, November 16, 1989. "Avalon Mardi Gras Arcade," 601 and 225 Crescent. "Avon," Teri Plett. "Catalina Auto And Bike Rent- al," 301 Crescent. "Catalina Bible Church," 346 Cataliria. "Catalina Candy Co." 213 Cata- lina, Hal Franks. "Catalina Seniors Club" "Chameleon Boutique," Glen- more Hotel,120 Sumner. "Channel Hopper," Cabrillo Mole, dell "Channel House," 205 Cres- cent, redecorated and remodeled, with the old dance floor and stage removed and new bar and menu, in English and Japanese. Now can seat 171 guests. Metropole Market Place owners and developers, Greg and Gordon Miller. Restaurant owners, Bill and Linda Salisbury. "Community Services Office," City Park, 707 Crescent. "Cornerstone News," Dennis Holt, Youth Director, weekly col- umn, "Islander." "El Galleon Restaurant," 411 Crescent, 19th Annual "First Of The Season Lobster Party." "Harbor Commuter 10," cross channel boat, 110', 150 passengers, "California Cruisin'." "Ha Hum, Inc.," 58 Cabrillo Drive. "House Of Wood," 517-9 Cres- cent. "J & D Enterprises," 112-4 Catalina. "Katalina Kids," "Catalina Kid Ventures," Brandon Budd, likes bike riding (no training wheels), Frisbees, tennis ball; Andy Mcln- tosh, 3, likes swimming and play- ing with helicopters and balls. His "Nothin' But Fun Marine Char- ters," new, Steve Montaque. "Pancake Cottage," 118-20 Catalina, started serving "Broast- ed Chicken Dinners" and well as B. B. Q. ribs, 2-9PM, also take out. "Service By The Sea," Community Church Sunday radio broadcast. "Starlighter Social Club." Dr. and Mrs. James H. Cherry, 35, Middle Terrace. Conducted his dental practice there. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fletcher, Quail Canyon Road. Warren E. and Lucille Lamb, 125 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maur, Eucalptus. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Morand, 352 Catalina. Gene and Alice Palmer, 321 Eucalyptus. Mrs. Grayce Scheidell, 211 Clarissa. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O. Smyth, 7 Lower Terrace. Dr. Robert and Jenny Staff, new, 117 Maiden Lane, old home, Vieudelou. Artshur s. and Lucille Gertrude Terpinitz, 314 Sumner. Norman Cooper, S. C. I., Co., Security Agent. Mrs. John M. Jones, new, President, "Starlighters Social Club". Jim McKeever, lay pastor, "Bible Church," 337 Clemente. Herbert A. Wegmann, Postmaster. Freddy Martin and his band left their Casino engagement on Catalina on Sept. 17. "Don Roland And His Tunesmiths" left the "St. Catherine Hotel," Descanso Beach, after 13 week engagement. "Frank Sortino And His Orchestra" per- formed all summer on the "S. S. Catalina." A Great Blue Heron took up residency in Avalon Bay. Edmundo Gonzales, born to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Gonzales, Aug. 27, 1939. B. O. Kendall celebrated his 78th birthday. David Valles married Rosa Lopez, Aug. 23, 1939. "Avalon Archery Association," new, baseball field. Boosinger, Harry, had a barge. Frederick W. Elder, City Clerk. Islander Editorial: "Back To Bannings and Prosperity:" Two meetings with local businesses came up with the idea of keep- ing Avalon incorporated, giv- ing the Pleasure Pier back to leaving the boats. In staying incor- porated, the city has to establish a police force and work much closer with the "Freeholders," thus get- ting a better working relationship with the S. C. I., Co. The city can- not run the tourism alone. On the best summer days in 1913, there were between 8-10,000 tourists in town, In 1914, only 3,000. " ... a continual howl is made for a 'big- ger and better Avalon--without spoiling its charm.' Something has to be sacrificed to promote har- mony. The weaker factor (Avalon) must be governed by the stronger forces (S. C. I., Co.)." "Loan me four-bits, Boss!" has taken the place of the slogan, "For a bigger and cleaner Avalon." "Haggard faces the funeral march will be the Catalina 'tango' for the coming winter." What sure is more desir- able and inspiring than romping, happy children at play? Avalon has missed a great deal of that kind of pleasure this season. "This port will never be closed as long as I have anything to do with it.' exclaimed the would be city attorney. And because he spoke thusly, the Island trembled, many of our citizens grew white- haired during the night, and they dreamed of the European war as a mere fleabite to what Avalon was to be. Now isn't that too bad t Picturesque Avalon painted in the crimson--a dying warrior's blood! .... Now that the summer is over, there are two things which we can do. One is to continue our fight against the Company, and the other, for the property owners and business men to appoint a com- mittee for the purpose of settling the existing differences. "Several times they (Company) have done this, but have always been accused of ulterior motives. It is a foregone conclusion that the S. C. I. Co can operate their busi- ness without any assistance from the citizens of Avalon, but it can- not be said that the citizens can do a prosperous business without the help of the Company. "There are plans for a 10 year agreement with the S. C. I., Co. to get back to where it was before incorporation and let the Company control Avalon. "As a resort town, Avalon is distinct in itself. It has manifested some pride that it did not cater to amusements of an immoral nature, like many other beach resorts do. To maintain this distinction, all things should be operated in an uncommon manner. This in itself will be an attrac- tion to many. Our problems may be out of place in some more mod- ern social organizations, but what Avalon lacks in pomp and ceremo- ny, it more than recovers again by possessing natural attractiveness and pristine beauty." Avalon "is a municipality battered, bedraggled, and almost financially powerless. Three, four, or five years hence, history will record the fiasco." 223 Beacon Street Newly buih Contemporary Estate 6,8011SF, 2,000 SF of decks, 3BR/6BA, infinily pod, elevator, many more designer featurmJ o tat $8,38o, ooo 208 Cotdin Street Duplex. Bath un'ds are 2BR/28A. 1 block to the beoth, elf slreet parking. Olfemd at $849,000 124 Hiawalho Avenue Triplex 1,919, SF+/-, Iol size 2,058 SF+/-, a sludio aporlmo , o 1BK/1.SBA unil, a 2BR/IBA uniL Offmd at $639,000 337 mur Avmme Triplex o. o Iorge lot (2600 SF +/-) Ymlion ronlei permit in [Toni wilh repeat guam, and Iwo IBD yeer-roond reatols in kKk, plus fold "us-is'. Huge pom l tot hmne +valepmt. $1175,000 1 i Crescent Avewe 4BR, 4BA se de homo !,850 SF +/- Surreal hadlor views, ocean-Front deck, sedudnd garden polio, a,ocheci guest house. Offered at $2,200,000 119 Olive Street Incredible vimn and lots of potenlial. hih m 1921, Wood liana, Lot size 2,250 SF +1-, 45'x50' $950,000 351 Sumner Avenue odom duplex, large let 3,2335F +/-, unit 1-3BO, 2Bl and unit 2-2BD, IBA $775,000 lalda Wm A-I 2 Bl), 25 BA, 1,230 SF /. Comer unit. Vocation Rental. $42S,000 140 Hill St. 3,325 SF Hillsido bl Itillside & S335,000 320 hmer Avenue - $$49,000 Villa 1-53 - 2 61), 2 8A Completely remodeled with top of dm line md finishe . I+r viem. Comes at $6 OO0 flna ed. Ol~red af S709,0OO Viflo 2-47 1 BD, 1 8A, 840 SF+/- Offered m $650,000 maim teml Immit, re,ml him . Ore.. moy tan'y, 0ftmd at $589,000 339 Aveme - $399,OO 234 Destans, - $599,000 218 Cladssa - $529,0OO 338 Smiler Ave. - $639,000 V'n e - $285,000 345 CatalPa Ave. - $499,995 145 Ol~e St.- $359,000 HC 2.48 - $679,OO 229 A - $79 ,OO0 H( 1-67- $499,0OO Bahia Vista A-26 - $299,0OO 371 WIdHley - $999,000 HC Via 3-22 - $699,OO0 322 L Whittby - $1,395,000 151 Olive St. Lot - $419,000 - 344 C~ssa - $599,OO0 329 Los L~ Dr. - $1,100,OOO HC 4-13- $489,00O IK Vifle 17-80 - 5749,000 HC 18-72 - $1,249,000 THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, September 19, 2014 i 3