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+ September Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi 10 Years Ago AOU came to Avalon. The 2nd Annual "Plein Air Ex- hibit" was held at the Catalina Island Museum. "ABS Phone Works," 107 Pebbly Beach Rd. "Catalina Cannery and Winery," 205 Crescent, #117. "Catalina Chiropractic," 331-1/2 Sumner. "Catalina Country Club." live rfiu- sic, Wednesday and Thursday, 7-10 p.m. "Christian Science Society," 209 E. Whittley. "'Long Beacfi City College" com- puter and art classes. Mrs. Anita Rockwell. "Meals On Wheels" bingo, Friday night, Tremont Hall. 25 Years Lifeguards Kevin Marble., Tony Pellicci, Erik Nelson and Kevin Winkle left the Island after the season. Val Schafer celebrated her birth- day. Avalon received a $36,000 tax rebate from State Board of_ Equalization. Baby abalone were planted at Ca- sino Point. Ida Morris (July 16. 1921-Sept. i4, 1987). "Old Timers' Awards?' Museum. The inaugural Catalina Kayak Ex- pedition held the Wilderness Wish for disabled and able- bodied children to go between the mainland and Isthmus and other coves. William James Lane died Sept. 7, 1987. American Red Cross Blood Drive. St. Catherine Parish Hall. Kurt and Ellen Becker celebrated their 58th anniversary. Gail Hodge received a plaque and Using old Falls Canyon rifle resolution from the city for 20 range. years as deputy city clerk.Don Miller. window cleaning, 215 "Avalon Historical Society," 215 Descanso. Catalina. Moose Hall moved out of the Post "Buffalo Nickel," "Fine Italian Office Arcade. Food," Pebbly Beach. "Stevenson Apartments," 207-09 "Catalina Candy Co.," Island Pla- Whittley, $100/week. za, John H. Franks. "Woman's Club" luau. "Catalina Gear," 226 Crescent. Harry William Stiritiz Jr. took "Catalina Island Gourmet: An over the accounting .practice Avalon Gift Tradition," 226of "Culver C. Rogers and As- 1/2, closed, sociates," Post Office Arcade. "Catalogue General Store," 125 Mr. and Mrs. Bill Eber moved to Metropole. _ Morro Bay. "Clarissa CourtApartments," Terri Lynne Machado, born Sep- $575/month. tember 24, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Machado. 50 Years Ago The Chamber of Commerce coor- Mr. and Mrs. James Bell moved to dinated all local events. Hemet. Mrs. Juan Martino celebrated her 75 Years Ago birthday. Female Wallace, born Sept. 16, Christopher Douglas Fox, born 1937, to Mr. and Mrs. Leroy September 16, 1962, to Mr. C. Wallace. and'Mrs. Charles Fox. William Otho Willis married Peg- Mr. and Mrs. William Bennettgy Ann Hoyt, Sept. 27, 1937. moved'to Hawaii. "Allen Apartments," Maiden All boats and vehicles to be re- Lane. moved from the Pebbly BeachCandy Store+ school. freight yard. "Catalina Motor Tours?' Oliver Stuart and Catherine Loud Jack Dawdle, Jr., swimming in- celebrated their 40th wedding structor. anniversary. "Falcon," cross channel tug. Chris McCarthy celebrated his "Gene's Photo Studio" moved next 16th birthday, to bank. The Casino Theatre was closed on "Mother" Gray, foodcatering busi- Tuesdays and Wednesdays. : ness, Crescent. John Charles Machad0 was born "Ida Court," Metropole. Sept. 19, 1962, to Mr. and "MacRae Hotel," $20/month. Mrs. Joe Machado. Nursery School, Crescent Park, There had been 53,292 visitors to Mrs. Taylor. the museum as of Sept. 16. Ridifig Academy. "Swan Apart- "The Attic," restaurant, 124 Sum- ments," $25/month rental. her. The water taxis delivered the news- Pete Beireis, Janitorial Service. papers for 10 weeks. Now the Boy Scout hut, Memorial Canyon. seaplanes delivered them. "S. S. Catalina" in dry dock. 46 E. Avalon Terrace, $35/month. "Catalina Gun Club" reorganized. 311 Eucalyptus, $25/month rental. The city of Avalon has begun the year. Some of the celebration planning its-upcoming centen- components may include short- nial celebration and is seeking the term events, displays, and projects public's input. The first of several and some may be long-lasting proj- community forums will be held at ects the community can be proud 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 25, irL the of inthe decades to come. City Council Chambers. Part of the initial planning pro- Avalon's official centennial date cess will include the forming of spe- of incorporation is June 23, 2013. cific committees, choosing a theme, However, the celebration may+be- choosing a logo and so-on. Accord- gin in January and extend thrj~gh ing to a press release issued by city officials, there will be various levels of commitment needed by residents, and everyone's participation will be crucial to the success of this monu- mental celebration. Centennial cel- ebration organizers are hoping to see involvement from businesses, non-profits and individuals. 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