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October 5, 2012

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October Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi 10 years ago The future of Avalon is being dis- cussed at the City Council meeting 17th Annual Catalina Annual Plein Air Show Dr. Frank Blair played music from the balcony of his home on Middle Terrace. The foundation was laid for the new City Hall and Fire Sta- tion. ABS Phoneworks, 107 Pebbly Beach Avalon, local band+' led by Joe Gray. Bay Of The Seven MOons, 205 Crescent .... ~.;. Bingo, Tremont Hall. Catalina Country Club, Sunday Champagne Brunch Catalina's Homeowner Services, 1A Falls Canyon Discovery Tours. Dockside Deli, Cabrillo Mole. Lennie Attherr, Vieudelou. Joseph L. and Ruth Martinez, D. C., 114 Marilla, #3. Bob Clark, City Manager. Rudy Haro left as manager of Edi- son Pebbly Beach plant. Pete Woolson, Assistant City Man- ager. 25 years ago Holy Hill House tour, Museum. Halloween Costume Ball, Casino Ballroom. Pebbly Beach Gas Station hours, 8:30-5 p.m, daily. Margaret Brewer Vines (Aug. 2, 1892-Sept. 22, 1987). Average Temperature, High, ~69 degrees; low, 61 degrees;Wa- ter, 68 degrees. Avalon received $604 in cigfffette taxes. ~ :-c' Frederick Joseph Ma~csr (June.a9, 1894-Oct. 5, 19870~ /. Michael Riley Bogar+it married Angela Dawn Trapp, Sept. 25, 1987, Casino Ballroom. Pete Edwards married Trecia Ben- Catalina !) I Raymond and Edith Hoyal, 314 2 Eucalyptus. nett, Buena Vista Point, Oct. Mrs. Arch Mackie, E. Avalon Ter- 10, 1987. race. BBDO. Fred J. Mayer purchased the Bea- Belsito Rendal. con/Sunny Lane property-of Boat Works, Tad Gray and Floyd Fred J. Falk. A. sands, 225 Whittley. Joseph Piacentini was governor of 410 Tremont, $445,000. the Moose. Michael Riley and Angela Dawn Mrs. Jack Turk, J. H. Girl Scout Bogard, 324 Clarissa. leader. Peter Alan and Tricia Edwards, Bruce Woods was the new princi- 239 1/2 Descanso. pal. Robert G . and Celia M. Tejeda, 224 Descanso. 75 years ago. . 50 years ago On Sept. 19, the Rotary Club pre- sented an American Flag by Congressman Alphanzo E. Bell, to be flown inside the school auditorium. It had flown over the Nation's Capi- tal. Rotary had ladies night dinner. Raymond Hoyal died Sept. 22, 1962. Chili Jones 2nd Annual Golf Tour- nament. Barbara Shaker celebrated her sec- ond birthday. William G. Orr died September; 1962. Rainfall in October: Avalon, .02, Isthmus, .42, Airport, .22. Last measurable rainfall was in March. Skin Diving Council. Steamer Pier. Top Deck, Pebbly Beach Road open to 9- to 21-year-aids. Willard Ferice Co. 334 Catalina, $200/month. - Mr. and Mrs. Rainer De'Mandil purchased 135 Olive from Bill White. Mr. and Mrs. David Felkley, 224 Whittley. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Harrison, 334 City of Avalon plannin Avalon's official centennial date is June 23, 2013. However, many of the celebration~ elements may begin in January and eXtend through the year. "'~ :" !!i Some of the celebratibn-c0In- ponents may include s~ort4ei?m events, displays, and projects .and some may be long-lasting, projects the community can be pr6ud.ofi'for decades to come. Part of the initial planning pro- cess will include forming commit- tees, choosing a theme and logo, etc. There will be various levels of commitment needed by residents, and everyone's participation will be crucial to the success of this monumental celebration. We are hoping to see involvement from the business community, all local non-profits, and interested, indi- viduals. ~' ~ ~" Please do not hesitate ~ c~h~fact me for more details or with your suggestions if you are ~nable to make it to the community brain- storming session. Fo~_ ~ore~ in- formation, call City H)tlI~at (310) 510-0220, extension 230 ~r e-mail j en @ cltyofa'{~ -+~ ~ :~ Winter sports program: bowling, pitch and putt golf, soft ball, horse shoes, golf, tennis, pad- dle tennis, badminton, ping pang, rifle shooting, bridge. Average water temperature, 67 de- grees. Karl Krueger (1882-Ocober 4, 1937). Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Tierney moved to the mainland. James J. Warnock died Oct. 4, 1937. Mrs. George Small died Oct. 5, 1937. Joseph E. Welsh (1862-October 1937). Student Body President Johnny Marincovich introduced the first pep assemblies and yell leaders. Helen Greig and Peg- gy King were the first lead- ers. Paul Edward Taylor was born on Oct. 5, 1937 to Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Taylor. Avalon received $852.19 as share of liquor licenses. Mrs. Harrington, Eucalyptus. Mrs. Karl Krueger, Maiden Lane. W. J, Laurin, 338 Descanso. John W. Lowe, 201 Crescent. Mrs. E B. LeVitt was the president of the Ladies Aid Society. ial celebration a killer way to advertise kh~ Vista C-54- 2 BD, 2 BA, $400,0a0 Vim G53 - 1 BD, I BA S3so, ooe 328 Ile~mo I~u#ex - Large roohop de~ wi~ view. 3 BD, 1.75 8A nM 1 BD, I BA, 343 Cata~- Triplex- main unil, l 8D, l BA vacafio, rental. 2 studio lear roared r~k $775,000 Beido V'eaa B-32 -1 80,1 BA 797 sq, h.~ ,nit $299,000 CHECK OUT THESE GREAT OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! Viga 2-40- 1 BD, 1 BA, indudes land purchases! $425,000 Vige 1-53 ~ 1 BD[ 2 BA, (usfom design, ocean views. $510,000 VHla 2-27 - 2 BD, 2 BA, great views of the ocean ! S549,000 Villa i-57 - 1 BI), 1 w/views! Beautifully appointed! $399,000 17-80 -- 2 BD, 2 BA, pm includes land pmSme? $699,900 Villa 4-13 ~ Bankruptq sole, subie to coua approval. 2BD, 2BA, ocean view! $489,000 _ ! S Fah'view Tin'race - $S00,000 342 s,,.,.. - $4 20 r,.~vview Terrme - $499,000 12o HiB Slreel-. ,3$O 327 13m~so ~atoge - $540,000 HC Vi~ 16 - .~99,000 HC riga 18-74 - 5749,OOO 316 Sumner - $499,000 2t 11 Clarissa- $1,299,000 52 Feirview Terrace - $499,000 339 Descamo - $579,000 162 ~ Terrace ' $999,999 217 Beaco. A - $629,000 HC Vik !-59 - $499,000 191 ~~- S7~,$00 HC ~ 2-32 - $379,OOO 227 Beacon A - $740.000 333 Clarissa - $849,000 1 ! 7 vieudulou - $925,o00 257 E. Wldldey - $699,000 87 Sol V'nta - $305,000 226 Clarlssa - $899,000 R,dC.,#,ne - SL3 .OO0 THE CATALINA ISLANDER October 5, 2012 ' 3