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October Researched by Chuck Liddell, Compiled by Jennifer Leonhardi 10 years ago Avalon housefly infestation ~eing studied at the landfill at Peb- bly Beach. The 2nd sock drive for the home- less was held. Fake Ads: Become a jazz musi- cian while you sleep. Past U. S. presidents will teach work- shops for the upcoming Ce- lebrity Golf T0urnament. Carlotta Montenegro Josefe (Jan. 2, 1909-Oct. 14, 2002). Falls Canyon Reservoir had 300,000 gallons. Mt~ Ada Reservoir had 200,000 gal- lons. Both salt water reser- voirs needed restoration. Grandview Of The Seas, Cruise Ship. Island Charter. Island Photo and Video,121 Metropole. Rick Miller, Massage. 25 years ago School had a new weight lifting room. John Langley celebrated his 50th birthday. William Ennis died on Oct. 5, 1987. Dr. Bob and Jenny Staff celebrated their "40th weddiIfg anni:ver- sary. Jan Staff celebrated her 39th bi~h- day Boots And Straps Boutique, 201 Crescent. Catalina Island Juggling Institute, September. Catalina Passenger Service, New- port-Avalon, first time will provide service in November, Friday-Sunday. ,~ - Catalina Stables And Ken0els, Avalon Canyon. . ~ Kelly's Condos. Mr. Mike's Restaurant, 128 Gata- lina. : Moonstone, a new glass bottom boat owned by the"S'anta Catalina Island Company, launched. Simone's Of Catalina, 115 Sum- ner. Triquorum National Housekeep- ing Apartments, 338-1/2 Eu- calyptus. Viking Charters. John Milford Jones (Dec. 23, 1904-Oct. 20, 1987). Duane and Marion Hatch moved" item Large items for disposal A B SINGING WATERS SERVING THE CHURCH, REACHING THE ISLAND 346 CATALINA AVE l'-f,:--, ' ::'- -'~ to Palm Desert. 50 years ago Casino Theatre closed Tuesday- Thursday. Polio clinic at the old library build- ing, 208 Metropole. Mickey Smith married Beverly Ir- vine, September 19, 1962, St. Catherine Church. New Ford 160 HP engine school bus. The Lion's Club honored the school teachers. Free square dancing lessons on Hospitaiity House, entrance to Steamer Pier, next to news- stand. Public meeting for planning pro- gram for city of Avalon Vickie Mead and Alice Eisenhut, new junior high Girl Scout pa- trol leaders According to Bert Scott Sr direc- tor of Civil Defense, in case of an atomic war, the entire population of Avalon would be able to be supplied with enough stored food and wa- ter in the Casino to maintain them for at least two weeks. Jim, Treva, and daughter, Linda, moved to the Island for Mr. Rae to take over the Edison operations of Avalon's utili- ties. Connally Pacific added two more barges to their already 13. They' were be 132 feet long, 46 feet wide, 12 feet deep and required 30 employees. Mrs. Jerry McDowell died Oct. 21, 1962. Mrs. Mary Smith celebrated her 86th birthday. All World Travel Service, new, betty Sheker. Arthur Meyerhoff Associates, Inc with Mrs. Shirley Kleber, will be taking over for Gene Haney. Catalina Plaza. Avalon Hospital Service League (Pink Ladies). Avalon Navigation And Island Transportation. subsidiary of Hydo Capital, could no longer bring their boats to the Plea- sure Pier until they paid off $7,400 bacE head taxes. Avalon Properties, 203 Metropole. Jack and Jerry McDowell, 312 ISI fl[IDI3R a killer way to advertise Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rutherford, 310 Whittley, moved from Catalina Street. Mr. Robert Sheker, Catalina Can- yon. Joe Arno was president of the Ro- tary Club. Mrs. Lilyan Bair was president of the Starlighters. Fran Belky was news editor of the Sugar Loaf. Glynn Covington was a master in the Masons. Capt. Phil Finie, Los Angeles Fire Department. Mrs. William Knight was a J. H. girl scout leader. 75 years ago Palms Fountain, Crescent/Cata- lina, originally Frosty's Foun- tain. Stenographer, 126 Sumner. Mrs. Charles J. Gassagne, Sumner and Beacon. Phil M. Swaffield was president of the Tuna Club. 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