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o 10 Years Ago "Buffalo in Paradise" 25 art re- productions were raffled off in the Casino Ballroom and raised over $25,000 for local charities. "Harvest Fair," Interpretive Center. Alison and Geoff Rusack pledged $100,000 for new~pool, with $55,000 matching grant. The Conservancy released 8 ju- venile foxes that were born in cap- tivity March and April. Long Beach City College of- fered ~70 on-line classes. "St. Catherine Of Alexandria Catholic Church" celebrated it's 100th anniversary and the 400th anniversary of the first recorded mass on the Island in 1602. Dar Brown was. the new pub- lisher of the Catalina Islander. Krista Steuter was the clinic manager. Sgt. Roger Zombeck was acting Station commander. ~ FEATURED PROPERTY ~ 318 Clarissa Duplex, 2 BR, I BA down 1 BR, 1BA upper ~ with vacation rental permit. $795,000 25 Years Ago The 3rd Annual Triathalon drew 400 participants. Dennis Reitinger sued the city for $1.6 million for defamation of character and restricting his doing business on the Island. The city denied it. "Tin Star Show," presented Western Dance, starring "The Avalon Gang," Casino Ballroom. Lion's Club put on "Night At The Races," St. Catherine Parish Hall. Jessie McClanahan celebrated her 95th birthday. "Avalon Awareness Council," anti-alcohol and drug abuse. , "Avalon Office Services," 127 Clarissa. "Awana Boys and Girls Clubs," Kindergarten to 6th-grade. "Ballroom Dance Classes," Tremont Hall. "Exercise Class," Tuesday and Wednesday, Parish Hall, "St. Catherine Church." "Fine Line Construction," 239 1/2 Descanso. "Harbor Grill," 309-313 Cres- cent, all you can eat, Sundays. Peter Alan Edwards, 239 1/2 Descanso. 50 Years Ago "Southern California Edison" took over the utilities of Catalina on Nov. 29, 1962, at 10 p.m., re- placing "Avalon Public Service, Co." which was established in 1956. Moved over to Island 21 em- ployees. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson moved to Grants Pass, Ore. Harry Smith Alleff (1893-Oct. 27; 1962). Robert Anthony Gomez, born Oct. 27, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gomez. Stanley Magargee, Sr~ died Oct. 27, 1962. First quail hunting after three year layoff. Eights birds a day limit. Also goat and boar hunting. Guides provided. Ernest A. Rolison (1888-No- vember, 1962). J. J. Poindexter celebrated his 7th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Robinson moved to Grants Pass, Ore. Mrs. Marjorie Velde conducted oil portrait classes in old judge's chambers at 213 Metropole. Ellen Laura Baldings, born No- vember 15, 1962, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Westerlund (1910-Novem- ber 23, 1962). "Airport' installed picnic area, bbqs, tables and umbrellas, play- ground, horse shoes, and shuffle board. "Arc ode B arbershop." "Catalina island Sailing Club," took an 8' Sabot around the Island. was run by Chris Wenger and Karl Koehler. "Ten Pin Snack Bar," "Avalon Lanes," new. John C. Mock was a new wor- thy patron of the Masons. 75 Years Ago DRE Ucense#O1394874 ~]~ November 2, 2012 229 Beacon A- 2 BR, 2.5 BA temhome, 1,409 SF+/- full man ~ie,~, re~l permit. S799,000 351 Catalina- 6 BD, 6 Bk Spanish style on the flats. Large lot. Well maintained! $899,000 46 Upper Terrace- Duplex plus guest house. ~proximatdy 3700 ~. ft. Average temperature, high, 65 of living space. Incredibh harbor and ocean CHECK OUT THESE GREAT degrees; low, 52, degrees; water, viewsffom all units. Docks, storage, OWNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES! 65 degrees, workshopand much more. Call for I~'ke! Villa !-53 ~ 1 BDi 2 BA, custom November rain, .02 inches. No- gal~ Vista C-54- 2 BD, 2 BA, design, ocean views..$475,000 vember 1936, 1.')0 inches. Avalon fully h~rnisl~ed. $400,000 I/ilia 2-40 ~ 1 BD, 1 BA, includes had experienced the driest season, Bahia Visla A-8- Bright I BD, 1 B~, furnished land purchases! $425,000 July-October, since records were &gdftm~ofs~spoce. first kept in 1909. Low p . S289,000 Villa 2-27 ~ 2 BD, 2 BA, great Last marlin caught for the sea-351 St rmr-Sl i sdu x, views of the ocean! $549,000 son. Iot 3,233 SF +/-, unit 1 3BD, 2B~ and Mr. and Mrs. Churchill moved unit 22 O,1 t S 7S,0O0Villa i:57 ~ 1w/views! to Long Beach. hhl. sta C-S3- l #, Beautifully appointed! S399,000 Mr. and Mrs. William G. Orr with pool view. $350,000 moved to Los Angeles. "Hines Grocery." 343 C~tahm- Triplex- main unit, 1 BO, Villa ! 7-80 - 2 BD, 2 BA, "Home Dining Room," 111 1 BA vacation renlal. 2 studio ~r includes land I~m~al $699,900 Clarissa. round realals. S775,000 Villa 4-i 3 ~ Bankruptcy sole, "Red Cross," 203 members, $1 khi~ Vista 11-32- 1BD, IliA to join. 797 sq. ft. End unit. S299,000 subjed to court approval. 2BD, 2BA, 313 Sumner, $25/month; 326 oceonview!S489,000 Bahia Vista B-34- Completely C, East Whittley, $18, $20, $25/ romedeledl BD, I.SBA.~- month. Vacation permit induded. Mrs. George Chambers, Sum- Financing is available. S385,000 29 Sol Vista - .$399,000 Martin Balding. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Abney mar- ried on November 14, 1962. Catherine Ponce celebrated her first birthday. Stenten Wilcox celebrated his 2nd birthday. ner. Howard Burleson Was managei: Bahia Vista A-I - 2 BD, 2.5 BA, " Cornet onil, vacolion rental. $425,000 ofSafeway. = : : : " 310 {]mute. 2 BO/2 BA Study, R. C. El]ison po~t:~ommander~ B~&~902$F+/-~99,0OO American Legion. ; ;~ t 19 ~:, S~ :intredible;i.l ~t~in Ralph M. Heywood was chair" 1921. Lafsize 2,250Sl:.+/-,iot45,x$l~, $850,00C man of the Scouts. ! 320EmlyplmAve.3B~2BA, de&,bedqmd~, Rev. Robert Mac L. Key was ' audyl,161SF+/.dn~kfm~/hoc~.$499,000 pastor of the Episcopal Church. &~ Sm~r- 3 B~, 2.5 B~, vat,~ r~ml, 15 Fairview Terrace.- $500,000 342 Sumner - $479,000 20 FaErview Terrace - $499,000 ! 20 Frdl Sweet - $639,350 327 Clarissa Cottage - $540,000 HC ~ 16 - $499,000 HC V'd~a 18-74 - $749,000 316 Summer - $499,000 Rewards pro- gram will adver- tise businesses at Conservancy venues STAFF REPORT The Catalina Island Conservan- cy has announced its new market- ing and membership Partnership with Avalon businesses through the new Avalon Business Partners Rewards Program. Avalon businesses have provid- ed discounts to Conservancy mem- bers for many years, and members have sought out their exclusive ser~ vices when visiting the Island. In addition to reaching the membership base of the Conser- vancy, Avalon Business Partners will have the added benefit of pro- moting their business to the larger public of day-trippers, weekend hikers, and Catalina Island regu- lars alike. How it works: business and it's special offer that month (one or two listings per year) through a scannable QR code on the Conservancy's new Eco-Map of Catalina and directory posters at our venues. "Avalon Rewards Program" window stickers will be supplied to you for use at your storefront to catch the eye of new visitors. Conservancy flyers and event posters will be regularly distrib- uted to partners as well. To cover all Conservancy visitors, your business's special offer can also be heard on the Conservancy's phone tree during your promotional months. It will also be sent in our e-blast of Island events and offers that goes out to a self-subscribed list of people inter- ested in the activities of the Con- servancy. Members will also know of your general annual offer to mem- bers through the Conservancy website. To join or discuss the details of your annual and seasonal offer please contact the Conservancy. both committed and new Avalon businesses that have over the years added to the Island experience of the Conservancy's members and Island visitors. 1,%gllD6R a killer way to advertise 21 ! (Imism - $1,299,000 Wrigley Terrace Lots - Build your 52 Fairview Terrace - $499,000 dream hmne on 1 ~{ 6 lots available! $950,000 to $1,200,000 339 Desmnso - $579,000 Olive Street View Lots ~ 162 ~ Terrace - $999,999 Rare Opgorlunityto Ovm Islend ffogoay! These 4 217 Benton A - $629,000 Privntely-Ovmed affordable vacent-parcels are ready to build your island home. Over excavated, decempaded, HC Via !-$9.- $499,000 certificate from soils engineer, utilities on property. 191 Lower Terrace - $799,500 financing Available. Excellent Investorout Opportunity. For more info go to v^vw avaloulot~mle:bfugspat com HC Via 2-32 - $319,000 15101iveSL 3,7405F Horbor &tovm~m, wsS469,000 155:01k~t 3,2~SF llmbor &townviewsS449000 227 Beaco~ A -S740,000 -14501iveSt. 3,1855FIt~Udelnt itmb~&lovmviem S~,~0 333 Qarism -.$849,000 1401tgSt 3,3255F Hikidela It~&townviews 117 Vieuddou - 5925,000 "- - ~ : 257 L Whittley - $699,000 87 Sol Vista - $305,OOO 328 Destanea Duplex. Large rooftop deck with view. 3 BI), 1.75 BA and 1 BD, I BA. 226 13adssa - $899,000 S599,000 38 R~se - $1,399,000 ..... ~ ~ ~ ~-~ ~.~ ~.~ i i The program advertises your We look forward to working with ...................................................................................................................... ~ ~...~. .............. ~ ...... ~ .:..7 .................................. _" ................................................ THE CATALINA ISLANDER November 2, 2012 ~, 3