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RESEARCHED BY CHUCK LIDDELL, COMPILED BY CATALINA ISLANDER STAFF 10 YEARS AGO, 2004 75 YEARS AGO, 1939 4th Annual "Catalina Plein Air" painting exhibit at "Museum." Stan Rousso (August 31, 1917- October 5, 2004). Jack E. Hardcastle (1913-Octo- ber 23, 2004). "BOOST, .... Bringing Out Our Students' Talents," sponsored by the "Catalina Island Education Consortium," for those learning English and those with low test scores. Program also taught about the natural history of Catalina. "Catalina Island," Jeannine L. Pedersen's new book, part of "Ar- cadia Publishing, Co." "Image Of America," series. "Catalina Island Gun Club," Bird Park Gun Range, annual "Tur- key Shoot." "Catalina Island Medical Cen- ter," new, originally "Avalon Mu- nicipal Hospital," a few months ago. Construction is beginning on a new center with signs made up by Charlie and Claudia Canby. The Center took part in a state-wide big-terrorism drill, November 18. The "California Emergency Medi- cal Service Authority" coordinated the drill. "Gaudet Insurance Agency," 724 Crescent, #2, Jim Pyke, 100 YEARS AGO, 1914 25 YEARS AGO, 1989 ..... 'Senior Of'The Week: Colleen Rosado, born August 16, 1972, Milford, MA, came to Catalina at 2, likes hiking, camping, and soft- ball, and plans to travel and then attend college. Norbert Reyes, born in Avalon on December 20, 1971. He likes golf, riding bikes, tennis, golf, driving cars, and hanging out with friends. In past three years he has trained the basketball teams, is "Student Body President," and "Member of Board of Directors of the Chamber of Commerce." He likes the peace and quiet of the interior. He wants to go to a four year college and run for a state of- fice to represent Avalon. Avalon students in 3rd, 6th, and 8th grades scored higher than the state wide average in 7 of the 10 categories tested, according to the "California Assessment Program." "Atlantis Submarine," "Sub- marine Tours, Inc." Jan Hardy, planned. "Avalon Christian School," "Bi- ble Church," 346 Catalina, "Walk- A-Than" raised $4500. 50 YEARS AGO 1964 "Catalina Music Center," new, 203 Metropole, Manny San Miguel. "Flash," laundry, new, P. O. Ar- cade. "Knights Of Columbus" put on first "Halloween Dance" at the "St. Catherine Hotel," Descanso Beach, for teens. Local group, "Fugitives," made up of Danny Plett, Anthony Garcia, Curt Montaque, and Rich- ard Champion, under the instruc- tion of Manual San Miguel. "Lei Aloha's," 211 Crescent. "Order Of Eastern Star," Casino Conference Room. As Philip Knight Wrigley had completely turned the look of Cres- cent Avenue around by focusing on "Spanish Architecture," Mr. Ralph Bandini, noted author and sports- man and scion of one of the oldest aristocratic families in California, congratulated Mr. Wrigley on his foresight in laying the foundation to recapture the priceless heritage that is California, which has al- ready been lost in many parts of the mainland. Mr. Bandini, in part, said, "The color and beauty of Early California, its radiance and atmo- sphere which brought the East and Mid-West to its golden shores has been lost by the cities and indus- tries that sprang up through the mi- gration. And there is nothing much that can be done about it. Here at Santa Catalina, with the founda- tion that Mr. Wrigley already has laid, you can go ahead and rebuild the true California, it's romance, it's customs, and traditions. Before long, Catalina will be CALIFOR- NIA. Can you visualize what this will mean as a perpetual tourist at- traction and shrine at which Cali- fornians themselves may worship, where they may again relive their golden days of yesteryear?." "Grill Cat6," 307 Crescent, Joe Cameron, had a complete turkey dinner for $1.00. Otto Guidinger, electrician, "Santa Catalina Island Company." "John E Mathewson Boat Shop," top of Whittley, was building a boat for Capt. Charles Fisher. A. A. Carracher, Trustee Presi- dent, resigned over his demand to fire City Attorney, Frederick Baker, which failed. Trusee Merkley, the President Pro-Tem replaced him. To contact Chuck Liddell, e- mail him at chuckliddell.cata- lina@gmail.com. % I i [ ,.: ................................................. ' COMMUNiTY MOVIE NIGHT ~re$eTlt5 an Academy Award-winning dassic starring none other than...CATALINA ISLAND! ++ +** + + + # + +** + ++* + # +* , Overlook Hall Thursday5 November 20, 2014 7:00 pm Tickets: $15/person or $24/couple Tickets available at the Chamber window RF f J:~,-, q ,,.. a,qd Real Estate ORE tkeme # 01394.874 November 14, 2014 223 Beacu Street Newly bus Contemporary Estate 6,800 SF, 2,000 SF a! decks, 3B / OA, infinity pool, elevaloc, many more designer |eeturefl O ed m 58,38O,0OO 1 208 Catalix Street Duplex. Both units ere 2BR/2BA. block to the beach, off street parking+ Offered m 5849,000 337 Sam, at Avee Tri x on o large lot (2 00 +/4 Vaml mid prmil in hm rqml guests, and lwo I BD yam-round rentok in back, plus yard. Sold "es-is'. Huge potential for lufare development. $845,OO0 119 Olive Street I edlble views and lots d potential luifl in 1921, Wood floors, Lot size 2,250 SF +/-, 45'x50' $95O, OOO 351 Stager Avmm Spacious duphx, Iorp lot 3,233SF +]; unit 1-3BD, 2BA end unit 2.2BD, IBA $775,000 323 tus Avenue Chormino 2BD, 1.75BA 646SF +/-, Desirable Italian in the Currently a vocntiun rental. $599,500 hide ~sta A-I 2 BD, 25 BA, 1,230 SF /- Corner unit. Vocation Rontei, S42S,OOO HC Vih 1-53- .$699,000 124 Hiowallm - $619,900 344 TCmo - 349,000 32o Smmr Avem - SS4e, O0O 339 Metrapde Avmme - $399,00 234 Der mso - $599,000 218 $S29,000 338 SmMer Ave. - $639,000 V'n-ta - $285,000 345 C~ldiM Ave. - $499,995 145 O ve St. - $359,000 2-48- $679,00 229 lleo on A - 5799,000 Vik 1-67- 9199,000 Bdda Vista A-26 - 5299,000 371 Whitdey- 5999,000 HC Via 3-22- $899,000 322 E. Whflthy - SI,395,000 !$1 Olive St. Lot - $419,000 344 Ckmsa - $599,000 329 Los Lores Dr. - $1,100,000 HC V"du 4-13 - $489,000 Via 17-80 - 5749,000 HI: Villa 18-72 - $1,249,000 THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, November "14, 2014 i 3