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COMPILED BY CHUCK LIDDELL ~ Li 25 / ] 229Mr'Descanso.and Mrs. Gerald Osborne, CatalinaReal EstatetSland "Island Photo And Video," 125 Cindy Wood, 221 Metropole, DRELkense#01394874 "Women's Forum," through the Metropole. #18-B. November 28, 2014 10 YEARS AGO, 2004 25 YEARS AGO, 1989 Sheriff Department is putting on a "Library News," weekly column 40 hour "Domestic Violence Coun- in "Islander." selor Training." "Little Red School House," Two Hamilton Cove, 9-53, $700,000; Harbors, had 17 students. 1-56, $749,000; 3-37, $865,000;"Nutritional Counseling," 240 Descanso, $865,000. George Morris. James and Joan Darrah, 322 "One Hour Photo," 125 Metro- Catalina, purchased in 1998, built pole. in 1925 for Van Leusen, sold to "Order Of Eastern Star," #570, Kryne VandenAkken in 1959. since 1950. Kyle Marlow Eggum, 23 Pebbly "Pete's Snack Bar," 132 Sumner, Beach. was purchased by Hugh and Stacy Jane M. Feldott, 76 Camino de Carson. Flares. "Visit The West End," Banning Joseph Frankforther, 1-59 Ban- House Lodge, Two Harbors. ning. "Waffle Shop." Jim and Aisha Hoffman, 118 Dave and Peggy Brearley, Two Bonita Way. Harbors. Joseph Mendelson, 50 Gaviota. Barbara Brucker, 219 Whittley. Adolfo Padilla, 343 Tremont, Jack A. Dunn, 471/3 Las Lo- #2. mas. Yoshiko G. Weeks, 19 Cabrillo. Calvin L. and Constance Foss, Deputy John Holm is advisor for 324/6 Sunny Lane. the "Avalon Explorer" troop. There Donna Harrison, 226 Whittley. are seven members who work with Sean MacDonald, 221 Metro- the Sheriff's Department in Avalon. pole, #18-B. The members must be at least 14 Mr. and Mrs. Russell McClana- and have graduated eighth grade, han, 217 Descanso. 50 YEARS AGO, 1964 100 YEARS AGO, 1914 No golf cart thefts reported for two weeks in a row The following is the Avalon Sheriff's Station significant inci- dents report for the week of Nov. 20 to Nov. 24. "It is important to note that no assump- tion of criminal guilt or affiliation should be drawn from the con- tent of the information provided in this report. Many people who get arrested do not get con- victed or even charged with crimes for which they have been arrest- ed," said Capt. Doug Fetteroll, commander of the Station. Due to severe storms, the barge that delivered food did not come for eight days. The seaplanes helped to keep the grocery store with 3000 pounds of food. Avalon almost completely ran out of liquid petroleum gas for heating. Edison enlarged it's storage capacity of L. P. G. from 24,000 gallons to 42,000 gallons. Fr. E. H. Fitzgerald retired from the "St. Catherine Roman Catholic Church," 107 Vieudelou, and was replaced by 29 year old Fr. C. A. Kimmons, who had been ordained 4 years ago. B. E Lutimer, Justice Of The Peace. To contact Chuck Liddell, email him at chuckliddell.cata- lina@gmail.com. erty from his shed. Deputies conducted a pro- November 23 bation search at a residence on ' No significant incidents. Pebbly Beach Road after receiving reports of keys being stolen from November 24 golf carts parked on the street. An Avalon resident reported a Deputies found one set of keys in man entered her home on Clarissa the residence that were Avenue and assaulted her. stolen from a neighbor's At 5:50 p.m Juan Martinez- golf cart and returned Melendez, an Avalon resident, was them to the owner, arrested for battery. Capt. Doug Fetteroll Station commander "Joyriding" that in the month. November 21 Golf carts At 2:25 p.m a For the second week in a row, juvenile Avalon resident no golf carts were reported stolen. was arrested for the Reminder - Anyone with informa- burglary that occurred tion regarding the taking of another on November 20, 2014 person's golf cart, is encouraged to and for taking a vehi- notify the detectives at the Avalon cle without the own- Sheriff's Station. Under California er's permission, aka:Law, it is a felony to "Joyride" and occurred earlier prosecution will be sought. Crime Stoppers mailbox November 20 November 22 A Crime Stoppers mailbox An Avalon resident was cited At 5:00 p.m Jerry Tejeda, has been mounted to the wall "for operating a noisy vehicle, for M/18, an Avalon resident, was near the entrance to City Council driving a non-permitted vehicle on arrested for a burglary that Chambers. Anyone wishing to city streets, for operating a vehicle occurred on November 13, 2014 anonymously share informa- without insurance and for being an on Pebbly Beach Road, taking tion, ideas or comments with the unlicensed driver, a golf cart without the owner's Sheriff's Station, who would pre- An Avalon resident in the permission, aka: "Joyriding" that fer not to do so in person or by 400 block of Avalon Canyon Road occurred earlier in the month and phone, is encouraged to leave a reported being the victim of a for suspicion of being under the note in the box. The contents of burglary after witnessing and con- influence of a controlled sub- the box will be checked regularly fronting 1 suspect removing prop- stance, by Capt. Doug Fetteroll. i Breakfast with Santa will bevacation as the prize. Fifty tickets held at Antonio's Cabaret onare on sale for $100 each to win a Saturday, Dec. 13, beginning at week vacation in a resort. 9 a.m. There is $1,000 available to Children may sit on Santa offset airfare, etc. Claus' lap for a visit and photo The drawing wilt be held on opportunity. Dec. 13. Mrs. Claus will also be on For more information, contact hand. Pancake and juice or milk Catalina Kids Venrures directly will be provided at $5 for the at 310-510-1704 or contact Anni children. Marshall, Nickie Flynn, Elizabeth Catalina Kids Ventures is also Madden, Erin Costello, or Kathy sponsoring a raffle with a Cancun LaFleur. 206 E. Whittley Avenue Unique 5 unit complex. Inaudible ocean view 6,910 SF lot. Close to town. New rnl offmd at $2,999,000 1 208 Catalina Street Duplex. Both units ore 2BR/2BA. block to the beech, off street parking. OFfered at $849,000 337 Sumner Avenue Triplex on a large lot (1600 SF +/-) Vacation rental permit in front with repeat guests, end two IBD year-round rentals in back, plus yard. Sold "as-is'. Huge potential for Future development. $845,000 I 1 Crescent Avenue 4811, 4BA seaside home !,850 SF +]- Surreal harbor views, ocean-Front deck, secluded garden patio, afloch~ go~ house, Offered at $2,200,000 119 Olive Street Incredible views and lots oF potential, Built in 1921, Wood floors, Lot she 2,250 SF +/-, 45'x50' 595O, OOO 351 Sumner Avenue Spacious duplex, largo 10t 3,233SF +/-, unlt I-3BD, 2BA and unit 2-2BD,1BA $775,000 323 Eucalyptus Avenue Charming 2BD, I./SBA 6465F +/-, Desirable location in the "FhlsL Currently a vocation renlol. $599,500 Vigo 13-37 2 BD, 2 BA 1,660 SF+/- Two Slmy Tov des n fal ocean, hillside and cove viev 2 private bdcan & mostm suite. Toste ly lumi,& rental pecmit A must see! Offered at $810,000 Villa 6-6 1 BP, 2 BA, 1375 SF+/- Spectacular ocean views, fireplace, vaulted ceilings, gold cart and land purchase included. Comes furn' nd. Offered at $709,000 Villa 9-60 I BD, 1 8A, 900 SF+/- Ocean views, top of 9 building, 0nly 15 steps from road. Private plus linger deck, fireplace, cathedral cm'li thronghom.Comes fum' and. Offered at $565,000 Villa 2-47 1 BD, 1 BA, 840 SF+/- Turn-key, comer unit with stunning views. Open floor plan, wood burning fireplace. Vocation rental permit, indudes golf cart. Offered at $6S0,000 I ia Vista A-I 320 Simmer Arm - $549,000 2 BD, 2.5 8A, i,230 SF +/- 339 Melropole Avmme - $399,00 Corner unit. Vocation Rental. 234 Desccmo - $599,000 $425,000 218 Cladssa - $529,000 338 Smmer Ave.- $639,000 1 "READY TO BUILD" View Lot Bahia V' a B34- $285,000 Rme Opgo~nily to Own Iskmd Propertyf 345 Catdien Ave. - $499,995 Only I privately-o effordoble vocam 145 Olive St.- $359,000 por~ left reedy to b~ your island home. IK ViA 2-48- $679,00 Over extamed, omtm'tod, certifkm from soils 229 Beam A- $799,000 en~nm, utilities on property. Finoncin9 Available. HC 1-67 - $499,000 Excel~nt investment opportunity. ~ Vista A-26 - $299,000 For more iah go to: 311 Wh.dey - $999,000 w .avdonlotsfmdeJ jspot.cm IK Vih 3-22 - $899,000 140 Hill St. 3,32S SF Hillside let 322 E. Whittley - $1,395,000 Hillside & town views $335,000 ! 51 Olive St. Lot - $419,000 344 Clmissa - $599,000 329 Las Lamas D~. - $|,!00,000 HC Viga 1-53 - $699,000 HC Viga 4-13 - $489,000 124 Iflewalka - $619,900 HC Via 17-80 - 5749,000 344 Tdmm - $349,000 HC Vih 18-72 - $1,249,000 THE CATALINA ISLANDER Friday, November 28, 2014 i 5