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....... CAPSULE ............... ......... , [] CATALINA T ..... , . i bags of packages that arrived too ..... ' Real EsLate REAL ESTATE 10 YEARS AGO, 2004 50 YEARS AGO, 1964 Temperatures dropped to 46 de- Open House," benefiting the "Mu- seum." Ninth annual "Tour Of Lights," showed off the town in a tram ride through the streets, sponsored by the "Women's Club." The "Harbor Department" re- ceived a $100,000 grant from the "California Department Of Boat- ing And Waterways" ("Cal Boat- ing") and the "National Boating Infrastructure Grant" ("BIG"), to upgrade Avalon's fuel dock and re- place the existing dinghy dock and add a public restroom. Bill Vasconcellos secured pub- lishing contracts for two of his books, under the pen name of "Bud Maxwell; .... Cutter Hangen, U. S. Marshall" and .... High Desert Storm." Robert and Anita Rockwell re- ceived "National Board Certifica- tions" for their teaching. The "Catalina Island Conser- vancy" observed two birds never before seen on Catalina: "Island Scrub" and "Brown Creeper." Patricia Lynn Poindexter Skin- ner (December 1, 1953-December 20, 20O4). Fire devastated "Clarissa Courts," Salvado and Irma De La Rosa, Sarah Martinez, Jose and Marten Silva, and Ramon and Christine Chavoya lost their homes. "Catalina Snorkel and Scuba." grees at pre-dawn on Dec. 29. The City Of Avalon's annual payroll was going to climb from $183,521 to $197,351. "A-1 Taxi Service," 225 1/2 Crescent, providing transportation to the "Airport" for Sunday Break- fast. $1.50/round trip. "Allen's News Stand," 240 Cres- cent. "Alterations And Dress Mak- ing," 241 Descanso, Patty. "Arden Farms," 112 Clarissa. "Arno's Golf Tournament." "Avalon Liquor Store And Gifts," 112-14 Catalina, Jayne and "Jr." Johnson. "Bowling Alley," 601 Crescent, added 2 new pool tables. "Broiler, The," restaurant, 120 Sumner, "Millie's Mexican Food," Sundays." "Catalina Cleaners," 223 Metro- pole. 'Catalina Dry Goods, Co." "Catalina Islander" newspaper, 615 Crescent. "Catalina Men's Golf News," weekly column in "Islander." Guion, Joe, Post Office. "Hurricane Cove," 305 Cres- cent. "Island Gift Shop," 304 Cres- cent. "Las Casitas Garden Hotel," Tremont and Avalon Canyon, Buhrschmidts. "Loretta's Spotless Cleaners," Post Office Arcade, being sold. 100 YEARS AGO, 1914 25 YEARS AGO, 1989 75 YEARS AGO, 1939 "Avalon Community Choir," 33 singers, presented Handel's "Mes- siah" in the Casino Theatre. "Avalon Inn," 309 Beacon, was being planned to be demolished. "Burke And Burns," 314 Maril- la, art studio. "Casa Marquita Hotel" 229 Metropole being planned. "Catalina Casino Music Box," $19.95, "Evergreen Press," 215 Catalina. "Catalina Cookie Company," Metropole Market Place. "Catalina Flying Boats," 225 Metropole. "Catalina Old Broads Riding Association"/"COBRAS," Lidia Saldana, Donna Piacentini, and Lynn Burt. "City's Community Pantry?' "Disaster Preparedness Pro- gram. Sharks are not allowed to be weighed on the "Pleasure Pier." Dr. Francis P. Shepard, Scripps Institute Of Oceanography, Dr. U. S. Grant, UCLA, and R. S. Di- etz, University Of Illinois, believe that Catalina was formed during the Miocene Era, while the other Channel islands were formed dur- ing the Pleistocene Era, which makes Catalina Island 30,000,000 years older than the other Channel Islands. More sea lions at Seal Rocks than ever before; approximately 2,000. Water, 62 degrees. Mrs. Octavia Burroughs died on December 23, 1939. Herbert A. Wegmann, postmas- ter, dressed like Santa Claus, and with the help of his substitute clerk, COVBI' school, for Mexican children, 1-3 grades, was abolished due to low class sizes enrolled in school for this age group. "Arrowhead and Puritas Wa- ters,"124 Sumner, distributor, Charles Louis Crow. "Avalon Cleaners and Laundry," 115 Catalina, Sherman Smith. "Avalon Community Service Council," started in November. "Avalon Fire Department," 209 Metropole. City employees were paid $2.25/8 hour day. There are plans to establish a "wireless" connection between San Clemente Island and Avalon. "Miller And Donaldson," E. corner, Crescent/Sumner, took "Wilmington Transportation Company"/"WTCO" to court for charging too much for freight. Because of the war in Europe, many foreign residents in Avalon are no longer sending their money home, but keeping it in Avalon. The community Christmas Tree was set up in "Eagle's Hall," 125 Metropole (location of "Catalina Island Inn"), December 24, for the annual "Children's Christmas Par- ty." 24# albacore are being caught in Catalina waters. There were 6 inches of rainfall this season. To contact Chuck Liddell, e- mail him at chuckliddell.cata- lina @gmail.com. and Lasik PHOTOS for ;hes Call 714-546-2020 For a Saturday clinic Want to make history and be on the cover of The Catalina Islander?. 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