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THE CATALINA ISLANIj pAG SIX ,HONOR ROLL LYTLE, ENSIGN BOB " i Can You Recall I --- LYTLE. LIEUT. 0.g.) VICTOR--. A~,alon a Honor Roll of Men and MACDONELL, ALLEN A. [ I lyesterdays? [ Women w Onr rm. Fo. MACHA O, FRANK AHERN, J,IMMIE MACHADO, JOE (Am,v) ]~am MACHADO, JOE FLOREZ ANHAULT. MARTIN ROBERT MAC RAE, GEORGE . |~.~L[J Compiled from[ ARNOLD, PHI IAP W. MACHADO, RAMON FLOREZ ! ~l~l-O files of [ BANKS, JOHN R. BATHO, RAYMOND (C.G.) MAI~INCOVICH,V1NCENT P. [ "~:~.The Catalina Islander [ MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL BERMUDEZ, ALFONSO A. Year, Ago B ER, MUDEZ, LIEUT. GEORGE MAu,MARR ION,K. H. ERNEST(PETE) From the Catalina Islander issue ofBORTER, BILL MAYA, CARLOS January, 18, 1934: BOTEIA O, J~HNNY MAYA, MANUEL (Nay);) BOWIE, SAM MAZUIKA, MARTIN American production has vir~ WiUiam Murphy Walker was elect- BOWEN, LLEUT. ERNEST L. McCULLOUGH, REYNOLDS taken Stalin's ground troops off 1~ ed president of the Ghicago Cubs Ball BRIGGS, GLENN R (Navy) McKAY, JACK ground, so to spep.k, and has put! C Club. Charles Weber was tal CUMMINGS, ARDEN RENTON, ARTHUR much as it does today. When: hers of the California and South-west- DtAVIIXqON, ROBt~RT RENTON, LIEUT. MALCOLM entered World War I, we had 3~ ern States Ice Cream Manufacturers DICKSON, LT. COMD'R. GE, O.L. REYES, JESUS trucks in America. At the sta~ Ass~ociation were,in Avalon for an out- DICKSON, LT. HARRY HODGF~ REYES. JOHN LENARES World War II we had 5,000.000. d ing. They were g'uests at the Hotel DODGE, RAY (C.G.) REYES, MIKE These facts account both forle St. Catherine. DONNER, WILLIAM ~ REYES. SALVADORE rapid movement of troops on .~ Mr. T. E. Riddle succeeded Mr. DOWS, JACK D. /Navy) RICHARDS. MEI,VIN battlefront, and the smooth flo* '~ Jones, as manager of the Standard OilDUGAN, LIEUT. JAMES R. RIKOLO, SAM war traffic here on the home fro :i DU VERNET, LT. CHARLES M. company station here. RINEHART, SAM1JEL "Uncle Ioe" Stalinknows, st Mayor and Mrs. George . Cryer, EBER, LAWRENCE E. RONSON, BILL EBER, LIOYD (Navy) ROSS, TRUXTON K (U. S. Army) of Los Angeles, were guests at the EDWARDS, JOHN HENRY RO VLEY, CLARENCE W. Hotel St. Catherine. FITZGERALD, WARREN E. RUTTER, STANLEY Z. The exterior of the Hotel Atwater GAGNON. FRANCIS JOSEPH SCHATAN, M ILTON--N.A.C. was receiving a new coat of paint. GARCIA, FRANK SCOTT, MA]. BERT, JR. W. H. Mulcahv~ was installed as GARDNER, DON SHILLANDER, RICHARD Commander of Catalina Island Post 137, GERARD, EDGAR SIERKS, TED (U. S. Marines) American Legion. GIBSON, CLYDE EARL SHINN, DONALD OIBSON, GEORGE (Coast Guard) SHONAFELT, PAUL A. (Navy) Tw~mty-five Years Ago GILDNER, HUNCY SMITH', ROY (Navy) From the Catalina Islander |,sue of GILLESPIE, IA)UIS A. SMITH, HUGH (BUDDY) January 14, 1919: GINNETT, CHARLES D. MAPPIN. DONALD The ,first albacore of the 1919 seasou GINNETT, CLAYTON C. MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL {UNNF.TT, F, AI~.L W. was taken here by Carter Phelps of GONZALES, BENNY MARINCOVICH, NICK G SMITH, LIEUT. SHERMAN Camden, Maine. The fish weighed in ~,ONZAIA':S, JOE MENDEZ SMITH, LIEUT. WM. REXFORD -~ at 24 pounds. GONZALF~, TONY SOTO, ALFONSO M. The glass .bottom boat Empress was GOULI)ING, JOHN ARTHUR SPRATT, RICHARD again in commission and making dailyGREIG, BILL SPRECHER, RALPH G. trips to the Marine Gardens and SealGREIG, lAMES W. STEVENSON, VILMA SCOTT WAC Rocks. ,~ GURA~ICH, GLORIA WAC STONE, DAVID (Army) A private class in High School stud-GURASICH, LIEUT. STEVE THOMPSON. LIEUT. HENRY C. ies was being maintained by several HALL, CYRIL IRVIN TODD, DONALD Axalon residents. Miss Bertha Jack- HAMBLEN, JEAN TREJO. RALPH son, of Glendale was engaged as teach- HANSEN, GEORGE TURNER, CAPT. NOEL HARRINGTON, HOWARD T. er. Countess Mirafiora and suite, of HARRINGTON, ENSIGN JACK F. UPToN,UPTON' SAMMyEDWIN H. Florence, Italy, were week end guests HARRISON, LIEUT. EDGAR---C.G. VAN SISTINE, PAUL at the, New Hotel Catalina. HATHAWAY, SILAS M. VALDEZ, MANUEL HERNANDEZ At the regular meeting of the (3ity HERNANDEZ. ANTHONY VALENCIA, CARLOS Board of "Frusttes, the quarterly report HERNANDEZ, MAGDALENA VICKERS, JOHN L. (Navy) of the City C-~erk showed a balance'on HERNANDEZ, MANUEL VICKERS, RAY hand of $2836.98. HESS, REX VIDALICH, JOHN Ralph Glidden was making prepara- HEYWOOD, ALICE LEE (WAV~) VINES, ED tions for a six months tourof the HODSON, JAMES F. (Army) VINSON, CARROLL Channel Islands, to collectIndiatt HOMAN, ROBERT ROMAN VOJKOVICH, GEORGE (C.G. relics. HOWARD, JACK (Navy) WALKER, ARTHUR E. -ON TO wcvo~v--- WALTON, CLAUDE (C.G.) JENNINGS, ROBERT WARNER, HAROLD [ ll4 SUM JOHNSON. CARL BERNARD ' WEGMA'NN, CAPT. HERBERT A. I' i;atallno island Lodge, F.&A.H, TONES, HOMER M. (Navy) WHELAN, PAUL (Navy) No, S24 }ONES, ELI)ON (Navy) WHITE, BOB '~ Meets every Tuesday night of each JON~,S, CAPT. ROBE'RT LEWIS WHITE, JACK LELAND : t ten ~J"~L month at 7:30 in Foresters HaIL TONES. TOM B. WHITE. TOHN i -'-- [tnde ha~ .--A]~ V,siting brethren are welcorae.JORDAN, JIMMY (Navy) W'HITE, ROLAND C. (USNR) ] AVENu[ ~i ~i!, ['~l#~ E.W. Smith, Master, K1SSLRING. GUS WH, ITE, Wm. S. U.S.N.R. ] H*rold B. Warner, Secy. KILGOUR, LIEUT. STUART WILKINSON, TOMMY KILGOUR, I,IEUT. WILLIAM C. WILLACY, JOHN t " COll?p/.t. 8FgC/( Ol~[iii:~'~ KNIGHT, WALTER WILLIAMS. THOMAS (Navy) SaddleHors Koo,:,MART, N WILLIAMSON, ^UL MER D, M.EN S KOOKEN, WESLEY (Tag) WIL~OI~I', JOHN nitla" i KUHRTS. GEORGE WOODRUFF, RAY (C. G) wearing appar mtt e,ii;s PONY CARTS FOR CHILDREN LANGIN, LAURENCE (Navy) ZELDIN, DAVE I~W, RANCE, PHIL ARTHUR ZELDIN, SIDNrEy (Army Air Corps)~ ~ Ii STABLE LOCATED LEDF~MA, .TOE LENORAK, JOE * * * T OF BIRD PARK LOPEZ, ALFONSO 4{ Killed in line of duty { ~' LOPEZ, ANGEL o,* To v,cvo~v . ROLAND THOMPSON j LOPEZ, JESS Because he was worried about the i Attort~F at IL~w Irll (;handler LOPEZ, MIKE taxes his chihlren might have to pay ] FIRST THURSDAY OF '~r ~'~' LOPEZ PASTOR in the future, Lester A. Crandall, Dai- ~ EVERY MONTH :~ ( PHONI~ 414 LOPEZ~ VERNON las, Iowa, father of eleven has return- ~ ~; LOVELL, WILLIAM FRANK ed AAA p~rity payments of $900.27 ,'.o j cit~ I.IMI [i: ~, LOWELL, ELMER ELLWOOD the Secretary of the Treasury. h "