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' Donald 'Donnie' Dunlop Former Island resident and Los " I #. Angeles County Sheriff's Depart- lP    ment Deputy Donald Dunlop died i11 I ; =    Jan. 19; 2012, at anursing facility , near his home in Vista, Calif. At his ]0  2 i    request no services will be held. Donnie was born Nov. 26, 1932, lt ll'i i* _i --S i" i " in Nanticooke. Pennsylvania to =  immigrants William and Elizabeth NIl 1  Dunlop. When he was two years a,.r i,  LI  I old he and his family moved back  to England. Early in his teens he }p- developed a passion for physical fitness. He competed for Manor |  Park High School, and in 1947 was f,l m lrt I = junior high school diving champi- 11111  Ii II/illrl   on of Oxfordshire, England. Donnie served in the U.S. Air f Force as an Airman in Ohio. Af- INTERACT CLUB OFFERS ter his service in the Air Force he moved to California where he SPAGHETTI DINNER EVENT spent the early 1"960s as a stunt- man and a stand in for such mov- The Avalon Interact Club, an The Avalon Rotary Club spun- ies as, "Spartacus" "Kid Gallahad" Avalon Rotary Club-sponsored sors the Avalon Interact Club, "Mutiny on the Bounty" and many service club for youths, presents which is one of the most signifi- more movies and television shows. "Spaghetti Night" at The Landing cant and fastest-growing programs Donnie became a Los Ange- Special Enforcement Bureau. course going to the gym. on Sunday, Jan. 29. of Rotary service. Interact involves les Deputy Sheriff in 1963, and In 1975 he moved with his wife He is survived by his wife of The dinner is a fundraiser for almost 200,000 young people in was involved in many high profile Bonnie to Avalon and became a 33 years, Bonme, son Danny, and continued relief efforts on the is- more than 10,700 clubs in 109 cases from the Watts Riots to the well-respected deputy in the cam- his two grandchildren Taylor and land nation of Haiti, still recover- countries and geographical areas. Manson Murders. He was a dis- 3nunity and was known for his Danielle. ing from a devastating earthquake Interact Clubs perform at least two tinguished member of Emergency fairness. Donnie retired from the in January of 2010. community service projects, one of Services Detail where he became Sheriff's Department in 1991. He Condolences.Lmay be sent to Dinners includespaghetti, bread which furthers international under- the first paramedic on a police and his Wife Bonnie spent their 1542 La Vine Lane, Vista, CA and salad for $10. Dessert and standing and goodwill, force in tbe United States, and time working in the garden, and of 92084. drinks are available for $1 each. Diners will have a choice of two sittings at The Landing Restaurant, Joe Voci - 55TH PTA COMMUNITY BIRTHDAY one at 5:30 p.m. or one at 7 p.m. CALENDARS AVAILABLE Dinners will also be delivered to Feb. 11, 1922  duLy 13, 2011 your home if requested. Tina and the Voci family ask that people join The Avalon PTA's 55th Annual Community Birthday Calendar is ready to Tickets for the spaghetti din- tbem to honor and celebrate the life of Joe be ordered. The Avalon PTA sponsors the fundraiser for its Sclablarship ner are available thin Interact or Voci. Memorial services will be held at 12:30 Fund. The calendar begins May 2012 and runs through April 2013. The through Island Breeze Spa and Sa- p.m., Feb. 4, at the St. Catherine of Alexandria cost is $7 per calendar and $1 per isling (birthday, anniversary, and memorials). The names on the calendar appear on our local Cable TV lon. Tickets must be purchased by Church. A reception will follow the memorial Channel. Make your list of family and friends special days and order Saturday, Jan. 28 at 5 p.m. ' at the "M" Restaurant. ...... **; your calendar. Order Forms will be sent home from school this week and are available in the Post Office Arcade and VONS Market Bulletin Boards. Fill out and return the Order Forms to the School or Mail to: Avalon PTA, P.O. Box 1673, Avalon, CA 90/04. The deadline to Order (I]III]S[I4 (310)is FridaY,510-0790.Feb. 3. For more information, call Erica Minuto at the school Founded in 1913 by Ernest nale t.triive ..,IHNt Vince Bodiford  Jean vlnce@cinews.us Edit. Dennis Kaiser Earline ed@cinews.us Office Manager Jennifer Leonhardi manager@cinews.us . CPR & FIRST AID CLASS A--umt,. Judy Murray Williams judy@localnewspapers.org Wednesday February 8. 2012, 5:00 PM at the Avalon Fire Department &alvtllsi $40 for both. Cards are now good for 2 years. No reservations DISPLAY I CLASSIFIEDS OBITUARIES required, just show up. Questions? Call: Captain Michael Alegria 310- manager@cinews.us 510-0203 ext. 335 Jean Earline Williams, a life- long resident of the South Bay, passed away on Fhursday, Jan. 12, -.:- 101 MARILLA #6 AVALON, CA Published in the Catalina Islander Jan 27 and Feb 3 2012. 2012. Born in Los Angeles. Jean ": 907041(310) ,J.IMLd)O was 90 when she died. ii! ii FAX: (310) 510-2882 She was the granddaughter of -  Postmaster: Send address changes to I William Wolfer I printing pioneer, The Catalina Islander and daughter (f Earl Williams, "c P.O. Box 428. Avalon, CA 90704 trombone make]! Jean was a mem- ber of the Cente( for Spiritual Liv- ing Church of Religious Science .AOUNES Camarilla, Calif.; cousin George Calendar: Noon Monday ] News: 5 p.m, Monday [ Display Adver- tising: 2 p.m. Tuesday. ClaSSified Advertising: Noon Tuesday Dold, of Avalon; eight grandchil- Legal/Public Notices: 5 p.m. Monday - of Redondo Beach. She played the dren and six great grandchildren. suasca,FrmNs ukulele and was a talented knitter. She was preceded in death by Send to manae@cinews.us One Year Subscd ...... Throughout her life. Jean en- her parents, Earl and Marcella Wil- Catalina ............................................ $39 ,,n,od ............................................ s joyed waterskiing, snow skiing, liams; and her husband of 66 years, Subscript ....... First Class Mail ...... ilable for $80/year golfing, playing beach volleyball at Eugene Williams. eR=,*o, of c....ut, co,po,o.. Manhattan Beach and traveling the In lieu of flowers, donations CATALINA ISLANDER (USP8093-140) Acceptance under 39C. world. One of her favorite places to may be made to the Catalina IS- F.R. 3464 poriodicals postage paid at Avalon. CA-90704 and go was Catalina Island.dean is sur- land Conservancy, P.O. Box 2739, other additional offices. Ad/udication Decree No. 377598. Date of Adjudication: Oct. 4 1934 Exact N .... f Nso.oer., vived by her son Eugene Williams Avalon, CA 90704, www.catalina- shown in the Petition for Adjudication: The Catalina Islander. o,, we,,y a, o Mar, A,,oe, #6 aoo. c of Hermosa Beach; daughter Gall conservancy.org. Please go to Rice 90704, The entire contents of The Catalina Islander are Cow- inrightedany fashionbY The withoutCatalinawdttenlSlander'consentN partof maYthe publisher.be reproducedThis (John) Kelly of Redondo Beach; Moltuary's website, Www.LAfu- blieati ...... nted almost entirely on recycled paper, daughter, Becky (Marc) Wery of neral.com to send the family mes- PROUD MEMBER OF THE CALIFORNIA NEWSPAPER Canton, Ga.; sister, Doris Tutor of sages and to share memories. PUBLISHERS ASSOCIATION 21 Friday, January 27, 2012 THE CATAUNA ISLANDER