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eAC six THE CATALINA 15 I t HONOR ROLL LANGIN, LAURENCE (Navy) LAW,RANCE, PHIL ARTHUR Can You:Recall AHERN, J,IMMI-E- - LENORAK, JOE esterdays? ANHALILT. MARTIN ROBERT LOPEZ, ALFONSO ARNOLD, t H'I1AP W. LOPEZ, ANGEL LINW R ! Compiled from BATHOI RAYMOND (C.G.) LOPEZ, JESS LOPEZ, MIKE ! ~l--/ml-"l-J files of BERMUDEZ, LIEUT. GEORGE OPEZ, VERNON ~~ The Catalina Islander BERMUDEZ, ALFONSO A. LOPEZ, PASTOR BORT FAC BILl,* BOTF~LO, JOHNNY Ten y~tra Ago BOWIE, SAM From the Catalina "Islander, issue BOWEN, LIEUT. ERNEST L May 17, 1934: BRIGGS, GLENN R (Navy) Irving Aaronson and his famous BROOKS, ROBERT (Navy) Conamanders arrived for a seven week BROOKS, RUSSELL A. (Navy) engagement at the Casino Ball room. BROWN, LIEUT. GALEN USNR Thenightly dance program was broad- BROWN, ROBERT (Navy) east over the Pacific Coast Network. BUNTEN, RAY H. With Early Galiforni~ as a theme, BURROV S, TOM (Coast Guard) Cresceht avenue was transformed. TheBUTTS, LLOYD ALFRED board walk was removed. Hugh olive CAMERON, LOUIS and palm trees were planted. A plaza, CAkPLETTE, AL wlth a large fountain, was designed at the entrance of the steamer piey. Miss Enid Price ~nd Leonard A. Carter were united in marriage. The ceremony took place aboard the S. S. Catalina. Charles S. Carpenter, Avalon High School student, was the recipient of a Freshman Honor Scholarship from Occidental College. Agnes Conrad was '~titor-in-Chief of tlle High School Sugar I~a~f page. Twenty Years ~go From the Catalina~ Islander issue of May 14, 1924: The Catalina Jaunting Car company was making daily trips to the Isthnms. The new glass botfoni boat 'Princess' had just arrived in Avalon Bay. A. C. Burns, aviator, was preparing ~o start his flying trips for the summer. Ed Abbott was secretary-treasurer of the Catalina Yacht Club. The cement" foundations were laid for Capt. Glaude~ Walton's new home on East Whitley avenue. ; The total rainPMl of the season to date was 4. 89 inches. Only 132 Avalot~. voters cast their ballots in the presidental primary el- ection. 11 ,11 * , ' TweuLv-five Years Ago From the Catalina Islander issue of May 13, 1919: The local movie theatre was re-nam- ed "The, Strand.'~ :Two 'n.ew ~picture' machines were installed, and pictures were shown every ojght. The "Avalon Dug Out", an organi- zation for Allied World War Veterans, was organized. 'Capt. A. B. Wadding- ham was presidenti x,V. T. Hagadorn, :vice-president, and L. D. Becktel, secretary. ' - Tuna ~lub. prizes offered' for the season of 1919 were published. Trolliflg from the launch Adelaide, Charlie C~haplin landed a sixteen pound bonita, the largest of the season. The Los Angeles Motor Car Dealers were here for their first Annual High Jinks. About three hundred persons were in the party. CARI~NTER, LT. DONALD C. CARR]'~GTON, BANE (Army) CARTERNVAN CARTER, O'RMON CERVANTES, BENNIE CHELBERG, JAMES (Marines) CA-IU RC/-I, ERNEST CHURCH, RICHARD CLYDE CLARK, FRED COFFIN, MILTON CONRAD, LARRY W. CONRAD, LIEUT. PHILIP CORMANY, JOHN COWELL, HARRISON COWELL, HARVEY COWELL, CAPT. L. M. C R A I N, I,AWRENCE (Army) CRESSMAN, ARTHUR CUMMINGS, ARDEN DAVIDSON, ROBERT DICKSON, LT. COMD'R. GEO. L. DICKSON, LT. HARRY HODGES DODGE, RAY (C.G.) DONNER, WILLIAM * DOWS. JACK D. rNavv) DUGAN, LIEUT. JAMES R. DUVERNET, LT. CHARLES M. EBER, LAWRENCE E. EBER, LIOYD (Navy) EDWARDS, JOHN HENRY FITZGERALD. WARREN E. I~RANKLIN, JOHN (Navy) FROYA, JOHNNY GAGNON FRANCIS JOSEPH GARCIA, FRANK GARCIA, JOE GARCIA, LOUIS. GAI~DNER, DON GERARD, EDGAR GIBSON, CLYDE EARL OIBSON, GEORGE (Coast Guard) GILDNER, HUNCY GILLESPIE, LOUIS A. GINNETT, CHARLES D. GINNETT, CLAYTON C. GINNETT, EARL W. GONZALES, BENNY ,qONZAI, ES, JOE MENDEZ 3ONZALES, TONY GOSNELL, CLIFF GOULDING, JOHN ARTHUR GREIG, BILL GREIG, ]'AMES W. GURASAICH, GLORIA WAC GURASICH, LIEUT. STEVE HALL, CYRIL IRVIN HALL, MARTIN G. LOVh~LL, WILLIAM FRANK LOWELL, ELMER ELLWOOD LYTLE, ENSIGN BOB LYTLE. LIEUT. (j.g.) VICTOR MACDONELL, ALLEN A. MACHADO, FRANK MACftADO, JOE (Army) MACHADO, JOE FLOREZ MAC RAE, GEORGE MACHADO, RAMON FLOREZ MAPP1N, DONALD MARINCOVICH, JOHNN~ (Navy) MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL MARINCOVICH, NICK MA RINCOVICH,VINCENT P. MARR ION, ERNEST MAU, K. H. (PETE) MAYA, CARLOS MAYA, MANUEL (Navy) MAZUIKA. MARTIN McCULLOUGH, REYNOLDS McKAY, JACK MURRAY, DONALD E. MOI:IA,ER, MERLE MOORE, VIRDO MORICICH, HARRY MURRAY, LEO B. MUI~PHY, CHARLES PATRICK NELSON. !,~LI)ON S. NEVILLE, SAMUEL D. NOLL. HAROLD NUTTING, LT. (jg) ED. B. (Navy) OHLHAUSEN, ALVIN OLSEN, WILFRED F JR. ORR, I,IEUT (jg) ROBERT OVERHOLT, LT. MILES (Marines) PALLAS, AL PERLUSS, NORMAN PHILLIPS, JAMES POTEET, LUCEAN, J,R. PRICE, LESTER PYLE. ERNEST L. (Army) RAM.SEY, JIM RENTON, ARTHUR RENTON, LIEUT. MALCOLM REYES, JESUS REY ES.JOHN LENARES REYES, MIKE REYES, SALVADORE RICHARDS. MELVIN RIKOLO, SAM RINEHART, SAMUEL RONSON, BILL ROSS, TRUXTON K (U. S. Army) ROWLEY, CLARENCE W. RUTTER, STANLEY Z. SCHATAN, MILTON--N.A.C. SCOTT, MAJ. BERT, JR. SH'ILLANDER, RICHARD SIERKS, TED (U. S. Marines) SILVA, ALVIN (Sea Bees) ~r SHINN, DONALD SHONAFELT, PAUL A. (Navy) SMITH, B.O. Navy SMITH, CHET Army SMITH, GENE SMITH, LESTER Jr. Navy SMITH, ROY (Navy) SMITH, HUGH (BUDDY) SMITH, LIEUT. SHERMAN SMITH. LIEUT. WM. REXFORD 4c SOTO, ALFONSO M. - -o, To V,cro,v * HAMBLEN, JEAN Windle's History of Catalina con-HANSEN. GEORGE SPRATT, RICHARD rains many old-time ph~tagr,tigas and HARRINGTON, HOWARD T. SPRECHER, RALPH G. a map of Santa Catalina. Order your HARRINGTON, ENSIGN JACK F. STEVENSON, VILMA SCOTT WAC copy today. HARR'ISON, LIEUT. EDGAR--CG. STONE. DAVID (Army) " HATHAWAY. SILAS M. TAYLOR, GLYNN ~|SUU'-*-"- ~a~ tl~e, ['~tLHEAT), EUNICE S. (SPAR) HERNANI)EZ, ANTHONY No, 1~4 HI,',RNANIDIEZ, MAGDALE.NO ~ ~o~ "t".m~da~ nl~t ol ea ~HERNANDEZ, M~ANUF-,L month at 7:$0 ill l~oresterl Hall, HE~S, REX P V!slting brethren are wel omL HEYWOOD, ALICE LEE (WAVF~) E. W. Smith. ll.~t~. HINES. PAUL A. jr. (Navy) Harold B. Warner, 8ecy, I STABLE LOCATI OF BIRD PARK ,Chandler PHONE 4U4 - ,11 HODSON, JAMES F. (Army) HOMAN, ROBERT ROMAN HI!STON. GUYON MACRAE HOWARD, JACK (Navy) IoNENNINGS, ROBERT VICKERS, RAY OHNSON, CARL BERNARD VIDALICH, JOHN ES, HOMER M. (Navy) VINES, ED ONES, EI.23ON ( avy) VINSON, CARROLL JONES, CAPT. ROBERT VOJ OVICH, GEORGE ( GL TONES. TOM B. WALKER, ARTHUR E. JKORDAN, JIMMY (Navy) ISSLRING. GUS KILGOUR, CAPT. STUART KILOY, JR, LIEUT. KNIGHT, WALTER KOOKEN, M~RTIN KOOKEN, ROBERT KOOKEN, WESLEY (T~0 KUHRTS, GEORGE THOMPSON, LIEUT. HENRY C TODD, DONALD TREJO. RALPH TURNER, CAPT. NOF~I, UPTON, EDWIN H. UPTON, SAMMY UPTON, ROGER, JR. VAN SISTINE, PAUL VALDEZ. MANUEL HERNANDF Z VALENCIA, CARLOS VICKERS, JOHN L (Navy) WALTON, CLAUDE (C.G.) WARNER, HAROLD (Navy) WEGMANN, CAPT. HERBERT A. WHELAN, PAUL (Navy) WHITE, BOB WHITE, JACK LRLAND WHITE, JOHN WHITB, ROLAND C. (U~NI~ ? W-I-~ITE, Wm. S. U.S.N. ! WILKINSON, TOMMY WILLA{2Y, JOHN wn LLIAMS: THOMAS WlLLIAMSON, PAUL WILLIS. H.M. (Coast WILSON, JOHN WOODRUFF, RAY (C. G.) ZELDIN, DAVE ZELDIN, SIDNEY (Army Air ~I" Killed in 17n; o; duty FORMER STATE SENATOR ENDORSES WARE Workers for Wallace L. candidate for District Los Angeles County, this doubled their efforts to have elected at the May 16 primaries.; WALLACE L. WARE tn the event ~bat none of the dates in the three-cornered the District Attorneyship majority of votes required tion at the primaries, Ware, porters predict, will be top man run-off. Meanwhile, Ware's urging the electorate to go to on May 16th in an effort to a heavy vote. The drive of Wallace Ware, State Railroad 'Commissioner, once Assistant District Sonoma County, was given petus last week by the of Ware's candidacy by Pedro:ti, former State now President of the can Progressive League. The entire membership of t! gue, through its secretary, Motta, assured Mr. Ware are happy and proud to you have received our u dorsement." Arthur F. Bonzer, prominent Beach ei.tizen, in a radio over Station KGER, against the ambition of the incumbent district ta himself in the Distriet Bonzer declared that the ment of the incumbent by of the County Board of. was "a political deal smoke-filled back room." ON TO VICTORY~ .Airplane equipment is virtually for extensive s, cientific unknown regions, says the Museum. of Natural History. lit Ik * Arsenals and Federal the United States are rated cap producing only 10 per cent of materials for an emergency, 90 per cent would have to be by civilian plants. During the first three World War II, American dustries produced of warplanes, engines and as compared with one-e~l amount in the previous 10 year~. . lit If you lose your temper it is that you have wrong on your ---Chinese