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PAGE SIX 2 ,i, J i Can TheY0Ucon, iledcatal naRecallfro,n i .ONOR .o L AHERN, JIM~II~ - i [-[l Yesterdays? A HAUL . MARTIN OBERT i ARNOI,D, PHILIP W. I Ileal I I BANKS JOHN R. BATHO', RAYMOND (e.G.) ] r~'/~ files of I "~ Islander BERMUDEZ, ALFONSO A. BERMUDEZ. LIEUT. GEORGE BERM UI)EZ, I.OUIS Ten Years A~o From The Catalina Is!ander, issue of July 25, 1935: The launch Adventuress was towed to an Avalon mooring by a Coast Guard Patrol boat, from White Rock, when it became disabled by a jammed rudder. At the Catalina Hospital, July 21, a daughter was born to Mr. wad Mrs. Al McCarte. Miss Eleanor Mattci of Fresno, Cali- fornia, and Mr. Verne Phil Simmons were united in marriagi?, the ceremony taking place at the home of her atmt, Miss Minnie Joughin. While out fishing, Waiter Harris, draftsman for the Santa Catalina Island Company, slipped on the boat deck, aud broke his right arm. Recorded were 3 marlin caught to date, and 16 tuna. Twenty Years Ago From The Catalina Ishmdcr, issue of July 22, 1925: There was a large brush fire, which started near the golf links, burning more than twelve hundred acres of brush. It took fire fighters two days to check the flames. Ralph Hueston was winner of the Diffen Golf Trophy. Emil Bernegger was runner-up. A special barge, the William Muller, was launched at Wilmington to carry silver ore from the Santa .Catalina Is- land silver mines to San Francisco. William C. DeMille took a white sea bass weighing 26 pounds. James S. McMandless and E. W. Wheeler, both of Honolulu, were Is- land guests. Twenty-Five Years Ago From The Catalina Islander, issue of J.uly 20, 1920 : On Thursday, July 15, 1920, at 2:50 p.m N. E. Powley, Division Com- mercial Superintendent of the Pacific Telegraph and Telephone Company, placed the first call from Avalofi over the wireless telephone. The ca/1 was made to William 'Wrigley, Jr in Chi- cago. Trolling from his new fifty-four foot cruiser, Goodwill, Keith Spaulding of Pasadena brought to gaff a broadbill sword~'sh w2ighing 2~q pounds. Mr. P. "V~est had again taken over the management of the Catalina Tuna Club. The Avalon Post O,ffice was placed in the list of second class postoffices. A total of 430 tuna had been taken, to date, according to the records of the Catalina Tuna Club. Thirty Year! AKo From The Catalina Islander, issue of July 20, 1915: The third Class cruiser Marblehead, Commander Bower anchored in Ava- lon Bay for a few days. The drill team of Denver Lodge, No. 17, B.P.O.E under the command of Capt. R. C. Kincade, gave an exhibition drill on the water front . The season's record black sea bass, weighing 416 pounds, was brought to gaff by K. W. Adams, of New Mexico. William Jennings Bryan and parts~ of nine were Island visitors. While fishing at the Isthmus, Miss Catherine Banning brought to gaff a yellowtail weighing 30 .pounds. The fish was being mounted by Curator Parker. ' "gataflna Island Lodge, F.i, lLm. He. 11114 State~l M~tinB first Tu~day. P Special meetings every Mon. day nifrbt. J. C. Wegmann, Master V. E. Renaud, Secretary f l BERNING, HARLEY BOMBARD, DOUGLAS BORTER. BILL BOTELLO, JOHNNY gOWIE, SAM BOWEN, CAPT. ERNIE BRIGGS, GLENN R (Navy) BROOKS, ROI]ERT (Navy) BROOKS, RUSSEI.L A. (Navy) BROWN, LIEUT. GALEN USNR BRO VN, ROBERT (Navy) BUN,TEN, RAY H. BURR'q VS, TOM (Coast Guard) BUTTS,NI~LOYD ALFRED CAMERON, LOUIS CAPLETTE, AL CARPENTER, LT. DONALD C. CARRINGTON. BANE (Army) CARSON, TACK (Navy) CARTER, IVAN CA RTER, ORMON CERVANTES, BENNIE CHELBERG, JAMES (Marines) CHETTLE, Lieut. (jg) A. B. CHURC/-I, ERNEST CHURCH, RICHARD CLYDE CLARK, FRED COFFIN, MILTON GONRAD, LARRY W. CONRAD, LIEUT. PHILIP CORMANY, JOHN COWELL, HARRISON COWELL, CAPT. L. M. CRAIN, LAWRENCE (Army) CRESSMAN, ARTHUR CRIMMINGS, MARDEN P. CUM MINGS, ARDEN DAVIDSON, EDWIN O. DAVIDSON, ROBERT DICKSON, COMDR. GEO. L. DICKSON, CAPT. HARRY H. DODGE, RAY (C.G.) DONNER, WILLIAM DOWS, JACK D. "Navy) DUGAN, LIEUT. JAMES R. DUVERNET, LT. CHARLES M. EA.DS, WILLIAM EBER, LAWRENCE E. EBER, LLOYD (Navy) EDWARDS, JOHN HENRY EHLERS. CARL FITZGERALD. WARREN E. FRANKLIN, JOHN (Navy) FROYA, JOHNNY GAGNON, FRANC1S JOSEPH GARCIA, FRANK GARCIA, JOE GARCIA, LOUIS GARDNER, DON qERARD, EDGAR GIBSON, GEORGE (Coast Guard) c'TPEON, JACK F. (Army) J { ~IER, HUNCY GILLETTE, GENE (Navy) 'MLLESPIE, LOUIS A. :.~INNETT, CHARLES D. GINNETT, CLAYTON C. GINNETT. EARL W. GONZALES, BENNY 3ONZALES, JOE MENDEZ .'~ONZALES, TONY GOSNELL, CLIFF GOULDING, JOHN ARTHUR GREENBAUM, WILLIAM(Navy) GRI~IG, BILL GREIG, TAMES W. GURA~ICH, GLORIA WAC GURASICH, LIEUT. STEVE HALL, CYRIL IRVIN HALL, MARTIN G. HAMBLEN, JEAN HANSEN, GEORGE HARRINGTON, LT. HOWARD T. HARRINGTON, LT. (j.g.) JACK F. HARR'ISON, LIEUT. EDGAR--C.G. HATHAWAY. SILAS M. HEAD, EUNICE S. (SPAR) HERNANDEZ, ANTHONY HERNAN~DEZ, MAGDALENO HERNANDEZ, MANUEL HESS, REX HEYWOOD, ALICE LEE (WAVES) HITE. ELDON E. HINES, PAUL A. jr. (Navy) HODSON. JAMES F. (Army) HOEFS, RONALD L. HOMAN, ROBERT ROMAN HUSTON. GUYON MACRAE HOWARD, JACK (Navy) HOYT, ROBERT F. IENNINGS, ROBERT IERGENS, SGT. KLAAS JOHNSON, CARL BERNARD JONES, HOMER M. (Navy) JONES, ELDON (Navy) JONES, CAPT. ROBERT LEWIS JONES, TOM B. JORDAN, JIMMY (Navy) KISSLRING, GUS KILGOUR, CAPT. STUART KILGOUR, CAPT. WILLIAM C. KNIGHT, XVALTER KOOKEN, MARTIN KOOKEN, ROBERT KOOKEN, WESLEY (Tag) KUHRTS, GEORGE LANGIN, LAURENCE (Navy) LA SHI~.I.I.E, MAIOR ART LAWRANCE, PHIL ARTHUR LENORAK, JOE LEDESMA, JOE LOPEZ, ALFONSO LOPEZ, ANGEL LOPEZ, JESS LOPEZ, MIKE LOPEZ. PASTOR LOPEZ. VERNON LOVF.IA, WILLIAM FRANK LOWELL, ELMER ELLWOOD LYTLE, LIEUT. (jg3 BOB LYTI,E. LIEUT. VICTOR C. (C. G.) MACDONELL, ALLEN A. MACHADO. FRANK MACHADO, JOE (Armv) MACHADO, ICE FLOREZ MAC RAE, GEORGE MAC RAE, ROBERT G. A.A.F. MACHADO, .RAMON FLOREZ MAPPlN, DONALD MAR1NCOVICH, JOHN MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL MARINCOVICH, NICK .M A R 1 NCOVICH.V1NCENT P. MARRION, ERNEST MAt!, K. H. (PETE) MAYA, CARI.OS MAYA, MANUEL (Navy) MAZ[7IKA, MARTIN MmCULLOUGH, REYNOLDS McKAY, JACK MeSWEENEY, JAMES M. P. MURRAY, DONALD E. "k MOELLER, MERLE MOORE, VIRDO MORICICH, HARRY MURRAY, LEO B. MURPHY, CHARLES PATRICK NELSON. ELDON S. NEVILLE, SAMUEL D. NOLL, HAROLD NO VLIN. LT. THELMA E. NUTTING, LT. (jg) FaD. B. (Navy) OHLHAUSEN, ALVIN OLSEN, WILFRED F JR. ORR. LIF, UT (jg) ROBERT OSTOICH, ANTHONY OVERHOLT, LT. MILES (Marines) PALLAS, AL PAYETTE, JEANNE R. (Waves) PERLUSS, NORMAN (Flight Officer) PETERSEN, DICK Navy PHILLIPS, JAMES POTEET, LUCEAN, JR. PRICE, LESTER PYLE, ERNEST L. (Army) RAMSEY, JIM RENTON, ARTHUR RENTON, CAPT. MALCOLM REYES, JESUS REYES. JOHN LF.NARES REYES, MIKE REYES, SALVADORE RICHARDS, MELVIN RIKALO, PETE RIKOLO, SAM RINEHART, SAMUEL RONSON, BILL ROSS, TRUXTON K (U. S. Army) ROWLEY, CLARENCE W. RUTTER, STANLEY Z. SALAMUNOVICH, PETE SCHATAN, MILTON--N.A.C. SCOTT, LIEUT. COL. BERT, JR. SHILLANDER, RICHARD SIERKS, TED (U. S. Marines) SILVA, ALVIN (Sea Bees) "A" 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. WrM. REXFORD SMITH, LIEUT. SHERMAN SMITH, SHERMAN, SR SOTO, ALFONSO M. SPRATT, RICHARD SPRECHER, RALPH G. STEVENSON, VILMA SCOTT WAC STONE, DAVID (Army) TAYLOR, GLYNN THOMPSON, CAPT. HENRY C. THE CATALINA TODD, DONALD TODD, STANLEY ) TREJO. RALPH TURNER, CAPT. NOEL UPTON, EDWIN H. UPTON, SAMMY UPTON, ROGER, JR. VAN SISTINE, PAUL VALDEZ, MANUEL HE VALENCIA, CARLOS VICKERS, JOHN L. (Navy) VICKERS, RAY VIDALICH, JOHN VINES, LIEUT. ED VINSON, CARROLL VOJKOVICH, GEORGE (c G~ ALKER, LIEUT. ARTHUK r* WAI,TON, CLAUDE (C.G.) WARNER, HAROLD WEGMANN, CAPT. HERI VEST, CHARLES A. WHELAN, PAUL (Na ,'Y WHITE, BOB WHITE, JACK LELAND WHITE, JOHN WHITE, ROLAND C. WHITE, Wm. S. U. VqHITCOMB RONNIE WILKINSON:, TOMMY WILLACY JOHN WILLIAMS, THOMAS WILLIAMSON, PAUL WILLIS. H.M. 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