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PAGE SIX t~ ~ i HONOR ROLL ~ Can~,~M~.q~, YOU R~l AH ER N, JrlMM~ -- les e uays: ^NHAULT. MARTIN ROBER BATHO, RAYMOND (C.G.) ~r'-i'-/ files of BERMUDEZ, ALFONSO A. The Catalina Islander BERMUDEZ. LIEUT. GEORGE - BERMUDEZ, LOUIS Ten Years A~o From The Catalina Islander, issue oi August l, 1935: ~Dr. A. L. Wilkes of Los Angeles, lost his life, and his son Huston su, ffered severe exposure when their 16-foot motorboat overturned in mid-channel. ,Capt. Z~ka, of the purse seiner Excell- ent, discovered the overturned craft about eight miles from the Island, ii e two men sprawled across the hull. The tragedy occured in the darkness sev- eral hours after they left San Pedro. }Iuston was brought to the Catalina Hospital. More than an acre of ground in the Wrigley Memorial Park was being Iandscaped for a cactus garden. Cacti from all parts of Southern California's desert were to be transplanted. As a resuh of a drive against book- making and gambling in Avalon, nine men were arrested in a raid by Dep- tlty Sheriffs' Contreras and Ritten- house, Only one of the nine was an Avalon resident. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Claude Fiero. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Abbott were in San Diego attending the Southern Califor- nia Yachting Association regatta. Mrs. Ethel Lovers succeeded Mrs. C. L. Sullivan as County nurse at Ava- lon. Twenty Yeers Ago From The Catalina Islander, issue of July 29, 1925 : The Editor attended the Western l:'sy~hologial Association's fifth annual meeting held at the University of Cal- ifornia, Berkeley. Hugo Asplund, Avalon resident for many years, passed away in Los Ange- les. The remains were brought to Ava- lon for interment. The Catalina Summer School, held for the first time in Avalon, closed. Eight children attended the upper classes, and ~fifteen in the primary de- partment. William Newkirk and Mrs. E. H. Culhane of Los Angeles were married in Avalon. The "Blue Birds", seventeen of them, under the leadership of Mrs. Green, had a picnic at the Isthmus. ,It * Twenty-Five Y~s Ago From The Catalina Islander, issue of July 27, 1920 : Zane Grey captured a broadbill swordfish weighing 418-pounds. The Goodyear Pony Blimp from Los Angeles, with Field Manager Hacken- smith as pilot, paid Avalon a visit. The first ballon to cross the channel, the trip was made in less than an hour. Madam Ellen Beach Yaw and her accompanist Miss Georgiella Lay gave a concert at the amphitheatre. The Catalina Hardware was appoint- ed to sell the sporting goods manufac- tured by the Winchester Repeating Arms Co, Thirty Yeers Ago From The Islander issue of July 27, 1915 : The arrival of the blue-fin tuna caused considerable activity among an- glers. Judge York off Los Angeles, landed a 117~ pound fish. To angler Boeschen of New York fell the world's record with a 138 pound fish. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Banning were occupying their summer home at the Isthmus. gataHna Island Lodge, F.iil,t No, J:t4 Stated Muting first Tuesday. Special meetings every Mou- night. J. 12. Wegmann, Master V. E. Renaud, Secretary BERNING, HARLEY BILLINGSLY, POWELL BOMBARD, DOUGLAS BORTER, BILL BOTELLO, JOHNNY BOWIE, SAM BOWEN, CAPT. ERNIE BRIGGS, GLENN R (Navy) BROOKS, ROBERT (Navy) BROOKS, RUSSELL A. (Navy) BROWN, LIEUT. GALEN USNR BRO ~, ROBERT (Navy) BUNTEI~RAY H. BURROW~ TOM (Coast Guard) BUTTS, LLOYD ALFRED CAMERON, LOUIS CAPLETTE, AL CARPENTER, LT. DONALD C. CARRINGTON. BANE (Army) CARSON, lACK (Navy) CARTER, IVAN CARTER, OR*ION CERVANTES, BENNIE CHELBERG, JAMES (Marines) CHETTLE, Lieut. (jg) A. B. CHURCH, ERNEST CHURCH, RICHARD CLYDE CLARK, FRED COFFIN, MILTON CONRAD, LARRY W. CONRAD, LIEUT. PHILIP CORMANY, JOHN COWELL, HARRISON COWELL, CAPT. L. M. CRAIN, LAWRENCE (Army) CR ESSMAN, ARTHUR CRIMMINGS, MARDEN P. CUMMINGS, ARDEN DAVIDSON, EDWIN O. DAVIDSON, ROBF~T DICKSON, COMDR. GEO. L. DICKSON, CAPT. HARRY H. DODGE, RAY (C.G.) DONNER, WILLIAM "A" DOWS, JACK D. Navy) DUGAN, LIEUT. JAMES R. DU VERNET, LT. CHARLES M. EADS, WILLIAM EBER, LAWRENCE E. EBER, LLOYD (Navy) EDWARDS. JOHN HENRY EHLERS. CARL FITZGERALD~ WARREN E. FRANKLIN, JOHN (Navy) FROYA, JOHNNY GAGNON, FRANCIS JOSEPH GARCIA, FRANK GARCIA, JOE GARCIA, LOUIS GARDNER, DON "ERARD, EDGAR t~IBSON, GEORGE (Coast Guard) r'T PSON, JACK F. (Army) ; U D~ ER, HUNCY GILLETTE, GENE (Navy) ,JiLLESPIE, LOUIS A. '~INNETT, CHARLES .D. GINNETT, CLAYTON C. GINNETT. EARL W. GONZALES, BENNY GONZALES, JOE MENDEZ 3ONZALES, TONY GOSNELL, CLIFF GOULDING, JOHN ARTHUR GREENBAUM, WILLIAM(Navy) GREIG, 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. (i.g.) JACK F. HARR.ISON, LIEUT. EDGAR--~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. TENNINGS, ROBERT %::, ]ERGENS, SGT. KLAAS JOHNSON, CARL BERNARD JONES, HOMER M. (Navy) JONES, ELDON (Navy) JONES, CAPT. ROBERT LEWIS JONES, TOM B. ~t JORDAN, JIMMY (Navy) K1SSLRING, GUS KILGOUR, CAPT. STUART KILGOUR, CAPT. WILLIAM C. KNIGHT, WALTER KOOKEN, MARTIN KOOKEN, ROBERT KOOKEN, WESLEY (Tag) KUHRTS, GEORGE LANGIN, LAURENCE (Navy) LA SHELLE, MAJOR ART LAWRANCE, PHIL ARTHUR LENORAK, JOE LEDESMA, JOE LOPEZ, ALFONSO LOPEZ, ANGEL LOPEZ, JESS LOPEZ, MIKE LOPEZ, PASTOR LOPEZ. VERNON LOVELL, VCILLIAM FRANrK LOWELL, ELMER ELLWOOD LYTLE, LIEUT. (jg) BOB LYTLE, LIEUT. VICTOR C. (C.G.) MACDONELL, ALLEN A. MACHADO, FRANK MACHADO, JOE (Army) MACHADO, JOE FLOREZ MAC RAE, GEORGE MAC RAE, ROBERT G. A.A.F. MACHADO, RAMON FLOREZ MAPPIN, DONALD MARINCOVICH, JOHN MARINCOVICH, MICHAEL MARINCOVICH, NICK MARINCOVICH,V1NCENT P. MARR ION, ERNEST MAU. K. H. (PETE) MAYA, CARLOS MAYA, MANU~/ (Navy) MAZUIKA, MARTIN McCULLOUGH, REYNOLDS McKAY, JACK McS VEENEY, JAMES M. P. MURRAY, DONALD E. MOELLER, ~'I ERLE MOORE, VIRDO MORICICH, HARRY MURRAY, LEO B. MURPHY, CHARLES PATRICK NELSON. ELDON S. NEVILLE, SAMUEL D. NOLL, HAROLD NOWLIN. LT. THELMA E. NUTTING, LT. (jg) ED. B. (~avy) 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) PETERS EN, DICK Navy PHILLIPS, JAMES POTEET. LUCEAN, JR. PRICE, LESTER PYLE. ERNEST L. (Army) RAMSEY, JIM RENTON, ARTHUR RENTON, CAPT. MALCOLM REYES, JESUS REYES. JOHN LENARES 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. 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