Man Shoots Companion in Search for Prowler

Nancy and Sluggo in all their vintage glory.

July 19, 1943, Casualties July 19, 1943, Casualties

July 19, 1943: The Times publishes a list of casualties from the Army and Navy. Francis Joseph Montclair was a motor machinist second class and is buried in Honolulu. Lt. Cmdr. Bruce Avery Van Voorhis was posthumously awarded the Medal of Honor.

Tom Treanor, who was killed covering the liberation of France, catches up with former Dist. Atty. Buron Fitts in North Africa. 

John E. Pearce, 7311 1/2 Holmes Ave.,  is hospitalized after being mistakenly shot by his son-in-law while they were searching for a prowler.

July 18, 1943, Tom Treanor

Jul 18, 1943, Shooting

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1 Response to Man Shoots Companion in Search for Prowler

  1. Sarah says:

    According to the Social Security Death Index at, Mr. Pearce lived until 1971, so he apparently survived the accidental shooting.


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