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Giacomi (Jack) Apice

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Apice, Giacomi. (formally changed his name to Withers, Leslie; Jack); b. April 19 (17), 1917, Newark, New Jersey; Italian American; High school education; Prior military service noted as 4 ½ years in a military academy; Single; Student, Construction worker and Truck driver; YCL 1934 and CP 1935; received passport# 28925 San Francisco series on June 1, 1937 which listed his address as 122 Palm Street, Newark, New Jersey, and 3142 ½ Fairmont Street, Los Angeles, California; Sailed June 12, 1937 aboard the Georgic; Served with the XV BDE, MacKenzie-Papineau Battalion, in training; Returned to the US on October 25, 1938 aboard the Ile de France; d. June 27, 1998 in Los Angeles, California.  

Source: Sail, SACB, Cadre, Mac-Pap, XV BDE, RA "Giocomino Apice," Fond 545, Opis 6, Delo 883, LL. 9-10; Italian, Ancestry.

 

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