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Two creating list of Island natives LOCAL HISTORIAN CHUCK LIDDELL AND SANDY PUTNAM COMPILING BIRTH DATA Catalina residents Sandy Put- nam and Chuck Liddell are at- tempting to compile the first, and as complete as possible, list of all "of people born on the Island, for future activities and celebrations. If you were born in one of the hospitals, at home, on any part of the Island, or even on a boat, or know anyone who was, living or dead, they want to hear from you. They would like to know, as close- ly as possible, whenand where on the Island the birth took place and if these persons are still living, how they can be contacted. If they are deceased, when they died. Islander readers are asked to e-mail this information to catali- napottery@gmail.com. Otherwise, you may call it into Sandy at (310) "510-1283 or Chuck at (310) 510- 8401. E-mail is preferred so that they can get the information cor- rect. "Please e-mail, phone, write, smoke signal, cartier pigeon, etc., anyone and everyone who could provide them with this informa- tion," Chuck Liddell said. He said they would like to com- pile it as soon as possible. The following is the list a it stands. Chuck LiddeU, May 24, 1947 Bill Liddell, Aug. 14, 1949 Valerie Rohlick, April, 1960 Gregory Harrison, Dec., 1960 Jay Jay Gion Martin, Frank, Angie, Isabel, Mar- garita, Ruth, Lolo, Herman, Joe, Sylvester, Richard Saldana, as well as their children Marcelino Sauceda Herbert Wegrnann Nita Gurasich Mike Reyes, 1912 Mafia Hernandez, 1912 Andy Hemandez, 1915 Catherine Hernandez, 1917 Manuel Hernandez Jr., 1919 Sam Hernandez Freddie Machado Burt Lyon, Sept., 1961 John Mafincovich Pastor Lopez Jr. Ernest Irwin Turner, March 4, 1932 Violet Moricich Gerhardt Thorvald Hansen, July 22, 1932 Warren Mead Lamb, Sepember 22, 1932 Barbara Jean Shonafeit, Feb. 12, 1933 Phyllis Marie Smith, Sept., 1933 Nancy Millicent McGarel Hogg, Feb. "9, 1934 Bonnie Jean Bais, March 19, 1934 Audrey Smith, March 20, 1934 Dennis Kurt Beckeer, Sept. 19,1934 Lloyd Gilman, Nov. 21, 1934 Denice Vaid Mason, Nov. 30,1934 Robert Craig Beming, Jan. 25, 1935 Louisa Behn, 1856, first white child born on Catalina Lionel Umberto and Daniel Ru- dolph Rios, Dec. 16, 1931, first set of twins born on the Island Shannon McCarte, July 21, 1935 Henry Laws, III, July 24, 1935 Gary Dean Gomez, 1956 Kent James Terry, 1956 Ethel Rosin, 1895 Suzanne Marie Eddo, 1956 Gerald William Allen, Jan. 5, 1957 Mark Edward Losi, 1957 Robert Leslie Thomas, 1957 Robert Gary Williamson, 1957 Casey Fairbanks White, 1957 Jacqulyn Kaye White, March 2, 1957 David Edward Kerr, March 29, 1957 George Vojkovich Robin Deborah Lorenzen, May 13, 1957 Ruth Price Lytle, April 16, 1957 Bryan Joseph Burke, June 1, 1957 Joseph Valdez, June 3, 1957 Karen Rene Meadows, June 8, 1957 Ruth Catalina Hernandez, July 2, 1957 Martin Allen Sampson, "Aug. 26, 1957 Kirt Joseph Davey, Aug. 1, 1957 Troy Leonard Hite, Aug. 6, 1957 Daniel William Aldridge, Aug. 9, 1957 Debra Rose Saucedo, Aug. 30, 1957 Christopher Charles Lewis, Nov. 12, 1957 Susan Marie Rinehart, Dec. 7, 1957 Jo Anne Catherine Vojkovich, Dec. 11, 1957 Janet Lynn Cadman, Dec. 11, 1957 Scott Sanders, Jan. 3, 1958 Belinda Lee Howard, Jan. 4, 1958 Bradley Robert Mozee, Jan. 9, 1958 Corey Lynn McCullough, April 2, 1958 Michael David Arnold,April 28, 1958 Ann Made McElroy, May 18, 1958 David Michael Eddo, Nov. 8, 1958 Conrad Jesse Lopez, 1958 Catalina Machado, 1958 Jane Alison Sargent, Jan. 25, 1959 Julianna Paradisi, March 6, 1959 Daniel Vamit, March 28, 1959 Elizabeth Annette Sanders,. May 23, 1959 The Board of Directors of the . Catalina Island Medical Center Foundation cordially invites you to rven'nu Please join us in celebrating the 83rd Annual Academy Awards. Sunday, February 27, 2011,5 p.m. Catalina Island Yacht Club Our evening's entertainment will include appetizers, a silent auction, an opportunity drawing, Oscar predictions and the Academy Awards. Benefitting the Catalina Island Medical Center, Various levels of support available. If you would like to join us at An Evening With Oscar, please call Michelle Jaeger at (310) 510-0700, ext. 21. Karen Ann Bell, June 11, 1959 Dane Eric Hannum, June 14, 1959 Nancy Ann Blacklidge, June 16, 1959 Michael Jay Schmidt, June 11, 1959 Joseph Anthony Machado, Jan. 31, 1959 Celeste Lin Piacentini, Sept. 5, 1959 Stanley Edward Sampson, Oct. 7, 1959 Karen Made McMillen, Oct. 10, 1959 Kathleen Ann Vojkovich, Oct. 16, 1959 Frederick William Deacon, Nov. 16, 1959 Edward Vale Warren, Dec. 23, 1959 Gilbert David Hemandez, Dec. 30, 1959 Tony Michael MarcheUo, Jan. 18, 1960 3ulie Elizabeth Fox, Feb. 11, 1960, first baby born .in the new hos- pital Dean Christopher Venanzi, Feb. 20, 1960 Patrick Edmundo McGonigal, March 6, 1960 Walter-Charles Furrow, May 11, 1960 . '" Michael Miller, May 20, 1960 Barbara Jane Crye, May 30, 1960 Jill Denise Terry, June 3, 1960 Marison Christina Ciconni, June 9, 1960 Guy William Smith and Gregory Permit Hayes Smith, June 24, 1960, first twins born in the new hospital Cindy Lee Pinney, July 26, 1960 Kim Marie McElroy, July 23, 1960 Ronald Robert Thomas, July 31, 1960 Wendy Ann Williamson, Aug. 13, 1960 Stephen Daniel Neil, Aug. 19, 1960 Barbara Jean Sheker, Sept. 26, 1960 Sheryl.Lynn Huddleston, Oct., 18, 1960 Keith John LaMar, Oct. 23, 1960 Germaine Elizabeth Ferris, Nov. 19, 1960 Wendy Christine Huddleston, Dec. 3, 1960 Kathy Sue Small, Dec. 20, 1960 Jani Sue Eisenhut MarkA. Montano, Jan. 8, 1957 Shaun Patrick Johnson, Dec. 29, 1981 Stanley Sampson Jr., Aug. 8, 1982 Holly Anne Reder, Dec. 1, 1982 Wayne Moore, Dec. 1, 1982 Darrell Thomas McLeish, June 25, 1985 Michael David Morand, July 6, 1985 Claudia Gallard and Venessa Gal- lardo,1985, third set of twins born on Catalina Martinez Lee Machado, 1996 Jamie Bryant Schuyler, June 15, 1999 From page 1 section of the ordinance dealing with the benefits to the community addressed that. That said, he made it clear specific language could be-added to the proposed municipal code amendment. "I have no pride of ownership with this document, so we could add that," Campbell said. Council /nember Sue Rikalo said she liked the fact the amend- ment gave preference to non-prof- its over for-profits. Sub head: In other news That same night, the council: Approved on first reading an ordinance creating a policy for making reasonable accommoda- tions to the Americans with Dis- abilities Act. "A lot of cities don't have this," Campbell said. The federal law requires city governments to have and follow policies about taking reasonable steps to accommodate the needs of citizens or employees with dis- Avalon Veteran's Memorial Park PURCHASE A BRICK FOR THE MEMORIAL Contact Dave Gardner (310) 510-1484 or write: Avalon Veterans of Foreign Wars, P.O. Box 1672 Avalon, Ca 90704 abilities. ; Gave staffdirection for the Joe Machado Field Concession Stand. Chief Administrative Officer Charlie Wagner said the city had received six proposals from poten- tial vendors. However, some of the vendors had questions about other uses for the concession stand. The council directed staff to let vendors know that the city would have no problem with operating a catering service out of the conces- sion stand, but that would be the only additional use the council was interested in. Staff will bring back a recom- mendation to award a concession stand contract at the March 1 coun- cil meeting. Meeting as the Avalon Com- munity Improvement Agency, the council directed staffto 10ok at the cost of fixing units on the city's E. Whittley property. Staff will also look at the legal issues in leasing units to low or moderate income tenants. Rikalo said she favored renting the units if the agency could avoid getting stuck with the cost of relo- cating the tenants if the property is developed or sold. Councilman Michael Ponce ad- vocated developing the property for low income families. "It would be nice if we developed some- thing," Ponce said. Councilman Ralph Morrow had a different suggestion. "There's no sin in putting this up for sale," he said. 8 1 Friday, February 18, 2011 The CATAUNA ISLANDER