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New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 7, 1987, Santa Fe, New Mexico THE NEW MEXICAN Santa Fe Saturday November 7 1987 El Diario SATURDAY NOVEMBER 7 1987 POLICE NOTES From police and sheriff reports Jewelry valued at a concho bell valued at and about in coins were stolen Thursday from a home in Nambe A purse was snatched Thursday from a woman in the 100 block of Calle Medico A man exposed himself to two girls near the arroyo south of Llano Library Thursday Someone kicked down the door of a home in the 1400 block of Camino Corrales Thursday taking an RCA color television valued at a Toshiba VCR valued at a Sanyo VCR valued at a York cassette player valued at a Yamaha Portasound keyboard valued at and a jewelry box with jewelry valued Someone kicked down a door of a home in the 1300 block of Maclovia Thursday taking a black and white television that was later found in the back yard Four semiprecious stones includ ing three lapis lazuiis and a tourma line were taken Wednesday from a 1987 Toyota in the 600 block of Camino de la Luz The stones had a total value of A 1972 Chrysler Newport reported missing since Jan 21 was recovered Thursday in the 300 block of East Alameda Someone broke a window of a home Thursday in the 500 block of Alto ransacking the house and taking a jfewelry box valued at a gold and diamond ring valued at eight garnets valued at two gold chains valued at and a broken pearl necklace valued at Someone broke the window Thurs day of a 1981 Honda in the parking lot of the First Christian Church 645 Webber taking a purse containing credit cards checkbook keys identifi cation and cosmetics A tourist from Texas reported a gold and diamond ring valued at missing from her room at The Budget Inn 725 Cerrillos Road Thursday Someone took out of the cash box Thursday at Ferrelgas 1300 Cer rillos Road Someone took a Rockwell Power Planer valued at from a 1977 Chevrolet pickup Thursday in front of the Green Onion 1851 St Michaels Dr Someone took a portable color television valued at from a residence Thursday in the 3200 block of Rufina A mans brother tried to run him over with a 1970 Chevrolet Camaro Sunday in the 1200 block of Maez A collie with a value of was taken Thursday from the 800 block of Fayette Someone broke into a home in the 2200 block of Portavela Thursday taking a semiautomatic handgun val ued at a semiautomatic rifle valued at an antique rifle valued at a 35mm Canon with a 50mm lens valued at a Canon zoom lens valued at a Mitsubishi VCR a blanket valued at a necklace valued at a pillow case valued at and a Mauser antique rifle valued lu Someone took a 35mm Kodak a K Mart camera four rolls film and a case of Toyota oil filters from a 1983 Toyota parked in the 2900 block of Plaza Blanta on Sept 30 or Sept 31 Three juveniles threw eggs at a home in the 1700 block of Paseo de la Conquistadora Thursday Items with a total value of were taken Thursday from five trail ers parked in the 2000 block of Cerrillos Someone took a Homelite chainsaw valued at Wednesday or Thursday from a home in the 1600 block of Agua Fria Someone took a Craftsman toolbox with tools valued at Thursday from a 1986 Chevrolet pickup parked in the 200 block of Irvine A Majestic stereo seven cassettes a vinyl purse identification and mace with a total value of were taken Thursday from a 1980 Honda parked in the 1500 block of Paseo de la Conquis tadora Someone used an invalid Sunwest Visa credit card Aug 14 to charge worth of furniture at Alternative Sleep Center 1305 Cerrillos Road A pair of leather gloves and a defroster flashlight with a total value of were taken Thursday from a 1971 Chevrolet pickup parked in the 1800 block of Paseo de la Conquista dora Two coyote pelts with a value of were taken Thursday from a home in the 400 block of La Joya A leather purse containing credit cards identification cash and a checkbook with a total value of was taken from a 1985 Cadillac El Dorado in the 100 block of Gonzalez Two antique books with a value of were taken from a home in the 500 block of Armijo sometime be tween May 22 and Aug 12 A blender with a value of a food processor with a value of a bed frame with a value of an antique Singer sewing machine with a value of seven pairs of Chinese slippers with a value of linens with a value of were taken Oct 25 from a home in the 500 block of Armijo About was taken Thursday from the 1800 block of Otowi A bike with a value of was taken Thursday from a home in the 1800 block of Hano A Sony stereo 20 cassette tapes and a pair of sunglasses valued at were taken Thursday from a 1986 Nissan in the 100 block of Bob A tourist from Texas reported that a suitcase containing clothing with a total value of was taken Oct 24 from her trailer parked in front of The Lamplighter Motel 2405 Cerrillos Road A 1977 Datsun pickup was taken Wednesday from the parking lot of Villa Linda Mall 4250 Cerrillos Road SANTA FE TODAY SAFETY HEALTH AND CHIL DREN workshops for those who care for children parents childcare work ers teachers babysitters paraprofes sional school and medical personnel etc First aid for infants and young children child abuse disease control with infants childhood diseases food activities and programs and more Registration 6625919 by Nov 2 HARVEST DANCE 9 Elks Lodge Music by Phil Trujillo Trio at the door or from members To benefit Catholic Daughters of the Americas Filia Higgins 9828989 COMPUTER NOVICE WORK SHOPS 10 Saturdays and 79 Tuesdays Software Works 417 E Palace Ave Free 9825108 Potpourria Fun Inexpensive Gift with Aromatherapist Susan Bedi 10 Herbs 319 Aztec Free 9821265 WINE TASTING to benefit public television station KNMETV Channel 5 La Fonda Hotel Tickets members nonmem bers 2772121 TEMPLE BETH SHALOM Gala fund raiser 8 205 E Barcelona Monte Carlo Night Food 9821376 CONFERENCE for parents of special education children Focus on positive communication between par ents of special education children and New Mexico schools 9 Unitarian Church 1738 N Sage Los Alamos Free includes lunch Regis tration by Nov 6 6629610 6721208 6729263 SKI SWAP new and used equip ment sold 9 today and 9 Nov 8 Sweeney Center Admission 50 cents Proceeds benefit Santa Fe Ski Team 9831600 SIERRA CLUB OUTING strenuous hike 8 La Luz Trail 9843177 hike up Alamo Cyn 6622185 ARTISTS ADVOCACY COMMIT TEE meets 3 Center for Contem porary Arts Speaker Thomas Goetzl on the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1987 Donation 9897478 OLDFASHIONED MATANZA 11 Downs of Santa Fe Barbecue and refreshments Santa Fe Democrats and public employees hon or Democratic Legislators Adults seniors kids under 12 free JUST SAY NO CLUB for ages 714 Adult and teen leaders needed Spon sored by Santa Fe Chemical People and Tough Love 4735860 FITNESS WALKING CLUB meets 7 Saturdays Fort Marcy Com plex One hour racewalking tones strengthens and is gentle on joints 4711277 9837982 MARRIAGES The following people have applied for marriage licenses in Santa Fe County Unless noted they are Santa Fe Bret Paulk 28 and Wendy Davis 27 both of Tucson Ramon Juan Cardiel 24 and Debbie Lucille Griego 24 Donald M Duncan 31 and Biree Christine 25 M Blandin Jones 72 and Nancy L 56 both of Houston Raul Antonio Gilbreath 22 of El Paso and Wanda Marie Garcia 26 of Fairview James Yarbrough 52 and Linda GoodeCoppler 45 Elleston Trevor 67 of Fountain Hills and Chaille Ann Groom 42 of Scottsdale Ariz Lawrence Lovato 28 and Gloria E Martinez Lovato 26 Timothy Costello 26 and Donna J Chavez 25 Gary Gurule 32 and Janet C Martinez 27 Sean Pat McKim 22 and Juella Montano 19 John Biethan 35 and Marilyn Kay Hager 34 John Fennell 45 and Nancy L Masters 43 Lonnie Edward Lusby 31 and Elizabeth A Crook 35 both of Spear man Texas Juan Rodriguez 20 and Lillian Duran 36 both of Llano Phillip J Gotten 25 and Nancy C Reyner 30 Peter George 36 and Julie Butler 30 Gerald D Maytea 34 and Kathe rine OConnor 24 both of Edgewood Steve Andersen 32 and Mary L Zech 40 Ismael Cordova 52 and Kandy Cordova 51 both of Bel en Kenneth Schulthers 30 and Carolyn Roberts Zehrung 21 Daniel Joseph Maestas 19 and Mesna Zarecor Delgado 19 both of Espanola Davis J Orton 29 and Kimberly Kaye Gibbs 27 75 YEARS AGO From The New Mexican Nov 7 1912 The model of la one of Santa Fes ancient landmarks which every tourist asks to see has been completed for the NewOld Santa Fe Exhibition The model is made of Plaster of Paris and shows the histori cal custom house and guard CITY NUMBERS Here are some frequently used telephone numbers for the city of Santa Fe and its agencies EMERGENCIES 911 FIRE 9846570 POLICE 4735000 PARKING DIVISION 9846581 SEWAGE DIVISION 4711558 TRASH PICKUP 4737203 UTILITY BILLS 9846551 BUILDING PERMITS 9846646 ANIMAL CONTROL 9846775 MAIN LIBRARY 9846780 LA FARGE LIBRARY 9846796 RECREATION 9846860 PARKS 4737236 COMPLAINTS 9846515 INFORMATION 9846500 CLARIFICATIONS The New Mexican will correct factu al errors in its news stories Errors should be brought to the attention of the city editor at 9833303 Santa Fe outlook Today Variable cloudiness chance of rain or snow High mid50s low mid20s Sunrise sunset Tomorrow Mostly sunny normal temperatures High low 60s low mid30s Sunrise sunset Monday Fair skies normal temperatures High mid60s low near 40 Sunrise sunset Tuesday Increasing cloudiness chance showers High mid60s low near 40 Sunrise sunset Wednesday Scattered showers cooler temperatures High near 60 low mid30s Sunrise sunset National forecast For B today so Regional forecast For 6 today Travelers outlook New Mexico outlook A few showers will linger in the Northcentral and Northeast portions of the state today with mostly sunny skies in the south and west Temperatures will be cooler today and clearing and colder tonight Skies should be mostly sunny Sunday Highs today will be in the upper 40s and 50s for the mountains and northwest with 60s in the lower elevations east andjsouth New Mexico temperatures Cold Stationary National outlook Widespread rain was forecast from the central Rockies across the central Plains and from the middle and lower Missouri Valley into the southern Plains widely scattered showers and thunderstorms in southern Florida and scattered snow across parts of Michigan and northern Maine Highs will be in the 30s and 40s from the upper Mississippi Valley across the Great Lakes into New England in the upper 20s across northern Maine in the 70s from southern California into the desert Southwest across southern Texas and southern Florida and in the 50s or 60s across most of the rest of the nation Fridays highs lows and prec AJamogordo 73 55 28 Albuquerque 65 49 t Angel Fire 46 35 19 Carlsbad 70 53 05 Chama 47 35 25 Ctoudcroft 53 40 33 Clovis 65 47 12 Deming 72 46 06 Espanola 60 47 11 Farmington 55 43 67 Gallup 52 42 60 Hobbs 65 50 01 Las Vegas 53 40 72 Los Alamos 54 43 07 Quemado 54 33 15 Raton 59 42 12 Red River 55 22 25 Roswell 70 42 00 Ruidoso 62 42 00 Silver City 61 42 14 Socorro 68 50 16 Taos 51 44 03 Truth or Consequences 68 48 44 Tucumcari 67 52 11 Yesterday Hi Lo Prc Hi Amarillo Anchorage Atlanta AtlanticCity Austin Baltimore Billings Birmingham Bismarck Boise Boston Burlington VI Cheyenne Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland v DallasFtWorth Dayton Denver DesMoines Detroit ElPaso Fairbanks Fargo Flagstaff GrandRapids GreatFalls Hartford Helena Honolulu Jacksonville Juneau KansasCity Houston Indianapolis LasVegas LittleRock LosAngeles Louisville Lubbock Memphis MiamiBeach MidlandOdessa Milwaukee MplsStPaul Nashville NewOrleans NewYorfcCity OklahomaCity Omaha Orlando Philadelphia Phoenix Providence Raleigh RapidCity Reno Richmond Sacramento StLouis SaltLakeCity SanAntonio SanDiego SanFrancisco Seattle SimjxFalls Spokane Syracuse TampaStPtrsba Topeka Tucson Tulsa 40 65 36 66 49 82 52 65 66 54 58 34 a 24 16 34 61 52 62 57 53 52 a 64 28 01 37 73 48 61 58 45 56 07 70 25 48 m 44 45 65 58 41 58 73 02 73 68 46 64 82 53 58 49 25 65 67 38 67 64 25 64 44 34 27 73 44 69 37 85 56 63 36 70 38 52 19 60 41 68 36 63 81 52 64 30 75 40 67 34 49 30 57 27 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Lt Col Harry J Harding Former Santa Fe resident Lt Col Harry J Harding of Kerr ville Texas died Oct 30 Mr Harding had been a resi dent of Santa Fe for 14 years before moving to Kerrville in February He is survived by his wife Earlyn B Harding a sister Elise Hendricks of La Jolla a son Harry J Harding Jr of San Antonio a daughter Sandra Juillard of Santa Fe and three grandchildren Private services were held Demetrio Ortiz Demetrio Dean Ortiz 53 of Santa Fe died Tuesday at his home A Mass will be celebrat ed at 2 and will be followed by burial with full military honors in Santa Fe National Cemetery Mr Ortiz was born July 5 1934 in Pecos He retired from the Air Force in 1974 worked in real estate in California and moved back to Santa Fe five years ago and worked in vari ous jobs here He was a member of the VFW Knights of Colum bus and was a fisherman and bowler He is survived by his wife Socorro P Ortiz of Santa Fe a son Joel Ortiz of Sacramento a daughter Patricia Oden of Santa Fe four sisters Carmen Padilla Gloria Flores Rose Almanzar and Bernie Leh men all of Santa Fe three brothers Frank Ortiz Donaci ano Ortiz and Phillip Ortiz ah1 of Santa Fe and two grandchil dren Lutie Ray Lutie Ray 83 of Santa Fe died Nov 4 at St Vincent Hospital She was born Decem ber 10 1904 in Melbourne Texas Mrs Ray is survived by her husband Earl Beard her sons Joe Beard of Farmington and Neil Beard of Santa Fe four grandchildren six greatgrand children and sister Mary Beck of Harbor City Calif Services were held at McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary on Friday Nov 6 Elsewhere Charles Heistand LANCASTER Pa AP Charles M Heistand a retired national leader of the Boy Scouts of America died Friday He was 90 Heistand joined the scouts in 1910 the year the organization was founded in the United States and retired 52 years later as assistant chief scout executive with the National Council He started as a scout master in Oil City then West Chester and then the borough of Queens After holding re gional positions in New York and New Jersey Heistand joined the national council in 1951 Through scouting Hei stand met Presidents Franklin D Roosevelt Dwight D Eisen hower John F Kennedy and Richard M Nixon Evangeline Atwood ANCHORAGE Alaska AP Evangeline Atwood an au thor and historian died Thurs day of cancer at age 81 Mrs Atwood graduated from the University of Chicago and worked in the late 1920s as a social worker in Chicago and Springfield 111 The wife of newspaper publisher Bob At wood she did a variety of community service work in ad dition to her writing Among other things Mrs Atwood wrote a book about the Matanuska Valley colonization project in 1935 two histories of Anchorage and a biography of territorial judge James Wickersham She was named historian of the year by the Cook Inlet Historical Society in 1975 Ross Barnett JACKSON Miss AP Ross Bar nett a for mer gover nor whose lastditch stand for segregation made Missis sippi a civil rights battleBARNETT field 25 years ago died Friday at age 89 Barnett catapulted into the national spotlight in 1962 when he sought to bar a black man James Meredith from entering the University of Mississippi under a federal court order Barnett returned to his pri vate law practice after his 1960 64 term as governor Funeral notices Information in the funeral notices is paid advertising To place a funeral notice call 9824451 PFLUEGER HANSEL L Ser vices will be held today Saturday at 2 at the First Presbyterian Church in Santa Fe Burial will follow at Memorial Gardens Ar rangesment are under the direction of McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary Si Crematory A Golden Rule Funeral Home ANNIVERSARY MASS The family of ROMAN GARCIA SR wish to invite all friends and rela tives to an Anniversary Mass on Sunday November 8th at St Annes Church CHAVEZ Luisa Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated this morn ing at at St Annes Church with interment to follow in Rosario Cemetery Arrangements are through Berardinelli Mortuary MAYER Margaret B Memorial services will be held on Saturday November 7 1987 at at McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary Officiating will be Pastor Joel Bardwell of the Evangelical Free Church of White Rock Family has requested in lieu of flowers dona tions be made to a charity of your own choice Arrangements are un der thedirection of McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary Crematory A Golden Rule Funeral Home ULIBARRI Leopoldo 55 A resi dent of La Puebla passed away Thursday at St Vincent Hospital following a short illness He was preceded in death by his wife the late Cordelia Ulibarri on Surviving him are two daughters Dolores Ulibarri and Gloria and Cecil Vigil of La Puebla a brother Johnny Valdez and wife Consuelo of Santa Fe aunts and uncles Frank and Isabel Ulibarri Senaida and wife Juan Lopez of Tierra Amarilla and Miguel Ulibarri of Utah motherinlaw Dolores Martinez of La Puebla brothers and sistersin law Delia and Rumaldo Lujan of El Guache Juan and Sadie Mar tinez Tony and Kalhy Martinez Betty and Tony Read all of Colora do Beranbe and Shirley Martinez of Chama Frances and Roberto Mar tinez Marcella Martinez Richard and Evelyn all of La Puebla and Arnold and Navora Martinez of Tierra Amarilla and many other relatives Funeral services will be held at this morning from the Holy Cross Church in Santa Cruz with Reverend Father Luis Picazo celebrating the Mass of Christian Burial Interment will follow in the Church Cemetery in La Puebla BlockSalazar Mortuary 8 DAY MASS An 8 Day Mass will be celebrated Saturday November 7 at at San Isidro Church The family of LARRY SKEETER GONZALES would like to gratefully acknowl edge the many people of Santa Fe Agua Fria Village and out of town for your many kind words and acts of love expressed to our family upon the death of our beloved Skeeter We wish to express our sincere gratitude to those who provided music for the rosary and mass and for the floral offerings monetary guts food and cards brought to our home We wish to express special thanks to Father Pretto for the beautiful mass and spiritual sup port Thank You and God Bless You The Gonzales Family Ar rangements are under the direction of McGee Memorial Chapel Mortuary CrematoryA Golden Rule Funeral Home 1399Lulsa Phone 9831331 Santa Fes leader in furienl service
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