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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - April 3, 1996, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                B2 THE NEW MEXICAN Wednesday April 3 1996 EL DIARIO SANTA FE WEATHER TODAY CLOUDY WITH AFTERNOON SHOWERS THURSDAY CLOUDY WITH POSSIBLE SHOWERS FRIDAY PARTLY CLOUDY Wednesday April 3 forccsU fcr daytime conditions and high cempeniures Temperatures Temperatures and precipi tation are for the 24hour period that ended at 4 yesterday Sttowtrs rsaynn Fluries tern Sunny Pi Gcucfy Cloudy Yesterday Santa Fe AJamogordo Aibuquerque Carlsbad Chama Clayton Cloudcroft Clovis Fanmington Gallup Hobos Las Cruces Los Alamos Portales Raton Red River Rosweli Ruidoso Silver City Socorro HI Lo Pet 73 37 00 80 47 74 49 82 43 62 21 78 43 61 35 82 42 73 39 69 28 80 43 83 49 65 39 81 46 71 27 56 33 80 44 70 28 72 42 82 00 Ir 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 tr 00 00 02 tr 00 00 00 FORECASTS Northcentral mountains Today through Thursday mostly cloudy and cooler a chance of afternoon and evening showers or thunderstorms Los Alamos near 60 low 30s Taos up per 50s upper 20s Santa Fe mid60s low 30s Middle and Lower Rio Grande valley Today through Thursday party cloudy and cooler windy Albuquerque near 70 near 4O Socorro mid70s mid 305 Upper Rio Grande valley Today through Thursday partly cloudy and cooler Espanola mid60s near 30 cloudy west Cooler A chance of show ers and thunderstorms north and east Saturday variable cloudiness east and partly cloudy west A chance of show ers southeast Sunday partly cloudy A chance of showers central mountains SUN TODAY Rise Set TOMORROW Rise Set MOON New Mexico extended Friday mostly cloudy east Partly quarter Full quarter New April 25 April 4 April 10 April 17 The AccuWeather forecast for noon today Bands separate high temperature zones for the day 40s COLD WARM STATIONARY O 1995 AccuWeather Inc Pntsvn H L HIGH LOW SWkVERS RUN TSTQFIUS FLURWES SHOW tCE SUWY PT CLOUDY CLOUDY NATIONAL HIGHLIGHTS Indicate pnMoa days Nth and overnight tow to G MOT Anchorage Ashen te Adams 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approached her Monday while she was stopped in her car According to police when one of the men pulled out a gun the woman drove away running over the mans feet A residence in the 100 block of North Mateo Circle burglarized between and 9 uesday The thief gained entry by kicking open the kitchen door and stole Charles Garcia 31 was arrested Tuesday on a warrant on charges of failure to appear jand failure to pay fines Three juveniles were arrested Thursday on charges Stage ALONG THE SANTA FE TRAIL Dinner theater comedy musical revue 7 Santa Fe Music Hall 10O N Guadalupe 9833311 for reservations Billboard IAIA CREATIVE WRITING PROGRAM READING By Brian Lush Yankton Sioux 7 Benildus 212 College of Santa Fe 1600 St Michaels free GALLERY TALK On The Edwin J Bewley Jr Collection by Robert Ewing Museum of Fine Arts Plaza by museum admission Of The Corsair Years by Andy Jones Old Santa Fe Trail Bookstore POLlCt NOTIiS of being in possession of marijuana A woman residing in the 2700 block of Sycamore Loop reported Monday her exboyfriend sexually assaulted her after she refused to have sex with him According to the report the exboyfriend became angry and demanded sex after the victim told him she was leaving him for another woman A man reported to police that he was sexually assaulted after he fell asleep while in conversation with another man on Cuemo de Vaca Drive According to the report when he awoke the man was fondling him Jesse Delgado 29 was arrested Thursday on charges of false imprisonment and aggravated battery on a household member A burglar stole two bicycles from a residence in the ENTERTAINMENT Coffeehouse 613 OW Santa Fe Trail free CONTACT IMPROVISATION Santa Fe Dance Foundation 1504 Cerrillos Road free information 9829220 ACOUSTIC MUSIC JAM Sing play or listen 7 Book Mountain Bookstore 2101 Cemllos Road free Clubs and organizations INSTITUTE OF NOETIC SCIENCES Speaker is Toni Luisa Rivera on The Rubenfeld Synergy 142 Daniel 7 All welcome 9897601 WOMENS WEDNESDAY NIGHT GATHERING 6 4388503 NETWORKING WOMEN Meet to exchange information ideas and referrals informally Bring 3200 block of El Trebol Court between and 3 and Monday A burglar stole a 30inch television and VCR from a residence in the 800 block of Fayette Street between and Monday A residence in the 400 block of Camino Cabra was broken into between 10 and 9 Monday The burglar stole a VCR and removed a 27inch television which was left outside the house A burglar stole a VCR and television from a home in the 800 block of West Alameda between and Monday A1990 Pontiac Sunbird was stolen from the First Interstate Bank parking garage 150 Washington between Sunday and Monday business cards flyers and brochures Unitarian Church meets every second Tuesday of month Al welcome 9839217 NORTHERN NEW MEXICO QUILTERS GUILD Weekly stitchins are held Wednesday Pasatiempo Senior Center All interested are welcome 4661654 or 9828104 SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION Santa Fe chapter meets Peppers Restaurant every second Wednesday of the month noon Public invited 4712221 OVER FORTIES SINGLES CLUB Develop friendships through shared activities 7 4667888 SANTA FE CIVJTAN CLUB Mollys Restaurant noon Meets weekly at noon except the third Wednesday and first Wednesday meets at 6 4732267 Federal judge Tribes need not show documents By KAREN PETERSON The New Mexican A federal magistrate ruled sion Tuesday that New Mexico tribes in a lawsuit over the legality of casino gambling wont have to produce documents outlining tribal representatives discus sions with state and federal offi cials Magistrate William Deaton ruled that the documents including minutes of tribal coun cil meetings are privileged Attorney John Kellys of fice had no comment on the deci BERNARD H MARKS Bernard H Marks 78 passed away March 27 1996 He was a former resident of Houston TX where he lived for 30 years He has lived in Santa Fe the past 14 years Mr Marks married Frances Marks May She preceded him in death March He sewed in the Navy as 2nd Lieutenant during WWII He graduated from University of Texas with a De gree in Engineering in 1941 He subse quently attended Cal Tech during his Naval service He was a longtime executive with Pangbom Corporation before his retire ment in 1981 Mr Marks belonged to SCORE New comers of Santa Fe and was a Past Pa tron of School of American Research in Santa Fe Survivors are one son Jeff H Marks of Yukon daughter Dianne Harris of Houston TX brother Theodore N Marks of Texarkana TX grandchildren Chelsea Jeffrey and Corie Marks of Yukon OK and daughterinlaw Darbi Marks of Yukon OK A memorial service will be held Fri day April 5 1996 at in Mc Gee Chapel Donations in his memory may be made to Visiting Nurse Service Hospice 811 St Michaels Santa Fe NM 87505 or School of American Re search 66O Garcia Santa Fe Arrangements are through McGee Memorial Chapel 1320 Luisa Santa Fe NM 87505 DALE E COLLINS Visitation for Dale E Collines 65 will be held from today at Berardinelli Mortuary Chapel Funeral Services will be held at today at the Scottish Rite Temple comer of Paseo de Peralta and Wash ington Santa Fe Interment will follow at Santa Fe Na tional Cemetery Serving as pallbearers will be Don Walton Larry Goldfine Steve Jones Jeff Larason Rich Weinbrecht and Paul Velasquez Memorial contributions may be di rected to the Shriner Childrens Hospi tal Box 8410 Albuquerque NM 87198 Arrangements are under the direction of Berardinelli Mortuary 1399 Luisa Street 98486OO DONALD W MacGILUVRAY Donald W MacGiilivray passed away in Santa Fe on Tuesday April A memorial service will be held on Thursday and will be announced through Berardinelli Mortuary 1399 Lu isa Santa Fe 98486OO JOHN L HUBBY John L Hubby 64 retired Professor and resident of Santa Fe for the past 10 years passed away at his Santa Fe home on March 28 1996 following a brief illness Dr Hubby was bom in Clovis NM on March 19 1932 to Lee Hubby of Aus tin TX and Jerre Luikart Myers of Santa Fe who preceded him in death He married Marian Mimi Hubby of Santa Fe in 1970 prior marriage to Jane Ritch Dr Hubby was a graduate of the Uni versity of Texas where he received his in 1955 and in 1959 in Biol ogy After receiving his in Biology from the University of Texas in 1959 Dr Hubby went to the University of Chi cago as postdoctoral fellow where he became a full professor in 1970 His experimental expertise along with the insight of Dr Richard Lewontin in the area of theoretical population ge Kelly is the defendant in the lawsuit brought earlier this year by eight gambling tribes who asked federal courts to declare tribal casinos legal The state Su preme Court has ruled the casi nos are illegal The federal case is expected to go to trial before Judge Martha Vazquez this summer Tribes already have produced thousands of documents relat ing to their bingo hall and casino operations including some finan cial records Santa Ana attorney Richard Hughes said Many of the records are protected by a temporary confidentiality order Hughes said tribes will ask the courts to extend the order de spite objections from Kelly Most of the financial records date FUNERAL SERVICES AND MEMORIALS netics revolutionized the field of evolu tionary genetics Using special bio chemical techniques developed by Hub by they found that in natural popula tions of fruit flies there was a much greater amount of genetic variation among individuals than scientists had prevciously believed Within a few years it was revealed that this variation was the rule in all or ganisms This discovery opened up new insights in the field of evolutionary ge netics In 1973 he received the Quantrell Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching from the University of Chica go Dr Hubby is survived by his wife Marian Hubby of Santa Fe NM daughter Donya Cony and husband Carl of New York New York sons Allen Hubby of New York Clif Hubby of New York stepmother Sola Hubby of Austin TX halfbrother Hutch Hubby and wife Margaret of Austin TX halfsister Jan Hubby of Austin TX aunt Annabel Campbell and husband Dale of Clovis NM Memorial contributions may be di rected to your favorite charity or The Hospice Center 1422 Paseo de Peral ta Santa Fe NM 87501 Cremation has taken place Arrangements were under the direc tion of Berardinelli Mortuary 1399 Lu isa Street 9848600 MILDRED ANNA BACA Mildred Anna Baca 86 of Santa Fe passed away Sunday March She was preceded in death by her husband Alfonso S Baca She is survived 6y her sons Alfonso S Baca and wife Evelina of Tucson AZ Marcello M Baca and wife Rita and Phillip C Baca from Ft Collins CO and Billy B Baca of Santa Fe NM daughter Tony Anna Padilla of Torrance CA sev enteen grandchildren thirtyfive great grandchildren and three greatgreat grandchildren She loved gardening and plants She was very good with crafts and made jewelry She was a teacher and she loved to ftsh and camp She was de voted to her family The funeral Mass will be celebrated at St Annes Catholic Church at today Wednesday April Burial will follow at Rosario Ceme tery Arrangements are through McGee Memorial Chapel 1320 Luisa 983 9151 JOSEPHINE F SCHOEPKE Josephine F Schoepke 72 passed away March She is survived by children Stephen Richard Kristina Cart Anthony two grandchildren Carl Shana and nu merous family and friends who loved and will miss her Services will be held today April 3 1996 at at St Thomas Aqui nas Parish in Rio Rancho with grave side service at Santa Fe Na tional Cemetery MELECIO S LUJAN Melecio S Lujan 89 a lifelong resi dent of El Rancho passed away at his home in El Rancho Tuesday April 2 1996 He was preceded in death by his grandson Albert Lujan greatgrand daughter Sara Lujan daughterinlaw Gloria Lujan brotherinlaw Rudy Gonzales He is survived by his wife Ruby G Lu jan of El Rancho sons Joe Lujan of Santa Fe Pete Lujan and wife Evelyn of El Rancho Marcial Lujan and wife Rae of El Rancho Steve Lujan and wife Nona of El Rancho daughters Erma Lynch and husband Tom of Albuquer que Cora Garcia and husband Maurice of Santa Fe Olivia Trujillo of Santa Fe 14 grandsons 14 granddaughters and 27 greatgrandchildren brothersinlaw Antonio Gonzales of Santa Fe Antonio Maria Gonzales of Santa Fe sistersin law Andrea Sanchez of California Bernie Gonzales of Santa Fe three nephews seven nieces and numerous other relatives and friends visitation will be to today April 3 1996 at BlockSalazar Mortuary Chapel Funeral Mass will be celebrated at today April 3 1996 at San Antonio de Padua Church in El Rancho with interment to follow at the Catholic Cemetery in El Rancho Serving as pallbearers will be his grandsons Joseph Lynch Philip Garcia Joseph Lujan Peter Lujan Marshall Lu jan and Dennis Trujillo Serving as honorary pallbearer will be Marty Lujan Arrangements are under the direction of BlockSalazar Mortuary Inc 8OO 4434854 LUCIA M CARRILLO Mrs Lucia M Carrillo died Sunday at the age of 80 She is survived by her very wonderful husband Joe Carrillo three daughters Marcella Johnson and Husband Charles of Albuquerque Estefanita Bradshaw and husband Howard from Visalia and Loretta Alvarez and Husband Al from San Antonio four sons Ra mon Mondragon and wife Prudy from Al buquerque Roberto Mondragon and wife Isabel from Cuyamunge and Anton Chico NM Fred Mondragon and Connie Vance from Albuquerque and Peter Mondragon from Amuquerque two brothers Frank Aragon from Vaughn NM and Fernando Aragon Jr from Las Vegas NM one sister Sister Margarita Aragon from Huntington 35 grand children and many greatgrandchildren Funeral services for Mrs Carrillo will be held today at the St Joseph Catholic Church in Anton Chico NM where the Mass will be celebrated at The Mass will concelebrated by Fa ther Paul Baca and Father Antonio Mon dragon with Deacon Kenneth Johnson assisting Burial will follow at the Anton Chico Catholic Cemetery Pallbearers will be John Johnson Steve Bradshaw Mark Mondragon Robert Anthony Mondragon Paul Mon dragon Shawn Mondragon Jacob Car rillo and Leroy Carrillo Honorary Pallbearers will be all her grandsons and granddaughters Visitation was held in the mortuary chapel on Tuesday April 2 1996 from until A rosary was recited on Tuesday eve ning at at the Salazar Sons Mortuary 400 3rd St PRAYER TO THE HOLY SPIRIT Holy Spirit you who solve all prob lems light all roads so that I can attain my goal You who give me the divine gift to forgive all evil against me and that in all instances of my life I want in this short prayer to thank you for all things as you confirm once again in spite of all material illusion that I wish to be with you in eternal giory Thank You for your mercy toward me and mine The person must say this prayer for three consecutive days After three days the favor requested will be granted even if it may appear difficult This prayer must be published immediately after the favor is granted without men tioning the favor Only your initials should appear at the bottom from 1993 and 1994 Hughes said In their lawsuit the tribes claim they will suffer ble financial damage if the courts rule their gambling agree ments with the state are illegal Some tribal gambling opera tions are more than a decade old But tribes say that after signing the agreements with Gov Gary Johnson early last year they in vested millions in new casinos and equipment because they be lieved the documents were valid dent of the Espanola Valley passed away March Mr Gallegos is preceded in death by his father Henry Gallegos He was bom June 8 1950 in Chami ta New Mexico to Henry and Rosina G alleges Mr Gallegos married Denise Vigil on August He hung drywal and played basket ball for War Construction Team with Es panola Sunday Mens Basketball League and enjoyed playing guitar and the harmonica He was a good father to his whole family He is survived by his wife Denise GaSlegos of Espanola one son Javier Gallegos two daughters Rosina and I Consuelo Gallegos mother Rosina Montoya and stepfather Rubel Mon toya one sister Lourdes Salazar and husband William two brothers Julian and Michael Gallegos mother and therinJaw Ruth and Willie Vigil broth ersinlaw and best friend William and wife Lou Ellen Vigil Anthony and Dwight Vigil sisterinlaw Dorothy and husband Benton Dwight uncle Elias Gallegos and wife Julia and numerous aunts uncles nieces nephews and other relatives and friends Visitation was held at Sacred Heart Church in Espanola at Tues day April with a rosary recited at at Sacred Heart Church with a wake service following the rosary Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 9 today April at Sacred Heart Church with interment to follow at the Sacred Heart Cemetery Serving as pallbearers will be William Vigil Tim Trujillo Michael Gallegos Julian Gallegos Francisco Vigil and Jake Rodriguez Honorary pallbearers will be Audoro War Larry David Borrego Jimmy Martinez Leo Martinez Danny Barry William Salazar Carlos Sherwood and his godchildren Arrangements are under the direction of BlockSalazar Mortuary Inc TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY JOSEPH D GALLEGOS November Everyday that been tears you have gone our still havent stopped The nights are long and the days are so sad we miss all the fun that we had Now Easter is on its way But the memo ries you have given us keeps us going everyday Were loving you and missing you still We Love You Joe The Anaya Family All family and friends are invited to at tend the celebration of a two year anni versary Mass at today April at St Annes Catholic Church Joseph Gallegos ROBERT GALLEGOS Robert Gallegos 45 a lifelong resi TWO YEAR ANNIVERSARY MASS FLORANCE M SANCHEZ Family and friends are welcome to at tend the celelbration of the second an niversary Mass for Florance M Sanchez on Sunday April 7th 1996 at at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church You were taken from us before your time and the pain of losing you will al ways be with us you are in a safer place now You are always in our thoughts and prayers We love you and miss you and   

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