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New Mexican (Newspaper) - October 2, 2005, Santa Fe, New Mexico C2 THE NEW MEXICAN Sunday October 2 2005 Today IMMIGRATION INSPIRED BY SHAKESPEARE Santa Fe Symphony Orchestra presents symphonic dances from Leonard Bernsteins West Side Story with interpolations fromRomeo and Juliet 4 Lensic Performing Arts Center 211 W San Francisco 9881234 ROCK SHORE Theaterwork presents Lisa Dillmans play set at an Adirondackarea san itarium in 1913 8 1336 Rufina Circle 4711799 for reservations EL RANCHO DE LAS GOLONDRINAS Harvest Festival Dancing book signings molasses making grape crushing food art demonstrations tortilla making and special processions 10 E Rancho de Las Golondrinas 334 Los Pinos Road 4712261 by museum admission HATCH SHOW PRINT Exhibit and sale of work from Hatch Show Print the Nashville printing institution 10 slide lecture by Hatch Director and Master Printer Jim Sherraden 2 Museum of Interna tional Folk Art Auditorium 706 Camino Lejo 4761200 no charge MUSEUM OF INDIAN ARTS AND CUL TURE 13th Annual Benefit Sale Thousands of donated items available 10 MIAC 708 Camino Lejo 4761250 no charge NEW MEXICO ART MARKET Santa Fe Council for the Arts presents a juried arts crafts show featurng Southwest artists 10 Cathedral Park 131 Cathedral Place 4241878 no charge WISE FOOL NEW MEXICO PRESENTS In the Works Performance of two originalacro batic puppetry and theater productions cur rently in development Flexion explores radi cal life changes Baggage tells true tales of domestic violence in northern New Mexico content might not be suitable for kids under 13 8 special meettheartists party Stieren Hall the Santa Fe Opera 7 miles north of Santa Fe on 9922588 MULTITALENTED ROSES Presentation display by Joyce DePow local author of Dan delions in My Wine includes useful recipes and how to make rosaries She will also be signing and selling copies of her book 2 Tropic of Capricorn 86 Old Las Vegas Highway adjacent to Harrys 9832700 no charge DINOSAURS AND MORE A program for all ages seven days a week at a hands on edu cational organization work in the prep lab with fossils and learn about local minerals and meteorite composition 102 W San Fran cisco 9883299 or online at SANTA FE CHILDRENS MUSEUM The Santa Fe Childrens Museum presents its Fall Festival from noon3 Visitors can card and spin wool make lavender oil pet goats and sheep bake bread cook tortillas make cider create beeswax art and enjoy musical entertainment Admission to the museum and the festivities is per person and per person for New Mexico For information call 9898359 Children can con struct scarecrows with Gordon McDonough from 2 to 4 at the Santa Fe Childrens Museum Free with museum admission For information call 9898359 Clubs and organizations THE CHRISTIAN MOTORCYCLISTS ASSO CIATION Forming a chapter in Santa Fe all bikers and motorcyclists interested are wel come Meetings are the first Sunday of each month 2 Boys and Girls Club 730 Alto St For information email com or call 4719249 CLUB FRANCOPHONE DE SANTA FE Improve your French in a relaxed ambience Beginner and groups meet at different times per person Includes the possibility of starting a French book club for the advanced group Call 9897933 for more information UNIT 383 ACBL BRIDGE CLUB Open game at 1 at 3022 C Cielo Court Call 4715941 for more information BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP FOR MEN AND WOMEN Group selects reads arid infor mally discusses popular classics of European and American literature For readings and location call 4662537 SCIENCE OF SPIRITUALITY Meditation Satsang for all faiths Every Sunday at 1503 Llano Suite C office of Marcia Valdez from 11 Free no donations accepted For directions and more information call the group leader at 4662195 PRAYERS FOR WORLD PEACE A short inspirational talk prayers and a guided medi tation From 10 at the Tushita Buddhist Center 544A Agua Frfa Call 820 2226 or visit for more information FREE MEDITATION 5 at The Light Institute and Nizhoni School for Global Con sciousness Call 4661975 for more informa tion Health and fitness SHAKTI WHOLE LIFE CENTER 1505 Llano Sunday free community service kundalini yoga from 57 Call 9826369 or log on to FALUN DAFA PRACTICE An ancient Chi nese practice of selfcultivation which focuses on developing ones heartmind nature and based on the universal principles of Truthfulness Compassion and Forbear ance 2 Rose Park Corner of Galisteo and Cordova Roadrunner 59142026 BB25 Top prize Pick3 567 Top prize 4 This Way 7197 Top prize Powerball 818384554 PB 23 Power play 5 Minuteman volunteers prepare for The Associated Press HACHITA Rancher Rob ert Been knows the wild scrubbrush desert of southwest New Mexico like the back of his calloused hands On Saturday he joined a group of Minuteman volunteers as they prepared to fan out over the remote landscape starting a monthlong effort to patrol the Mexican border in search of wouldbe illegal immi grants Hes going out today with about six said New Mexico Min uteman Corps leader Bob Wright shortly after finishing a volunteer training session at the groups base camp He will be riding through the rough country up on hills where you can see Organizers said 34 volunteers were starting patrols They spent most of the day tending to organi zational matters such as training sessions and setting up communica tions equipment The volunteers were ready to work darkness to daylight in the words of Gary Cole who lives near Stevens Pass Wash He was helping with operations at the Hachita Com munity Center on Saturday Its the very first Cole said Were just getting all things done Were making sure the showers work getting the camp ground laid out things like A thirdgeneration Hachita resi dent Been runs a ranch 30 miles west of the southern New Mexico town My granddad ran the Diamond A Ranch and shoed horses for the Calvary when they were stationed he said Last spring Been formed his Roughrider border group patterned after the Minuteman Corps Been claims he has directed Border Patrol agents in apprehend ing over 200 illegal immigrants Wright said the group plans to use about 20 horses to patrol the lines during October Volunteers will be bringing their own horses Some will be com ing over from El Paso and other he said Although the groups October headquarters is in Grant County at the Hachita Community Center the base camp where around 30 volunteers gathered Saturday is in nearby Hidalgo County Residents of both counties and Luna County New Mexicos main corridors for illegal immigrants claim additional resources are needed on the border This is a no mans said Columbus resident Alima McMil lan driving toward base camp The vastness is so overwhelming But I think this is all about publicity Without the media the Minutemen would be Hachita is remote with the harsh environment discouraging all but the hardiest souls Around 1875 turquoise mines in the hills of the Little Hachet Moun tains drew prospectors who also dis covered silver copper and gold The original town near the mines named Eureka boasted steamsmelting works three saloons two general stores and a population of around When the El Paso and Southwest ern Railroad came through trans porting ore and needing a water stop the town was relocated sevep miles east and renamed Hachita With the decline of copper prices in the 1920s themines closed and most residents left deserting adobe homes that pepper the land scape The Minuteman base camp in this area will be a no mans land with according to border volunteer Joe Harshey who arrived with his silver 1973 Air stream trailer We will be having a guard at the gate and those who come in must sign in first both volunteers and Harshey said When they leave base camp they must sign Such monitoring of visitors and media viewed as outgrowth of developments after another Minute man project this spring in Arizona potentially could limit public access to groups like the American Civil Liberties Union ACLU membersplan to be month long legal Meanwhile Minutemen volun teers also are using the term legal plastering it on Tshirts for sale inside the Hachita Commu nity Center Many wear the shirts for newsmedia photos Around town Children and teenagers KID OPERA THEATRE 1024 Cielo Azul 9897873 THE PLANETARIUM At Santa Fe Commu nity College 6401 Richards Ave 4281777 ext 6 SANTA FE CHILDRENS MUSEUM 1050 Old Pecos Trail 9898359 SANTA FE YOUTH SYMPHONY 1050 Old Pecos Trail 9828483 SKATEBOARD PARKS In De Vargas Park 302 W DeVargas Franklin Miles Park 1027 Camino Carlos Rey WAREHOUSE 21 Santa Fe Teen Art Cen ter 1614 paseo de Peralta 9894423 Libraries FRAY ANGELICO CHAVEZ HISTORY LIBARY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES 120 Washington Ave MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS LIBRARY 107 W Palace Ave 4765061 NEW MEXICO STATE LIBARY 1209 Camino Carlos Rey 4769700 OLIVER LAFARGE BRANCH LIBRARY 1730 Llano St 9954860 SANTA FE PUBLIC LIBRARY 145 Washing ton Ave 9556780 ST JOHNS COLLEGE LIBRARY 1160 Camino de la Cruz Blanca 9846042 Museum of New Mexico THE MUSEUM OF NEW MEXICO OPER ATES FOUR MUSEUMS IN SANTA FE The Palace of the Governors 105 W Palace Ave Museum of Fine Arts 107 W Palace Ave Museum of International Folk Art 706 Camino Lejo 4761200 and the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture 708710 Camino Lejo All arc open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 to 5 All museums are closed Mondays New Years Day Easter Thanksgiving and Christmas Admission for a singlemuseum NM resident adult admission 57 for a singlemuseum nonresident adult admission Free admission For youth 16 and younger and Museum of NM Foundation members Every Sunday all New Mexico residents with ID are free pass for unlimited visits to five Museums Museum of Fine Arts Palace of the Gov ernors Museum of Indian Arts Culture Museum of International Folk Art and Museum of Spanish Colonial Art for Information 24hour recorded informa tion 505 8276463 Other museums AWAKENING MUSEUM 125 N Guadal upe St 9544025 ARCHDIOCESE OF SANTA FE MUSEUM 223 Cathedral Place 983 3811 BATAAN MEMORIAL MILITARY MUSEUM AND LIBRARY 1050 Old Pecos Trail 4741670 GEORGIA OKEEFFE MUSEUM 217 Johnson St 9461017 Open 10 5 open on Fri days Closed on Wednesday Admission seniors New Mexico residents children 17 and under and students free No charge from 5 to 8 on Friday INDIAN ARTS RESEARCH CENTER School of American Research 660 Gar cia offers public tours of its extensive collections of Native American art at 2 on Friday afternoon per per son free to SAR members Reserve in advance at 9547205 INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS 108 Cathedral Place 9838900 MUSEUM OF SPANISH COLONIAL ART 750 Camino Lejo 9822226 POEH MUSEUM Off 285 next to the Pojoaque Pueblo Visitors Center Open Tuesdays through Saturdays from 4552489 SANTA FE CHILDRENS MUSEUM 1050 Old Pecos Trail 9898359 SITE SANTA FE 1606 Paseo de Peralta Exhibition hours are Wednesday through Sunday 10 Friday 10 7 Admission is for adults for students and seniors members are free Fridays are free made possible by a grant from the Brown Foundation of Houston Texas Docent tours are offered on Fridays at 6 and on Saturdays and Sundays at 2 Tours in Spanish are by appointment SITE Santa Fe gift certificates are available Call 9891199 WHEELWRIGHT MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN 704 Camino Lejo 9824636 Parks and recreation PARK OUT DOOR SWIMMING POOL 1043 Alto St 9554779 FORT FIELD COM PLEX 490 Washington Ave 9552500 GENOVEVA CHAVEZ COMMUNITY CENTER 3221 Rodeo Road 9554000 HERB RESOLANA PARK 2240 Camino Carlos Rey MUNICIPAL RECREATION COMPLEX 205 Caja del Rio Road 9554470 PLAZA PARK 63 Lincoln Ave SALVADOR PEREZ PARK AND SWIM MING POOL 610 Alta Vista St 955 2604 Northern Puebios TELEPHONE NUMBERS Nambe 505 4552036 Picuris 505 5872519 Pojoaque 505 4553334 San lldefpnso 505 4553549 San Juan 505 852 4400 Santa Clara 505 7537326 Taos 505 7581028 Tesuque 505 983 1040 UPTODATE INFORMATION For feast days and dances at the Eight Northern Puebloscall 505 8524265 Public golf courses MARTY SANCHEZ LINKS DE SANTA FE Caja del Rio Fifteen minutes frorri the Plaza An 18 and 9hole course Open daily Call 9554400 PUEBLO DE COCHITI Cochiti Lake south of Santa Fe 50 minutes from the Plaza An 18hole course Open daily Call 505 4652239 SANTA FE COUNTRY CLUB Airport Road 20 minutes from the Plaza An 18hole course Open TuesdaysSundays Call 4710601 TOWA GOLF RESORT In Pojoaque off just 20 minutes from the Plaza An 18hole course Open daily Call 505 4559000 Retreat Centers GHOST RANCH CONFERENCE CENTER Call 877 8044678 Online at PECOS BENEDICTINE MONASTERY Call 505 7576415 or 505 ext 254 Fax 505 7572285 Emaii email@example.com Online at THE MANDALA CENTER An ecumeni cal retreat center about 34 miles east of Raton Call 505 2783002 or write The Mandala Center Box 158 Des Moines 88418 Reunions high school SANTA FE HIGH SCHOOL CLASS OF 1965 Planning 4O years reunion For more information call Pat A Velarde at 505 9834669 or Lori Baros at 5O5 4731433 Reunions Military veterans USS CASCADE AD16 Reunion Octo ber 916 at the Clarion Hotel at the Pal ace in Branson Mo Call Lyle Preacher Burchette at 417 3345627 or Bob Croghan at 314 8436615 SW USA ALEUTIAN ISLAND VETER ANS Reunion Nov 910 in Laughlin Nev All service branches veterans guests and spouses welcome For information and registration send a to Al King POB 130327 Sunrise 33313 For further information call 954 4231852 Nightlife EL FAROL Ken Valdez blues 8 no cover LOS MAYAS Antonio Mendoza and Gerardo Marquez 61O no cover WILLEES BLUES CLUB Billy D 9 no cover Jazz EVANGELOS Santa Fe Chiles Dixieland jazz 36 no cover LA FONDA Pat Malone Trio 710 no cover Lounge etc INN AT LORETTO Gerry Carthy Irish and American music 710 no cover LA CASA SENA The Best of Broadway and Jazz and 8 no cover VANESSIE Doug Montgomery piano no cover Funeral services and memorials EDMUND ED L NAVROT Age 70 a longtime resident of Santa Fe passed away at St Vincent Regional Medical Center on Thursday Sep tember 29 2005 Ed was born in Michigan City IN on November 11 1934 the only child of Edward and Es ther Locander Navrol who pre ceded him in death Ed was a graduate of Alle man High School in Rock Is land IL and St Ambrose Col lege in Davenport IA Ed did graduate work in Philosophy al De Paul University in Chicago His professional life was in so cial work and human rights He served as Director of the War on Poverty Program under for mer Governor Dave Cargo and retired in 1996 from the State Human Rights Division He was married to Viola Sandoval on October 9 1971 at San Is idro Church in Tesuque He is survived by his wife Vi ola of Santa Fe sons Miguel and Paul of Albuquerque and daughters Anila of Santa Fe and Teresa Navrot Ryan and husband Chris of Seaside Park NJ He is also survived by brotherinlaw Carlos San doval of Trinchera CO sisterinlaw Anita Jo Hyatt and husband Dale of Las Ani mas CO and other relatives He was a member of St Anne Catholic Parish in Santa Fe A Rosary will be recited at 7 Monday October 3 2005 at St Anne Church Mass of Christian Burial will be cele brated at 10 Tuesday October 4 2005 at St Anne Church with inurnment to fol low at Rosario Cemetery In lieu of flowers his family has requested memorial contri butions be directed in his mem ory to Bienvenidos Outreach 1219 Luisa Santa Fe NM 87505 Service arrangements are under the direction of Berardinelli Family Funeral Service 1399 Luisa Santa Fe NM 5059848600 ELLEN Perhaps you sent a lovely card Or sat quietly in a chair Perhaps you sent a floral piece If so we saw it there Perhaps you spoke the kindest words As any friends could say Perhaps you were not there at all Just thought of us this day Whatever you did whatever your part We prayerfully thank you for consoling bur hearts Your kindness will always be remembered and appreciated Services were entrusted to La Paloma Funeral Home 1424 4th Street Santa Fe 505 9832555 JOE E MONTOYA THREE YEAR ANNIVERSARY I had a conversation with God today and thanked him for giving me my sister and brothers a wonderful father and a loving husband to our mother I asked him to help us keep all our happy times we shared as a family in our minds and heart Id like the memory of you dad to be a happy one and we will enjoy the afterglow of smiles you left with us The loving family of Joe E Montoya would like to invile all our family and friends to join us in a Three Year Anniversary Mass on October 2 2005 at 6 at St Anne Catholic Church MAHLON PITNEY July August Celebration of Memorial for Mahlon Pitney at the Santa Fe Unitarian Uniyersalist Church on Sunday October 2 2005 from 4 6 45 Stories and memories 5 6 Rejoicing food and his with friends live music including favorite jazz trio If he touched your life join us in celebration Police notes The Santa Fe Police Department is inves tigating the following reports A man reported that sometime between Wednesday and 8 Friday someone stole a cement mixer from a construction at 537 Garcia St A man reported that at about 1 Friday his wallet was stolen from his jacket pocket at 300 St Francis Drive A man reported that at about 1 Saturday two men were stabbed on the corner of Galisteo and Brillante streets by ah unknown male Both men were taken to St Vincent Regional Medical Center where they were treated and released At about Thursday a man was vid eotaped stealing a leather jacket from Sears 4250 Cerrillos Road The same male had been caught before stealing an identical jacket Movies BEST OF YOUTH PART II The Screen THE BROTHERS GRIMM UA South THE CONSTANT GARDENER DeVargas CORPSE BRIDE Dream catcher DeVargas UA North THE DOGWALKER Santa Fe Film Center THE EXORCISM OF EMILY ROSE Dreamcatcher UA North THE 40YEAROLD VIRGIN UA North FLIGHTPLAN Dream catcher DeVargas UA South THE GREATEST GAME EVER PLAYED DeVargas A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE DeVargas INTO THE BLUE Dreamcatcher UA North JUNEBUG DeVargas JUST LIKE HEAVEN Dreamcatcher DeVargas UA South LIFE RUNNING OUT OF CONTROL Santa Fe Film Center LORD OF WAR Dream catcher UA North MARCH OF THE PENGUINS CCA Cinematheque Dreamcatcher OLIVER TWIST Jean Cocteau ROLL BOUNCE UA South SERENITY UA South THE SKELETON KEY PG UA South TIBETAN BOOK OF THE DEAD Santa Fe Film Center TOUCH THE SOUND The Screen A TOUT DE SUITE CCA Cinematheque 2O46 CCA Cinematheque AN UNFINISHED LIFE PG UA North Movie listings represent the most accurate information available at presstime Please contact the theater directly for showtimes Obituary notices can be purchased through a funeral home or by calling our classified department at 9863000 from 8 MondayFriday If you rieed to place a death notice after business hours please call The New Mexican newsroom at 9863035
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