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B2 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER CALIFORNIA SuperLotto PlusSaturday Numbers picked 6, 8, 13, 27, 45 Meganumber 14 PJCMim ZZ " WINNERS PRIZE 5 plus mega ' 0 $7 million 5, no mega 4 $25,647 4 plus mega 38 $1,349 4jjimega 3 plus mega 3L no mega 2 plus mega 1 plus mega 1,310 38,474 18,348 89.204 132,696 mega only Tonights jackpot estimate (drawing; 7:57 p.rn.j Dally DerbyTuesday 1st place 4, Big Ben 3. Hot Shot IGokiRush 1:41.25 2nd place 3itijlace Race time Match winners and time for top prize. Match either for other prizes. Fantasy 5Tuesday Numbers picked 9. 16. 23. 30. 39 Match all live for top prize. Match at least three for other prizes. On the Web: www.calottery.com lattery Information, TODAY IN HISTORY 331st day of the year There are 34 days left in the year. In 1901, the U.S. Army War College was established in Washington D.C. In 1910, New York's Pennsylvania Station opened. In 1942, during World War II, the French navy at Toulon scuttled its ships and submarines to keep them out of the hands of the Nazis. In 1945, Gen. George C. Marshall was named special U.S. envoy to Curry, Mildred Private Services Johnson, Suzanne Services Pending Mason, Joyce Graveside Service: Mon., 10:30am, Coachella Valley Cemetery, Coachella McConnell, Ermyl Memorial Service: Dec. 14, 11:00am, Mission Chapel, Desert Hot Springs Mortuary Pasion, Rosalina Visitation: Sat., 11:00am-5:00pm, Palm Springs Mortuary, Cathedral City. Interment: Urdaneta Cemetery, Urdaneta City, Philippines Pulley, Verona Private Services Sanchez, Richard Memorial Service: Tues., 6:30pm, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Palm Desert, CA Sedan, Gilbert Private Services Stewart, Margaret Visitation: Mon., 9:00-1 0:00am, with service to follow at Palm Springs Mortuary, Cathedral City. Vega, Israel Visitation: Sun., 5:00-9:00pm, Ramon Chapel, Palm Springs Mortuary, Cathedral City. Waring, Richard Private Services Zamora, Salvador Funeral Mass: Today, 1 1 :00am, St. Theresa Catholic Church, Palm Springs. 321-Q994 HOME & OFFICE FURNITURE llfl L. I in mm "w LA "J - tat It I In Memory Of Lorene Martinez Visitation: 4:00-8:00pm, Friday, Wiefels 8 Son. Funeral Mass: 11:00am, Saturday, Our Lady of Guadalupe. Interment: Jane Augustine Patencio Cemetery. Betsy Bush Graveside Service: Pending, Welwood Murray Cemetery. Deborah Eckenroth-Thornton Memorial Service: 1 1 :00am, Today, Joshua Springs Calvary Chapel. Kathleen Clark Graveside Service: 2:15pm, Today, Riverside National Cemetery Tom Rotunda Pending Graveside Services. Riverside National Cemetery. William Gibbs Graveside Services: 11:15am, Monday, Riverside National Cemetery. SERVICES PENDING: Robert Wash Ben Jordan Mary McGuirk Cart Sanders John Williams Norma Nadon Patricia Lee Michael Hesler Wiefph n on f'fjim Springs h 327-1257 27, 2002 LOTTERY 851 $100 $58 $9 $11 $2 $1 $10 million Daily 3Tuesday afternoon Numbers picked 6,5,0 Match three in order for top prize; combinations for other prizes. Daily 3Tuesday night Numbers picked 9, 1,1 Match three in order for top prize; combinations for other prizes. Riverside offices: (800) 568-8379 China to try to end hostilities between the nationalists and the Communists. In 1953, playwright Eugene O'Neill died in Boston at age 65. In 1970, Pope Paul VI, visiting the Philippines, was slightly wounded at the Manila airport by a dagger-wielding Bolivian painter disguised as a priest. In 1973, the Senate voted 92-3 to confirm Gerald R. Ford as vice president, succeeding Spiro T. Agnew, who had resigned. In 1978, San Francisco Mayor George Moscone and City Supervisor Harvey Milk, a gay-rights activist, were shot to death inside City Hall by former supervisor Dan White. In 1983, 183 people were killed when a Colombian Avianca Airlines Boeing 747 crashed near Madrid's Barajas Airport In 1985, the British House of Commons approved the Anglo-Irish accord giving Dublin a consultative role in the governing of British-ruled Northern Ireland. In 1989, 107 people were killed when a bomb blamed by police on drug traffickers destroyed a Colombian jetliner. Ten years ago: President-elect Clinton met for more than an hour with former President Reagan in Los Angeles. Rebel forces in Venezuela tried but failed to overthrow President Carlos Andres Perez for the second time in 10 months. Five years ago: A day after saying it would open its presidential palaces to international observers, Iraq declared that U.N. weapons monitors were not included in the invitation. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York was marred when a gust of wind knocked part of a lamppost onto a 34-year-old woman, fracturing her skull and leaving her in a coma for almost a month. One year ago: Afghan factions opened power-sharing talks outside Bonn, Germany. Today's Birthdays: Actor James Avery is 54. Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg is 45. Rock musician Charlie Burchill (Simple Minds) is 43. Rock musician Charlie Benante (Anthrax) is 40. Rock musician Mike Bordin (Faith No More) is 40. Actor Fisher Stevens is 39. Actress Robin Givens is 38. Actor Michael Vartan ("Alias") is 34. Rapper Skoob (DAS EFX) is 32. TV personality Rachel is 30. Actor Jaleel White is 26. Thought for Today: "Nothing is more despicable than a professional talker who uses his words as a quack uses his remedies." - Francois Fenelon, French theologian (16511715) HWY. Ill MONROE, INDIO1 T THE MATTRESS FACTORY) k'i H HZA 347-Sm For the Desert Sun obituaries dating back to July 1999 are available online: www.thedesertsun.com Egma Missoni Egma Martinez Missoni, 77, of Palm Desert died Nov. 25, 2002, in Rancho Mirage. She was born Sept. 14, 1925, to Gregorio and Nicasia Martin Martinez in Argentina. She was a homemaker for 50 years. She is survived by her daughter, Marilyn of Los Angeles; and her sister, Nora King of Rancho Mirage. She is preceded in death by her husband, Mario in 1983. Funeral mass will be 1 1 a.m. today at St. Louis Catholic Church in Cathedral City. Services will be 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Redeemer Chapel in Culver City. Burial will be at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Culver City with FitzHenry Funeral Home Palm Desert Chapel in charge of arrangements. Viorica Richards Viorica Irina Richards, 78, of Palm Desert died Nov. 10,2002, in Palm Desert of natural causes. She was born Aug. 8, 1924, to Gheorghe Iliescu and Elena Emilia Zamfiropol in Romania. She was a homemaker for 56 years. Services and inurnment are private with Palm Springs Mortuary of Cathedral City in charge of arrangements. Grace Mallory Grace Grady Mallory, 85, of Palm Desert died Nov. 23, 2002, in Rancho Mirage of cardiac arrest. She was born Dec. 14, 1916, in Fresno. She was a volunteer at Stanford Children's Convalescent Hospital. She is survived by her husband, Edward of Palm Desert; two daughters, Judy Finegold of Lea-wood, Kan., and Gail Marlin of San Mateo; her son, Jack Grady of Kirkland, Wash.; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be noon Friday at Chaparral Country Club in Palm Desert with Neptune Society of Palm Springs in charge of arrangements. The family suggests memorials to a charity of choice. Joyce Ann Mason Joyce Ann Mason, 60, of Desert Hot Springs, died Nov. 24, 2002, in Desert Hot Springs. She was born Oct. 18, 1942, to Dale Woodworth Mason and Harriett Mildred Lewis-Mason in Illinois. She was a home health care provider, in home support services for 10 years. She is survived by her son, Charles C. Elsbury of Desert Hot Springs; and two grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her son, Adam Scot Elsbury. Graveside services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday at Coachella Valley Cemetery with Desert Hot Springs Mortuary in charge of arrangements. mu--iur.mrT;t:uiJilm-i Direct Cremation 395.00 Offering the LOWEST price for Direct Cremation in the Coachella Valley r fhw ...fv , J '3 : 4 f' . . ,1 VVV ' 'L, i VVyV 'S '"J ' ) j symPtoms' vou may qualify to participate in a clinical S s-" J research study of an investigational medication for rilrW 1 1. k i mt auuiis, at no cost. Reachfrifl For A Bettea Tomoanau For more information call today. (760) 674-4925 record OBITUARIES John Williams John Gaylord Williams, 76, of Palm Springs died Nov. 24, 2002, at home. He was born June 29, 1926, to William Williams and Adelaide Casgarin in Grosse Pointe, Mich. He was owner of an auto sales business. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, the American Legion and the Palm Springs Elks. He is survived by three daughters, Emily Cogan and Sara Walker both of Atlanta and Mary Lynne of Chicago; his son, James of Atlanta; his brother, George of Florida; and 1 1 grandchildren. Services are private in Atlanta with Wiefels and Son Funeral Directors of Palm Springs in charge of arrangements. The family suggests memorials to the Vocation Fund at Cathedral of Christ the King in Atlanta. Cornelia Davis Cornelia "Connie" Dann Davis, 95, of Cathedral City died Nov. 19, 2002, in Palm Springs of natural causes. She was born Aug. 28, 1907, in Ceibu, Romania. She was a civilian typist and file clerk with the Air Force in Dayton, Ohio and former operator of a dry cleaning business in Houston. She was a member of Eastern Star, ladies branch of Masonic Lodge and the Greek Orthodox Church. She is survived by her son, Paul Negoyan of Hemet; and four grandchildren. She is preceded in death by her husband, Bob. No services are planned. Arrangements were handled by Emerson Bartlett Memorial Chapel in Yucaipa. The family suggests memorials to the Paralyzed Veterans of America. Lorene Martinez Lorene Lugo Martinez, 94, of Palm Springs, died Nov. 22, 2002, at home. She was born Sept. 26, 1908, to Hormer Seymour and Ramalda Lugo Martinez in Banning. She was the second tribal chairwoman of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians. She is survived by two daughters, Georgianna McGlamary and Gloria Gillette both of Palm Springs; her son, William McGlamary of Palm Springs; eight grandchildren; and numerous great-grandchildren. She is preceded in death by two sons, Raymond Welmas and Leon Welmas. Visitation will be 4-8 p.m. with a rosary at 7 p.m. Friday at Wiefels and Son in Palm Springs. Funeral mass will be 1 1 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Palm Springs. Burial will be at Jane Augustine Patencio Cemetery in Palm Springs with Wiefels and Son Funeral Directors in charge of arrangements. Problems sleeping Unable to enjoy activities MMn VJ sj w 1 tvuiKins Killing If you are 60 or older and have been experiencing these 41-590 Indian Trail Road Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 affiliated with: W DESERT L. J MEDICAL ai I GROUP, mc. Acelia Salazar Acelia Salazar, b5, of Indio died Nov. 25, 2002, at home. She was born Aug. 10, 1937, to j Bonifacio Hernandez and Maria Martinez in Mexico. She was an care giver for the elderly with the j County of Riverside. She is survived by three daughters, Ana Maria Tolentino ot Reno, Nev., Esther Navarro ot La ! Quinta and Celia Chavez of ; Cathedral City; her son, Santiago ; Gomez of La Quinta; her sister, Raquel Hernandez of Mexico; j her brother, Alfredo Hernandez ; of Mexico; 1 6 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Visitation will be noon-5 p.m. ; with a service at 3 p.m. Sunday ; and services 1 1 a.m. Monday at FitzHenry Funeral Home Indio : Chapel. Burial will be at Coachella Valley Cemetery with FitzHenry Fu- : neral Home Indio in charge of arrangements. Richard Sanchez Richard An- ; thony Sanchez, 21, of Desert j Hot Springs died Nov. 19, 2002, in Palm Springs. He was born June 26, 1981, to Duke Pical- Sanchez lo in Miami. He was an electrician with Major Electric in Rancho Mirage for five years. He is survived by his brother, Jonah Hernandez of Desert Hot Springs; and his mother, Dulce Hernandez of Desert Hot Springs. Services will be 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Palm Desert. Inurnment will be private with Desert Hot Springs Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Mary Sullivan Mary "Joan" Elizabeth Sullivan, 88, of La Quinta, died Nov. 22, 2002, in Palm Desert of natural causes. She was born Aug. 3 1 , 1 9 1 4, to Emila I. Greear in Minnesota. She was an actress in silent and talking movies. She is survived by her daughter, Donna Walsh of Texas; and one grandchild. She is preceded in death by her son, Lloyd Kenneth Hillman. Services were held Nov. 26, 2002, at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale with FitzHenry Funeral Home Indio in charge of arrangements. The family suggests memorials to The Living Desert or the Humane Society. Suzanne Johnson Suzanne Quayle Johnson, 72, of Palm Springs died Nov. 24, 2002, in Palm Springs. She was born Oct. 19, 1930, to Bertram Allen Quayle and Dorothy Grace in Windsor, Canada. She was a children's physical therapist with Riverside County for eight years. She is survived by four daughters, Jennifer Boeck and Elizabeth Reardon both of Michigan, Kathryn Reid and Margaret Hazherboth of Palm Springs; and her son, Christopher of Florida. Services and inurnment are private; Palm Springs Mortuary of Cathedral City is in charge of arrangements. NEWSPAPER INFORMATION Who handles obituaries? To have an obituary published, you must complete The Desert Sun's obituary form. Essential information includes: name, age and birthday, and hometown of the deceased as well as the names and hometowns of the survivors. For details, call News Assistant Shelby Serrate at 778-4659 or Communities Editor Brian Medricka at 778-4623. 1 f-1 1 Oasis THE DESERT SUN Palm Springs delays move on state drug task force By Lisa Wilson 1 HE DESERT SUN PALM SPRINGS The Palm Springs City Council on Tuesday pushed back a decision for the second time to assign a city police officer to a state narcotics task force. For the past nine years, Palm Springs has taken part in the Inland Crackdown Allied Task Force, a state effort to investigate major drug traffickers and money launderers in Riverside County. Taking part in the task force could be beneficial for police departments because, under state law, they may share profits made from forfeited property after it is sold. The selling of seized property typically happens after a criminal is convicted, said Benny Rincon, a program manager with the state's Bureau of Narcotics Enforcement. He said when a home, car or money is forfeited, it usually is owned by the suspected trafficker. A report to the city stated the department's work has brought in $200,000 in two years. That money is used to buy equipment for narcotics investigations, Police Chief Gary Jean-dron said. The ethics of the forfeitures have come under growing scrutiny, though, by valley residents who are pressuring the city to end the practice. City officials say the practice is legal but said they will hold a public discussion on the issue. A panel hosted by the city's Human Rights Commission will meet in January to discuss a citizen's right to due process. Lanny Swerdlow, a member of the local American Civil Liberties Union chapter, said the meeting is a positive step for the city to look at its drug-enforcement tactics. "It's very difficult to discuss drug policy," Swerdlow said. "We believe strongly the public needs to know what's going on with drug policy." Jeandron said the department would continue using the practice unless state or federal law changes. "They are trying to disrupt my effort to arrest drug offenders," he said. j George Frandsen, president of I the American Civil Liberties Union's local chapter, said the practice is arcane. He said it is possible for someone who does not commit a crime to lose their home, car or money. "It's unfair to the people who may have not had anything to do with the crime," he said. "There is a liability involved, too." Lisa Wilson can be reached at 778-4757 or by e-mail at lisa.wilsonthedesertsun.com Orange County agrees to buy Riverside private toll lanes THE ASSOCIATED I'RhSS SANTA ANA Orange County officials approved a plan to buy the private Riverside Freeway toll road, which will allow widening of one of the state's most congested highways. The county Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed Monday to purchase the 10-mile stretch of toll lanes along the Riverside Freeway, the main connector between Orange and Los Angeles county jobs and Riverside County homes, for $207.5 million, including assuming more than $130 million in debts. Under the agreement, the county will buy the expressway from California Private Transportation Co. on Jan. 3, 2003, as long as the company's revenue and finances are sound. The sale still requires the agreement California Department of Transportation directors. But officials say no opposition is expected. Each day, 25,000 vehicles travel the private lanes, while adjacent public lanes carry about 225,000 vehicles daily. The public lanes are expected to carry more than 400,000 a day by 2010. The state Legislature paved the way for the purchase earlier this year when it approved a bill that eliminates a contract clause the private tollway's owners negotiated with the California Department of Transportation before the road ened in 1995. V

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