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SUN THURSDAY, JULY 12, 2007 B7 FOR THE RECORD Lives Remembered PAID NOTICES CALENDAR TODAY Gerald Coluccl, opera singer, part of the Joslyn Center Theatre 5th Annual "Sizzling Summer Series." 2-4 p.m, Joslyn Senior Center, 73750 Catalina Way, Palm Desert 340-3220. The Nature Depot, children's Interactive nature program, for ages 9 and up. 5:30-7:30 p.m., La Quirtta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. $30 per two-week session. 777-7000 Coachella Masonic Center Stated Dinner Meeting, 6:30 p.m., Coachella Masonic Center, 51100 Jackson Street, Indio. 347-0575 FRIDAY You Never Knew (YNK) Mystery Movie Theater for Tweens and Teens, featuring the film, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone." 3 p.m., Palm Springs Public Library, 300 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs. 323-8199 Hotel Zoso Friday Night Dive-In Movie Screenings, happy hour with chair massages, psychic readings and half-price appetizers and drinks, 5 p.m.; films, 8 p.m. 5 p.m., Hotel Zoso, 150 S. Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs. 325-9676 Slzzlin' Summer Serenade Series, dancing with live music. 6:30 p.m., La Quinta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. $2. 564-0096 SATURDAY ABC's of Starting Your Own Business, interactive discussion of the role of the entrepreneur. 9 a.m.-noon, Coachella Valley Economic Partnership, 73710 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 106, Palm Desert $15 with pre-registration; $20 at the door. 898-1510 Family Story Time, for children of ati ages and their families. 11 a.m.-noon, Palm Springs Public Library, 300 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs. 323-8199 Town of Yucca Valley 13th annual Summer Music Festival, featuring the Shadow Mountain Band performing Americana. 7-9 p.m., Yucca Valley Community Center, 57090 Twentynine Palms Highway, Yucca Valley. 369-7207 Open Air Cinema, "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." 8 p.m., La Quinta Civic Center, Washington Street and Eisenhower, La Quinta. 777-7000 Andromeda Society Star Party, with telescope viewing and tour of the night sky. 8:20 p.m., Joshua Tree National Park, Hidden Valley Picnic Area, Joshua Tree. 228-1977 SUNDAY 8th Annual Pets on Parade Awards Luncheon, with photo book award presentations, plus auctions, raffle and vendors. Benefits Animal Samaritans SPCA and Pegasus Riding Academy. 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Doral Desert Princess Resort 67967 Vista Chino Drive, Cathedral City. $45 per person; children $20. 329-6036 or www.animalsamaritans.org Summer Camp for Adults, Bingo, in the Warsaw Ballroom. 2-4 p.m., Temple Isaiah, 332 W. Alejo Road, Palm Springs. 325-2281 MONDAY Widow and Widowers Social Group, meeting with guest speaker, Dr. Jim Ham's on naturopathic medicine. 10 a.m., Mizell Senior Center, 480 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs. 327-0436 Wild Goose Hunt, children's program with prizes awarded in each age category. 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Palm Springs Air Museum, 745 N Gene Autry Trail, Palm Springs. $10 adults, $8.50 teens and seniors; $5 children ages 6-12; free for ages 5 and under. $20 family rate. 778-6262, Ext 221 Get A Clue About Music, interactive children's event features hands-on experimentation with various instruments. For all ages. 6:30-7:30 p.m., Palm Springs Public Library, 300 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs. 323-8199 Summer ImprovActJng Workshop, with acting coach Jeanette Knight 7-8 GAMBLERS HELP Gamblers Anonymous, Coachella Valley: 325-2808 California Council on Problem Gambling Helpline: 320-0234, or (800)322-8748 AIDS SERVICES Do you have questions about AIDS or need to find out how to be tested? Here are some sources: Desert AIDS Project 1695 N. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs, 323-2118; 81-893 Dr. Carreon Blvd., Suite 3, Indio, 342-4197 AIDS Assistance Program: 1276 N. Palm Canyon Drive, Suite 108, Palm Springs, 325-8481 Working Wonders: 35-325 Date Palm Drive, Suite 232, Cathedral City, 324-7586 State hot lines: Southern California: (800) 922-2437 Spanish: (800) 400-7432 Hearing impaired: (800) 553-2437 Riverside County health department (800) 243-7275 CONTACT US HOW CAN I GET AN EVENT LISTED IN THE COMMUNITY CALENDAR? Submit calendar items online at wvw.treoesertsurixomeverrtentry; e-mail cafcmlar&hedeserbmcoin; or fax, 778-7654. Contact Summer Lewison at 778-4618 with questions. p.m., Cathedral City Center for Dance Education, 68707 A Street Cathedral City. $175 new students. 408-4715 TUESDAY Jewelry Making class, , La Quinta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. 564-0096 Rancho Mirage Chamber of Commerce Mixer, with food and business networking. 5:30-7:30 p.m., Right Bank, 70065 Highway 111, Rancho Mirage. $3 members; $5 non-members. 568-9351 Walk with the Ancients, informational program looks into Native American applications, lessons and spiritual beliefs directly inspired by the natural world. 6-8 p.m., La Quinta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. $30 per two-week session. 777-7000 An Evening of Tea Leaves, with third-generation tealeaf reader Denise Myers. Part of Mystic Arts Faire hosted by Innerfaith Ministries Worldwide. 7 p.m., Spa Resort Hotel, 100 N. Indian Canyon Drive, Palm Springs. 318-3196 Intermediate Guitar, music class, for ages 9 and up. 7-8 p.m., La Quinta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. Call for price per six-week session. 777-7000 Palm Springs Power Baseball, versus So. Cal. Glory. 7:05 p.m., Palm Springs Stadium, 1901 E. Baristo Road, Palm Springs. $4-$6. www.palmspringspowerbaseball.com or 864-6278 Rock and Blues Guitar, music class, for ages 9 and up. 8-9 p.m., La Quinta Senior Center, 78450 Avenida La Fonda, La Quinta. Call for price per six-week session. 777-7000 WEDNESDAY Celebrate the World of Harry Potter, Come dressed as your favorite character, make a magic wand and test your knowledge of Hogwarts. 3:30-5:30 p.m., Palm Springs Public Library, 300 S. Sunrise Way, Palm Springs. 323-8199 AdFed 2nd Annual Chicken Awards, mixer celebrating ad material that never got published and or aired. Bring submissions and get in free. 5:30 p.m., Modem Masters Fine Art 73-200 El Paseo, Suite 3A, Palm Desert $10 for members; $15 for non-members. 325-2882 or www.desertadfed.com Palm Desert Chamber of Commerce Mixer, 5:30-7:30 p.m., Cali Pasta, 73575 El Paseo Drive, Palm Desert $5 members; $10 non-members. 346-6111 Business Marketing Series Part I, part one of a five-part series on small business marketing. 6-9 p.m., Coachella Valley Economic Partnership, 73710 Fred Waring Drive, Suite 106, Palm Desert $15 with pre-registration; $20 at the door. 898-1510 Sergio and Shirley Evaro, husband and wife duo perform disco and pop favorites, as part of the Old Town La Quinta Concert on the Lawn series. 7-9 p.m., Old Town La Quinta, Washington Street and Calle Tampico, La Quinta. 777-1770 JULY 19 Golden Rainbow Senior Center Third Thursday Luncheon, noon, Golden Rainbow Senior Center, 32150 Candlewood Drive, Suite 1, Cathedral City. 770-5524 Yve Evans, jazz singer and pianist, part of the Joslyn Center Theatre 5th Annual "Sizzling Summer Series." 2-4 p.m., Joslyn Senior Center, 73750 Catalina Way, Palm Desert. 340-3220 CALIFORNIA LOTTERY Numbers picked 19,24,30,54755 Meganumber 19 PICKS WINNERS PRIZE 5 plus mega 0 $12 million 5, no mega 1 $446,162 4 plus mega . 2 $20,813 4, no mega 134 $207 3 plus mega . 182 $173 3, no mega 8J60 $8 2 plus mega 3J53J $9 1 plus mega 22,044 $3 mega only 42,174 $1 Friday's jackpot estimate (drawing 7:57 p.m.) S17M Superlotto PlusWednesday Dally DerbyWednesday Numbers picked 22, 23, 28, 32, 39 1st place 09, Winning Spirit Meganumber 14 2nd place 10, Solid Gold Jackpot $27 million 3rd place 06,WhblWln Numbers are picked at 7:57 p.m. Wednesdays and Saturdays. Match all five plus meganumber to win jackpot; various combinations for other prizes. Fantasy 5Wednesday Numbers picked 5,7,9,14,14 Match at five numbers to win top prize. Match at least three to win other prizes. On the Web: www.cabrttry.eera Death Notices Palm Desert Martha B Kimball,79 Merlin J Kimball,83 Homewood Dorothy Ann Casella,78 Sacramento Ronald A Munoz,53 Desert Hot Springs Carolyn Sue McGroarty,70 Palm Springs William Lewis Denton,74 Samuel Rothberg Rancho Mirage Frank Sapienza,75 TO PLACE AN OBITUARY INTO THE DESERT SUN Please e-mail obituariestheilesertsun.com or call 760-778-4704. The deadline is 1:00p.m. Monday through Thursday for the following day. Friday 1 :00p.m. is the deadline for Saturday, Sunday and Monday. ffSK TheDesertSun Western Shoshone leader dies at 87 THE ASSOCIATED PRESS RENO, Nev. Corbin Harney, a spiritual leader of the Western Shoshone who challenged the federal government and once his own tribe to oppose nuclear weapons on aboriginal land has died at the age of 87. Harney, a fixture at anti-nuclear rallies, died Tuesday of complications from cancer near Santa Rosa, where he had hoped to finish a book, according to his family. "We have truly lost a lot," said his nephew, Santiago Lozada, who was with him when he died. "Corbin was a World War JJ veteran and was known around the world for his activism against radioactivity and nuclear weapons," said Robert Hager, Reno-based lawyer for the Western Shoshone tribe. "He's irreplaceable to the Western Shoshone nation." "He was someone who just had this gentle spirit but a steely resolve that people should do the right thing," Hager said. "He thought people would eventually come around and realize the harm people were doing to Mother Earth." The family is completing funeral plans, but burial services will be at Battle Mountain Indian Community, where his wife, Marge, is buried. He is survived by his daughter, two granddaughters, four grandsons; seven great-grandchildren and two great-great grandchil-dren. Race time 1:45.53 Match winners and race time for top prire. Match winners or race time tor other prizes. Dally 3Wednesday Afternoon numbers picked 3, 9, 6 Night numbers picked 5,2,0 Match three, in order, for top prize. Match various combinatxxB for other pries. S684379 Joey Manriquez Oropeza Joey Manriquez Oropeza of Indio, CA died July 5, 2007 in Indio, CA. Cause of Death: Stillborn. He was born July 5, 2007. Joey is preceded in death by his aunt, Ignacia Moreno Manriquez and grandmother Hilda Oropeza Survivors include his loving parents, Jose F. Oropeza and Aurelia M. Oropeza of Indio, CA; grandparents, Jose Huitron of Mexico, Antonio and Aurelia Manriquez of Coachella, CA; step-sisters, Annie Oropeza, Sharon Oropeza, and Vanessa Oropeza, all of Cathedral City, CA; step-brother Moises Oropeza of Indio, CA; aunts, Carmen Manriquez of Coachella, CA, Felipa Manriquez of Indio, CA, Maria Montes of Thousand Oaks, CA, Maria G. Murillo of Indio, CA, Hilda Ortiz of Mexico; Gloria Pena of La Quinta, CA, uncles, Carmen Manriquez of Coachella, CA, David Manriquez of Indio, CA, Antonio Manriquez Jr. of Coachella, CA, Roberto Manriquez of Coachella, CA, Kiko Montes of Thousand Oaks, ' CA, Luis Murillo of Indio, CA, Genario Ortiz of Mexico, Louie Pena of La Quinta, CA, and cousins. Memorial service will be held at 10:00 am on Friday, July 13, 2007 at Pentecostal Church of Philadelphia in Coachella, CA. Burial will follow at 12:30 p.m. at the Coachella Valley Cemetery in Coachella, CA with Casillas Family Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. To view and sign this guest-book please visit thedesertsun.comobituaries Jack Donald Gamboa Jack Donald Gamboa, 79, of Palm Desert, CA passed away on July 8, 2007 in Palm Springs. He was born on January 10, 1928 to Jacob Gamboa and Wilma Gamboa in Chicago, IL. He married Shirley M. Hillman on June 28, 1947 in Chicago, IL Jack was in the insurance business all of his life, then became self employed teaching the trade all over the country until retiring in Palm Desert. He served in the US Navy during 1946. Jack was an avid golfer and loved playing the game with his son on various courses in the desert. He is survived by his wife, Shirley M. Gamboa; his son, Tom Gamboa of Rancho Mirage and Tom's mother, Polly Smith of Cathedral City; 13 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. A celebration of life will be held on July 15, 2007. To view and sign this guest-book please visit thedesertsun.comobituaries " rST. . 5ft ... , ? 1 lieSMmVcmiliti' Our Dearest:, You .have been gone for two years today. You were such a strong presence in all of our lives. You deeply touched everyone whoever met you. Know that you are missed. We love you today just as much as we did the day our Lard called you borne to be with Him and with all ' the ones you had loved, who were waiting there far you. ' Know that, as long as we live, the family and friends who . loved you so much continue to love you, and your love will live on in us. We think of you every day and will continue to do so until, at last, the Father brings us hometogether we, will all sit at His feet. ' 1 ttanA f at for and aw 6tM giving. Your Loving Family 7 Howard Gordon Howard Gordon, 68, of Palm Springs, CA passed away on July 10, 2007 in his home of Multiple Myeloma cancer. He was born July 19, 1938, to Maurice and Doris Gordon in Chicago, IL He married Gerda Halbreich on July 10, 1960 in Evanston, IL He was a Certified Public Accountant, Desert Sun Columnist, Radio Broadcaster, and a University of California, Riverside teacher. He was a popular lecturer for business and social organizations throughout the Desert area, as well as the California CPA Society, the AMA, and the Society of Inland Counties' Tax Preparers. He was a founding member and former managing partner of Maryanov, Madsen, Gordon and Campbell CPA firm, founding president of the Desert Estate Planning-Council, a member of the Angel View Crippled Children's Foundation Board of Directors, and the Planned Giving Council of the University of California, Riverside. He was an enthusiast of life, a devoted husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife of 47 years, Gerda Gordon of Palm Springs; daughter Renee Van Hoy of El Sobrante, CA; son Jeff Gordon of La Center, WA; sister Marilyn Singer of Wheeling, IL; daughter-in-laWCarolyn Gordon; son-in-law Dave Van Hoy; and adored grandchildren, Alex Gordon, Devin Van Hoy and Emma Van Hoy. Burial will be conducted at Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, at 9:30 am Friday, July 13, 2007, with a memorial service following at 1 1 .-00 a.m. at Temple Isaiah, 332 W. Alejo Road, Palm Springs. Donations can be made in Howard's memory to either the International Myeloma Foundation, 12650 Riverside Drive, Suite 206, North Hollywood, CA, 91607, or to Angel View Cripples Children's Foundation, 12379 Miracle Hill Road, Desert Hot Springs, CA, 92240. To view and sign this guest-book please visit thedesertsun.comobituaries Who handles news tips? To bring a news story to an editor's attention, call 778-4625 or send an e-mail to localnewsthedesertsun.com JiC. - ... J? ! i"iVi 'i it 1' i I h .! all (Aat l f 4 r'A Donald Horace Gray Donald Horace Gray, 79, passed away in the loving arms of his wife and three children in the peaceful surroundings of his home in Palm Desert, CA on July 8, 2007. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, veteran and successful business man. He was bom in Detroit, Ml on December 1 3, 1927 to Horace G. Gray and Willie A. Gray (Jackson) and raised in Mobile, AL. He is survived by his loving wife, Erlinda Gray of more than 37 years; his children, Derrick Gray, Tricia Siegel and Glyn Gray; his two grandchildren, Cyrus Siegel and Benjamin Siegel; his brother, Glyn J. Gray; and nieces, Jackie Stoudenmire, Jamie Gray and Julie Lugar. He is known for his big smile, southern charm, sense of humor, quick wit and warm heart. He was proud to have served his country in two wars for the Army, Navy, and Merchant Marines. After his military service, he settled in California and successfully started and managed multiple companies from manufacturing to transportation. To his wife and children he was a source of love, wisdom, advice and encouragement as well as a good friend and neighbor to many. He will be missed. Visitation will be on Monday, July 16, 2007, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in the Ramon Chapel at Forest Lawn Mortuary, Cathedral City, CA. Funeral Service will be held the next day, Tuesday, July 17, 2007, 10:00 a.m. in the Ramon Chapel with graveside to follow at Desert Memorial Park, Cathedral City, CA. Forest Lawn Cathedral City is in charge of the arrangements. To view and sign this guest-book please visit thedesertsun.comobituaries CREMATION AND FUNERAL SERVICES Serving Palm Springs, . Desert Hot Springs, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, Palm Desert, Indio, La Quinta and Yucca Valley 327-1257 Mary Read Graveside Service: Friday, July 13th at 10:30am Desert Memorial Park Merlin Kimball Memorial Mass Sacred Heart Church Thursday, July 12th at 9am Gerald Mancini - Funeral Pending Howard Gordon-Graveside Service Friday, July 13th at 9:30am at Desert Memorial Park Memorial Mass at 11am at Temple Isaiah Norval Cumutt- Services to be handled in Indiana William Fiorelli- Memorial Mass Saturday July 14th at 9am at Sacred Heart Church, Palm Desert Private Arrangements Leona Higgins Everett Doe George Elstrom Charles Ross Elizabeth Vandaele James Madden Joseph Pace Edward Martin NOW OPEN IN Desert Hot Springs 327-1257 W I E F E L S klasl mm TP-

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