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B Paso Times Thursday, Aug. 25, 2005 FOR YOUR INFORMATION BORDERLAND LOTTERY WINNERS The winning lotto numbers drawn Wednesdays BotuBal Estimated jackpot $42 million. Number of winners: none. Next drawing: 9J2 pm Saturday. Estimated next jackpot $44 million. The winning Cash 5 numbers drawn Wednesday: loYis 18 23 291 In Cash 5, the prize money is based on the amount of sales made in this game before each drawing. Next drawing: 9:12 p.m. today. The winning Pick 3 numbers drawn Wednesday morning: The winning Pick 3 numbers drawn Wednesday night There are two Pick 3 drawings daily Mondays through Saturdays. Players pay 50 cents to $5 to choose three numbers from 0 to 9, and can win $250 to $2,500 by matching the three numbers drawn in exact order. Smaller prizes are available for matching numbers in any order. Prizes are determined by the amount the player wagered. Next drawings: 11:27 a.m. and 9:12 p.m. today. The winning Texas Two Step numbers drawn Monday: Bonus Ball In Texas Two Step, players pick four numbers from 1 to 35 in one field and choose a bonus ball number from 1 to 35 in another field. The top prize starts at $200,000. Next drawing: 9:12 p.m. today. The winning Mega Millions numbers drawn Tuesday: ' , A A , .A A A A Megaplier f Estimated jackpot: $84 million. Number of winners: none. Next drawing: 9:12 p.m. Friday. Estimated next jackpot: $97 million. Tickets matching the first five numbers receive an estimated $250,000. The Megaplier option may be chosen for an additional $L Any non-jackpot prize will be multiplied by the Megaplier number (2, 3 or 4) drawn if the winner bought the Megaplier feature. The winning Powerball numbers drawn Wednesday: Hew Mexico Fowerbal Tl2635)5r' Power Play Estimated jackpot: $25 million. Number of winners: unavailable. Next drawing: 8:59 p.m. Saturday. Estimated next jackpot: unavailable. Tickets matching the first five numbers receive an estimated $100,000. The Power Play option may be chosen for an additional $L Prizes from $3 to $100,000 are multiplied by 2, 3, 4 or 5 if a player has chosen the Power Play option. Paid classified BLIZZARD William H. Blizzard, 81, passed away on Sunday, August 21, 2005. He was a retired Special Agent for the OSI and a retired Educator with the YISD. He is survived by the love of his life, Hazel L. Blizzard, to whom he was married for 59 years, sons William H. Blizzard, Jr., and wife Michele, James H. Blizzard and wife Sherry, daughters Hazel Linda Brown and husband William, Lisa V. Borrego and husband Juan, seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren. A visitation will be held on Thursday, August 25, 2005 from 4:30 p.m. until 7:30 p.m. at Hillcrest Funeral Home. Graveside Service will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, August 26, 2O05 at the Fort Bliss National Cemetery with full military honors. Directed by HILLCREST FUNERAL HOME. 1060 Carolina Drive 598-3332 by La Paz Home. GARDEA Raymond Angel Gardea, MD, cherished husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend passed away August 20, 2005. He was born in El Paso, January 23, 1922 and was raised in El Se-gundo Barrio where he attended Aoy Elementary and his beloved Bowie High School. After graduating from "Lo Bowie", he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served in the U.S. Army Air Corps, during World War II. Upon his return, he graduated from Texas Western College and the ot Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. It is while attending medical school in Galveston that he met his dearest love, Eleanor. DE LA ROSA Perfedo S. De La Rosa, 61 yean. Funeral mass: 10 am Thursday 8-25-05 at Our Lady of Guadalupe. Burial at Ft. Bliss Cemetery. Survivors: wife, Aurora De La Rosa, son, Christopher, daughters, Letty, Sylvia, Susana, Cristina, brother, Cruz. Arrangements ... Together, they made El Paso their home, working and raising five children. Roymond to the fullest and enjoyed music, art, graphy, and LI ing. ne was tive and the community. One 3 pasotimes.com FYI ONLINE A lot of helpful information for El Pasoans is available at the Times' Web site, including: How to contact your lawmakers. Where to take recyclables. This week's school lunch menus. Veterans meetings. And several more tidbits. STAR LIGHTER The Star on the Franklin Mountains may be lighted in honor of an El Pa-soan or an El Paso business. Tonight the star is lighted: Dick Poe Family of Dealerships proudly sponsors the Star so that our troops overseas can find their way back home to the Star City. The cost to light the star is $35 a night, $200 a week or $1,000 a month. To light the star, call the Greater El Paso Chamber of Commerce, 534-0500, one week in advance. SCHOOL MENUS School menus for today in area school districts and the David Carrasco Job Corps Center. All meals include milk: Anthony Breakfast waffles, fruit. Lunch: beef burritos, salad, rice, pinto beans, fruit Burnham Wood Charter Breakfast: choice. Lunch: chicken flautas with lettuce, tomato, sour cream, salsa, fideo, churros. Clint Breakfast: muffin squares. Lunch: sub sandwich with vegetables fixings, potato chips, fruit. El Paso Breakfast mini pancakes, Texas toast, cinnamon toast Lunch: oven-baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, fruit and wholewheat roll. Fabens Breakfast: scrambled eggs, fruit or juice, toast. Lunch: meatloaf, gravy, mashed potatoes, Mexican squash, wheat bread. Gadsden Breakfast cereal with graham crackers or cinnamon-glazed French toast, juice. Lunch: red enchilada, lettuce, tomato, ranch beans, chocolate-chip cookie, pears. Region 19 3-5 Head Start Breakfast: oatmeal, Pop Tart. Lunch: Mexi-cale tuna, saltine crackers, carrot sticks, salad dressing, rosy applesauce. San Elizario Breakfast pancakes, juice or fruit. Lunch: beef and potato burrito, green beans, salsa, fruit. Socorro Breakfast: scrambled eggs, sausage links. Lunch: turkey roast, sandwich or chef salad, hot roll, mashed potatoes, peas, fruit cocktail. Ysleta Breakfast breakfast burrito. Lunch: barbecue chicken, potato salad, watermelon, hot roll. Job Corps Breakfast juice, cereal, doughnut, bacon omelet, fried potatoes, fruit. Lunch: soup, roast turkey with gravy, spaghetti with meat sauce, mashed potatoes, garlic toast, green beans, salad, cheesecake. NMSU AWARDS At its fall opening convocation Aug. 18, New Mexico State University honored 12 faculty and staff members. Anne Hubbell, an assistant professor in communication studies and Al- Funeral of his proudest achievements was a founding member ond first medical di rector of Father Rahm Clinic, now known as Centro Salud ' Familiar La Fe. Raymond loved the practice of medicine and helping others, especially those in need. He credited others for encouraging him in his life and it influenced, him to serve his community. His civic work included a Presidential appointment to the National Advisory Council on Medical Education, working for disadvantaged children as the President of the Southwest Educational Development Laboratory, serving as 0 member of the Senior Leadership Curriculum Committee ' in El Paso, and as an El Maida Shrine Greeter. The Texas Medical Association recognized him for over fifty years of membership. Numerous schools and civic organization! honored Raymond during his life. He, was recognized as an Out University gil 7:00 Mass 10:00 standing Ex Student at the University of Texas at El Paso and Bowie High School, but of all his accomplishments, Ray ing. lived life mond was most proud of his family. He was preceded in death by his pa dancing, photo may learn- rents, Juan and luz Gardea, his brothers John and Carlos Gardea, his sister very ac tund, involved in munity or El '"V SMOOTH SURFACE which is expected to be finished in a month, will be home to the Mountain View Dermatology Center. ison Mann, an assistant professor in nursing, each received Patricia Christmore Faculty Teaching Awards of $500. Christine Eber, an associate professor in sociology and anthropology, received the Dennis W. Damall Faculty Achievement Award. Haobin Wang, an assistant professor in chemistry and biochemistry; Debra Knapp, an assistant professor in physical education, recreation and dance; Vincent Gutschick, a professor in biology; Stephen Horan, head of the Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering; and Enrico Pontelli, an associate professor in computer science, each received University Research Council Awards for Exceptional Achievement in Scholarly Activity. Elizabeth Aranda, executive secretary to the academic officer at NMSU-Alamogordo; Mary Ida Baca, associate vice provost for international programs; David Lujan, Fabian Garcia Research Center; and Ivan Strnad, manager of Computer Sciences Department Operation Group, each received FirstLight Federal Credit Union Staff Achievement Awards of $1,500. TODAY'S EVENTS Valley meeting: The Save the Valley 21 Neighborhood Association will meet at 6:30 p.m. today at the Ysleta High School Auditorium, 8600 Alameda. Information: 858-2030. Free posture screenings: Check your posture for better health with a free spinal and posture screening from 11 am to 1 p.m. today at Sierra Providence Lomaland Center, 1380 Lomaland. Information: 577-6000. MAKE PLANS Help needed: Dancers, chili eaters and vendors are needed for the Texas Festival Sept. 4 on Texas Avenue between Campbell and Octavia. The registration deadline is Friday. Contestants are needed for the chili-eating competition and a salsa dance competition for both amateurs and professionals. Youth dance teams are also needed. Information: 351-1191 or 351-1680. Parkinson's support: A new Parkinson's disease support group called Obituaries Consuelo Gamboa, and his grandson Josiah Vandertulip. Children's Transportation Fund. Services entrusted to He is survived by his devoted wife Eleanor Covell Gardea and his children and their spouses: Ann Marie and Dale Sunset Funeral Home-West. Ragle, Elena and Price Stanley, Louise OUNSEl FfXFRU.IKIMB and Robert Vandertulip, Raymond and Patricia Gardea, and Margaret and Eduardo Servin. Grandchildren Craig, Micah, Asa, and Caleb Vandertulip; Linda, Paul, and Laura Gardea; Amorita Armenda-riz, Christopher Stanley and Patricia Frey; and Rene and Raymond Servin; great grandchildren Kailey and Gryphon Vandertulip; sisters Lucy Martinez and Genevieve Hall, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Visitation will be held on Thursday, August 25, 2005 at Sunset Funeral Home-West from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a vi 587-4408 'Family Owned & Operated' 480 N. Rosier GONZALEZ Mary Lou Gonzalez, 84 of Park Ridge; passed away August 21, 2005; beloved mother of Jim (Carol) and Irma Gonzalez Clark; dear grandmother of Paul (Nisa) Murillo, Tom, John, Grace and George Gonzalez; fond sister of Bertha Maldo-nado, Magus (Manuel) Ahumada, Mundo (Beatriz) Medrano, Belen Campos and Eva Chavez. Visitation will be (August 27, 2005) Saturday 9 a.m. until time of Funeral Mass 10 to be held at p.m. Funeral a.m. at Our Lady of will be held at Hope Church, 9711 W. Devon Ave., a.m., Friday, August 26, 2005 at St. Patrick's Cathe-dral, 1118 N. Mesa Rosemont. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, me with Reverend Richard Matty officiate morials to the American Lung Associa Interment will tion appreciated. Info: Nel son Funeral Home, Park Ridge, tonow at Memory Gardens of the Val ley Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions Illinois. 847-823-5122. be made to St. Patrick's building El Paso Com Foundation, Maida Shrine Apolonio Hernandez while working on a struction at 8820 Hope will have its first meeting at 7 p.m. Friday at Highlands Rehabilitation Hospital, 1395 George Dieter. Information: 346-3216. Final book sale: Select books will sell for two bags for $1 and all other books will be sold for $1 a bag at the final book sale by Friends of the Lower Valley Library. The sale will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the library, 7915 San Jose Road. All proceeds will be used to cover library expenses not included in the budget. Information: Myrtle Ballenger, 859-952L Defeating a gay marriage ban: A meeting to defeat the proposed constitutional amendment banning gay marriage and civil unions will be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Metropolitan Community Church, 900 Chelsea. Matt Glazer of the LesbianGay Rights Lobby of Texas will provide information on the "No Nonsense in November" campaign, dedicated to defeating House Joint Resolution 6. The town-hall-style meeting will cover the resolution and what El Pasoans can do individually and collectively to stop it. Information: 532-6085 or . 751-9046. Farmers' market: The second annual Environmental Fair and Farmers' Market will offer fresh, locally grown produce plus artisans' booths, children's activities, door prizes and more from 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the River Levee Park, off Racetrack Drive between the casino and City Hall in Sunland Park. The event is sponsored by the city of Sun-land Park in conjunction with Ameri-Corps Vistas and Ardovino's Desert Crossing. Admission is free. Information: (505) 589-363L "Weird Texas": Heather Shade, a contributor to "Weird Texas," will sign copies of the recently published collection of strange and unusual stuff across the Lone Star State at 3 p.m. Saturday at the East Side Barnes & Noble, 9521 Viscount Information: 590-1932. Rooster run: Whether you walk or run, you'll have a blast participating in the Child Crisis Center's Rooster Run 5K RunWalk starting at 8 a.m. Saturday at Loretto Academy, 1300 Hardaway. Free T-shirts will be given to the first 300 adult and 150 child JUAREZ SUHAY George Juarez, 54, born on February 22,1951 passed away on August 23, 2005. Mr. Juarez was a lifetime resident of El Paso, Texas. He is survived by his loving wife of 30 years Rosemarie Juarez, son George Anthony Juarez, daughter Denise Marie Juarez, brother Jesus Jose Juarez, and sister Maria Luisa Juarez. Visitation will be held on Thursday, August 25, 2005 from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. with the recitation of the Rosary at 7:30 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home Central. Funeral Mass will be held on Friday, August 26, 2005 at 10:30 a.m. ot St. Raphael Catholic Church, H O R T E N C I A (Vangie) SUHAY, passed away Monday, August 22, 2005 in El Paso. She was a life long resident of El Paso and a member of the Catholic Church. Mrs. Suhay is survived by her husband Carl F. Suhay , Sons: Michael Groh-mann and Mark Grohmann and wife Lorena. Grandchildren: Toni I. Grohmann, Mark A. Grohmann, Taylor Grohmann and Kaitlyn Grohmann. Brothers: Heriberto Encino, and Arturo Encina. Sisters: Isela Reade, Virginia Flint, Belia Acosfa and Beatriz Wooton. Visitation will be Thursday from 4 p.m. to 9 Hillcrest Interment will follow at Evergreen East Home Carolina. Cemetery. Arrange ments under the Vigil Service core of Martin Fu Thursday at at Hillcrest neral Home Central., 3839 Montana Funeral Mass Friday at 12 St. Stephen Ave., (915)566-3955. Church. Members of the family will serve as pallbearers. Thanks to ecial" friends supported her Debra Guibat El Paso Times laid red brick Wednesday building for F.T. James Con Gateway North. The building, registrants. Preregistration costs $15 for adults and $5 for children; it's free for children 5 and younger. On-site registration costs $20 from 6:30 to 7 JO a.m., followed by warm-up exercises. Team registrants will get a $5 discount Awards will be given to the top three competitive runners, family teams and company teams. Information: 562-7955 or www.childcrisis elp.org English classes: Free English classes will be offered from 9 to 11 a.m. Mondays and Wednesdays starting Monday at St. Clement's Church, 810 Campbell. Registration will be 9 to 11 a.m. Monday. Information: 533-4915. Diabetes workshop: Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center School of Nursing in Lubbock will offer "The Essential Concepts of Diabetes Education" workshop from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug. 30 at Texas Tech's El Paso campus, 4800 Alberta. The course is for nurses new to diabetes education, LVNs and other health-care professionals. The cost is $89. Information: 545-6579, (806) 743-2736 or (806) 743-1720. Golden Hills meeting: The Golden Hills Neighborhood Association will have its first regular meeting after the summer break at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 30 at El Paso Mental Health Mental Retardation, 1600 Montana. The guest speaker will be South-West city Rep. Beto O'Rourke. Information: 329-7329. Driver safety: AARP will offer a one-day Driver Safety class from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sept. 1 at the American Red Cross, 3620 Admiral. The cost is $10. Participants may be eligible for a discount on their auto insurance. Information: 850-0290. Lozano breakfast: East-Central city Rep. Jose" Alexandre Lozano will meet with constituents during a community breakfast from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m. Sept. 1 at Alexandra's Restaurant, 5655 Gateway West Information: 541-4572. Mac workshop: Mac users are invited to a workshop from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 3 offered by the El Paso Macintosh Users Group at St. Paul Lutheran Church, 1000 Montana. Information: 566-2201 or www. epmug.org SERVICES ADAMS, ERNESTINE M., 76, Hillcrest Funeral Home-Carolina. ANDAVAZO, JR., RAMON, 27, vigil at hillcrest r.n.-larolina Lhapel, funeral Mass: 10 a.m. Friday at Santa Lucia Catholic Church. Cremations services to follow. Survived by wife Latina, sons Michael, Darien & Raymond III, father Ramon and sisters Dolores & Joann. Arrangements by Hillcrest Funeral Home-Carolina. CAUSTRITA, TRINIDAD T., 84, vigil ot Mt. Larmel r.n. ihapel. runeral service: I p.m. rnday at San Antonio de Padua Catholic Church. Interment: Fort Bliss National Cemetery. Survived by spouse Maria Elena, sons Trinidad & Larrv. daughters Mary Ann & Brenda oy rvw. warmei runeral nome. FEMATH, SR., JESUS JOSE, 77, u" !l i 1 .1. . t ,11 vigil 01 vur may 01 mi. .armei v.ainouc v.nurcn. runeral service: iu a.m. Friday at same church. Interment: Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Survived by spouse Maria I. Femath, sons Juan M., Jesus J., Armando 81 Hector Femath and daughter Rosemary Femath. Arrangements by Mt. Carmel Funeral Home. MARQUEZ, CLARA L, 77, Visitation & Vigil have been held. Funeral mass: IU a.m. loday at it. raul Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Survived sr., sons jose Antonio jr. & Luis marquez and daughter Juana Medi na. Arrangements by Hillcrest Funeral Home-Carolina. MORROW, WALTRAUT A. "SUSIE", 74, Visitation: 2-5 p.m. Sunday 82805 at Restlown F.H. Graveside Service: 9:30 a.m. Monday 82905 at Fort Bliss National Cemetery. Survived by husband David C. Morrow, Sr., sons David C. Morrow, Jr. 81 Edward B. Morrow and sisters Irmtraut Nobles, Karin Quintanilla & Monika Willig. Arrangements bv Restlawn Funeral Home. READ, LUCY, 99, Visitation: 2 r.n.-iaronna mapei, runeral Mass: y a.m. Saturday at it. Joseph Catholic Church. Burial: Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Survived by daughters Eva Jackson 81 Gloria Avila. Arrangements by Hillcrest Funeral nome-larolina. ROCHA, FELIX, 46, Visitation: neral Mass: l:JU p.m. Saturday vice. Survived by parents Fernando & Maria Rocha, brothers Eduardo & rernie and sisters solodad & Luz. Arrangements by Perches Funeral Home. SANCHEZ, CARLOS JESUS, 79, Visitation: 4-9 P.m. Friday with 7 o.m Rosary at Martin F.H. -Central. Funeral Mass: 9:30 a.m. Saturday at! Guardian Angel Catholic Church. Interment: Restlawn Memorial! Park Cemetery. Survived by wife Rosa Maria, sons Carlos Jr. 81 J.C., daughters Leticia, Alicia, Ana, Rosa Isela & Maria de Jesus, brothers I! B P.I! . .1 . t I . I I n 1 . .. m . . . . r p.m. at Funeral will be uno, namon a reux ono sisrer naTiviaog. ny Martin r.n. -Central. 7 p.m. Chapel. her good friends Tina and Amy who lovingly gave care and comfort along with Rose Marie, Hospice and the William Beaumount Army Medical Staff. Interment will be in Fort Bliss National Cemetery. Directed by Hillcrest Funeral Home. 598-3332 1060 Carolina Drive will be noon at Catholic her'So who and INBRIEF - U.S., Mexican officials"", talk about border safety- Representatives of the Mexican and U.S. consulates and gov-' ernment officials " from Chi" huahua and New Mexico met Wednesday in Santa Teresa to discuss public safety and cross-;; border cooperation. The meeting "will contribute to the positive exchange anticF pated when the governors of Chihuahua and New Mexico -meet" on Friday in Las Cruces, the Mexican Consulate in El Pa.- so stated in a news release. Daniel Borunda UTEP names interim director for library Former University of Texas at--El Paso administrator Robert,.; Stakes has been appointed interim library director at the univer- . sity. He will oversee library opera-' tions while a permanent director is sought. Stakes was director of continu- ; ing education at UTEP from 1982-to 1999, and most recently was : interim dean of the library atx' California State University at San Marcos. Erica Molina " Matches, children don't mix, fire officials say The El Paso Fire Department " on Wednesday asked parents to keep matches and lighters locked up after a house fire was started Tuesday by a 4-year-old boy. '' playing with matches. ".',. The fire at 6135 Cleveland was ' one of 16 fires this year started by children playing with matches or ,M-lighters, fire investigators said. Children have been known to ' climb to high places to get tq' matches, investigators said. The fire Tuesday severely -' damaged a bedroom, and the, 1 boy's grandmother received .c first-degree burns to a forearm when she tried to stop the fire, which started on a bed. .,, Daniel Borunda El Pasoan put on state education task force AUSTIN Jimmy Vasquez'. J executive director of Region 19 Education Service Center, wilLu sit on a task force that will help,!" the state define classroom expenditures. -i "It's not going to be an easy "J process," Vasquez said Wednes-i1 day after learning Texas Educa- tion Agency Commissioner Shir- "' ley Neeley invited him to be a ,n task force member. Gov. Rick Perry on Monday an- ; nounced a mandate that all. " Texas school districts, during the next several years, increase classroom spending to 65 per-., cent of their budgets. The task force that will decide ' what counts toward that 65 per-".'i cent includes 15 superintendents, and education service center di- , rectors. The task force's first meeting is,, K planned for Sept. 7. Brandi Grissonw Paid classified '1 IN THE AREA Burial: Cremation. Arrangements by , Visitation: 2-9 p.m. Today with 7 p.m. Visitation: 4-9 p.m. Today with 7 p.m. and brother Santana. Arrangements Visitation: 5-9 p.m. Today with 7 p.m. I f .i . If . 1 m it- ' n I he Apostle Catholic Church. Buna : by husband Jose Antonio Marquez - 9 p.m. Friday with Vigil at HillcrestJ 1 - 3 p.m. Saturday at Perches F.H. Fu- at Perches r.n. Cremation otter ser I T

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