The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico on March 21, 1989 · 4
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The Santa Fe New Mexican from Santa Fe, New Mexico · 4

Santa Fe, New Mexico
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Tuesday, March 21, 1989
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A-4 THE NEW MEXICAN Suita Fe. N.M.,-Tuesday, March 21, 1989 TUESDAY March 21, 1989 POLICE NOTES Police and sheriff' officers are investigating the following reports: . Responding to an alarm, police caught a burglar Sunday inside the Flower Market at 1996 Warner St. The suspect was found hiding in a storage closet. The owner reported that only coin' from the cash register were missing. Arrested was Ernest Brian Goke, 28, of 1616 Third St. A man driving on East Alameda near Pasco de Peralta on Friday was hit from behind by a man in a large blue Ford truck. When the victim got out to check the damage to his car, the other man got out of his truck and tried to slash the victim In the face with a knife. The suspect is described as 37-40 years old, 5 feet 2 inches tall, with a dark complexion and a dark mustache. TWo girls, ages 8 and 10, and residents of the MOO block of Cerrillos Road reported Saturday that a neighbor opened the door to his home and exposed his genitals to them. The suspect later said that he had been in the bathroom and was naked when the, 'phone rang. The girls told, police the man had exposed himself before. A home in the 500 block of Plaza Balentine was burglarized Sunday. Taken was a crystal ashtray valued at S130, two bottles of wine, $150 in coins and a cash register drawer valued at $200. ' A Toyota camper was. found by police in-the 1900 block of Cerrillos Road Monday morning with its engine still running and a dog inside. The owner later called police to report the camper was stolen. An office in the 800 block of Warner Street was reported ransacked Monday morning. Nothing was taken. A fight erupted Saturday between - two men who had been playing darts at the Desert inn on Old Santa Fe Trail. One man wants to press charges against the other. A yellow Dodge recreational vehicle was reported stolen Sunday from the . 800 block of Fayette Street. . Someone took a radar detector valued at $128 from a Chevrolet Camera on Sunday when the car was parked at McDonalds or the High Mesa Inn on Cerrillos Road. : Everisto Joe Gurulfe was arrested for. trying to pass had check for $355 at the Sunwest Bank branch on Rodeo Road. Bank employees reported the bank had previously taken worthless checks totaling $3,819 from Gunile. Clothes, credit cards and $250 cash were taken Sunday from a car parked . outside the office of Coronado Condominiums at 2800 Cerrillos Road. The . cash, two money bags under the car seat, belonged to the Santa Fe school district. A 1976 Ford pickup was stolen Sunday in an apartment parking lot in the 2700 block of Galisteo Road. M Someone tried to break Into a city warehouse at 1121 Alio St. over the weekend. Damdge was estimated at $350. Four buildings that house the state Department of Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources were broken into over the weekend. Locks were broken, $20 was taken from a desk and a hinge was taken from a wall. A woman said her wallet was stolen Friday at the Bull .Ring restaurant on Old Santa Fe Trail. Missing are credit cards,-a checkbook, a ring valued at $400, a personal check for SL600 and $120 in cash. Burglars broke into the US West building at 1117 Calls La Resolana over the weekend, faking S15 in coins from a vending machine, kicking In doors and breaking the window of a company van. DONT MISS Santa Fe Community College Is offering a variety of short .courses and workshops about the environment. GARCIA, Susie R., IS - A life long resident of Santa Fe, passed away Sunday morning at St Vincent Hospital following a sudden illnesi. -She was born in Terrero, New Mexico and was the daughter of the late Luis and Rufina Rivera. She was the store manager of . the Mor-Value Stamp Redemption Center and wu a bookeeper for her husbands business, Pete's Appliance Service. She was a member of La Union Proctectiya, and the American Association of Retired Persons-Her husband, the late Pete Gorcto, 1 preceeded her in death in 1973. Vistitation was held at Berardinelli Mortuary on Monday when a rosary was recited at 7:30 p.m. . Visitation will begin at 3:00 p.m. today where a rosary will be recited 'at 7:30 p.m. at the Berardinelli Mortuary. The Maas of Christian Burial will he celebrated Wednesday morning, at 10:30 from St. Francis Cathedral. Interment will follow in the Santa Fe National ; Cemetery. Arrangements are through Berardinelli Mortuary, 9834331. GONZALES, Margartto C. - A reorient of San Leandro, CA passed1 ,a. He Diane Garrick and husband John of Fremont CA; hto parents, Leopolds Gonzalei and wife Elvira iof Las Vegas; 2 toothers, Elov Gonzales and wife Mary of Af-Ibuquerque, Bonifacio Gonzales of las Vegas; l sister, Amabelle Montoya and husband Frances of las Vegas; father and motheHn-2aw, Renaldo Lucero and wife Ced-41a of Santa Fe; siiter-in-law, Alice Xaywood and husband Cary of San Jose, CA; . numerous nieces and fepbews. Rotary services will be "Natural History of the Arid Lands of New Mexico" will acquaint students with the soils, vegetation, animal com-. munities, geology and the fossil past of New Mexico. Students will participate in field trips throughout the state. The six-week course will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Tuesdays beginning March 28. "Hoot for Owls" will explore the world of the forest at night. Students will learn the techniques to call owls and to locate nests and roosts. This course will be held 7 to 9 p.m. on April 18. "Animal Tracking" will cover tracking techniques, animal gaits and other clues to animal behavior. The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 27. Other classes include "Vegetation and Wildf lowers of the Southwest" and "Earth Walks." I For more Information,' call 471-8200, ext. 251. COURTS The following people were arraigned Monday in Magistrate Court: Joe Everisto Gurule, 32, of 1783 Hopewell St. or. 703 Alar id St. was charged with fraud. He is being held in the Santa Fe County Jail Iri lieu of a $10,000 property or $1,000 cash bond. Joe Henry Romero, 22, of 2800 Cerrillos Road, Apt. 1, was charged with residential burglary and larceny. -He Is accused of breaking into a house in the'1000 block of Hillcrest Drive and taking camera equipment and jewelry. He is being held in the Santa Fe County-jail in Jieu of a $15,000 property or $1,500 cash bond. Ernest Brian Coke, 28, of 1616 Third St., was charged with commercial burglary and criminal damage to property. He is accused of breaking into The Flower Market at 1996 Warner Ave. on Sunday. He Is being held in the Santa Fe County jail in lieu of a SLOOO property or $500 cash bond. Antonio Celestino Urban Jr., 20, of 1429 Agua Fria St., was charged with two counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. He is accused of striking a woman with a hammer. Urban is being held In the Santa Fe County jail in lieu of a $10,000 property or $1,000 cash . The following people have been indicted by a Santa Fe Grand Jury: Ruben Cavala, 21, 618 Agua Fria Street on charges of attempting to commit a felony while armed with a' deadly weapon. He allegedly tried to rob a woman with a knife July 5, 1988. ' Robert Mearant, 24, 475 Camino del Campo on charges of possessing cocaine and marijuana on Dec. 16, 1988. Wilma Romero, 37 and Benjie Tapia, 25, both of 517 Barela Lane, on charges -of shoplifting four video cassette recorders from Walmart Dec. 19, 1988. Edward B. Ortega, 21, Rt. 5 Box 258, on three counts of burglary. He allegedly broke into three pickup trucks on Feb. 5. David Carl Wilson, 30, 2001 Airport Road on charges of bringing vodka Into the county jail on Jan. 27. Andrew "Andrea" Gallegos, 45, 1519 Camino Sierra Vista on charges of possessing cocaine and stolen property on Jan. 24. CORRECTIONS CLARIFICATIONS Only firefighters with local governments are eligible to buy up to 10 years of credited service under the Public Employees Retirement Act for previous federal government employment under a Mil approved by the 1909 state Legislature. HB 269, sponsored by Santa Fe Democrat Rep. Ben Lujan, extends the purchase option through June 30, 1992. The option originally was allowed in 1987 but was extended this year because of unexpected delays In processing federal government paperwork, Lujan said. The New Mexican Incorrectly reported Sunday that all state employees are eligiMe. conducted Tuesday evening at 8:00 from Our Lady of Sorrows Church. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 12:00 Noon from Our Lady of Sorrows Church with Father Milton Garcia as celebrant Interment will follow at the Los Alamos Oemtery, Los Atomitos, NM. Arrangements are under the direction of the Rodgers Mortuary. GUI EGO, Jui B., 81 - A lifelong resident of TesUque, passed sway at hto home on Saturday following a lengthly illness. He was the son of the late Secundino and Magdalena Rodriquez Griego and was born June 34, 1902 in Tesuque. Survivors include hto wife Teresito Griego of Tesuque; one daughter, Nellie Griego and husband Alfonso of Tesuque; a son-in-law, Ernest Duran of Tesuque; one brother, Antonio Griego and hto wife Rose of Manuel Ortega and of Tesuque; a grandaughter, Eleanor Duran of Tesuque; and many other ntocee and nephewi. Visitation wu held yeateraay afternoon at 3:00 p.m. from the San Isidro Catholic Church in Tesuque wherea pariah rosary was recited at 7:00 p.m. The Mass of Christian Burial .will be celebrated today at 10:00 a.m. from the San Isidro Church with interment to follow in the Tesuque Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will he: Juan Ortega, ' Richard Montoya, Federico Griego. Peter Rodriguez, Ruebd Duran ana Julian Nieto. Antonio C. Griego will deliver the eulogy. Arrangements are through Berardinelli Mortuary, 963-4331. HERRERA, Joe. Beany, 41 - A resides! of Santa Fe, passed away at 84. Vlaceat Hospital eariy Sua- 4 Santa Fe outlook Today Gearing, warmer High: 52 low: 25 Sunrise: 6:07 sunset: 6:16 Tomozzow Mostly sunny High: 54 low: 27 Sunrise: 6:05 sunset: 6:17 Thursday Mild, breezy High: 61 low: 34 Sunrise: 6:05 sunset: 6:18 193 - Weather satellite photo taken at 3:15 pan MST Monday shows douds over allot New Mexico. National outlook Rain is forecast bom the Rio Grande Valley of Texas through the Tennessee Valley and the central Gulf Coast states to the mid-Atlantic coast, with thunderstorms most likely hum the central Gulf Coast to the CaroOnas. Snow is expected from the upper Ohio Valley to northern New England, with rainshowers from the northern and central Pacific Coast to northwest Montana. Fair to partly sunny skies are forecast for the rest of the nation. High temperatures are expected to remain below 50 from the high, plains region to the northern half of the Atlantic coast; in the 20s and lower 30s from the Dakotas through the Great Lakes region to northern New England; in the 70s and 80s in southern Arizona, southern and central California and from the central and eastern Gulf Coast to the' southern Atlantic coast Susie Garcia Visitation will be held today for Susie R. Garda, 68, a former store manager and resident of Santa Fe. Mrs.' Garda died of heart failure Sunday at St Vincent Hospital. Visitation will begin at 3 p.m. at Berardinelli Mortuary, with a rosary recital at 7:30. p.m. A Mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St Francis Cathedral, followed by burial in Santa Fe National Cemetery. Mrs. Garda was the manager of the Mor-Vahie Stamp Redemption day morning following a lengthy illoeu. He to servived by two sons: Frank Herrera of Albnqnerqne and Benny D. Herrera of Santa Fe; two etep-eons: Randy and Ezeqnkl Baca of Santa Fe; two step-daugb-tors: Cecilia and Magdalena Baca both of Santa Fe; three brothers: Arthur Herrera, George Herrera and bis wife Cecilia, and Steve Herrera and hto wife Snean of Santa Fe; two sisters: Anne Gonzalei and Diana Herrera all of 8aata Fe; five nephews: Gary Thompson. Ricky Thompson Jr., Robert Thompson, Steve Herrera Jr., and Jamie Goo-, sales an of Santa Fe; hto. ex-wlfe, Lydia Herrera of Santa Fe; many . nodes, antis, and cousins: He was preceded la death by hie father Roberta Herrera in 177, his mother Cara Herrera la 1887, and a nephew Rkky Thompson Sr. to 1988. He also leaves behind a very dear family Mead, Jane Sandoval and several very deer frineds. Visitation wu held at' 0:10 p.m. yesterday at the Berardlaelll Mortuary Chapel where i rosary was recited at 7: IS p.m. Thera will also he a visitation today from 2:09. on antil a parish rosary at 7:10 p.m. also at Bcrardl-aeUls. The Man of Christina Burial will he celebrated Wednesday awning at 11:10 a.m. Aram the Crista Rey Church. Interment wfil follow la the Rosario Cemetery. Arrangements are through Berardinelli Mortaary, IS34331. MARTINEZ, Seferino, 14 Life long resident of Alcalde, passed away Monday at St Vincent Hospital. He wu preceeded in death by a son, the tote Levi Sandoval on November 5, 1987. Surviving him are hto wife, Pelegrina of the home: thru sou: Tito, Peter and Lawrence and wife Henrietta all of Alcalde; two daughters: Lilian DeVargas of Al- AocuWeo9iorfofocast for Tuesday DayftneCondSSonsandliflhTeinpeiatiifes New Mexico outlook Snow advisory today before noon in the South-Central Mountains and Southeast Plains. ' Snow ending in the southeast before noon. Otherwise fair skies by afternoon with highs 40s and low 50s in the east to 60s extreme southwest Tonight dear, with lows from the teens and 20s in the mountains to the upper 20s and 30s at lower elevations. New Mexico temperatures Extremes Santa Fa: 5S41 OBITUARIES Center from 1969 to 1976, when the store dosed, and was a bookkeeper for her husband's business, Pete's Appliance Service. She was a member of La Union Protectiva Feminina and the American Association of Retired Persons. She was bom Nov. 7, 1920, in Terreiro. Survivors include three daughters, Maria Garda-McCown, and . Rose Garcia-Block, both of Santa Fe, and Angela Saiz, of Woodinville, Wash.; two sons, Peter C Garda Jr. and Joseph A. Garda, both of Santa Fe; a brother, Anastado Rivera of Sun City, Ariz.; a grandson she calde and Nancy and husband Dan-' ny Torrez of Grants; three brothers: Tobias, Antonio, and Juan Martinez and wife Francis all of Alcalde; brothers- and stoten-in-tow: Carlotta Martinez of San Juan' Pueblo, Carolina Romero of Dixon, Fans Duran and wife Cordelia of Albuquerque and Celestino Duran and wife Priscilla of San Jose, California; eleven grandchildren, 10 greatgrandchildren, and many other relatives. Rosary will be held at 7:30 this evening at Block-Satozar Mortuary. Funeral services will be held Wednesday from SL Annes Church in Alcalde with interment following in the Santa Fe . National Cemetery. Block Salem-Mortuary. McGEE, Bette N., 00 - A resident of Santa Fe, passed away Sunday, March 19th at SL Vincents Hospital. She wu born August 3, 1920 at Portland, Indiana, the daughter of Monte W. and GL She wu . raised Doufitos, Arizona. Pros McGee and he wen married on February 2, 1942 at Gallup, N9w Mexico. Several months later they moved to Santa Fe where they opened and operated for many yean Memorial Chapel and Memorial Garden Cemetery. Mrs. McGee held a funeral directors license and wu active in the operation of the funeral home and cemetery. She wu a member of the Stitch and Bitch Club of Santa Fe, a member of the Chamber of Commerce, the Santa Fe Zonta Club and active in other civic organization. She wu a member of SL Johns United Methodist Church. Her husband, Pros McGee preceded her In death in December of 1985. She to survived by her son, Larry McGee of Tucson, Arizon; her daughters: Janet Block and husband Mike of NewMexico Darning Rad River . . . helped raise, Pete Neil Garcia of Santa Fe; and three granddaughters. Elsewhere Steven Pyle MILWAUKEE - Steven J. Pyle, an Associated Press photographer whose assignments took him from papal travels in, Latin America to Super Bowls and Olympic Games, his died. He was 45. Pyle, Wisconsin photo editor, died Saturday after surviving more than a month on an artificial heart- Albuquerque, and Meridith Batoer and husband George, of Virginia Beach, Virginia; 5 grandchildren: Christian McGee, RlrthMcGro, Brandon Block, Andrea Block and Ruu Batoer. Slaters-in-law: Frances Crim of Gamiel, Arkansas, Winifred White of Portales, NM, nd Ivhon Graham and husband Warren of Stratford, Oklahoma. Visitation will from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday and Wednesday at McGee Memorial Chapel. Funeral Services are acheduled for 2:00 p.m. Thursday at McGee Memorial Chapel, with Dr.. B.C. Goodwin officiating. Burial will follow at Memorial Gardena Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of McGee Memorial Chapel, 1320 Lutoa, 983-9151. PHELPS, Grace A., 85 - A resident of Loo Alamos, died of cancer on March 19, 1969 at the Lot Alamos Medical Center. She wu born in Agra, Kansu, taught school in Colorado, and movedto Los Alamos in 1951. She to survived by her husband, Robert Thayer of Los Alamos; her daughter, Susan Hull of Valencia. California; and a litter, Hud Ciarlne in California: and a totoher, Wu Hamilton in Colorado. No services will bo held. Memorial Contribution can be made to the American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 192, Santa Fe, NM, 97501. BeranUndU Mortuary, 9634331 SIMMS, Ethd Hays, 67 - A resident of Santa Fe, passed away Sunday morning, Mareh 19th at her home. She wu born March 13, 1893 at Billings, Montana, the daughter of George and Jennie Haya. She trained at the Art Students League in New York, followed by a life tong career in Commercial Art and u a Syndicated Newspaper Artist for National M Alice, Texas. : 94 11 Yellowstone, Wye.. . -13 4. k assist device. He suffered, a heart' attack. Feb. 12 . and underwent multiple bypass surgery. i Pyie, a 16-year AP. veteran, headed Wisconsin photo operations'; for the news cooperative the past 131 years and frequently handled out-of- state assignments. He covered five trips by popes;-; the UJL-Soviet summit in Iceland political convention; and the shut- tie Challenger disaster. His sports, assignments included Super Bowls,! World Series, the Kentucky Derby and Olympics at Calgary and Los. Angeles. J . . The Associated Press! ' 4 4 Heard Publication. During the 1980s she illustrated the Flapper Fumy cartoon series. Originally living in Kansu City, Missouri, she moved to Santa Fe in 1948. Diving .her retirement years she painted numerous portraity of Indians of the ' Southwest. She was active in the Santa Fie Altrusa Club and served for several years u a volunteer at the old SL Vincent's Hospital. She wu preceded in death by her husband,. William Coy Shim in 1972. Survivors include her two son: Preston W. Simms end wife Marion of Santa Fe, and William C. Simms and wife Helen of Templeton, California; two daughten: Barbara Simms Spink and wMhami Bill of Santa Fe, and Dorothy Simms Kath and husband Delbert of Megilto, California; and 7 grandchildren and 3 grutgnwfrcfaUdren. Cramationhu taken place In Santa Fe and a Memorial Service and burial will take place at a later date in Billings, Montana. Arrangements an under the direction of McGee Memorial Chapel, 1330 Lutoa, 903-M51. , THANK YOU TbS family of ADELINA G. SOTO would like to thank our many .relatives and friends for the love and concern extended to u during the recent lou of our dew mother. We are gmtetal for the kind acts of sympathy, the food brought to our bomee and the monetary contributions. A special thinks to Brother - Teieda of SL Michael's High Scool, John Siebenlist and McGee Memorial Chapel. May God bleu all of you. To place funeral or memorial notices, call 9824451. -(Paid advertising)

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