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mNstammmmma]mipil - .:, mp.gill$leliilini[I. _- _ - - . mlmilailpigalalmealmpalmilmlmialiliaimigi _ - _ , _ _ !lll'21Uld 2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 2010 Candidates Theodoro Castillo, Rogelio Villa IV, Tommy Ray Lopez, Martina Elias, Larry Martinez, Rudy Martinez, Harry Montoya and David Ramos. Hidalgo County Democrats unite at North Park. Courtesy submission The Hidalgo County Demo- cratic Party hosted their first fund raiser cook-out and meet the can- didate rally on Satui:day April 17 th from 4-7 P.M. at North Park. Prominent state candidates seek- ing re-election were Congress- man Harry Teague. District 39 State Represenlative Rudy Martinez. Harry Montoya, who is seeking the democratic nomina- tion for Commissioner of Public Lands. and Joe Campos. seeking the nomination for Lieutenant Governor. Local county, candidates who attended were Theodoro Castilto. Rogelio Villa. Tommy Ray Lopez. Martina Elias, Larry Martinez. David Ramos, and Alfredo Morelos. Current County Commissioner Joey Mora and County Clerk Carmen Acosta go County Democratic Chairman Robert Parra David Ramos, Rep. Harry Teague and Larry Martinez. Special "Got Shots? Protect Tots! were also present. During the rally, candidates spoke about their credentials. current local and state wide issues and expressed their ideas of a plat- form for the future if elected. The party board stated that this was a success and only the beginning for all Democrats in Hidalgo County. The board would like to thank all Hidalgo County residents and candidates for their valued and continued support in the democratic process and to the Democratic Party. The board looks forward to maintain- o , . , mg a strong democratic ncket in er > to succeed locally and state wide this year The board also stated that-the party will continue to work together in order to have a successful election cycle in keeping New Mexico Blue. The board expresses a spe- cial thanks to the following that made it possiblb for a success on Saturday: City of Lordsburg, Lordsburg Housing Authority, NAPA Auto. Saucedos Super Mar- ket. Genesis Towing, E1 Charro Restaurant. Flying J. Love's Truck Stop, Smith Ford. Randy and Josh Estrada (D.J. Music). Baltazar Dominguez and Deming Air Gas. Winners of the raffle(s) were as follows: Sylvia Corral. Greg Garcia Horaci Z, Lisa Elias. The0doro Castillo, Alice Parra, Jennie Aguilera. and Neomi Parra. The party is planning further ral- lies and meetings in the near fu- ture that will be advertised. "immunization clinics to be held April 26 to May 1, Submitted by NM DOH/Las Cruces The New Mexico Depart- ment of Health and healthcare providers from across the state are partnering to hold special immunization clinics from April 26 to May 1 for children through 18 years old. The spe- cial clinics are part of the "Got Shots? Protect Tots!" immuni- zation campaign. The "Got Shots? Protect Tots!',' immuni- zation campaign is organized by the New Mexico Immunization Coalition. which includes the New Mexico Primary Care AsL sociation and the Department of Health. Particiigatlng providers will offer immumzations to any child, regardless of whether he or she is a.patient or has insur- ance as part of "Got Shots? Pro- tect Tots!" clinics. Many pro- viders will hold clinics on week- ends to accommodate more families. To find a clinic in your area go online to "Immunizations are one of the best tools we have to pro- tect children from serious and preventable diseases?' said Health Secretary Alfredo Vigil, MD. "The special clinics around the state are a perfect opportunity for parents to get their child's immunizations up- to-date." Approximately 40 private practices, community health centers and public health offices are participating in the "Got Shots? Protect Tots!" immuni- zation clinics. This is the third year that members of the New Mexico Immunization Coalition have partnered for quarterly "Got Shots? Protect Tots!" events. During all the 2008 and 2009 events, providers gave more than 15.000 immuniza- tions to more than 6.000 chil- dren across the state. "Providers are offering ex- tra clinics and the ability to walk-in without an appointhaent as part of a community effort to keep our children safe and protected from vaccine-prevent- able diseases," said Anna Pentler. executive director of the New Mexico Immunization Coalition. 6 The "Got Shots? Protect Tots!" immunization clinics are being held in conjunction with National Infant Immunization Week. New Mexico was se- lected this year to host the in= augural events, which will be held in Las Cruces and Roswell. The Department of Health provides free immunizations at public health clinics in every county for children whose par- ents are not insured. Immuni- zations are the best way to pro- tect children from serious, pre- ventable diseases: Public health offices are listed in the blue pages of the phoneb0ok or online at www'nmhealthmrg" 412 Wabash Ave Lordsburg, NM RdreshmentS will be served! Friday, c00pril 30 12:00 - 3:00 PM Ribbon Cutting at 1:00 PM Obituaries Roger Barka Diaz Roger Barka Diaz, 49. a resident of Lordsburg passed away on Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at his home. Visitation began at 4 p.m. on Mon- day, April 19. 2010 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Lordsburg followed b y the holy ro- sary at 6 p.m. led by Father Mic hael Wil- liams. Con: eluding ser- vices with Roger Barka Diaz [/ military honors took place on Wednesday, April 21. 2010 at 1t a.m. at Shakespeare Cem- etery in Lordsburg. Roger was born in Lordsburg on November 23, 1960 to Enrique R. and Mary Elizabeth (Barka) Diaz. Roger had many friends and family that will truly miss his company, laugh, and friendship. He graduated from Lordsburg High School and enlisted in the United States Marine Corp. He was an avid outdoorsman, who loved hunting, fishing, camp- ing, and being around all his friends. He was a Miami Dol- phins fan and loved any sport he had the opportunity to par- ticipite in. Roger was a mem- ber of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. He is survived by his long- time companion Nellie Perea of the family home: son Nicholas Paul Diaz of Las Cruces: broth- I Dominic Xavier Gandara Dominic Xavier Gandara was born March 31. 2010 in Gil- bert, Arizona. He" weighed 7 pounds. 8 ounces and was 21 inches long. His proud parents are Richard and Ashley Gandara of Chandler, Arizona. Proud grand- parents are Carmen and Cornelio Gandara of Lordsburg, NM, and Silvia Cervantes of Chandler, AZ. and Jesus Cervantes of Reno, NV Dominic is welcomed by all 'of his uncles, aunts "and cousins throughout the Phoenix area. ers, Bobby Gonzales of Lordsburg, Eddie Joe Diaz and his wife Margaret of Silver City and Henry Diaz, Jr. of Texas. He considered Pablo and Iola Diaz a second set of parents whom he lived with until 6 years of age along with Frank Diaz and Doris Alarcon. His aunts and uncles include Alice Barka, Willie, Jimmy, and Eddie Barka and numerous cousins. He is preceded in death by his parents. Pallbearers were Patrick and Angel Ramirez. Lawrence Hood, Alfonso "Chito" Ornelas. Eddie and Victor Ornelas. Hon- orary pallbearers are David Ramirez, Jimmy Garza. David Craig, Sammy Mejia, Alonzo Madero, Guadalupe Lopez, An- tonio Quintana, Bill Looker, Frank Diaz and all his many friends. To send condolences. please login to: Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels of Sil- ver City, Baca's Silver City Cre- matory, 3805 Delk Drive. Phone 388-2334. Exclusive provider for "Veterans & Fam- ily Memorial Care" Joe "JoJo" Escobar Jr Joe "JoJo" Escobar Jr., 51, a resident of Lordsburg entered eternal rest on Saturday, April 17, 2010 at Gila Regional Medical Center. Visitation was held at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church fol- lowed by the prayer vigil and ro- sary at 6 p.m. recited by Father Mike Williams. The Mass of Res- urrection was held at 10 am on Thursday, April 22. 2010 at St. Joseph's Catholic with Father Mike Williams officiating. The rite of committal and interment followed at the Shakespeare Cemetery. Joe was on born July 10, 1958 to Joe L. and Ventura (Machado) Escobar. He was born in Los Angeles. CA. Mr. Escobar enjoyed fishing and hanging out with his many friends. He loved watch collecting, antiques, rum- mage sales and was a Raiders fan. He also served with the National Guard in South Carolina. Joe is survived by his par- ents. companion Betty Bourassa: brothers Albert Escdbar and com- panion Carol of Lordsburg and Billy Escobar and wife lvonne of Phoenix: sisters Margaret Aguilera and husband Eddie of Lordsburg, Susie Escobar. Ramona lvarez of Tucson, and Mary Lou Alvarez of Bell Gar- dens, CA. and Uncle Nick Polumbo and wife Polly of Lordsburg. Also surviving him is his little Chihuahua and 19 nieces and nephews. He was preceded in deattl by wife Cheryl Walton Escobar. ma- ternal and paternal grandparents and niece Analyzia Sarifiana. Pallbearers were Billy Escobar. Danny Palumbo. An- thony Sarifiana, Dwight Escobar, Vinton Tahbo and Adrian Alvarez. Honorary bearers listed are Eddie Aguilera, Mark Escobar, Steven Alvarez, Nick Polumbo Jr.. Jose Alvarez, Richard Tahbo and all his nieces & nephews. T o Joe"JoJo" send con- Escobar Jr dolences, please login to: Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels of Silver City, 3805 Delk Drive. Phone 388-2334. Exclusive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care" Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, April 26 Chicken Sandwich Celery Sticks ,Tater, Tots .......... Cottage Cheese Peaches Tuesday, April 27 Beef Stew Cabbage Cornbread/Margarie Fruit Salad Wednesday, April 28 Chicken Fajita Chile Beans/Cheese Lime Gelatin/Pineapple Flour Tortillas Thursday, April 29 Chile Dogs Baked Potato Wedges Chuckwagon Blend Vegetables Mandarin Oranges Friday, April 30 Lemon Baked Chicken Rice Cucumber Salad/Dressing Beets Spice Cake Deming Silver City area (575) 546-0070 (575) 537-0777 Local Calls (575) 542-3330 Reasonably Priced Funeral And CrematiOn Services Excellence in service and care ,for your family should always be affordable... It can and always will be with us. i i I PUBLIC NOTICE/NOTICIA PUBLICA Discharge Permit Application / Aplicacion para Permiso para Descargar: For up to 1,000,000 gallons per day of domestic wastewater and up to 25,000 gallons per day of industrial wastewater to a treatment and disposal system; Hasta 1.000.000 de galones por dia de agues residuals domesticas y hasta 25.000 de galones por dia de agues residuals industrials a un sistema de tratamiento y disposicion Applicant & Discharge Location / Solicitante & Sitio de Descarga: City of Lordsburg WWTP, North of Power Plant Rd, East of North St., Lordsburg For More Information / Para Mas lnformacion (DP-625): Ground Water Quality Bureau / Seccion de Agua Subterranea NM Environment Department / Departamento del Medio Ambiente (505) 827-2900 (public notices) Information in this public notice was provided by the applicants and will be verified by NMED during the permit application review process. 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