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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY7,2010 LMS holds Transition Day The Lordsburg School District hadTransition Day for all students going to a different school. We had the 4th graders from Southside come and visit Central. At Central they were told the expectations of 5th grade. They toured our building, walk to the high school cafeteria and ate lunch with our 5th graders. Each new fifth grader was given a list of supplies they will need for the coming year. Central is excited to receive these new students. Central would like to thank the Southside teachers for their support. Pictured above and below are the 4th graders who will be entering Central Elementary School next year. Courtesy photos UPCOMING EVENTS Continued from Page I Democratic meeting The Hidalgo County Demo- cratiUParty will meet May 5. 201()qal~he Chambe-~'-Of~ Corn- nament on June 5. 2010 in con- junction with the County Health Fair! Each team should consist of a minimum of four adults, with the remaining participants 15 or older, There is a $50 entry fee per te~im, and each'~eam c~rnates two Walking & Activity Walking & Activity Club meets every Monday- a/rid Wednesday from 1 to'2 p'.m.'ttt the Special Events Center. For more information call 542-8384 merce at 5:30pm. The public is new softballs. Entries will be ext. 104. encouraged to attend, taken until May 15, so hurry and Diabetic Support Group get your team entered! .You may Step Aerobics do this or request more informa- Active & Alive'step aerobics Come join us and stay in- tion by emailing: are held on Tuesdays and Thurs- formed for either yourself, a loved hidalgohealth @ gmail.com or one in your family, or a friend, calling (575)956-3227. days from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. at For those not familiar with our ,, _. __ Central Elementary School. For Diabetes Support Group, we meet AA/NM Ivleetlngs more information call 542-8384 every last Wednesday of each ext. 104. month 10 am-llam in the HMS Conference Room @ 530 E. Demoss Street. here in Lordsburg. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to call Gloria Vargas @ (575)542-3047. Softball Tournament CARES ICommunity Aware- ness Remembrance Education on Suicide) has teamed up with the Hidalgo County Health Consor- Alcoholics Anonymous (AAI meetings are held on Monday at 3 p.m. at the Kokopelli Office and on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings are held Mondays at 5 p.m.. Wednes- days at 3 p.m. and Thursdays at 11 a.m. at Kokopelli and on Sat- urdays at 5:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. For more m- Gem & Mineral meeting The Grant County Rolling Stones Gem and Mineral Society meets the second Thursday of the month at the Silver City Senior Center. located on Victoria St. This month's meeting will be on May 13. We begin with a Potluck Dinner at 6:00 pm. At 6:45 we have our meeting, a rock draw and I JoseS, DoPorto GuadalupeJ.Estrada 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Guadalupe J. Estrada. 87, a Evelyn Gillespie Jose S. DoPorto, 84, long- longtime resident of Lordsburg Evelyn Gillespie, 90, of time resident of Lordsburg, N. passed away Thursday April 29, " E, ordsburg passed away Sunday Mex., passed away Apr. 27, 2010. 2010 at Sunshine Haven Nursing May 2. 2010 at Sunshine Haven at Gila Regional Medical Center Home in Lordsburg. Nursing home in Lordsburg. in Silver City, New MexiCo, Fu- Visitation was Monda3~ after- Visitation was this morning, neral services were hgld innoon. May 3~d, 2010 from 5 to 6 Thursday, May 6, 2010 at the Lordsburg, on Fri.. Apr. 30. at the at St. Joseph's Catholic Church First United Methodist Church Church of Jesus. Christ of Latter: where a prayer vigil began at 6 from 9 to 11 where funeral ser- day Saints, with Bishop Lloyd o'clock. Mass of the resurrection vices began at 11 o'clock with Payne officiating. BuriM fol- was Tuesday morning at 10 at St. Wayne Salguero. Pastor officiat- ldwed at Shakespeare Cemetery Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. ing. Concluding services and in Lordsburg. Michael Williams, Pastor offici- interment followed at Mt. View Jose was born to Ventpra and ating. Concluding services and Cemetery. Rufin~ Saiz DoPorto in Carlsbad. interment followed at Evelyn was born May 19, N. Mex.. on!Feb. 11, 1926. lie was Shakespeare Cemetery. 1919 to James and Josephine the seventh of nine children. Lupe was born October 12, Smith in Llano County, Texas. Jose married Angela 1922 in Ascencion, Chihuahua, She has resided in Lordsburg Martinez on September 17, 1955. Mexico to Francisco and since approximately 1928 When in Carlsbad, N. Mex.. and eight Candelaria (Rivera)Carbajal. She she came here with her family children were born to this union, came to the United States as a from Texas. She anff her husband The family moved from Carlsbad. child and has lived in Deming, owned and operated Slick's Pack- to Lordsburg, in 1964. Silver City and mostly age and Sporting Goods from the Jose was the manager of the Lordsburg. Guadalupe worked mid 1950's until 1975 when the Shoe Repa~ir Shop from 1964.from approximately 1950 to 1970 business was sold. Evelyn then until it closed in 1966. He~ then as a maid at the Hidalgo Hotel in moved to Silver City where she worked as a farmer and'rancher Lordsburg but mostly was aresided until 1993 when she homemaker and a devoted mem- moved back to Lordsburg. She until he retired in the early ber of St. Joseph's Catholic was a member of the First United 1980s. Jo~;e loved 'hands-onChurch. Methodist Church, DOES, the la- projects, working on his own cars She is survived by her dies auxiliary of the Elks Lodge and on the roof of his house, daughters, Rachel Altuna of Las ~and always enjoyed traveling. Jose is survived by his wife. Cruces, Socorro Raja of Los An- She is survived by one son, Angle, of Lordsburg; thre~ sons, geles, CA; sons, Margo Estrada Doug Houser and his wife Diane Manuel (Theresa) DoPort0,' of El Jr, of' Lordsburg, Francisco of Deming; 5 grandchildren. Paso. Tex.; Jaime (Helen) Estrada of Albuquerque, Edward Deborah Miller and her husband DoPorto. of Bayard, N. Mex.;Estrada of Lordsburg; 2 sisters, Carl of Las Cruces, William John DoPorto, of Carlsbad, N. Socorro Ogaz and Antonia Rivera Cowley and his wife Katherine of Las Cruces. Evelyn Carpenter Mex.: four daughters, Virginia of Ascencion: 16 grandchildren; and her husband Mike of Cy- Patten, of Bayard. N. Mex.; Esther 16 great grandchildren: and 3 press. TX, Jody Houser of Las DoPorto, of Lordsburg; Anitagreat great grandchildren. She Cruces and Lavonne McCarthy Mavridis. of Temecula. CalU'.; was preceded in death by her hus- of Ruidoso; 5 great grandchil- and Elizabeth Escobar. of St. band. Margarito Estrada. 1 son, dren, Dean Dugan. Bobble Joe Louis. Mo. Armando-Estrada. her twin Dugan, Tiffany Smith Mary Jose also leaves behind a brother, Moncerat Carbajal, and Cowley and Kasja McCarthy; and brother. Elias DoPorlo, of 4 sisters, Margarita Rubio, 4 great great grandchildren. She Carlsbad. and a sister, CeleRosario C~irbajal. Eulariawas preceded in death by her first Carbajal and Carmen Rubio.husband. James Fletcher Houser. Guzman, of~Houston. Tex., and Pallbearers were Margo her second husband Robert R. numerous grandchildren and Estrada III. Jacob Estrada. Gillespie; her parents, one son. great-grandchildren. He was pre- Michael Altuna, Chris Estrada, Wayne Houser and one daughter ceded in death by a son, Daniel Matthew Estrada Miguel Estrada Mary Jo Cowley. DoPorto. and Christian Jagacki. Entrusted to the care of Pallbearers were Timothy Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- Joe DoPorto, Eddie Joe Barka. Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans & Jose Manuel DoPorto. Oscar sive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care". To sign DoPorto. Audrey DoPorto, andFamily Memorial Care". To sign the online guest book or to send Erick Arizaga. Honorary pallbear- the online guest book or to send a card. please visit our website at ers are Isaiah Escobar and Noah a card. please visit our website at www.bacasfuneralchapels.com. Esuobar.'~,:, .~ .... www._bacas u e 1c _? ,e s.co -. 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM ..... "]~hft~u'st~e'di-to'the"~cffte of ~]'] S. ~e-min~.~/'~Vl ~880~0.~i ~one: 575,5~9671 Tervazas Funeral Chapel~ o~ Santa i0 .... .... $37 Clara, N. Mex. NM ;ieceive million for Coumt " .. high-risk health insurance pool ] Courtesy submission age because of a pre-existing IREL ~ u.s Senator Jeff Bingaman condition. FO~ I. today announced that New "Already we are seeing the Mexico will receive an estimated benefit of this new health insur- $37 million from the U.S. Depart- ance law. Our state is slated to ment of Health and Human Ser- receive millions of dollars to help vices (HHS) to insure New Mexi- put health insurance in the reach Ju ne 18, 2 0 1 0 cans who have pre-existing medi- of New Mexicans who - because cal conditions and who therefore of their medical conditions -- There are currently 19 teams cannot afford insurance, have not been able to afford it." .~ "( en'i:ofled in this'year's event. As part of.the new health in- Bingaman said. Below are a few of the fund surance reform law, states will be New Mexico will have flex- raising events scheduled by awarded federal funds to help ibility in how to usethe funding. these teams: "high-risk" Americans buy health HHS has asked states to declare IoINIIIbllCg I=|l'e Dep|, insurance. When the new law is by the end of this month how they formation contact Kokopelli at program. Car Wash May 15 8am fully implemented in 2014. no intend to use funds. tium to host a co-ed softball tour- 575-542-3304. Suicide- " ' preventl0n' Ite I=amlly Ih=flle American will be denied cover- ' .~ .~ ...... 1t2 Beef; $5 eo or 5,$20 ! i r j ! ~~ | ~ ~.~L~ 5UlCme rrevention meetings ...... :. ...... ! ,alL. IJl- ~ ~ ~~. are held the first Monday of each I,,OII b/b-:il.-I-20OO I "~l I T I~ ~/~~ month at the Hidalgo Complex TO list your teams' event, callI I ~IP' II1 II 1,,,, ~. tiL ~1~ ~ in Lordsbur~ at 7:00 p.m. Thethe Herald at 542-8705 or I Martina I, ~ ~i1~~ public is invited and encouraged email heherald@aznex.net I " 11[ I toattend. [ Event listings I k FUNERAL CHAPELS ! .. . II - I | ~ JL _~"~ For Have your upcoming event I "7 ............. ~| ! Deming . Silver City area ~ i S listed in the Hidalgo County Her- lag, trate Court fudge J aid by calling 575.542.8705 or I tO SS, :1 | (575) 546-0070 (575) 537-0777 !* 27 Years of Judicial Court Experience emailing it to hcherald | - " - '-~~_ I! |* Your Vote& Support are qreatl}~ appreciated ..... ~ec~n~,0~r, @aznex.net. 'I " Local Calls (575)542,3330 / !1 Reasonably Priced" Funeral ! And Cremation Services i [ Excellence in service and care for your family should I always be affordable... I It can and always will be with us. f cards, food, lowers and, most of all, for your prayers. I I Thank you Father Mike for the beautiful services; Gloria I I vr =: vJt Vargas, Terry eomez, Barbara mrujillo and Jr. eomez for theI [ TAX DELINQUENCY beautiful music; and to Lilly Escobar, Leo and Loticio, JanI I Notice is hereby given pursuant to the provisions of the Property Tax Code and Louise, Jenny Aguilero, Sandy Arambula and Rya13 o13c! I that the second installment of property taxes due which is required to be paid YrozemcI Cobrero ]'or everything you did for us. 1 [ to the treasurer o.fthis c0unty, will become delinquent if not paid before May To the pallbearers, thank you ]'or oil your hard work. I 1 l, 2010..If the second nstallment is not paid beforeMay 11, 2010, then the 'And thanks to Boca s for your services Mo God l tax is delinquent and interest at the rate t: ne (1) percent a mnth r a frac- Bless each ol30 every one ofvou |tin Of the mOnth is impOsed as well as penalty Of One (l) percent Of the delin- ,,....,. ,- . " ' |quen taxes for each month or any portiOn of a month they remain unpaid. The O-t' m t tp 0 t I total penalty shall not exceed five (5) percent of the delinquent taxes. O 0 e [ 011 'I I? I " Patsy M. C am ac ho " Hidalgo County Treasurer