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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY23, 2014 UPCOMING EVENTS Older Americans By RAY VIGIL/Social Security Public Affairs Specialist in El Paso, Texas Each May, groups and orga- nizations around the nation join in celebrating Older Americans Month. Established in 1963, Older Americans Month provides an opportunity for our nation to recognize seniors for their many contributions and share impor- tant information to help them stay healthy and active• This year's theme is "Safe Today, Healthy Tomorrow." So- cial Security has something to help keep you safe and healthy: a suite of online services. Rather than driving or taking public transportation to a local office, you can use our secure, free online Services to handle much of your Social Security business. With the amount of time you save, you'll have more time to spend with the grandkids or have time for a brisk walk around the neigh- borhood or local park. Before going for that walk, though, visit Whether you already receive benefits or you're just starting to think about retirement, it's a great time to benefit from My Social Security open a my Social Security ac- count. What's my Social Security? It's a secure online account that allows you immediate access to your personal Social Security in- formation. During your working years, you can use my Social Se- curity to view your Social Secu- rity Statement to check your earn- ings record and see estimates of the future retirement, disability and survivor benefits you and your family may receive. Check it out at myaccount. After you check your online Social Security Statement, be sure to visit our Retirement Estimator. Like a my Social Security ac- count, you can use it as many times as you'd like. The Estima- tor lets you change variables, such as retirement date options and future earnings. You may dis- cover that you'd rather wait an- other year or two before you re- tire to earn a higher benefit. To get instant, personalized esti- mates of your future benefits just go to timator. Deciding when to retire is a personal choice and depends on a number of factors. To help, we Los Sabores de Mi Familia/Flavors of My Family recipe book in the works Courtesy submission SPIRIT of Hidalgo is seek- ing submissions for a new recipe book that will be published this fall. This book will feature reci- pes that include foods that are native t.o Hidalgo County and the southwest. Those who submit a recipe for this book will not only be asked for the ingredients and directions of how to prepare them, they will be asked to submit a short explanation of how this recipe reflects the culture, tradi- tions, and/or history of their fam- ily. Pictures illustrating that con- nection are encouraged, as well. The following is an example of what a submission might be like: Manuelo's Frijoles submitted by Manny Ortiz, Blair Farms 1 Ib dry pinto beans 4 cups of water 2 tsp garlic salt 1 tsp salt 2 tsp season-all 1 tsp oregano 2 dry red chilis Wash, soak overnight, and rinse beans before putting in crockpot. Add water, seasonings, and whole chilis. Cook on high heat for 3 hours, then reduce to low until beans are tender. Re- move whole chilis before serving. "I grew up in a small village on the banks of the Rio Yaqui en Mexico• We didn't have formula back then. My morn put the juice from the beans in our bottles in- stead• We lived on beans our en- tire life. There was always a pot of beans on the fire at home. I think of my morn whenever I share that story." Submissions can be sent to hidalgospirit @ or mailed to P O Box 107, Lordsburg, NM 88045. The book will be available in time for Christmas 20t4. For more infor- mation, call Christy Ortiz at 520- 507-0455• suggest you read our online fact sheet, When To Start Receiving Retirement Benefits, available at www. social security, gov/pubs. If you're ready to retire, the online service you've been wait- ing for is our online application for retirement benefits, which al- lows you to complete and submit your application in as little as 15 minutes at retireonline. Once you complete and submit the electronic appli- cation, in most cases, that's it-- no papers to sign or documents to provide. Are you already receiving benefits? You can use my Social Security to immediately get your proof of benefits letter, change your address or phone number on our records, start or change your direct deposit information and check your benefit and payment information. We encourage you to take advantage of our .online services and resources, freeing up more time for activities you really en- joy. Learn more at Bill funds border road maintenance Continued from Page 1 funding for Safe Routes to School projects which use federal money to improve safety for chil- dren walking and biking to school. Unpaved Road Studies - al- lows states to use federal funds to track traffic on unpaved roads, information that can help local officials make inform decisions on where to direct resources• Improved Safety Data - re- quires states to collect the data on the number of serious injuries and fatalities for both motorized and non-motorized users (i.e. pe- destrians and cyclist) for state safety plans. Greater Spendirtg Transpar- ency - improves transparency for spending of Highway Trust Fund dollars by requiring an online database of spending on federal- aid projects. ELECT EARLY VOTING is going on NOW! GO VOTE! ROBERT Bob00 E. Hidalgo County Sheriff PROVEN LEADERSHIP - PROVEN EXPERIENCE PROVEN EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION LA W ENFORCEMENT--NOT POLITICS To theCitizens of Hidalgo County: While out campaigning, I have heard many concerns from citizens throughout the county. If I am elected as YOUR Sheriff, this is how I intend to address a few of these concerns: 1. I will advertise for all employment openings within the Sheriff's Department. 2. I will hire qualified personnel from Hidalgo County when possible, which will cut down on the tremendous turnover rate within the Sheriff's Department. 3. I will schedule and position the deputies throughout the county, which will give a faster response time to all calls in the county. 4. I will work closely with the Hidalgo County Commission on all department matters. 5. I will have a good working relationship with all law enforcement agencies (City Police, State Police, Motor Transportation, Border Patrol, District Attorney's Office, District and Magistrate Courts). 6. I will work hard to acquire grants that will save the county and taxpayers money, as I have done in my past administration. 7. I will have an open-door policy. If a citizen of Hidalgo County has a concern, complaint or just wants to visit, they will be welcome. 8. I will continue to fight for your rights to bear arms, as I have in the past. 9. If elected, rest assured that I WILL RUN your sheriff's Department. Vote to get the Sheriff's Department moving in the right direction. Vote for the candidate with a proven record of Performance, Leadership and ELECT Administrative Abilities ROBERT E. HALL PAID BY cANDIDATE ON JUNE 3, 2014 Continued from Page 1 Saucedo's hours Saucedo's Supermarket will be closing early Monday, May 26, 2014 for the Memorial Day holi- day. Business hours will be from 8:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Line Dancing The Crooked Halos ad- vanced line dance group is meets at the Senior Citizens Center from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday and Thursday evenings. The Sassy Sunflowers beginning line dance group is meets at the Senior Citizen's Center from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. every Wednesday morn- ing. Bring your water and come join in the fun for some low im- pact exercise, good music and fun! It's free and no experience is necessary. For more information call Fabiola Cano 575-542-2356. Step Aerobics The Active and Alive Hot Steppers Aerobics class is held at 6 PM at Central Elementary Tues- day and Wednesday. For more in- formation call Fabiola Cano 575- 542-2356. Emergency food boxes Emergency Food Boxes are available to families in need at La Frontera NM, located at 332 E Motel Dr in Lordsburg. To get a box, stop in anytime Monday through Friday from 8:30 am to 12 noon. For more information about this or other food programs in Hidalgo County, call Christy at 520-507-0455. AA/NA Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are held on Wednesdays from 8-9 PM at 1036 E. Motel Drive and Fridays at noon at La Frontera in Lordsburg. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings are held on Saturdays from 5:30-6:30 PM at the First Methodist Church. For more information call 575.542.8115 or 575.654.6698. Wednesday Bible Study The Church of Christ (5 'h & Pyramid) hast started Wednesday Bible study again at noon. The study hour is open to men and .... women. For nar jrltorroation contact Karen McDo.nald at 575- 313-5963 or Lindy Kew, at 575- 538-8446. Water Aerobics Active and Alive Water Aero- bics will be held at the Comfort Inn on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 to 12. For more informa- tion call Fabiola Cano 575-542- 2356. Suicide prevention Suicide Prevention meetings are "held the first Monday of each month at the Hidalgo Complex public is invited. Fuente de Vida Church Welcome to Fuente de Vida Church at 1032 Motel Drive. Worship is every Sunday at 11 AM and Wednesdays at 7 PM. Services are open to everyone. --or?ur at :000m "" Jane McGhee Hall Anita Lois Ewing Anita Lois Ewing, born March 1, 1927, passed away on April 10, 2014. Lois was the third child of Patrick and Hazel Ewing. She was preceded in death by her par- ents, her Anita Lois Ewing o 1 d e s t brother, Fred Ewing, and her sis- ter, Anna Beth Ewing Cade. Lois is survived by her brothers James (Jim) L. Ewing of Temecula, Cali- fornia, and Jack (John) M. Ewing of Las Cruces, NM, and many nieces and nephews. Lois was a graduate of Lordsburg High School and New Mexico State University, where she received her Teaching Cer- tificate. She taught school for some time in Columbus, NM, and also was a second grade teacher in Clifton, AZ for many years un- til she retired from teaching. Lois was loved by her students and she was an excellent teacher• She then moved to Tucson, AZ, to live with her parents and worked in Tucson as a librarian. Lois was a good pianist and is remembered for her sweetness. She loved to laugh and her laughter would light up the room. A memorial service will be held at the Lordsburg Church of Christ at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday, May 24, 2014 with Ed Kerr offi- ciating. Interment will be held at Mountain View Cemetery follow- ing the service. Her ashes will be placed next to her parents, Patrick and Hazel Ewing. Carmen Acosta for Probate Judge 5 ye ice in oun ................................................................................... iiii:ii!!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiii!ili!ii!ii iiili/i i i iiii!iiiiii!ii!iiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ¸ ............................................................ "It would be a privilege and an honor to serve as your Probate Judge." "Seria un privilegio y un honor servir come su Juez de Sucesiones." VOTE for Integrity- Experience - Dedication Jane McGhee Hall, 68, of Sil- ver City, passed away Sunday, May 18, 2014, after a valiant fight with a rare bone marrow dis- ease. Her strong will to live, un- wavering faith in God, and the love and prayers of family, friends and many sup- porters" car- ried her through. Crema- tion has taken place Jane Hall under the direction of Bright Funeral Home. She was born March 15, 1946, in Lordsburg, N.M., to Jack and Louise Fisher McGhee. She was the youngest of three sisters, along with her younger brother, Jerry McGhee. She was preceded in death by her parents and brother. Jane was a 1964 gradu- ate of Lordsburg High School. She is survived by Jackie McGhee Miller (Ray) of Terrytown, LA., and Janet McGhee Mechem (Walter) of Las Cruces, along with their children. She was married to her best friend, Ron, for 46 years, and they raised three children• She was the life of the party, quick with a joke, and the heart of the Hall family. She was a woman of faith and a mem- ber of the United Methodist Church. She always cared for the membership and she took it as her mission to address the welfare of the church members by sending cards or making phone calls for those in need. Also known as "J.J.," "Momo," and "Nana," she en- joyed crossword u.l.,,ead reading suspense-novels.e /he would spend countless hours playing cards and various other games with her kids and grandkids. Ron and Jane enjoyed going for long rides and loved camping and fishing. She loved to entertain during the holidays, and would cook and bake enough food to satisfy an army of people. She is survived by her oldest daughter, Tammy Hall, and fam- ily, Leisha, Layson, Leksi and Lynden Smyer of Willcox, Ariz.; her son, Mark Hall, and family, Erinn, Zachary and Zoe, of Littleton, Colo.; and her young- est daughter, Tracy Conell, and her family, Dana, Nathan, Garrett and Carson, of Gilbert, Ariz. A memorial will be held July 3, 2014 at the United Methodist Church in Silver City. Memorial donations may be made to the Western New Mexico University Foundation (FBO Ron Hall), P.O. Box 1158, Silver City, NM 88062. Bright Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, "Tradi- tional Services and Care for Your Family and Friends," 210 W. Col- lege Ave., Silver City. Phone 388- 1911. To send condolences, log in to e O NG rO l TI O g On your graduation from Pahrump High School!