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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 2010 3 SBDC Report Sole Proprietorship makes sense for startups By CANDICE LEE of Sommer, Udall, Sutin, Hardwick & Hyatt, P.A./for the SBDC One of the first consider- ations for the owner of a new busi- ness is what form that business should take. The most common options are sole proprietorship, partnership (general and limited), corporation (C corporation and S corporation) and limited liability company. Most businesses begin as a sole proprietorship, which makes sense for the startup and new busi- ness owner. Many sole proprietorships consist of a single individual working at home, de- veloping a product in the garage or writing software code on the home computer. These businesses have few assets other than the equipment and tools used and usually owned by the individual. Any assets acquired by the sole proprietor are pur- chased in the owner's name, al- though some sole proprietors use a "doing business as" or "d/b/a" name following their own names. In a sole proprietorship, the business does not exist apart from its owner. All of the profits, losses and deductions for the business are reported on the owner's per- sonal tax return, and the owner of the business is personally liable for all of the business's debts, obligations and liabilities, re- gardless of whether the owner is using a trade name as a "d.b.a." No regulatory filings are required to es, tablish or create a sole proprietorship, but entrepre- neurs should check with local w  in the mining industry for many Martha Martin Harvell Harvell, Martha Martin, 97, of Duncan, Arizona, and formerly of Lordsburg, New Mexico passed away Monday, June 7, 2010 at Fort Bayard Medical Center. A Private Family Memorial Service has been planned. Martha was born on Decem- ber 1, 1912 in Duncan, Arizona. Her par- ents were Charles C. Martin and Weta Windham. Martha was mar- ried in 1940 to John Leslie Harvell. Martha Martin She is sur- Harvell vived by her two sons John Harvell and his wife Ann from Corrales, NM and Charles A. Harvell and his wife Lori of Reserve, NM; six grandchildren; 6 great grandchil- dren; one sister, Mildred Herbertson of Albuquerque, NM. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, 3 sisters, Helen Holmes, Florence McDonald and Mary Martin, two brothers Calvin Martin and Will- iam Martin and one grandchild Regina Lynn .Harvell. Martha and John lived in Lordsburg for 50 years, worked at the 1 st New Mexico Bank now known as Western Bank, served as County Treasurer and deputy County Treasurer for malay years. In Lieu Of Flowers and dona- tions made to your favorite char- ity. Bright/Lordsburg Funeral Home is in charge of arrange- ments, 210 W. College Ave., Sil- ver City, NM 575-388-1911. Saturnino C. Madero Saturnino C. Madero, 88, a lifelong resident of Lordsburg passed away Friday May 28, 2010 at Gila Regional Medical Center in Silver City. Visitation will be this Thurs- day, June 3, 2010 from 5 to 6 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church where a prayer vigil will begin at 6 o'clock. Mass of the Resurrec- tion will be Friday morning at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. Michael Williams, Pastor officiating. Concluding services and interment will follow at Shakespeare Cemetery with hon- ors provided by the Lordsburg Honor Guard. Nino was born November 29, 1921 in Lordsburg to Refugio and Maria (Castillo) Madero. He was a cow puncher at the time of his entry into the United States Army. in August 1942 and was honor- ably discharged in October 1945. Upon his return home he worked years and retired in 1986. He loved the outdoors while hunt- ing or fishing and also enjoyed woodworking, baseball, and shooting sports. Nino was a mem- ber of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. He is survived by his ,chil- dren, Mariana M. Ybarra and her husband Joe of Las Cruces, Saturnino Mader0 and his wife Sylvia of Lordsburg, Alonzo Madero and his companion Elaine Jeanette Conn of Albu- querque; 1 sister, Beatrice Hume of Rangely, Colorado; 8 grand- children and 13 great grandchil- dren. Nino was preceded in death by his wife, Ernestina Madero, 3 brothers, Teodoro Madero, Leandro Castillo, and Santiagito Madero and by 4 sisters, Margarita Rodriguez, Jesus Dal- lies, Amalia Murphy and a twin sister who died at birth. Pallbearers will be David and Danny Tarango, Lyle McCracken, Tony Isham, Daniel Castillo, and Sat Madero. Hon- orary bearers are Raul Escobar, Joey Ybarra, John and Bill Hume, Johnny Dallies, Jody Castillo, Teodoro "Chopo" Castillo, Jason Morales, Dennis Estrada, John Aquino, Ramon Mata, Raymundo Garcia and Matthew DeLaGarza. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care". To sign the online guest book or to send a card, please visit our website at 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Sylvia Arambula Rodriguez Sylvia Arambula Rodriguez, 49, former resident of Lordsburg and current resident of Gilbert, Arizona went to be with the Lord Saturday June 5, 2010 at her home surrounded by her family. Visitation will be today, Thursday June 10, 2010 from 5 to 6 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church where a prayer vigil will begin at 6 o'clock. Mass of the Resurrection will be Friday morn- ' ing at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. Michael Will- iams, Pastor officiating. Con- cluding services and interment will follow at Shakespeare Cem- etery. A complete obituary will appear in the next edition of the Hidalgo County Herald. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels. Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans & Family Memorial Care". To sign the online guest book Or to send a card, please visit our website at 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 HE.Hidalg County D Association Member Hidalgo County Herald (USPS Ilil 020697) is published weekly by Hidalgo County Herald in the City of Lordsburg, County of Hidalgo, 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045-1948, 52 issues a year. Subscription rates vary. Subscription rate is $30 per year. Requests for corrections and complaints concerning news and editorial content of the Hidalgo County Herald should be di- rected to the editor. For further information on the Hidalgo County Herald's approved grievance policies, readers may contact the pub- lisher. Any unsolicited manuscripts become the property of the Hidalgo County Herald and will not be returned All information con- tained herein is copyrighted 2010 by the Hidalgo County Herald. All photos/stories, unless stated, are written by our staff. POSTMAS- TER: Send address changes to Hidalgo County Herald, 212 E. Mo- tel Drive, Suite B, Lordsburg, NM 88045-1948. Periodicals Postage Paid at Lordsburg, New Mexico. PUBLIsHER/EDITOR: Brenda Hood ADVERTISING MANAGER: Glenda Greene PHONE: 575-542-8705 FAX: 575-542-8704 E:MAIL and state tax authorities to ensure the business is in compliance with local and state tax laws. For most business owners and entrepreneurs, the sole pro- prietorship will only uit the busi- ness and its goals for a limited time. At some point, the business will expand and the owner will be looking for ways to limit his or her personal liability, bring in new partners and seek outside investment. At this point, the busi- ness owner needs to consider how and in what form -- to move. forward. These are the kinds of questions legal counsel will ask a business owner who is trying to decide whether to become a part- nership, corporation or LLC: What is the expected or planned growth of the business in the next year? The next three years? The next five years? Does the business plan to hire employees or consultants? Will the business pay the employ- ees or consultants in cash or in equity? What are the business's financing requirements in the next year? The next three years? The next five years? Where will the business have offices? Will they be in state, out of state or both? What material contracts does the business anticipate en- tering into in the next year? The next three years? The lext five years? The answers to these ques- tions will determine wlat entity is best for the sole proprietor to assume in order to build the busi- ness and to meet its evolving goals. Western New Mexico University's Small Business De- velopment Center offers assis- tance to entrepreneurs who are starting a'business or wanting to expand an existing business. These services are available at no cost. Call 538-6320 for an ap- pointment with a business advi- sor, or email The SBDC office is located on. the second floor of the Besse-For- ward Global Resource Center on 12th StreeL More information may be found at index.html Call or email the SBDC of- fice for information about the fol- lowing events: June 9 - New Mexico's Own Wholesale Market Ready Workshop Cottage House 575.542,8880 Van of Enchantment visits Southside School Courtesy information On May 19, 20, and 21 st, the New Mexico Van of Enchant- ment visited Southside El- ementary School, R. V. Traylor Elementary School, and Central Elementary School, respectively. Each student took a 30 minute tour of the van and then partici- pated in a hands on activity associated with the items in the van. The theme for this year's van was Riding the Rails and Traveling the Trails, a history of travel in New Mexico on the railroads and the Santa Fe Trail. Students were al- lowed to see and touch many ar- tifacts relating to rail and trail travel in the past and present day times. Students were given time to draw pictures of their favorite rail or trail artifacts. Each teacher was given a curriculum, teacher guide, and lesson plan booklet to help reinforce and enrich what was learned on the van and related activity. This was a very educational outreach that was provided by the New Mexico History Museum, Department of Cultural Af- fairs, and the Department of Transportation Relay for Life :o be held next wee.: By KACIE PETERSONIRelay for Life The Relay is 10 days away!!! First of all, thank you to all the team captains, team members, committee members and sponsors. This year's event is going to be awesome! The next, Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monlay, June 14 Chicken Tenders Mashed Potatoes/Gravy Spinach/Margarine WW Roll Jell-O/Fruit Tuesday, June 15 Baked Ham Yams Broccoli/Cheese Sauce Dinner Roll/Margarine Apple Slices Wednesday, June 16 Chicken Taco Pinto Beans Calabacitas Jell-O Mixed Fruit Thursday, June 17 Hamburger Lettuce, Tomato, Onions & Pick- les French Fries Cottage Cheese/Pineapple Friday, June 18 Baked Mac & Cheese Brussel Sprouts WW Roll/Margarine Chocolate Pudding FUNERAL HOME 408 Main Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 (575) 542-9444 Harry Bright/Owner Cremations and Monuments Grant Luna Hidalgo Catron Counties ,qppraisals: :lome, anch & Commercial i Hachita-2 B.R, 2 Bath MH plus extras _ 10 acre lot in Animas , , / 59Lee Trevino Corner Lot. dlp Commercial Buildings on 2oo  Ipw$ Illl block of Shakespeare ,%. 30 Acres vacant land availabl.--  in Cotton City ,505 East 'E' StreeL .... 00Pai00ano v,ti=bi, R e a l E 00.tat e 575-542 $505 Appraisals & Rentals [ ......... Property Management ] yon err-Keal Es(at BroKer &certitied Appraisal I i and last, meeting is going to be held Wednesday, June 16th @ 6pm at the coffee shop. This is the last chance to turn in team registration forms and everyone's commitment fees. Lets get it out of the way so we can enjoy the relay without the hassle of keep- ing track of 500 forms. By the way, that's how many t-shirts were ordered!!! The Knights of Colum- bus have offered 8 metal booths to any team that would like to use one. First come, first serve, please call to reserve yours 542-8822 Fundraising: Massey Family & Friends held a poker tournament over the week- end that raised over $500/ Dark Guardians (NMSP) held a yard sale, amount TBA Up Coming : Bake Sale- Sat. June 12, Saucedos parking lot- HMS team Raffle- Sentsy basket of HOPE- Pantoja Family Raffle- 1/2 Beef- Krazy Kerrs Raffle- Fleece Blanket- Lollipops POPCORN: $3.00 bag, Andele's (Anna Tapia) and Massey Fam- ily & Friends (Sheila Massey) Motorcycle Parade- Lordsburg Cycleworks, TBA Tentative Schedule: Friday, June 18  4:30 pm Unveiling of Wall of Hope & Wall of Honor for Sur- vivors 5:00 pm Survivor Dinner- Survivors and their caretakers are invited to attend. Guest Speaker Tenchie Rico Overcash. Please RSVP 542- 8822 6:00 pm Welcoming Cer- emony: Invocation, Presenting of Colors, National Anthem, Mo- ment of Silence 6:15 pm Survivor Lap 6:30 pm Guest Speaker Tenchie Rico Overcash, Lordsburg native, cancer survi- vor, and ACS staff. 7:00 pm Best decorated Campsite contest Food will be for sale all evening. Choose from Burgers, BBQ, Burritos, Pasole, and more!! Coffee will be served all night at the "Relay Cafe" 9:00 pm Luminaria Cer- emony 9:15 pm Happy Birthday Celebration for all Survivors 10:00 pm Team Captain Happy Hour Saturday, June 19 'h 12:00 am Midnight Mad- ness- Chocolate contest- Each team is encouraged to bring a homemade chocolate item for the taste contest. 3:00 am Team Spirit contest 5:30 am Closing Ceremony 6:00 am Survivor Breakfast (Everyone that "Survived" the night)- Each team is encouraged to bring breakfast items such as danishes, donuts, muffins etc. Largest Inventory of Quality Used Vehicles in the Area! out these great Checkon usecl lrudts] ' -: 2009 Jeep Wrangler 2008 Ford F-250-Diesel 2005 Ford F-250 2009 Ford F-150 Gold 2002 Ford Expedition 2006 Ford Escape 2004 Chev 4500 Flatbed 4Dr Diesel 2003 Chrysler Town & Country Van 2009 Ford Mustang 2008 Ford Taurus-Loaded.Nice! 2009 Ford Fusion-Green, low miles 2003 Hyundai Accent 2009 Ford Fusion White  ii9TH Fcus (Blue O FORD INC. ,, 542.3551 2 E. Motel Drive, terdsburg, NM