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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JUNE 25, 2010 HCSD seizes 460 pounds of marijuana On June 19, 2010. a Deputy with the Hidalgo County Sher- iff Department stopped a ve- hicle on Highway 80 and found 460 pounds of Marl- juana. 195 bundle bricks were found in the trunk area. The driver, William E. Droze had 4 outstanding warrants out of Bernalillo County Sheriff Office. The narcotics were possibly too hebded to Tucson Arizona or Albuquer- que New Mexico. The street value of the MarijUana is $368,000.00. The case was turned over to the DEA Bor- der Taskforce. t Courtes r photos Lordsburg Schools willbe offering CDL bus driver train00nng for interested individuals July 6th through 24th at 500 p.m. in the high school library. Prospective Animas School drivers could partici- pate in this training. Only serious applicants need to attend. Call Rebecca at 575,-542-936k i iil i i I II I Elderly and poor to continue receiving free legal services from State Bar- Submitted by STATE BAR OF NMIAIbuquerque The Lawyer Referral for the Elderly Program (LREP), a non- profit program of the New Mexico State Bar Foundation has re- ceived $70,000 in grant funding for the next four years from the New Mexico Civil Legal Ser- vices Commission (CLSC). The grant will allow LREE now in its 27 m year of operation, to continue providing services to seniors over age 55, including services in Spanish. A statewide toll-free hotline provides seniors the op- portunity to speak with attomeys who may assist in reviewing documents or writing letters. If a senior requires representation, LREP will refer the senior to a local attorney. Seniors, their fami- lies and caregivers may access LREP's free helpline by calling toll free, statewide 800-876-6657. LREP also holds workshops at senior centers throughout the state. In addition, CLSC awarded $83,000 to continue coordination of 16 pro bono committees state- wide through the Access to Jus- tice (ATJ) Commission. The com- mittees were organized by the chief judges in each area and are charged with recruiting volunteer attorneys to take pro bono cases. The ATJ Commission is a state- wide body dedicated to expand- ing and improving civil legal as- sistance to New Mexicans living in poverty. The commission's goals include expanding re- sources, increasing public aware- ness through communication and message development, encourag- ing more pro bono work by attor- neys, and improving training and technology. According to the request for proposals, evidence collected by the ATJ Commission demon- strates that across the state the broad focus legal aid providers are unable to serve approximately two applicants for every appli- cant they do serve. The unmet legal need in New Mexico is even greater than in other states be- cause of our relatively high rate of poverty. One quarter of New Mexico's families qualify for le- gal aid at 125% of the federal poverty guideline. In 700I the legislature J passed the Civil Legal Services The State Bar of New Act, which created the Civil Le- gal Services Fund and CLSC. The fund collects money from a sur- charge on filing fees in district, metro and magistrate courts. The CLSC awards contracts to eligible legal aid providers in New Mexico. Mexico was organized in 1886 and is composed of more than 8500 members. Its purposes are to aid the courts in administering justice and preserving the rule of law, and to foster a high standard of integrity and competence Within the legal profession. Jonathan La Marca, right, receives his Deputy U. S. Marshal badge on' April 23, 2010, from John F. Clark, Director of the U. S. Marshals Service. The U.S. Marshals Service Academy is located at the Federal Law En- forcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia. La Marca graduates US Marshals Service Academy Jonathan Allen La Marca graduated from the United States Mar- shals Service Academy on April 23, 2010. The academy is located at the Department of Homeland Security's Federal Law EnfOrcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, Georgia. La Marca also gradu- ated from the Criminal Investigator Training Program at FLETC on March 10, 2010. The U. S. Marshals Service is the oldest and one of the smallest of the federal agencies. For over 200 years. U. S Marshals and their deputies have served all three branches of the U. S. government. The USMS protects federal judges and courts, transports and manages prisoners, protects witnesses, serves court documents and conducts fugitive investigations. The USMS is also in charge of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act, which protects the public, espe- cially children, from violent sexual offenders nationwide. Deputy U. S. Marshal La Marca. a 1996 graduate of Lordsburgl High School, is assigned to the District of New Mexico and is work- ing oui of the Las Cruces office. He is the son of Fred and Jeanne La Marca. and the grandson of Allen and June Hill and the late Laura La Marcm all of Lordburg .................... HMS |oaJrd of Irector - Mike Martin, Chairman BiLl Rogers, ce Chairman Carmen Acosta, Sreta Khn Garri, Treasurer Richard Chaires. Member Doug Hat. Member Jutie HarTington I%ember HaroLd Kaenst:ler. Mefnlr Mdalno Manzanarez. tr Gilda Orteo, Member Jo Ann Satcido, Member Mak Thcnas. Member Senior Mamendl: Chartie Alfero, EO Kathten CahiU, CO0 thi Greeman, CFQ Carmen Maynes, Org Cv Director Mss elos, Exutie hsst Dani Rkhins. HR Diredor hdstratlom CaroL ArelLano Audrey Coward Gege ZTa PauL DeMarco, RN Cathy Diaz Tamara Moritz Mary Winktey lhnl Clinic: Naomi CIz; MD Nellie GatleGos. PA-C Metissa CastiKo glmbeiy Foster Rosalie Kartinez Donna Mason. RN Paditta 3annet, l Setrano t It O Cliff/GiLa Ct|nic JilL Steidl. PA-C JoD BiFch ai ne Henaerso Michelte t4assnill Cobre School: Shauna 4cCosh. FNP/EN An na .Chavez Eva Serra Copper Mesh cat: WHim FoMe. MD .]a,Ae Marinez. 9 Kare deGen,ieve, FNP Arrnda Gray PA-C Catherine Gme MichaeL Afonso Amber Atande SaU,y Arm}io. RN Debbi .a rti Gw Burns, RN vi Cahl CoILPn Chtden Kayla Clark Erya, Lia Gossrt Chee#t Otesbv, LN N] kki OFtiz Shrr,j Ram# Ans Vi OentaL: Edk Watson. DDS. Director Michelle McGor%,. DDS WIIm Rasband. DC Richard Deaton. RDH Pauca Jenkins, RDH Mkhette iKarqu Fe|kia Apodaca Elizabeth Cadll Edca Coop Jesi,:a t,LcAthu  Socorro Reza Wetly 5anche MkheUe to ears is a TEAM t HidaLgo Mical Services bng 15 rs d health and care. It, wouMn't have been pos Out the dedication and devotion of our people, who each e a very spedai 'thank you'] Ludnd Tecta Greg utn MeLan Martin Marha ornse Gina Sanch Famt|y Support Servls Monica Andzota Brenda Areitama Barbara Cabera Shane Gabbert Mat(ie Gmez Fra 6roes Maria Izquierd IBan Jackson Ra:hi Kutche Lupe Matdonade flridge Payne Etva Oaim by. MeL,y Rkhn Gtor Varqas Lordsbmg: MicqaeI Jchnn, MD Madene Bas. PA-C Mereith c, PA-C Donna Fennken Nicoe Ab ea.a 5andra Arambula Jan flz [rfina Contreras Frank Contreras [Ia Escoba [rne Aore Oared FraUe n abelt Lez Tommy L pe Veronica Madrid Brand 4one,., N 3a dde aiez [athedne Roark Se Tecca Eva Witbom Meal $qllilllr Boned ohrncm. MD Mkhelte PahL MD VLadLmr Sira. M D 3oyce Tnxle, D Merith Heidenfeid. PA-Z 3eMf White. 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