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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JULY 6, 2012 Wilson campaign stops in Lordsburg United States Senate candidate Heather Wilson made a stop in Lordsburg on her campaign trail. She was at the El Charro Restaurant from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. last Sunday. Wilson ad- dressed a full room, above, dis- cussing her priorities, which in- clude job creation, fiscal re- sponsibility, American values and a strong defense. At left, Billy Burt and Debbie Hood visit with Wilson before the event gets underway. Herald staff photos Monsoon safety important this time of year Hidalgo County is on the verge of entering Monsoon Sea- son, and MonsoonSafety.org of- fers tips to ensure safety during these often dangerous storms• Planning ahead ' The best way to avoid light- ning, flash floods, and other dangerous conditions is by not being in danger in the first place• Many ways are available-to gain weather information including: • Watching cuixent weather forecasts on TV or the internet • Listening to weather re- ports on the radio or a NOAA weather radio • Subscribing to lightning and severe weather notification services • Scanning the skies 360 de- grees around and overhead be- fore leaving a safe location Flash Flood Safety for Homeowners • If you live in a flood prone area have an evacuation plan. • Stgre materials like sand- bags, plywood, plastic sheeting and lumber for protection from floodwater and to make quick repairs after a severe storm• Store materials above flood levels. • Secure wanted objects to prevent them from floating away. • Learn where to find high ground, which is safe from flooding• In a flash flood seek high ground quickly• Contact. an insurance agent to discuss flood insurance coverage• Flood losses are not covered under normal homeowners' insurance poli- cies. Flood insurance is avail- able through the National Flood NMRoads travel app unveiled in time for summer travel Continued from Page 1 rest areas - Current weather conditions for major New Mexico cities, - Bicycle routes - - Park & Ride locations - Direct access to the Na- tional Weather Service, including .Doppler radar images - RailRuriner commuter-train schedules and station location in- formation - Access to NMDOT's toll- free 511 travel advisory service - Links to travel information in surrounding states, Hands-Free Operation ,with English/Spanish Versions The new mobile apps in- clude a "hands free" audio fea- ture, so that motorists can be aware of any travel issues or road- way conditions that may exist ahead of them on their route of travel, without taking their eyes off the road. All of this informa- tion is available to users, either in English or Spanish• New Levels of NMRoads Service "These new mobile applica- tions provide travelers with the latest and most accurate New Mexico road andweather condi- tion information available," said Alvin Dominguez, New Mexico Secretary of Transportation• "They greatly enhance both the types of information and levels of service that we can deliver to the traveling public," he added• Easy to Download Beginning June 28th, 2012, both the I-Phone 4 version and the Droid xiersion of the app are available without charge, through either the Apple Apps store for I-Phone 4 users, or the Google Play/Android Market for phones, and tablets compatible with the Android operating sys- tem. In addition, the NMRoads web-based apps can be down- loaded to mobile phones for free at the "NMRoads.com" web site. For more information about the mobile application, contact Manon A. Arnett, Chief Public Information Officer, New Mexico Department of Transportation at (505) 827- 5526, by e-mail at: Manon.Arnett@ state.nm.us Knights of Columbus, Sunday, July 15, 2012 10:00 AM -5:00 PM St. Joseph's Church Hall East 2nd Street* Lordsburg, NM $6/Plate (3 Tacos, Beans & Rice) Delivery available on orders of three plates or more. • " EXceptions will be made for shut-ins & handicap. To pre-6rder, call Sal-Diaz, Jr. at 575-542-9219 or Jr. Saucedo at 575-313-3040 Proceeds to benefit the Knights of Columbus Scholarship Fund Insurance Program. Get cover- age early-there is a waiting pe- riod before it takes effect• Turn Around Don't Drown TM Safety Tips' • Driving around barricades is illegal and dangeroas. • Do not let children play near storm drains or washes af- ter a heavy rain. • Avoid low,water cross- ings. • Avoid camping in a wash or in the bottom of'a canyon with steep side slopes. Be especially cautious at night• Flood dangers are much more difficult to see in the dark. • Even a less serious urban flood can be dangerots. Driv- ing 'too fastthrough standing water can cause a car to hydro- plane. The best defense is to slow down or pull well off the road (with the lights off) for a few minutes to wait out heavy rains. • , Avoid areas already flooded, especially if the water is flowing fast. • Do not attempt to cross flowing streams. • Do not camp or park a ve- hicle along streams and washes, particularly during threatening conditions. • If flooding occurs, get to higher ground. Get out of areas subject to flooding. This in- cludes dips, low spots, canyons, washes, etc. • Roadbeds may be washed out under floodwaters. Never drive through, flooded road- ways. • If your vehicle is suddenly caught in rising water, leave it immediately and seek higher ground. • If a traffic signal is out, treat the intersection as a 4-way stop. • As little as ten inches of water can float average-sized cars, mini-vans, SUVs and trucks. Strength of the flow is the critical forc'e. • When in doubt, wait it out, or find a safer route. Francisco H. "Kiki" Chaires Francisco H. "Kiki" Chaires, 82, lifelong Lordsburg resident and businessman passed away Saturday June 30, 2012 at Gila Regional Medi- cal Center in Sil- ver City• A prayer vigil was held Wednesday evening at 6 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Mass of the Resurrection was Thursday morning at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. John • Weber, Pastor, of- ficiating. Conclud.ing services with honors followed at Shakespeare Cemetery. Kiki was born July 11, 1929 in Valedon, New Mexico to Fran- cisco and Concha (Nevarez) Chaires. He served his country ' honorably in the United States Army and upon his return he was employed in several areas includ- ing the Cory Penn Gas Station, milkman, electrician, mining and eventually at Smith Ford in the mid 1960's. In theearly 1970's Kiki became co-owner of Smith Ford and up until only recently he was still making deals? In the ' community he had served on the Lordsburg City Council and as Hidalgo County Commissioner for several terms. Kiki was a long- time member of the Lordsburg Li- ons Club and enjoyed hunting trips and being outdoors with his TV£3 ' lh II lid people, and being the caring and giving person he was he became and an advocate for seniors and children. His family was of ut- most importance to him and they remember him as being a loving and caring husband, father, grand- father, father in law and friend. He is sur- vived by his lov- ing wife and companion of 58 years, Helen R. Chaires of Lordsbufg; sons, Richard A. Chaires and Frank R. Chaires HI Of Lordsburg; daughters, Denise M. Luzar and her husband Pat of Tucson, Francisco H."Kiki" Chaires AZ, Priscilla A. Gomez and her husband Santos (John) of.Las Cruces; brothers, Angel Chaires of Phoenix, AZ, Armando Chaires of Las Cruces, Vicente Chaires of Nashville,. TN, Joe M. Rios of Bayard; sisters, Alice Dimas and Rosie Ramirez of Lordsburg, Mary Orona of Las Cruces; 4 ,grandchildren, Joseph and Rob- ert Chaires, Alex and Amy Luzar; and numerous extended family members• He was preceded in death by his parents, granddaugh-. ter Yvette Gomez, and sister, Olivia Fuentes. Pallbearers were Frank R. Chaires III, Richard A. Chaires, Santos (John) Gomez, ,lex Luzar, and Joseph and Robert Chaires. Honorary bearers were Pat Luzar and Manny Rendon. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels• Exclu- sive provider for "Veterans & the online guest book or to send `• a card, please visit our website at • Www.bacasfuneralchapels.com. 811 S. Gold Ave., Deming, NM 88030• Phone: 575.546•9671 David L. Inge David L. Inge, 51, a resident of Deming, NM entered eternal rest on Sunday, July 1, 2012 at Providence Memorial Hospital in E1 Paso, Texas. David was born on May 11, 1961 in Portales, New Mexico to Willie Inge and Tolitha Inge. David enjoyed spending time with his family and working out- doors. He also enjoyed spending time with his family and friends• He is survived by his father of Alamogordo, NM; his loving wife, Paula Aquino Inge of Deming, NM; Christopher Inge and his wife Tiffany of Dallas, Texas; two daughters, Amber Inge and her fianc6 Wayne of Alamogordo, NM and Jennifer Newton and her husband Kevin of Alamogordo, NM; two sisters Deborah Gonzalez and her hus- band Jose of E1 Paso, TX and Dolores Inge and her fianc6 Ja- son of Ruidoso, NM; his step mother, Sandy Inge; two grand- children, Caleb Inge and Mat- thew Inge; his in laws, Joe and Olivia Aquino of. Lordsburg, NM and his nieces and nephews• : He is preceded in death by his mother, Tolitha Inge and one fiephew, Austin Inge. Private ser- vices are scheduled follow by cremation• Arrangements are. with Terrazas Funeral Chapels & Cre- matory "Trusted care for the ones you love"-575-546-0070. To send your condolences, visit ww.terrazasfuneralchapel.com 00gthen pna this season with a new tq for gardeners By gardening expert, W/radio host, au!hor & columnist MEL!ND. A MYERS As gardeners well know, there are plenty of challengeg our landscapes will face throughout the growing season• Heat, drought, ]aests and dgeae • e-all all take their toll on our plants, causing wilting, browj damaged plants and even plant death• Fortunately, gardeners now have an exciting new or- ganic tool for growing healthy, productive, and beautiful land- scapes all season long. Researchers have discov- ered that when some plants are stressed they produce certain molecules that help them bet ter tolerate environmental stresses as well as insect and disease attacks• They isolated the molecules and applied them to other plants• This im- proved the treated pnts' own natural defenses, much like im- munizations do for us. All natural plant strengthen-ers, like JAZ Spray, were developed as a result of these findings•. Plant strengtheners immunize plants against environmental stresses such as heat and drought, while building their defenses against insects and diseases• They are not fertilizers .that provide nutrients, nor are they pesticides that kill the insects and disease organisms. This new tool can help gardeners deal with gar- dening challenges that are be- yond their control. 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And always remember that proper soil preparation, plant selection, and care are also critical in growing beautiful, productive and healthy plants. Monitor your plants' health throughout the growing sea- son. Uncovering problems early may be the difference be- tween a little clean up and the need to treat. And, if treatment is needed, look for the most eco-friendly products avail- able. Investing a bit of time and energy now to lay the founda- tion for a healthy and produc- tive landscape will surely pay off with low maintenance, beautiful gardens for years to come. For more gardening tips visit www.melindamyers.com. 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