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+ HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 2010 9 ,STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF HIDALGO &apos;IN THE DISTRICT COURT .SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Cause No. CV 2010-47 JOHN AQUINO and FERNANDO QUINO P(aintiffs, ,V,,, EIROUP ONE: The following named defendants: LINDA CHAVEZ, ROSIE MIRABAL, MERCY AQUINO, HIPOLITO AQUINO and JOE AQUINO, GROUPTWO: UNKNOWN DEFENDANTS, whether ,living or deceased; GROUP THREE: THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF JOSE ,AQUINO, deceased and THE UN- KNOWN HEIRS OF PAULA M. AQUINO, deceased and THE UN- .KNOWN HEIRS OF FRANCISCO .,QUINO, deceased and THE UN- KNOWN HEIRS OF LUCY AQUINO, "deceased. GROUP FOUR: ALL UNKNOWN CLAIMANTS OF IN- T.'EREST ADVERSETO PLAINTIFFS i6 the following described property: AJI of Lot 4 and all of Lot 5 in Block 2 of it.e Small Addition to the City of LGrdsburg, Hidalgo County, New lexico, according to the map or plat. thereof on file in the office of the .Qounty Clerk of Hidalgo County, New iMexico. ,13efendants. ." NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF + . b: ,L :#i; b- e LAWSUIT The following named de- fendants: LINDA CHAVEZ, ROSIE MIRABEL, MERCY AQUINO, HIPOLITO AQUINO, and JOE AQUINO, UNKNOWN DEFEN- DANTS, whether living or deceased; THE UNKNOWN HEIRSOF JOSE AQUINO, deceased, PAULA M. AQUINO, deceased, LUCY AQUINO, deceased, and FRANCISCO AQUINO, deceased; and ANTS OF INTEREST IN THE PREMISES ADVERSE TO PLAINTIFFS GREETINGS: You are hereby notified that the above named Plaintiffs have filed a civil ac- tion against you in the abo've-entitied Court and cause pursuant to the Complaint in Suit to Quielt Title. The general object of the suit is to estab- lish and quiet the Plaintiff's fee simple title in the real property described therein against adverse clatims of you, and each of you, the said Defendants, and to bar and estop you, and each of you, from having or claiming any lien upon or right, title, or interest ad- verse to the Plaintiffs in or 'to the sub- ject property. The subject property is described as: All of Lot 4 and all of Lot 5 in Block 2 of the Small Addition to the City of Lordsburg, Hidalgo County, New- Mexico, according to the nnap or plat thereof on file in the OffFice of the County Clerk of Hidalgo County, New Mexico. That unless you file a responsive pleading or motion in said cause on or before the 3 rd day of S4eptember, 2010, judgment by default: will be en- tered against you. Name and address of Plaintiff's attor- ney: Jim F0y JIM FOY AND ASSOCIATES 210 W. Broadway St• PC Box 2615 Silver City, NM 88(362 Witness the Honorablle Daniel Viramontes, District Judtge of the Sixth Judicial District CcDurt of the State of New Mexico, and lthe Seal of the District Court of Hidalgo County, this 3 rd day of August, 201 0. MART[INA ELIAS Clerk of the Sixth Judicial District Court Hidallgo County By Julie V. Mlontenegro Judiciall Specialist a6/13/20c NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Hidalgo County Board el Commis- sioners shall hold a public', hearing in accordance with the provisions of the New Mexico Liquor Control Act . ALL UNKNOWN CLAIM- (NMSA). The public heariing will ad- 'i Vtt Lots w/improvements in Windmill Sulbdivi- )n. Take a look! 15 acres of water rights in the Animas Basin 140+acres w/water rights, wells and buildings. i l00o00Cl$00ot00 LISTINGt ,. 1528 Animas St, 2 BR, 1 Bath, Fenced Yard, ;40k 312 E. 5th SL 2 BR, 1 Bath, Stone Wall, ,ttached Garage, $45K 2.7 Acres of C0mmecrcial property on East el Drive near Pilot. Great Location. Corner of Pyramid & 2nd St., 2368 sq. ft. :Commercial/Residential. Great Location.. HATCH REALTY Associate Brokers: Richard Chaires 575-6410-6998 George Jackson 575-53}8-1144 dress (among other items) whether Hidalgo County shall approve or dis- approve the issuance of a beer and wine restaurant liquor license for on premise consumption only to James P, Villa, doing business as Rodeo County Store (the "Appli- cant"), application #A-621165, 215 Highway 80, Rodeo, New Mexico, The public hearing shall be held Wednesday, September 8,2010 PM at 4:00 pm at the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department, 720 E. 2 " Street, Lordsburg, New Mexico• A20/27c NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Hidalgo County Board of Commis- sioners shall hold a public hearing in accordance with the provisions of the New Mexico Liquor Control Act (NMSA). The public hearing will ad- dress (among other items) whether Hidalgo County shall approve or dis- "approve the issuance of a (Master) Winegrower Liquor License (Wine Production) to Leonard W. Besinger, Jr., doing business as Bellanzi Winery #2, (the "Appli- cant"), application #A-637645, lo- cated at 150 Hachita Peak road, Hachita, Hidalgo County, New Mexico 88040. The public hearing shall be held on Wednesday, Septem- ber 8, 2010 PM at 4:00 pm at the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department, 720 E. 2 n Street, Lordsburg, New Mexico. A20/27c ............................................ Legal NOtice The Southwest Regional Transit Dis- trict (SWRTD) will conduct a regular meeting on Wednesday, August 18th, 2010 at 10:00 am at the Deming Train Depot, 1313 North Country Club Rd., Deming, New Mexico. If you are an individual with a disability who is in need of a reader, amplifier, qualified sign language interpretation or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the hearing or meeting please contact the RTD Director at (575) 544-9963 or 1-866- 934-3866 as soon as possible• An agenda is available at the South- west Regional Transit District Office, 24 hours prior, 1313 North Country Club Rd. Deming, New Mexico• Katherine Smyer, Executive Director SWRTD/Corre Caminos Transit 575-544-9963 575-388-3180 a20c LEGAL NOTICE A regular meeting of the Southwest New Mexico Council of Govemments Preserv(]tion Archaeologi.,00ts study 18th-Century ship found at World Trade Center site By GWENDOLYN PURDOM I Preservation Magazine - Online On/y/Aug. 12, 2010 Boat timbers were found 30 feet underground at the World Trade Center site. At the site of one of America's darkest days, a team recently uncovered a reminder of its brightest. On July 13, ar- chaeologists at New York City's Ground Zero un- earthed 32 feet of an 18th- century ship, 30 feet below the street where the World Trade Center once stood. Overseen by the Port Author- ity of New York and New Jersey and the Lower Manhattan Devel- opment Corporation, the site, one block from the where the twin tow- ers stood, is under construction as the future location of the rebuilt World Trade Center's vehicle se- curity center, parking garage, and park. Officials from AKRF, a New York City-based environmental and archaeological consulting firm that has worked with the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation on the redevelop- ment of the entire Ground Zero site since 2002, were monitoring construction the morning of the discovery. A. Michael Pappalardo, an archaeologist with AKRF and the excavation project manager, says his firm had been prepared to find 18th- and 19th-century artifacts, as the area in what was once the Hudson River had been identified as a former landfill cre- ated as part of New York City's expansion. "There was room below those ately, as consultants from the state gins and history. Warren Reiss, the historic preservation office, New principal investigator, and a pro- York City Landmarks Preserva- fessor of 18th-century maritime tion Commission, and various history and archeology at the other experts were called on to University of Maine, says so far expose, identify, and map the re- they've determined the likely two-masted ship was a cargo ves- sel that mainly travelled along the Atlantic coast, rather than across oceans, Dendrochro- nologists are working to deter- mine more spe- cific dating infor- mation using the wood's tree rings (currently, the team estimates the ship dates to around 1800); wood samples are Photo Credit: Courtesy AKRF being analyzed mains. The second week, a team to find the ship's origins; and zo- was assembled to remove the ship, and evaluate removal op- tions, including whether the rem- nants should be left in place, moved in their entirety.or disas- sembled and removed, the method the group eventually chose. Week three, July 26 through 30, was dedicated to the actual removal process. Each timber at the site was individually labeled, recorded in • relation to its "location on the ship, packed in Polyethylene foam and a water impermeable barrier to keep the wood from drying out, lifted out of the site, and trans- ported by truck to the Maryland facility. Time was of the essence on the project, New York State Historic Preservation Office ar- chaeologist Doug Mackey says. "What we did was create a plan for the emergency removal of the ship because the wood is extremely fragile once it starts to dry out," Mackey says. "Not only do we have to get it out of the ground, but because they've been de-watering, the whole area, it's ologists are studying geographi- cally specific wood worm shells to establish where the ship trav- eled. Workers have found remains of a shoe buckle, ceramic pipe bowls, a cannon ball, and a cop- per alloy coin among the rem- nants. Findings so far suggest the ship is unusual in that common cargo ships from this period were rarely documented or preserved. "This isn't the king's and queen's ship; this is part of the history of 99.9 percent of America that never got recorded," says prin- cipal investigator Warren Reiss. "Ships were technologically one of the most advanced things that a society made in those days. They didn't have airplanes and rocket ships and electronics, so their best minds were often the shipwrights. This is one of the ships that helped build New York and probably the country." Moving forward, Doub says just stabilizing the wood could take three to four years, and though she says the Port Author- will be held Thursday, Augun=-=dr-b-a-nces-TGr--hitOric 2010, 9:00 a.m. atthe Deming public Schools offices on 400 Cody Road, Deming, New Mexico• A closed session may be called dur- ing the Annual Meeting, pursuant to NMSA 1978 10-15(H). If you are an individual with a disability who needs a reader, amplifier, qualified sign lan- guage interpreter or any other form of auxiliary aid or service to attend or participate in the meeting, please con- tact the Council of Governments of- fice at 1203 North Hudson, Silver City, New Mexico or call 388-1509 at least one week prior to the meeting. An agenda may be obtained at 1203 North Hudson (Town of Silver City Annex, 2 d floor) in Silver City or by calling (575) 388-1509. All members are urged to attend. The meeting is open and the public is invited to at- tend. Jovita G. Gonzales, Chair A20c resources to still be intact," Pappalardo says. "It was very clear within an hour or two that what we had were the remains of a ship." The unusual find garnered immediate media attention and inspired Nichole Doub, head con- servator at St. Leonard, Md., Mary- land Archaeological Conserva- tion Laboratory, to offer her lab's conservation and preservation services to AKRF and the other governing groups on the project. Her lab team was brought on a. week after the discovery. "A lot of people are just so interested in this they want to claim some kind of ownership as having participated in [the ship's] cultivation and excavation," Doub says. 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At the Maryland Archaeo- logical Conservation Laboratory, Doub and her team of conserva- tors, volunteers, and interns are now using brushes and sponges to scrub 200 years of muck and mud from the delicate oak pieces as experts work to determine more information about the ship's ori- ity and LMDC, who are funding the project, have looked into the possibility of eventually recon- structing and displaying the ship, it's not a priority at this early stage. "This ship dates to a time when the United States was really coming into its own," Doub says. "It was just after our war for inde- pendence, and we really de- pended heavily on the shipping industry. The waterways were the lifeblood of our nation." 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