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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2010 Placing a classified ad in the Hidalgo County Herald is easy! Simply stop in at 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, in Lordsburg, or drop us a line at the same Ads may also be called in to 575-542-8705 or e-mailed to hcherald@a A 25-word classified ad will only cost you $5.00. I1 Any additional words will be 5 each, REAL ESTATE FOR SALE YARD SALE: Saturday, 8 AM to 1 PM at 21;3 E. 'B' Street. Lots of clothes, pictures, furniture, misc. ltp ............................................ YARD SALE: Saturday, September 11 8 AM to ?? 515 E. 3 ra Street. Follow the arrows. Kitchen table, shelf, air compressor. 16" tires w/rims, clothes, shoes, lots of misc. No early birds. ltp Home For Sale in Animas Newly remodeled 4 bedroom, 2 full ............................................ bath doublewide mobile home on 2 1/ 2 FAMILYYARD SALE: Saturday, 9/ 2 acres. New windows as well as 11/10.8 AM to Noon. No Early Birds other improvements, pellet stove w/ Please. 521 E. 3 ra Street, Rosie 1 ton pellets, 24x24 shop, chicken ............................................ AUCTION The following vehicles we be put up for public auction on Thursday, Sep- tember 30, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at Miller Auto Sales and Service, 428 East Motel Drive, Lordsburg, New Mexico, 88045, 575-542-9332. 1990 Chevrolet Suburban VIN#: 1GNGV26K9LF157295 $3,100.00 1994 Astrovan VIN#: 1GNDM19ZORB120242 $2,700.00 s3/10c Ramirez' house, pen w/laying box. fenced garden ltp area. porches, horse corral, well w/ ............................................ great drinking water. Asking $ 62,000 HUGE Yard Sale: Saturday, Septem- negotiable, would consider owner fi- ber 11. 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM (AZ nancing on approved credit. Call 575- time) at 2362 N. Noland Rd San 534-5298. Simon. AZ 85632. Call (520) 508- , tfnc 6433 for directions ltc COMMUNITY RUMMAGE SALE. September 11-12 from 9 am to noon (NM)at the corner storage parking area, corner of Portal Road and Hwy 80 near Rodeo. Everyone is welcome to set up a table and sell your trea- sures or come take a look for good deals. For more into call Jennifer at 520-558-0036 or Judy 575-557-2242. a27/s 10c LEGAL NOTICE STATE ENGINEER OFFICE NOTICE is hereby given that on July 29, 2010, Diamond A Ranch, West- ern Division, LLC, 16 Diamond A Drive, Animas, New Mexico 88020, filed application A-701-S, POD2 with ............................................ the STATE ENGINEER for permit for Supplemental Well in the Animas Val- ley Underground Water Basin by commencing the use of an explor- atory well A-701 POD2 drilled to a depth of 847 feet and constructed with 8 inch outside diameter casing, lo- cated in the NE1/4NWl/4SE1/4 of Section 3, Township 32 South, Range 21 West, NMPM (Latitude N3132'59.8", Longitude W10857'35,7"), Well A-701-S POD2 is to supplement existing wells A-701 POD1 located in the SWl/4NWl/ 4SWl/4; A-698 POD1, located in the NE1/4SWl/4SWl/4; and A-700 POD1 located in the NWl/4SWl/ FOR SALE FOR SALE: 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo, V-6. Maroon. Excellent condi- ?. HOUSE FOR SALE: 2 BR, 1 Bath. All new kitchen cabinets, plumbing, lami- nated floors, carpet in bedrooms, in- terior and exterior paint, remodeled bathroom. 209 E. 7th Street in Lordsburg. $65,000 aBe. Call 575- 574-2257. tfnc tion and maintenance record. 138,500 ............................................ 4SW1/4 all in Section 10, Township actual miles. Priced to sell at $3700. If interested, call 575-590-1166. . S3/10p FOR SALE: 20 acres on Gold Hilt Road. 10 acres with Mobile Home, fruit trees, pecan trees, needs new septic. $25.000. $10,000 Down, $500 per month. 10 acres unimproved. $15.000. $5,000 Down, $500 per month. $30.000 cash for both. Call Dolly Patton at 575-590-5220. fine SERVICES PRAYER YARD WORK: Call 575-313-3247. "Cleanliness is next to Godliness." ltc HELP WANTED: Part time Detention Officer. Pick up applications at the Detention Center, 305 South Pyramid Street, Lordsburg, NM. S3/10c PRAYER OFTHE BLESSED VIRGIN (Never known to fail) Oh. most beautiful flower of Mt. Cara- mel fruitfulvine, splendorof Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, Immaculate Virgin. assist me in my necessity. Oh. Star of the Sea, help me and show me here you are my ............................................ POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT ENERGY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST The Hidalgo County Board of Com- mnssioners is accepting applications for the position of Energy Manage- ment Specialist. Minimum require- ments: bachelor's degree, or four years experience m engineering, achitecture, renewable energy, effi- ciency, and green building design. Position is grant funded. Employment contingent of funding availability. Applications and job description avail- able at the Hidalgo County Manager's office. 300 Shakespeare, Lordsburg, NM 88045. For more information call 575-542-9428. Position open until filled. EOE S3/10c PUBLIC NOTICE Regular Meeting PuNic notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the City Council and the Housing Commission of the City of Lordsburg, New Mexico will be held on Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Cham- bers at 409 W.Wabash Street. A com- plete agenda wi{I be available 24 hours prior to the meeting. If you need an accommodation of a disability to enable you to fully partici- pate, please contact City Hall 48 hours before the meeting at 575-542-3421. /s/Framk M. Rodriguez Mayor S3/10c Mother. Oh, Holy Mary, mother of God. Queen of Heaven and Earth, I humbly beg you from the bottom of my heart to help me in my necessity (make request). There are none that can withstand your power. Oh Mary, conceived without sin. pray for us who have recourse to thee (three times). Say this prayer for three consecu- tive days and then you much publish and it will be granted to you. Grateful thanks E.S. ltp REAL ESTATE FOR RENT HOUSE FOR RENT:Very neat 3 BR, 1 Y Bath, no steps, quiet, senior dis- count. Cotton City. Call 575-741-1641. ltp FOR RENT: 3 BR, 2 BA. Large Fenced In Yard. Very Clean. $600/ Month. $400 Deposit. Call 575-313- 7018. tfnc ............................................ FOR RENT: Mobile trailer, 2 bed- rooms, completely furnished. $400/ Month, $300 Deposit. For more infor- mation see Joe Escobar at 1428 S. Animas Street. Lordsburg, or call 575- 542-8173. S3/10p ............................................ FOR RENT: Spanish Arms Apart- ments is now accepting applications for rentals. Call 575-436-2574 or 575- 741-0846. tfnc WHAT A CHILD LEARNS ABOUT VIOLENCE A CHILD LEARNS FOR LIFE. Looking for a good home! 32 South, Range 21 West, NMPM for domestic and livestock purposes. Amount of water from all sources shall not exceed 33.97 acre-feet per an- num in any one year measured at wells for domestic and livestock pur- poses. Well is located in the vicinity of Clanton Draw, New Mexico in Hidalgo County. Any person or other entity shall have standing to file an objection orpretest if they object that the granting of the application will: (1) Be detrimental to the objector's water right; or (2) Be contrary to the conservation of water within the state or detrimental to the public welfare of the state, provided that the objector shows how they will be substantially and specifically af- fected by the granting of the applica- tion. A valid objection or protest shall set forth the grounds for asserting standing and shall be legible, signed, and include the complete mailing ad- dress of th e objector. An objection or protest must be filed with the state engineer not later than 10 calendar days after the dateof the last publi- cation of this notice. An objection or protest may be mailed to the Office of the State Engineer,-P.O. Box 844, Deming, New Mexico 88031, or taxed to (505)546-2290 provided the Origi- nal is hand-delivered or postmarked within 24 hours after transmission of the fax. The State Engineer will take the application up for consideration in the most appropriate and timely man- ner practical. a27/s3/10c BID NOTICE The City of Lordsburg is now accept- ing sealed bids for the cleaning of the Lordsburg City Hall Building; for a complete list of bid requirements or if you have any further questions; please contact City Hall at 575-542- 3421. Sealed bids will be accepted until Thursday, September 9, 2010 at 10 a.m. at City Hall, 409 W. Wabash St. Lordsburg NM 88045. S3/10c ............................................ LEGAL NOTICE Regular Meeting Public notice is hereby given that the regular meeting of the City Council and the Housing Commission of the City of Lordsburg, New Mexico has been rescheduled forThursday, Sep- tember 23, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 409 W. Wabash Street. A complete agenda will be available 24 hours prior to the meet- j. If you needan accommodation of a disability to enable you to fully partici- pate, please contact City Hall 48 hours before the meeting at 575-542-3421. Is/Frank M. Rodriguez Mayor $10/17c potential pets are currently being housed by the City of Lordsburg and are available for adoption, if you I have room in your heart to give one of these critters a safe] home, please contact Animal Control Officer Robert] DeLaGarza at 575-542-3505. ,[ Pictured are students from WNMU's Silver City and Deming Campuses who will be performing with Angeles De MiTierra. From left to right are Ramona Acosta, Esperanza Comunez, Maria Chacon and Edna Reyes, Mariachi groups to perform at WNMU concert By ABE VILLARREAL/WNMU Western New Mexico Uni- versity is hosting E1 Futuro Del Mariachi, a concert celebrating the youth in mariachi on Satur- day, September 11, 2010. Two concerts are scheduled for 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m, at the Fine Arts Center Theatre. At least five groups and three solo acts are scheduled for the two performances with a special appearance by Mariachi Tierra Bella at the 2:00 p.m. showing. The mariachi groups are based out of Deming with Deming High School students making up two groups, Amistad and Comapeneros. The three other groups, Angeles De Mi Tierra. Mariachi Tierra Bella and Corazon del Desierto. tour professionally. Local singers Raymond Gomez. Oscar Pena and Jessica Perez wil'l accompany the mariachi groups and at least five 'WNMU students from the Deming and Silver City cam- puses will perform. General admission is $10 per ticket and $5 for WNMU students. Tickets can be pur- chased at the Office of Multicultural Affairs and Stu- dent Activities (MASA) located in the Student Memorial Cen- ter or by calling 575-538-6611. The event is sponsored by the MASA Office. United Cam- pus Ministry and several com- munity businesses .and organi- zations. Social Security celebrating 75 years By MICHAEL J. ASTRUEICom- missioner of Social Security This month Social Security, the most successful domestic pro- gram in our nation's history, cel- ebrates its 75th anniversary. On August 14. 1935. Presi- dent Franklin Delano Rqosevelt signed the Social Security Act. With one pen stroke he laid the foundation of modem American social policy. Today, millions of retirees live in dignity thanks to their monthly Social Security benefit payment. Over the de- cades. Social Security expanded to not only protect against the risk of poverty in old age, but also the economic ris]gof, career-end- ing disabii .ly " and the premature death of: worker. In his statement at the sign- ing of the Social Security Act. President Roosevelt said. "If the Senate and the House of Repre- sentatives in this long and ardu- ous session had done nothing more than pass this Bill. the ses- sion would be regarded as historic for all time." I could not agree more. A little over a quarter cen- tury ago, I came to Washington to work on Social Security. Just a few months later, I got a very important tesson on how impor- tant Social Security is to families. My own father, who was almost the same age I am today, suffered a massive cerebral hemorrhage. He started to recover, and then we got the bad news that he had a fatal form of brain cancer, so we began the process to apply for Social Security disability ben- efits. That was a very anxious time for my family, and particularly for my mother. We were all very con- cerned that the health care costs for my father would bankrupt her; it was a great relief when the de- cision came. That's a lesson that has always stuck with me and why I push very hard as Commissioner to try to make sure that we get benefit decisions to claimants as quickly as possible. As we cel- ebrate 75 years. I reflect on how Social Security was there for my family, how proud I am to work REAL WEST CINEMA 11585 ItWY, 180 EAST 538-5659 ' www.holtyw00d.com "Sept. 10-lb, 2010 Coming Soon: Takers & The American for this remarkable program, and how lucky I am to lead such a tal- ented and compassionate work force. I have two wonderful chil- dren who entered the workforce in the past year. One is being called up for active military duty in October and the other will teach inner-city children. It is imperative that they and millions of other young Americans have confidence that we will continue to honor the great intergenerational contract that is Social Security. It is in this spirit that President Obama established the National Commission on Fis- cal Responsibility and Reform that in December will make rec- ommendations regarding the fu- ture of Social Security. With the 75th anmversary of the Social Security Act upon us, the agency has been revitalized despite the huge workloads caused by higher unemploy- ment. Comparedto four years ago, productivity is up, backlogs are down. and an aging IT infra- structure is being replaced with state-of-the-art systems and the best electronic services in the Federal government. I am excited about the next 75 years of Social Security, and you should be too. APPY IRTH RANKLE! 2010 Chev. MalibU-LT. Like New, Loaded, Factory Warranty, 2010 Buick LaCrosse-c, Loaded, Like New, Factory Warranty, 2010 Hyundai Elantra-ELS. Loaded, Like New, 2009 KIA EX-Loaded, Like New. 2009 Pontiac G-5-2 Door, Coupe, Extra Clean, Loaded, Gas Saver, Factory Warranty, 2008 Mazda 6-Loaded, Extra Clean, Like New, 2008 Toyota Tundra-4x2 Under War- ronty, Like New, Double Cab, 2004 KIA 0ptima-Ex, Moon Roof, Leather Seats, remier Sound, Limited Edition, Like New. 2003 Chev 1500-HD Crew Cob, 2WD, Excellent Shape, Loaded, Clean, ......................... [illllilIIBI