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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 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@ai------__ q A 25-word classified ad will only cost you $5.00. l Any additional words will be 5 each. FOR SALE: 2001 Dodge Dakota Truck, 4 cylinders, 5-speed standard transmission. 85,051 miles. Call 575- 956-3466. ltp TRUST INTHE LORD Luke 11:13-4 And forgive us our sins, for we also forgive everyone that is indebted to us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. READYOUR BIBLE o15/n19p HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 BR, 1 Bath, fenced yard. Woodbuming stove. No indoor pets. Looking for responsible couple to rent. Seiious inquiries only. Call for appointment on weekends. 575-590-1063. ltp JOB OPENING LEGAL NOTICE The Lordsburg Housing Authority is seeking applicatiohs for Finance/Ad- . ministrative Clerk qualifications: High School diploma or equivalent, pass an alcohol / drug test, retain a valid NM Drivers License throughout em- ployment, must be able to pass a NCIC Criminal Query HUD Screen- ing for security password access and provide employment verifica- tions. Knowledge of Housing and Ur- ban Rules and Regulations (a plus), Filing, Typing, Computer knowledge a must, cliental / public relations. Applications and complete job de- scription may be picked up at the of- rice of the Executive Director / Ms. Esperanza B.Tarango, 1001 Avenida Del Sol during normal business hours 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Deadline is Wednesday November 24, 2010 at 2:00 PM. Application must be returned to the office of Esperanza B. Tarango / Executive Director at 1001 Avenida Del Sol., Lordsburg,' New Mexico 88045 ............................................ Lordsburg Housing Authority re- FOR RENT: Spanish Arms Apart- ments is now accepting applications for rentals. Call 575-436-2574 or 575- 741-0846. tfnc ............................................ King Arthur's Apartments is now tak- ing applications for 1,2 and 3 Bed- room Apartments. Please pick up application at 428 W. Gale Street. II 022/d10c REAL ESTATE FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE Lordsburg NM 3 Bedroom 2 Bath, Office, Large Yard. $102,000.00 For into call Gina M Sanchez 575-574-2051 (please leave message) n 19/26pcc serves the right to reject any and all applications and recognizes the Equal -Opportunity Employment Standards. A'I-rEST: /s/Esperanza B.Tarango Executive Director N19/26c At Sunshine Haven, you'll not only make a living, you'll make a difference. We have opportunities at Sunshine Haven for individuals interested in working in our Dietary Dept. We are searching for motivated, dependable candidates for the following positions: Part-Time Dietary Aide Apply in person with Rosie Lay 603 Hadeco Drive Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-542-3539 ffnc AUCTION The following vehicle will be put up for public auction on Thursday, Decem- ber 10, 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 VI N#: 1GNDM19ZORB120242 $2,700.00 n26/d3o Email us at hcherald @aznex.net o hcherald @ hotmail.com _ cottOtt k00es Farmland with water rights in Cotton City. NEW LISTING! * Historic P0W Road Area--Big home, nearly 7 acres, 360 degree view. * 1325 S. Animas St. 2 BR, 1 BA on approx. 1/2 acre. * 208 W. 7th St. 2 BR, 2 BA House * Vacant Lot, corner of Animas and High Streets. Great Location. PUBLIC NOTICE OFTHE INTENT TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 96- 40, "LODGER'S TAX POLICY" Public notice is hereby given that the City Council of the City of Lordsburg will consider for an amendment and approval at its regular meeting on Oc- tober 14, 2010 the adoption of an Ordinance to amend the Lodger's Tax, Chapter 9, Article 2 under Ordi- nance 96-40. The complete ordinance may be viewed in the Office of the City clerk during normal business hours. /s/Frank M. Rodriguez, Mayor n 19/26c City of Lordsburg, New Mexico Notice of Meeting, Public Hearing and Intent to Adopt Ordinances The City of Lordsburg, New Mexico, hereby gives notice of a regular City Council meeting for ' Thursday, December 9, 2010, at 5:30 p.m., at the Lordsburg City Hall, 409 Wabash Street, Lordsburg, New Mexico. At such meeting, the City Council will consider for adoption the two ordinances described below. Complete copies of the proposed or- dinances are available for public in- spection during the normal and regu- lar business hours of the City Clerk, 409 Wabash Street, Lordsburg, New Mexico. The titles of the proposed Ordinances are: AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF THE CITY OF LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2011A, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED FOUR THOUSAND DOLLARS ($104,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND EXTENDING THE CITY'S WASTEWATER SYS- TEM; PROVIDING FORTHE ISSU- ANCE AND SALE OFTHE BONDS; PROVIDING THAT THE BONDS WILL BE PAYABLE AND COLLECT- IBLE SOLELY FROM NET.REV- ENUESTO BE DERIVED FROMTHE OPERATION OF THE CITY'S WASTEWATER SYSTEM; PROVlD-_ .... ING FOR THE TERMS AND CON- DITIONS OF THE BONDS, THE MANNER OFTHEIR EXECUTION, THE METHOD OF PAYING THE BONDS AND'OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS AND SUCH SYSTEM, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS IN CONNEC- TION THEREWITH; RATIFYING AC- TION PREVlOUSLYTAKEN IN CON- NECTION THEREWITH AND AP- PERTAINING THERETO. AUTHORIZING THE ISSUANCE OF THE CITY OF LORDSBURG, NEW MEXICO WASTEWATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENT REVENUE BONDS, SERIES 2011 B, IN THE PRINCIPAL AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED NINTY-NINE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($199,000.00) FOR THE PURPOSE OF IMPROVING AND EXTENDING THE CITY'S WASTEWATER SYS- TEM; PROVIDING FORTHE ISSU- ANCE AND SALE OFTHE BONDS; PROVIDING THAT THE BONDS WILL BE PAYABLE AND COLLECT- IBLE SOLELY FROM NET REV- ENUESTO BE DERIVED FROMTHE OPERATION OF THE CITY'S WASTEWATER SYSTEM; PROVID- ING FOR THE TERMS AND CON- DITIONS OF THE BONDS, THE MANNER OFTHEIR EXECUTION, THE METHOD OF PAYING THE BONDS AND OTHER DETAILS CONCERNING THE BONDS AND SUCH SYSTEM, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO COVENANTS AND AGREEMENTS IN CONNEC- TION THEREWITH; RATIFYING AC- TION PREVIOUSLYTAKEN IN CON- NECTION THEREWITH AND AP- PERTAINING THERETO. The titles set forth a general sum- mary of the subject matter contained in the two Ordinances. This notice constitutes compliance with Section 3-17-3 NMSA 1978. N26c Southside Students of the Week Southside Elementary School Students of the Week for November 8, 2010 were Genesis De Luna, Selina Saenz, Maria Reyes and Zebediah Snarr. Courtesy photo Enjoy the holidays 01d West-Style in S ou!hwestern NM starting Nov. 19 Whether it's shopping for one-of-a-kind gifts, watching tra- ditional Pueblo dancing or walk- ing along a luminaria-lit beach as decorated boats float by, the holidays in Southwestern New Mexico - the heart of the Old West - are truly unforgettable. Las Cruces, NM. The sea- sonal events kick off on Friday, November 19 as the American Southwest Theatre Company pre- sents the classic holiday musical play, "A Christmas Carol," featur- ing the characters of Ebenezer Scrooge, Bob Cratchit and the Fezziwigs. Prices range from $10 to $15 per person. The play con- tinues through December 5, and is located at the Hershel Zohn Theatre, 3014 McFie Circle in Las Cruces. Call (575) 646-4515 or 800-525-ASTC (2782) for in- formation or visit http:// theatre.nmsu.edu/astc. To get a leg up on holiday shopping, the Potter's Guild of Las Cruces is hosting a "Holiday Pottery Sale" on November 19 and 20 at the Las Cruces Associa- tion of Realtors Building, 150 E. Idaho Ave. in Las Cruces. Visit pottersguildlc.com for details. On November 27 and 28, the "Holiday Antique Crafts Show" will provide visitors an enjoyable shopping experience with one of largest antique and crafts shows in the State. Located at St. Genevieve's Parish Hall at 1025 Las Cruces Ave. Call (575) 541- 2444 for details. On Friday, December 3, tb, e downtown mall and the Las Cruces Railroad Museum will feature the free 7th Annual "Trail of Lights," where holiday revel- ers can enjoy hot chocolate with Santa Claus and see the official lighting of the City's Christmas tree at 5 p.m. that evening. The tree lighting will be held at Johnson Park at the corner of Picacho and Main St. Call (575) 541-2296 for details. On Saturday, December 10, thousands of luminarias will light up the historic Old Mesilla Plaza in Las Cruces and the town Christmas tree will be lit. Plaza businesses will stay open late as shoppers stroll the Plaza and lis- ten to live music, beginning at 6 p.m. Call Kristie Medina at (575) 524-3262xl 16 or visit oldmesilla.org for details. Finally, on Christmas Eve - December 24 - the Plaza in Old Mesilla will be transformed into a winter wonderland with thou- sands of luminarias lighting up the streets as carolers lead a choir from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Call Kristie Medina at (575) 524-3262 for information or visit oldmesilla.org. Socorro, NM. On Friday, De- cember 3, rows of luminarias will light the way on Socorro's His- toric Plaza, from 5:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for the 7th annual "Luminarias on the Plaza," with a tree lighting ceremony at 6 p.m. Socorro artists will display their works in surrounding shops. event, which is hosted by the City of Socorro and Socorro County Arts, will include live music, re- freshments, carriage rides, and photos with Santa. Call Socorro County Arts at (575)835-2787 for details or visit socorrocountyarts.com. Tortugas, NM. In Tortugas, NM, just three and a half miles outside of Las Cruces, Guadalupe Pueblo will host a three day cel- ebration with traditional Pueblo dancing, food and a pilgrimage up the Tortugas "A" mountain for Pueblo members. "The "Our Lady of Guadalupe Fiesta at Tortugas" celebration is slated for Decem- ber 10 through 12, and includes the "Virgin de Guadalupe Fiesta" at St. Genevieve's Catholic Church located at 100 S. Espina St. Call (575) 524-9649 or (575) 526-8171, for schedule or more information. Fort Selden, NM. Fort Selden State Monument, just 13 miles north of Las Cruces, is hosting a free luminaria tour on Sunday, December 11. Thousands of luminarias will shed light on the fascinating historical site, as mili- tary re-enactors demonstrate what life was like in the late 1800's for the Buffalo Soldiers and the U.S. Infantry who lived there. The free tour is from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. Call (575) 867:5351 :rr visit nmmonuments.org for details. Elephant Butte, NM. Also on December 11, Elephant Butte Lake State Park near Truth or Consequences, NM will display. at least 3,500 luminarias along the beach, during the 16th annual "Weekend o.f Lights Festival." The event will feature a floating lights parade, RV and boat light- ing contest, along with thou- sands of luminarias lighting the way to 25 designated campsites on the beach. The event benefits the Make a Wish Foundation. V i s i f elephantbuttechamberofco.com for details. Truth or Consequences, NM. Downtown T or C will cel- ebrate an "Old Fashioned Christ-. mas," December I0 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., featuring a downtown Christmas tree lighting, bonfires, carolers, wagon rides and Santa Claus. Visit sierracountynewmexico.info for details. Hillsboro, NM. Hillsboro, NM - 31 miles southwest of T or C - will celebrate their annual "Hillsboro's Christmas in the FoothillsS from 10 a.m to 4 p.m. on December 4. Events at the Hillsboro Community Center in- clude a silent auction, sale of holi- day wares, and open houses at studios, galleries, and historic. homes in Hillsboro. Visit sierracountynewmexico.info for details. Silver City, NM. The historic town of Silver City will celebrate the holidays the way it was cel- ebrated in the 19th century dur- ing the 26th annual "Victorian, Christmas Evening," December 16 from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m: Re-enac- tots from the Silver City Museum will be dressed in 19th century Victorian-era clothing. The event will feature traditional decora- tions, music and holiday treats. For more information, call the Museum at (575) 538-5921 or, info@ silvercitymuseum.org 0 f visit silvercity.org. For more information 6; holiday events or to plan a trip to historic Southwestern New'. Mexico, visit www.discoversouthwestnm.com. 010 Chev. Silverado-4x4, Like New, Factory Warronty 10 Buick LaCrosse-cx, Loaded, Like New. Factory Warranty, 10 Hyundai Elantra-ELS, Loaded, Like New. 2009 KIA EX-Looded, Like Ne00, 2008 Mazda 6-Loaded, Extra Clean, Like New. 2005 Chev. Equin0x-one * 2.7 Acres of Commecrcial property on East Motel Drive near Pilot. Great Location. * Corner of Pyramid & 2nd St., 2368 sq. ft. Commercial/Residential. Great Location. HATCH REALTY Jody Hatch, Broker 575-640-7150 Associate Brokers: Richard Chaires 575-640-6998 George Jackson 575-538-1144 REAL WEST CINEMA 11585 HWY. 180 EAST ' 538-5659 ' www.hollywood.com 'Nov. 19-25. 2010 Coming Soon: Despicable'Me Charily Food Drive 11/26 @ l0 AM Owner, 004 Jeep Grand Cherokee -4x4, Loaded, Extra Clean, One Owner. i