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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER10, 2010 Sandy Shiffman, OWner Swap and Shop Consignmc,nt and Resale officially opens in Rodeo By SANDY SHIFFMAN I guess you could say I was born into this business. Grow- ing up in Venice Beach, CA with a family of seven buying new clothes, furniture, cars, etc was not an option. My ram ily mostly bought second hand, marked down "sale" items or we bought it broken and then fixed it ourselves. I learned very young how to buy smartly. My mother would make our clothes. Actually my mother's clothes were much nicer than what most of my class mates wore. She and I would pick out the fabrics and pattems then she would make me dresses, suits, jackets, hats, bikini's...you name it. So I would have to say my look was unique or different than the store bought ,items. My mom taught me to sew, knit, cr0chet...I taught myself how to macam6 (very poptdar back then) and make jewelry. Many years later I decided to macram6 a water bottle holder, then I crocheted one...pe0ple started asking me where I got it. The next thing I knew was that I am making and selling them. That led me to making custom purses and backpacks, using fab- ric, Crochet or Macram and beads. I was making more money from the purses then my day job. Over the next couple of years the department stores like Wal- Sen. Udall invites students to apply for internships Submitted by SEN. TOM UDALL'S OFICE/Washington, DC. U.S. Senator Tom Udall is inviting college students to ap- ply for internships in each of his offices. To submit an application for an internship with Udall's of- rice, please visit tomudall.senate.gov and select Internships. All internships are unpaid, but may count toward college credit. Students should check with their respective college or university for requirements. Col- lege students from New Mexico or college students attending New Mexico schools are given first preference, and students of all majors are encouraged to ap- ply. "Working in my offices wilt give students a unique and un- paralleled perspective of the in- ner workings of the United States Senate. Interns play an integral role in my offices' operations by assisting with administrative, constituent service, legislative, and correspondence duties in ad- dition to attending events and meetings," Udall said. "This is a gi'eat opportunity to learn about the governmental process and public service and I encourage New Mexico students to apply." The dates for internships in Udall's offices are flexible and all offices are currently accepting applications for the 2011 spring semester. For more information, please e-maih hip@.gov. 575 Mart and Target started mass pro- ducing crochet purses so I let that business fade out. Opening a shop like this is a dream come true. The community is able to rid them- selves of items they no longer need without having to drive into • the city and they can put money in their pockets as well, not to mention bringing in something that someone would be looking for. Learning what this commu- nity and people visiting the ar- eas would like to find here is something I am really looking forward to. We expect the busi- ness to change and grow with the feedback and comment's that . shoppers will share with us. Another part of the Shop I am so excited about is the grocery items. Good and healthy food is always a good thing to have available. With weekly, fresh and organic produce from the La Buena Vida Farms and yummy baked goods, coffee's and tea's and a variety of.interesting foods, we can fulfill a need in this area. With a friendly, comfortable and ever changing shop, we can hope- fully be a place that will add to the charm and convenience of the Rodeo and Portal area. We also plan on. renting out tools and equipment," we will be giving out referrals of people that can assist with whatever work needs to be done. We also hope to be offer- ing an occasional class or work- shop as we learn what people would like to be offered. A little creativity and com- mon sense are the basis of run- ning this business. Please come in and find out for yourselves, after all "One man's trash is another man's trea- sure." I) Preservc]Iion Ne,,Js , trizona tnotel at risk By HEATHER MCMAHON dation, sees potential in the Foundation hopes to acquire the I Preservation Magazine Qnfine Pueblo Revival-style motel, property and restore the Baths I Nov. 18, 2010 "It's an extensive property, well- as well as a few of the original A piece of Americana in preserved, and could be utilized cottages. Although still in their Mesa, Ariz., is in initial stages, limbo after the plans for the death of its 10rig- remaindcr of time owner. The the land in- Buckhorn Baths elude a sports motel has been complex for closed since 1999 Little League and is located on teams, in 15 acres in the keeping "with middle of acom- the site's mercial area, put- b a s eb a 1 1 ring it at risk for legacy. development. " Y h e Ted and Buckhorn is Alice Sliger de- such a unique veloped the part of the Buckhorn Baths history of as a cottage me- Mesa, and tel and operated The Buckhorn Baths motel has been listed on the National Regis- was so im- the business for ter of Historic Places since 2005. portant to the more than 60 Photo Credit: National Register of Historic Places development years. (Alice of this part Sliger died on Nov. 9 at the age for a number of purposes, in- of Arizona," Peters says. "To see of 103.) The eclectic, Pueblo eluding mixed-use," he says. it disappear would be a real in- Revival-style building opened The Mesa Preservation justice." in 1939, whenthe Sligers dis- Ot 2 covered hot mineral springs on their land. The healing waters were instrumental in making Mesa a seasonal stop for base- ,,/._1,' ˘,,,,,u,, t.J,,,,-, ball teams in the so-called Cac- tus League. From 1947 to 1972, the New York (later San Fran- By LORENZO ALBA, JR. please stop, by the facility and ask. cisco) Giants, with such famous Let me begin by apologiz- for Susan Palomarez our Activi- players as Willie Mays and Ty ing for not submitting my column ties Director for more information Cobb, made the Buckhorn their last week. Our week was full and or to become an official Sunshine winter home. Also known as the busy at Sunshine Haven. It was a Haven Volunteer. Buckhorn Mineral Baths and good week 0nd in this season of Christmas is a time of hope; Wildlife Museum, the 15-build- hope; hope'is alive at Sunshine a time to give. And time is. the ing complex features more than Haven.. most precious gift you can give 400 animals stuffed by Ted We are gearingup for the another human being. Sliger, as well as a collection of holidays and let us begin by Sometimes just the sound of mutates, or stones used as land- thanking the Saucedo Family and a voice is enough to make another Saucedo's Supermarket for the person smile. scape features. Located on Mesa's main commercial strip, donations of the hams to our fa- • Someone once said that Old US' Highway 60, the motel cility. We appreciate your gener- when you chose hope anything also served as a gas station, post ous hearts and'the love for our is possible; that was a human be- office, and bus stop, making" it residents. And they really enjoyed ing with heart and soul and faith. central to life in Mesa. the treat and we are grateful as We are blessed to have the "Everyone remembers the well. best residents and a caring staff Buckhorn," says Ronald Peters, The facility is excited about here at Sunshine Haven and we loqal architect and board mem- all the churches and organiza- appreciate the community and the ber of the Mesa Preservation tions helping out for Christmas . people that we serve. Foundation, a group recently this year. The First Baptist , Have an amazing week full formed to save the motel and Church, Assembly of God VFW of God's grace, see ya next week! preserve other examples of lo- and the Police Athletic League cal heritage. "There's been such are all donating gifts, entertain- VFW holds a groundswell to save it." ment and most importantly their Earlier this year the Soci- time to our residents. We thank ety for C°mmercial'theminadvancef°rtheirgener-qV/JU Gll/l=n/=nr'" Archaeology named the Na- osity. tional Register-listed motel one And speaking of time, we are of this year's Most Endangered looking for some volunteers to Dece bet _.a Roadside Places. The Ariiona help one to one activities. The m Preservation Foundation listed residents really appreciate visita - the Buckhorn as one of the tions, reminiscing and some one Ann Estrada was the winner state's Most Endangered His- to read to them. If you are feeling of the VFW 50/50 raffle held dur- toric Places in 2005 and 2007. generous with your time, please ing Moonlight Madness on De- Jim McPherson, a member come by and help us out with cember 3, 2010. She won of the board of directors of these very personal activities. $213.50, The winning ticket was the Arizona Preservation Foun- If you'd like to volunteer, drawn by Hope Montoya. The Family of Annette Vargas would sincerely like to thank every- lone who traveled to attend the |Memorial Service in Tucscm, AZ., |and/or the' Memorial Service in | Lordsburg. Thatks to those who |participated or contributed in the I Memorial Service Masses, including Father Mike Williams, Corina Cooper, Laura Fenn, Saul (JR) Ortega, Sonya Grado, St. Joseph's Choir, & everyone @St. Margaret Mary Parish in Tucson, Az. Thank you, for all the cards, flowers, plants, monetary donations, gifts of food & other misc. donations. Our heartfelt thanks " .. .;}' r v,., L ,q for all your words of comfort & support, & ,/ //i: foryour prayers throughout Annette's i,: //illness & after her passing. God Bless you all, | ," . , for accompanying us during the loss ofour I Beloved Annette. i '' 00˘10 S .'"" Mexico. Food li0W :)erlrlll!l... Tripitas Churros ' , Stop ,n an! see us today/ Opt.n 7 Days a We6k? 6:00 AM- 8,30 I'M 6Lr4dbuM;lM Drive ::;t.":d",' 542-8989 •  O ,'