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J 8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 2009 Placing a classified ad in the Hidalgo County Herald is easy! Simply stop in at 212 E. Motel Drive, Suite B, in L0rdsburg, or drop us a line at the same address. Ads may also be called in to 575-542-8705 or e-mailed to hcherald@aznex,net. A 25-word classified ad will only cost you $5.00. [ l Any additional words will beh each. I" I I FOR SALE REAL ESTATE FOR SALE FOR SALE: Lots of womens new and used clbthing and jackets, sizes 3X & 4X, shoes sizes 71/2-8. Call Sue at 575-542-8843. ltp 250 E-Books, many different topics. Go to darrilg Dl.1/jlc FOR SALE: 54-inch Phillips flat screen HD TV. Excellent condition. $400. Call 575-639-2484. ltp PuPpIES FOR SALE: American Bull- dogs. $200 each. Call 575-574-2257. 1to FOR SALE: 200 Gallon Propane Tank. $150. Contact Joe Escobar. 1428 S. Animas Street, 542-8173. D4/11 p GIFT CERTIFICATES: Buy one at full price, $100, get second card FREE. same amount. Also. receive a free $25 Card with your order. You also receive $500 on one card for elec- tronics, toys and more. Send $25 for certificate to 105 East 4 'n Street. Lordsburg, NM to come to this ad- dress. D11/jlc PRAYER Trust in the Lord John: 17-19 And for their sakes I sanctify myself that they also might be sanctified through the truth. READYOUR BIBLE D11/j8p MOBILE HOME SPACE FOR RENT: Inquire at KOA 575-542-8003. d11/jlc ............................................ FOR RENT: 3 BR. 1 BA at 103 Ash Street. $600/Month, $600 Deposit. Call 575-313-7353. ltp ............................................ FOR RENT: Spanish Arms Apart- ments is now accepting applic_tions for rentals. Call 575-436-2574 or 575- 741-0846. tfnc HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 BR:3 Bath, 2400 sq. ft. Fenced backyard, close to school, very nice neighborhood. Well maintained. $146,000. Call 575- Estate 542-3888. tfnc of ............................................ JOHN HEEMSBERGEN, FOR SALE: 7.4 acres, located at 1476 Animas Street. Electric, gas, water and sewer available. Call and make an offer at 575-542-9675 N20/dl lp STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF HIDALGO SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT In the Matter of the PUBLIC 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 will be held on Thursday, December 10 2009, at 5:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers at 409 West Wabash Street. A complete agenda will be available 24 hours prior to the meet- Jng. f you need an accommodation for a disability to enable you to fully partici- pate, please contact the Office of the City Clerk 48 hours before the meet- ing at 575-542-3421. /s/Arthur Clark Smith Mayor d4/11 c Deceased. No. PB 2009-08 Judge Daniel Viramontes NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Roger Heemsbergen has been ap- pointed personal representative of this estate. All persons having claims against the estate are required to present their claims within two months after the date of the first publication of this notice or the claims will be for- ever barred. Claims must be pre- sented either to the undersigned per- sonal representative at the address shown in this notice or filed with the court. The attorney for the personal repre- sentative is James A. Roggow of the law firm of Martin, Lutz, Roggow & Eubanks, P.C., 2110 North Main Street Las Cruces, New Mexico 88001. DATED this 20 day of November. 2009. ' /s/Roger Heemsbergen NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL For Design Professional Services The Board of Hidalgo County Com- missioners is hereby calling for sealed proposals for: Design ProfessiQnal Services for a new Senior Citizens Center. Specifi- cations may be obtained at the office of the County Manager, 300 S. Shakespeare Street. Lordsburg, New Mexico 88045 or by calling 575-542- 9428 Seaiea proposals will be ac- cepted n the office of the Cunty Manager until 2:00 p.m. on January 7.2010 Proposal envelope must be clearly marked"Design Professional Services. SenLor Citizens Center". The Board of Hidalgo County Com- missioners reserves the right to re- ject any and all proposals, and waive all formalitieS. ATTEST: /s/Harold Kuenstler Chair. Hidalgo County Commission /s/Carmen Acosta Hidalgo County Clerk b11c Po#09-1814 Personal Representative 20030 Hwy 549 SE Deming, NM 88030 D4/11 c ......................................... .. LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby g=ven that the regu- lar meeting of the Lordsburg Munici- pal Board of Education has been scheduled for Monday, December 14, 2009. The meeting will be held in the Board Room, 501 West Fourth Street and will begin at 6:00 p.m. Copies of the meeting agenda will be available in the office of the Superin- tendent, 501 West Fourth Street, twenty-four hours prior to the sched- uled meeting and will be made avail- able to the public upon request. D4/11 c My Beloved Frank 12-22-22 Your Smile Though your smile is gone forever And your hand I cannot touch, I still have many memories Of the one I loved so much. Your memory is by keepsake, With which I'll never part. God had you in His keeping, I have you in my heart. Elementary Signature Project Students fo( RVT, Southside and Central were able to attend a Assembly entitled the "Signature Project". The Signature Project, by Irish artist Patrick Dunning, is a performance of incredible art- istry. Its core is a huge 76 ft X 36 ft mural layered with hidden secrets. A live performance brings the mural to life, with theartist ingeniously weaving stories about and images of the people that have ,igned the artwork, expressing the richness of the many cultures that compose our world. The artwork and performance are constantly recognized as an outstanding example of how music, a, science, technology, nature, critical thinking, and global impact of diverse cultures touch each and every one of us.The Signature Project was conceived in 1992. When complete the Signature Project will hold over one million signatures from people all over the world. The students were amazed by Patrick's talents. Veteran caregiv00r reform clears Senate Submitted by SEN. TOM UDALL'S OFFiCE/Washington DC U.S. Senator Tom Udall. D- N.M.. applauded Senate passage of a sweeping reform bill last week that will dramatically increase federal support of wounded war- riors and the families who care for diem. To watch a video message by Udall on caregiver provisions in the bill. click here. The Caregivers and Veterans Omnibus Health Services Act of 2009 merged two veterans' health bills previously approved in committee, including one co- sponsored by Udall that in- creased technical, financial and practical support to family caregivers of veterars or members of the Armed Forces seriously in- jured in the line of duty since Sept. 11. 2001. The Omnibus'bill also will greatly expand health care services for women veterans: provide dental insurance to vet- erans, survivors, and their depen- dents: improve quality of care provided to veterans by encour- aging highly qualified doctors to serve in hard-to-fill positions in VA medical facilities and improve veterans mental health care ser- vices to ease veterans' transition from active duty to civilian life. "Families make extraordi- nary sacrifices to care for loved ones who return home from war unable to live independently," said Udall. "They often face heart wrenching challenges in trying to balance work, manage their fam- 7 it" -Cottage House 575.542.8880 ) Sadly missed, but neverLovefOrgotten.alwayS,Bessie I 9 '3 x Foster & Adoptive Parents Needed in New Mexic01 c  AKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIFE OF A CHILD ,, ; Become a foster or adoptive parent. Find out how.*  Join us for an information meeting to be held this month of  December in your area. Please call Ronnv Diaz, CYFD Foster & "L Adoptive Parent Recruiter at (575) 434-5950 ext. 121. **Se Habla ' Espanol**  :! Visit us on the web at REAL WEST CINEMA Daily 6:30 Fri & Sat Late 8:45 Dally 6:15 Fri & Sat Late 9:00 Sat Matinee 1:00 3:15 Sun Matinee l:00 Sat & Sun Matinee 2:00 Coming Soon: Avatar, Alvin & the Chipmunks ily member's care. and trying to keep a roof over their heads. I am glad this bill has passed the Sen- ate. These veterans and their fami- lies deserve all the support we can offer them. As soldiers, they acted selflessly in defense of our nation and it makes perfect sense to help their families care for them." Since September 11. 2001. at least 6.800 veterans and mem- bers of the Armed Forces have bqen injured and are living with disabilities severe enough to re- quire near around the clock care. Many family members stop work- ing outside the home tO become primary caregivers. They often do so at great financial and per- sonal sacrifice, while the govern- ment is relieved of providing nursing home care. or otherwise paying lbr care it is obligated to provide. Over 20 veteran and military organizations have called for pas- sage of the Udall-backed caregiver provisions. Moonlight Madness raffle winner. Keana Haynes was the winner of the Western New Mexico Tele- phone Company raffle held during Moonlight Madness. Sonia Baisa drew the winning ticket. 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