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Five Tips For Safer Online Shopping

ccording to Forrester Research, online shoppers in the United States will spend $327 billion in 2016, up 45 percent from $226 billion in 2012.

Even consumers who make their purchases in stores start with online research. Nearly 70 percent of online shoppers who shopped in-store during the 2011 season said online research influenced the brands they bought, the retailers they shopped and the gifts they selected, according to a Google/OTX Post-Holiday Survey. As people spend more time shopping online, there is more potential for hacker attacks, compromised passwords and stolen identities. What can consumers do to protect themselves? Mozilla—the mission-based organization that aims to promote openness, innovation and opportunity on the Web—put together this checklist for keeping consumers safe while shopping online. 1.) Download a secure browser: Download a Web browser like Mozilla’s Firefox, www.mozilla.org/firefox, that supports anti-phishing and anti-malware to protect you from spyware and warn you about potentially fraudulent sites. 2.) Keep your software updated: Make sure any software you download to your desktop or your mobile phone—including apps and add-ons— stays up to date. Manufacturers regularly release security updates to protect customers from evolving threats. 3.) Secure your passwords: Using a variety of upper- and lowercase letters, numbers and punctuation, create a unique password for each account you log into. The Firefox Password Manager securely stores user names and passwords.

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4.) Look for the S: Never buy anything online from a site that doesn’t have SSL encryption. You’ll know because the site’s address will start with https:// instead of http://, and make sure not to provide your credit card information via e-mail. 5.) Don’t sacrifice security for mobility: Don’t just stop at your home computer. Extend your security to shopping from your mobile phone by making sure you’re always connected to a secure wireless network or your mobile provider’s 3G network before you enter any personal information or passwords. If your kids are active on the Web, get smart about privacy settings and set parental controls: http://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/block-andunblock-websites-with-parental-controls. Just like in “the real world,” there is no better way to protect your children than giving them the knowledge and tools to make smart decisions. The FBI—http://www.fbi. gov/stats-services/publications/parent-guide/—and American Academy of Pediatrics—http://safetynet.aap.org/—both have comprehensive guides to Internet safety for parents. (NAPSI)

New Smartphone App Improves Your Pictures

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icture this: an app that turns your smartphone or other mobile device into a way to capture, edit and share photos without compromising the original quality of the photo.

The new app is designed to put the photo first and lets the photographer choose how to capture, share and discover images.

Try filling your frame with the subject. • Use the photo editor. With it, you can quickly correct, crop, retouch or enhance your photos using cool custom filters. You simply tap the pencil icon in the filter screen and you can crop the photo, change the brightness, tune up the saturation and remove red eye. • Apply a single filter to multiple photos at once. It’s easy to apply the same filter to multiple photos at once. You simply select the photos from your camera roll, then go to the filter screen and tap and hold the filter you want for your photos.

• Try to match the height of the subject, such as kneeling down to snap a picture of a toddler. You’ll get better shots when you’re at eye level rather than angling the phone up or down.

• Pay attention to the details. The back of the photo is sometimes just as important as the front. Every photo includes details on the type of camera, lighting and more—so others can see how you got the shot.

• Take candid shots, not just posed photos. Some of the best pictures happen when subjects don’t realize they’re being photographed. Just be sure to get permission to upload.

• Discover more. The new app lets you explore 8 billion photos from around the world. Many may prove an inspiration for your own picture taking. You can even follow your favorite people, places and groups.

• Pinch and zoom. You can pinch and zoom any photo so it looks crisp and clear, no matter how close you zoom in. Unless you’re aiming for a landscape shot, move in close for the best view of the subject. That way, you can capture more detail—a charming dimple or soft, pale blue petals.

• Share more. With this Flickr app, you can upload unlimited photos and instantly share with Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and e-mail. Acquired by Yahoo! in 2005, Flickr continues to be one of the world’s most popular photo-sharing sites. (NAPSI)

In addition, it lets you explore and discover a world of gorgeous photography taken by others in a vast community.


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Given the abundance of entertainment available on demand every day, there are endless choices to make when it comes to what you decide to watch. Here are some tips: • The Roku search tool makes it possible to find not only movies and show titles, but also the work of specific actors and directors that fit your taste. The tool shows you where the results are available on the Roku platform—whether it’s Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Hulu Plus, Crackle, VUDU or HBO GO. • You can join a current hot show that’s in mid-season by “marathoning” past seasons or catching up on episodes. It’s estimated as many as 30 percent of Roku Facebook fans have previously watched an entire season of a favorite TV show in one sitting.

• Think about favorite actors or past shows that you can match to currently Crackle. Beyond movies and TV shows, there available movies or shows. For example, “Lost” is a wealth of services featuring news, sports, fans may want to check out “Once Upon a spirituality, fitness, cooking and more. Time” since it’s from the same writers, while Claire Danes fans can catch up on her career by Finding The Entertainment That’s Right For You watching “Homeland.” (NAPSI)


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and rescheduled at the discretion of the Special Master. Please contact Justin Breen at Keleher & McLeod, P.A., P.O. Box AA, Albuquerque, NM 87103, telephone (505) 346STATE OF NEW MEXICO 4646 for additional information. COUNTY OF BERNALILLO SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Dated: December 18, 2012 Respectfully Submitted: COURT /s/ Ella Joan Fenoglio No. D-0202-CV-2011-04410 BEAN PARK TERRACE, LLC, Electronically Submitted on December 18, 2012 an Oregon limited liability Ella Joan Fenoglio, Esq. company, Special Master Plaintiff, 4427 Avenida del Sol NE v. Albuquerque, New Mexico OCEAN VIEW SOON LLC, a 87110-6178 New Mexico limited liability Telephone: (505) 266-1955 company; T L C COMPANY, Facsimile: (505) 266-7815 INC., d/b/a TLC PLUMBING E-Mail: ellajoan@highfiber.com & UTILITY, a New Mexico corporation; JOHN TANG; and HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012 January 4, 11, 2013 JENNIE TANG, Defendants NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF NEW MEXICO PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the COUNTY OF BERNALILLO above-entitled Court entered a Default Judgment Of Foreclosure SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT No. D-202-CV-2012-03932 (“Judgment”) on November 29, 2012 ordering the sale of BOKF N.A. D/B/A BANK OF certain property in the County of ALBUQUERQUE, Bernalillo, State of New Mexico, SUCCESSOR BY MERGER TO and appointing a Special Master BANK OF ALBUQUERQUE, in this matter with the power to N.A., sell the same. The sale is to Plaintiff, begin at 10:00 a.m. on January vs. 18, 2013, at the front steps of the JOSE DELEON, SS# XXXBernalillo County Courthouse, XX-6995, 400 Lomas NW, Albuquerque, Defendant. NOTICE OF SALE New Mexico 87102. NOTICE is hereby given that on The real property to be sold is located in Bernalillo County, Friday, January 25, 2013, at 10:00 New Mexico, and is more a.m., the undersigned Special specifically described as follows: Master will sell to the highest Lots numbered Eleven (11), bidder near the front door of the Twelve (12), Thirteen (13), Second Judicial District Court, Fourteen (14), Fifteen (15), 400 Lomas NW, Albuquerque, Mexico 87102, all Sixteen (16), Seventeen (17), New Defendant Jose DeLeon’s Eighteen (18), Nineteen (19) and Twenty (20) in Block numbered (“Defendant”) interest in the Fourteen (14), a subdivision of real property located at 1600 the South One Half of Block 14, Arno Street SE, Albuquerque, 87102, in Bernalillo of VIRGINIA PLACE, an Addition NM to the City of Albuquerque, New County, New Mexico, and Mexico, as the same is shown more particularly described as: and designated on the Map of THE WEST 82 FEET OF LOT said Subdivision, filed in the office NUMBERED SEVEN (7) OF of the County Clerk of Bernalillo BLOCK NUMBERED FORTYCounty, New Mexico on October NINE (49) OF EASTERN 1, 1958, in Plat Book B3, Folio 79. ADDITION TO THE CITY NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW that the real property and any MEXICO, ACCORDING TO THE improvements concerned herein PLAT FILED IN THE OFFICE OF will be sold subject to any and all THE PROBATE CLERK AND patent reservations, easements, EX-OFFICIO RECORDER OF all recorded and unrecorded BERNALILLO COUNTY, NEW liens not foreclosed in the MEXICO, ON MAY 31, 1882, IN Judgment, and all recorded and VOLUME B OF PLATS, FOLIO 4 unrecorded special assessments THE REAL PROPERTY OR and taxes that may be due. ITS ADDRESS IS COMMONLY THE FOREGOING SALE will be KNOWN AS 1600 ARNO made to satisfy the Judgment, STREET SE, ALBUQUERQUE, in the amount of $1,722,701.30, NM 87102. IF THERE IS A which includes principal, accrued CONFLICT BETWEEN THE interest up to and including LEGAL DESCRIPTION AND THE August 30, 2012, prepayment REAL PROPERTY ADDRESS, and late charges, and operating THE LEGAL DESCRIPTION CONTROL. expenses as of August 30, 2012 SHALL WITH MORTGAGE incurred by Plaintiff associated with the Property, plus accrued C O V E N A N T S . interest from August 30, 2012 The sale will satisfy all or a portion up to the date of the Judgment, of a Default Judgment Against plus attorney fees of $5,000 and Defendant Jose Deleon, Decree costs of foreclosure sale, plus of Foreclosure, and Appointment accrued interest on the total of Special Master entered on judgment from and including November 7, 2012, as follows: November 29, 2012 to the date (1) On Note #1, $170,069.99, of the foreclosure sale, plus with interest continuing to interest on the total judgment accrue at 7.75% per year of at 11.274% per annum until from April 11, 2012, forward; paid in full. The holder of the (2) On Note #2, $20,159.17, Judgment has the right to bid with interest continuing to at such sale and submit its bid accrue at 3.5% per year verbally or in writing. The holder from April 11, 2012, forward; of the Judgment may apply all or (3) Plus costs of $261.86 attorney’s fees and any part of the Judgment to the and tax of $2,313.88, for a total purchase price in lieu of cash. The sale may be postponed of $2,575.74, with interest

accruing at 8.75% per year from October 4, 2012, forward; The Default Judgment Against Defendant Jose Deleon, Decree of Foreclosure, and Appointment of Special Master entered on November 7, 2012 (“Judgment”) may be obtained from either the court clerk or the undersigned Special Master prior to the sale date. BOKF N.A. d/b/a Bank of Albuquerque, successor by merger to Bank of Albuquerque, N.A. (“BOKF”) has the right to bid at the sale and to apply its judgment or a portion thereof to the purchase price in lieu of cash. For all other bidders, the sale terms are cash or its equivalent by the close of business on the day of sale. The sale may be postponed and rescheduled at the Special Master’s discretion. PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS AT SALE ARE ADVISED TO MAKE THEIR OWN EXAMINATION OF THE TITLE AND THE CONDITION OF THE PROPERTY AND TO CONSULT THEIR OWN ATTORNEY BEFORE BIDDING. Linda Salivar, Special Master PO Box 587 Albuquerque, NM 87103-0587 505/246-8600 HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 11, 18, 2013

CLERK OF THE DISTRICT COURT By:_s/filed electronically Deputy HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

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STATE OF NEW MEXICO IN THE PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF BERNALILLO NO. 2012-733 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOSEPH LEE FAIX (a/k/a Joseph L. Faix, Joseph Faix), Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of this estate. All persons having claims against this estate are required to present their claims within two months after the date of the first publication of this Notice, or within two months after the mailing or other delivery of this Notice, whichever is later, or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented either to the undersigned personal representative, c/o Lawrence W. Kay, P.A., 1825 San Mateo NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110 or filed with the Bernalillo County Probate Court, One Civic Plaza NW 6th Floor, Albuquerque, NM 87102. DATED: December 4, 2012. /s/ Christopher J. Faix Christopher J. Faix, Personal Representative of the Estate of Joseph L. Faix, Deceased Submitted by, /s/ Lawrence W. Kay Lawrence W. Kay, Attorney for the Personal Representative 1825 San Mateo NE Albuquerque, NM 87110 (505) 254-0600 HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF BERNALILLO SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT NO. D-202-PB-2012-00527 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ALICE S. KLEYBOECKER, DECEASED. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Jeffrey Robert Kleyboecker has been appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of Alice S. Kleyboecker, deceased. All persons having claims against this 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 forever barred. Claims must be presented either to the Personal Representative at 6904 Sweetbriar NW, Albuquerque, NM 87120 or filed with the District Court of Bernalillo County, 400 Lomas Blvd. N.W., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102. Dated: 12-11, 2012. /s/ Jeffrey Robert Kleyboecker Jeffrey Robert Kleyboecker Attorney Identification: STATE OF NEW MEXICO Frank M. Dougherty P.C. COUNTY OF BERNALILLO /s/Frank M. Dougherty SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Frank M. Dougherty COURT Attorney at Law STATE OF NEW MEXICO NO. D-202-CV-2012-05807 2632 Mesilla St. NE COUNTY OF BERNALILLO SANDIA LABORATORY Albuquerque, NM 87110-3687 SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT FEDERAL CREDIT UNION, Phone: 505\880-8699 COURT Plaintiff, HCS Pub. December 21, 28, NO. D-202-PB-2012-00588 v. 2012 IN THE MATTER OF THE ANTHONY E. MARTINEZ, ESTATE OF Defendant. CAROLINE HOSTUTLER, NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF DECEASED ACTION SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT NOTICE TO CREDITORS THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO COURT Lynn Martinez has been TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED COUNTY OF BERNALILLO appointed Personal OR DESIGNATED DEFENDANT: STATE OF NEW MEXICO Representative of the Estate of ANTHONY E. MARTINEZ NO. D-202-PB-2012-00531 Caroline Hostutler, deceased. GREETINGS DEFENDANTS: IN THE MATTER OF THE All persons having claims You are hereby notified that ESTATE OF against this estate are required Sandia Laboratory Federal FLORENCE WAITES, to present their claims within Credit Union, as Plaintiff, has Deceased. two months after the date of the filed an action in the Second NOTICE TO CREDITORS first publication of this Notice or Judicial District Court of NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the claims will be forever barred. Bernalillo County, New Mexico, that Donald Waites has Claims must be presented either and wherein the said Plaintiff been appointed personal to the Personal Representative, seeks to obtain constructive representative of this estate. All c/o Richmond L. Neely, Esq., service of process upon you. persons having claims against P.O. Box 1787, Albuquerque, NM The general object of said action this estate are required to 87103, or filed with the Second is: Complaint for Damages Under present their claims within two Judicial District Court, Bernalillo Worthless Check Act, Unjust (2) months after the date of the County Courthouse, P.O. Box Enrichment and for Money Due first publication of this notice, or 488, Albuquerque, NM 87103. You are further notified that the claims will be forever barred. /s/ Richmond L. Neely unless you serve a pleading Claims must be presented either RICHMOND L. NEELY or motion in response to the to the undersigned attorney for Attorney for Estate of Caroline complaint in said cause on or the personal representative at Hostutler before thirty (30) days after the the address listed below, or filed P.O. Box 1787 last publication date, judgment with the District Court of Bernalillo Albuquerque, NM 87103 will be entered against you. County, New Mexico, located at (505) 243-3727 The name and post office the following address 400 Lomas HCS Pub. December 21, 28, address of the Attorneys for the NE, Albuquerque, NM 87102. 2012 Plaintiff is as follows: ALDRIDGE, Respectfully submitted, GRAMMER & HAMMAR, STANDRIDGE LAW FIRM, P.C. P.A., 1212 Pennsylvania, NE, /s/ Phillip E. Marbury Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110. Phillip E. Marbury STATE OF NEW MEXICO WITNESS the Honorable Attorney for Petitioner COUNTY OF BERNALILLO Clay Campbell, District Judge 1516 San Pedro Drive, N.E. SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT of the Second Judicial District Albuquerque, NM 87110 COURT Court of the State of New (505) 880-8737 NO. D-202-PB-2012-00499 Mexico, and the seal of the HCS Pub. December 21, 28, IN THE MATTER OF THE District Court of Bernalillo 2012 ESTATE OF County on December 11, 2012. JAMES E. BRATCHER, GREGORY T. IRELAND Deceased.

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Justine (Sally) Opel has been appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of James E. Bratcher, deceased. All persons having claims against this 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 forever barred. Claims must be presented either to the Personal Representative at 515 15th St., Albuquerque, NM 87104-1328 or filed with the District Court of Bernalillo County, 400 Lomas Blvd. N.W., Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102. Dated: Dec 4, 2012 /s/ Justine M. Opel Justine (Sally) Opel, Petitioner Attorney Identification: Frank M. Dougherty P.C. /s/Frank M. Dougherty Frank M. Dougherty Attorney at Law 2632 Mesilla St. NE Albuquerque, NM 87110-3687 Phone: 505\880-8699 HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

STATE OF NEW MEXICO IN THE PROBATE COURT BERNALILLO COUNTY No. 2012-752 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ODELIA L. MONTOYA, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS ALBERT LEE MONTOYA, has been appointed Personal Representative of the Estate of ODELIA L. MONTOYA, deceased. All persons having claims against this Estate are required to present their claims within two (2) months after the date of the first publication of this Notice or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented to the Personal Representative at P.O. Box 1645, Cuba, NM 87013 or to Walk-In Wills Carlisle, P.C. (Charles E. Buckland, Esq.) at 2000 Carlisle Blvd NE, Suite G, Albuquerque, NM 87110, and must be filed with the Probate Court of Bernalillo County, New Mexico. Dated: /s/ Albert Lee Montoya ALBERT LEE MONTOYA Personal Representative Walk-In Wills Carlisle, P.C. By /s/Charles E. Buckland Charles E. Buckland, Esq. 2000 Carlisle Blvd NE, Suite G Albuquerque, New Mexico 87110 (505) 903-7000 Attorneys for Personal Representative HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

IN THE PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF BERNALILLO STATE OF NEW MEXICO NO. 2012-709 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARY C. MARES, Deceased. NOTICE OF APOINTMENT OF CO-PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVES THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO: TO: LINDA PRICE, ROBBIE PRICE, BERNADETTE CHAVEZ, JUANITA CHAVEZ, HENRY CHAVEZ, FRED CHAVEZ, TITO CHAVEZ, RICHARD GRIEGO, JOHN GRIEGO, AND


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UNKNOWN HEIRS OF MARY C. MARES, DECEASED, AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS WHO HAVE OR CLAIM ANY INTEREST IN THE ESTATE OF MARY C. MARES, DECEASED. Notice is hereby given that Mary C. Mares died on October 8, 2012. Ralph Sanchez and Sarah Aimee Potts were appointed co-personal representatives of this estate on December 5, 2012, to serve without bond in an unsupervised administration. Information regarding the estate is available from the undersigned attorney. Papers relating to this estate are on file with the Bernalillo County Probate Court and available for your inspection there. /s/ Nancy C. Kirkwood NANCY C. KIRKWOOD Attorney for the Estate 4263 Montgomery NE, Suite 210 Albuquerque, NM 87109 HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

them to adopt the above named adoptees. It is alleged in the petition for adoption that John Doe is the unknown biological father of adoptee Brianna Haylee Marie Moncayo and Steven Sanchez is the biological father of adoptee Joseph Christopher James Moncayo. And you are notified that unless you respond to the petition for adoption by February 7, 2013, the petition for adoption and the relief prayed for will be granted by the Court. The Court is the Second Judicial District Court, Children’s Court Division, located at the John Brown Juvenile Justice Center, 5100 Second St. NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87107. Attorney for Petitioners: JEFFREY KAUFFMAN Address: 1011 LOMAS BLVD NW ALBUQUERQUE, NM 87102 (505) 242-1754 WITNESS the Honorable M. Monica Zamora, District Judge of the Second Judicial District Court, Children’s Court Division, of the State of New Mexico, IN THE PROBATE COURT County of Bernalillo and the Seal COUNTY OF BERNALILLO of the District Court of Bernalillo STATE OF NEW MEXICO County this DEC 20 2012. NO. 2012-709 GREGORY T. IRELAND IN THE MATTER OF THE CLERK OF THE DISTRICT ESTATE OF COURT MARY C. MARES, Deceased. By: /s/Corina Plata NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deputy NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 Ralph Sanchez and Sarah Aimee January 4, 11, 18, 2013 Potts have been appointed copersonal representatives of this estate. All persons having claims against this 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 forever barred. Claims must be presented either to the co-personal representatives c/o Nancy C. STATE OF NEW MEXICO Kirkwood, Attorney at Law, COUNTY OF BERNALILLO 4263 Montgomery NE, Suite SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT 210, Albuquerque, NM 87109, COURT or filed with the Probate Court. No. D-202-DM-2012-04855 DATED: 12/21/2012 VONDELL JONES, /s/ Nancy C. Kirkwood Petitioner, NANCY C. KIRKWOOD vs. Attorney for the Estate JEWEL DAVIS, 4263 Montgomery NE, Suite 210 Respondent. Albuquerque, NM 87109 NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 ACTION January 4, 2013 STATE OF NEW MEXICO to the above-named Respondent, Jewel Davis, Greetings: You are hereby notified that the above-named Petitioner, Vondell Jones, has filed a Petition against you in the Second Judicial District Court in the County of Bernalillo, New Mexico, and cause, the general object thereof being: SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Petition for Dissolution of Marriage. CHILDREN’S COURT Unless you enter your ATTORNEY appearance or file a response COUNTY OF BERNALILLO to the above-referenced Petition STATE OF NEW MEXICO for Dissolution of Marriage No. SA-2012-0126 within thirty (30) days from the IN THE MATTER OF THE last date of publication of this ADOPTION PETITION OF notice, then a default judgment JOHNNY A. MONCAYO SR. may be entered against you. AND DOLORES A. MONCAYO. Attorney for Petitioner is NOTICE OF PETITION FOR COLLINS & COLLINS, P.C. ADOPTION (Courtney Weaks), P.O. Box TO: Steven Sanchez and John 506, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Doe 87103, or (505) 242-5958. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED WITNESS Honorable Judge that the Petitioners in the above- Elizabeth Whitefield, District captioned case have filed a Judge of the Second Judicial petition for the adoption of District Court of the State of Brianna Haylee Marie Moncayo New Mexico, and the seal of the and Joseph Christopher James District Court of Bernalillo County, Moncayo, minor children, in this 11th day of December, 2012. the above entitled cause and GREGORY T. IRELAND Court, in which said Petitioners Clerk of the District Court prayed for a decree allowing By DEBRA GONZALES

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CHANGE NAME Deputy Clerk (ADULT) HCS Pub. December 14, 21, 28, NOTICE IS HEREBY 2012 January 4, 2013 GIVEN that Mary Elizabeth Tabacchi, a resident of the City of Albuquerque, County of Bernalillo, State of New Mexico, and over the age of fourteen years, has filed a Petition to Change Name in the Second District Court, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, wherein 2nd JUDICIAL DISTRICT she seeks to change her name COURT from Mary Elizabeth Tabacchi COUNTY OF BERNALILLO to Mary Eloise Stempien, and STATE OF NEW MEXICO that this Petition will be heard NO. CV 2012-11400 before the Honorable CARL J. IN THE MATTER OF THE BUTKUS, District Judge, on the PETITION OF 9th day of January 2013, at the Majeed Abdul Haquani hour of 2 p.m., at the Bernalillo FOR CHANGE OF NAME County Courthouse, 400 Lomas NOTICE OF PETITION TO Albuquerque, New Mexico. CHANGE NAME Respectfully submitted, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN /s/ Mary Tabacchi that Majeed Abdul Haquani, a Mary Elizabeth Tabacchi resident of the City of ________, Petitioner, pro se County of Bernalillo, State of HCS Pub. December 21, 28, New Mexico, and over the age 2012 of fourteen years, has filed a Petition to Change Name in the 2nd District Court, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, wherein STATE OF NEW MEXICO he/she seeks to change his/ BERNALILLO COUNTY her name from Majeed Abdul SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Haquani to Sonny Christopher COURT Haquani, and that this Petition No. D-202-CV-2012-10387 will be heard before the IN THE MATTER OF THE Honorable VALERIE A. MACKIE NAME CHANGE OF HULING, District Judge, on LYDIA OAXACA the 10th day of January 2013, NOTICE OF SETTING at the hour of 8:45 a.m., at the A hearing in this case is set Bernalillo County Courthouse, before The Honorable Carl J. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Butkus, as follows: Respectfully submitted, Date of Hearing: Wednesday, /s/ Majeed Abdul Haquani 16th day of January, 2013 at Majeed Abdul Haquani 2:40 PM Petitioner, pro se Place of Hearing:Courtroom 502 HCS Pub. December 21, 28, Second District Judicial Court 2012 400 Lomas NW Albuquerque, NM 87102 Matter to be Heard: Name Change SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Comments: COURT Length of Hearing: 5 Minutes COUNTY OF BERNALILLO If this hearing requires more STATE OF NEW MEXICO or less time than the court has NO. CV 2012-11382 designated, or if this hearing IN THE MATTER OF THE conflicts with any prior setting, PETITION OF please contact us immediately Stephanie garcia-baca as continuances may not be FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF granted on late notice. The Enrique Santiago Martinez District Court complies with the NOTICE OF PETITION TO Americans with Disabilities Act. CHANGE NAME Counsel or PRO SE persons (OF PERSON UNDER 14 may notify the Clerk of the Court YEARS OF AGE) of the nature of the disability NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN at least five (5) days before that Stephanie garcia-baca, has ANY hearing so appropriate filed a Petition to Change the accommodations may be Name of her child, from Enrique made. Please contact us if S. Martinez to Enrique S. Garcia. an interpreter will be needed. This Petition will be heard /s/ Cindy Molina before the Honorable JUDGE GREGORY T. IRELAND ALAN MALOTT, District Judge, CLERK OF THE DISTRICT on the 09 day of JAN, 2013, at COURT the hour of 11:30 a.m., at the CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE Bernalillo County Courthouse, I. the undersigned Employee of Albuquerque, New Mexico. the District Court of Bernalillo Respectfully submitted, County, New Mexico, do hereby /s/ Stephanie garcia-baca certify that I served a copy of Stephanie garcia-baca this document to all parties Petitioner, pro se listed below on 12/14/2012. HCS Pub. December 21, 28, HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012 2012

NAME CHANGE

NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME (OF PERSON UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Maria D. Fallad Gutierrez, has filed a Petition to Change the Name of her child, from Edgar Fernando Galan, Axel Gabriel Galan Fallad to Edgar Fernando Fallad, Axel Gabriel Fallad. This Petition will be heard before the Honorable JUDGE ALAN MALOTT, District Judge, on the 17 day of JAN, 2013, at the hour of 1:15 p.m., at the Bernalillo County Courthouse, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Maria D. Fallad Gutierrez Maria D. Fallad Gutierrez Petitioner, pro se HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BERNALILLO STATE OF NEW MEXICO NO. CV 2012-10896 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF Mary Tadlock Hart FOR CHANGE OF NAME NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME (ADULT) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Mary Tadlock Hart, a resident of the City of Albuquerque, County of Bernalillo, State of New Mexico, and over the age of fourteen years, has filed a Petition to Change Name in the Second District Court, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, wherein he/she seeks to change his/ her name from Mary Tadlock Hart to Mary Tad Barela, and that this Petition will be heard before the Honorable ALAN MALOTT, District Judge, on the 07 day of JAN 2013, at the hour of 11:30 a.m., at the Bernalillo County Courthouse, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Mary Tadlock Hart Mary Tadlock Hart Petitioner, pro se HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

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Respectfully submitted, /s/ James Pepper McLaughlin James Pepper McLaughlin Petitioner, pro se HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

2nd JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BERNALILLO STATE OF NEW MEXICO NO. CV 2012-11227 IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF Maria Enriquez Silva FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF Elisandro Morales Enriquez NOTICE OF PETITION TO CHANGE NAME (OF PERSON UNDER 14 YEARS OF AGE) NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Maria Enriquez Silva, has filed a Petition to Change the Name of his/her child, from Elisandro Morales Enriquez to Alexander Enriquez Silva. This Petition will be heard before the Honorable JUDGE BEATRICE BRICKHOUSE, District Judge, on the 10th day of Jan, 2013, at the hour of 11:00 a.m., at the Bernalillo County Courthouse, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Respectfully submitted, /s/ Maria Enriquez Maria Enriquez Petitioner, pro se HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF BERNALILLO No. CV 2012-11507 IN THE MATTER OF A PETITION FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF Daniel Lee Van Gorden NOTICE OF CHANGE OF NAME TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the provisions of Sections 40-8-1 through 408-3, N.M.S.A. 1978, Daniel Lee Van Gorden will apply to the Honorable BEATRICE BRICKHOUSE, District Judge of the Second Judicial District, at the Second Judicial District Courthouse at Albuquerque, New Mexico, at 11:00 o’clock 2nd JUDICIAL DISTRICT a.m., on the 1st day of February, COURT 2013, during a regular term of COUNTY OF BERNALILLO the Court, or as soon thereafter STATE OF NEW MEXICO as the matter may be heard for NO. CV 2012-11464 an Order for a change of name IN THE MATTER OF THE from Daniel Lee Van Gorden PETITION OF to Danielle Lee Van Gorden. James Pepper McLaughlin Submitted by: FOR CHANGE OF NAME /s/ Daniel Lee Van Gorden NOTICE OF PETITION TO Petitioner Pro Se CHANGE NAME HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 NOTICE IS HEREBY January 4, 2013 GIVEN that James Pepper McLaughlin, a resident of the City of Albuquerque, County of Bernalillo, State of New Mexico, STATE OF NEW MEXICO and over the age of fourteen IN THE PROBATE COURT years, has filed a Petition to BERNALILLO COUNTY Change Name in the 2nd District No. 2012-721 Court, Bernalillo County, New IN THE MATTER OF THE SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT Mexico, wherein he/she seeks ESTATE OF SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT to change his/her name from ALAN M. TADAY, DECEASED. COURT COURT James Pepper McLaughlin COUNTY OF BERNALILLO NOTICE TO CREDITORS COUNTY OF BERNALILLO to Pepper McLaughlin, and NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN STATE OF NEW MEXICO STATE OF NEW MEXICO that this Petition will be heard that the undersigned has NO. CV 2012-11416 NO. CV 2012-11388 before the Honorable TED been IN THE MATTER OF THE appointed personal IN THE MATTER OF THE BACA, District Judge, on the representative of this estate. All PETITION OF PETITION OF 16th day of January 2013, at persons having claims against Maria D. Fallad Gutierrez Mary Elizabeth Tabacchi the hour of 8:30 a.m., at the this estate are required to FOR CHANGE OF NAME OF FOR CHANGE OF NAME Bernalillo County Courthouse, present their claims within two Edgar Fernando Galan NOTICE OF PETITION TO Albuquerque, New Mexico. (2) months after the date of the Axel Gabriel Galan Fallad


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first publication of this notice, or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented either to the undersigned personal representative at the address listed below, or filed with the Probate Court of Bernalillo, County, New Mexico, located at the following address: One Civic Plaza, 6th Floor, Albuquerque, NM 87102. Dated: December 17, 2012 /s/ Stephen T. Taday, Jr. STEPHEN T. TADAY, JR. P. O. Box 2064 Corrales, NM 87048 (505) 480-4318 THURMAN W. MOORE III Attorney at Law P.O. Box 7218 Albuquerque, NM 87194 (505) 244-0724 HCS Pub. December 28, 2012 January 4, 2013

STORAGE AUCTIONS

Pursant to the Self Service Storage Lien Act, effective 7/87. ABQ MINI Storage, 4715 McLeod RD NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109, will sell the following unit(s) on Janaury 9th, 2013. Sell may start with a minimum bid. Cash only. Sells

Health City Sun LegaL notiCes starts at 9:00 a.m. UNIT: H*5, Alberto Lopez, PO Box 3313 Albuquerque, NM 87190, couch, boxes contents unknown, misc. items. UNIT: G*23, Beckie Reyes, 551 Sky Tower SW, Albuquerque, NM 87121, couch, containers/contents unknown. UNIT: H*67, John Allison, 4400 Pan American Fwy, Apt 309, Albuquerque, NM 87107, 10 boxes/contents unknown. UNIT : G*10, Richard AttwoodWise, 1313 Saint ST Ne, Albquerque, NM 87112-5134, 2 bicycles, mattresses, stroller. HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

Contents of the following storage space will be sold at public auction at Alameda Mini & RV Storage, 10130 2nd St. NW, Albuquerque, NM 87114 on January 15, 2013 at 10 AM, in accordance with N.M. Lien Law 48-11-7. Terms of sale are CASH ONLY. We have the right to reserve a minimum bid and to refuse ANY and ALL bids. Storage Space#: N-30 Name: Delann Nash Address: 4401 Montgomery NE, Apt. 102 City: Albuquerque State: NM Zip: 87109 Description of items: Miscellaneous household goods;

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motorized scooter; fishing poles; boxes. Storage Space#: O-24 Name: Jaimie Lopez Address: 2809 Estrellla Brillante NW City: Albuquerque State: NM Zip: 87120 Description of items: 2 dirt bikes; furniture; tool boxes; misc. household goods; boxes HCS Pub. December 21, 28, 2012

EMPLOYMENT/ DRIVERS

CRYOGENIC TRANSPORTATION LLC Has an immediate need for Class A CDL drivers out of ALBUQUERQUE, NM. We offer OTR positions (2-3 weeks out at a time), competitive pay, medical benefits for you and your family, paid training on product handling, paid uniforms, paid vacations, 401K & MORE! Requirements: 2 years TractorTrailer experience, Tank & Hazmat endorsements (or ability to obtain) & Safe Driving Record. APPLY NOW at TheKAG.com Or call Recruiting at (800) 871-4581 HCS Pub. December 14, 21, 28, 2012 January 4, 2012

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ALL OF US AT THE HEALTH CITY SUN WOULD LIKE TO WISH OUR READERS, SUBSCRIBERS AND CUSTOMERS A HAPPY NEW YEAR. Our Holiday Office Schedule: New Years Eve, December 31st ----- 9:00 am to 1:00 pm New Years Day, January 1st ---- closed

Investing In Equities In A Changing Tax Environment A

s the tax environment changes, so too should investment strategies.

That’s the word from experts who warn that the current capital gains tax laws are changing. Additionally, studies have shown the “tax drag” to be cyclical, meaning there are certain times when it’s bigger than others. Right now, a new and potentially harsher cycle appears to be under way. “While tax-managed investing is important in any environment, it’s particularly important today because investors are going to be hit hard by both rising capital gains distributions and higher tax rates moving forward,” says Duncan W. Richardson, Chief Equity Investment Officer for Eaton Vance Management. He believes understanding the potential risks and rewards associated with these changes can offer investors a number of strategic benefits. Historically, equities have provided a higher after-tax (and inflation-adjusted) return than any other asset class. They have been one of the best defenses against taxes and inflation. Yet active tax management remains an important factor to consider. The growth of tax-deferred vehicles in the 1980s led many investment managers to change how they managed portfolios. “There was no tax cost for tax-deferred investors of having a high portfolio turnover rate, so little attention was paid to keeping turnover low,” says Richardson. “For the large number of investors who have assets in taxable accounts, that can translate into a significant tax drag.” One of the best ways to effectively manage taxes is to maintain a longterm perspective. Richardson says he prefers a holding period of “five years to forever” to let winners run and help ensure gains are taxed at the lowest possible rate. He recommends keeping “bad” or unnecessary turnover low to minimize transaction costs and short-term capital gains. Additionally, harvesting capital losses in a disciplined fashion, following “wash sale” rules, following holding period rules to have any dividends taxed at the lower qualified dividend income rate, and using tax-advan-

taged hedging techniques may all improve after-tax returns even further. This may seem like a lot of extra work, but according to Lipper (a mutual fund services company), the average taxable equity mutual fund investor can lose as much as a quarter or more of every dollar of their annual returns to taxes. Employing equity mutual funds managed with after-tax returns as their objective may help investors “keep the quarter,” as Richardson says, thanks to the tax-efficient techniques these funds practice. Tax efficiency is particularly important in today’s environment, he says, because the market has more than doubled over the last three years, increasing the likelihood of more capital gains distributions from mutual funds. “Regardless of tax cuts or extensions, massive deficits at the federal, state and local levels suggest that taxes may eventually have nowhere to go but up,” Richardson says. “That’s a risk most investors can’t afford to ignore.” Navigating this changing tax environment can be challenging, making it more important than ever for investors to seek professional guidance. Eaton Vance has a decades-long history of offering mutual funds and wealth management solutions designed to help maximize investors’ after-tax returns. “We sharpened our focus on tax management and significantly expanded our tax-efficient equity fund lineup in the late 1990s and early 2000s to fill what we saw as a big void in the industry, and most importantly, to help our clients maximize their after-tax returns,” Richardson says. Today, Eaton Vance offers a strong lineup of tax-managed equity mutual funds that cover multiple asset classes and market capitalizations, along with a broad range of tax-exempt municipal and tax-advantaged bond strategies. To learn more, visit www.eatonvance.com. (NAPSI)


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Before “Newphoria” Strikes, Experts Advise to Protect your new Device

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hen it comes to high-tech holiday gifts, experts remind those who received a new laptop, smartphone or tablet as a gift this holiday to avoid being swept away by the feeling of “newpho-

That’s the term the security-conscious professionals at Norton by Symantec use to describe the state of joy people experience after receiving a new gadget. They urge consumers to remember that just because a device is new doesn’t necessarily mean it’s secure. “When consumers rush to adopt the latest high-tech gadget, security is often an afterthought. It’s important to secure your device to protect your investment as well as your personal data,” says Marian Merritt, Internet safety advocate with Norton by Symantec. To help, Merritt offers these tips: • Make sure your new mobile device is PIN-protected, insured and that you have downloaded a security app such as Norton 360 Multi-Device, which can protect all your devices including laptops, PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets. • Always use reputable websites with secure pages when shopping online. You can tell whether a Web page is secure from the padlock icon located in the browser address bar on pages where you are entering financial information like your credit card. Make sure the website address includes “https” and that the browser address bar is highlighted in green. • Keep your security software up-to-date. Cybercriminals are more sophisticated than ever before and they’ll jump on any social trend to spread

malware and steal your personal details. • Be smart—use a unique, complex password for each online account you have and update your passwords regularly. Avoid using the “Remember My Password” option on websites in case your device is lost or stolen. (NAPSI)

An Environmental Education

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or most teenagers today, the environment is too important to be ignored—yet, according to a recent study conducted by Harris Interactive, nearly 75 percent of 14- to 18-year-olds believe kids their age are not taking enough action to increase their knowledge of and help solve environmental issues we face.

As a result, students are actively seeking out environmental information and resources on their own. While 56 percent of students reported their classrooms as a source of environmental information, the majority (67 percent) actually turn to commercials and television as an environmental resource, while less than half (47 percent) use newspapers and magazines. As environmental issues continue to play a role in daily life, it’s important to ensure that students have their questions and comments addressed in a classroom setting. An education that incorporates environmental topics does not have to be limited to just a science class. The environment now more than ever crosses over various subjects and topics, from geography to math to economics. Increasing students’ knowledge and access to information on ever-changing issues will enable them to translate what they learn in a classroom to future aspirations and career choices.

In addition to seeking out environmental information and programs, the survey found, a strong majority are willing to recycle (85 percent) and turn off unnecessary lights (85 percent) to help with environmental conservation, while nearly three in five would also be willing to spend less time in the shower (57 percent) and volunteer to help clean up public areas, such as a beach or a park (56 percent). When asked if they would be willing to lower their usage of a computer, however, teens were slightly less enthusiastic--only 28 percent volunteered to power off. One company that understands the importance of environmental education, Canon U.S.A., has always made it a top priority. That’s why it sponsors the North American Envirothon, a hands-on high school competition that encourages students to solve environmental situations in teams. Now in its 25th year, this annual competition brings together more than 500,000 high school students from across the United States and Canada to compete for the best solutions to real-life environmental challenges. (NAPSI)


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It’s A Brand-New Time To Refresh Your Lifestyle—For Less • Home: When you feel inspired to change it up, you can jump-start the New Year with small refreshing touches for the home that will really change your space. For example, update your couch with modern chevron pillows and switch out your neutral throw for a bold color in a luxurious material from Marshalls. Upgrade your bedroom with new bedding and pick up some designer picture frames along with beautiful candles as decorative accents to add a personal touch. • Fitness: If you’re looking to get in shape this year, do so in style with the essentials you need from brand-name active wear to the latest exercise gear. Exercise can be easier if you look and feel fabulous. Quality jackets and running shorts are a must and with designer kicks and cross trainers available for all ages at Marshalls, you’ll be motivated to get moving even faster. You can also find brand-name yoga apparel and mats along with hand weights and other exercise equipment at T.J.Maxx, all for up to 60 percent less than department store prices. Also, look for high-quality headphones and MP3 players so you can listen to your favorite tracks whether you’re running on the treadmill or around the track. • Fashion: Turning over a new leaf may mean your current wardrobe needs a makeover, too. Clean out your closet and make room for the season’s hottest trends such as bright hues, bold patterns and feminine, whimsical looks. Go ahead and mix it up—try new pieces with rich prints and keep warm in a new, cozy, knit sweater. Hold on to your basics and upgrade your style by integrating accessories for a fun, vibrant look. A statement necklace or bold bag can be an easy way to change an outfit, and they can be found at T.J.Maxx for a fraction of the department store price.

rom New Year’s resolutions to springtime renewal, there are excellent places to reinvigorate your wardrobe, your home and even yourself.

• Healthy Snacking and Cooking: A healthy diet is the key to feeling energized, so stock up on healthy, gourmet snacks such as delicious energy bars, dried fruit and crackers. If your goal is to start cooking more and eating out less, you may be glad to learn every Marshalls and every T.J.Maxx store has a unique selection of quality, designer cookware along with gourmet olive oils and exotic spices to revive your kitchen.

From new bedding and home accents to running shoes and brand-name clothing, you can use these tips as inspiration to score everything you need and want to start the year off right-all for amazing prices at Marshalls and T.J.Maxx.

To see how you can refresh your lifestyle with fabulous home goods, activewear and this season’s top trends, visit www.tjmaxx.com and www. marshallsonline.com. A healthier, happier and more stylish you may be just around the corner—for less. (NAPSI)

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A Chance To Play Away Stress

or many, the constant deadlines and demands of modern life can be a recipe for stress. While some find the holidays to be a stressful time, the chaotic feelings brought about by present wrapping, party throwing, constant family togetherness and shopping for gifts can actually linger long after the holidays are over, with stress striking anytime of the year. The good news is that there are several simple ways you can start to manage the daily stress in your life. In addition to getting enough sleep and monitoring your food, alcohol and caffeine intake during the partyheavy holiday season, research has shown that making time for exercise and fun can go a long way in relieving stress during the holidays and beyond. One easy and convenient way to steal away for a few minutes of fun is to go online to EA’s popular games website Pogo.com, where you can access games such as Poppit! and First Class Solitaire, all for free. The site offers hundreds of online games for free, including puzzles, board games, word games, card games and more. There are also arcade games and a chance to register and play online with friends, giving players a unique way to de-stress and connect with faraway friends and family members.

It doesn’t matter if you are feeling solitary or social, traditional or quirky—the site is likely to offer a game that will fit your mood and will help you melt away stress. (NAPSI)

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