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Legals Legals Climate Outlook: No Maple Syrup Richard M. Leverick of tw lew tkm of Lsvsnck and Mussetman. LLC, whose address and phone number is 5120 San Francisco Rd NE, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109. (505) 858-3303, it tha attorney for the N.Y Could Be Home to Miami Heat WITNESS the hand of Ixus P. McDonald District Judge of tha Thirteenth Judicial District Court of the State ot New Mexico, and the seal of the Thirteenth Judicial District Court ot Sandoval County, this 13 day ot December, 2001.

THERESA VALENCIA CLERK OF THE COURT By: Deputy Journal December 18, 25, 2001, Jan- uary 1,8, 2002 bia University, who co-wrote the federal report oh the possible effects of global warming on the Northeast Rising ocean waters present a more complicated threat The seas around New York have risen IS to 18 inches in the past century, and scientists forecast that by 2050, waters could rise an additional 10 to 20 inches. By 2080, storms with 25-foot surges could hit New York every three or four years, inundating the Hud: son River tunnels and flooding the edges of the financial district, causing billions of dollars in damage. "This clearly is untenable," said Klaus Jacob, a senior research scientist with Columbia University's Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, who worked on the New York report and is an expert oh disaster and urban infrastructure. "A world-class city cannot afford to be exposed to such a threat so often." Jacob recommends constructing dikes and reinforced seawalls in Lower Manhattan, and new construction standards for the lower floors of offices. By Michael Powell The Washington Post NEW YORK New York City, the nation's densest urban center, is armored with concrete and stone, so its median temperature hovers to 6 degrees above the regional norm.

The city, a New York report on global warming predicts, will grow warmer stilL Within 70 years, New York will have as many 90-degree days a year as Miami does now. If temperatures and ozone levels rise, the report says, the poor, the elderly and the young -r especially those in crowded, poorly ventilated buildings could suffer more heatstroke and asthma. But such problems might have relatively inexpensive solutions, from subsidizing the purchase of air conditioners to planting trees and painting roofs light colors to reflect heat. "The experience of Southern cities is that you can cut deaths and adapt rather easily," said Patrick Kinney of the Mailman School of Public Health at Colum I By Michael Powell The Washington Post NEW YORK New England's maple trees stop producing sap. The Long Island and Cape Cod beaches shrink and shift, and disappear in places.

Cases of heatstroke triple. And every 10 years or so, a winter storm floods portions of Lower Manhattan, Jersey City and Coney Island with seawater. The Northeast of recent historical memory could disappear this century, replaced by a hotter and more flood-prone region where New York could have the climate of Miami and Boston could become as sticky as Atlanta, according to the first comprehensive federal studies of the possible effects of global warming on the Northeast. "In the most optimistic projection, we still end up with a 6-to-9-degree increase in said George Hurtt, a University of New Hampshire scientist and coauthor of the study on the New England region. "That's the greatest increase in temperature at any time since the last Ice Age." Commissioned by Congress, the separate reports on New England and the New York region explore how global warming could affect the coastline, economy and public health of the Northeast.

The language is often technical, the projections reliant on middle-of-the-road and sometimes contradictory predictive" models-. But the predictions are arresting. New England, where the regional character was forged by cold and long, dark winters, could face a balmy future that within 30 to 40 years could result in increased crop production but also destroy prominent native tree species. "The brilliant reds, oranges and yellows of the maples, birches and beeches may be replaced by the browns and dull greens of oaks," the New England report concludes. Within 20 years, it says, "the changes in climate could potentially extirpate the sugar maple industry in New England." The reports' origins date to 1990, tin century," said William Solecki, a professor of geography at Mont-clair State University in New Jersey and a co-author of the climate change report covering the New York metropolitan region.

"We're in transition right now to something entirely new and uncertain." Farther north, global warming could change flora and fauna, and perhaps the culture itself. Compared with a century ago, the report notes, ice melts a week earlier on northern lakes. Ticks carrying Lyme disease range north of what Tfia Tl'f mt pTna rjlacontlnus trw itmwi of 37.7028 acrs-tsat at surtaca want par annum. Indus ot a eonaurripsva uasol 36.405 acrs-teat par annum, from ttia Campbef Drtcti. wan a point of otvsrsion on tha Rio Grand in tha SWV SE1 ot Section 3, Township 13 North, Range 4 East.

NMPM at tha Angoa-tura Drvarsion Work of tha MacM Rio Grands Consarvancy Oistrict (MRGCO), for tha Irrigation of 12.5736 acres of land described as Tract 223b3 (1 82 acres). Tract 221 and 223B2 (1.1372 acres). Tract 222b (6.715 acres). Tract 246a1 (1 999 acres), land under Campbell Ditch (0 553 acre), and undesignated land south ot Tracts 222b ft 246a 1 (0.394 acre), all located on MRGCD Map 35, owned by Centex Homes, a Nevada General Partnership, except for Tract 246a 1. of which 1.0417 acres ot land are owned by MRGCD.

The move-tram land is generally located in Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, within in the northeast corner of the intersection ot lnterstate-40 and Rio Grande Boulevard. The applicant further proposes to transfer the described consumptive use right of 26 4045 acre-feet per annum to the existing permitted wed RG-39276, located in the NWV. NWV. NWA of Section 18, Township 13 North. Range 5 East, NMPM, having a 6 625-inch diameter casing and drilled to a depth of 360 feet on land owned by Alfred Baca, Margaret A.

Cassicry-Baca and Andre Baca and leased by American Building Supply, IncAlbuquerque Rock Products. Inc. dba Waycor, for sand and gravel washing and related purposes in Sandoval County, within 2.0 acres of land described as Pt. NWV NW'i of said Section 18. The move-to well and land are generally located In the vicinity of Alg-odones, Sandoval County about "A miles east of lnterstate-25.

This application is submitted to satisfy conditions of approval of Permit No. RG-39276 issued on March 24, 1983, which allows a diversion ot water from weU RG-39276 to be limited to 20 acre-feet per year, except that the diversion under the Permit may be increased to a maximum of 100 acre-feet per year provided that the permittee proposes a return flow plan acceptable to the State Engineer. In no event shall the consumptive use under Permit No. RG-39276 exceed 20 acre-feet per annum. Any person, firm or corporation or other entity objecting that the granting of the application will be detrimental to the objector's water right shall have standing to file objections or protests.

Any person, firm or corporation Or other entity objecting that the granting ot the application will be contrary to the conservation of water within the state or detrimental to the public welfare ot the state and showing that the objector will be substantially and specifically affected by the granting of the application shall have standing to file objections or protests. Provided, however, that the State' of New Mexico or any of its branches, agencies, departments, boards, instrumentalities or institutions, and all political subdivisions of the state and their agencies, instrumentalities and institutions shall have standing to file objections or protests. The protest or objections shall be in writing (legible, signed, and include the writer's complete name and mailing address) and shall set forth all protestant's or objector's reasons why the application should not be approved and must be tiled, in triplicate, with Thomas C. Turney, P.E., State Engineer, 121 Tijeras. NE, Suite 2000.

Albuquerque, New Mexico 87102, within ten (10) days after the date of the last publication of this Notice. If no valid protest or objection is filed, the State Engineer will evaluate the application tor to existing water rights, public welfare of the state and conservation of water within the state prior to final disposition of the application. Journal: December 1 1 1 8, 25, 2001 Notice is hereby given to the owner of a 1994 Ford Explorer, VIN IFMDU34X4RUD55916. Above vehicle is abandoned. Total tees will be due if claimed Call 866-1761 or 220-4624 Journal: December 14, 15, 16, 17, 1ft 19, 20.

21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26. 27,2001" harm birds, fish, and many types of ecosystems." Yale economist Robert O. Mendelsohn is more skeptical. He agrees that mild global warming seems likely to continue but argues that a slightly hotter climate will make the U.S. economy in general, and the Northeast in particular, more rather than less productive.

A greater risk comes from spending billions of dollars to slow emissions of greenhouse gases. "Even in the extreme scenarios, the northern United States benefits from global warming," said Mendelsohn, editor of the forthcoming "Global Warming and the American "To have New England lead the battle against global warming would be deeply ironic, because it will be beneficial to our climate and economy." The scientists on the Northeastern panels estimated that Americans have a grace period of a decade or two, during which the nation can adapt before global warming accelerates. "We will face an increasingly hazardous local environment in this when Congress passed the Global Change Research Act. Seven years later, the Environmental Protection Agency appointed 16 regional panels to examine global warming and how the nation might adapt. These Northeast reports, completed about two months ago, are among the last to be released.

The scientists on the panels employed conventional assumptions, such as an annual 1 percent increase in greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. They conclude that global warming is already occurring, noting that, on average, the Northeast became 2 degrees warmer in the past century. And they say that the temperature rise in the 21st century "will be significantly larger than in the 20th century." One widely used climate model cited in the report predicted a 6-degree increase; the other, 10. The Environmental Protection Agency summarizes the findings on its Web site. "Changing regional climate could alter forests, crop yields, and water supplies," the EPA states.

"It could also threaten human health, and nPLOT ATM REUSE A STATE OF NEW MEXICO dOUNTY OF BERNALILLO SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT No CV-2001-02907 CHASE MANHATTAN MORTGAGE CORPORATION. A New Jersey Corporation, Plaintiff, vs. HYOUNG-GYUN SHIN: YOUNG SOOK SHIN, and Defendants. NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that on the 24th day of January, 2002, at the hour of 10 05 a.m., the undersigned Special Master, or his designee, will, at the front entrance of the Bernalillo County Courthouse, 400 Lomas NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico, sell all ef the rights, title and interest of the above-named Defendants, in and to the hereinafter described real estate to the highest bidder for cash. The property to be sold is located at 6404 Dungan Street NE, Albuquerque.

New Mexico 87109, and is more particularly described as follows: LOT NUMBERED TWENTY-FIVE (25) IN BLOCK NUMBERED THIRTY-SIX (36) OF ACADEMY ACRES UNIT NO 8, A SUBDIVISION OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, AS THE SAME IS SHOWN AND DESIGNATED ON THE PLAT THEREOF, FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF BERNA-ULtO COUNTY, NEW MEXICO, ON NOVEMBER 1,1972, including any improvements, fixtures, and attachments, such as, but not limited to, mobile homes. Subject to all taxes, utility liens and other restrictions and easements of record, and subject to a one (1) month right of redemption by the Defendants, the foregoing sale will be made to satisfy a foreclosure judgment rendered by this Court in the above-entitled and numbered cause, being an action to foreclose a mortgage on the above-described property. The Plaintiff's judgtnent is $104,083.17, and the same bears interest at 8.125 per annum, which accrues at the rate of $23.17 per diem, commencing on August 16, 2001 with the Court reserving entry of final judgment against said Defendants, Hyoung-Gyun Shin and Young Sook Shin, tor the amount due after foreclosure sale, for costs and attorney's fees, plus interest as may be assessed by the Court. The-Plaintiff has the right to bid at such sale all of its judgment amount and submit its bid verbally or in writing. The Plaintiff may apply all or any pari of its judgment to the purchase price in lieu of cash.

The sale may be postponed and rescheduled at the discretion of the Special Master. The Court's decree, having duly appointed Harold O. Atenclo, as its Special Master to advertise and immediately offer for sale the subject real estate and to apply the proceeds of sale, first to the costs of sale and the Special Master's fees, then to pay the above-described judgment, interest, and costs of sale, and to pay unto the registry of the Court any balance remaining to satisfy future adjudication of priority mortgage holders; NOW, THEREFORE, notice is hereby given that in the event that said property is not sooner redeemed, the undersigned will as set forth above, offer for sale and sell to the highest bidder for cash or equivalent, the lands and improvements described above for the purpose of satisfying, in the adjudged order of priorities, the judgment described herein and decree of foreclosure together with any additional costs and attorney's fees, costs of advertisement and publication, a reasonable receiver and Special Master's tee to be fixed by the Court. The total amount of the judgment due is $104,083.17, plus interest to and including date of sale of $3,753.54, for a total judgment plus interest of $107,836 71. Sale is subject to the entry of an order of the Court approving the terms and conditions of this sale.

WITNESS MY HAND THIS 14th DAY OF DECEMBER, 2001 HAROLD O. (HAL) ATENCIO, Special Master P.O. Box 66468 Albuquerque. NM 87193 (505)839-9111 Journal: December 18, 25, 2001, January scientists once assumed was their natural habitat. Moist, warm winters have led to large populations of mosquitoes, with an accompanying risk of encephalitis and even malaria.

"The present warming trend has led to another growing health problem," the report states, "in the incidence of red tides, fish kills and bacterial contamination." Hot, dry summer months, the report continues, "are ideal for converting automobile exhaust into ozone." BAG TURN OFF A LIGHT Rain, Snow Cripple E. Mediterranean Ti$t, i on the upper floors. Power was cut for several hours in many parts of the city. Two days of heavy snowfall blocked hundreds of village roads in eastern and northwestern Turkey. Snow also disrupted traffic on highways to neighboring Greece and Bulgaria.

Schools throughout northern Greece remained shut due to the bad weather. Light snow also fell in the center of Athens. Heavy snowfall blocked road communications with 550 villages around the country. Parts of southern Greece were placed on a state of emergency after heavy rainfall left hundreds of homes and stores flooded. A 9-year-old boy and his father were missing and feared dead after being swept away by floodwater from a stream that burst its banks in the southwestern town of Patras.

In Istanbul, the soccer federation on Monday postponed a league match between Turkish champions Galatasaray and northwest Turkish team Kocaelispor for the second day in a row, because of the snow. Meanwhile, mountain rescue teams managed to find two skiers, including an Austrian national, who failed to return to their hotel in the ski resort of Uludag, in northwestern Bursa province, Anatolia said. Earlier, Anatolia had erroneously identified one of the missing skiers as a French national. The Associated Press ANKARA, Turkey Two women drowned and a family of five was feared killed as storms hit parts of Turkey causing heavy floods and power outages. In Greece, more than 500 villages, mostly in the northern part of the country, were completely snowed in Monday, authorities said.

All airports in northern Greece were shut down, and snow chains were necessary for vehicles traveling in the region, including inside Thessaloniki, Greece's second-largest city. In Turkey, Sebnem Gurcen, 30, was swept away in flood waters late Sunday as she tried to rescue her car in the Aegean port city of Izmir, where a river burst its banks and flooded the city's streets, the Anatolia news agency reported. Police pulled out the body of another woman, Serife Yalcin, also 30, from floodwaters in the town of Kumluca, near the Mediterranean resort of Antalya. A few miles away, a car carrying five people was swept away by floods in the village of Kirkkavak. Rescuers there recovered the bodies of two of the missing and were still searching for the three others.

In Izmir, police used armored personnel carriers to rescue people trapped in their homes, Anatolia said. Police, using loudspeakers, urged people living on ground floors to stay with neighbors INSTEAD OF DRIVE RECYCLE ITEMS YOU NO LONGER USE BY SELLING THEM FOR CASH IN THE mm SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT COUNTY OF BERNALILLO STATE OF NEW MEXICO NO. CV-2001 08088 STATE EMPLOYEES CREDIT UNION OF NEW MEXICO, Plaintiff, vs. JOHN J. TAFOYA Defendants.

NOTICE OF SUIT STATE OF NEW MEXICO to Defendant JOHN TAFOYA. GREETINGS: You are hereby notified that the above-named Plaintiff has filed a civil action against you in the above-entitled Court and cause, the general object thereof being to collect the debt owed to it by you. That unless you enter your appearance in said cause on or before the 17th day of January, 2002, judgment by default will be entered against you; Name and address Ot Plaintiffs attorney: Will Jeffrey, Aldridge. Gram-mer. Jeffrey Hammar.

P.A., 1212 Pennsylvania NE, Albuquerque, NM 87110 WITNESS the Honorable Wendy E. York, District Judge of the Second Judicial District Court of the State of New Mexico, and the Seal of the District Court of Bernalillo County, this 29th day of November, 2001 Bennina Armijo-Sisneros Clerk of the District Court By: Christa Adams Deputy Journal: December 4, 11. 18, 25, 2001 NIKOS GIAKOUMIDISTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS WINTER'S GRIP: A woman strolls on a snow-covered sidewalk past a statue of Alexander the Great In the northern port of Thessaloniki, Greece, on Monday. More than 500 villages were completely snowed In. Texas Reels Under Killer Storms Snow Slicks Highways In Sierras STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF VALENCIA 13TH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Case No.

D1314CV01-706 CitiFinancial Mortgage Company. fka Associates Home Equity Services Plaintrff(s). vs (1) Ralph Casias (2) Brenda Casias (3) NCRR. LLC a New Mexico Limited Liability Company (4) Unknown: All Unknown Occupants AndOr Tenants Ot The Subject Real Estate (4) Unknowns: All Unknown Spouses Of Any Party Hereto And All Other Persons Living Or Dead whose Names Are Unknown. Who Claim Any Interest In The Subject Real Estate.


NM 87031 Common Description: 1090 Moms Road Los Lunas. NM 87031 STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SANDOVAL THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT D1329-CV010841 GMAC MORTGAGE CORPORATION, va. SHARWAN HANUMANT NAMBIAR, GALL 8234444 NOTICE OF PENDENCY Of SUIT TO: Defendant Sharwan Hanumant TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED AD ya Description: 26. Carson Park, Unit 7. Phase 2, The Associated Press DALLAS A violent storm system pounded a wide area of Texas, spawning at least one tornado, blocking roads and drowning a 9-year-old boy who was swept away by surging currents at a rural crossroads.

National Weather Service meteorologist Jim Maxwell said parts of north Texas got as much as 10 inches of rain Sunday. "That's well above the normal amounts for the entire month," Maxwell said. Near Crawford, torrents flooding a rural crossing early Sunday swept Levi Baur, 9, into the Middle Bosque River. The boy and his father, Matthew Baur, had just left home on a hunting trip when their pickup truck stalled in the flooded crossing, police spokesman Gary Patterson said. The father tried to pull his son through the water to safety, but lost his grip when debris struck him in the head, dazing him, Patterson said.

The boy's body was found four hours later. Sunday evening, a tornado spawned by the same cold front swirled through a subdivision and damaged a grocery store in Point Blank, about 70 miles north of Houston. Kim Letien, a dispatcher with MARK MCKE OWNTHE ASSOCIATED PRESS RENO, Nev. A fast-moving pre-winter storm swept over the Sierra and across northern Nevada Monday, dropping just enough snow to give skiers some new powder and motorists some old challenges. About 9 inches of snow fell on Interstate 80 over Donner Summit where chains or snow tires were required.

The same was true of other mountain highways, including U.S. 50 in California. A snow advisory was posted in the Sierra above 5,500 feet through Monday, where more than 6 inches of snow was forecast, with 2-4 inches around Lake Tahoe. Heavy snow was falling at South Lake Tahoe, at midmorning, with visibility down to a quarter of a mile. a The U.S.

Forest Service in Truck-ee, issued an avalanche advisory for the eastern slopes of the Sierra, where it said the possibility of avalanches was considerable outside developed recreational areas from Yuba Pass to Sonora Pass, 100 miles to the south. Rain was falling across western Nevada, turning to snow by the time the storm reached Elko, where the temperature was in the low 20s. Chains or snow tires were MORE THAN A PUDDLE: A van sits swamped on Monday by. the waters of the Sulphur River near Bogata, Texas. Heavy weekend rains sent the river over Its banks, covering homes and highways.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the above-named Plaintiff tiled a Complaint tor Foreclosure in the above Court on October 24, 2001, against the above-named Defendant, the general object of which is to foreclose a lien of Plaintiff against certain real property located in Sandoval County. New Mexico, commonly known as 31 Canon Del Agua Road. Placitas. New Mexico, and more particularly described as fottows: LOTS NUMBERED TWO (2) AND THREE (3) IN BLOCK NUMBERED TWO (2). RANCHOS DE PLACITAS.


SANDOVAL COUNTY. NEW MEXICO, AS THE SAME IS SHOWN AND DESIGNATED ON THE PLAT THEREOF. FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF SANDOVAL COUNTY, NEW MEXICO. ON APRIL 8, 1965 and to foreclose the interests of the above named Defendant and any other partes bound by the novu of lie pendens fUed in the County records with respect to this case, an as more specifically stated in the Complaint fUed in rhf cause of action. FURTHER, Defendant Sharwan Hanumant Nambiar is hereby notified that he has twenty (20) days from data of completion of pubacaRon of tits Nuats in which to tea an answer or other meponsw ptssOng, to tie Comptamt and should ha, choose not ID Hs an answer or otni 'issponeivs ptsmliio, of motion to fhs on or befcxe the 6tl day of February.

2002, judgment or other appropriate rsaaf may be rendered aoatnst the Valencia County. New Mexico, per Plat fried December 14. 1995. Plat The date of the Court Order is November 27. 2001, pursuant to which an Order of Sale was issued on November 27, 2001.

The referenced Court Order entered judgment for Plaintiff for $92,957 62 plus interest, costs ot this action, including all costs of the sale and costs to preserve the Real Estate, including ad valorem property taxes. Additional interest of $26 51 per day Shan accrue to the date of said sale. Special Master Faisal Suknyani 2222 Parkwest Orive. NW Mbuquerque. NM 87120 (505)228-8484 KLEINSMfTH a ASSOCIATES.

PC Attorneys 1or Plaintiff by sPMp KkwwnHh. 6261 6035 Erin Park Dr 203 Colorado Springs. CO 80918 1-800-842-8417 THIS-18 AN ATTEMPT TO COLLECT A DEBT AMD ANY INFORMATION OSTJMNEO FROM YOU WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. Jbumaf Oscerrto 18 25. 200T.

the San Jacinto County Sheriff's Department, said one person received minor injuries. A woman and her children were rescued from a flooded county road near Terrell, west of Dallas, and a 22-year-old man was pulled from surging water in nearby Hunt County. To the east in Arkansas, steady rain flooded several roads Monday and led to a spate of traffic accidents as the workweek began. Police barricaded several flooded roads" and highways and advised motorists to drive slowly. On Sunday, one woman died in a weather-related accident in central Arkansas.

State police said Laser P. Dunlap, 20, of Cabot died when the car she was riding in collided with another vehicle that apparently had hydroplaned. Two others were injured and taken to a hospital. JOURNAL-TRIBUNE CLASSIFIEDS I i on.

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