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April 22nd, 2011

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Dying in the success of a city: Out with the Old.

During a recent visit to the once-thriving town southwest of Tucumcari, New Mexico, located in Quay County "historic Route 66," I wondered how businesses have survived in this economy is floundering, especially since the city was spraying into the bay for over a decade. The universe responded to my request with This conscious example of how a business woman was making it, while a former businessman was not.

Once called "Six Shooter Siding," Tucumcari was founded in 1901 as a camp for railroad construction. The 2000 census was 11 persons small size of the declaration of a population of 6000, but the number has since declined. The town is 7.5 miles square. Businesses who breathe in Tucumcari level of success are rare, they are few whose windows are not prohibited or condemned. The most important are banks like Wells Fargo and everyone Federal Credit Union. (Yes, that's true name of the union). Except with his own architecture almost modern, Mesalands Community College seems that the aliens had plop down a late night without the knowledge of the local population. [But I could not logically equate such an event in Roswell, New Mexico, far south.]

Along Main Street Tucumcari from "town", the business plan that says, "success" was Pajarito Interiors, owned and operated Ruth Nelson, an interior decorator who (according to local news articles) graduated from the University of Hawaii and moved New Mexico to Oregon several years ago. Pajarito Interiors "Santa Fe style adobe facade was clean, its stucco walls and fresh paint free of cracks. He had obviously been recently redesigned and updated in relation to buildings, up, down and in the street that sat in sad shape, windows condemned the acts of vandalism, and having long since abandoned. A thin, the carcass of a bird with feathers now unidentifiable and medium companies prey lay smashed in a window display where the raptor had accidentally by air and failed in his flight. He remained at In memory of his long suffering, for how long has been an enigma. The building adjacent to Pajarito Interiors, linked by a common wall was Sables Dosey Drugstore. It had burned a year ago. His partially burned black walls remained standing half, reminiscent of a bombed structure a recent war, nobody had heard of. Its long history destroyed in what should be a matter of hours.

Store Ruth Nelson is full of upscale home furnishings and decorative objects. The interior walls hold a neutral shade that complements all other colors available on single, apparently one of a kind tables, sofas, chairs and objects de arte. The ceiling lights that gently light partitions furniture showcase special as a table in high fashion with a pair of stuffed plush, matching chairs. In Tucumcari, with about 80% of its population living on public assistance, it was an immediate mystery as to who among the locals could afford such exquisite items.

In an interview, Ruth Nelson said she moved to Tucumcari when she found a man she thought she could spend the rest of his life, than to be Donald Schutte, a lawyer and former now state district judge. (After having been initially appointed by the governor, Schutte had lost the election last November of his opponent Winning nearly 2 votes against 1.) In sections of local news, Nelson and Schutte have expressed plans to dramatically improve downtown Tucumcari as they filled a key role in Hands "Street" initiative in its mission to "bring Tucumcari. "Nelson said his company was well, but there was a time when it was the realization of $ 7,000 to $ 10,000 in sales per week. This figure sounds strange if I exaggerated studied further to find the secret of how a business woman could be so successful in what appears to be a dying city. The answer was a surprise.

In July 2006, Ruth bought a furniture company Stanley Jennings business. Stanley was 81 years old and I thought a good time to consider retirement. A military veteran, and retired, Stanley was born in 1925 in his family's home ranch house Quay, New Mexico about 17 miles south of Tucumcari. He grew up there. Stan (as his friends call him) remembers as a child with one shirt his mother wash fast every evening when he came home from school. She bit into the morning right before he left home to attend a school room which was located on a ranch near a couple of miles. He walks or horseback to get there. As a teenager, Stan was a "soda jerk" at the Sands-Dorsey Drugstore whose location has been discontinued the bombed building, mentioned above. He served in the Army Air Corp as a fighter pilot P-51 in Alaska, and was once state Democratic chairman of the New Mexico Young, a moment he was treated for longer than a, future office. He attended pharmacy school in Albuquerque, but quit when he got a C in a class believe that he is disqualified to graduate. He did not understand that it was a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of a C or less which would have disqualified. Unexpectedly, Stan's father died too young, and left the mother of Stan to cope with managing a cattle ranch that was on the small side, as livestock go. The ranch has been charged with a significant tax debt, as well. Stan has accepted the responsibility to support his mother, wife and child.

Stan has renounced the pursuit of goals outside of Tucumcari: New airline industry thriving necessary drivers, pharmacies were short-handed, and the political state level continues to sign, but has kept busy on the homefront. He was elected to office in Quay County assessor for several terms, after a 4th generation rancher and founded a company in Tucumcari that he maintained for over 30 years. Tucumcari has become home. He married there, her only child was born there. Janie, his wife, a teacher who had taught for 26 years in Tucumcari, he died just before their 50th wedding anniversary. Although now married, Stan reserved a burial site next to Janie "resting place." He was an active member and held positions at the Kiwanis Club and is currently serving as chaplain of the local Masonic Lodge. Bottomline: Stan is a longtime member of the history of Tucumcari. A dedicated community leader, He has done everything expected, above and beyond many of his friends and peers who have disappeared over the years. Since selling his company at the age of 81 years, Stan happened in his heyday, in this small community he loved and served all his life?

Now, a gay man round with a smile and friendly disposition little weird, Stan owns and operates Fort Bascom Trading Post, where he is a seller of used odds and ends. In short, we could describe it as a curiosity and south-west with some interesting junk "pieces" here and there. A private 45 rpm "juke box" rumored to have once belonged to movie star Grear Garson, the machine of a Bally nickel slot, and a coin orchestrian that plays a song for a quarter. There are many types, as in the various states of disrepair (reconstruction), a couple seem very complete. The company is located in an old building whose interior is illuminated by parallel rows of fluorescent lamps that burn brightly (flicker couple) every day from the windows of the building large table were convicted after finally broke out by vandals.

Who buys this kind of thing? Person. "The economy is bad," said Stan, "And I could use some sales at the moment." Since he used for the supply of finance (credit) to customers, a large number of people still owe money from the former business, and most of them do not pay. Stan has to file a claim (to garnish wages) against them, but may do so only if he additional $ 40 it costs to do so. Why not pay? "People are hurtin 'here. They were hurtin 'so long as I can remember, and can not afford to pay much more for nothing. "Most clients of Stan can receive a credit card, have no control accounts, and "most live paycheck if they are lucky enough to get a paycheck," he added.

In 2006, Stan was approached by Ruth Nelson, who wanted to buy her home furnishings business and transform it into his own studio designer business and interior design. The agreement was concluded and Nelson lives in male companion (then district judge Donald Schutte) bought the building from Stan smoothly. Schutte apparently Nelson gave the building as it is singularly the owner's registration on the dock of the County Tax Assessor Office. Nelson produced and presented a contract of Stan specifying the conditions under which it would buy the business and inventory (valued at approximately $ 118 000 has been updating its Stan for about $ 63,000). Nelson has been buying the used merchandise from Stan and she realized that Stan would retain the elements used to sell them as used goods. Nelson was to pay for the inventory over time … or at least that's what Stan thinks one of the contracts said. You see, Nelson has presented a number of versions of the contract on several of Stan days. Confident and in good faith, Stan signed each version of the contract that Nelson presented to him, but Stan has never received a copy of the final contract. Stan Nelson repeatedly asked for a copy, but these requests were ignored.

In 2007, Stan spent 30 days on full time in hospital to fight and win a case of pneumonia from which most people his age would have died. While Stan was convalescing at home, Nelson wrote Stan a letter charging breach of contract, citing that she had seen an advertisement for telephone (free, courtesy) (no advertising) for its business in a telephone directory, and that Nelson had been told by a customer (hearsay) that staff had proposed Stan ordering new items for them. For Nelson, these two events with Stan justified charging the violation of a non-compete clause that would have been a part of their conditions of sale. This alleged violation thus explained why she had the right to (suddenly) stop payments to Stan for the inventory. Stan was not offered the opportunity to discuss the issue.

Meanwhile, Stan was slowly recovering from his illness and a gradual return to work. Stan continued to fight for make payments on the loan to the original company, he had obtained to buy the inventory that Nelson had purchased, but now has refused to pay. Nelson was the sale of this inventory for pure profit and was a huge success by making a slowing economy. This may explain how there were times where Nelson has managed to sell $ 7000 to $ 10 000 worth of goods every week … for some time.

Now comes the rub. Stan's family lawyer (CPA) has refused to interfere in a lawsuit against Nelson, not unlike other five lawyers across the state of New Mexico likewise cited "conflicts of interest." Apparently, Nelson lives in male companion (Schutte), former New Mexico district judge and the lawyer also holds a seat on the New Mexico Bar Association Board of Review a position that could be politically dangerous for a turn with opposing counsel.

Stan met with the prosecutor of the sixth in Albuquerque, specialist entitled to elder abuse, which has requested $ 2,000 retainer that he had borrowed from family members. To begin, the prosecutor requested a copy of the contract three times Nelson has ignored the requests. The lawyer wrote a letter requesting payment to Ruth Nelson and Don Schutte. Schutte said he had nothing to do with the contract between Stanley Jennings and Ruth Nelson and that Nelson would probably respond with its own legal counsel. (Keep in Nelson lived with the spirit Schutte, a lawyer and former district judge can give him advice on business ethics, best practices, and take legal action.) Nelson did not answer the letter.

The lawyer told Stan that it would launch legal action cons Nelson (Nelson and lawyer-judge-pro-bono legal-advice-boyfriend for his role) if Stan provides a $ 10,000 allowance … who will pay only for the "discovery" and filing of initial documents. A subsequent trial or other legal measures to be an additional expense of Stan. With what Stan has already on loans to businesses for inventory, and attorney's fees of original loan, the old man would be looking at 100,000 dollars debt to 83 years. This level of debt he had never known in his life. The Board expressed its concern that Stan could not be physically capable to resist the depositions, investigations, interrogation, investigation, trial, or trials to come. [If Stan is dead, it would not alive to pay for services rendered by the prosecutor, which probably explained the reason for this great restraint in advance.]

So now, this stone angular seniors in the community is caught in a hopeless situation. Why? The prosecutor described the options and alternatives Stan results:

1). If Stan is launching legal action against Nelson (with her boyfriend, lawyer-judge-pro-bono legal-consultant), and wins, it may be decided that Nelson should Stan pay legal fees, court costs, intangible and tangible damages that could total over $ 100,000. Could (or would) Nelson pay? No, if it proves unable to pay, and that could be quite easy for her to do. Game over. Stan loses … and it remains to pay court costs and legal … and will continue to pay on loans to businesses for inventory.

2). If Stan is launching a lawsuit, the odds are Nelson (and his lawyer-judge-pro-bono legal-advice-boyfriend) is cons-Sue Stan's strategy was to prolong the judicial process, which financially rupture and / or life of the old man Stan. Game over. Stan loses with his debts being transferred to his estate or his elderly widow who loses … with children and grandchildren (who may have had some sort of inheritance prior to such action).

3). If Nelson continues Stan-cons and wins, Stan would probably have to pay Nelson's legal fees, damages tangible and intangible, and legal fees to her boyfriend now unaffordable pro-bono legal-advice-lawyer-judge NOT have suddenly turned into the most expensive legal advice on land. Stan loses everything as the boyfriend-lawyer judge advocate and legal would probably file a lien on all assets Stan a.

New Mexico Attorney General Gary King advocates a strong position on protection seniors against abuse, physical and financial. However, a representative of New Mexico Adult Protective Services Division, said Stan that the situation is not really a case of financial elder abuse and that his case should be handled by law, through the system Legal. If you review the options that the legal tender (above), it is fairly easy to see that it offers little, if any, hope or possibility for Stan to prevail in this situation.

Stan pension "plan was simple. He wanted to spend his last Ford Model A restoration days, the kind he admired as a young man, but could never afford. Stan has over a shirt now, but her eyes tear when he thinks about when he saved enough money to buy two new shirts have a point. He gets up every morning, showers and shaves, checks his blood sugar, takes his insulin and other medications. He eats breakfast and feeds a group of cats before "going to work" at Fort Bascom Trading Post as a seller of used odds and ends, in an effort to reach ends meet. For him, the weight of the world seems heavier than it had 30, 40, 50 or 60 years ago. And he realizes that he lacks strength. It seems that Stan was run on the same path as the doomed pharmaceutical burn-empty, where he worked as a young man, that his suffering is lasting a bit longer. Stan is becoming the sun-dried hawk who fought for his life in the display window shop until he could fight more, then that no one noticed or picked up or tried to help him survive.

It's one of those little stories of the unknown underdog in featured on 60 Minutes television, 20/20, Nightline or 48 hours. How an old man, almost disappeared, and almost forgot to get noticed by those generally regarded and respected programs? Who can help and that cares for guys like that anyway? If you read this article and the response, if Please let me know before Stan claims his place beside his wife Janie died 20 years ago.

About the Author

J Jones has been a freelance researcher/writer since 1991.

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