Copper Basin News
Celebrating More Than 50 Years of News Coverage in the Copper Basin Vol. 53 No. 41
Wednesday, October 12, 2011
Periodicals Postage Paid at Hayden, Arizona 85235
Ray Band heads to EAC competition Saturday
See Story, Pages 14 & 15
Also La Fiesta del Santo In This Ni単o Golden Jubilee Set for Oct. 21-22, Issue: See Story, Page 7
Winkelman Artist to be Featured at Globe Event, See Story, Page 4
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Modesto Rubio Ortiz February 24, 1930 - October 6, 2011
Modesto Rubio Ortiz, 81, of Kearny, AZ passed away on Oct. 6, 2011 at Banner Baywood Medical Center in Mesa. Modesto was born on Feb. 24, 1930 in Los Angeles, California and was raised near Inde, Durango, Mexico along with his six brothers and four sisters. He returned to the United States at the age of 21 where he began working for Kennecott Copper Corporation (KCC) in Ray, Arizona. He worked at KCC for 31 years. During this time, he met and married his wife,
Nellie. Together, they have five children: Eliza Brunner, Carmen Everett, Patricia Smith (deceased), Victor Ortiz and Belinda Ortiz-Rodriguez. They have 14 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren. Modesto enjoyed sharing stories and facts about geography and history, hunting, gardening, playing music, dancing and spending time with his children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. As a matter of fact, we’re sure that he is teaching everyone in Heaven his “famous dance steps.” Services will be held
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Expansion, renovation throughout By Tom Di Camillo Director of Media and Community Events PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – The sounds of electric saws, nail guns and heavy equipment reverberating throughout Pinal County are nothing unusual given the machine shop classes and John Deere programs offered by Central Arizona College. But the regular din of background construction noise has been amped
Modesto Rubio Ortiz on Saturday, Oct. 15, at Copper Valley Christian Center, 305 West Croydon Road, Kearny. Viewing is at 10 a.m. with funeral services at 11 a.m. Interment will be at Kearny Cemetery. Luncheon immediately following the burial at Leo Terrill Hall, Kearny. Arrangements were entrusted to Griffith Mortuary.
The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided
According to state law, there are two methods by which police may arrest suspected offenders. The suspect may be physically taken into the department and booked into jail, or the arresting ofﬁcer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear in court later. All suspects
by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Oct. 7 An unattended death was reported in the 9000 block of North Malpais Road, Dudleyville.
are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are estimates. Oct 6 Erika Michelle Putman, 32 of Kearny, was arrested on two warrants. She was arraigned and released.
Other calls included 14 ambulance runs; two extra patrol requests; six information reports; one agency assist; one animal detail other than dog bite; one sick or injured assist; one open door report; and one residential alarm report. One verbal warning was issued for speed.
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Dennis Jenkins, the president/CEO of the institution said. “CAC is renovating and expanding its locations throughout Pinal County to meet the needs of its students and the community.” The Aravaipa Campus is the closest to completion with this coming January as the target date to open the renovated and expanded facilities. In May renovation
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up by the excitement of a future sprouting all around the Pinal County Community College District. Various stages of construction ranging from completed work to land purchases to site development are underway at five CAC locations. There is little doubt Central Arizona College is growing. “These are exciting times to be at Central Arizona College,”
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October 12, 2011
PARA TODO LOS CUIDADORES FAMILIA • AMIGOS • VECINOS NANAS Y NIÑERAS For additional information please call United Way Para más información por favor llame United Way
(520) 836-0736 1 (800) 390-0736
• Do you care for a child in your home for at least 5 hours per week? • Do you care for at least one other child besides your own? • Is the child in your care between birth and 5 years of age? If your answer is “yes” to all of these questions, you may be eligible to participate in the Friends, Family and Neighbor Caregiver Outreach Assistance Project. Participants in the project are eligible to receive free training, free resources, networking opportunities, and incentives up to $2,500.
• ¿Cuidad usted a un niño en su casa por lo menos 5 horas a la semana? • ¿Cuida usted por los menos un niño aparte de suyo? • ¿Esta el niño bajo su cuidado entre 0 a 5 años de edad? Si usted ha contesdado “si” a todas estas preguntas, usted es elegible para participar en el proyecto de asitencia de Amigos, Familia y Vecino. Participantes en el proyecto pueden calificar para a recibir entrenamientos gratis, recursos, oportunidades de establecer contactos profesionales, y incentivos hasta de $2,500.
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First Things First (FTF), approved by Arizona voters, works to ensure that our youngest children have access to quality early childhood experiences so they will start school healthy and ready to succeed.
October 12, 2011
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
the PCCCD has Central Arizona College preparing for the future began on Building A that housed the administration area for the campus followed quickly by renovation on Building B and Building E. Building A was completed in August, while Buildings B and E are scheduled to be done in December. Building B will house an improved library for the students and community of Eastern Pinal County, while a new student services area will share the location and help create a new front
door to the campus. Building E will feature extensive renovations to classrooms. The final phase of the Aravaipa Campus reconstruction will commence later in October and will consist of redesigned areas and renovation. The total project will be finished in January of 2012 with a grand reopening ceremony being planned for the spring semester. The Superstition Mountain Campus began its construction in January of 2011
with total completion scheduled for December of 2012. The new central plant and new site infrastructure were completed this past April, while the new academic building and its site work ramped up activity in July. The new facility in Apache Junction is expected to open in August of 2012. Following the completion of the new academic building, renovation work for Buildings A, B, C and D will start in August of 2012 with a
December 2012 finish date projected. The revitalized Superstition Mountain Campus is expected to be completed and ready for students to take classes in January of 2013. Sweeping changes have been flowing over the Signal Peak Campus, including five of eight projects that were finished this summer. The new Childcare Center, along with the remodeling of the Student Services Center (Building M), the James T. O’Neil
Administration Hall (Building H) and the Interactive Learning Center (Building O), all were completed by September. The flow of the Signal Peak Campus also changed with a total reconstruction of the parking lot to increase the number of spaces and spots relative to buildings, and to improve student and community safety. By this December, the renovation work on the Paul Pearce Center for Technological
Studies (Building V) will wrap up, while the reconstruction of the Leslie A. Wakefield Center for Health & Home (Building W) will be finished by May 2012. The Don P. Pence Center for Visual and Performing Arts saw renovation work begin in September with completion of the project scheduled for July of 2012. An opening event for the theater will take place See CAC, Page 17
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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
October 12, 2011
Local artist to be featured during annual Art, Wine Auction “Painting is something I’ve always loved and was encouraged to do throughout my life,” Wanda MitchellTucker speaks about her life-long passion with her dad as her biggest supporter. “He purchased a set of oil paints and brushes and told me, ‘Now you do something with this.’” She continues, “I am so blessed for my dad to have lived long enough to see my success.” Wanda Tucker’s painting will be the
“theme” painting for the CV Foundation Art and Wine Auction fundraiser to be held at the Gila County Fairgrounds beginning at 6 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3. “The old cowboy is sharing stories of his life with friends as a nice bottle of wine is enjoyed,” Wanda describes the painting specifically created for the event. “The saddle represents his life’s work. The painting is called, Warm Fire and Fine Wine.” Throughout the
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benefits us all.” Along with many superb pieces of art for sale, both in the silent and live auctions, the night will include several wine tasting stations, a beer garden, photos, and much more. The fairgrounds will be transformed into the old west of 100 years ago in celebration of Arizona’s centennial. Tickets are for sale now for $10 or at the door, $12. For more information, please contact Ellen Kretsch at 425-4495 or Jane Allen at 402-1230.
October 12, 2011
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Wrapping up Oktoberfest 2011 By Rosalind Padilla It is the hope of the committee that put together Oktoberfest Car show and Street Fair that you had a great time. Holding the activities in the square off Alden was an experiment suggested by Car Show co chairs, John Leep and Troy Ramirez, who felt the length of Alden would be better for the display of cars. That turned out to be good for everyone. Vendors were skeptical at first but later became very positive. They thank all of you for supporting them. We are extremely proud of the Junior Chamber members who actually worked more hours than they signed to work. We were impressed because this was the first chance for quite a few who are new to the Junior Chamber. Thanks to
those parents who were patient and kind when there was a glitch in the power source which caused us to cancel some of Fridays jumping activities. We promised the water slide and that would have been great on Saturday when it got so hot but we were afraid to cause another power outage. The Chamber Board would appreciate names of people who have generators we could use in case of an emergency. Minds go blank when you need names in a hurry. Martina Burnam and Nancy Hinojos always enjoy leading the ever so popular Dance Party. Children and adults had a great time and for once we had lots of space where children could feel free to move around and have fun. When you work a particular area
oftentimes you do not see what is going on other than the area you might be working. I was asked what is the secret ingredient in the Hayden Fire Department chili. Chale Vega won’t tell. No one entered the green chili salsa taco eating contest. We did not have time to publicize it except the day of the contest. Maybe Gabe Sanchez will let us offer it again. Oktoberfest is the one time we are almost assured that we can use the Apache Gold Casino Resort stage. Margaret Gaston keeps in touch so they remember our community in their plans. It is great for displaying all the drawing gifts and was used for the screen for the two movies. Even though some
you may have those movies in your personal collection it costs the Chamber $300 per movie under copyright laws. Both movies were underwritten by ASARCO for your viewing pleasure. It was interesting to hear young kids talk about the really old cars. “What is a Studebaker or a Kaiser Henry?” As a kid our family car was a 1939 Dodge with no trunk. We made many trips from Albuquerque to Kansas every year, a family with four kids in the back seat. No wonder today I can travel with stuff around my feet. Nostalgia sets in when cars from the 50s arrive and the music from “our day” is played. Old folks reminisce; and kids look in wonderment. If you won a prize from a local
business, thank Jay and Norma Cardenas for their work in soliciting these wonderful donations and t-shirt ads. It is interesting to note that many of the Car Show winners were local. Winners in the various divisions of the Car Show were: • Class A 1900-1949 1st Copper Basin Railway, 1928 Ford Model A; 2nd John Smith 1927 Ford T Coupe; 3rd Jim Huggins 1924 Ford Model T; 4th George Hays, 1924 Studebaker; • Class F 1900-1949 1st Neil Beydeen 1948 Studebaker Pickup; 2nd Bob Wynn 1946 Ford Pickup • Class B 1950-1959 Cars 1st Ruben Lopez 1950 Pontiac; 2nd Cassandra Lopez CBRY 1957 Chevy 2 Dr hard top; 3rd Rusty Rasmussen 1954 Ford
Skyliner; • Class G 1950-1959 Trucks 1st Nellie Brettrope 1952 GMC large Bed; 2nd Copper Basin Railway 1952 Chevy ½ ton truck; • Class C 1960 -1969 Cars Jay Warwick 1969 Dodge Dart GTS; 2nd Richard and Earlene Cruce 1969 Chevy Camero; • Class H 1960=1969 Trucks 1st Vic & Karen Gonzales 1964 Chevy ½ ton Pickup; • Class D 1970-1979 Cars 1st David Deitch 1972 Chevy Corvette; • Class 1 1970-1979 Trucks 1st Michael Sosh 1972 Chevy pickup; • Class E 1980-Present Cars 1st Dennis Wilson 2007 Chevy Corvette; 2nd Owen O’Brien 2011 Camero; See Wrapup, Page 15
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Church Directory cHURcH oF JesUs cHRIst oF latteR-daY saInts
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Kearny Ward - 200 Hammond Road Sunday Worship - 9:00 a.m. sunday Morning Meetings: a United Methodist church in cooperation Sacrament: 9-10:10 a.m. with the episcopal church and the Sunday School: 10:20-11 a.m. evangelical lutheran church of america Priesthood, Relief Society, YW: 11:10 a.m.-12 p.m. We stand in awe of God and of one another evening Meetings: The Rev. Nina Yardley, Pastor Wednesday: You can find us at the bottom of school hill in Kearny Relief Society Personal Enrichment: (bi-monthly) 520-363-7283 6:30-8 p.m. www.thegoodshepherd.pbworks.com Thursday: YM/YW (Mutual) & Scouts 7-8 p.m. Bishop Bradley Baker lIgHtHoUse asseMBlY oF god Study: (520) 363-7481 Welcomes you! Foyer & Library 363-7771, Residence (520) 356-6391 Hwy. 77, MP 134,1/2 mile south of Winkelman Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. FelloWsHIP BaPtIst cHURcH Sunday Worship: 10:30 a.m. Evening Worship: 6:30 p.m. Tilbury & Danbury, Kearny • Joe Palmer, Pastor Wednesday Family Night: 7 p.m. Sunday School: 9:30 a.m. David Wade, Pastor 356-7414, 356-6718 Worship Service: 10:45 a.m. Tuesday: Morning Fellowship: 10 a.m. Wednesday: Kid’s Club 4-5:30 p.m. Wednesday: Salt & Light Company (Youth): 6-7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Dinner and Bible Study: 6-7 p.m.
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Dudleyville Road, Dudleyville Sunday School: 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship: 11 a.m. Spanish Service: 5 p.m. 501 Victoria Circle, Kearny Daily Masses: Wednesday-Friday 8:00 a.m. Evening Service: 6 p.m. Tuesday 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting: 7 p.m. No daily morning Mass on Monday, Tuesday or Saturday. Tim King, Pastor • 520-827-0820 Saturday Vigil: 6:00 p.m. Sunday Mass: 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m. Religious education for children All classes, PreK-K through high school, will be st. JosePH’s catHolIc cHURcH held Saturdays from 8 to 9:30 a.m. starting Aug. 27. Welcomes you! Confirmation class will be held separately and will 300 Mt. View Road, Hayden be announced. Registration for all classes is now Weekday Mass: M-W, F & S) 8:30 a.m. open. Contact the Parish Office for more information. Saturday Vigil: 5:30 p.m. Rev. Fr. Thomas Dekaa, Administrator 363-7205 Sunday Mass: 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. Father Dale A. Branson, Pastor 356-7223
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KeaRnY cHURcH oF cHRIst 103 Hammond Drive, Kearny serving all of the copper Basin area Sunday Bible Study: 10 a.m. Sunday Worship: 11 a.m. Evening Worship: 6 p.m. Wednesday Bible Study: 7 p.m. Daniel Foster, Minister 363-7711
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688 Hayden Ave., Hayden, Pastor alfredo tirado Los Enbita Atodos Servicios Alabanza Y Predicasion Domingo (Sunday), Spanish Service, Alfredo Tirado 5:00 pm Miercoles (Wednesday) Escuela Dominical 6:00 pm Phone (cell) 623-297-0683 (spanish), church Phone 602-999-1062 (english)
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302 Danbury, Kearny, 363-9573 See us on the web: www.kearnysbc.com Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Worship Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Monday Morning Coffee Fellowship 8-10 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting 7 p.m. Stephen Yurek, Pastor
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Corner of Upton & Croydon, Kearny Worship Service: 11 a.m. Evening Service: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night: 6:30 p.m. James Hosea, Jr., Pastor 363-7129
To be included in the weekly church listing, contact the Copper Basin News at 363-5554.
October 12, 2011
Guitarist Edgar Cruz to Perform in Globe-Miami Edgar Cruz has garnered an iconic status in the guitar world as a phenomenal technician, capable of remarkable speed, precision and complexity. To concertgoers and festival attendees across the country, Cruz has an undeniable reputation as a tireless entertainer. His particular renown comes from his commitment to developing new ways of performing all musical genres on solo guitar. Typical programming includes guitar classics such as “Malaguena.” However, song titles such as “Tequila,” “Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” and “In the Mood” are also just as likely to be performed. Cruz
has been a headliner at the prestigious Chet Atkins Guitar Festival since 1995 and has been named Oklahoma’s top performing artist, top acoustic guitarist, or both, for each of the last 10 years. His YouTube performance of Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody” has been viewed over 13 million times. If you have a chance to check out some of his videos on YouTube, you won’t be sorry. Just search for Edgar Cruz. Plan to attend the first Community Concert of the 2011-2012 season and listen to the “… dynamite on strings” – Seattle Times Edgar Cruz. This event will be held on Monday,
Edgar Cruz Oct. 24, at 7 p.m. in the Miami High School Auditorium. You can purchase season tickets at this concert. For more information phone 425-6466 or 4259236.
Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens offering Open Enrollment Events throughout Pinal and Gila counties to assist Medicare Beneficiaries Starting this year, Medicare Open Enrollment starts earlier – on Oct. 15- and lasts longer (seven full weeks) to give you enough time to review and make changes to your coverage. But, also starting this year, you will need to make your final selection for next year’s Medicare coverage by Dec. 7. This change ensures Medicare has enough time to
process your choice, so your coverage can begin without interruption on Jan. 1. It’s worth it to take the time and compare, but you don’t have to do it alone. Get one-one-one help from your local State Health Insurance Assistance Program (SHIP) by calling PinalGila Council for Senior Citizens, 8969 W. McCartney Road, Casa
Grande (520) 836-2758 or 1-800-293-9393. Local events • Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. • Superior Senior Center, 360 Main Street, Superior, Thursday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. • Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
October 12, 2011
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Infant Jesus Fiesta set for Oct. 21 and 22 By Vicki Clark The decoration committee has been working for several months producing handmade decorations for the Infant Jesus of Prague Parish’s La Fiesta del Santo Niño Golden Jubilee. The group has been meeting one day a week since July. All the other committees have also been very active and as the date nears, the Parish compound is buzzing. The fiesta is slated for Oct. 21 and 22 on the church grounds and the parish will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with plenty of food, games, entertainment and lots of fun. Entertainment will include three Mariachi groups, Mariachi Pasion, Mariachi Azteca del Sol and Los Changuitos Feos plus the ever popular
Mario Duran and Folkorico Alma de Superior. Copper Basin Idol finalists will also be performing and DJ music will be provided by Jesse Baltierra. Grupo Amanecer will also be on stage Saturday night for listening and dancing pleasure. Other performers include the music combo of Matthew Avelar, Matthew Solis and Adrian Romero, and singer Norma Chavez. A special Mariachi Mass is planned for Saturday morning. Bishop Kicanas from the Diocese of Tucson will be officially installing Fr. Thomas Dekaa as Pastor of the Parish. The Mass will also honor this year’s Patronas for the Fiesta, Nancy Celis and Amanda Corral. Look for more information and a schedule of times in next week’s issue.
GED classes offered by CAC; register now for fall classes PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. - Central Arizona College is gearing up for another session of helping students earn their General Educational Development (GED) diploma at several locations throughout Pinal County. GED classes are currently provided at no cost for Arizona residents. Preregistration now is underway for the upcoming session that begins the week of Oct. 10 or Oct. 17, depending on the location. Students taking class at one of the following locations in Eastern Pinal County are encouraged to preregister at any one of Central Arizona College’s 10 locations, or they may register onsite on the first night of the class. Proof of legal presence in the United States is required. These locations are: • Aravaipa Campus, 80440 East Aravaipa Road, Winkelman, Room A18 6-9 p.m., Monday and Wednesday (Begins Oct. 10) • Oracle (Mt. Vista Junior High School), 2618 West El Paseo, Oracle, Room 23, 6:30-9:30 p.m., Monday and Wednesday (Begins Oct. 18) • Superior High School, 100 Mary Drive, Superior, Room 102, 6-9 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday (Begins Oct. 18) For more information on classes in Eastern Pinal County, please call Central’s Aravaipa Campus at 520357-2800 or 520-357-2801.
Churning out bags full of tissue paper flowers and miles of papel picado, the hard working ladies on the Fiesta decorating committee include, l to r, Mercy Avelar, chairman, Mary Huerta, Maggie Santos, Lala Tovar, Mary Castro, Alice Ramirez, Gloria Bracamonte, Becky Guttierez and Frankie Olmos. Not pictured is Vicki Clark who is taking the picture.
October 14th, 15th & 16th presents
Riot on the River at the Winkelman Flats
$30 per couple (weekend) $20 per person (weekend) $10 per person (Saturday Pass)
• Vendors • Bike Games • 50/50 Drawing • Rafﬂe Tickets & many prizes to be won with them • Variety of Soft Drinks & Beer for $1 • Food & Mixed Drinks Available
Due to City Laws, glass bottles are NOT permitted in the Park.
With respect to this adult venue, children will NOT be admitted.
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
October 12, 2011
Central Arizona College exploring redistricting options By Tom Di Camillo Director of Media and Community Events ARAVAIPA, Ariz. – Central Arizona College is currently working with consultants to see how proposed redistricting plans for the Pinal County supervisors could impact the institution. The process became necessary when Pinal County began formulating new supervisor districts after the final tallies of the 2010 census revealed what many expected – a tremendous jump in the number of residents calling Pinal County home. “It is our responsibility as the leaders of higher education in Pinal County to make certain that our students and the members of our community have fair representation on the Pinal County Community College District Governing Board,” Dennis Jenkins, CAC’s president/CEO, stated. “We are reviewing all of the options at this time to see what works best for the CAC community.” The 2010 census showed an increase of almost 200,000 residents in Pinal County as the region’s
population exploded from 179,000 in 2000 to 375,000 last year. Because state statute demands counties with more than 200,000 residents must be served by five elected supervisors, Pinal County will need to add two supervisor positions. The questions now being bandied about ask what, if any, correlation will take place between the new supervisor districts and Central Arizona College’s Governing Board District. While some community colleges align their districts with those established by local governmental entities, there is no mandate that Central Arizona College’s Governing Board District must mirror the districts being discussed at the county level for supervisors. “Central Arizona College has a progressive history of representation in Pinal County,” Jenkins explained. “The Pinal County Community College District has always used representatives from five districts so that the community felt empowered to participate in the mission, planning and
goals of the college.” The county has put forward three plans for five supervisory districts that include two options that would split the city of Maricopa into two separate districts, and the city of Casa Grande into a pair of separate districts. The Pinal County Board of Supervisors is expected to
make its recommendation in early October. “Our consultants are working with us to gather all of the facts and information so we can make the best decision possible for CAC,” Jenkins said. The current CAC Governing Board is comprised of five elected
members who serve sixyear terms. Members of the CAC Governing Board include Gladys Christensen, the current president (Coolidge, District 2), Linda Yarrington, the current secretary and vice president (Apache Junction, District 4), Gloria Ann Guzman (Dudleyville, District 5),
Rita Nader (Casa Grande, District 3) and Rick Gibson (Casa Grande, District 1). Yarrington and Gibson began their current terms in January of 2009, while Nader was re-elected for another term that started in January of 2011. The terms for Christensen and Guzman will expire in December of 2012.
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October 12, 2011
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona
Guest Editorial: Keep Arizona’s growing rural communities whole By Bryan Martyn Pinal County Supervisor, District 2 For the past four months, the Independent Redistricting Commission has worked to balance the wants, needs and desires of the citizens of Arizona. The problem is that Pinal County – Arizona’s fastest growing county – is being used as the bargaining chip to satisfy other constituencies. There are maps being considered by the
IRC that substantially segment Pinal County into two, three or four different Congressional districts. This would be a great disservice to the residents of Pinal County, who should be partnered with their similar rural Arizona constituencies to create one Pinal-centric rural district. Wedged between the juggernaut of Maricopa County and the historic Pima County, Pinal County represents a true
microcosm of Arizona. Pinal represents a booming growth pattern, an enduring agriculture and cattle industry, a revitalized copper industry, a rich Native American presence and a burgeoning tourism climate. Pinal County is the epicenter of Arizona’s growth and is literally at the forefront of the future of Arizona and the oftenreferenced Sun Corridor. There is a critical need for leadership and
representation that can focus on our issues and the shared by our similar rural neighbors. I respect the work of our Congressional delegation, but the reality is that they often struggle to meet the needs of our less populated/rural counties. Our delegates invariably come from a large population base within the Phoenix and Tucson metropolitan areas often to the dismay and detriment of our less populated rural areas.
Dividing Pinal County into two, three, or four districts would make the metropolitan/rural representation divide even worse. Now, more than ever, Pinal County and rural Arizona need to have the ability to elect leadership who is wholly accountable to rural Arizona. The IRC has the unique opportunity to keep our rural counties whole and honor the rural heritage of our state. I’m confident Maricopa and
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Oracle to host three-on-three soccer tournament By John Hernandez Do you and your friends have some fierce soccer moves you want to show everyone? How’s your drag back? How about your hook turn? The Oracle Community Schools plans to give you your chance to really shine The Oracle Community Schools is sponsoring a 3V3 soccer tournament to be held on Saturday, Oct. 29, at Mountain Vista School. One of the fastest growing forms of soccer in the world, 3V3 is also known as the “small sided game.” It has been popularized by Nike with thousands of tournaments taking place in the United States each year. The 3V3 soccer format is a modified version of soccer played on a smaller field with both teams each having three players on the field. Players play both offense and defense with no goalies allowed. The size of the field is 30 yards wide by 40 yards long with goal nets approximately 4’ by 8’. The goal box is approximately 6 by 10
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Lobos get roughed up by St. David By Nolberto Waddell The Hayden Lobo football team traveled to St. David to take on the Tigers in their homecoming game and came up against an entirely different team than they faced in their first meeting. With several starters missing from the Tigers’ line-up the first time around, the Tiger team that faced the Lobos this time was bigger and more physical than the first time and with the help of a very inept officiating crew, rolled over the Lobos with four scores in the first quarter. The Lobos took the opening kick-off, could not move the chains and punted to the Tigers, pinning them deep in their territory with a 43 yard punt from Thomas Cabrera. With the football at the six yard line, the Tiger’s heralded quarterback dropped back to pass, saw nobody open and took off on a 74 yard run (the Tiger field is only 80 yards long) for a touchdown. The two point run was stopped for a 0 to 6 Tiger lead at 10:22 of the first quarter. The Lobos again took the kick-off and again could not move the chains forcing another punt but this time the snap from center went through Cabrera’s hands with the Tigers recovering it at the Hayden five yard line. After a two yard
loss on the first play, the Tiger’s big running back took the football over the goal line from the seven yard line for their second touchdown. The two point pass made the score 0 to 14 at 6:34 of the first quarter. The Lobos took the football, made a first down on a 21 yard run by Cabrera but bogged down getting stopped on a fourth down run to turn the football over. The Tigers went on a drive that was aided by a suspicious roughing the passer penalty (the Tiger quarterback never went to the ground) on the Lobo defense. The drive ended with a 30 yard pass for a touchdown and coupled with the two point pass the Lobos now trailed 0 to 22 at 2:35 of the first period. The Lobos took the kickoff, threw three incomplete passes and had to punt again this time a short 24 yard punt. But a holding penalty on the Tigers on the run back gave them the football at the 15 yard line. After a three yard gain and an incomplete pass, the Tiger quarterback found an open receiver hitting him for a 62 yard scoring pass. The two point try was stopped giving St. David a commanding 0 to 30 lead as the first quarter came to an end. The second quarter started with the Lobos again unable to move the chains having to punt the football back to the Tigers.
The Tigers drove down the field scoring on a six yard run at 9:21 of the period and got stopped on the two point play to lead 0 to 36. The Lobos went on a drive after receiving the kick-off getting into the red zone with a first and 10 from the 10 but four tries at the end zone resulted in only three yards, turning the football over at the seven yard line. The Tigers connected on a long pass but the Lobo defense stiffened forcing two incomplete passes and a quarterback sack by Gabriel Encinas and Francisco Moreno forced a Tiger punt, a short eight yard punt to the 33 yard line. An incomplete pass, a short eight yard completion and a run for no gain had the Lobos facing a fourth down from the 25 yard line. Cabrera went back to pass, saw an open lane and took off, scoring from 25 yards out for the lone Lobo touchdown. The two point pass was dropped to cut the Tiger lead to 6 to 36. The Tigers returned the Lobo kick-off for a 65 yard touchdown return but an illegal hit in the back penalty brought the football back to the 36 yard line. The Tigers scored again on the second play, a 25 yard pass for the touchdown at 2:14 of the quarter and the two point run made the score 6 to 44. The Lobos took the football at the 15 yard line on the kickoff touchback, scored on
a 65 yard pass and run from Cabrera to Adrian Ochoa but an official said that Ochoa was in motion when the ball was snapped giving Hayden an illegal procedure penalty. (Funny, but I thought that the offensive team could have a man in motion as long as he was not moving forward.) The Lobos could not recover from the penalty, punting the football to the Tigers. The Tigers took the football scoring again on a 35 yard pass and with the two point run made the score 6 to 52 and a running clock for the game; or so we thought. For some reason the officials did not adhere to the rule. The clock did not start until after the kick-off getting stopped again to set the chains. The clock was finally allowed to run out with the Tigers holding a commanding 6 to 52 lead at the half. At the start of the second half the clock again kept getting stopped on the Tiger drive. Apparently thinking that a 46 point lead was too close for comfort, the Tiger coaches kept the starting players in the game scoring another touchdown on a one yard run and added two more points on a pass to lead 6 to 58 at 5:27 of a stopped third quarter clock. The Lobos took the kickoff and, with clean white jerseys now on the field for the Lobos, took the football on a long drive
that should have ended with a five yard scoring run by Aaron Lagunas but, again, the official came running up saying he was pushed out of bounds at the one yard line even though there were no blue jerseys near Lagunas. The play had Hayden facing a fourth down and got stopped on the next play giving the football back to the Tigers at the one yard line. Again fearing a big comeback by the Lobos, the Tiger starting unit stayed on the field driving the football down the field going for another score as the clock finally kept running stopping the Tigers short of their goal. The game ended 6 to 58 with the Tigers celebrating. Here’s an observation: the coaches from Hayden never complained and they did not let the players say much. I have seen many, many high school football games and reported on the games and I have never as far back as I can recall ever complained about the officiating crews but this crew that was on the field was something else. Numerous face mask violations uncalled. Numerous holding violations uncalled. Defensive players being tackled when attempting to make a tackle never getting a flag. The head official walking over to the St. David bench to just talk to the coaches while the players waited
to start play. The line judge looking back at the chains before deciding to mark the spot of the ball with his right foot or left foot depending on which was more favorable to the Tigers. The Hayden quarterback again and again getting roughed up after throwing a pass with no flags while the Hayden defense got flagged twice for just touching the Tiger quarterback. The knocking down of the punter after the football had been kicked did draw flags but only for running into the kicker not roughing the kicker, a big difference. The running clock situation, ridiculous. Like I said, I have observed many high school football games with very good officiating crews but the one that was on the St. David field last Friday is not one of them. They made a fine performance by the St. David team look cheap. By the way, the one official that was assigned from Tucson (the others were from the surrounding area) came and said he tried to correct the running clock situation but the head official would have no part of it. Up next, THE GAME. Hayden takes on Ray. Records don’t mean anything. Playoff spots mean nothing. Winning the game means everything. Hayden-Ray this Friday on the Ray High School field with kick-off set for 7 p.m.
Lady Lobos overrun by San Carlos By Nolberto Waddell Four scheduled matches for the Lady Lobos have resulted in three losses for the volleyball team with the latest a five set disappointment at the hands of the San Carlos Lady Braves. The Lady Lobos seem to have lost their intensity that they
played with in the first half of the season. The Lady Lobos came on in the first set playing with the intensity the fans have witnessed, playing great volleyball behind the serving of Alexis Felix and Melissa Islava as they built a 12 to 3 lead and never let up, winning the
first set with a 25 to 16 score. They came out again in the second set playing good volleyball building a commanding 17 to 9 lead behind the serving of Danielle Paton but for some reason they lost their intensity when the Braves next server went to
the line and tied the score at 17 to 17 with her hard serves. The Lady Lobos would lose their ability to land their serves finally losing the second set 23 to 25. The Lobo volleyball style returned in the third set as they backed up the serving of Marlisse Perez. Trailing
16 to 20 when Perez went to the line, the Lady Lobos started to move, talk and land their spikes taking a 24 to 20 lead when Perez’s serve was finally broken and won the third set when the Lobos broke the Braves serve to win 25 to 21 to lead two sets to one. The Lady Lobos made a
big reverse in the fourth set, standing around watching the Lady Braves take a big 13 to 24 lead. Marlisse Perez and her serving almost brought the Lobos back but they finally lost the set when her serve was broken 18 to See Lady Lobos, Page 14
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Even the Bearcats get the blues as they fall to Blue Devils By Richard Bravo The Ray Bearcats Friday found themselves on the road once again to take on the Valley Union Blue Devils in Elfrida. The Bearcats were hoping to bounce back from an unfortunate loss the previous week, but the Blue Devils showed no mercy. The Blue Devils won the toss and accepted the opening kickoff to put the Bearcat defense to the test. The Blue Devil offense started their opening drive on their own 25 yard line. They pounded the ball on the ground and marched 75 yards on 11 plays to put the first score on the board with a 13 yard run. They added the two point conversion to put the Blue Devils up 8-0 with 5:42 left in the first quarter. It was the Bearcats’ turn as Dominic Bravo returned the pursuing kick off 35 yards to give the Bearcats good field position at their own 45 yard line. The Bearcats took their
spot on offense. On the second play Jacob Wernett took the handoff from quarterback Destry Yocum and scrambled 55 yards for a Bearcat score. The two point conversion was good to tie the game 8-8 with 5:13 left in opening quarter. The Blue Devils started deep in their own territory as Daniel Harmon’s kickoff was taken at the Blue Devil 5 yard line and returned to the 25. The Blue Devils went straight to work as they found holes in the Bearcat defense staying with the run as time expired in the opening quarter. The Blue Devils didn’t slow down as they kept the ball on the ground driving all the way down to the Bearcat one yard line. The Blue Devils added another score on the one yard run to cap a 12 yard drive. The two point conversion was good putting the score 16-8 with 11:19 in the second quarter. Bravo then took the
kickoff 40 yards to give the Bearcats good field position. The Bearcats answered back with an impressive drive of their own, marching down to the Blue Devils 17 yard line. Yocum dropped back to pass, finding the Bearcats receivers well defended. Yocum then tucked the ball in and out ran the Blue Devils’ defense for the score. The PAT by Harmon was good to pull the Bearcats within one point, 15-16 with 6:53 left in the half. The Blue Devils started on their own 20 as Harmon’s kickoff sailed into the end zone for the touchback. The Bearcats seemed to show some positive signs on defense shutting down the Blue Devils’ run attack, allowing only a few short gains and forcing the Blue Devils to make a decision on a fourth and long. The Blue Devils took their chances as it paid off for the Blue Devil quarterback when he connected with
his receiver on a 55 yard touchdown pass to take a 24-15 lead into halftime. The third quarter belonged to the Blue Devils as they held the Bearcats scoreless. The Blue Devils found the end zone twice in the third as their offense changed things up with a mix of runs and passes. Their first score of the third was a 10 yard run set up by a 40 yard pass on third and long to put the Blue Devils up 30-15 with 2:00 left. The second score for the Blue Devils was on a Yocum pass that was intercepted and ran back 35 yards. The two point conversion was good for a 38-15 Blue Devil lead with 39 seconds left in the third. The Bearcats didn’t go down without a fight as they came out strong in the fourth quarter. The Bearcats started the quarter from the 50 yard line on a good kickoff return by Joe Rudy Lorona. Yocum led an eight play drive down into Blue Devil territory
by setting up a play action pass from six yards out to Bravo for the score. The two point attempt was good, cutting the deficit to 38-21 with 8:30 left in the fourth. The pesky Blue Devils answered right back once again with another one yard touchdown run on seven play drive to stretch the score 46-21 with 4:30 left in the game. The Bearcats showed a lot of heart and never gave up. They took just two plays on their next possession to put one final score up on the board. Yocum found Wernett on a 50 yard touchdown pass. The two point conversion was good putting the score at 46-29. That score stayed the same as the final seconds ticked off the clock. The Bearcats offense was held for the second straight game. Yocum threw for a season low, nine passes completing seven for 97 yards and two touchdowns with one interception. Wernett had a
solid game rushing for 135 yards on 16 carries and one touchdown. Yocum also contributed to the running with 26 yards on three carries and one touchdown. On the receiving end Bravo had three catches for 20 yards and one touchdown. Wernett had two catches for 60 yards and one touchdown and Nick Lara added one catch for 20 yards. Defensively the Bearcats were led by Wernett who had eight solo tackles and three assists. Jacob Pace had eight tackles and two assists. Bravo and Yocum each had six tackles. Alex Carerra and Joe Rudy Lorona had four tackles a piece, while Ryan Bickley, Seth Harmon and Lara had two each. The Bearcats traveled to ASDB on Monday, Oct. 10, and then will be taking on their rivals, the Hayden Lobos on Friday. A tailgate party will be held for the Bearcats before their game with the Lobos, so come out and show your support!
Bearcat Boosters ready to ‘restore the roar’ By Vicki Clark The newly re-formed Bearcat Booster Club will kick-off its fundraising and Bearcat support system this Friday with a tailgate party and a street dedication. Tail-gating will be from 3 to 5 p.m. at the old cafeteria ramada. Five dollars will
get you a hamburger with all the trimmings plus chips, dessert and a drink. Members of the football and volleyball teams will eat for free as will the band and cheerleaders. During the afternoon the street running beside the ramada will be officially
named Bearcat Boulevard with a dedication ceremony. A Maroon Out is also planned and the club is asking all fans attending the party and the RayHayden game to wear maroon. Before and during the
game Bearcat T-shirts will be for sale along with other spirit items such as pom-poms and rally beads. Several raffles will be held including a football autographed by the Bearcat team members, goodie baskets and walking sticks. The club is working to
rebuild with the motto of “Restore the Roar” and hope to raise funds to help with the sports programs, band and cheer squads along with pepping school spirit. Made up of a group of parents, grandparents, other relatives and
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for the Lobos dropping their record to eight wins against four losses. The Lady Lobo JV lost their second match in a row dropping the match to the Lady Braves JV in three sets. The Lobo JV came on strong in the first set to win with a score of 25 to 18. The second set was all Braves until close to the end when the Lobos finally woke up staring defeat in the face and tried hard to make a come back from a 14 to 22 deficit to tie the set at 23 all before dropping the set 23 to 25. With little scoring on serves by both teams with most of the points coming
By Vicki Clark The RHS Marching Bearcat Band will take to the home field for the last time this year Friday evening with a final dress rehearsal before heading to EAC Band Competition Saturday. Led by Music Director Phelan Bauman, the band has been perfecting its presentation all season with regular practice during school hours and at home game half-time performances. Last year’s band did very well at the EAC competition according to Bauman with three caption awards of “One” for auxiliary and flags, percussion, and outstanding music. With these awards the group qualified for state competition where it received a “Two” for outstanding general effect. Last year’s Concert Band season also was successful with 13 musicians attending Honor Band competition. The group received an Excellent for performance and in the solo and ensemble competition Anne Palmer received a Superior while Brett Smitch earned an Excellent award. Dominic from service breaks, the Braves finally scored two service points to take a 9 to 13 lead and outlasted the Lobos to win the third set and the match with a 12 to 15 score. The A.I.A. computer scheduling has the Lady Lobos not playing again for two weeks with their next match a varsity only contest against the Imagine Prep team on Oct. 18. The Lady Lobos will board the bus on Oct. 19 traveling to Superior and will be on the road again the next day, Oct. 20, traveling to San Manuel. All the contests will have a 5 p.m. start.
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competition Rubalcaba also tried out and was named to the Honor Regional Band. Bauman feels this year the group will do even better. “We have many returning musicians including the percussion unit who were freshman last year and I’m excited,” she said. This is Bauman’s second year at RHS and said she has always known that she wanted to teach music. A 2003 Ray graduate, Bauman said she remembers being in Mr. (Mark) Munoz’ classroom in the seventh grade and decided that’s where she belonged someday. Munoz was a long-time music director at the Ray Schools where Bauman received her early music education. She graduated from EAC with an associate degree in 2006 and earned a Bachelor of Music Education in 2009 from BYU Idaho. “Mr. Munoz was and still is my mentor,” Bauman said. “I can call him with questions; he gives me advice and even comes up and helps out. “He knew I was interested in voice, but band is exhilarating and I love the excitement,”
Bauman said. Even though she knew she would be in a music classroom one day, she didn’t really expect to be back in here. “I heard about the job and thought I need to go to Ray.” In addition to the high school band, Bauman teaches beginning band and directs the sixth grade and junior high bands. She also re-instated the high school chorus last year and it was a rousing success. The group performed two concerts and wowed the audience with how professional they sounded. She introduced another project this year by getting together with former RHS musicians to form an alumni band that played during the homecoming festivities and have plans to get together for more music making in the future. “I believe that music is not something we do, but something we live,” she said. “Playing music and singing, unlike sports, continues. We can keep playing and singing.” Bauman added that her expectations are high in her music classroom, “I want the students to not only be talented but
respectful and work hard without complaint.” And it seems to be working. If you want to see and hear the Bearcat Band in action, don’t miss the half-time performance during the Ray-Hayden game Friday. Also look for Winter and Spring Concerts. You won’t be disappointed.
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This ‘N That • DUDLEYVILLE BAN ON BURNING PER FIRE DEPARTMENT The Dudleyville Volunteer Fire Department issued a ban on burning for all areas covered under their fire district. All burn permits issued by Pinal County, including agricultural, are invalid and void until further notice. • LOBO BOOSTER CLUB FUNDRAISER Split the Pot tickets are being sold by the Lobo Booster Club. Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5. Please support the kids! The drawing will be held on Thursday, Oct. 13, at the bonfire at the Winkelman Flats. Money will be used for scholarships for the HHS class of 2012. Please support the kids. • COPPER BASIN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 2012 THEME The theme for the Copper Basin Chamber of Commerce’s activities for 2012 is “Celebrating Statehood, 100 Years, With Rails and Trails.” If you have favorite stories of the rails and trails of the Copper Basin area contact the Copper Basin News and they will assign their reporters to write your story or you can contact Rosalind Padilla through the Chamber office. • ACMC RIOT ON THE RIVER Adults only: attend Riot on the River at the Winkelman Flats Oct. 14, 15 and 16. Cost for attendance is $30 per couple or $20 per person for the weekend, or $10 per person for a Saturday pass. There will be vendors, bike games, a 50/50 drawing, raffle tickets, refreshments and lots of fun. • CPR/FIRST AID TRAINING On Saturday, Oct. 15, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m., Friend, Family and Neighbor Caregivers Outreach Assistance Project will be hosting CPR and First Aid Training, a basic overview of CPR and First Aid Training, for the Copper Corridor area. Participants will receive a certification card good for two years.You must attend the training all day in order to receive certification. Interested? You may RSVP by visiting http://tinyurl.com/ CopperCorridorRSVP. Please pass this information along to others who may be interested, as well. At least five participants must be registered for the training to be held. Childcare is available for FFN-COAP participants with five days advance notice. • MEDICARE OPEN ENROLLMENT Medicare Open Enrollment starts on Oct. 15, runs for seven weeks, and you must make your final selection for next year’s Medicare coverage by Dec. 7. Get one-on-one help from your local State Health Insurance Assistance Program by calling Pinal-Gila Council for Senior Citizens at 520-836-2758 or 1-800-293-9393. Local events take place at Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 1, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Superior Senior Center, 360 Main Street, Superior, Thursday, Nov. 3, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; and Hayden Senior Center, 520 Velasco Avenue, Hayden, Tuesday, Nov. 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
• YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL Youth Flag Football coming to Kearny for boys and girls in grades K-sixth. Teams forming in Kearny; practices in Kearny; games in San Manuel every Saturday morning, starting Nov. 5 through midDecember. Registration will be the week of Oct. 16. All details will be in next week’s Copper Basin News. • FOOD BANK DISTRIBUTION The Copper Basin Food Bank will distribute food on the third Thursday of every month at 1:30 p.m. at Hubbard Park in Kearny. The next distribution date is Oct. 20. Please bring your own box. Donations are accepted. The CBFB is assisted by the Florence Food Bank. • GREAT PUNKIN’ AND TRUNK OR TREAT The Great Punkin’ and Trunk or Treat Festival, with a Haunted House, will be held on Alden Road beginning at 4 p.m. at the Pinal County Building on Saturday, Oct. 29. Regular Trick or Treating is Monday, Oct. 31. Donations of candy are needed by Oct. 14; drop off at the ARC or the Chamber office. • KEARNY CLEAN UP Kearny’s free dump day is held on the second Saturday of every month at the old transfer station. The next free dump day is set for Nov. 12. • HAYDEN HIGH CLASS OF ‘81 30-YEAR REUNION On Saturday, Nov. 12, 6 p.m. – midnight, at the Hayden Golf Club, the Hayden High Class of ‘81 is celebrating its 30-year Reunion. Contact Priscilla Blancarte Espinoza at 602-818-4013 or Margie Silva Contreras at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. • WINTER WONDERLAND/ELECTRIC LIGHT PARADE The Winter Wonderland/Electric Light Parade will be Saturday, Dec. 3, at Pioneer Park. The theme is “A Magical Christmas.” Love lights, memorial luminaries and memorial fireworks are planned. • SAVE THE DATE FOR 2012 SPELLING BEE! The 2012 Gila County Spelling Bee will take place Friday, Feb. 3, 1 p.m. at the High Desert Middle School auditorium; back up date is Feb. 10. Registration must be completed by Oct. 17, at the Scripps National Spelling Bee website: www.spellingbee.com. The fee to register is $99 or $106.50 if you pay by check. All public, private or charter schools or home schooling groups are encouraged to participate. Please call Julie Vasquez at 928-402-8783 for more information.
• SUPERIOR ARBORETUM BINGO Superior Arboretum Residents Association BINGO will be held Tuesday nights at 7 p.m. in the Community Room at 199 West Gray Drive. • AA/NA MEETING IN KEARNY AA/NA of Kearny will have open meetings on Monday nights at 7 p.m. at the Fellowship Baptist Church in Endsley Hall at 402 Danbury. All are welcome who choose sobriety. • KEARNY ELKS LODGE # 2478 Kearny Elks Lodge # 2478 meetings are held the first and third Tuesdays of the month at 7 p.m. The club is open daily at 5 p.m., except for Tuesdays, for members and their guests. Club hours are 5 – 11 p.m., Sunday – Thursday; 5 p.m. – midnight Friday- Saturday. • MASONS TO MEET Ray-Winkelman Masons Lodge #24 will hold its regular meeting at 318 Fairhaven Road, Kearny, on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. All Masons are invited. A potluck meal will be held prior to the meeting at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to the pot luck. The Order of the Eastern Star meets the second Thursday of each month. • PREGNANCY CARE CENTER HOURS The Pregnancy Care Center in Winkelman, located at Fourth and Thorne Avenues in Winkelman, is open on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. You can call (520) 356-6015 for a confidential appointment.
• COPPER BASIN SPORTSMEN’S CLUB The Copper Basin Sportsmen’s Club provides a shooting and archery range that is ideal for family use. The club meetings are on the third Wednesday of every month at 7 p.m. at Constitution Hall. The third Saturday the club holds a practice shooting match, supervised by Ralph Munoz (363-7239) or Brian Young (363-9746). • KEARNY SENIOR CITIZENS The Kearny Senior Citizen’s group meets every Wednesday at 10 a.m. at Constitution Hall. The group talks about trips to different places in Arizona as well as other subjects. A potluck dinner is held after the social hour. New members are needed. Come down and join the group. • ST. MARY’S FOOD BANK St. Mary’s Food Bank will be in front of the Court House, on the first Friday of each month. • BLOOD PRESSURE CHECK The Gila County Health Department will check blood pressures and glucose levels on the first Friday of the month at the Hayden Senior Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. For more information, call the Gila County Health Department at 928-402-8811. • LOBO BOOSTERS For Lobo Booster Club membership and information, please call Rhonda Cooper at 356-7108.
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• THE HAND-ME-UP SHOP The Hand-Me-Up Shop hours are Tuesday- Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
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Georgie Digs ... By Georgie Wood (ggannwood@yahoo. com) On June 17, 1995, there was a fire at the Panorama Ranch that had been our home until twenty-five years previously, and where we had raised our children. All that was left of the two houses were their rock chimneys. Everything had burned in the yard; the fire had spread through the field and up the ridge across the creek; and it had burned upstream along the old irrigation ditch where the hikers walked to go to the Wilderness Area. The Nature Conservancy eventually had someone clean up the fire debris, but it still looked bad. A reminder of our old house was the patio floor that we had built out of the flat rock from the upper Stone Cabin area. I never did hear if there had been an investigation of the cause of the fire, but some people did believe the fire had been intentionally started. Cliff’s brother, Fred, hadn’t seen this, as he had died just three days short of his ninetieth birthday in November of 1994. In October of 1995, there was talk of a bridge being built at the road washout at the bluff upstream of the Whites’ property. After the 260 foot-long steel bridge was built, “The New Aravaipa Road Bridge Dedication”, given by Pinal County’s Board of Supervisors, was held on April 5, 1997. Several speeches were made at the upper end of
the flower-bedecked bridge before those who had worked on the bridge were gathered and recognized in a ribbon-cutting ceremony. There were many people there for the dedication, and for the picnic that was held afterwards in the Luebbermanns’ field just upstream of the bridge. Those who had proposed the fish barriers in Aravaipa Creek stated that upstream of each barrier the creek would silt in to the top of each barrier, causing a waterfall effect below each barrier, and in a June 8, 1998 notice it was stated that the barriers, if built, would be located on the lower reach of Aravaipa Creek, approximately five and one-half miles from the creek’s confluence with the San Pedro River. That would be on the Elin Chiquito Allotment not far downstream of Cliff’s and my field where we had a well. On Saturday morning, June 20, 1998, the Bureau of Reclamation (BOR) had an Aravaipa tour (for the Allotment heirs, I was told), but it See Georgie, Page 17
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CAC Continued from Page 3 during the early part of the 2012 fall semester. Foundations for CAC’s new campuses in Maricopa and the San Tan Valley could be poured over the course of the next ninth months. More than 200 acres of land were purchased in the city of Maricopa in December of 2010 with site infrastructure scheduled to begin this coming December. Construction of the central plant, three buildings, and all site work including paving, parking and landscaping will begin this coming January with completion scheduled for January of 2013. Occupancy is
Georgie Continued from Page 16 appeared that very few people showed up in the big Paradise Valley bus that was met by a group of Aravaipa property owners who peacefully handed out posters with their views printed on them. Two years later, a letter from BOR to Cliff and I stated that the two fish barriers would increase the potential of inundation of portions of our land during flood conditions, and that BOR would like to compensate us for these effects by acquiring a flowage easement over the lands that would potentially be affected by flooding. In our reply, we declined BOR’s offer of $6200, and we wrote, “ The heirs of the Elin Chiquito Allotment on Aravaipa Creek were the only land owners to agree to the building of the barriers - we are sure you know we are very much opposed to the building of the barriers on the Indian Allotment land which adjoins our field where we have a well, or on any other land where the barriers will increase the potential of flooding of lands belong to others.”
Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona slated for the following month. The land purchase of more than 200 acres for CAC’s campus in the San Tan Valley closed Sept. 30, while programming and master planning along with the design
development phase – are expected to wrap up by March of 2012. Construction will commence in June of 2012 and take one year to complete. The campus is expected to be open for the 2013 fall semester.
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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR Name: ALTAMIRA INVESTMENTS, LLC. File No. L-17112009 II The address of the known place of business is: P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 The name and the address of the Statutory Agent is: William M. Conway 405 W. Franklin Street Tucson, AZ 85701 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: MORNINGSIDE TRUST, UA dated September 29, 2011 P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 member CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I L-1707928-6 NAME: RCKJKF, L.L.C. II The address of the registered office is: 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Raina C. Kramer 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members. The name and address of the Members of the Limited Liability Company are as follows: Raina C. Kramer 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 John K. Filburn 45096 W. Miraflores St., Maricopa, AZ 85139 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I L-1708565-3 NAME: Spray’d, L.L.C. II The address of the registered office is: 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: Karena M. Ellison 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the Members. The name and address of the Members of the Limited Liability Company are as follows: Karena M. Ellison 42543 W. Avella, Maricopa, AZ 85138 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
Ewing & Ewing Attorneys, P.C. 4050 E. Cotton Center Blvd. Suite 26 Phoenix, AZ 85040 (800) 861-5308 telephone (800) 861-3811 facsimile Nelson Ewing,II (#014418) Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE MARICOPA-STANFIELD JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA HJ Ventures, LLC an Arizona limited liability company Plaintiff vs. Steven Calvaresi and Jane/John Doe Calvaresi, Husband and Wife and each one of them Defendant(s) )NO. CV2011-1463 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO DEFENDANT(S): Steven Calvaresi, John Doe Calvaresi, Jane Doe Calvaresi YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable, in this Court. You shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court accompanied by the necessary filing fee within the time required and you are required to serve a copy of that Answer or response upon the Plaintiff. REQUESTS for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three (3) judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: SEP-2 2011 By: BBJ By the Court Plaintiff File Number: 21739 CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
Ewing & Ewing Attorneys, P.C. 4050 E. Cotton Center Blvd. Suite 26 Phoenix, AZ 85040 (800) 861-5308 telephone (800) 861-3811 facsimile Nelson Ewing,II (#014418) Attorney for Plaintiff IN THE MARICOPA-STANFIELD JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA HJ Ventures, LLC an Arizona limited liability company Plaintiff vs. Jose Garcia and Tera Bollea (aka Garcia) Jane/ John Doe Garcia, Husband and Wife and each one of them Defendant(s) )NO. CV2011-1204 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO DEFENDANT(S): Jose Garcia, Tera Bollea (aka Garcia) John Doe Garcia, Jane Doe Garcia YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable, in this Court. You shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court accompanied by the necessary filing fee within the time required and you are required to serve a copy of that Answer or response upon the Plaintiff. REQUESTS for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least three (3) judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: AUG-3 2011 By: BBJ By the Court Plaintiff File Number: 21346 CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
Notice ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR: PROFESSOR FIXIT, L.L.C. L-1705758-9 The address of the known placed of business is: 569 S. Warner Drive Apache Junction, Arizona 85120 The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Dayton Loyd 569 S. Warner Dr. Apache Junction, AZ 85120 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Dayton Loyd 569 S. Warner Dr. Apache Junction, AZ 85120 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
STATE OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF PINAL When Recorded Return To: Douglas V. Drury, Esq. 8110 E. Cactus Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 NOTICE OF TRUSTEE’S SALE The following legally described property will be sold pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust and Assignment of Rents recorded on June 22, 2007 at recording number 2007-073377 in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder on December 13, 2011 at 9:15 a.m. of said day, at the front steps of the Pinal County Courthouse, 971 N. Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, AZ 85232. All right, title and interest conveyed to and now held by it under said Deed of Trust in the following described property will be sold: TAX PARCEL NUMBER: 407-07111 LEGAL DESCRIPTION Lot 5111, of ARIZONA CITY UNIT NINE, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, in Book 10 of Maps, Page 15, and resubdivision recorded in Book 15 of Maps, Page 34 and Amended in Cabinet A of Maps, Slides 4 through 8. Including any mobile home or other fixture. The undersigned Trustee disclaims any liability for any incorrectness of the street address and/or other common designation shown herein. The property address is purported to be: 1020 W. Catalina Dr., Arizona City, Arizona 85223 ORIGINAL PRINCIPAL BALANCE: $20,574.00 NAME AND ADDRESS OF CURRENT BENEFICIARY: Springleaf Home Equity, Inc. f/k/a American General Home Equity, Inc. 3168 E. Indian School Rd., Ste. A Phoenix, Arizona 85016-06892 Phone No. (602) 468-0008 Qualification of Trustee: The Trustee herein qualifies as a Trustee of the Trust Deed in the Trustee’s capacity as a member of the state bar of Arizona as required by A.R.S.§33-803(A). The Trustee is regulated by the State Bar of Arizona, 111 W. Monroe, Suite 1800, Phoenix, AZ 85003. NAME AND ADDRESS OF ORIGINAL TRUSTORS: Ernie Miranda Dora Miranda P.O. Box 835 Arizona City, Arizona 85223 NAME AND ADDRESS OF SUCCESSOR TRUSTEE: Douglas V. Drury, Esq. 8110 E. Cactus Road, Suite 100 Scottsdale, Arizona 85260 (480) 368-5511 Sale information: muellerdrury.com The sale will be made for Cash or Cashier’s Check (in lawful money of the United States and acceptable to the Trustee), without convenant or warranty, expressed or implied, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances. Bidding: All bidding is open to the public, without regard to race, color, gender, religion, handicap, familial status or national origin. Property is sold on an as-is-where-is-condition. A $10,000.00 deposit in cash or cashier’s check is required to be presented to the Trustee in order to be able to bid. Notice – This is a communication from a debt collector. This is an attempt to collect a debt; any information obtained will be used for that purpose. SIGNATURE OF TRUSTEE BY: Douglas Drury DATED: 9/12/2012 STATE OF ARIZONA ) ) ss. County of Maricopa ) On September 12, 2011 before me, the undersigned, a Notary Public in and for said State, personally appeared Douglas V. Drury personally known to me (or proved to me on the basis of satisfactory evidence) to be the person who executed the within instrument. WITNESS my hand and official seal Rachelle Lumpp Notary Public My Commission Expires: 6/30/2012 CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS LLC L-1707908-2 II. The address of the known place of business is: 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: David Moore 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: member David Moore 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 member Yolanda White Johnson 44173 W Copper Trl. Maricopa, AZ 85139 CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION 1. Name. The name of the corporation is CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION File No. 1707981-0 2. Purpose. The purpose for which this Corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. 3. Initial Business. The Corporation initially intends to engage in business consulting. 4. Authorized Capital. The Corporation shall have authority to issue 1,000 shares of Common Stock. 5. Known Place of Business. The Street Address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: CARDELLO CONSULTING CORPORATION 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 6. Statutory Agent. The name and address of the statutory agent of the corporation is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 7. Board of Directors. The initial board of directors shall consist of one director. The name and address of the person who is to serve as the director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until her successor is elected and qualifies is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 8. Officers. The initial officer of the corporation who shall serve at the pleasure of the board of directors is: Debra A. Morelli, President 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 9. Incorporator. The name and address of the incorporator is: Debra A. Morelli 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 All powers, duties, and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. 10. Indemnification of Officers, Directors, Employees and Agents. The Corporation shall indemnify any person who incurs expenses or liabilities by reason of the fact he or she is or was an officer, director, employee or agent of the Corporation or is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee or agent of another Corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise. This indemnification shall be mandatory in all circumstances in which indemnification is permitted by law. 11. Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent permitted by the Arizona Revised Statutes as the same exists or may hereafter be amended, a director of the Corporation shall not be liable to the Corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages for any action taken or any failure to take any action as a director. No repeal, amendment or modification of this article, whether direct or indirect, shall eliminate or reduce its effect with respect to any act or omission of a director of the Corporation occurring prior to such repeal, amendment or modification. EXECUTED this 6th day of September, 2011 by all of the incorporators. Signed: Debra A. Morelli CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11
NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: A & E UNLIMITED LLC L-1703047-0 II. The address of the known place of business is: 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Ellen Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 Management of the limited liability company is vested in a manager or managers. The names and addresses of each person who is a manager AND each member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of the limited liability company are: Anthony Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 manager Ellen Owens 4137 E Pony Track LN San Tan Valley AZ 85140 manager CBN Legal 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF BLACKSTONE, LTD. 1. Name. The name of the corporation is BLACKSTONE, LTD. File No. 1707980-0 2. Purpose. The purpose for which this Corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business for which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. 3. Initial Business. The Corporation initially intends to engage in research, development & consulting. 4. Authorized Capital. The Corporation shall have authority to issue 1,000 shares of Common Stock. 5. Known Place of Business. The Street Address of the known place of business of the Corporation is: BLACKSTONE, LTD. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 6. Statutory Agent. The name and address of the statutory agent of the corporation is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 7. Board of Directors. The initial board of directors shall consist of one director. The name and address of the person who is to serve as the director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until her successor is elected and qualifies is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 The number of persons to serve on the board of directors thereafter shall be fixed by the Bylaws. 8. Officers. The initial officer of the corporation who shall serve at the pleasure of the board of directors is: Philip Rauso, Jr., President 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 9. Incorporator. The name and address of the incorporator is: Philip Rauso, Jr. 4303 S. Strong Box Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 All powers, duties, and responsibilities of the incorporators shall cease at the time of delivery of these Articles of Incorporation to the Arizona Corporation Commission. 10. Indemnification of Officers, Directors, Employees and Agents. The Corporation shall indemnify any person who incurs expenses or liabilities by reason of the fact he or she is or was an officer, director, employee or agent of the Corporation or is or was serving at the request of the Corporation as a director, officer, employee or agent of another Corporation, partnership, joint venture, trust or other enterprise. This indemnification shall be mandatory in all circumstances in which indemnification is permitted by law. 11. Limitation of Liability. To the fullest extent permitted by the Arizona Revised Statutes as the same exists or may hereafter be amended, a director of the Corporation shall not be liable to the Corporation or its stockholders for monetary damages for any action taken or any failure to take any action as a director. No repeal, amendment or modification of this article, whether direct or indirect, shall eliminate or reduce its effect with respect to any act or omission of a director of the Corporation occurring prior to such repeal, amendment or modification. EXECUTED this 6th day of September, 2011 by all of the incorporators. Signed: Philip Rauso, Jr. CBN Legal 10/12/11, 10/19/11, 10/26/11
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ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED WITH THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSON FOR ANDREW MORENO, MD, AN ARIZONA PROFESSIONAL LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY (A.R.S. 29-841.01) 1. The name of the organization: Andrew Moreno, MD, PLLC P-1706729-8 2. Known place of business in Arizona: Same as statutory agent 3. The name and street address of the statutory agent in Arizona: Andrew Moreno 1236 E. Squawbush Pl. Phoenix, AZ 85048 Acceptance of Appointment by Statutory Agent: I Andrew Moreno, having been designated to act as Statutory Agent, hereby consent to act in that capacity until removed or resignation is submitted in accordance with the Arizona Revised Statute. /s/ Andrew Moreno 4. Professional LLCs only – Professional Services – the Professional Limited Liability Company will provide the following professional services: Medical Services 5. Life period of the Limited Liability Company: The Limited Liability Company life period is Perpetual. 6. Management Structure: The Limited Liability Company’s Management Structure is vested in one or more managers. The name and address of each person who is a manager are: Andrew Moreno 1236 E. Squawbush Pl. Phoenix, AZ 85048 7. SIGNATURE: Signed on this date: 09/06/2011 /s/ Andrew Moreno Phone Number: (917) 698-8395 CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11
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Stanley M. Hammerman, Esq., (#004048) Jon R. Hultgren, Esq., (#010014) Vincent M. Creta, Esq., (#019044) HAMMERMAN & HULTGEN, P.C. 3101 North Central Avenue, Suite 500 Phoenix, Arizona 85012 Telephone: (602) 264-2566 Facsimile: (602) 2663488 firstname.lastname@example.org Attorneys for Plaintiff IN THE APACHE JUNCTION JUSTICE COURT PINAL COUNTY, ARIZONA CIRCLE CROSS RANCH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION, an Arizona non-profit corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CARL RICE and JANE DOE RICE, DEFENDANT(s) ) NO. CV2011-0611 SUMMONS THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO THE DEFENDANT(S): Carl Rice and Jane Doe Rice 35 W. Holstein Trail San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the times applicable in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona, you shall appear and defend within 20 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you, exclusive of the day of service. If served out of the State of Arizona – whether by direct service, by registered mail or certified mail, or by publication – you shall appear and defend within 30 days after the service of the Summons and Complaint upon you is complete, exclusive of the day of service. Service by registered or certified mail within the State of Arizona is complete 30 days after the date of filing the receipt and affidavit of service with the Court. Service by publication is complete 30 days after the date of first publication. Direct service is complete when made. A.R.C.P. 4. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that in case of your failure to appear and defend within the time applicable, judgment by default may be rendered against you for the relief demanded in the Complaint. A copy of the complaint may be obtained from the Clerk of the Apache Junction Justice Court, 575 North Idaho, No. 200, Apache Junction, AZ 85219, or from Hammerman & Hultgren, P.C., 3101 North Central Avenue, No. 500, Phoenix, AZ 85012 YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that requests for reasonable accommodation for persons with disabilities must be made to the division assigned to the case by parties at least 3 judicial days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. YOU ARE CAUTIONED that in order to appear and defend, you must file an Answer or proper response in writing with the Clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required, AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO SERVE A COPY OF ANY ANSWER OR RESPONSE UPON THE PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEY. A.R.C.P. 10 (d); A.R.S. 12311; A.R.C.P. 5. SIGNED AND SEALED this date: 2-11-2011 /s/ Illegible CBN Legal 9/28/11, 10/5/11, 10/12/11, 10/19/11
October 12, 2011
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for as little as $13.00 per week.
Orion Recycling Open Mon-Sat 9am-4pm Located at the Superior Transfer Station, Airport Rd., Superior
We buy scrap metal for “Cash”
• Aluminum Cans • Aluminum Sheet Scrap • Scrap Iron • Auto Batteries • Copper and Brass • Electronic Scrap • Aluminum Wheels • Stainless Steel • Wire and Cable • Nickel Alloys
No minimum quantities. Prices reflect current market conditions. Call
David for a quote today: (480) 251-2231. “Save time and money with our convenient Superior AZ location” We support our local residents and business owners. Call for special pricing on large quantities. Ask for Tim (602) 695-0297.
FBA Home Repair and Improvements Indoor/Outdoor Projects
Wanted to buy Scrap Cars and Trucks $50 to $300, Car batteries $6, Metal $100 Ton, Stoves w/d Ref, All metal, #1 Copper 200LB, Call Wayne 480-227-1287 W8/10 4TP
INDOOR •Carpentry •Drywall •Flooring •Windows •Doors •Painting •And more . . .
Why travel out of town for color copies? We can offer high quality at competitive prices.
OUTDOOR •Landscape Design •Fencing •Tree & Shrub Service •Planting •Demolition & Disposal •Maintenance •And more . . .
glossy paper available for photos.
All Work Guaranteed – FREE ESTIMATES – (520) 385-4262 Not a Licensed Contractor
81/2x11 – $.85 81/2x14 – $.95 11x17 – $1.60 Just Bring us Your originals & You’ll Be amazed at the QualitY.
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Hick’s Heating & Cooling Licensed • Bonded • Insured
Service and Installation on all makes & models 24-hour emergency service available.
11. Auctions **BATTERMAN’S AUCTION** October 15. 16333 N Hwy 87, Rye, AZ Garvin RV Center & Don Garvin Estate. Vehicles, Boats, Travel Trailers, Motor Homes, Mowers, Farming Equipment. Photos/Info: Battermans.com 928-445-6787. (AzCAN)
15. Furniture Queen size bookcase headboard with light and mirror. Has attached one-shelf cabinets and two drawers on each side $75 OBO (928) 200-0193 W 9/7 TFN
18. Fitness/Beauty PELVIC/TRANSVAGINAL MESH? Did you undergo transvaginal placement of mesh for pelvic organ prolapse or stress urinary incontinence between 2005 and the present time? If the patch required removal due to complications, you may be entitled to compensation. Call Attorney Charles Johnson 1-800-535-5727. (AzCAN)
20. Help Wanted
Program SpecialistQuality First! Coach Signal Peak Campus Coolidge, AZ Engage and support early care and education programs in the quality improvement process of Quality First! Arizona’s quality improvement and rating system. Qualiﬁcations: Bachelor’s in ECE, Child Dev or related ﬁeld and 1 yr of related exp. Position is dependent upon grant funding. Minimum entry salary is $37,875.00 For additional information go to www. centralaz.edu/jobs or call 520-494-5235 EOE
ADVERTISE YOUR JOB Opening in 87 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. classifiedarizona.com. (AzCAN)
Check the Classified for latest job openings! The Ray Unified School District #3 Governing Board is seeking applicants for the Maintenance Supervisor position. If interested, applications are available at the District Office. Please contact Karla Luedke from 8 AM to 3 PM, Monday through Friday. Qualifications include, but are not limited to, experience in the field with supervision experience, knowledge of electrical, plumbing, and HVAC general maintenance, ability to make decisions regarding scheduling and allocating of personnel and resources, budget and fiscal management, safety procedures, preventative maintenance programs, and computer literacy. Salary is negotiable based upon experience and qualifications with an attractive benefit package.
October 12, 2011 20. Help Wanted
Director, Faculty Development Signal Peak Campus/ District Coolidge, AZ Provide a comprehensive District faculty development program. Qualiﬁcations: Master degree and 2 yrs teaching exp at the post-secondary level. Exp in faculty training and development highly desired. Must be able to function as a Master Instructor to educate faculty on current and emerging instructional techniques and modalities. For additional information go to www. centralaz.edu/jobs or call 520-494-5235. EOE
Seeking part time dental assistant – must be x-ray certified. Seeking part-time front office – must have experience with insurance. 520-689-2191
NEED A CDL? Need a job? Careers starting at $40k/year. As little as 4 weeks. Call Southwest Truck Driver Training, 602352-0704 (located in Phoenix). (AzCAN)
25. Instruction AIRLINES ARE HIRING - Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. CALL Aviation Institute of Maintenance 866-314-5370. (AzCAN) ALLIED HEALTH career training. Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-4819409. www.CenturaOnline.com. (AzCAN) Enhance your musical abilities and skills! Begin private study with Mr. Evan Thompson through Thompson Music Studios. All ages and abilities accepted. Study on band instruments, orchestra instruments, guitar or general music theory. $20 per hour lesson. Don’t wait, call today! 520-363-7275 www. thomphsonmusicstudios.com, maestro@ thompsonmusicstudios.com W 9/21 4TP
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ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 888-216-1541. www. CenturaOnline.com. (AzCAN)
BUILDING ARIZONA Families Adoption Agency. Domestic or International adoptions. We want to help you build your family. 623-936-4729 or 1-800-340-9665. www.BuildingArizonaFamilies. com (AzCAN)
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75. Pets Free Chihuahua terrier mixes to loving homes. 1 - 7wks; 4 - 1.5yr olds. 356-6183 W 10-12 1TP
6:30 pm Thursday Nights Beginning Oct. 6th
at 324 Fairhaven Rd. Family Fun-FoodFriendly Faces
44. Yard Sales 3358 N. Dudleyville Rd. “Old Steelman Home” Sat. Oct. 15th 8a.m. to ? baby furniture, clothing, new blankets, washer & dryer, books, baked goods and a lot of miscellaneous W 10-12 1TP Garage Sale, 112 Johnston, Kearny (across highway) Fri. 8a.m. – noon Miscellaneous W1TP 10-12
45. Misc. For Sale 500 gal. galvanized water tank. Excellent condition. Best offer over $150. Call Joe Morales 520-357-6480 or 602-819-7719
50. Mobile Homes NEW 3 Bedroom / 2 Bath DOUBLEWIDE - CAVCO Durango Factory Order. Full Drywall. Hardwood Cabinets - 1st Quality, Lowest Price $33,995! Home Outlet 1-800-493-2221. www.thehomeoutletaz.com. (AzCAN) 1986 14 X 70 ft Rembrandt $6,000 Kearny Mobile Home Park space 36 (front center) For occupants 55+ Contact Roger 520-363-5175 W 9-28 4TP
68. Adoptions PREGNANT? LOCAL Adoption Services free to birthmother. We represent birthmothers only. Living expenses provided. Loving families qualified to adopt your child. Call 602-271-9899. (AzCAN)
80. Rentals For rent, furnished 1 ½ bedroom, 1 bathroom mobile home in Superior. Completely fenced in area includes washer/dryer, sewage and garbage pick up, yard maintenance. $425 mo. plus security deposit. Call 520-8270611 or 520-827-0276 W 10/12 2TP Superior. 3 bedroom – 1 bath + bonus room. $600 month plus $600 deposit (602) 625-3151 W 8/12 TFN San Manuel: Remodeled 1bd apartment with washer, dryer, stove, refrigerator & A/C, fenced yard. Garbage & sewer paid, No Pets, 1 yr lease. $400/ mo+deposit. 896-9011 10/12 3tpS House for Rent in Superior. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath. Approximately 1,200 sf, air conditioning, carports. $650/mo. with 1 year lease. (602) 284-7641 W 10-05 2TP Superior: Furnished 1 bedroom house $500 per month; 1 bedroom $400 per month. 520-431-0672 W 8/10 TFN
Nice homes. Good prices.
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602-625-3151 or 520-689-0218
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Dalton Realty 81. Commercial Prop. 7,000 sf building for sale $99,000 129 N Main Street, Mammoth. 520-982-0200. K5/12 TFN
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Mammoth Plaza for sale. $320,000. 12,000 sf on 4 acres. Tom, 520-982-0200. K4/21 TFN
100. Real Estate ADVERTISE YOUR HOME, property or business for sale in 87 AZ newspapers. Reach over 1 million readers for ONLY $330! Call this newspaper or visit: www. classifiedarizona.com. (AzCAN) DEEP DISCOUNT – Log Cabin on 8+ AC, $99,900. Owner must sell, beautiful whole log cabin on 8+ acres at Windsor Valley Ranch. Additional acreage available at cool 7,000 feet elevation outside Show Low, Arizona. Financing and ADWR available. Call AZLR 866-5525687. Equal Housing. (AzCAN)
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LENDER REPO SALE. 36 acres $21,900. Gorgeous land originally sold for $46,455. Located near South Rim of Grand Canyon. Lender offering incentivized financing to qualified buyers. AZLR 1-866-979-8292. (AzCAN) PRESCOTT AREA – RARE OPPORTUNITY. Foreclosure. 101 acres - $89,900. Great opportunity at Ruger Ranch located near Kirkland. On maintained road. Build now or buy & hold. 1st come basis. Special lender financing. Call AZLR 1-888690-8271. ADWR available. (AzCAN)
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3 bed, 1 3/4 bath home, 1,456 sq. ft., fenced back yard enclosed laundry area, storage room, stove & refrigerator. $79,900. Aravaipa land. 2 parcels, each 2.80 acres. Registered well, fenced, both for $49,900. Open Monday-Friday After hours or evenings call: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. MIKE GROVER ............................................ 520-471-0171 Available by appt. anytime. SHARON FLAKE ......................................... 520-483-0657 RICHARd LARGENT................................... 520-256-1406 TONYA LARGENT ....................................... 520-256-1095 BILL KELLAM.............................................. 520-603-3944 EQUAL HOUSING REALTOR PAULA MERTEN-BROKER......................... 520-471-3085
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NORTHEASTERN AZ - Lender resale. 320 ac - $58,750. Great getaway location. Attractive lender financing. AZLR 1-866621-5687. (AzCAN)
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October 12, 2011
Our Sales Department Makeover is DONE! Stop by to see our new look & expanded Preowned Inventory with more hitting the lot DAILY! Pre-Owned Cars JUST IN: 2008 Ford Focus SE 2-Door Coupe, 2.0L, SYNC, Alloy Wheels, Auto, Single CD, ONLY 18,383 Miles McSpadden Price $13,900 *** 2011 Chevrolet Cruz LTZ Sedan, 1.4L, 9,250 Miles, Leather, Heated Seats, Parking Sensors, Onstar McSpadden Price $20,500 *** 2010 Ford Taurus SEL FWD, 16,147 Miles, Leather, Premium Sound, Heated Seats, SYNC KBB $25,225 • McSpadden Price $24,500 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 23,363 Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC, Audiophile Sound KBB $22,215 • McSpadden Price $19,800 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 18,829 Miles, Leather, SYNC, Multi-Disc CD KBB $21,585 • McSpadden Price $19,200 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 24,829 Miles, Leather, SYNC KBB $20,850 • McSpadden Price $19,100 *** 2010 Ford Focus SEL 2.0L, ONLY 2,000 Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis 29,130 Miles, Leather, Power Seat KBB $17,860 • McSpadden Price $17,800 *** 2010 Lincoln MK2 Sedan 19,027 Miles, Leather, Multi-Disc CD KBB $28,395 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2009 Ford Taurus Limited 49,644 Miles, 3.5L, Leather, Moon Roof KBB $19,450 • McSpadden Price $18,900 *** 2008 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 14,464 Miles, 4.6L, Leather, Shaker Sound KBB $28,445 • McSpadden Price $26,900 ***
Pre-Owned SUVs JUST IN: 2006 Ford F350 Econoline Van 12 Passenger, 5.4L, Privacy Glass, Single CD, Rear Heat and A/C KBB Price $18,435 • McSpadden Price $16,500 *** 2011 Ford Flex Limited 3.5L, 2WD, SYNC, Leather, Navigation, Backup Camera, 25,303 Miles McSpadden Price $32,900 *** 2010 Ford Transit Connect Cargo XL Air Conditioning, ONLY 250 Miles KBB Price $22,990 • McSpadden Price $18,900 *** 2009 Ford Taurus X Eddie Bauer 3.5L, 2WD, Leather, Quad Seats, Dual Power Seats, 18,000 Miles KBB Price $28,125 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2009 Ford Expedition XLT 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 18,578 Miles KBB Price $30,225 • McSpadden Price $30,200 *** 2008 Ford Escape XLT 2WD, 3.0L, Moon Roof, Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 29,445 Miles KBB Price $20,680 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2008 Nissan Pathﬁnder SE 2WD, 6.5L, Rear View Camera, Moon Roof, Tow Pkg, 31,545 Miles KBB Price $25,030 • McSpadden Price $23,000 *** 2007 Toyota 4Runner SRS 4X4, 4.0L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, 70,026 Miles KBB Price $22,475 • McSpadden Price $21,900
*** 2007 GMC Yukon SLT 5.3L, 4X4, Leather, Dual Power Seats, Parking Sensors, 91,709 Miles KBB Price $24,850 • McSpadden Price $23,900 *** 2007 Ford Freestar SEL 4.2L, Leather, Quad Seats, Parking Sensors, 30,531 Miles KBB Price $15,750 • McSpadden Price $13,900 *** 2006 Ford Expedition XLT 2WD, 5.4L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, Running Boards, 76,596 Miles McSpadden Price $15,900 *** 2006 Mercury Mountaineer Premier 4.0L, AWD, Leather, Moon Roof, Navigation, 71,228 Miles KBB Price $20,905 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2005 Nissan Quest 3.5L, Parking Sensors, Power Sliding Door & Liftgate, 89,075 Miles KBB Price $11,290 • McSpadden Price $10,900 *** 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer LT 4.2L, 2WD, TwoTone Paint, Tow Pkg, 77,952 Miles KBB Price $13,290 • McSpadden Price $12,950 *** 2001 Ford Expedition 2WD, 4.6L, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, XLT, 120,615 Miles KBB Price $8,300 • McSpadden Price $7,900
JUST IN: 2010 GMC Sierra 2500 Crew Cab SLE 10,649 Miles, 6.6L Turbo Diesel, 4X4, XM Satellite, Parking Sensors, Backup Camera, Tow Pkg KBB Price $48,000 • McSpadden Price $44,500 *** 2011 Ford F150 Regular Cab XL 2WD, 9,169 Miles, Bed Liner, 3.7L McSpadden Price $19,500 *** 2009 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Heated Seats, 35,674 Miles, Tow Pkg KBB Price $32,490 • McSpadden Price $29,900 *** 2009 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab XLT 4X4, 6.4 L Diesel, Dual Power Seats, Tow Pkg, 25,923 Miles KBB Price $42,250 • McSpadden Price $38,900 *** 2008 Ford F250 Super Duty Super Cab XL 4X4, 5.4L, 36,519 Miles, Tow Pkg KBB Price $27,665 • McSpadden Price $23,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew XLT 2WD, 5.4L, FX2 Sport, Power Seat, 70,589 Miles KBB Price $20,475 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2007 Lincoln Mark LT 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Bed Liner, Tow Pkg, Power Seats KBB Price $32,095 • McSpadden Price $31,500 *** 2007 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab XLT 6.0L Diesel, 2WD, Two-Tone, Tow Pkg, 42,337 Miles KBB Price $30,040 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew King Ranch 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Tow Pkg, 40,634 Miles KBB Price $31,330 • McSpadden Price $26,900 *** 2007 Ford F150 Super Crew XLT 2WD, 5.4L, Power Seat, Two-Tone Paint, 33,000 Miles KBB Price $22,670 • McSpadden Price $22,500 2006 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat 2WD, 5.4L, Two*** Tone Paint, Bed Liner, Leather, 36,732 Miles KBB Price 2006 Ford Ranger Super Cab XLT 4WD, $24,270 • McSpadden Price $23,500 4.0L, Bed Liner, Tonneau Cover, 46,701 Miles *** KBB Price $19,420 • McSpadden Price 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Crew Cab LS 6.6L $18,500 Diesel, 4X4, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, 89,132 Miles KBB *** Price $27,025 • McSpadden Price $24,500
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