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Copper Basin News

Celebrating More Than 50 Years of News Coverage in the Copper Basin Vol. 53 No. 44

Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Periodicals Postage Paid at Hayden, Arizona 85235

Got your goat … cheese See Story, Pages 6 & 7 Also In This Issue:

Southwest Land Exchange Approved by House, See Stories, Pages 10 & 11

Copper Basin Halloween Festivities, See Photos, Pages 8 & 9

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The Copper Basin News

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www.copperarea.com Published each Wednesday at 46 Hayden Avenue, Hayden, Arizona by Copper Area News Publishers. Business office is located at 366 Alden Rd., P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85137. Subscription rate in advance: $35.50 per year or $31.50 for 6 months in Gila or Pinal Counties; $40.50 per year or $36.50 for 6 months elsewhere in the U.S. Change of address should be sent to the publishers at P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85137. Member: Arizona Newspaper Association, National Newspaper Association. Second class postage is paid at Hayden, Arizona. Postmaster: Address changes to Copper Basin News, P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85137.

Telephone (520) 363-5554 • Fax (520) 363-9663 “There are numerous countries in the world where the politicians have seized absolute power and muzzled the press. There is no country in the world where the press has seized absolute power and muzzled the politicians” —-David Brinkley

November 2, 2011

Denard A. Brandt

September 16, 1922 - October 22, 2011 Denard A. Brandt passed away peacefully Oct. 22, 2011 in Tucson. He was born in New Bern, North Carolina on Sept. 16, 1922. He attended Roskruge Junior High and graduated from Tucson High School in 1939. He became an assemblyman at an airplane factory in Burbank, California during World War II and married Grace V. Heltman. Two years later, he joined the Merchant Marine and was a machinist on the Dalles, a tanker. He ranched briefly in Aravaipa Canyon and then later became employed with Kennecott Copper Corporation in Hayden. While at Kennecott, he was awarded a patent for a machine part for the mining process. He was eventually promoted from Maintenance Supervisor to Planner. Meanwhile, three children were added to the family: Denard A. Brandt II, Clarine (Haslag)

and Ellen (Parkhurst). In 1973, Denard and Grace divorced. In 1974, he married widow Louise Burnam. They moved to Salt Lake City where he worked for National Lead Company in their maintenance department for many years. After a brief retirement, Denard became an independent consultant for several years. Denard is preceded in death by his first wife Grace Brandt Hosea and his second wife Louise Burnam Brandt. He is survived by his immediate family, Denard A. Brandt II (Roxana), Clarine Haslag (Tom), and Ellen Parkhurst (David); and grandchildren, Bill and Matt Haslag, Naomi Passarelli, and great grandchild Joseph Passarelli. He is also survived by stepchildren, Ron (Judy) Burnam, Lynette Phipps, Cathy Tepper and Carol Burnam, and their children, Angie,

Heather, Tiffany, Nick, Aislon, Lauren Tepper, Tracy and Marti Jo, several great-grandchildren, and many nieces and nephews. Those who knew him will miss a great storyteller, analytical and creative mind, and loving father. Services are pending at East Lawn Cemetery, Tucson.

Denard A. Brandt

Alfredo Rivera Montano

February 21, 1926 - October 30, 2011 Alfredo Rivera Montano “Buster,” our beloved father, journeyed home to be with our Lord and Savior on Oct. 30, 2011. He is preceded in death by his father Jesus, mother Manuelita, brother Jesus and sister Consuelo Chavez. He served in the United States Army during World War II. Upon his return, he married his wife of 59 years Alvina Lopez Montano and they became “Los Busters.” He is survived by his beloved wife Alvina,

children Anna Marie Medina (Gilbert), Carolyn Kraft (Manny) and Alfred Jr. (Paula); grandchildren, great-grandchildren, family and many friends. He was loved by many and was always ready to help those in need. Daddy is our “Gentle Giant”, and we will miss him, but our Lord’s word promises we will “see him later.” A Celebration of Life will be held Saturday, Nov. 5, at 10 a.m. at Living Word Chapel, 3941 Highway 77, Oracle.

Pete T. Goad

March 28, 1929 – October 27, 2011 Pete T. Goad, born March 28, 1929, died Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011 at home. He was an Army Vet, a member of the Masons and a Construction Boiler Maker (627). He also enjoyed the outdoors. He leaves behind a sister, four children, nieces, nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. At his request, there will be no graveside or church

Pete T. Goad services. May he rest in peace.


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Meet your Hayden Town Manager, Bill Leister By Mila Lira The Hayden Town Council recently hired Bill Leister to be the Town Manager. While several of the newer members of the Hayden Town Government believe that Leister is the first town manager that has served the Town of Hayden, that is not strictly true. Gayle Carnes, retired managing editor of the Copper Area News Group, reported that Hayden has not had a town manager since the 1970s when Eugene King was the manager. King retired in the mid 1970s. Bill comes to the Town of Hayden from the Central Arizona Association of

Governments (CAAG). Bill was employed at CAAG as their Transportation Planner. He also has experience with grant coordination and has extensive background in governmental finance. Prior to working for CAAG, Bill worked for the tribal government at the San Carlos Indian Reservation. He graduated from Arizona State University in 1970. Bill explained that he is excited to be working for the people of Hayden. One of the things he said he enjoys best about doing this type of work is helping people. One of the immediate goals he has is to promote Hayden. Currently the

Town does not have a website or email system. He would like to have a web site built that promotes Hayden and is something that the residents can use to keep up with Town business. He also anticipates setting up email accounts for the staff at the Town of Hayden. Bill is a lifelong resident of Arizona. He was born and raised in Phoenix and moved to Globe when “Phoenix got too big,” explained Leister. Bill has been married to his wife Carolyn for 44 years. They have a son Jared and daughter-in-law Jessica and the light of his eye is his grandson Gavin.

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Kearny Police Report 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 are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. Only criminal citations are listed. All damages are

estimates. Oct. 27 A 17-year-old male juvenile was arrested for possession of marijuana in a drug free zone, possession of drug paraphernalia, and contributing to the delinquency of a minor. He was transported to Florence and booked into the Pinal County Juvenile Detention Center. A 16-year-old female juvenile was arrested for possession of marijuana in a drug free zone.

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She was cited and released. Oct. 29 A trailer was reported stolen from the corral area. Other calls included six ambulance runs; one open door report; seven information reports; two agency assists; and two 911 hang-up reports. A citation was written for loud music from a vehicle and verbal warnings included two for speed and one for a head lamp violation.

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Pinal County Board of Supervisors Chairman Pete Rios presented a check for $50,000 to the Copper Corridor Economic Development Coalition at its recent meeting. The group will use the funds to Skin Cancer • MOHS Surgery sustain economc development in 18 N. Magma, Superior, AZ Eastern Pinal Gerardo C. Brual, M.D. County. CCEDC Gayl Overgaard, P.A.C. President Lynn Jocelyn Ramos, N.P.C. Perez-Hewitt happily receives the ‘big 520-689-2232 or 1-888-689-2232 bucks.’ (Michael Carnes photos)

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CAC’s Dennis Jenkins to retire PINAL COUNTY, Ariz. – After four decades of outstanding service to Central Arizona College, its students and the residents of Pinal County, President/CEO Dennis Jenkins will step down from his position effective Jan. 3, 2012.   “Today, I announce my retirement as president/CEO of CAC effective the end of the day on

Jan. 3, 2012,” Jenkins stated. “Beginning tomorrow (Nov. 2) through Jan. 3, 2012, I will use accumulated leave.”   Jenkins said it has been a tremendous 40 years at CAC.   “I am very proud of the accomplishments and progress at CAC and the fact it is a great asset to Pinal County,” he said. “I leave with my head high for

putting CAC in a better place. I want to thank the Governing Board and the communities across the county for their continuous support of me and CAC.”   In a joint statement, CAC’s Governing Board said it was grateful, as all of Pinal County should be, to President Dennis Jenkins for his 40 years of ser-

vice to the college.   The board cited his numerous stellar accomplishments under his leadership, including passage of the general bond for the expansion of current CAC locations and the building of two new campuses in the city of Maricopa and in the San Tan Valley.   The board also lauded Jen-

kins’s ability to keep CAC financially sound in a time when many community colleges are on less solid financial footing. Jenkins’ work ethic has been unparalleled, his loyalty and dedication are beyond reproach, and his decisions and the resulting actions have always been in the best interest of CAC.   Dr. Doris Helmich, the vice

president for student services, will be in charge until the CAC Governing Board holds a special meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2011. The meeting will be held at 11:30 a.m. in room T116 on the Signal Peak Campus to decide on and share a plan for temporary leadership in preparation for a nation-wide search for a new president.

By Georgie Wood (ggannwood@yahoo.com)      In 1993, there was a safety evaluation done on the living quarters where the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Ranger for the Aravaipa Canyon Wilderness (ACW) stayed, and I find it amusing that some have referred to that trailer home as the “Abbey trailer”. The controversial author Edward Abbey had lived in that trailer home for just a short while after the Defenders of Wildlife (DOW) had assumed the Nature Conservancy (TNC)  mortgage on our Wood Brothers Panorama Ranch in 1972

and had purchased that trailer home from our friends, Bud and Helen Burnap, who had our permission to live there when we had owned the ranch. After Ed Abbey lived there as “coordinating custodian” for DOW, Larry Coak, the Preserve Ranger for DOW, lived there, and after the DOW-managed George Whittell Wildlife Preserve was returned to TNC in 1988, BLM Ranger, Andrew “Andy” Wigg, lived there longer than anyone, followed by BLM Rangers Katie Fenn and Sue Morgan.      After BLM had no luck in buying that site, but a larger

one, from TNC, in April of 1998 BLM had an environmental assessment for a new Ranger station on BLM’s Brandenburg Campsite much further down the Aravaipa road, despite the fact that the original site was where a Ranger could more effectively administer the ACW. When the new Ranger station was being built, in February of 1999 BLM Ranger Sue Morgan watched my husband, Cliff Wood, dowse (or witch) for a well site close by, and Cliff, who had witched lots of wells with success, found a site for a well  and marked it, but the site he found was not where

a well driller later drilled at two nearby sites with no water found. Perhaps BLM was required to use a hydrologist before drilling?      For a while, the new Ranger station, which must have been costly to build, had no electricity to the site, so a generator was used, and water was hauled in by a big truck because the site had no well. After Ranger Sue Morgan left for another job in Utah, Michelle Mistler was introduced as BLM’s new west-end Ranger at an October 2000 meeting of the Aravaipa Property Owners Association (APOA), and three years later it was reported that

there was no full-time BLM Ranger, but the position was expected to be filled in January of 2004, and that volunteers were hauling the trash. Patrick O’Neil became the next Ranger, and it was reported in April of 2004 that the electricity and water was hooked up to the new Ranger station, with the water being piped from the Barassi property by the creek below, but the water service was on hold until a bacteria problem was solved.      The many hikers to ACW were able to drive to the original Ranger site to park their vehicles before setting off on their adven-

tures. I have often wondered what their thoughts were as they began their hikes and could see the area where the Panorama Ranch homesites had been before the 1995 fire, or if they knew the history of the area, or if they cared. “Sister” Eulalia Bourne from our San Pedro River country, and the author of “Woman In Levis”, had thought our Panorama Ranch homesites a paradise with its flowers, grass, and trees - like an oasis in the desert!  When we sold the ranch to TNC in 1970, the thought never entered my mind that it would ever change. How naive we were! 

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Copper Basin

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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. lIgHtHoUse asseMBlY oF god Bishop Bradley Baker 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. st. JosePH’s catHolIc cHURcH Religious education for children Welcomes you! All classes, PreK-K through high school, will be 300 Mt. View Road, Hayden held Saturdays from 8 to 9:30 a.m. starting Aug. 27. Weekday Mass: M-W, F & S) 8:30 a.m. Confirmation class will be held separately and will Saturday Vigil: 5:30 p.m. be announced. Registration for all classes is now 8 a.m. & 10 a.m. open. Contact the Parish Office for more information. Sunday Mass: Father Dale A. Branson, Pastor 356-7223 Rev. Fr. Thomas Dekaa, Administrator 363-7205

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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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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

By John Hernandez John and Crystal Foote live on a farm with 36 goats. Each goat has a name and the Footes know them all by sight. The goats are an eclectic mix of Alpines and Nubians. There are 32 females and 4 males. The Footes also have two horses, one mustang and five working dogs. Twenty of the goats have to be milked twice a day. This keeps them busy throughout the day. They also make natural raw milk goat cheese at Foote’s Hold Dairy. They are one

KeaRnY soUtHeRn BaPtIst cHURcH

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

let tHe RIVeR FloW MInIstRY

330 Hartford, Kearny 520-282-1181 or 520-282-1178 Preaching & Teaching the Message of the Cross Pastor Taylor Sunday Morning 10 a.m. Sunday Evening 6 p.m. Wednesday Evening 6 p.m. We have children’s Ministry sunday Morning & Wednesday evening too!!

To be included in the weekly church listing, contact the Copper Basin News at 363-5554.

In Loving Memory of Our Beloved Grandson

Anthony M. Carrillo

6/14/87 – 11/2/2008 It’s been 3 years since you’ve been gone, but we still miss you and love you. Love Tata Manolin & Nana Veva

of two dairies in the state certified to make raw milk goat cheese. John starts milking the goats early in the morning and again in the evening. Crystal then starts turning the milk into cheese. “The milk is 107 degrees and I lower the temperature to 86 degrees,” Crystal explained. “At that point I add the culture and let it set for an hour. I drain the whey, add spices and sea salt and then hang it in cheesecloth anywhere from 6 to 24 hours. The whey goes to the Double Check Ranch where it is fed to the pigs. It makes their meat sweeter. The cheese is pressed and then placed in the refrigerator for two to six months. After it is aged we seal it in natural bees wax and it is ready for market.” Seems like a long process. “It is not how fast you make it,” Crystal said, “but how good you make it.” Foote’s Hold Dairy makes two cheeses a day

which weigh between two and a half to five pounds. They hope to double the output next year. They make and sell three cheeses regularly. A queso blanco (white cheese), pepper jack and a queso rojo. They also make a salt free Panir East Indian cheese that is used in Indian cooking like tofu. During the winter holidays Crystal makes a cranberry cheese which is a white cheese with cranberries in it. From December to January Foote’s Dairy sells a holiday log with a spicy cheese similar to bleu cheese that is rolled in pecans or almonds. The health benefits of goat’s milk are many. John and Crystal pointed out that goat’s milk has less fat and more vitamins and minerals that cow’s milk. It has 13 percent more calcium and 26 percent more B vitamins. It is easier to digest and people allergic to cow’s milk can tolerate goat’s milk. “Goat’s milk is good for every mammal on the

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in Arizona licensed to make, sell raw goat cheese planet,” John said. The goats at the Foote Dairy are fed dry C.O.B., which is a mixture of corn, oats and barley. The feed is GMO free. GMO

is genetically modified organisms. The goat’s cheese is natural with no additives. It also tastes great. You can purchase their

goat cheese at some of the farmers markets such as St. Phillips Plaza, Oro Valley, Jesse Owens Park, Alan’s Organic, 77north in Catalina and Margaret’s

Garden Market (Guyton’s) in Oracle. You can also buy the cheese at Foote’s Hold Dairy 5850 North Dudleyville Road but you may want to call ahead otherwise you will be greeted by at least a dozen goats. You can contact Foote’s Hold Dairy at (520) 483-2029.

In Loving Memory

Anthony Carrillo 6/14/1987 - 11/2/2008

Crystal Foote checks the temperature of one of the curing cheese. She shows the final product. (John Hernandez photos)

John and Crystal Foote are pictured here with some of their goats. (John Hernandez photo)

Looking Forward to Winter Wonderland By Rosalind Padilla Junior Chamber members, businesses and cast and crew for the Haunted House, Great Punkin’ and Trunk or Treat you out did yourselves again. It was a great event and the Halloween costumes were great and so many originals. Proceeds from this event will fund Winter Wonderland activities. November brings Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving where we

pause to give thanks for all that has been given to us, to remember those who have served our country in wars past and present, many giving their lives or suffering great bodily harm for our freedom. There may be parades, commemoration services, flags placed on Veteran’s graves and prayer services. Food baskets for those in need; dinners at Churches, schools or organizations and of course the family

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

November 2, 2011

Southeast Arizona Land Exchange moves forward By Mila Lira The US House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to approve the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2011. The vote was approved with 235 votes in favor of passage and 186 against the passage of the bill. The legislation will allow Rio Tinto to swap 5300 acres of environmentally sensitive land that they own for 2400 acres of forest service land in the Tonto National Forest with the federal government. The swap is needed for the development of the Resolution Copper mine. The ore body they expect to mine will produce 80 percent of North America’s need for copper. The vote in the House of Representative is the farthest this legislation has gone since it was first introduced by then Congressman Rick Renzi in 2005. Passage of the bill did not occur without great debate and requests from House Democrats to amend parts of the legislation or stall the bill all together. The amendments were discussed in the House Rules Committee on Monday and Tuesday prior to the hearing. There were three proposed amendments to the bill all of which failed. The first amendment was requested by Arizona Representative Raul Grijalva who is a longtime opponent to the legislation. His amendment would have required that the remote operations center for the proposed mine be located in Superior. The amendment also required that Resolution actively recruit and hire local employees, that all ore produced from the mine be processed in the United States and all equipment used at the mine be made in the United States. The second amendment was entered by Representative Ben Ray Lujan, a Democrat from New Mexico. His amendments would have exempted all Native American sacred and cultural sites from the land conveyance. Edward Markey a Democrat from Massachusetts brought forward the third amendment. His amendment would have required as a condition of the land exchange that Resolution Copper pay an eight percent royalty to the United States on all locatable minerals produced from the federal land that the company

receives in the exchange. The Democrats supported this amendment because the Mining Law of 1872 does not require any royalty payment. Congressman Ed Pastor, who was raised in the copper mining town of Miami, Arizona also supported this amendment. In his speech during the debates, Pastor said that he could not support this bill as it is written. Congressman Pastor introduced a similar bill into Congress several years ago. In a final attempt just prior to the official vote, Rep. Markey requested that the bill not be passed because .03 percent of Rio Tinto’s mining operations mine uranium in other countries. He stated that the uranium could be used by terrorists and to construct a nuclear bomb. Markey’s very passionate speech on the floor of the House included a picture of Iran’s current President Mahmud Ahmadinejad. One critical issue that Democrats continued to bring up was the automation that Rio Tinto uses in their mining operations. Democrats argued that the proposed mining project will not create the jobs they claim it will because robots will be working in the mine. Several Republican Congressmen from across Arizona and America debated in favor of the legislation. They reminded their colleagues across the aisle that the legislation once approved will create jobs for Americans; add billions of dollars into the economy, and preserves 5300 acres of environmentally important land in Arizona. The Republicans also assured them that the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) will be conducted prior to any minerals being extracted from the land. Arizona Representative Jeff Flake shared in his speech how local businessmen Albo Guzman and Jeb Dalmolin are just a few of the current contractors working on projects for Resolution Copper. He also commented that 90 percent of the 500 current employees on the project are from Arizona. Representative Gosar who introduced the bill into Congress earlier this year reminded his colleagues that the lands that are to be exchanged will preserve the ecologically important 7B Ranch in Pinal County, and will create

3700 jobs without costing the taxpayer a dime. The following members of the Arizona Congressional delegation voted in favor of the passage of the bill: Rep. Gosar, Rep. Quayle, Rep. Flake, Rep. Franks and Rep. Schweikert. Representatives Grijalva and Pastor voted in opposition to the bill. Representative Giffords did not vote

on the bill. Giffords was absent from the vote due to her ongoing recovery from injuries sustained in the shooting this winter. Several local supporters of the Land Exchange gathered to watch the hearing at the Resolution Copper Main St. Office, upon the official announcement of the passage of the house bill there was a big sigh of relief and

cheers echoed from the supporters. Many of these supporters have been patiently waiting for this step in the process. Roy Chavez the spokesperson for the Retired Miners and Concerned Citizens group remarked on the passage of the legislation. He explained to the Copper Area News that they were “disappointed and disgusted with the

outcome of the vote, but they we not discouraged.” The Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation of Act of 2011 will still need to pass the Senate and be approved by President Barack Obama before the legislation is finalized. The legislation is expected to face some resistance in the democratically controlled Senate.

Copper Area readers support the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act By Mila Lira The Copper Area News Group ran a poll over the weekend following the passage of H.R. 1904 The Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act of 2011 and of those participating in the online survey there was overwhelming support for the project and a strong belief that the Resolution Copper project will help to rebuild and stimulate the economy of the Copper Corridor. The first question that was asked in the survey was: Do you support the Southeast Arizona Land Exchange and Conservation Act? There were 48 total responses to this question, 37 people (77%) of those responses said that they support the land exchange while only 10 (20.8%) said that they do not support the land exchange. There was 1 no vote. Those responding to the survey were allowed to comment on each question. All comments will remain anonymous: Here are some of those comments to question one: • Copper is one of the “C” in Arizona, and is vital to the existence of this state and country. As the daughter of a retired copper miner, and who’s first job was in a copper smelter, I fully support mining in Arizona. It’s also important to develop a non mining economy, so when mining operations shut down, the area wont revert back to a ghost town, experiencing the current economic struggles. • I do not believe federally protected land that has been designated for recreation and has a cultural and spiritual significance should be touched for profit, especially by foreign entities with major human rights

and environmental charges against them. • I would expect Resolution Copper to mine at the highest standards available in their operation. I would expect the company to find ways to return to the community the tax base taken from the areas that will not receive any taxes because this is an exchange of land, not a purchase. I hold RCM accountable for the environment and community and expect the company to be an upholding citizen, and one that has money to put into the community where it is established. • I am opposed to the royalty tax on extracted ore. Copper mining is difficult and expensive enough. We need less taxation and more conservative representation. • The land to be exchanged is part of our National Forest, a camp ground where many people go. When it is gone, it will be gone forever. Question 2 of the survey asked: Do you think that Congress really has an understanding of what our region needs when it comes to job creation?  There were a total of 48 respondents in this question a 37 (77%) of the respondents said No that Congress does not have an understanding of what our region needs when it comes to job creation. Ten (20.8%) of the respondents said yes that Congress does have an understanding. There was one non-responding vote. The comments for this questions varied but most expressed their overall concerns with Congress. • Arizona doesn’t have the manufacturing jobs or non mining industries that other regions of the county have, so mining is an

alternative to joblessness in this area. What Congress ought to do is concentrate on changing the antiquated mining laws, so that foreign companies don’t exploit the resources, people and mining culture similar to what BHP did. • If they really knew the nuts and bolts of the agreement and workforce profile alongside the hiring practices of Rio Tinto and BHP they would see this farce of job creation is more like profiteering from economically depressed areas without accountability. • I know this to be the case that Congress does NOT understand the West, they rather view it as a big vacationland and do not understand how people live and work here. I think a few do, namely AZ delegation. • I believe Congress is aware that we need jobs but they don’t know how to create them. That should be left up to business people and private companies to create jobs or develop the project that will. They should support legislation that help facilitate job creation! • I think Congress is made up of a group of egotistical fools who are out for themselves, their political position, and their career. I don’t believe anyone in congress deserves to be there because they’re a bunch of spoiled individuals who know only how to oppose each other and have no connection to the People they supposedly represent (and definitely do not!). The third and final question of the survey was: Do you believe that the Resolution Copper Mine will help stimulate and rebuild the economy of the copper corridor? Forty-eight readers responded to this question and 40 (83.3%) of them agreed

that that the Resolution Copper Mine will help stimulate and rebuild the local economy. Of the 48 respondents only eight (16.6%) said that the project will not stimulate the local economy. There was one no response. Some of the comments to this question included: • I believe, if done correctly and responsibly, RCM will provide good jobs. What I hope is that RCM will continue to care about the community and show, as done in Superior, that they are giving back to the People who have made this all possible. For the record, I recognize the work that RCM has put into bringing Superior back to life, dedicating trails, and working with the community to move ahead thoughtfully and carefully. Thank you. • I believe they will take the money and run back to England and leave us with another toxic mess to clean up at OUR expense • Seems to already be working for Superior! • By default it will, due to its geographical location, and skilled labor currently in the area. Many of those who’ve left for mining jobs in Nevada, Utah, and etc. will return home, and revive the economy in communities • I believe it will stimulate Gold Canyon, Apache Junction and encroach on our way of life. Readers of the Copper Area News publications ( Copper Basin News, San Manuel Miner, Oracle Town Crier, the Nugget and the Superior Sun) can keep up-todate and participate in the news throughout the Copper Corridor by visiting our web page: www. copperarea.com. You can also “like” our Copper Area page on Facebook.


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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After the fight: A follow-up to the House vote By Taylor Beard The debate over the H.R. 1904 or its predecessors has spanned several years in and out of the town of Superior with many people for the many benefits of the bill and many people against the destructive forces they feel the bill will bring to the area. On Wednesday, Oct. 26, the bill passed on the floor of the House of Representatives for the first time. Yet during the heated debates taking place on the floor preceding its passing, many relevant points were brought up and passed over without revisiting the issue. Arizona Congressional Representative Paul Gosar and Jon Cherry, Vice President for Environment, Legal and External Relations at Resolution Copper, took the time following the vote to explain anything that might have been brushed over. In the past, Congressman Ed Pastor had been a proponent of a previous version of this bill, yet this time around he took a very different stance on the matter, prompting some anger from local supporters of the bill who were confused over the change of heart. “On one hand,” Gosar said, “I was happy that he acknowledged what we tried to do with this bill, you know, our way of listening and trying to incorporate everyone into a solution. Then again, it also makes me sad that we’ve become so partisan up here that we don’t take advantage of what’s good.” Cherry explained: “Everyone is entitled to their own opinion and they have to vote their conscience and that’s obviously what he did.” During the debate, representatives in opposition to the bill repeatedly referenced an eight percent royalty that they would like to see made part of the bill. This would be an additional eight percent taxed on profits of the mine above and beyond the taxes and royalties that they would already be paying to the government. When asked about what such a royalty would have meant to the operation, Cherry explained, “This bill

is about a land exchange. Congressman Flake gave a very good rebuttal, saying he has been working on this in the past. Royalty issues belong with the 1872 Mining Law debate, not on a land exchange. It essentially would have preempted the existing mining law.” Cherry added, “Why would you be singling out one company in the United States to apply that to? It’s picking and choosing winners and that’s not appropriate. It was intended to kill this bill, not to look at policy.” “That’s exactly right,” Gosar agreed. “If you’re going to consider a differences of the way our mining act looks at a mineral, then you need to do it all the way across the board, not pick and choose this company over another. What we need to do is then go back to the full mining act and make that full disclosure and change. But until then what they need to do is abide by this and how this process works. It’s very common sense, very practical. When you start talking about the facts, this is why this thing wins out.” At several points during the House debate, the comment was repeatedly made that the mine was going to be manned by robots, not human beings. The opposition referenced the Pilbarra mines in Australia, which are remotely operated. The bill, they argued, would not be for human jobs in Arizona, but instead would give profits to a company that would stock its workforce with robots. When asked to explain the role of humans and robots in the Resolution Copper project, Cherry said, “Just because you have a robot doesn’t mean that you have fewer people. We are using these things to be more efficient and to work even safer. Every piece of automated equipment still needs someone to program it, someone to operate it. When we talk about remote equipment, there may not be a driver sitting on that piece of equipment. He is going to be back at the end of the drift or up on the surface. There still has to be human interaction with that piece of equipment on several different levels.”

The Pilbara mining operations in Western Australia is an entirely different operation with several factors dictating why it is remotely operated, such as safety, location and ore type. The opposition also stated that the numbers of jobs that would result from this project had been grossly inflated. In response, Cherry said, “We’ve done a prefeasibility study. We’re just wrapping that up. We have the preliminary engineering designs. We have the design of what this mine is going to look like. We know how many people it is going to take to operate it. We have gone through that engineering process and part of the process is determining the workforce that is required. It is all based on the fundamental engineering design and the fundamental engineering principles.” During the debate, an amendment was introduced by opposing Congressman Raul Grijalva, essentially dictating where Resolution Copper could hold its company headquarters and that the company would only be allowed to utilize American made products. “We’ve so hamstrung industry that no one wants to play in America anymore,” Gosar said. “No one wants to play in America anymore because they cannot afford to.” Rep. Lujan of New Mexico suggested an amendment to the bill to keep lands that Native American Tribes deemed “Sacred” out of the bill. Part of the Land Exchange Bill, Gosar explained, includes the donation of 110 acres of Resolution property on Apache Leap to the federal government for long term protection. “We are starting the block cave mining away from the Leap and we will have high tech monitoring in place to watch the Leap,” Cherry said. “The bill itself prohibits us from impacting the Leap.” The federal government, he continued, evaluated the “sacred sites.” They gave a fact of no finding. The Tribes challenged the finding in court and the court upheld the Forest Service’s finding.

Albo Guzman, foreground, and Superior Mayor Michael Hing, background, react to the final tally at the US House of Representatives vote on the Land Exchange Bill. (Taylor Beard photos) Towards the end of the debate, the opposing congressional members lashed out against the bill from the standpoint that supporting it would support terrorism, since Rio Tinto holds a stake in a Uranium mine that is minimally owned by the Government of Iran. “Rio Tinto owns and operates a uranium mine in Namibia, Africa,” Cherry said. “We own roughly 65 percent of that operation, along with the Namibian Government. The IFIC own 15 percent of Rossing Uranium. It was done in 1975 when the Shah

of Iran was in control, so that agreement and arrangement happened prior to the Islamic Revolution. That property is still retained by the government of Iran, but since that time, we have taken steps. There is no nuclear technology that will ever be transferred to Iran. We do not sell uranium to Iran. We have frozen all of their dividends and financial interests in their part. Provisions have been taken to not allow the two board members (from Iran) to attend meetings. We are in full compliance with all of the U.N. Sanctions. We are in full

compliance with all of the law. H.R.1904 does not waive any Federal law, statute or sanction – period.” With the passing of the bill, both men are optimistic about what will come next. When asked if the bill would need to be changed before it is brought before the senate, Cherry replied, “Hopefully not at all. We’re very pleased with the bill the way that it’s written and we hope that it goes through the Senate the way that it is written. It’s a good bill.” “It’s a good day,” Gosar said. “It’s team work. We all did this together.”


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona Submissions Due the FRIDAY Before Wednesday Publication

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• 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. • 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. 15, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. • DUDLEYVILLE NO BURNING BAN LIFTED The Dudleyville Fire Department has lifted the no burning ban, effective until May 1. Permits can be purchased at the Board of Supervisors office in Mammoth. Permit holders please follow all rules on permits and observe all red flag (windy) days. • SEE’S CANDY SEASON HAS ARRIVED The Cobre Valley Regional Medical Center Auxiliary Gift Shop is again stocked with See’s Candy as a fundraiser and a variety of seasonal merchandise. The proceeds from the Gift Shop help to fund scholarships for graduating seniors who are pursuing a medical career as well as provide mini grants for hospital departments. For questions, please phone (928) 402-1230. • WINTER SPORTS FAMILY PASSES Ray High School Principal-Athletic Director, James Simmons, has announced Winter Sports Family Passes for all regular season home basketball games, both boys and girls, are available for $80. They can be purchased at the high school office. • GOLF CLUB YARD SALE Come to the Kearny Golf Club for a huge yard sale, Thursday – Saturday, Nov. 3-5, beginning at 7 a.m. There will be something for everyone, so come on out and make us an offer. All proceeds to benefit the Kearny Golf Club. • TOM MACIAS’ ONE MAN SHOW Come to see Tom Macias’ One Man Show A New Look At Bottles on Nov. 5 at 201 Main Street in Superior. The show is open to the public, free of charge, from 4-8 p.m. • RUMMAGE SALE There will be a rummage sale on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 8 a.m. – 3 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 6, 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. at St. Mary’s Center, 100 West Sunset Drive in Superior. All proceeds will benefit St. Francis of Assisi CYM Retreat Fund. If you would like to donate please call Jessica at 520-8270098 or Manuel at 520-827-0100. Breakfast burros and pastries will be sold.

• SENIOR CENTER THANKSGIVING LUNCH The Hayden Senior Center will be hosting a Thanksgiving Community Lunch on Nov. 10. If you need a ride, call 356-7035. • VETERAN’S DAY SCHEDULE IN KEARNY The Town of Kearny Administrative Offices, Library and Public Works will be closed Friday, Nov. 11, to honor Veterans’ Day. There will not be any garbage pickup that day. Friday’s route will be picked up on Monday, Nov. 14. • 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 margaret62136@yahoo.com for more information. • 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 Nov. 17. Please bring your own box. Donations are accepted. The CBFB is assisted by the Florence Food Bank. • RETIREMENT GOLF TOURNAMENT A Retirement Celebration Golf Tournament, honoring Felipe “George” Armenta will be held Saturday, Nov. 26, at the Kearny Golf Course, where you will find the sign up sheet; or call 520383-7441. Registration will be at 8 a.m. with shotgun start at 9 a.m. Entry fee is $40 per person. There will be First through Fourth Place prizes, Team Skins Game ($20 per team) and prizes for Longest Drive for Men and Women #5/#14 and Closest to the Pin #7; and Mulligan’s available. For more information, contact Bobby Armento at 480-702-2244. • 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.

Clubs & Meetings • 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. • THE HAND-ME-UP SHOP The Hand-Me-Up Shop hours are Tuesday- Friday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

To add an item to the community calendar please submit information to cbnsun@minersunbasin.com or call 385-2266. Listings are free, however, the SUN reserves the right to edit or refuse submissions.

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Winter

Continued from Page 7 Comes Santa will soon be playing at Pioneer Park so save some of your money for a fun filled Saturday at Winter Wonderland. Here are things you can expect Saturday, Dec. 3, although exact times are tentative. Vendor aisle will open at 11 a.m. with a community yard sale, vendors with homemade jewelry, candles, home cooking utensils, floral arrangements and all types of food. Applications may be picked up at the Chamber office if you have not already received one. Reindeer games by Myra Warren with her popular Minute to Win It repertoire of games will be assisted by Nancy Hinojos, Patsy Shoppe and Junior Chamber members and there will be Dance Party for those who like to dance for hours on end. Santa and Mrs. Claus are looking forward to their annual arrival in Kearny. It has not been determined which of the new reindeer will bring them to the Little League field. The names of these reindeer are Omni and Fire Engine. ‘A Magical Christmas’ may bring to mind wind up toys, Disney Characters, your favorite Christmas stories, Christmas music and

“lights” This year your Electric Light Parade float can include any of the above or whatever a magical Christmas means to you. The Electric Light parade will start at 6 p.m. across the highway on Allen and end at Pioneer Park; applications may be picked up at the Kearny Town Hall from Margaret Gaston, Parade Chairperson. In addition to the magical lights of the parade we are featuring a lot of lights this year. Back after an absence for several years are the Love Lights. For those who are new to the tradition there will be two Christmas trees in front of the Pinal County Building. Lights “in memory of” or “in honor of whomever” may be purchased and these names will be read at a special evening service. A snowflake with this persons name will be hung on the tree as the name is spoken and the light on the tree is lit. The trees will remain lit until Epiphany, Jan 6. These Love Lights may be purchased from the originator, Joan Macallister or at the Chamber office Lining the streets at Pioneer Park will be luminarios “in memory or in honor of” whomever. Junior Chamber members will be selling the bags. There will be two See Winter, Page 13

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Continued from Page 12 presentations of Fire Dancers with Memorial fireworks in between. It has been almost 14 years since the Copper Basin Area has sponsored Memorial fireworks. Currently the plan for the Fireworks is that names will be read “In memory of “or “in honor of” prior to a series of shots set off. Each series is 19 shots at $20 per shot. You may purchase as many shots as you care to, the more series purchased the greater the show. Kenny Piggott and Chale Vega, Fire Chiefs from Kearny and Hayden, are coordinating this project and shots may be purchased at the Chamber office or from Rosalind

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Notice for Publication ACC File Number: L17141947 1. Articles of Organization have been filed in the office of the Arizona Corporation Commission for Hermosa Vida Investments, LLC. 2. The address of the known place of business is 21973 North Desert Park Court, Maricopa, Arizona 85238. 3. The name and business address of the initial agent for service of process for this limited liability company is KEYTLaw, L.L.C., 3001 East Camelback, Suite 130, Phoenix, Arizona 85016. 4. Management of the limited liability company is vested in a Manager or Managers. 5. The name and address of the Manager of this limited liability company at the time of formation are: Bryan W. Johnson, 21973 North Desert Park Court, Maricopa, Arizona 85238. 6. The name and address of the only Member who owns a twenty percent or greater interest in the capital or profits of this limited liability company at the time of formation are: IRA Services Trust Company, Custodian FBO Bryan W. Johnson IRA, 1160 Industrial Road, Suite 1, San Carlos, California 94070. CBN Legal 11/2/11, 11/9/11, 11/16/11

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NO. CV 2011-091192 / BALTA vs. STATE OF ARIZONA, et al. [TO: PETER ANAENUGUWU AND JANE DOE ANAENUGUWU] SUMMONS (Assigned to The Honorable John R. Ditsworth) Melanie E. Beauchamp (#013481) BEAUCHAMP LAW OFFICE, P.C., 4425 E. Agave Road, #110, Phoenix, AZ 85044, (480) 704-0777 phone, (480) 704-2084 fax, e-mail: melanie@ beauchamplawoffice.com And J. Grant Woods (#006106), GRANT WOODS LAW, Two Renaissance Square, 40 N. Central Ave., Suite 2250, Phoenix, AZ 85004, (602) 258-2599 phone, (602) 2585070 fax, Email: gw@grantwoodspc.net, Attorneys for Plaintiff Mariana Balta. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA MARIANA BALTA, surviving mother and representative for the estate of ALEXANDRU FLORIN USURELU, deceased, Plaintiff, vs. STATE OF ARIZONA, a government entity; DONALD KINNEY and JANE DOE KINNEY, his wife; PETER ANAENUGUWU and JANE DOE ANAENUGUWU, his wife; BLACK and WHITE CORPORATIONS AND PARTNERSHIPS I-X; JOHN AND JANE DOE, wardens I-X; JOHN AND JANE DOE, deputy wardens I-X; JOHN AND JANE DOE, supervisors I-C; JOHN AND JANE DOE, officers I-C; JOHN DOES I-C AND JANE DOES I-C, Defendants. THE STATE OF ARIZONA TO: Peter Anaenuguwu and Jane Doe Anaenuguwu, 4751 S. Grenoble Circle, Mesa, Arizona 85212. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED and required to appear and defend, within the time applicable in this action in this Court. If served within Arizona, you shall appear and defend within Twenty (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 or certificate mail, or by publication - you shall appear and defend within thirty (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 outside the State of Arizona is complete thirty (30) days after the date of filing the receipt and affidavit of service with the Court. Service by publication is complete thirty (30) days after the date of the first publication. Direct service is complete when made RCP 4, ARS Section 25-311 to 25-381.22. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that you are being served as a defendant in the above-entitled action in this Court, and 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 a proper response in writing with the clerk of this Court, accompanied by the necessary filing fee, within the time required. You are required to serve a copy, if any response, upon the Plaintiff. RCP 10(d), ARS Section 12-311, RCP 5. Requests for reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities must be made to the court by parties at least three working days in advance of a scheduled court proceeding. The name and address of the Plaintiff’s attorney is: Beauchamp Law Office, P.C., Attn: Melanie E. Beauchamp, 4425 E. Agave Road, Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 85044. Method of Service: Process Server. GIVEN under my hand and seal of the Superior Court of the State of Arizona, in and for the County of Maricopa, this 20 day of June, 2011. MICHAEL K. JEANES, Maricopa County Superior Court; By: /s/ K. CROCKETT, Deputy Clerk. CBN Legal 10/26/11, 11/2/11, 11/9/11, 11/16/11

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I Name: ALCOTT HOLDiNGS, LLC. File No. L-17111210 II The address of the known place of business is: P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 The name and address of the Statutory Agent is: William M. Conway 405 W. Franklin Street Tucson, AZ 85701 III Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: BRIARGATE RUST, UA dated September 29, 2011 P.O. Box 387 Winkelman, AZ 85192 member CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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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

Page 13 PUBLIC NOTICE GILA COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF ELECTIONS SUBMISSIONS TO THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE FOR PRECLEARANCE UNDER SECTION 5 OF THE VOTING RIGHTS ACT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Gila County Department of Elections has submitted the following requests for preclearance under Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act: Gila County Supervisorial Redistricting Plan Gila County Community College Redistricting Plan Gila County Precinct Boundary and Polling Place Change Plan Submission materials are available for public review at the Gila County Department of Elections, 5515 S Apache Ave, Globe, AZ 85501. Spanish and Apache translators are available to interpret the materials. Questions or comments may be directed to the Gila County Department of Elections, 928.402.8709. Dated at Globe, Gila County, AZ this 31st day of October, 2011

AVISO PÚBLICO: El DEPARTAMENTO ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE GILA SOLICITA AL DEPARTAMENTO DE JUSTICIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS AUTORIZACIÓN PRELIMINAR EN VIRTUD DEL ARTÍCULO 5 DE LA LEY DE DERECHOS ELECTORALES POR ESTE MEDIO SE NOTIFICA que, en virtud del Artículo 5 de la Ley de Derechos Electorales, el Departamento Electoral del Condado de Gila ha solicitado autorización preliminar de: Plan de Redistribución de Distritos de Supervisores del Condado de Gila Plan de Redistribución de Distritos del Colegio Comunitario del Condado de Gila Plan de Cambios a los Límites de Recintos Electorales y Lugares de Votación Los informes referidos están disponibles para revisión del público en el Departamento Electoral del Condado de Gila, 5515 S. Apache Avenue, Globe, AZ 85501. Traductores de idiomas español y apache estarán disponibles para interpretar el contenido de los informes. Puede dirigir sus preguntas y comentarios al Departamento Electoral del Condado de Gila, al 928.402.8709. Publicado el 31 de Octubre de 2011, en Globe, Condado de Gila, Arizona. CBN Legal 11/2/11

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CALL OF ELECTION PUBLIC NOTICE OF TOWN OF KEARNY Notice is hereby given that the Town of Kearny will hold elections as follows: *Primary Election March 13, 2012 General Election May 15, 2012 Offices to be filled: Mayor and Council (3) Candidate Packet distribution: November 14, 2011 Information and Candidates packets available at 912-C Tilbury Drive Candidate Packet Filing Deadline: By 5:30 p.m., December 14, 2011. Candidates’ packets should be filed at 912-C Tilbury Drive. Voter Registration Deadline: February 13, 2012 /s/ Margaret Gaston, Town Clerk October 17, 2011 *Any candidate receiving a majority of all votes cast at the Primary Election will be declared elected without running at the General Election. Early voting requests will go through the Pinal County Recorder’s office; voted ballots can be dropped off at Kearny Town Hall. AVISO PUBLICO DE LA PUEBLO DE KEARNY Aviso se dap or el presente que las elecciones municipals de La Pueblo de Kearny se celebraran como sigue: *La Eleccion Primaria: El 13 de Marzo, 2012 La Eleccion General: El 15 de Mayo, 2012 Puestos a ser occupados: Alcalde, Concjo (3) Una propuesta para adopter una alternative sobre el limite del gasto local – una opcion de auto reglamento sera considerada en la/el pueblo eleccion primaria el martes Marzo nueve, 2010. Distribucion de Paquetes de Candidatura: El 14 de Noviembre, 2011 Informacion y paquetes de candidature estan disponible por 912C Tilbury Drive. Fecha Limite para presenter Paquetes de Candidatura: by 5:30 p.m. El 14 de Diciembre, 2011. Los paquetes de candidature se deben presenter por 912-C Tilbury Drive. Fecha Limite para registrarse para votar: El 13 Febrero, 2012. /s/ Margaret Gaston, Pueblo Secretaria 17 De octubre de *Cualquier candidate que reciba una mayoria de los votos emitidos en la Eleccion Primaria sera declarado electo, sin que tenga que participar en la Eleccion General. Votacion anticipada solicitudes pasara a través de la Oficina del registrador de Condado Pinal; pueden entregar boletas votades en ey Ayuntamiento. CBN Legal 11/2/11, 11/9/11


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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

November 2, 2011

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NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: 6715 E. San Cristobal Way, LLC. File No. L-1707590-0. II. The address of the known place of business is: 6715 E. San Cristobal Way, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Nancy A. Waechter, 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118. Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The names and addresses of each person who is a member are: Nancy A. Waechter [member], 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118; William F. Waechter [member], 5163 S. Crested Saguaro Lane, Gold Canyon, AZ 85118 CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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LAW OFFICES FULLER & STOWELL, P.C. STAPLEY PROFESSIONAL PLAZA 1116 E. Greenway, Suite 103 Mesa, Arizona 85203-4399 Telephone (480) 833-0709 E-Mail fspc1001@ qwestoffice.net Donald O. Fuller, SBN 002942 Randal L. Stowell, SBN 007513 Attorneys for Personal Representative IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL IN the Matter of the Estate of: WILLIAM T. FOX, Deceased.) NO. PB201100163 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that William T. Fox, Jr. has been appointed Personal Representative of this Estate. All persons having claims against the Estate are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice if notice is given by publication, or within 60 days after mailing or other delivery of this notice, whichever is later, or the claims will be forever barred. Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative at 1837 E. Pollack Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85042 Dated this 6th day of October, 2011. /s/ William T. Fox Jr. 1837 E. Pollack Street Phoenix, Arizona 85042 Personal Representative FULLER & STOWELL, P.C. /s/ Randal L. Stowell Donald O. Fuller Randal L. Stowell 1116 E. Greenway, Suite 103 Mesa, Arizona 85203 Attorney for Personal Representative CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF SAINT JACOB’S INSTALLATIONS, INC. ARTICLE I NAME: The name of the corporation shall be, SAINT JACOB’S INSTALLATIONS, INC. 1708913-3 ARTICLE II PURPOSE: The purpose for which this corporation is organized is the transaction of any or all lawful business by which corporations may be incorporated under the laws of the State of Arizona, as they may be amended from time to time. ARTICLE III INITIAL BUSINESS: The corporation initially intends to hold and operate real property in this state and to operate a general INSTALLATIONS business. ARTICLE IV AUTHORIZED CAPITAL: The corporation shall have the authority to issue one hundred thousand (100,000) shares of common stock of non-par per share. ARTICLE V STATUTORY AGENT: the name and address of the initial Statutory Agent, a bona fide resident of Arizona for three years, and is also the address of the business is: JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 ARTICLE VI BOARD OF DIRECTORS: The initial Board of Directors shall consist of ONE (1) Directors. The person who is to serve as Director until the first annual meeting of shareholders or until their successors are elected and qualified are: JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 THE DIRECTORS ARE ALSO THE INCORPORATORS. JACOB J SECOR 142 E 16th AVE APACHE JUNCTION, ARIZONA 85119 /s/ JACOB J SECOR , DIRECTOR CBN Legal 10/19/11, 10/26/11, 11/2/11

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

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Copper Basin News, Hayden, Arizona

November 2, 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

Pre-Owned SUVs

JUST IN: 2006 Ford F350 Econoline Van 12 JUST IN: 2001 Ford Taurus SEL 3.0L, Power Passenger, 5.4L, Privacy Glass, Single CD, Rear Heat Seat, Multi CD, 71,853 Miles McSpadden and A/C KBB Price $18,435 • McSpadden Price Price $6,750 $16,500 *** *** 2008 Ford Focus SE 2-Door Coupe, 2.0L, 2011 Ford Flex Limited 3.5L, 2WD, SYNC, Leather, SYNC, Alloy Wheels, Auto, Single CD, ONLY 18,383 Miles McSpadden Price $13,900 Navigation, Backup Camera, 25,303 Miles *** McSpadden Price $32,900 2011 Chevrolet Cruz LTZ Sedan, 1.4L, 9,250 *** Miles, Leather, Heated Seats, Parking Sensors, 2010 Ford Transit Connect Cargo XL Air Onstar McSpadden Price $20,500 Conditioning, ONLY 250 Miles KBB Price $22,990 *** • McSpadden Price $18,900 2010 Ford Taurus SEL FWD, 16,147 Miles, *** Leather, Premium Sound, Heated Seats, 2009 Ford Taurus X Eddie Bauer 3.5L, 2WD, SYNC KBB $25,225 • McSpadden Price Leather, Quad Seats, Dual Power Seats, 18,000 $24,500 Miles KBB Price $28,125 • McSpadden Price *** $26,900 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 23,363 *** Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC, Audiophile 2009 Ford Expedition XLT 4X4, 5.4L, Leather, Sound KBB $22,215 • McSpadden Price Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 18,578 Miles KBB Price $19,800 $30,225 • McSpadden Price $30,200 *** *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 18,829 2008 Ford Escape XLT 2WD, 3.0L, Moon Roof, Miles, Leather, SYNC, Multi-Disc CD KBB Tow Pkg, Power Seat, 29,445 Miles KBB Price $21,585 • McSpadden Price $19,200 $20,680 • McSpadden Price $19,900 *** 2010 Mercury Milan Premier 3.0L, 24,829 *** Miles, Leather, SYNC KBB $20,850 • 2008 Nissan Pathfinder SE 2WD, 6.5L, Rear View McSpadden Price $19,100 Camera, Moon Roof, Tow Pkg, 31,545 Miles KBB *** Price $25,030 • McSpadden Price $23,000 2010 Ford Focus SEL 2.0L, ONLY 2,000 *** Miles, Leather, Moon Roof, SYNC McSpadden 2007 Toyota 4Runner SRS 4X4, 4.0L, Power Price $19,900 Seat, Tow Pkg, 70,026 Miles KBB Price $22,475 • *** McSpadden Price $21,900 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 2008 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 14,464 *** Miles, 4.6L, Leather, Shaker Sound KBB $28,445 • 2009 Ford Taurus Limited 49,644 Miles, McSpadden Price $26,900 3.5L, Leather, Moon Roof KBB $19,450 • *** McSpadden Price $18,900 2008 Toyota Avalon Touring 51,504 Miles, 3.5L, *** Leather, Spoiler, CD KBB $21,670 • McSpadden Price $18,500

Pre-Owned Trucks

*** 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: 2003 Dodge Dakota 3.9L, Auto, Bed Liner, Premium Sound, CD, Alloy Wheels, 74,167 Miles KBB Price $9,650 • McSpadden Price $8,950 *** 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 2006 Ford F150 Super Crew Lariat 2WD, 5.4L, Two$22,670 • McSpadden Price $22,500 Tone Paint, Bed Liner, Leather, 36,732 Miles KBB Price *** $24,270 • McSpadden Price $23,500 2006 Ford Ranger Super Cab XLT 4WD, *** 4.0L, Bed Liner, Tonneau Cover, 46,701 Miles 2005 Chevrolet Silverado 2500 Crew Cab LS 6.6L KBB Price $19,420 • McSpadden Price Diesel, 4X4, Power Seat, Tow Pkg, 89,132 Miles KBB $18,500 Price $27,025 • McSpadden Price $24,500 ***

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