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June 6, 2012

Ismael ‘Miley’ Moreno

Paul ‘Pablo’ Campos September 26, 1932 - May 29, 2012

Paul “Pablo” Campos, 79, of Superior, entered our Lord’s Kingdom on May 29, 2012. He was born in Cashion, Arizona on September 26, 1932 to Merced and Francisca Campos. Pablo is survived by his wife of 29 years,

Teodomira “Teddy”; two sons, Paul (Mina) and Danny (Anna) Campos; two brothers, Merced (Linda) Campos of Gilbert and Frank (LaVonn) Campos of Mesa; a sister, Alice Aldrete of Phoenix; four grandchildren, Sergio, Ana, Anissa and Paul

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Campos; two step-children, Donna and Richard Montoya; 10 nephews and nine nieces; and many great-nephews and nieces. He was preceded in death by his mother and father; two brothers, Joe and Adolfo Campos; and two sisters, Amelia Campos and Margaret Porras. Pablo served in the Army and worked at Magma Copper Company and Superior Unified School District. He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends, hunting in the surrounding areas of Superior, gardening at home and gambling at Apache Gold in San Carlos. He will be greatly missed by everyone who knew him. The Rosary was held on Monday, June 4, at 9:30

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Paul ‘Pablo’ Campos a.m., Mass at 10:00 a.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church and Pablo was laid to rest with full military honors at Fairview Cemetery in Superior. Funeral arrangements were assisted by BulmanSuperior Funeral Home.

Ismael “Miley” Moreno, born June 17, 1929, passed away on May 29, 2012. He worked at Magma Copper Company for more than 30 years and served in both the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps. He was preceded in death by his wife, Mary Moreno; brothers, Frank and Richard; and sister, Carolina Moreno. He is survived by his children Marilyn DeNoia, Charles P. Nafziger, Phyllis Nafziger, Mike Nafziger, Gabriel Moreno, Raphael Moreno and Daniel Moreno along with many grandchildren. Memorial service will be held Saturday, June 9,

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Ismael ‘Miley’ Moreno at St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church in Superior with the Rosary at 9 a.m. and Mass at 10 a.m. A luncheon will be held afterwards at the Los Hermanos Ballroom upstairs.

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Letter to the Editor: More questions about the town operations Editor, Superior Sun: Now I am getting a clear picture of who is actually running the town, even though it has not been clearly stated officially from the town council. The mayor is in charge. He has told some of the town employees that he calls the shots. It is unusual that he is running the town operation; but he has a full time job, Monday through Friday, with the County. So, who is being shortchanged: the Pinal County resident taxpayers or the town of Superior resident taxpayers? This mayor accused the former mayor of micro-managing the town operations and he is guilty now of managing the Town.

More so, he is directing his own personal agenda without council approval. In a recent action by the town council, the council approved the take home police vehicles of certain police personnel. The council approved this issue because it was a cost-saving measure to the community. The mayor was the only member of the council to vote against this issue; but this did not stop him. The mayor informed our police chief, who is also our public safety director, that he was not to take a vehicle home. The mayor said he was in charge and that was final. The mayor is now overruling council decisions. I guess those high-price attorneys

said it was fine. I know that the mayor will say that the chief receives a car allowance; but is his car equipped to respond to emergency situations? Wow! Southwest Gas is questioning town operations. Recently, Southwest Gas was called into town to do some repairs. They were upset that the area was not blue-staked for their digging. They were told that the town was broke and cannot afford a can of spray paint. Councilman Aguilar, don’t you work for Southwest Gas? I guess the mayor was not around to make authorization to buy the can of spray paint. Mayor, you accused the former mayor of malfeasance; you are

committing the crime. Over a week ago, you sent town employees and used Town of Superior equipment to clean up a private property. You also allowed unauthorized people, not town employees, to operate town equipment; and we are not talking about a weed eater but a tractor backhoe. I guess Curt Williams was in charge. Is he another political payback employee? Because he was screaming at the town employee as the neighbor will attest to. I am addressing a letter to the State Attorney General asking for an investigation to be launched to look at not just these issues but many others

which surround our mayor. I encourage all residents to call the State Attorney General to investigate the actions of both the mayor and the town clerk, Rita Wentzel. Why, Council, do you continue to run the town without a fulltime Town Manager or a fulltime Town Clerk, as the Town Code states.? Are you afraid there are qualified people out there for these positions? Are you just filling these positions with the mayor’s political payback program? Again, Mayor and Council, you continue not to answer questions, not just mine but of the other residents of Superior, too.

To the residents of Superior: continue to demand answers. My number is 520-827-1073. The Arizona State Attorney General number is 602-5425025. PS: I cannot believe the mayor is questioning my residency; so I am going to answer his question. I became ill the first part of this year and at this time I have to stay near my doctors who are located in the Valley. I will continue to return to Superior whenever possible. Moreover, I am committed to exposing the truth of the illegal activities our town government is doing. So be transparent, Mayor! /s/ Manuel “Mango” Ortega Longtime Superior Resident

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Superior 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 damage amounts are estimates. Items are given to The Superior Sun by the Superior Police Department and reflect information available at the time the report is compiled.

May 23 Theft was reported in the 500 block of Ray. May 25 Criminal damage was reported in the 1000 block of Sunset Drive. May 26 Burglary was reported in the 400 block of Ray. May 26 An accident was reported on Highway 60. May 26 Theft was reported in the 600 block of Hill. May 27 Christine Ripley, 44, Phoenix, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Superior. May 27 Possible theft was reported in the 800 block of Western. May 27 An accident was reported in the area of Magma Shaft.

May 28 Jessica Sommer, 29, Superior, was arrested on a warrant issued out of Pinal County. May 29 A warrant arrest was made in the 100 block of Main Street. The subject was later released. Calls not listed include nine alarm drops, 14 traffic stops, six information reports, eight disturbances, one curfew violation, one citizen assist, three welfare checks, three fires, three civil matters, one liquor violation, two juvenile problems, one found property report, one victim notification, one attempt to locate, one agency assist, three suspicious activity reports, one neighborhood problem and one 911 hang-up.

Citizens are reminded to call Silent Witness at 1-800-358-INFO, Crime

Stop at 689-5611 or the Information Tip Line at 520-827-0065 if they have

information that may help the police department in solving a crime.

Pinal County Sheriff’s Report The Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken from the daily logs, based on the information provided by deputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

May 26 Robert Allan Howell, 57, Superior, was arrested in the area of Gonzales Pass on a warrant for interfering with judicial proceeding. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence.

May 28 Theft was reported in the 600 block of North Fairway Drive, Queen Valley. Gas was taken from golf carts. May 28 Theft of six antique bicycles was reported in the 400 block of East Diane Drive, Queen Valley.

Letter to the Editor: Rios responds to Babeu Editor: As much as he wants to run away from it, Sheriff Paul Babeu does not have a balanced general fund budget (he will likely be over by one million this year). In fact, this will be the second year

in a row that he will have exceeded his general fund budget. As an election year ploy, the Sheriff has started throwing around numbers, making accusations and trying to scare the public in an attempt

to turn your attention from the simple fact that he cannot manage the taxpayer’s money. His diversion tactic to have you to focus on the county courthouse renovations is also intended See Rios, Page 5

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Letter to the Editor: Meaningful compensation Editor: It is time for meaningful compensation to become a reality in Pinal County; it is time we are true to our own sense of right because managing an organization is about people whether the organization is public or private. I am perfectly confident that if my suggestions proposed at the Board of Supervisors meeting on Wednesday and again

today, are taken to heart, we can reduce many employee issues while maintaining the best level of service to the taxpayers. When we lose our top performers due to the inability to remain competitive in the labor market, everyone who benefits from County services will suffer. Merit-based and performancebased systems are the most fair. Nothing is more certain than

that managers must reward hard workers; they have earned that reward! Across -the-board pay increases (especially one-time bonuses) that are strategically timed during an election cycle are not the prudent answer. They are an expedient answer if you wish to make the voters happy, but this is not sensible fiscal stewardship. The Board of Supervisors is continuing to exam-


not been subject to a hiring freeze and is authorized to fill any budgeted or approved positions. In addition, in this budget cycle the Sheriff’s Office requested a $3.7 million in additional funds over last year’s budget—no additional deputy positions were in that request. When you go to the polls to elect your leaders, you expect them to be able to manage their departments and their budgets. The Sheriff has failed to do both and now he wants to try and blame anyone but himself. He can dance around this issue all he wants, but when the rubber meets the road—the elected

official is ultimately in control of their office. We have worked hard with the Sheriff’s Office to get his numbers in order. The taxpayers of Pinal County have bailed him out of his own poor budgeting decisions. But yet, Paul Babeu will write letters, pontificate at the top of his lungs and try to pass the buck. It’s time that the Sheriff realizes that he runs his department and not politicize his shortcomings by blaming the Supervisors for his problems. /s/ Pete Rios, Chairman Pinal County Board of Supervisors

Continued from Page 4 to take away attention from his mismanagement and legal troubles. Every Pinal County elected official stuck to their budget this year, except for one— Paul Babeu. This is a Sheriff who oversaw a reorganization of his department that resulted in salary increases for many at the top of his organization. Paul Babeu likes to accuse county leaders of not wanting to hire more deputies. But he won’t tell you that public safety has

ine the potential for employee salary increases, although, this morning the one percent bonus proposal did not carry. Thankfully, though, our mill rate in our property taxes will likely decrease to $3.79. Make no mistake, the troubling times in Pinal County, over the last few years, have required a shared sacrifice to maintain county services. The taxpayers have seen some of the highest property tax rates in the state and the employees have seen

shrinking paychecks. While some states are funding employee benefits 100 percent, in Arizona public sector employees pay medical insurance rates comparable to the private sector and contribute 11 percent of their pay toward their pensions. Also, keep in mind that many of our County employees are property owners so they have been hit twice! It is a sound management practice to reward employees who work hard. Those workers

give 110 percent all the time and motivate improvement in others, because there is an incentive to be promoted, based on their individual merit, not across-theboard increases! All of this I know, well enough, and no matter what happens in the budget cycle, I will not stop the dialogue regarding merit-based incentives. Believe me, it is quite possible! Sincerely, /s/ Chad A. Roche, MBA Clerk of the Superior Court

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Students of the month honored by Superior Rotary Club By Mila Lira Each month the Superior Rotary Club recognizes the students of the month at the Superior Junior Senior High School. Two students are chosen from the Junior High and two students are chosen from the High School.

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Superior Jr. Sr. High school based on their behavior, grades, participation in school activities and citizenship. Students of the month for February were Jesse Zavala, Tyler Allison, Kathy Lucas, and Terrece Flowers Jesse Zavala is the son of Kathy and Michael Zavala. He is a senior at Superior High School. He plays Baseball, and is also involved in the Robotics

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high school she plans on attending Princeton to study dramatic arts and special education. Tyler Allison is the son of John and Melissa Allison. He is an eighth grader at Superior Junior High. He plans on becoming a paramedic when he graduates from High School. Tyler has three siblings. Kathleen Lucas is the daughter of Charles and Lilly Lucas. She is a senior at Superior High School. She is involved with Family Career Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) and Math Club; she was also involved with Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) when the program was available. After high school she plans on joining the US Navy. Kathleen has an older brother. The students of the month for March were Steven Byrd, Simon Ochoa, Linda Jones, and Marlene Briseno. Marlene Briseno lives with her grandmother Marlene Pacheco and Godmother Christine Alamejo. She is a seventh grader at Superior Junior Highs and recently moved to Superior from San Diego. After high school Marlene plans on attending either San Diego State University or University of California Los Angeles to become a detective. She is four sisters and a brother. Linda Jones is the daughter of Teresa Zavala and Jeff Jones. Linda is a sophomore at Superior High School.

Currently Linda serves as the Publicist for the Student Council. After high school Linda would like to attend either UC Berkley or Arizona State University to study journalism. Simon Ochoa is the son of Socorro Tlaxcala. He is a senior at Superior High School and is a member of the Robotics Club and DECA. After high school Simon plans on attending Northern Arizona University to study engineering. He has two sisters and a brother. Steven Byrd is the son of Brandy and Bobby Martinez. He is a seventh grader at Superior Junior High School. He plays Basketball and Baseball. After high school Steven would like to become a centerfielder for the Arizona Diamondbacks. He has one younger sister. During the meetings Rotary members along with club President Roy Chavez share with the students their biographies and visit with the students. Chavez consistently reminds the students to embrace the changes they will experience in life and to never forget the community that they have come from. The Superior Rotary Club is the oldest service club still serving the community of Superior. The Superior Rotary meets every Tuesday at Noon at the Los Hermanos Restaurant on US 60. For more information on becoming a Rotary member please contact Roy Chavez at 520-827-9133.

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Splish and Splash … Summer fun is waiting Hey kids, of all ages! Youngsters and young-atheartsters: our good friends Splish and Splash are in town and they are having a pay-to-play pool party, all summer long. You are invited! Don’t forget, it’s B.Y.O.B. That’s bathing suit, kiddies! Think of all that lovely, cool water sluicing over your heat-soaked frame, watching the fun as the daring divers take their leap of faith, off the end of the board and down into the mysterious depths. Think of all the people watching, meeting up with friends, and drying off during break time before plunging back in and experiencing the bliss that is summertime swimming, that is to be had! Head over to the Superior Pool where you can swim

to your heart’s content all week. Open swim for everyone is set for noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 3 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Adults can swim Monday, Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to noon. Water aerobics are held Monday through Thursday from 6-7 p.m. Night swimming is held Monday and Wednesday from 7-9 p.m. The pool is reserved for parties on Tuesday and Thursday from 7-9 p.m., Friday from 5-10 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 4-10 p.m. Don’t know how to swim? The pool offers free swimming lessons from 1011 a.m. weekdays, thanks to a grant from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office. So come on down and get cool in the pool.

Summer Fun at Parks and Recreation We know it’s cool in the pool. But what is there to do if the pool’s not open? Why not head over to the Town Hall and have some fun at the Parks and

Recreation rooms? Superior Parks and Recreation Director Barbara Arriola is inviting all the youth in Superior to head on over to the Parks

and Recreation rooms at town hall this summer. The recreation rooms are open every Friday and Saturday from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Arriola explained that if more kids start to come to the open recreation days she will be help the youth to plan more activities such as swimming parties.

The recreation rooms are located at the Superior Town Hall formerly the Roosevelt Junior High at 199 Lobb Avenue. The rooms are equipped with

pool tables, computers and video gaming systems. And they are air conditioned, making them a cool getaway from the hot summer heat!

June’s diabetes education class covers the healthy eating conversation map FLORENCE – The Pinal County Public Health District is holding its monthly Diabetes Education classes in June. This month’s classes will deal with the Healthy Eating Conversation Map. The Healthy Eating Conversation Map is being widely used by physicians across the United States to

help diabetics understand their condition in a simple and easy to read format. The map guides users through various parts of the disease with explanations of eating habits and dispelling myths. There are five different Conversation Maps: Overview of Diabetes, Healthy Eating, Monitoring and Using Your Results,


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coping with diabetes. The support groups will meet at the following locations: • Mammoth: Thursday, June 14, 1:00 pm. Mammoth Community Center; 101 Fifth Street • Superior: Tuesday, June 19, 10:30 am. Superior Senior Center; 326 Main Street If you would like to know

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Community Meeting Pinal County invites you to a public meeting to discuss a proposed County water adequacy ordinance. If passed, this ordinance would require that all new subdivisions demonstrate adequate water supply before being platted. This ordinance would also apply to property located within Town limits. More information? Call (520) 866-6465 Monday, June 11 at 6:30 pm Mammoth School Gym, 111 Dungan Dr., Mammoth

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John F. Kennedy School Hosts World Tour and Young Author Night By Mila Lira While the Superior JuniorSenior High School had several year end assemblies and banquets, the Kennedy Elementary rolled their end of year assemblies into one evening.

Sixth grade classes hosted a World Tour event which showcased their end of year geography studies. The assignment required the students to study a different county and prepare a demonstration board and be

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Worship Service Sunday: 10 a.m. Coffee & Fellowship immediately following worship. Youth Group for 7th-12th graders Sunday Afternoon. Our church is open for prayer the 2nd Wednesday of every month. 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. All are welcome. Anonymous prayer box located at the Save Money Market. We will pray for you! Phone: 689-2631

SAINT FRANCIS OF ASSISI CATHOLIC CHURCH 11 Church Avenue MASS SCHEdULE: Saturday, 5 p.m. Sunday, 9 and 11 a.m. Tuesday - Friday 8 a.m. Confession: Saturday 4-4:45 p.m. or upon request Rectory and Parish Office, 689-2250 Fr. James Aboyi, VC

SUPERIOR HARVEST CHURCH Hill St. and Stone Ave. Sunday Morning Service: 10 a.m.-noon Wednesday Bible Study: Family Life Christian Center 5 to 6:30 p.m. 56 Kellner Ave. Victory in Jesus Schedule of Services Pastor Albert M. Rodriguez 480-354-4499 (home) Sunday School 9:30 a.m. 480-329-3647 (cell) Sunday Worship 10:30 a.m. Wed. Bible Study 7:00 p.m. The Potter’s House Everyone is Welcome of Superior Pastor Dennis & Sandy VanGorp We are located at Office 689-2202 501 Lobb Ave. Assembly of God (The old medical clinic) (520) 827-1588 SUPERIOR 11:00 am FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sundays 921 Belmont Street Thursdays 7:00 pm PASTOR BART MUELLER Pastor Marcus Zuidema Everyone is welcome 689-5751, Please leave a message Nursery Provided

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able to talk about what they learned about each country. In addition to the explanation, they were also required to dress in costumes or attire that represents their chosen country. The lower grades also participated in the evening by showcasing their story writing at Young Authors Night. Each year each class takes on a story project where they create books and stories from Kindergarten to fifth grade each student had prepared a book to share at the event. The stories ranged from stories about their families, to the first day of school and lady bugs. There are many talented young authors at JFK. The evening ended with honor students being recognized for earning the honor roll for the first three quarters of the year. This year students earning the honor student awards were: Fourth Graders – Antonia Fuentes, Claudia Delgado, Marlee Estatico, Julissa Garcia, Queenie Hing, Daniel McConnell, Graciela Medina, Carlos Moreno, Grace Rabb. Fifth Graders: Jazmin Dozal, Marisa Estatico, Jesus Castellanos, Gabriel Garcia, Bruno Godinez, Jesus Gonzales, Makayla Martinez,

Cedric Mendoza, Jewel Meza, Jared Moreno, Nick Nunez. Sixth Graders - Amber Alonzo, Tatiana Babino, Holly Byrd, Casandra Drennan, Lorenzo Garcia, Jasmine Griego, Ashley Graham, Matthew Hernandez, Analysse Jaurez, Victoria Juarez, Ashley Lira, Israel Macias, Jalisa Murray, Marco Ochoa, Yuvithzia Romero, Jakob Sinteral and Ricardo Ybarra.

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Letter to the Editor: In support of Paul Babeu Editor: I publicly supported Sheriff Vasquez in 2008. The People of Pinal County spoke and elected Sheriff Paul Babeu. It didn’t take long to see an improved level of service capabilities to the citizens of Pinal County. Executive management began providing clear command intent directives holding all levels of agency leaders responsible to achieve mission goals. I watched, and was impressed, as mediocre or low performing staff was being held accountable, some for the first time in their career. Emergency response times decreased and PCSO added an Air Unit which has already saved lives and interdicted criminal activity. I was proud to see our Adult Detention Facility become the only one Nationally Accredited in Arizona and delighted to finally see an

aggressive interdiction of the organized criminal smuggling operations traveling through our county. Who in their right mind, outside the criminal element, would oppose this? The active pursuit of military surplus material to supplement the mission is fiscally responsible, as well as providing strategically placed all-terrain vehicles throughout the county for rapid response for rescue/evacuation of our citizens in the event of natural or man-made disasters. I’m a career law enforcement officer and have seen much in the 34 years I’ve served with Casa Grande PD and PCSO. Without question, this is the best run Sheriff’s Office that I have ever seen. Let’s put partisan and personal attacks aside and look at the results. You are better served than you were four years ago. /s/ John Ellsworth Casa Grande

Accepting the donation from Sheriff Paul Babeu was Debbie Limon-Martinez, Chairperson of the Community Advisory Board, who resides in the TriCommunity area of Pinal County. (Submitted photo)

‘Bad guy’ funds help volunteer group do some good in the county The Pinal County Juvenile Court Community Advisory Board (CAB) has received a RICO funds donation from the Pinal County Sheriff’s Department. The CAB is a group of citizen volunteers who represent diverse professional, cultural and community backgrounds from around Pinal County. The twelve member board is ap-

pointed by the Presiding Juvenile Court Judge to help evaluate and enhance services by Juvenile Court Services. CAB members currently represent the areas of Florence, Casa Grande, Eloy, Superior, Gold Canyon, Maricopa, San Tan Valley and the Tri-Community areas of Oracle and Mammoth. The RICO funding will help See Donation, Page 10

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This ‘N That • SENIOR CENTER SERVICES Superior Senior Center located at 360 West Main Street, Superior, offers meals in the center for a suggested donation of $2 for persons 60 or older, or those who have a disability. The price of a meal for those under 60 is $4. The meals are served at noon. If anyone needs transportation to or from the center, the suggested donation is $1 for those 60 or older. The price is $1 mandatory for those under 60. We ask that you call by 7:30 a.m. to ensure that your ride is provided for you and to verify your location. If you have any questions regarding the Senior Center and services, please call 520-689-5182. • THRIFT STORE The Superior Seniors have a thrift store which takes clean, gently used items to sell. The hours of operation are 9 a.m. to noon. The store is adjacent to the Senior Center. Please come in and browse the selection of household items, books and clothing. • SCHOOL BOARD PACKETS School Board packets are ready to be mailed out or picked up from the Pinal County School Office. If you are interested in running for School Board member in the November, 2012 election, please contact Chief Deputy Tonya Taylor at 520-866-6579 or, or you can contact Brenda Thwaits at 520-8666565 The forms can also be downloaded from our website www., click on the Elections tab and follow the links to the Election packet. • JFK PRESCHOOL John F. Kennedy Elementary Preschool is now accepting applications for the 2012 – 2013 school year. Children must be four years of age by September 1 and parents/guardians will need to provide proof of income, the child’s birth certificate, and immunization records. Applications are available at JFK Elementary School, 1500 Sunset Drive, Superior. For questions please call 520-689-3039. • SUPERIOR ZUMBA CLASSES Attend Zumba classes with Ericka Real Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7 p.m. at the Kennedy Elementary Multipurpose Room behind the front building. Class is free, but donations are welcome. Call 520-827-9972 for more information. • ST. FRANCIS FIESTA COMMITTEE The St. Francis Fiesta committee has scheduled its first meeting for the 2012 season. The meeting is scheduled for Thursday, June 7, at the St. Mary’s Center at 6:30 p.m. Please bring your suggestions for this year’s theme and any recommendations you have to make this years Fiesta the best yet. If you have any questions, please contact Steve Lopez at 520-689-5059 or Barbara Villegas at 602-618-5414. • PASTRY BINGO Pastry Bingo will be held on Sunday, June 10, at 1 p.m., at St. Mary’s Center on Sunset Drive in Superior, sponsored by the CCD teachers of St. Francis Catholic Church. For questions or to make a donation, please call Kathy Zavala at 520-689-5629. • ST. FRANCIS ALTAR SOCIETY The St. Francis Altar Society will have new items for sale for Father’s Day and Confirmation. The items will be available at the back of the church after the 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. Masses on Sunday, June 10. Thank you for your support. • FREE MOVIE NIGHT There will be a different free movie shown Tuesdays nights at 7 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church of Superior, 100 Magma Avenue. All movies are suitable viewing for the entire family. • FATHER’S DAY GOLF TOURNAMENT On Saturday, June 16, come out to the Queen Valley Golf Club for a golf tourney. You are invited to participate in the sixth annual Father’s Day Golf Tournament. The Superior Optimist Club is sponsoring this three-person scramble for a $35 entry fee which includes greens fees and cart. There will be a 50/50 cash drawing and a raffle for great prizes, as well as an auction. Breakfast burritos will be available. Hamburgers and refreshments will be served for lunch. Shot-gun start is at 7:30 a.m., with registration at 7 a.m. Proceeds are to benefit youth programs and activities in Superior and surrounding areas. Please pre-register with Joey Lopez cell at 520-8274120 or Olga and Joey at 520-689-5061.

• PMFHE ANNUAL GOLF TOURNAMENT JUNE 16 The Pinal Mountain Foundation for Higher Education will host its annual golf tournament on Saturday, June 16, at the Cobre Valley Country Club golf course to benefit students on Gila Pueblo and San Carlos campuses who need help with textbooks and tuition.The event is a threeperson scramble. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. Cost is $45 per person, includes lunch, and is tax deductible. This year’s tournament includes longest drive, closest to the pin, and longest putt. The awards ceremony will be held immediately after the tournament. For team registration and/or tee box/hole sponsorships, contact Bryan Seppala at 928-812-0098 or John O’Donnell at 928-812-1010. • HEALTH & WELLNESS FAIR Superior Arboretum Apartments will be hosting the Health and Wellness Fair, June 16, at 199 West Gray Drive in Superior, from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Attendance is free to all surrounding communities. • Miami High School’s annual volleyball camp for grades 3 -12 will be held from June 18 – 21. The first session for grades 3 - 8 will run from 8 a.m. – noon and the second session, for ninth - 12th grade will be from 1 pm – 5 pm. Cost is $45 per person with $10 off for each sibling. Friday, June 22, is the setters’ camp, which starts at 8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and is for all ages. Cost is $25 per person. Registration for volleyball camp starts at 8 a.m. on Monday, June 18, in the lobby of the Miami High School gym. • SUPERVISOR RIOS Due to training/vacation schedule, Supervisor Rios would like to inform constituents of a change in office hours for the week of June 25 to June 29, 2012. Supervisor Rios Mammoth office will be open only on Monday June 25, 2012 from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. If you have any questions, please contact the office at 520-487-2941 or 520-866-7830. If you require immediate assistance during this time please contact the Clerk of the Board’s in office at 520-866-6068. • MULTI-CLASS REUNION The Alumni class reunion you’ve been waiting for, has finally arrived. Come and reminisce with friends, family and classmates, 1950 – 1985, on Saturday, June 30, from 6 p.m. – midnight, at the East Valley Hilton located on US 60 and Alma School Road. Your choice of Prime Rib or Chicken will be served and music will be provided by AZTEX. Don’t be left out seats are limited; make your reservation today!! For more information contact Frankie Jo Saavedra-Rios at 602-803-9161. • BOB JONES MUSEUM The Bob Jones Museum will close this Memorial Day weekend for the summer months of June, July an August and will re-open after the Labor Day weekend on Wednesday, Sept. 5. • CLASS OF 1962 The Class of 1962 is making plans to celebrate its 50th class reunion on Saturday, October 13. During these 50 years, contact has been lost with some classmates and we are asking anyone who has an address or phone number to please contact Sylvia Perez at 520-689-5733, Elena Sandoval at 480-839-0331 or Annie Gomez at 602-763-6555. Lost classmates are Lupe Alcala, Judy Addington, Bonnie Colbert, Patricia Hudson, Margaret Huerta and Lynn Syrup. • VFW #3584 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE The VFW 3584 George E. Truman Post is having a membership drive, and, seeking family members of veterans to join the Ladies Auxiliary and men to start a Men’s Auxiliary. In March, 2012, they will be having their 75th anniversary celebration. Anyone interested in joining should contact the Post. • WALL OF HONOR VFW Post 3584 is seeking photos of veterans and military personnel to be displayed at the VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona. Past veterans, be it you or your husband, wife, father, mother, aunt, uncle, any relative or friend, we want to honor all veterans. To donate photos to be placed on the Wall of Honor, contact Debbie at 689-5820 or Rene at 689-2428 or any member of the Ladies Auxiliary of VFW Post 3584 of Superior, Arizona.

• ZUMBA The Town of Superior Parks and Recreation department has announced that Zumba under the direction of Marie Blanding is back. After a brief hiatus the program is returning to the Superior Senior Center at 6 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays. There is a $5 fee for each class. Classes began on Monday, April 2. For more information contact Barbara Arriola at 520-827-0052. • 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. • FAMILY LIFE CHRISTIAN CENTER BIBLE STUDIES A new Bible Study, ‘Battlefield of the Mind’, begins Feb. 22 at Family Life Christian Center, Kellner and Lime. We will learn how to fight doubt, worry, confusion, depression, anger and condemnation with spiritual weapons and win the battle. Join us each Wednesday at 7 p.m. Call 689-2202 for more information.

• BINGO AT VFW POST #3584 Bingo is bigger and better, prize wise, at the VFW Post # 3584 in Superior. Come have fun on Friday nights, starting at 7 p.m. There’ll be 20 games of the regular, jackpot and special type and a snack bar, with a regular bar open from 5 p.m. • PARKS & REC CLASSES Superior Parks & Recreation is open every Friday and Saturday from 3-7 p.m. at the Old Roosevelt School on Lobb Avenue. Tae Kwon Do classes are held from 4-6 p.m. on Saturday. For registration, location and/or more information, come to the Roosevelt School on Saturday or contact Parks & Recreation Director Barbara Arriola at 520827-0052.

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Pastor’s Corner By Rev. Dennis Van Gorp Family Life Christian Center In 2 Samuel 2:1 we read that David inquired of the Lord. “Shall I go up to one of the towns of Judah?” he asked. The Lord said, “Go up.” David again asked, “Where shall I go?” “To Hebron,” the Lord answered. Many times when situations or uncertainty arose; David prayed, asking for direction, advice and wisdom. Instead of relying on his own thoughts and reasoning, he asked for God to direct his thinking. There were times, however, when he didn’t bother to ask what God thought about his actions. When he saw his neighbor’s wife taking a bath next door, he didn’t think to inquire of the Lord for advice as to what to do or not to do. He was already falling into temptation and ignoring God’s commands. The popular phrase, “What would Jesus do?” requires that we spend time in prayer getting His guidance. This is easier said than done. Our tendency is to take the most natural path – where we listen to self. Notice in our text that when God answered David, he was allowed to get specific directions. Obviously, God doesn’t want to see us get lost. Any of the towns would probably have been okay, but only one would accomplish the will of God in David’s life. The many successes in his life were the result of knowing what God wanted him to do and how to do it. Sometimes the answer was given through a prophet of God. At other times, God simply spoke directly to David. Do you live a life of victories or failures? Are you asking God for direction and advice?


Continued from Page 9 this volunteer group continue its many programs such as the Character Counts Essay Contest, Mock Trial Competition, TALK Mentoring Program at the Youth Justice Center as well as the KIDS WHO CARE Project that provides youth detainees the opportunity to repair the harm caused by their crime through community service work.

Are you listening for His answers? Are you determined to follow His commands and abide by His promises? Regularly spend time talking with the Lord, getting to know and understand Him and His ways. Thank Him for the direction and guidance to keep you on the right path in your life. You won’t regret following the Lord Jesus Christ!

Public Notice

Cristi B. McMurdie, Bar No. 014845 McMURDIE LAW OFFICE, PC, 4500 South Lakeshore Drive, Suite 300, Tempe, Arizona 85282; (480) 777-5500; mcmurdielaw@; Attorney for Petitioner IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL In the Matter of the Estate of MANUEL ESCOBEDO RAMIREZ an Adult, Deceased. Case No. PB 201200076 NOTICE TO CREDITORS OF INFORMAL APPOINTMENT OF PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT: 1. MANUEL S. RAMIREZ has been appointed Personal Representative of this estate. 2. 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 or the claims will be forever barred. 3. Claims must be presented by delivering or mailing a written statement of the claim to the Personal Representative at the offices of his Attorney, Cristi B. McMurdie, McMurdie Law Office, P.C., 4500 S. Lakeshore Drive, Suite 300, Tempe, Arizona 85282. DATED May 9, 2012. McMURDIE LAW OFFICE, PC /s/ Cristi B. McMurdie, Attorney for Personal Representative McMurdie Law Office, PC, 4500 South Lakeshore Drive, Suite 300, Tempe, Arizona 85282; (480) 777-5500; www. SUN Legal 5/30/12, 6/6/12, 6/13/12

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PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT The District hereby gives notice that it proposes to approve the following permit(s) or permit revision(s). Each list includes the following, in order: the proposed permit number, company name, company address, facility location, facility type and the air contaminants to be emitted or potentially emitted (Volatile Organic Compounds will be abbreviated as V.O.C.; Hazardous Air Pollutants are abbreviated as the HAPS; Benzene, Toluene, Ethyl Benzene and Xylene are abbreviated as BTEX): Permit No. S12495.000 Circle K Stores, Inc P.O. Box 52085 Phoenix, AZ 85072-2085 Circle K Store # 2700527 831 S. Western Ave Superior, AZ Facility Type- Gas Station Emissions- V.O.C., HAPS (BTEX) Under A.R.S. 49-480, any person who may be adversely affected by the permit may file a written objection to the issuance of the permit and may request (in writing) a public hearing. Objections, comments or a request for a hearing are due during the public comment period, which ends upon the latter of thirty (30) days from the first publication of this notice, or close of business on the date of any hearing that may be held. Send objections/comments/ requests to Pinal County Air Quality Control District, P.O. Box 987, Florence, AZ 85132 or deliver to 31 N. Pinal Street, Building F, Development Services, Florence, Arizona. The telephone number is (520) 866-6929. Any objection shall state the name and mailing address of the objector, be signed by the objector, their agent or attorney, and clearly set forth the reasons why the permit should not be issued. Grounds for objections are limited to whether the proposed permit meets the criteria for issuance prescribed in A.R.S. § 49-480 or in § 49481. The permit package, all comments and objections will be available for public inspection and/or copying at the above address Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. excluding Holidays. PINAL COUNTY AIR QUALITY CONTROL DISTRICT DONALD P. GABRIELSON, DIRECTOR SUN Legal 6/6/12, 6/13/12

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20. Help Wanted Public notice is hereby given that the HaydenWinkelman Schools will be accepting applications for: PART-TIME BUS DRIVER Commercial Driver License Preferred; will train for Bus Driver Certification Applications may be requested in the District Office located at: 824 Thorne Ave., Winkelman, AZ 85192. Any questions, please call the Superintendent’s office at: 520-356-7876, ext. 1310. The Hayden-Winkelman Schools is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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TOWN OF SUPERIOR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY Dispatcher Trainee, Full Time or Part Time Position Pay Scale: Depends on Experience Opening Date: June 6, 2012 Closing Date: June 22. 2012

General Responsibilities: Responsible for fast, efficient and accurate receiving, dispatching and processing of calls and messages to and from police vehicles and on-duty personnel. Calls may include routine police reports, requests for information and requests for emergency action by the Police Department, Fire Department, EMS, Animal Control and the Public Works Department. Coordinates and assists other agencies which may be in need of the Department’s assistance. Performs clerical duties as assigned. Possess the ability to handle multiple activities simultaneously. Bi-lingual a plus to communicate with Spanish speaking customers

Public Works Laborer Pay Scale: $7.65ph -$8.50ph DOE Hours: Full Time, 40 hours per week Opening Date: May 30, 2012 Closing Date: June 15. 2012 General Responsibilities: Performs a variety of manual labor and basic equipment operation tasks. Performs routine building and grounds repairs and maintenance; paints facilities, graffiti, makes minor maintenance repairs. Operates heavy equipment as required; including but not limited to backhoe, front end loader, bucket truck and tractor. Operates a variety of other minor equipment, such as, weed trimmer, chainsaw, chipper, blowers and hedge trimmer. Uses hand tools, such as, rakes, shovels, pitchforks, loppers and hand pruners. Installs and maintains turf, trees shrubs and other landscaping materials.

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Must have knowledge of principles and practices of building or ground repair and maintenance; minor equipment maintenance and repair methods. Must conform to safety standards and practices. Must be able to read and interpret maps, technical specifications and equipment manuals. Must be able to deal courteously with customers, tenants and public; must establish and maintain effective working relationships with fellow employees. Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License.

Full Job Description Duties, Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, and Education, Experience and Certifications are available at the Superior Town Hall Front Desk, 199 N. Lobb Ave., Superior, AZ 85173. Town Hall is open Monday -Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

Full Job Description Duties, Necessary Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, and Education, Experience and Certifications are available at the Superior Town Hall Front Desk, 199 N. Lobb Ave., Superior, AZ 85173. Town Hall is open Monday -Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.

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General Responsibilities: Perform cleaning, disinfecting and feeding duties at kennel housing a variety of animals such as dogs and cats. Performs minor maintenance work to grounds and building.

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