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Vol. 59 No. 36 • Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2013 • 50¢ Periodicals Postage Paid at San Manuel, Ariz. 85631

Miners host Thatcher in first home game

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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

Obituary

September 4, 2013

Marvin ‘Val’ Hudson July 3, 1931 - August 23, 2013

Marvin “Val” Hudson passed away Aug. 23, 2013 at his home in San Manuel, Arizona. He is survived by his loving wife of 58 years, Mary Lou, daughter, Sonya Justice (Dennis), son, Larry Hudson (Mary),

daughter, Janet Gutierrez (Victor), and two brothers, Carl (Velma) Hudson and Cloyce (Earla) Hudson. He leaves behind his grandchildren Kristina Gutierrez, Monica Hudson, Stefanie (Luis Estrada) Gutierrez, Brennan

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Justice, Gabriel (Anna) Hudson, Connor Justice, David Hudson, Miranda Gutierrez, and Jennifer Hudson. He leaves behind 4+ great-grandchildren, Emily, Kiana, Jocelyn, Juliana and the future, Kirra. Val was born July 3, 1931, the fourth of eight

children, in Electra, Texas. A product of the depression, he grew up all over north Texas wherever there was work to be found. In 1949, he enlisted in the U. S. Army and served stateside during the Korean War. He was discharged December 1952 and returned to his

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“hometown”, Electra, Texas. He met a pretty little redhead in 1953 and they wed on July 15, 1955, much to the dismay of her family and the great joy of their future children! After their first child was born, economic conditions led Val to seek better employment in the San Manuel mine in 1957. His second and third children were born in San Manuel. His first job with Magma was the plant site bucking room in the lab. He transferred to the mine as a pipefitter. He advanced to the mechanical department and eventually became one of the hoist mechanics achieving the level of journeyman machinist. He retired from Magma in 1991. In the years since retirement, he managed the home, travelled with

his wife and relished his role as “Papa” to his nine grandchildren. Soreo Hospice nurse Rachel Womack will forever be remembered by Val’s family for helping to assure a peaceful transition. Dr. Rosenberg, Janet Bruce (APRN), and the nurses and staff of Arizona Oncology who guided Val along his journey will also be in their thoughts. On Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013 a memorial service will be held at the Community Presbyterian Church in San Manuel at 10 a.m., followed by a celebration of Val’s life at the San Manuel Elks Club. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to the building fund of the Community Presbyterian Church in San Manuel.

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. Aug. 23 Cesar Omar Guerrero, 36, Oracle, was arrested in the area of the Oracle Market on two warrants for failure to appear. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail in Florence. Timothy Gary Welch, 48, Catalina, was arrested at the junction of Highways 77 and 79 on warrants

for failure to appear and interfering with judicial proceedings. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Theft was reported in the 300 block of W. Alden Rd., Kearny. PCSO was notified that the arms were down at the railroad crossing on Highway 77 and Los Molinas, Mammoth, with no train in sight. The call was turned over to Arizona Department of Public Safety. PCSO assisted Mammoth Police with a felony arrest. Theft was reported in the 300 block of E. American PSCO, Page 14


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Obituary

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Lydia Lopez

July 3, 1921 – August 20, 2013 Lydia Lopez, 92, a resident of Silver City, entered eternal rest Tues., Aug. 20, at Silver City Care Center. She was born July 3, 1921, in Santa Rita in Andres Walters and Margarita Quinonez. She is survived by one son, Edmund (Gloria) Lopez of Silver City; two daughters: Dolores McEuen of Silver City and Margaret (Rudy) Salaiz of San Manuel; daughter-inlaw, Alma Lopez of Silver City; 21 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; one great-great grandchild, and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; her loving husband, Tranquilino Lopez; one son, Andy

26, from 4 pm – 6 pm at Terrazas Funeral Chapels with the Vigil Service and Holy Rosary being recited by Deacon Bill Holguin, following at 6 pm. The Funeral Liturgy

Lydia Lopez Lopez; one daughter, Sylvia Hardin; three brothers: Ted, Albert and Edwardo Walters; and, three sisters: Tillie Munoz, Jenny and Margaret Ramos. Viewing was Mon., Aug.

was celebrated Tues., Aug. 27 at 10 am at our Lady of Fatima Church in Bayard with Father Paulus Kao officiating. Concluding the service, interment followed at Fort

Bayard National Cemetery. Pallbearers were Adrian, Isaac, Paul and Chris Lopez, Gabriel Aguilar and Jonathan Gantz. Honorary pallbearers were the rest of the grandchildren.

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Items for this report are submitted by the Mammoth Police Department and reflect information available at the time of the report. Aug. 22 A female caller advised that her gray 1999 Honda Accord has just been taken by a man with a gun. The female identified the man as Walter Tafoya and said he was heading south bound on Highway 77 to San Manuel. It was alleged that the suspect MPD, Page 14

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Julia Elise Pearson

April 22, 1922 - August 28, 2013 Julia Elise Pearson, born April 22, 1922, passed

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away Aug. 28, 2013 at the age of 91, in Tucson, Arizona. Julia was born in Red Mesa, Colorado. She came to Arizona in 1942 where she married her husband, Calvin Pearson, and they settled in Oracle. Julia was a homemaker who loved crafts, quilting and gardening. She was very dedicated to her faith. Julia was a loving wife, mother, sister, grandmother and aunt. Julia will join in Heaven her husband, Calvin J Pearson; sons, Jesse Pearson and Carl Pearson;

and daughter, Sharlene D. Hall. Julia is survived by her granddaughters, Cathryne E. Cruea and Lora M. Erickson; greatgranddaughter, Mackayla R. Hall; great-grandson, Ethan J. Erickson; brother, Samuel Isaac Hunt; sister, Cindy Hunt; numerous nieces nephews and great

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As we visit your resting place Upon this special day Once more we feel the sadness That will never go away. For, ever since you’ve gone, Life has never been the same Yet, it’s comforting to know That one day we’ll meet again. Until that day arrives, We’ll relive every memory Of the happy times we shared Together – our family. We miss you so very, very much Words never could convey The extent of the joy You brought us every day.

Dad, Missing you on your birthday and every day. Love to you always, Dora, Joanne, Bill, Gabriel & Marisa

nieces and nephews. Julia will be dearly missed by all of her family and friends who knew and

loved her. Funeral services were held on Saturday, Aug. 31, 2013 at the Church of

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Thank you, Unions, for Labor Day By John Hernandez San Manuel Miner Monday was Labor Day. The only government holiday that celebrates the accomplishments of the common man and woman, the American worker. Labor Day was first celebrated as a national holiday on June 28, 1894. It was the result of congress trying to regain the support of American workers after federal troops had been called in to end a strike that resulted in 30 American workers being killed and 57 wounded. This strike was known as the Pullman Strike. In the 1890s the labor movement had become increasingly influential in national politics. It was not easy and many workers had struggled and even sacrificed their lives for the labor movement. That struggle and sacrifice would continue even through today. One of the most notable strikes involving the deaths of union workers and their families occurred in the coal fields of Ludlow, Colo. in 1914. In that strike the United Mine Workers of America protested dangerous working conditions and the rate of pay which was tied into the amount of material mined rather than the work involved. The mining companies

immediately removed the strikers and their families from company housing. The union then set up tent camps for the strikers and families. The National Guard was called in to keep the peace during the strike. The mining companies were allowed to form their own militia. The company guards started a firefight that would result in the deaths of 21 people including two innocent women and 11 children. Three of the dead were militia men. This became known as the Ludlow Massacre. It would lead to what is known as the Colorado Coalfield War considered the ‘deadliest strike in United States history’. The miners retaliated for the massacre after arming themselves. They attacked 10 mines in the area. Between 69 and 199 people died in the gun battles that followed. The strike would eventually end after the union depleted all their funds. The miners did not win anything but many of them would continue to work for worker’s rights. In the 1930s the unions made steady progress thanks to President Roosevelt’s New Deal policies. Many of their gains were lost after World War II and the passing of the Taft-Hartley Act in 1947 which contained

numerous measures to weaken unions. In 1954 union membership peaked at 35 percent of the work force. Today it is around 12 percent. Union membership in the private sector continues to decrease. Many corporations and conservative politicians typically Republicans have sought to demonize unions and weaken their political influence since the majority of union members tend to vote Democrat. Since 1967 as union numbers dwindled so too has middle class earnings. Before you consider that unions have out lived their purpose as conservative pundits would want the people to believe, remember the struggles of the working man and woman and what the unions have helped to bring to the American worker. A short list follows: Weekends, breaks at work including lunch breaks, paid vacation, sick leave, 8-hour work day and a 40hour week. Other benefits include: Overtime pay. worker’s compensation, unemployment insurance, pensions, work place safety and health regulations, Sexual Harassment Laws and American Disabilities Act, Social Security, minimum wage, military leave, and Civil Rights Act/Title VII (Prohibits Employer Discrimination).


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Time for a new start for San Pedro Valley Baptist Church with Pastor Anthony DaCunha by Nina Crowder San Manuel Miner During difficult economic times everyone seems to be hit by financial struggles. Anthony DaCunha and his family are no exception. Pastor DaCunha was living in the Houston, Texas area looking for a stable job for approximately two years. Pastor DaCunha knows of a religious singer that was in Dudleyville for a mission conference. When these people heard that Pastor DaCunha was looking for work, several people at different times informed the Head Deacon at the Dudleyville church that Pastor DaCunha would be perfect. It was amazing to hear that they were referred by different people, all for the same position. Pastor DaCunha has been in the missionary field for around 18 years and has a great deal of experience as well as a wonderful amount of passion for what he does. Pastor DaCunha and Gloria interviewed with

the San Pedro Valley Baptist Church around Easter this year. Pastor DaCunha said, “It felt like it was home, as if we belonged here.” Pastor DaCunha and his wife had to return to Texas to get things in order and everything packed. Both Pastor DaCunha and his wife felt like the new church and job were there new home. They were filled with love, passion and excitement. The Baptist churches are always involved in missionary work some of the missionary work is done in France, Southern California, Ukraine, Cambodia, Portugal and many other areas in the world. Pastor DaCunha has extensive work in Portugal, especially as his father is Portuguese. The church promotes and supports the missionary field. The churches role in the missionary field is to help emotionally, spiritually, personally, and when family needs are in order. The church is supportive and does everything it can to help. Pastor DaCunha and

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his wife Gloria have four children, three sons ages 26, 24, 22 and one daughter Joy who is 14. There 24-year-old son is married and just had a child in July, so now they have three boys, one daughter and one granddaughter. They have lived in California for a great period of their lives. They are truly looking forward to the experience of living and working here in Dudleyville for the San Pedro Valley Baptist Church. Pastor DaCunha and his wife Gloria were a pleasure to spend time with. There is love all around them and happiness seemed to fill the room as we talked. Whether you are looking for a change, a new experience in a church setting, new and exciting people to share stories with, or people who care a great deal about you, come see Pastor DaCunha

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OWN visits new RV campsite, tours 3C Ranch By John Hernandez San Manuel Miner On Monday, Aug. 12, the Oracle Women’s Network (O.W.N.) paid a visit to the historical 3-C Ranch and the new RV and horse camp site on the back road to Mt. Lemmon. The event, which included a guided tour of both places and a lunch provided by the Oracle Market, was organized by O.W.N. to familiarize members about the area and businesses that are available around Oracle so they can be promoted. O.W.N. is an organization made up of local business women that have taken it upon themselves to promote Oracle and local businesses in the surrounding areas. They currently operate the Oracle Visitors Center. A tour of both the 3-C and HCR-AZ at the 3-C Ranch camp was provided by Brandon Luthy, owner of the Dry River Trading Company. Brandon showed everyone the rentals available at the 3-C Ranch such as the Nixon House, a cottage

containing two suites where President Richard Nixon once stayed. The 3-C Ranch is also a great venue for weddings, reunions and other events. The HCR-AZ is a new

horse camp located right next to the 3-C Ranch on Mt. Lemmon Road. Hay Creek Ranch Arizona has 12 full service RV spaces that are 40 by 120 pullthru sites with hookups

for electricity, water and sewer. There are also areas available for dry camping. The horse camp also has three tack rooms, 26 horse stalls with half of them covered, a 12x24 covered

corral, hay feeders, water tanks and an arena. A club house is nearly completed that has a kitchen, fireplace, and two full bathrooms with showers. There are many horse

trails in the area including the Arizona Trail. Oracle Women’s Network plans on having another tour to the area which will be open to the public sometime in the near future.


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Mountain Vista Cougar sports begin season By Greg Reiser P.E. / Athletic Director Mountain Vista/ Oracle School District #2

Mt. Vista sports are off and running this year with the football and volleyball student athletes

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making some noise! The football team hosted the High Desert Tigers from Globe on Tuesday Aug. 27 in front of a sold out, packed, standing room only stadium! The numbers on the field told us we had a mountain to climb, with the Tigers having 35 players against our Cougars who were suiting up just 13 players. Thankfully the game is played with only 11 on each side of the gridiron and that leveled the playing field. On the Cougars opening drive they scored with ease in what seemed to be maybe just good luck. Then it was the Cougar defenses turn, and step it up they did, stopping the Tigers in their tracks. Good luck means it happens once in a while, well the Cougars showed it

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wasn’t luck, and instead it was something called hard work and skill! That was the way the game went with our players showing the heart and discipline of Cougar Pride and taking it to the visitors with a 28-8 victory. Go Cougars! The volleyball teams had their first game with rival San Manuel on Wednesday, Aug. 28 in Miner country. No home court feeling there, however when you have

thousands of Lady Cougars fans come down from Oracle and fill the rafters, home court advantage is gone! The seventh grade team played with young tenacity through three sets only to lose in the last set by two points, These student athletes showed their potential and we will look forward to many more good games. The eighth grade game gave the fans what they paid good money to see! Exciting,

exhilarating, elating, enlivening, ear deafening, good volleyball! Our team put together rally after rally to take the game into a third set in which determination, discipline and teamwork prevailed with our girls taking a 2-point victory of the challenging Miners. Good memories were had by all but it’s only just begun. Check out all the sports schedules on our school website!


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Miners shutout by high flying Eagles 0-34 By Frank Smith San Manuel Miner The San Manuel Miners varsity football team hosted their season opener against the high flying offense of the Thatcher Eagles, as the Miners came out in the hole with the Eagles posting the shutout win 34 – 0. The Miners did all they could do to keep the Eagles grounded but the size and the numbers Thatcher presented wore San Manuel down as the game continued. Thatcher is a highly touted team in their respective division with the anticipation of going deep into the playoffs this year and in the years to come as the Eagles only have three seniors on this year’s squad. In the first quarter, the Miners’ defense held the Eagles scoreless. The Miners’ offense had an opportunity to score late in the quarter on their second possession of the game as they marched the ball down to the Eagles 28 yard line but the Miners moved themselves out of scoring position back to their own 29 yard line after a high snap on a punt, where Thatcher would take advantage of the short field. In the second quarter, the Eagles lined up at the Miners’ 29 yard line and scored four plays later as quarterback Heath Motes connected with wide receiver Jeff Shumway on a 22 yard pass into the end zone with kicker Brad Ferrin splitting the uprights for a 7 – 0 lead with 11:31 on the clock in the second quarter. Thatcher would score again in the quarter,

when the Miners again could not get a good punt off giving the Eagles good field position at the 50 yard line. The Eagles marched the ball in eight plays later with quarterback Motes calling his own number and running the ball up the middle of the Miner defense for a 10 yard touchdown. Ferrin’s kick was good for a 14 – 0 lead with 2:46 left in the first half. The Eagles were not done scoring as they would put some more points on the scoreboard just before the half ended. The Miners lined up for another punt that was blocked and returned to the Miners 20 yard line where on the first play from the line of scrimmage, Motes would score on a 20 yard scamper into the end zone. The extra point kick by Ferrin was good for a 21 – 0 score with :19 left in the second quarter. The Miners would get the ball and take a knee – going into the half down 21-0. In the third quarter, the Eagles would take the second half opening drive in for a score eight plays later as Motes again would call his own number – punching it in from the one yard line for the touchdown. The kick by Ferrin was no good for a 27 – 0 score with 6:54 showing on the clock. The Eagles drove 64 yards in eight plays taking 5:10 on the drive. Thatcher would score one last time – late in the fourth quarter as the Miners’ offense could not sustain a drive and were forced to punt. The Eagles took possession at the Miners’ 29 yard

line, with running back Grayson Bryce capping off the drive six plays later on a two yard dive into the end zone for the touchdown. The PAT kick by Ferrin was good for a 34 – 0 lead with 4:09 on the clock. San Manuel kept possession the rest of the fourth quarter to end the game with the loss. Offensively: On the ground; Shane Kelly carried the ball eight times for 18 yards and Ben Quijada had seven carries for nine yards. In the air; Bryan Valdez threw 13 passes and completed six for 77 yards with two interceptions. Receiving: Alvaro Alvarez caught one pass for 30 yards, Shane Kelly caught three passes for 24 yards, and Richard Romo caught two passes for 23 yards. Defensively: Shane Kelly had 11 tackles, one quarterback sack, two tackles for loss, Anthony Garcia had six tackles and one quarter back sack, Jonathan Croci had four tackles and one tackle for loss, and Armando Lopez had four tackles. Head Coach Steve Elmore said, “I am proud of the guys for never giving up, they played till the very end and gave it their all.  We made a lot of little mistakes and against a good team like Thatcher, those mistakes will hurt you and they did this game.  We need to rebound and come out ready to play against a tough Benson team on Friday night.”   The Miners will host the Benson Bobcats this Friday night at Littau Field with kick off slated for 6 p.m.

Armando Lopez #2 holds on as the rest of the Miners crew helps out. (Frank Smith photo)

Anthony Garcia #55 gets low to bring down the flying high Eagles running back. (Frank Smith photo)


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Friday, Sept. 6, Home at 6 p.m. SMHS Varsity Football Schedule & Record (Bold Face Denotes Home Games)

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Quail hunting Lions asking for help San Manuel — The San Manuel-Oracle Lions are getting ready for their 51st annual Quail Hunter’s Breakfast from Friday, Oct. 4 to Sunday, Oct. 6. The event will include a drawing at noon on the last day. This year the breakfast will be dedicated to the memory of Lions who have passed away. Tickets will be going on sale, soon. In the meantime, the Lions Club is seeking help to hold the event. The event will raise money for their charity funds, such as purchasing

glasses for individuals in need. Pancake mix, ham, eggs, plates, setups and more are needed to make this event happen. Help the Lions Club help you. “We are having trouble getting what we need to put the event on. We need tables, chairs and a tent, among other things,” said Lion Donald Wright. “We need volunteers to help with the breakfast. Our members are getting old, so we can’t perform the way we used to.” In addition, the Lions Club, which has done

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so much for the TriCommunity area, is suffering from the same woes that we all go through in a bad economy. It is losing members, as more people find themselves having to resign, unable to pay their dues. If you would like to donate, contact Lion Don Wright at 520-3854685, or President Emilio Soto at 520-483-6058. Donations can be sent to the San Manuel-Oracle Lions at 419 S. Tierra Verde Pl. San Manuel, AZ 85631.

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is set for September 28th, beginning with a 4 p.m. Mass with Bishop Kicanas, followed by dinner at the Hayden Golf Course. There will be free food, drinks, entertainment & fun for the kids.

Students of the Month for August at Oracle’s Mountain Vista School and Oracle Ridge School have been named. Pictured from left are: (back) Angel Jennings (Grade 8), BaiLee Hill (6), Trevor Lata (8), Maria Echeverria (6); (middle) Allison Soulé (6), Isaiah Gamez (3), Angel Barriga (7), Tabitha Kellam (5) Keira Boulware (2); (front) Jesus Burruel (5), Annalupe Rodriguez (6), Isabella Robinson, Elena Hendrix (3), Angelita Mendibles (4), Nora Huckaby (2) Natalie Pinedo (4). Not pictured are: Mylee Hendrix (k), Sabina Rangel (7), Christine Ram (3), Isabella Robibson (1), and Robert Clauder (1). (Submitted photo)

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First family evicted from garden estate

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The Living Word Chapel’s 2013 Golf Tournament was once again a success. The golfers enjoyed a nice day on the SaddleBrooke Ranch golf course, a fine meal following the tournament and there were lots of prizes at the awards ceremony. Most importantly the tournament raised money that will go to helping Living Word Chapel’s youth programs that serve the community. This year’s winning team was Steve Taylor, Bekki Decker, Paul Taylor and Steven Taylor with a score of 54. (John Hernandez photo)

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asked her why she didn’t eat any of the fruit; he could see that she wanted to. Eve says she told him that if she were to eat of the fruit that she would die, whatever that meant as she had never seen anything die in her short life. The serpent, she stated, told her she would not die and that God had just lied to her to keep her subservient. She said she wasn’t sure what subservient was but it didn’t sound good. She said that the serpent reached out and touched the bark of the tree and said, “See I didn’t die.” He then plucked a fruit from the tree and gave it to her. After tasting it she realized that it did taste good and she then gave some to her husband, Adam, who was near by. Seeing that she didn’t die, he also took a bite. Adam said it was then that they both realized that Eden, Page 16

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By Tony Collins Special to the Miner Adam and Eve, the first couple to live in the subdivision East of Eden, were evicted by their landlord, the great I AM, last month for violating the only rule they had to follow to remain in their utopian garden home. They had resided there since the sixth day of the world. Their garden home was located just East of Eden, and was surrounded by four major rivers, the Pishon, the Euphrates, the Gihon and the Hiddekel. When this reporter asked what happened, Adam, made famous for naming all the animals, was quick to point out that the eviction was not his fault but caused by his wife Eve. He stated that God had told him that they could eat of all the vegetation in the garden except the fruit of the Tree of Good and Evil. He further stated that he told his wife about the restriction, but she continued to pass by the tree daily. Adam, a farmer by trade, admitted that the fruit looked good to eat and wasn’t sure why they couldn’t eat it but maintained his distance anyway. When Eve was asked why she ate of the fruit, she blamed a serpent. She stated that while passing by the tree a serpent was standing near the tree and called to her. She began talking to him though her woman’s intuition told her not to. He

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PCSO Continued from Page 2 Ave., Oracle. An accident without injuries was reported in the area of E. Webb Rd. and S. Mt. Lemmon Rd., Oracle. Aug. 24 Juan Gabriel Covarrubias, 31, Dudleyville, was arrested in the 4600 block of Jumping Cactus, Dudleyville, and was charged with threatening/ intimidation. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail.

Assault was reported in the area of N. Calle Manzanita, Oracle. Criminal damage was reported in the area of S. Old Arena Dr. and E. Verde Vista Ct., Eagle Crest. Graffiti was painted on a block wall. Aug. 25 Daniel James Caruthers, 25, Tucson, was arrested at milepost 105 on Highway 77, Oracle, on a warrant for violation of promise to appear. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Aug. 26

Megan Candice Ansell, 28, Dudleyville, was arrested in the area of Valentine Rd., Dudleyville, and was charged with theft. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Criminal damage was reported in the 400 block of S. McNab Parkway, San Manuel. A brick wall was spray painted. Aug. 27 Theft of jewelry was reported in the 65000 block of E. Rose Crest Dr., SaddleBrooke. Theft of Nikon binoculars

was reported in the 100 block of W. Fifth Pl., San Manuel. The binoculars, valued at $500, were taken from a vehicle. Criminal damage was reported in the 100 block of S. McNab Parkway, San Manuel. A concerned neighbor reported finding a window broken while attempting to let the homeowner know that their dog was running loose. Criminal damage was reported in the 900 block of W. Third Ave., San Manuel. Criminal damage and

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Assembly of God 1145 Robles Rd., ORACLE 520-896-2408

Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:30 a.m. Evening Service 6 p.m.

Wednesday night services postponed through the summer months.

Oracle Union Church American Ave., Oracle • 896-2544 Near Mt. Lemmon Turnoff “A community church for a world community.”

Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Pastor: Dr. Ed Nelson

Pastor Nathan Hogan

Mammoth Assembly of God

First Baptist Church

201 E. Kino & Catalina/POB 692 We offer Help, Healing & Hope Sunday School.......9:45 a.m. Worship Service........11 a.m. Sunday.........................6 p.m. Wednesday..................6:30 p.m. (Adult and Children’s Services) Interim Pastor Donald Montes 487-2219

Sunday: School 9:30 a.m. Fellowship 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a.m. Free food distribution 2nd Tuesday, 1 p.m.

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Living Word Chapel 3941 W. Hwy. 77, Oracle 896-2771 • 896-9020

Saturday Youth Service: 6 p.m.

(except 5th Saturday of the month)

Sunday: First Service 9 a.m. Fellowship Time 10:30-11 a.m. Second Service 11 a.m. Children & Youth classes available for both services

Pastor James Ruiz

First Southern Baptist Church

Short & Jones Street, Mammoth Pastor Frank Ogden • 487-2488

Sunday: Sunday School Worship Evening Service Wednesday:

9:45 a.m. 11 a.m. 6 p.m. 6 p.m.

“Where the Gospel is preached.”

American Way, Oracle 520-808-3171 Pastor Ray Lott

Full Gospel Church of God

301 E. Webb Dr., San Manuel 520-385-1250 or 520-385-5017 Pastors Michael & Bea Lucero Sr.

Sunday: School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 a.m. No Evening Service Wednesday 6 p.m.

Teen Group 3rd Friday of every month 6 p.m.

First Baptist Church 103 W. Galiuro, Mammoth Pastor Joe Ventimiglia 520-405-0510

Sunday: Morning Worship 11:15 a.m. “The Church On The Hill”

Oracle Church of Christ

2425 El Paseo 896-2452 896-2067 Sunday Bible Study • 10 am Worship • 11 am

Community Presbyterian Church

McNab & First Ave., San Manuel 385-2341 Sunday: Adult Bible Study 9:45 a.m. Morning Service 11 a.m. Children’s Church (3rd Sunday) 11 a.m.

Psalm 1:2 The Potter’s House Pastor Ronnie Lujan 212 Main Street, Mammoth 520-896-2438

Sunday: Sunday School 10 - 10:45 a.m Morning Service 11 a.m. Evening Service 6:30 p.m. Wednesday: Mid-Week Service 7 p.m.

Oracle Seventh-Day Adventist Church 2150 Hwy. 77, Oracle

Saturday: Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. 4th Sunday of the month: Joyful Music Worship Service 11 a.m. Celebration 4 p.m. with potluck to follow. Pastor John Roybal Pastor: Rev. Jeff Dixon

First Baptist Church 1st & Nichols, San Manuel, 385-4655

Iglesia de Dios “Pan DeVida”

113 N. Main Street, Mammoth Sunday: Bible Study 9:45 a.m. El lugar donde encontraras el agua Worship 11 a.m. viva que saciara la sed de tu alma. 10 a.m. Discipleship 5 p.m. Domingo: Worship 6 p.m. Miercoles: 7 p.m. Wednesday: Viernes (oracion): 7 p.m. Prayer Meeting 6 p.m. Pastor Sergio Hernandez Kevin Duncan, Pastor 520-265-2192

To be included in the weekly church listing, call the San Manuel Miner 385-2266 or email miner@minersunbasin.com.

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disorderly conduct were reported in the 1000 block of W. Third Ave., San Manuel. Aug. 28 An accident without injuries was reported in the 63000 block of E. Terence Dr., Kearny. Assault was reported in the 86000 block of E. Blue Bonnet St., Mammoth. A runaway juvenile was reported in the 400 block of W. Kirk Dr., Queen Valley. Burglary was reported in the 24000 block of S. Highway 79, SaddleBrooke. Old office equipment was taken. Burglary was reported in the 63000 block of E. Condalia Pl., SaddleBrooke. A quad was reported stolen in the 100 block of E. Avenue H, San Manuel. Burglary was reported in the 200 block of S. Avenue

A, San Manuel. Aug. 29 Steven Michael Saiz, 25, Oracle, was arrested in the area of Highways 77 and 79, Oracle Junction, on a warrant for interfering with judicial proceedings. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. Gia Nicole Lagunas, 35, San Manuel, was arrested in the area of Highway 177, Kearny, on a child support warrant. She was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail. A vehicle reported stolen was recovered in the 78000 block of E. Riverview Dr., Dudleyville. Two dealer license plates were reported missing at Oracle Ford. A juvenile arrest was made in the 600 block of N. Estill Dr., Oracle. The juvenile was yelling and causing a disturbance.

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present at the home in case an unwanted female is there. Officer responded. They were unable to unlock the door. A locksmith was called. The local constable was present. They were able to gain entry to the house. The unwanted female party was not in the home. A fire was reported in the area of the old Mammoth Theater. The area was checked. There was no fire. Harry L. Clark, age 29 was arrested for Interfering with Judicial Proceedings. He was being held in the Pinal County Jail on $2,500 secured bond. Aug. 24 Reporting party reported that he was hearing a lot of noise in his backyard. When officer responded, he said that someone had shot him with a pellet gun from across the street. Reporting party requested that officer drive around to see if they see anyone. Deputy Valdez of the Pinal County Sheriff’s Office requested assistance from the Mammoth Fire Department to MPD, Page 16

Tafoya had been on meth for about 10 days straight. Tafoya had called the female about 10 times from San Manuel and the female went to pick him up at Ave. A and 6th Street. Walter held her at gunpoint and drove around for thirty minutes, threatening to kill her and himself. They drove to the Circle K in Mammoth where the female got out of the car and hid in the bathroom inside the Circle K to call Mammoth Police. DPS was notified and they notified Pinal County Sheriff’s Department. The female was driven to the Pinal County Sheriff’s sub station in San Manuel to speak to deputies on the scene. Reporting party on Riverside Drive called to say there was a bad odor coming from behind his house. Aug. 23 Reporting party came to the station to drop off keys to a home on 4th Street. She asked for an officer to be


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VENDOR INFO FOR COPPER TOWN DAYS The 5th Annual Copper Town Days celebration, scheduled for Sat., Oct. 5, from noon – 7 pm, is open to all vendors. Participating can be part-time or all day long. Cost for space fee is $40, plus a $25 fee for food vendors. This pays for the 10 x 10 space, only. To reserve your space call 520-909-3189 or 520-385-4048; or, send an email to marie85631@yahoo.com. BENEFIT GOLF TOURNAMENT The Gators softball team will be hosting a four-person scramble golf tournament at the Saddlebrooke Ranch Golf Course. Fee is $65, $55 for early registration, including green fees, lunch and raffle tickets. For more information or to register check online at www.biggesttournament.com , call Dan Marquez at 520425-1371 or Derek Knowles at 520-631-5935 or email gatorsoftball25@gmail.com.

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ORACLE UNION CHURCH The Oracle Union Church will host two free concerts featuring musicians from the U. of A. School of Music. On Sun., Sept. 8 the Arizona Jazz Quartet will perform selections.. On Sun., Sept. 29 the church will host a cello and piano concert featuring Dr. Theodore Buchholz on the cello and Elena Miraztchiyska as the pianist. Both concerts begin at 2 pm, and refreshments will follow. A donation of nonperishable goods for the TriCity Food Bank is requested. For more information, call 896-2544 or 896-3405.

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WELL-ARMED WOMAN MEETING The Well-Armed Woman Copper Basin Shooting Chapter's meeting will be on Sept. 8 at 1 p.m. at the Copper Valley Christian Center, 305 Croyden, Kearny. It is open to all women over 21 years of age. For more information, please contact Marti Stonecipher at 520-400-8914. ORACLE LIBRARY Oracle Public Library is holding board member elections September 9-20. Library card holders over 18 are eligible to vote. Please come to the library to mark your ballot.

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VALERIE FRIAS SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT The Valerie Frias Memorial Softball Tournament will be held Sat., Sept. 21, at Heritage Park in Florence, This is a men’s softball tournament, first game starts at 8am and is double elimination. There will be a maximum of 16 teams, registration is $200 per team, and deadline to register, with entry fee, is September 14. Contact Brian Campos at 480-208-0594 or Robert Frias Jr. at 520-208-1346 to register with entry fee. Concession food, snacks and drinks will also be sold, along with raffles for numerous items. Please come out and join us all in memory of our sweet little angel Valerie Frias!

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50TH ANNUAL QUAIL HUNTER’S BREAKFAST The Lions Club will be holding their 50th Annual Quail Hunter’s Breakfast in Oracle on Oct. 5, 6 and 7 from 4 am – noon. Tickets can be purchased for $5 for regular breakfast or $4 for menudo by calling Mollie Hatmaker at 520-385-4685 or Don Wright at 520-385-4685.

uesday (Every Tuesday), 12:30-4 p.m. Bridge is played at the Oracle Community Center. Call Ethel Amator at 896-2197 or Mary McClure at 896-2604 for more information. uesday (1st Tuesday of the Month), 10 a.m., COPPER TOWN ASSOCIATION The Copper Town Association meets the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Sun Life Family Health Center Conference Room, San Manuel. AN MANUEL ROTARY MEETING The San Manuel Rotary meets on Wednesday mornings from 7-8 a.m. at 28480 S Veterans Memorial Blvd. at Your Broker Connection real estate office. The first Tuesday of every month, the Rotary meets from 5:30-6:30 p.m. for a social hour and does not have the regular meeting on Wednesday that week.

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FOOD, FUN AND ENTERTAINMENT! You are invited to the Taste of Oracle on Sat. Oct. 12 from 1 pm – 5 pm at the Village Square, 1995 W. American Ave. in Oracle. Admission is free, but, come prepared to shop local businesses, artists, farmers and entrepreneurs, while enjoying local musicians, fun activities for the kids, take part in the silent auction, win raffle baskets and taste great food from local restaurants and characters. Learn information about the area you may have not known, from the Visitors Center. This event is brought to you by the Oracle Women’s Network. For more info or an application to participate call Nancy at 520-820-1667 or Sue at 520-896-9200. CHUCK WAGON ROUNDUP AUCTION Come to the Family First Pregnancy Care Center's Chuck Wagon Roundup Live & Silent Auction at the Summer Institute of Linguistics, 16131 N. Vernon Way in Tucson, starting at 6 pm. There will be a BBQ meal provided by Bubb's Grubb, dessert and coffee, as well as both a live and silent auction. Tickets are $10 per person. Call 520-896-9545 or visit online at www.familyfirstpcc.org

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ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays The Community Schools Gym, located in the basement of San Manuel High School Auditorium, is open from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is free.

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ondays, Wednesdays and Fridays The Community Schools Gym, located in the basement of San Manuel High School Auditorium, is open from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Admission is free. he Mammoth/Winkelman Early Head Start is accepting applications for children 0-3 years for the 2013-2014 school year. Children must be three before Aug. 31 and need to bring in proof of birth, guardianship, income and immunizations. Children with disabilities accepted. Call 520-4872843 for more information. UDLEYVILLE BURN BAN Effective May 1 – Sept. 30, a burn ban will be in effect for the Dudleyville Volunteer Fire District, which includes areas of Dudleyville, Indian Hills and Aravaipa.

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ednesdays (Every Wednesday), 6:00 PM, NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS 12-STEP MEETINGS Every Thursday at Sun Life in San Manuel. Rear entrance, south facing door. Open meeting. For more information, call San Pedro Valley BH at 520-896-9240. ednesday (1st Wednesday of the Month), 3:00 PM, TRIAD & AMBASSADOR PROGRAM MEETINGS The Oracle Fire Department hosts TRIAD and AMBASSADOR program meetings the first Wednesday of each month. For more information call Karen Lombardi at 896-9470. ednesday (1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month) ALZHEIMERS EDUCATIONAL MEETING. Meeting will be held at St. Helen’s Church, 10-11:30 AM. For more information, contact Kay Ham 385-2835.

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they were naked and promptly hid in the bushes. Adam relates that later in the evening, as God walked through the garden, as was his usual custom, and not seeing Adam He called for him. Adam said he told God that since they were naked, he and Eve had hidden. God asked him how he knew he was naked, and that was when the conversation began to go from bad to worse. Both Eve and Adam agree that had they been honest and open with God and asked his forgiveness instead of playing the blame game that perhaps they could have stayed. However, Adam said he blamed God for giving him Eve, even going so far as to say, “This woman YOU gave me.” Then when God asked Eve about the fruit, she blamed the serpent saying that he had beguiled her. The serpent didn’t have anyone to blame so he just shrugged his shoulders for the last time. God told Adam that his days of easy farming were over and that the ground would be hard to get food out of. For Eve he told her she would have pain in childbirth, which she did not

MPD Continued from Page 14 assist them with a dead body found this morning on River Road. MFD responded and assisted. Aug. 25 Reporting party requested an officer to speak to his girlfriend’s son who is also a tenant at the home of the reporting party. Tenant was asked to leave the home. Officer reported he had found a window on the door of a residence on 4th Street broken and the door unlocked. Officer searched the premises with negative findings. Other calls not reported included Traffic Assists – 1, Request for fingerprints – 2, Animal Calls – 2, 911 Hangups – 2, and Medical Assists – 5.

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Scoping Meetings Proposed Tailings Storage Facility Ray Mine – Pinal County, Arizona The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District (“Corps”) is hosting two public open house scoping meetings regarding a proposed tailings storage facility that Asarco LLC (“Asarco”) is proposing for the Ray Mine in Pinal County. These meetings will be held on Tuesday evening, September 24, 2013 at the Ray Elementary School cafeteria from 6:00 to 9:00 PM and on Wednesday evening and on September 25, 2013 in the Performing Arts Center at the Apache Junction High School in Apache Junction, Arizona from 6:00 to 9:00 PM. The Corps will provide a presentation each evening starting at 7:00 PM. To comply with Corps’ regulations associated with Section 404 of the Clean Water Act, Asarco has submitted an application to the Corps for the proposed tailings storage facility. Because the proposed tailings storage facility will directly impact waters of the U.S., the Corps has decided to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The Corps is seeking public comment on Asarco’s plans to construct and operate the proposed tailings storage facility that would impact Ripsey Wash and other ephemeral drainages that are tributary to the Gila River. Asarco has stated that this facility is required to support continued long-term copper mining activities at the Ray Mine. Tailings from the Ray Mine concentrator would be transported via a new tailings pipeline that would cross the Gila River near the current Florence-Kelvin highway bridge. Water would be recycled back to the Ray Mine concentrator from the proposed tailings storage facility. The proposed facility is designed to store approximately 750 million tons of tailings and would have a facility footprint of approximately 2,129 acres once completed. The two public open house meetings will allow interested parties to learn more about Asarco’s plans, the Corps’ regulatory obligations under its 404 permit process, and the plans and schedule for completion of an EIS for the proposed project. The Corps is soliciting public comment on the issues and concerns that should be examined in the forthcoming EIS and requests that any comments on that proposal be submitted in writing to Michael Langley, Senior Project Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Los Angeles District – Arizona Regulatory Branch, 3636 North Central Avenue, Suite 900, Phoenix, Arizona 850121939 or via email at michael.w.langley@ usace.army.mil. The Corps requests that commenters include their full name, physical address and the project title “Ray Mine Tailings Storage Facility Project” with any comments. The official EIS scoping period closes on Monday, October 28, 2013. Comments should be postmarked or emailed by the close of that date. Michael Langley, the Corps’ project manager, is available to answer questions about the proposed project and the EIS scoping process, including these two public open house scoping meetings, at telephone number 602-2306953. Information for the proposed tailings storage facility is available on the Corps’ website at http://www.spl.usace.army.mil/ Missions/Regulatory/ProjectsPrograms. aspx or contact Michael Langley at the Corps at the aforementioned address and telephone number. MINER, CBN, SUN Legal 9/4/13, 9/11/13, 9/18/13

September 4, 2013 Public Notice

Public Notice

NOTICE (For Publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: KB ENTERPRISES INVESTMENTS, LLC# L-1866641-4 II. The address of the registered office is 639 North 8th Place Coolidge AZ 85128: III. The name and address of the Statutory Agent is Kenneth N Bolan 764 W Kenworthy Coolidge AZ 85128 IV. [A] Management of the limited liability company is vested in the manager or managers. The names and address each manager and each member with a 20% or more interest is. Kenneth N Bolan PO Box 1645 Coolidge AZ 85128 manager, Bottle Stop, Inc PO Box 1645 Coolidge AZ 85128 member MINER Legal 9/4/13, 9/11/13, 9/18/13

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INVITATION FOR BIDS BID CALL NO. 13-01 Sealed bids will be received by Town of Hayden, Town Hall, 520 North Velasco Street, Hayden, AZ 85135, until 11:00 A.M. M.S.T., September 19, 2013 for the TOWN HALL AND SENIOR CENTER ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT, TOWN OF HAYDEN, ARIZONA, BID NO. 13-01 in strict accordance with the rules and regulations of the Town of Hayden on file in the office of the Town Clerk, Hayden, Arizona. No bids will be accepted after 11:00 AM/MST. The Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud at 11:00 AM at the location and date listed above. All Bids shall be made on the Invitation for Bids forms included in the Contract Documents and shall include all applicable taxes. There is a Pre-Bid Conference and Site Tour scheduled for Thursday, September 12, 2013 at 10:00 A.M. MST in the town of Hayden council chambers located at 520 North Velasco Street, Hayden, AZ 85135. Attendance during the PreBid Conference and Site Tour is highly recommended but is not mandatory. Plans, Specifications and Contract documents are available and may be obtained from the office of the Town of Hayden, 520 North Velasco Street, Hayden, AZ. Each Bid submitted, either by hand, United States Postal Service, or other carrier, shall be sealed and plainly marked “TOWN HALL ROOF REPLACEMENT PROJECT, TOWN OF HAYDEN, ARIZONA BID CALL NO. 13-01”. All Bids shall be mailed or delivered to the Town of Hayden, 520 North Velasco Street (or PO Box B), Hayden, Arizona 85135. The Town of Hayden and Town Council of the Town of Hayden will not be responsible for those bids submitted that are not marked appropriately and/or sent to the wrong address. The clock in the Town Council Chambers of the Town Hall Building is the official time clock. Contractors are invited to be present at the opening of bids but absence will not be considered cause for disqualification. Contractors shall be responsible for any licenses or permits required by the regulatory agency of the State of Arizona that apply to the performance of this contract. After the Contractor who is determined to be most Advantageous to the town has been selected through the source selection process, negotiations may be conducted for the purpose of developing a recommended Contract for Award. The Town of Hayden Town Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids, or to accept any bids, or to waive any informality in any bid, or to withhold the award if deemed in the best interest of Town of Hayden. Dates advertised in Copper Basin News: September 4, 2013 and September 11, 2013 Signed: Bill Leister, Town Manager MINER, CBN Legal 9/4/13, 9/11/13

NOTICE (for publication) ARTICLES OF ORGANIZATION HAVE BEEN FILED IN THE OFFICE OF THE ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION FOR I. Name: Schmidt CRA Services, LLC L-1863307-3 II. The address of the known place of business is: 61852 E Sandlewood Rd Tucson, AZ 85739 III. The name and street address of the Statutory Agent is: Andrea J Schmidt 61852 E Sandlewood Rd Tucson, AZ 85739 Management of the limited liability company is reserved to the members. The name and addresses of each person who is a member are: Andrea J Schmidt 61852 E Sandlewood Rd, Tucson AZ 85739 member Stephen L Schmidt 61852 E Sandlewood Rd Tucson, AZ 85739 member MINER Legal 8/21/13, 8/28/13, 9/4/13

Public Notice

James R. Beaman, Attorney 1670 North Country Club Road Tucson, Arizona 85716 Tele: (520) 327-9456 Computer No. 3264 Attorney for the Estate james.r.beaman-attorney@att. net IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL In the Matter of the Estate of ANDRES D RIOS, DOB: 11/10/1930 Deceased. ) NO. PB201000155 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Dorothy Montes, aka Dorothy A. Johnson, 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 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, in care of JAMES R. BEAMAN, 1670 North Country Club Road, Tucson, Arizona 85716 DATED 7-29-, 2013. /s/ Dorothy Montes Aka Dorothy A Johnson Personal Representative MINER Legal 8/21/13, 8/28/13, 9/4/13

Public Notice

File No. 5701-TS Notice Of Trustee’s Sale Recorded: 7/29/2013 The following legally described trust property will be sold pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated April 10, 2009, and recorded on April 13, 2009, in Fee Number 2009-036808, records of Pinal County, Arizona, at public auction to the highest bidder the main entrance to the Superior Court Building, 971 North Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Arizona, on October 31, 2013, at the hour of 11:30 o’clock in the morning of said day. The property to be sold is situated in Pinal County, Arizona, and is described as follows: Lot 1, Block 110, Casa Grande West, according to Book 12 of Maps, Page 41, records of Pinal County, Arizona. Property Address: 26992 West Paradise Palms Street Casa Grande, Arizona 85193 Tax Parcel Number: 503-52-3080 Original Principal Balance: $123,784.11 Original Trustor: Kevin Gay 26730 W. Peters Road Casa Grande, AZ 85222 Current Trustor: Estate of Kevin Gay Joan Gay 65 E. Lupine Place San Tan Valley, AZ 85143 Current Beneficiary: Vanderbilt Mortgage and Finance, Inc. 500 Alcoa Trail Maryville, TN 37804 Trustee: Jeffrey S. Katz, Attorney at Law a Member of the State Bar of Arizona 2823 E. Speedway Blvd., Suite 201 Tucson, AZ 85716 (520) 745-9200 Dated this 29th day of July, 2013. /s/ Jeffrey S. Katz, Attorney at Law Trustee/Successor Trustee, is qualified per A.R.S. Section 33-803 (A)2 as a member of The Arizona State Bar State of Arizona ) ) ss. County of Pima ) The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me this 29th day of July, 2013, by Jeffrey S. Katz, Attorney at Law, a Member of the State Bar of Arizona as Successor Trustee. /s/ S. Diederich Notary Public My commission expires: 5-30-2015 Publish: 9/4/13, 9/11/13, 9/18/13, 9/25/13

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Articles Of Dissolution 1. Entity Name: Cornerstone Community Church of Casa Grande. 2. A.C.C. File Number: 09986185. 3. Date Of Incorporation: 08/16/20014. Date On Which Dissolution Was Authorized: 06/11/2013 J.G. 5. Tax Clearance Certificate (Certificate of Compliance): 5.1 This dissolution Will require a Certificate of Compliance from the Arizona Department of Revenue because either the for-profit corporation has commenced business or issued shares, or the nonprofit corporation has commenced activities, has members, or has members entitled to vote on dissolution. 7. Nonprofit Corporations That Checked Number 5.1: The nonprofit corporation certifies under penalty of perjury by the signature appearing below that the dissolution was duly authorized by an act of the members or an act of the board of directors, and, if applicable, with the written approval of any other person required by the Articles of Incorporation. Signature: By checking the box marked “I accept” below, I acknowledge under penalty of perjury that this document together with any attachments is submitted in compliance with Arizona law. I Accept /s/ Printed Name James Lee Goldman Date 6-11-13 I am either a dulyauthorized Officer or the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the corporation. Publish: 8/21/13, 8/28/13, 9/4/13

Public Notice

Trustee Sale No: 070113 Notice Of Trustee's Sale Recorded: July 12, 2013 Loan Number: 313289 The following legally described trust property will be sold, pursuant to the power of sale under that certain Deed of Trust dated March 1, 2010, and recorded on March 8, 2010 in Instrument Number 2010-022086, Records of Pinal County, Arizona at public auction to the highest bidder at the main Entrance of the Pinal County Courthouse, 971 Jason Lopez Circle, Building A, Florence, Az on October 16, 2013 at 11:00AM of said day: Legal: Lot 5, 7 and 9 of Stanfield Place, according to the plat of record in the office of the County Recorder of Pinal County, Arizona, recorded in Book 6 of Maps, Page 24. The street address is purported to be: 37912, 37926 & 37944 W. Hwy 84 Stanfield, AZ 85272 Tax Parcel Number 503-12-011, 503-12-013 and 503-12-015 Original Principal Balance: $ 64,000.00 Name And Address Of Original Trustor Imelda Barajas, an unmarried woman 9501 W. Polk St. Tolleson, AZ 85353 Beneficiary Olson Land and Livestock P. O. Box 397 Stanfield, AZ 85172 P. O. Box 1 Stanfield, AZ 85172 Current Trustee Title Security Agency of Arizona 2730 E. Broadway Boulevard Suite 100 Tucson, AZ 85716 Telephone Number: 520-7471644 Conveyance of the property shall be without warranty, expressed or implied, and subject to all liens, claims or interest having a priority senior to the Deed of Trust. The Trustee shall not express an opinion as to the condition of title. Dated July 11, 2013 Title Security Agency of Arizona /s/ By: Joyce M. Rodda Assistant Secretary Manner Of Trustee Qualification, as required by A.R.S. Sec. 33-803, Subsection A(2) Licensed Escrow Agent Trustee's Regulators: Arizona Department of Financial Institutions/ Arizona Department of Insurance We are assisting the Beneficiary to collect a debt and any information we obtain will be used for that purpose. State Of Arizona } } ss. County Of Pima } On July 11, 2013, before me, the undersigned notary public, personally appeared Joyce M. Rodda, Assistant Secretary, Title Security Agency of Arizona personally known to me to be the person whose name is subscribed to the within instrument and acknowledged to me that he executed the same in his authorized capacity, and that by his signature on the instrument the person or the entity upon behalf of which the person acted, executed the instrument. Witness my hand and official seal. My commission expires July 26, 2014 /s/ Diane L. Sloane Notary Public Publish: 8/28/13, 9/4/13, 9/11/13, 9/18/13

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****** A Special Thank You to Pastor Wade and the Lighthouse Assembly of God Church On behalf of Edward Shelby’s Family: Dorinda & Kendra, Thank you for your many expressions of love and support in the recent illness and loss of our loved one. You have been a blessing and a comfort and we are eternally grateful.

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120 McNabSOLD 3 bdrm $39,900 304 Ave B 2 or 3 Bdrm $63,000 928 5th Ave 3 bdrm, 2 ba, almost SOLD everything is new $45,000 Land for sale 4 acres Goldbug pad, 4 person well share $79,900 111 Webb 3 bdrm home $39,900 Commercial Building for Sale $50,000 Watch for 221 Ave B coming up with price soon!

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560 E. PASEO ENCINO MLS#: 21318536 Unique home on 4 ac with fabulous views from every side. There are windows wrapped around this 1 bedroom, 2 bath home on four acres near Forest Service providing serenity and privacy. $195,000.

Oracle Listings - Homes

•Beautiful 100 year old oak trees surround this 2 bdrm, 3 ba block built home on .85 ac. $189,900. •Incredible remodel 3 bdrm, 3 ba home, everything in this home has been redone, upgraded and/or replaced. $154,900. •2 bedrm, 2 ba, quality strawbale constructed home on 3.25 ac of wood oak paradise. $315,000. •3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car garage, private hilltop, pride of ownership on almost 1/2 acre, Mtn views, shed/ workshop, move in ready in Oracle! $152,000.

•Very well maintained 1.25 with 2bd/2ba, rock ramada, workshop, new roof. $79,000. •Well maintained block home, fenced in backyard with nice trees, room addition can be used as family room/ sun room with a separate office/den. $98,000. •Well maintained home, very spacious open floor plan, great views, large deck, 2.5 ac. $134,900. •10 ac boardering state land, 2 bd / 2 ba home, huge 1,500 sq. ft. shop with an additional 1,500 sq. st. slab covered for vechicles. $315,000.

Oracle-Land •70 AC, great views, high desert vegetation. $300,000. •Beautiful views from this lot in Oracle, utilities at lot line, Perc test done. $69,995. •Stunning 360 degree views on one of the nicest 3 - 4 ac lots in Oracle. $149,000. •3.31 ac with unbelievable views, located in homes only $150,000. •(2) 5 ac parcels, mtn views, horse property, $65,000 per 5 ac or $120,000 for the 10 ac owner may carry. •Great lot in center of Oracle. Ready to build on, utilities at lot line. $25,000. •1 ac. in homes only area with fantastic views & natural features. $49,900 •Horse Property! Build your home or put a manufactured home on this great 3.34 ac parcel. $105,000. •.69 ac. unique property among custom built homes, $49,900.

•Rare 40 ac parcel, elevation at 4800 ft offers cool summers, own private well and eletric at property line, boarders State land, owner carry considered, $289,000 or 20 ac with well for $170,000. •7.14 ac. in Oracle with 360 deg. views. Can be split, horses allowed, MH or site built ok. $150,000. •4 lots, custom home area, submit offers. 2 at $32,000, $45,000 or $75,000. •1.36 ac. custom home lot with view, boulders, oaks and more. $100,000. •2.5 ac horse property with great views, site - built or MH. $45,000. •Choose your own parcel from 1.25 to 3.75 ac., flat, easy to build on, utilities at street. $79,900 to $199,000. •1.25 to 10 ac., buy part or whole, has excellent well, borders State land, no financing necessary, owner will cary. $32,000 - $125,000.

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•Reduced move-in ready, 3 bd/2ba Seller will pay $2,000 of buyer’s closing costs. $126,000. •2 bd, 1 ba home, with views, fenced backyard and wood kitchen cabinets. $38,000 or owner carry at $45,000. •Start living the dream, turnkey restaurant at a price you can’t beat. Call (520) 400-0242 to see today. $195,000. •2ba, 1 ba home, includes upgraded electrical, gorgeous mountain views, great price with some updating this will make a great starter home or investment property. $29,900.

•Well kept home remodeled kitchen & bathroom, large storage workshop, fenced back yard. $65,000. •Newly remodeled home, new plumbing, painted inside and outside, wood kitchen cabinets, very private backyard. $68,500 •Charming home on 40 AC home and well is solar powered, beautiful views, horse property, can be split. $275,000.

•3-lots to choose from. Hill top views shared well, horse property, leveled off areas for home sites. Two lots $50,000 each & one lot $70.000. •Secluded area with great views, being sold as is for value of 1.3 acres. $39,000. •3bd, 2ba Oak wood kitchen cabinets, dual pane windows, m etal roof, well insulated, covered porch, private well, barn/storage, 40 plus trees, horse property, 2 ac, fenced. $109,500. •2 large buildings, 6,400 sq. ft., living quarters, office space, bathrooms, enclosed patios. $75,000 •Great lot for MH or site built homes, located 10 mi. from Oracle Jct, 3.34 acres, very affordable with electric at lot line. horses allowed. $29,900.

•3 bedroom, 2 bath on corner lot, fenced $20,000. •PRICED REDUCED! Hilltop views, open floor plan, custom kitchen cabinets, wood floors, fireplace, bay windows, 5 bedrm, 2ba, fenced yard, 2 car carport, covered porch. $119,900. •3 bdrm home with updated kitchen, laundry room, covered porches, fenced yard, new electric June 2012. $57,000. •2 view lots, city water, sewer, paved roads, make an offer on both lots, and owner will make you a deal. $9,000 each.

Surrounding Area

1880 S. CODY LOOP MLS#: 21318896 Privacy at a very affordable price!! Well maintained home on 2.5 ac boarding National Forest. Enjoy hiking, horseback riding and the peace and quite that this home in Holy Cross Canyon offers. Own well gives you the option to have your very own garden. Come see this quality slump block home today. $275,000

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San Manuel Miner, San Manuel, Arizona

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September 4, 2013

Superior’s Fiesta Car Show promises to be bigger and better By Yolanda Nájera-Ewing Superior Sun “The Fiesta Car Show this year is going to be the biggest so far,” offered Fiesta Chairman Steve Lopez at last Monday evenings Fiesta Committee meeting held at Saint Mary’s Center. The car show along with the parade will kick off this year’s Saint Francis Church annual Fiestas Patrias. The car show will start at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 14 with cars lining up on both sides of Main Street in front of the church. Joe and Patti Castaneda have organized and chaired this event since its inception. The car show will honor the memory of Joe Castaneda who recently passed. Many out of state car clubs will be participating in honor of Joe’s memory. The majority of Fiestas Patrias booths will open early in the morning. Food booths

will include menudo, chile and bean burros, pastries, meat empanadas, Indian fry bread, nachos, snow cones, pickles, popcorn and more. There will be flavored drinks, sodas and water. There will also be game booths and booths selling a variety of items. Additionally, there will be a horseshoe tournament held in the parking area just west of the Casita and stage. A giant, five-foot, fluffy panda will be awarded to the lucky individual who wins the give-away being conducted by Stella Castro. She is raising funds for her cake walk at the fiesta. Stella is accepting donations of $1 per ticket or $5 for six tickets. Marcella Garcia is in charge of the Fiesta Queen candidates. There are four: Marisa Loren Estatico, Alessya Joseleen Green, Malaya Angel Martinez and Keana Cruz Torres. The girls

will be riding one of the fiesta parade floats, but with all of their scheduled activities, they are really short on time. They are requesting donations of red, white and green flowers for their float. Anyone willing to help, should contact Marcella at 480-532-0068. The Tameron family and the Guzman family will be decorating the fiesta stage and the surrounding area. All are waiting to see the final product. The Saint Francis Knights of Columbus will be in charge of setting up and cleaning up both days of the fiesta. This is a task that these men have undertaken for almost every year of the 34 years St. Francis has been sponsoring a community fiesta. They need all the help they can get, and ask volunteers to contact the Parish Office at 520-6892250. Once again, the knights are donating to the Fiesta money they have earned throughout the year. Bille Jo Villaverde is acquiring and coordinating the entertainment for the fiesta. She has reported that Dezert Boyz, Ghost, Da Beast of MUMG, and Superiors who own J Rydad will be entertaining the fiesta crowds from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. While Los Implikos, an area band, will start off the evening entertainment by playing from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. They will be followed by Angie Gomez and J. Rydah, Dezert Boyz, Bernadette Munoz, Baile Folklorico Alma de Superior, a talent show, again Los Implikos, El Grito at 11 p.m. and Los Implikos will top off the entertainment for Saturday night. Many donations are still needed. All booths (especially the soda booth, burro booth and cake walk) are still in need of donations. Volunteers will gladly be welcomed.


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