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Ken Brooks tells of lesser known destinations for when you want to travel to explore. PAGE 3

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Church seeks volunteers Members of the Church on Randall Place are seeking volunteers to help make sleeping mats for the homeless. Participants will learn how to make “plarn” — crochet material from plastic shopping bags; and learn how to crochet the “plarn” into sleeping mats, which are light enough for the homeless to easily carry. The class will be from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Thursday, May 23, July 25 and Aug. 15 and from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday, June 20 at the Church on Randall Place, downstairs in the fellowship hall. For more information contact: Margie Scott, (928) 476-3204. Those interested in carpooling from Payson, call Shari Silva (928) 4728586.


GCC HAS FREE MATINEES At 3 p.m. each Tuesday and Thursday (unless otherwise stated), June 4 through June 27 there will be free films shown at GCC with time for a brief audience discussion after each film. (Titles subject to change according to availability.) June 4 - Bully, an important film for families to see together, it covers five families dealing with routine school bullying, rated PG; 90 min. moderated by psychologist Donna Steckal

Special on hardbacks During May the Library Friends of Payson Bookstore will be featuring a 2for-1 special on all hardback books. While you’re there pick up a favorite VCR tape for 50 cents or browse the bargain table in the lobby. All bargain table items will be on sale for 25 cents. As June approaches, parents and grandparents are concerned with keeping children’s reading skills active during the summer. There is a great selection of children’s books to help promote summer reading. These will also be on sale 2-for-1 during May. Every penny spent in the Library Friends of Payson Bookstore is reinvested in the Payson Public Library. The bookstore is located to the right of the circulation desk just inside the Payson Public Library, 328 N. McLane Road. For more information visit the Library Friends of Payson Web site at

June 6 - Drakmar: A Vassal’s Journey (Best Documentary at Comic-Con International); the film shadows a bullied boy as he trains in archery and mock battle, gaining inner-strength; 73 min. moderated by psychologist Donna Steckal June 11 – Double Feature: Mind of a Serial Killer: NOVA, 60 min.; Inside the Mind of a Suicide Bomber, 50 min.’ moderated by psychologist D. Herbster June 13 - Secrets of Body Language (90 percent of communication is nonverbal) 100 min.;moderated by Chuck Jacobs June 18 – Double Feature: (starts at 3:30 p.m.) Brain Fitness Program I and II, Sight and Sound, 60 min. each; moderated by chemist M. Neary

4th Annual Charity Golf Event Payson Area Habitat for Humanity (PAHH) is conducting its 4th Annual Charity Golf Event at Chaparral Pines Golf Club in Payson Sunday, June 2. Register now to participate. This year’s format is a two-person scramble, with a 10 a.m. shotgun start. Sponsor a local firefighter, peace officer or teacher to golf in your place through the “Hero Sponsorship” program. For details, call (928) 474-0330.

June 20 - Beauty in a Jar, Image and Beauty, 100 min.; moderated by art instructor J. Jeffrey June 25 - Nature: Dogs, 112 min.; moderated by veterinarian S. Starr June 27 - Understanding Cats with Roger Tabor, 80 min.; moderated by veterinarian S. Starr Family Movie Night - The congregation of Shepherd of the Pines Lutheran Church, 507 W. Wade Lane, Payson, invites Rim residents to attend a Family Movie Night at 6:30 p.m., every first and third Friday. For details, go online to or call (928) 474-5440.

Historical Society benefit “Riders of the Purple Sage One Hundred Years Later” will be the theme for the Northern Gila County Historical Society benefit Saturday, June 8. The event will be at the Chaparral Pines Clubhouse from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. and will include dinner, music by Bill Camp, no-host bar, sweets sale, auction of special centennial edition of “Riders of the Purple Sage” and local historian Stan Brown who will be there to sign his latest book, “Payson: An Arizona Frontier Town.” Tickets are $35 per person and are available at the museum. Reservations must be made in advance. Visit or call (928) 474-3483 for more information.

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RELAY FOR LIFE Relay for Life generates funds to fight against cancer. This year, Rim Country’s Relay for Life will no longer be an overnight event. Instead, it will be held at the high school track from noon to midnight, Saturday, June 1. Survivors are encouraged to participate in the survivor lap at noon. If you want to honor a victim of cancer or a survivor of cancer, obtain commemorative luminarias from Payson Public Library, Ace Hardware, Payson Senior Circle or the Chamber of Commerce. Donations are accepted. Please visit for more information. Registration forms can be found on the PAHH Web site: events.htm, or at the PAHH ReStore, located at the corner of Highways 87 and 260, (928) 474-0330. The entry fee is $150 per person ($125 for Chaparral Pines members). All proceeds will go directly to Payson Area Habitat for Humanity.

Improve hunting skills Hunter’s education classes will be offered by Jan Nash in May and June. The class will be held from 7:45 a.m.

to 5 p.m., Saturday, May 25 and Sunday, May 26 at the American Legion building on east Hwy. 260; the June 2 class will be at the Jim Jones Shooting Range from8 a.m. to 5 p.m. All classes are $8. Please call (928) 978-6240 for more information or to register.

Book collection The Rim Country Literacy Program is collecting books during the month of May. Books may be dropped off at any time at the RCLP Office, 1001 S. Bee-

Rotary golf tournament Rim Country Rotary is hosting its annual golf tournament on Saturday, June 15 at the Payson Golf Course. Registration forms are available at the Rim Country Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Payson Golf Course. Donations sought for P-S Naked Yard Sale The Pine-Strawberry Riff Raff Club is accepting donations for its upcoming annual Naked Yard Sale, to be held June 15. Bishop Storage Sheds has donated the use of two sheds for collecting and storing donations. The sheds, number 11 and 12, are located on the west side of Highway 87 in Pine, behind Bishop Realty. The sheds will be open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until the sale. The Naked Yard Sale raises money for the group’s holiday project for the P/S area. “Naked” Yard Sale means no clothing for sale or donation. The sale will be located by Payson Concrete.For more information on the Naked Yard Sale or the Riff Raff Club, e-mail club




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TRAVEL TO EXPLORE There are a growing number of portance. Approximately 70 pertravelers who are fed up with the cent of the population is Muslim, crowds that are visiting the more and the various religious groups popular destinations and so they seem to live in harmony. turn to seeking destinations In Albania you will find fasciwhere fewer are going. Our world nating historical sites, stunning is a big one and there are many scenery and friendly people. Be areas that are somesure to visit the towns of what unexplored by the Gjirokastra and Kruja, traveling public. And, both built in very scenic there are multiple realocations. The site of sons some regions are Butrint is also a very innot attracting many visteresting architectural itors. site. Reasons can be: difThe weather there is ficulty in accessing cermuch as you would extain regions; political perience in Greece or problems; countries southern Italy. promoting anti-AmeriHow about Papua, KEN BROOKS can sentiments; poor New Guinea? It is loclimate; and more. cated not too far from the eastern Some 20 years ago I was asked side of Australia’s tropical area. by an investment company to It is an island nation. The land travel to Albania to see if it would mass is shared with Indonesia. be worth it to purchase water- Until the last 60 years little was front property in order to con- known about the place and only struct tourist hotels. Albania is since 1950 have travelers come to located just across the water from the island for sightseeing. The Corfu and next door to Greece, so people in the countryside remain it has a Mediterranean climate. It quite primitive, especially in the has influences from Italy and highlands. In the “back” areas the Greece and it still is affordable. people celebrated “pay back Some say it is Europe’s last fron- killings”. A “payback killing” tier. In the past, it has suffered would occur if one of your clan from a poor government and has killed a member of another clan not generated good news for trav- and that group would payback elers. Much of that has changed with a kill in your clan. Get it? now and tourists are very welI saw this occur twice during come. visits in the 1960s. It doesn’t end The word is getting out now there. The body of the slain is about how nice Albania is for smoked and then eaten by the tourism and tourists have just family of the dead person. I was begun to travel there. So far, it is offered a piece of human, but destill a hidden gem. It is probably clined the offer. Yes, this is true. best to be part of a tour rather You may have an opportunity than traveling there alone without to witness a Sing Sing in the New a guide. If you speak Albanian, Guinea highlands. At this event you should be OK. you would witness members of The history here is very inter- more than 100 tribes decorated esting and you should be in con- with feathers, beads, paint, fodition to do a lot of walking. It was liage and mud. A New Guinea a Communist state until 1991 and Sing Sing is two days of high enin 1967 became the world’s first ergy dancing and posturing – a atheist state. During this time surreal spectacle. hundreds of mosques and You would also want to take a churches were destroyed. More boat down the Sepik River where recently religion has grown in im- you will see natives in their small

villages doing their daily chores. Once, years ago, I was in a small boat going down the river and we passed a village that was having its Sing Sing and when they saw us, they stopped their celebrating and simply stared at us. We applauded and they simply stood there and after about a minute they applauded us back. Our guide said this was the first time they had seen foreigners. Marvelous experience. As part of your Papua, New Guinea itinerary you will visit three very different areas: the Sepik, New Britain and the highlands. You will be hiking through dense and beautiful forests, plus traveling the river and meeting these interesting people. Go soon before it catches on with tourism. For many years India has been on the tourist map and there are many areas to visit. When you go there you will want to see the famous Taj Mahal (in Agra), the Tigers (in Rathambore National Park), and ride on an elephant (at the Amber Palace in Jaipur), and stay in a local village called Pachewar and walk up a hill to see a temple in Pushkar. The train rides in India can be memorable and well worth the time to do so. Try and book the best available accommodations for the route you wish to take. You’ll be glad you did. India is a very large country and you should study information carefully in order to decide which parts you wish to visit. Again, I suggest an organized tour for the first time traveling there. Be prepared to see the very poor while traveling through areas that are run-down. Cambodia has seen a troubled past, but today the area is safe for tourism. Most people travel there to visit and walk about the famous temples of Angkor Wat and Angkor Tom. You have probably seen photos of these temples with a reflecting lake, but to actually visit the area is still a surprise.

Payson Summer Concert Series June 1 - MC6 A Cappella - MC6 is an a cappella group founded in 2004. Reaching back through the years, MC6 will bring your doo-wop favorites from the 50's and 60's to the stage in a way you've never heard before. June 8 - The J Powers Band - The J. Powers Band is a 5-piece group, with a mixed-bag of R&B, Blues, Soul, Motown, Reggae, Pop & Classic Rock. June 15 - Blue Frog - If you are looking for footstoping, hand-clapping, “jump off your seat” kind of music, Blue Frog is it! June 22 - Breaking Point - Playing a variety of music which includes top 40, Jazz, Blues and Country.

June 29 - Junction 87 - Voted 2011 Best Local Band, Junction 87 is a local, hard-working country band that rocks out. The concerts are held in the beautiful, open-air setting of Green Valley Park’s amphitheater area. While the performance are held in the band shell, the audience can sit on blankets on the ground or bring a lawn chair. They generally start at 7 p.m. and will be presented every Saturday night in June and also in July. Refreshments will be available for sale from the Christopher-Kohl’s Fire Department’s auxiliary the FireBelles.

The only problem is the heat and humidity you will experience here. You should be of good health because any visit requires a lot of walking. What’s so special about these ruins? Almost every surface of Angkor Wat has carvings depicting various subjects of life. Fascinating! I have had the good fortune to have visited many temples all over the world and those of Angkor Wat and Angkor Tom rank number two and are just below those found in Egypt. Definitely plan to visit here in an organized tour. You will have all your accommodations reserved in advance plus have the knowledge and experience of a local tour guide who will impart information you will need in order to fully enjoy the sights. As part of your Angkor Wat experience, plan to book a tour that includes Thailand, Phnom Penh (the capital of Cambodia) and a good hotel in Siem Reap, which is near the temples. Cambodia is no longer off the tourist map, but still well worth

seeing. If you are a cyclist, consider joining a cycle tour in several parts of Europe. You can experience some of the world’s most interesting sights with other cyclists, beginning perhaps in southwest France on the Atlantic Ocean riding through the Pyreneese Mountains. Your trip will include meeting fascinating locals in France and end on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in Spain. Or take on the classic climbs of the Alps exploring the most dramatic climbs of the Tour de France through the gorgeous French Alps. This will include 21 switchbacks of the Alpe d’Huez. You’ll be soaking up the scenery of Alpine glaciers, high-altitude meadows and interesting mountain towns. You can try tasty foods such as crepes, fondue and fine red wine. You could also cycle through Tuscany in Italy or Provence in France. As we often say, the world is your oyster. Try it for taste.


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True drama, excellent acting This version of The Great Gatsby is in World War I. After the war he builds the rarest of all movie birds, a hearta fabulous fortune in order to be rebreaking human drama that has spectable match for Daisy in the eyes achieved a mass audience. of her well to do parents – but neglects This rendition of the F. Scott to inform Daisy who naturally moves Fitzgerald’s American classic novel on. was written by Baz Luhrmann (also diSadly, she moves on to a rich, but rected by Baz also produced by Baz). empty man with no discernable morals. Luhrmann has a history of handling the Andy McKinney Gatsby returns with a determination to writing and directing tasks in his proj- Reviewer recapture Daisy. We know this can’t ects. Movie buffs will remember his have a happy ending, but we want des2008 attempt at a big screen epic with perately for that outcome. Australia and the 2001 Moulin Rouge. The Great There are many wonderful things about this Gatsby is a vastly superior film. Luhrmann takes movie. Music director Craig Armstrong is reenormous pains in even the smallest things in his sponsible for a temporal mix of old and current direction, which we notice in the opening credits, music that shocks, but works. The scenes of which are sort of a grand, opulent Art Deco state- Gatsby’s parties are colorful, complex and the ment to an early scene where a writing instru- very emblem of the kind of decadence that made ment is just perfect. the Roaring 20s famous. And the characters The casting is also brilliant. Tobey Maguire travel back and forth from Big Egg to Manhattan plays the movie’s narrator, Nick. Maguire is the through the bad lands of working class New York classic odd man out and fits the Nick character in a surrealistic satire of the social classes. Wow. exactly. Carey Mulligan is the leading lady, a This is as close to perfect as movie making married woman named Daisy Buchanan. Her gets. Fans who want a major production geared husband is the odious Tom Buchanan, played for adults who appreciate true drama, excellent with a vacuous brutality by Joel Edgerton. The acting and world-class direction, this is it. This naive, driven, obsessive and mysterious Jay is a five saw blade movie with a PG-13 rating. It Gatsby is played by Leonardo DiCaprio in per- lasts two hours and 23 minutes. haps his greatest role yet, certainly his most Fun fact, The Great Gatsby was filmed in Auscomplex. tralia, which saved the producers tens of millions For those who missed the novel in American of dollars. Literature in 11th grade, like me, the story is of With those savings the $105 million actually lost love. Gatsby and Daisy fall hard for each spent will likely be returned. Projections were for other just before Jay leaves for the French front a $50 million opening weekend.

A thrill if you loved the book Something has drawn many people of them. I was very impressed. to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The I will confess that before seeing The Great Gatsby. Maybe it’s the story, the Great Gatsby I was worried because I characters, the parties, or maybe it’s a didn’t know if it would add or detract feeling in the back of one’s brain that from the book. Allow me to offer my someday, Leonardo DiCaprio would words of comfort for those other play Gatsby. Whatever it is, it has enGatsby lovers out there: don’t worry. I tranced me, and so on opening night I was very pleased with the angle that found myself putting on my Gatsby t- Katie Schouten had been taken on the overall storyshirt and going to the movies. line. Nick is still the narrator, and Teen reviewer This latest version is the newest of much of the narration is the actual text five different takes on Fitzgerald’s fafrom the book. I was pleasantly surmous novel. The role that was once played by prised with the manner that the narration was Robert Redford has now been taken by handled, allowing Nick to really become the stoLeonardo DiCaprio. For some who may be unfa- ryteller. miliar with the storyline, The Great Gatsby is I was very pleased with the way that the about Nick Carraway (Tobey Maguire), a Mid- movie stayed with the book. It was very well westerner who spends the summer living on done. The elements of the book that make it so Long Island in 1922. His cousin, Daisy Buchanan great are still found in the movie, although some (Carey Mulligan), lives in old money East Egg of the more deep symbolism and hidden meanwith her husband, Tom (Joel Edgerton). Nick ings are more explicitly explained, to allow for lives next door to the mysterious and rich party overall enjoyment from the audience. So, the host, Jay Gatsby (Leonardo DiCaprio). Nick is movie can be enjoyed by all, even those who have thrown into the world of the romantic dreamer, not read the book. the careless socialite and the controller. The Great Gatsby was very well made and enThe choice of actors was absolutely perfect. joyable. However, it is not appropriate for all auThe combined talents of the previously men- diences, and earned its PG-13 rating. Other than tioned actors, as well as Elizabeth Debicki as that though, I highly recommend seeing The Jordan Baker, gave the exact feeling that I had Great Gatsby. And, as in the words of Fitzgerfrom reading the book. They were all cast very ald, “tomorrow we will run faster, stretch out well. They fit into their roles as if they were part our arms farther… And one fine morning?” Recycle cardboard, newspapers, office paper, magazines, catalogs, junk mail and old phone books at the bins located at Walmart, Green Valley Park, Rim Country Middle School, the Gila County Complex, Pine-Strawberry School, Chaparral Pines, Payson Regional Medical Center and Waste Management. In addition to paper products, Waste Management also accepts plastic (numbers 1 through 7) and steel/tin cans for recycling at its location off of Airport Road.

Could win ‘Oscars’ Baz Luhrmann raway, a World War I brings the “Great veteran, as he recalls American Novel” to the events to his psylife in this extraordichiatrist of what nary, stunning, drove him into declever, and visual pression, in which he masterpiece, known also writes into a as The Great Gatsby! novel about the time The Great Gatsby Anthony Tantimonaco he moved to Long Isbrought in $50.1M on Teen reviewer land to become a its opening weekend, bond salesman. Durplacing second on ing a visit to his the chart right after Iron Man cousin Daisy, he hears many 3. This movie is one of the rare rumors of his neighbor Gatsby. cases where the movie is accu- Soon after his visit, Nick is rate to the book. So if you given an invitation to one of loved the book you will love the Gatsby’s amazing parties, and movie. that’s where the events begin. The Great Gatsby follows The Great Gatsby features the narration of Nick CarCONTINUED ON PAGE 5


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THE HISE FAMILY Payson is named for Lewis Edwin Payson, an Illinois Congressman. But how did such a small place come to the attention of such a man? The answer is like Hise; as in John Hise and family. Here is a look at this man and his family. John H. Hise Sr. started off as a newspaper publisher in Ottawa, Ill. in the 1840s. He eventually became involved politics and was mentioned during one of the Lincoln-Douglas debates of 1858. Hise was a legislator in the Illinois State House during the 1870s and this is where he likely encountered TIM EHRHARDT Lewis Payson. Given what can be gathered from later newspaper accounts, it seems that Hise was a politically connected man. The March 2, 1876 Decatur Republican provides a little bit of a sense. “Again, for Auditor, they nominated Mr. Hise, of Chicago, another Democrat, and by his own statement in the convention, of the old school – such as John C. Calhoun, Yancey, Bob. Toombs and Jeff. Davis used to be, now known as Bourbons – who it is said never learned anything and never forgot anything” Hise had two children, Frank and John H. Jr. By the late 1870s John Jr. had set up shop in Globe in partnership with W.P. Shyrock for a general merchandise store. At some point around 1880 it appears that John Sr. had joined his son in Globe and

became involved in a variety of things including as a board member of the Arizona Mineral Belt Railroad. The Hises moved to Green Valley (Payson) in the early 1880s and set up a store. Frank Hise joined his father and brother and when Green Valley received a post office in 1884, Frank became the postmaster. In the summer of 1885 John Jr. moved with his wife to Flagstaff. They had had an interesting happening on the way as this clip from the Aug. 15, 1885 Arizona Silver Belt tells. CHILD BORN UNDER PECULIAR CIRCUMSTANCES

On Tuesday last a circumstance occurred when ushered into the world a bright little baby under peculiar surroundings. Mrs. John H. Hise, of Green Valley, Tonto Basin, who was about to be confined started from her home for Flagstaff with her husband’s pack train. When they arrived at what is known as the Potato ranch, about one day’s ride from Flagstaff, she complained of feeling unwell, but concluded to continue her journey, and when about five miles this side of the ranch, was compelled to stop, and gave birth to her child. This occurred in the morning, and all that day and night she remained on the ground with the child, her only attention being from the man in charge of the pack train. The following morning a man came along the road, and the two arranged a littler, upon which they carried their precious burden back to the potato ranch, where she received the care and attention

of those of her sex. The mother and child are doing well” - Flagstaff Champion It should be noted that the Arizona Silver Belt clarified a week later in their August 22 edition that “Mr. and Mrs. Hise drove over from Payson with a buckboard together, the husband and wife being confident they could reach Flagstaff and be near a physician or assistance before the expected arrival of the baby. When about four miles this side of potato ranch the mules attached to the buckboard took fright and ran away, which excitement hastened Mrs. Hise’s sickness, and they were compelled to stop on the road. There were with the party, Mrs. Thistle, Mr. Adams, the head packer, and Mr. Fleming. Mrs. Hise had every care and attention from her husband and those around her, and there were seven in the party who conveyed her back to the ranch. So all the romance is gone from the circumstance, in reference to her being alone with the packer when the birth appeared.” In 1885 John Sr. was appointed Surveyor General of Arizona. The Nov. 14, 1885 Arizona Champion said that Hise “is highly esteemed as a gentleman of ability and integrity. He is an elderly gentleman, having passed three score and ten and has been a life long Democrat. While it is claimed that he is an Arizonan much of his time has been spent east. The appointment will be generally considered an acceptable one throughout the Territory.” It appears that Hise had been lobbying for some sort of federal appointment. Just a few months before in their May 30, 1885

issue the Arizona Silver Belt had written that, “J.H. Hise is still in the East using what influence he has to secure the Governorship.” John Hise Sr. served as Arizona Surveyor General for four years and he died shortly after leaving office. His obituary in the Nov. 26, 1889 Decatur Daily Republican described him as “a man of great ability and high character.” The Hise family owned Little Green Valley and by the end of 1888 had put it on the market. Here’s a clip from the Dec. 26, 1888 The Weekly Arizona Miner, which it had taken from The Arizonan, about Little Green Valley. “Mr. Hise has a beautiful and romantic home. Little Green valley has an altitude of about 5,000 feet above sea-level and nestled under the rim rock of the Mogollons, which rise perpendicularly 500 to 1,000 feet above it. It is situate 100 miles from Phenix; the same from Prescott, and 50 miles from Winslow on the Atlantic and Pacific railroad. He has 160 acres under fence, and its water controls a magnificent stock range from 6 to 8 miles in extent. The valley itself, which is principally rolling hills, embraces about all the arable land in that region, and last year produced about 1,000 tons of hay, 10 tons of corn, besides vegetables. That the place is profitable as well as pleasant is thus demonstrated.” John Hise Jr. and Frank Hise moved to the Los Angeles area. Frank died there in 1894 and John died in 1892. While the Hises were in Gila County a relatively short time, they certainly made an impact.

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many great actors. Tobey Maguire (who you might recognize as Spider-Man) comes to the big screen once again for the role as Nick Carraway. And who plays Gatsby you might ask? Well none other than Leonardo DiCaprio himself. DiCaprio, known for his diverse roles in Inception, Shutter Island, and of course his most famous role as Jack in Titanic, returns for the role of Jay Gatsby – a millionaire with many rumors of who he is, and how he came by his fortune, in what could be an Acad-

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emy Award-winning performance. Carey Muligan, an upcoming British actress from Drive and Pride and Prejudice performs the role of Daisy Buchanan, the cousin of Nick who is torn between Gatsby, an old love from five years ago, and Tom, her husband who has constant affairs. Carey Muligan gives a truly emotional and terrific performance. My prediction is that The Great Gatsby will be nominated for at least three Academy Awards for Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role, Performance by an Actress in a

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Supporting Role, and the Academy Award for Best Visual Effects. The Great Gatsby was a truly fantastic movie, with amazing acting. This movie is set back in the Roaring ’20s, during the time of bootlegging, gangsters, and flappers. Gatsby does a terrific job of recapturing the scenery, tone, costumes, and feel of the ’20s. It covers the secret bars, the old New York City, the difference between the blacks and whites, the rich and the poor, and so much more.


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RIM REVIEW • MAY 22, 2013


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Every year a solemn crowd gathers at the Veterans Memorial at Green Valley Park as the community pays tribute to veterans, living and dead, as part of the Payson Patriotic Events Committee and the Town of Payson-hosted Memorial Day ceremony.

‘We will never forget’ Payson pays tribute to veterans They are getting grayer each year and there are fewer of the most senior among them, but the chairs still fill at the annual Memorial Day tribute to veterans in Payson. The Payson Patriotic Events Committee and the Town of Payson are presenting four different tributes to veterans who have died in service to the country and honoring those who have defended and continue to defend it. The programs will take place over the course of two days – Sunday, May 26 and Monday, May 27. Everyone is encouraged to attend at least one of the ceremonies and if at all possible the entire quartet. • The Annual Pioneer Cemetery Tribute is at 8:30 a.m., Sunday, May 26 at the Payson Pioneer Cemetery, at the corner of South Vista and Mesa, just north of the Payson Golf Course. There will be a flag-raising ceremony and the cemetery will be open for visitation. The Pioneer Cemetery Board sponsors the program. • The Annual Mountain Meadows Tribute in Round Valley is at 10 a.m. Taking place at the Mountain Meadows Memorial Park, Messinger’s Payson Funeral Home sponsors the program with the support of the Payson Patriotic Events Committee, the Veterans of Foreign Wars and the American Legion. • A special flag-raising ceremony will be held at the

Mazatzal Hotel & Casino flagpole at 8 a.m., Monday, May 27. The program includes speakers, patriotic and bagpipe music as well as the National Anthem, an invocation and benediction. • The primary Memorial Day Tribute is at 10 a.m., Monday, May 27 at the Green Valley Park Veterans Memorial. Hosted by the Payson Patriotic Events Committee and the Town of Payson, the program will open with patriotic music and be brought to order by a narrator, who will introduce Bill Sahno, Colonel, U.S. Marine Corps (retired) of the PPEC who will offer a welcome. Father Lowell Andrews will give the invocation, followed by a presentation of the colors by the Civil Air Patrol Cadets with the National Anthem. Scheduled to speak following the CAP Cadets are Mayor Kenny Evans, Tonto Apache Tribal Council Chairwoman Louise Lopez, Payson Police Chief Don Engler and Payson Fire Chief Marty deMasi. Eric Landau will present a medley of tunes on the bagpipe and offer a rendition of Amazing Grace as well. As part of the program there will be a tribute by the Payson Military Honor Guard, which will also present the service flags of the various branches of the armed forces, a rifle salute and Taps. Father Lowell Andrews will present a benediction. All are welcome at Memorial Day ceremonies in the Rim Country. Services will be held at the Payson Pioneer Cemetery and Mountain Meadows Memorial Park on Sunday, with additional ceremonies Monday at Mazatzal Casino and Green Valley Park. File photo

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Rim youth have banquet of choices for fun BY TERESA MCQUERREY RIM REVIEW EDITOR

School will be out for summer this Friday, so what are the kids going to do? Some may be lucky enough to find summer employment; some might have to take remedial classes in one subject or another; some may be fortunate to spend time at a summer camp. Athletes will be engaged in summer training at some point. And for everyone else – the area libraries; many churches; and the Payson Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department offers a banquet of opportunities for fun. PINE PUBLIC LIBRARY

Pine Library is getting ready to Dig Into Reading. The Isabelle Hunt Memorial Library in Pine will start is summer reading program Wednesday, June 5. Children from ages 5 through 12 are invited to participate from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. each Wednesday in June at the Library Activity Room. Each week there will be a new topic covered with activities planned. June 5 the topic is Dig into Dirt; followed by Dig into Art on June 12; Dig into Honey and Bees on June 19; and Dig into Treasure and Food on June 26. The Library Activity Room is at 6124 N. Randall Place in Pine. Contact the library at (928) 476-3678 for additional information. PAYSON PUBLIC LIBRARY

While participants in the Pine Library’s summer reading program will be “digging into” this and that; those in the Payson Public Library’s program will be going “beneath the surface” from the first week of June through the middle of July. Registration for the Payson summer reading program is taking place now. Class size is limited, so early registration is encouraged. The programs are planned for children ages 6 months to 18 years and designed to promote reading and learning and maintain skills through the summer break from school. Every other Monday during the course of the program, June 3 through July 17, there is a book club for teens from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. Those 12 to 18 may also participate in the Beneath the Surface Summer Reading Program Children ages 3 to 12 are invited to participate in one of three sessions of the Dig Into Reading Program. There will be a one-hour, in-house program with puppet show, arts and crafts, fun games and food at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. Tuesday and at 10 a.m. Wednesday, from June 4 through July 10. Also on Wednesdays at 2 p.m. there is a ’tween class for those 9 to 12. The Beneath the Surface Summer Reading Program from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. every Thursday, from June 6 through July 11, is for young people ages 12 to 18. In addition to reading, participants will have craft projects, build time capsules and much more. Youngsters don’t have to enroll in one of the library’s classes to take part in the summer reading program’s prize giveaway just by reading from the book list and keeping a log on their own, said Emily Linkey, director of the Payson Public Library. To learn more and register, stop by the library at 328 N. McLane Rd., Payson, (928) 474-9260; hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday. PAYSON SUMMER RECREATION PROGRAM

Registration is open and continues through the course of the 2013 Summer Recreation Program presented by the Payson Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department. This program is for children ages 6 to 12. Youngsters can be registered for one or all seven weeks. This program CONTINUED ON PAGE 11


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LOVE IS ALL AROUND ACROSS 1 Stick with it 8 Wife of Cronus 12“Man ___ Mancha” 16 JFK’s successor 19 Not too much 20 A very long time 21 Brushing and flossing 23 1985 Larry McMurtry novel 25 Cockney, e.g. 26 Inferior newspaper 27 Municipality 28 Exude vitality 29 Sitting atop 33 Certs piece, e.g. 34 Regard 35 Plane’s path 36 Songsmith Berlin 38 Like traditional keyboards 40 Neuters 41 Film director Kotcheff 43 Suffix with pent44 “Je ___” (French for “I am”) 45 Double-curve shape 46 Starts seeing things out of balance 52 “___ Got Nobody” (standard song) 54 Baseball’s Blue Jays, on scoreboards 55 Job to do 56 Novelist Brown 57 Birthplace of GM 60 Infuse with gas 62 Not spicy 63 Train puller

65 1981 hit for Earth, Wind & Fire 69 “... with ___-foot pole!” 70 Voting slip 72 Picked by 70-Across 73 “Lord, is ___?” 74 Points where rays meet 77 Jr.’s jr. 78 Mack vehicle 79 It vibrates in the direction of its propagation 83 AOL or MSN 86 She’s a Brit. royal 87 French sea 88 Infuriation 89 Cut’s partner 91 Emanates 94 Meryl Streep’s alma mater 96 Rips to bits 98 French for “bridge” 99 Toupees, e.g. 100 Certain citrus orchard 102 Cheap town bar 105 Spanish pot 106 Make out 107 County in northwest Florida 108 Gunpowder or firework 113 In error 114 Chimps, e.g. 115 Yellow avenue in Monopoly 116 Hive buzzer 117 Bird’s refuge 118 Jet-set jets, once 119 Bridge part DOWN 1 Chum 2 “Turn to Stone” rock gp. 3 ___ Tin Tin 4 With severity

5 “Jumpin’ Jack Flash, ___!” 6 Catchphrase 7 Pro ___ 8 Split again 9 Noisy owl 10 Be jealous of 11 Enzyme ending 12 Chinese tea 13 ___ Loops (cereal) 14 Tall and thin 15 Actor Alan 16 Poet Sidney 17 Nominal promotion of a military officer 18 Actor Irons 22 Least warm 24 Italian author Umberto 28 Cruise ship 29 Beam intensely 30 Sharp barks 31 Tax-deferred svgs. plans 32 Back something with a wager 33 Liquid petrolatum 37 Steam 38 Answer’s opposite: Abbr. 39 Candle part 42 Mass. hours 44 Hot tub site 46 “Stretch” car 47 Inflexibility 48 Proofer’s “keep this in” 49 Ninny 50 Trumpet part 51 Culminated 52 A part of 53 $20 bill dispenser 57 Thrash about 58 Kin of bingo 59 Trap post-blizzard

60 Gardner of film 61 Vietnamese holiday 62 Deride 64 “In the same place” footnote abbr. 66 Begin a tennis game against 67 Adhesive 68 DVR button 71 Fibbing sorts 74 Rasp 75 Singer Redding 76 Since, slangily 78 Paving goo 80 Organized whole, in psychology 81 PR concern 82 Requiring no cord 83 “As ___ often the case ...” 84 R-W hookup 85 Le Pew of cartoons 89 Book’s start 90 Nabs 91 Self-confidence 92 New player 93 Just to be sure 94 Bon ___ (epicure) 95 Totally wrong 97 Playwright Eve 99 Becomes hip, with “up” 101 Artist Ernst 103 Shylock’s offering 104 “Okey-___” 105 “Stupid me!” 108 ___ Cruces 109 Sgt.’s underling 110 103-Down accrual: Abbr. 111 Bk. number 112 Prior to, in sonnets

ARIES (March 21 to April 19) An apparent act of injustice might turn out to be either an error in judgment or just plain stupidity. So calm down and cool off, and let the explanations roll out. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) It’s upsetting when someone you trusted might have failed you. But with new opportunities ahead, you’ll soon be too busy to feel even a wee bit sorry for yourself. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A sense of uncertainty could be a good reason to change your position on an important matter. Someone close might try to talk you out of it, but it’s your decision to make. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Being too zealous in pursuing your goal could create some resistance. Try to be more mindful of what you ask people to do, and they’ll be more likely to do it. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Things change as you go from being ignored to being Lionized once again. This is a good time to reintroduce those previously rejected ideas to a more receptive audience. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Someone new in your life creates both anticipation as well as anxiety. Avoid the potential for misunderstandings by watching what you say and how you say it. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Watch your budget so that you don’t overspend now and have less to invest when the time is right later on. Arrange to share your weekend with someone special. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) The temptation to involve yourself in a friend’s or family member’s personal problems is laudable. But get the facts before you make a firm commitment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You might be upset by some of your critics. But most of your associates continue to keep the faith in your ability to get the job done, and done well. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You’ve reached an important point in your ongoing pursuit of your goals. You might now want to consider letting someone you trust join you on your journey. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) You’ve been going through a spate of uncertainty involving people you care for. But it might be time to take a stand on a position you feel sure you can defend. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) Treading water keeps you busy, but it won’t get you where you need to go. Time to stop making excuses and to start moving ahead toward your goals. BORN THIS WEEK: You see life as both creative and pragmatic. You would not only be a fine artist, but also a successful one. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.


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JUST FOR FUN KING CROSSWORD ACROSS 1 Put on layaway, perhaps 5 Fool 8 Capri or Wight 12 Appellation 13 Hockey legend Bobby 14 Blunder 15 Stonestreet of “Modern Family” 16 Keanu’s “Matrix” role 17 One 18 Bounded 20 Jimmy Carter’s Georgia home 22 Angry group 23 Hostel 24 React in horror 27 Loads, as software 32 Id counterpart 33 Old Olds 34 Fine, to NASA 35 Herring’s cousin 38 Go back and forth 39 Fireworks response 40 Go blue? 42 French brandy 45 Fireplace area 49 Shrek is one 50 Mimic 52 Will be (Sp.) 53 Dispatch 54 Mainlander’s memento 55 Not procrastinating 56 Fixes a skirt 57 Felon’s flight 58 Iditarod terminus


DOWN 1 Change for a five 2 Distort 3 Eastern potentate 4 Leave suddenly 5 Sparrow or skylark 6 Exist 7 Item on stage 8 Tropical lizard 9 New family member 10 Pork cut 11 Salamanders 19 “Forget it!” 21 Torched 24 Jewel 25 Census statistic 26 Ultrasound image 28 Born 29 Author of “Finishing the Hat” 30 Mauna ___ 31 The air up there 36 Sweethearts 37 “Caught ya!” 38 Spring, for one 41 “As ___ sow ...” 42 Brit’s blackjack 43 Lecher’s look 44 Be an umpire 46 Gambling mecca 47 Decorate 48 Loathe 51 Shell game item



TRIVIA TEST 1. HISTORY: Who was the last president of the Soviet Union? 2. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: What famous writer once said, “Any idiot can face a crisis — it’s day to day living that wears you out”? 3. GEOGRAPHY: What is the capital of South Carolina? 4. ANIMAL KINGDOM: What are the wild dogs of Australia called? 5. BUSINESS: What company’s slogan is, “Don’t leave home without it”? 6. ASTRONOMY: What is our solar system’s sun composed of? 7. HOLIDAYS: When was Mother’s Day declared a national U.S. holiday?

Answers 1. Mikhail Gorbachev 2. Anton Chekhov 3. Columbia 4. Dingos 5. American Express 6. 98 percent hydrogen and helium 7. 1914 8. Paris 9. Calvin and Hobbes 10. Georgia


KING CROSSWORD Find the listed words in the diagram. They run in all directions — forward, backward, up, down and diagonally.




8. THEATER: What city was the setting for the original “The Phantom of the Opera”? 9. COMICS: What comic strip had an imaginary character called “Stupendous Man”? 10. WAR: What was the last former Confederate state to be readmitted to the Union after the Civil War?




RIM REVIEW • MAY 22, 2013

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PERSONALS Looking for a Christian companion. I have brown eyes and shoulder length auburn hair. I’m 5’5” and am 57yrs. Please write a long with a photograph to Patricia at PO Box 1045, Pine, AZ 85544.


Digital Camera, Canon Rebel T-3 w/18-55 & 55-250mm, Hard Case, Like New, $475. 928-595-1421

Moving? Retiring? Local Resident looking for established business in area, offering cash 928-978-5322

14.Multi-family yard sale. Sat. & Sun. May 25 and 26, 8am-12:00 noon, 3441 Foothill Rd. in Pine. Lots of good stuff. 2. 1107 W. Gold Nugget Lane, Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 8am to 2pm: Elk Antlier Chandlier, Baby Crib, Sporting Equipment, Ceiling Fans, Air Staple Guns, Cook Books and Misc. 5. 708 W. Summit St. Thurs & Fri. May 23 & 24 from 7am to ?: Multi Family Sale - West Summit Follow Signs: Trolling Motor, House Goods, Tools, Recyners, Sewing Machine Cabinet and other Furniture, Everthing Goes! No Early Birds Please. 6. Estate Sale: 9294 Wild Turkey (Strawberry); Thurs. & Fri. May 23 & 24 from 8am to 4pm; Saturday May 25 from 8am until everything is gone. Chest Freezer, Very Nice Lighted Hutch, Sofa w/Matching Chair. Just to name a few. Lots of Treasures. Come Browse. 7. 2905 W. Hughes Dr. Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 7am to 1pm: Multi-Family Sale: Something for Everyone! Tools, Household Items, Kid Stuff, Tech, etc. 8. 1210 & 1301 W. Stirrup Way, Fri. & Sat. May 24, & 25 from 7am to ?: 12FT Aluminum boat w/new trailer and Extras, Furniture, Crafts, Collectibles, Clothes, Household & Misc. Items. 928-474-9594

AUTOS/VEHICLES ATVS 2000, 325 HP, Polaris Trail Boss Quad, Automatic, Good Shape, $1,500. obo, Pine, AZ Call Mike 928-476-3079


MOTORCYCLES 2004 Harley-Davidson FXDWG Dyna Wide Glide Color: Pearl White Fuel Injected Harley-Davidson Dyno’d at 100 HP Many Upgrades including: Chrome Upgrade, Motor Upgrade, Gear Upgrade, New Tires, New Windshield, New Saddle-packs, New Battery, Helmet’s included. Excellent Condition 28,000 Mileage $9,000.00 OBO. Must Sell. Vic/928-595-1050 Doug/928-478-7169

9. 2009 N. Fredanovich Circle, Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 8am to 4pm: 40yrs of Collecting, Dolls etc.


Rewarding position as General Manager for Retreat at Tontozona; a leadership and education center outside of Payson. Compensation includes a salary commensurate with experience and housing. Please send resume to


CARS AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING, LOCAL: Will Pick Up, Good Prices, DAVE’S AUTOMOTIVE RECYCLING, Parts for Sale, M-F, 9-5, Sat 9-1, 928-474-4440

RVS 2001 NuWa Snowbird 5th wheel travel trailer 34+2, 3 tipouts, ac/heat, electric /gas frige, convection microwave, gas stove, 32” TV, oak interior, overall excellent condition. Can be seen @ Rim Restort, Forest Lakes, AZ. Space 23. Contact David @ 480-620-819nine.. $18,000.00.

Lead Cook position open at local Christian Camp. Cooking experience required. Call Chris at 928-478-4630 Seeking Full-Time Nail Tech, Clientele Available and Established. Seeking a Part-Time Hair Stylist, Great Upscale Salon! 928-474-9849


2001 Toyota Sequoia 4X4

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TRAILERS 3x6 trailer with diamond plate floor and wood sides, can be converted to glatbed. New hitch and lights. $300.obo 928-978-5719


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REAL ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE 2Br/2Ba for Sale in Pine, 1&1/2 Car Detached Garage, Central Heat, Insulated Windows, Near School, $144K, 928-978-3597 Cute 2 bedroom, 3 bath, manufactured, fenced yard. Great investment. Currently rented. Pat, agent. 928-970-4140





Must have Experience to Love and Care for the Elderly. Emphasis on Housekeepin, Meals, & Laundry Call for Interview 928-468-2461

SERVICES MISCELLANEOUS Guitar Lessons Learn basic guitar. Note reading, chords, scales and much more. Materials supplied. Serious and camp fire players welcome. Fun and fast paced! One FULL hour $20. Call: 978-2151

F.S.B.O. 3BR/2BA. Great Neighborhood Mobile Home, 213 E. Chateau Circle, Payson, 1233sf, Appliances, Many Upgrades, $69,900. 323-301-0707

MOBILES FOR SALE 55+Park 705 E. Miller #29, 2Br/1Ba 12x65, Covered Patio, Screened Porch, Nice Yard, All Appliances, Storage, Furnished, New Carpet, Make Offer, Park Owned, 928-978-2658 Foreclosures: 30 Homes, both New and PreOwned to Choose From, Free Delivery, Call Bronco Homes, 1-800-487-0712 REDUCED


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GARAGE SALES 3. 414 E. Continental Dr. Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 6:30am to 1pm: Air Compressor, Antiques/Collectibles, Furniture, Tools, Jazz Albums, Band Saw, Estate Items...Too Much To List!

MOVING SALES 1. 239 S. River Rd. (Gisela) Fri. Sat. Sun. & Mon, May 24 thru 27 from 8am to 2pm: Everything Must Go!: Roll-a-way w/Tools, Entire Workshop/Ground Tools & Materials, Furniture, Household Itmes, Some Horse Tack, HD Leathers, 23 Years of Saved Stuff, MUST SEE! 4. 3208 Miller Dr. (Pine) Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 7am to 1pm: Moving Sale; Furniture, Linens, Dishes, and Misc. Household Goods.

YARD SALES 500 Gallon all steel constructed pressure water tank: Sale for $350. OBO Call no for more inforamtion 928-474-8222

YARD SALES 12. 210 W. Frontier, Mem. Wknd, Fri. & Sat. May 24 & 25 from 6am to ? and Sun. May 26 ?: Big Ineteresting Sale, Furniture, Power Tools, Camping/Fishing/Hunting Gear, Row-Boat, Jewelry, Western Stuff, Some Antiques/Colectibles, Harley MC.

10. Mogollon Dr. (Pine), Sat. & Sun. May 25 & 26 from 8am to 4pm: Household items, Flameless Candles, Crafting Supplies, Lots of Clothes, Electronics, Books & More. 11. 5753 Brybeagil (Pine) Sat. May 25 from 7am to 4pm & Sun. May 26 from 8am to Noon: Householed Items, Furniture, Baby Stuff, & Kitchen Items

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Call Cindy for availability (928) 472-9238 1100 Sq.Ft 2BDR/2BA Apartment In Central Payson, Central Heating and A/C, F/P., Washer/Dryer Hookup $635.p/m, 480-326-7203 or 480-926-9024

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT Office or Retail Space Lowest Rates In Payson Private Bath,500 sq.ft. On Upgraded Remodeled Units, 1 Month Rent Free 602-616-3558 Office Units $ and a 30’x40’ Double Bay Warehouse M-1 Zoning $, call 928-595-0252 (Local)

Rim View OFFICE PARK, Executive Suites, Payson’s Premier Office Space, 708 E. Hwy 260, 928-472-7035.

2+/2 Lovely East Verde Estates Trees, grass, flowers. Includes Water, DirectTV, trash pickup, phone*. Tenant pays electric. Just a short walk to the river. $1050/month 148 Chelsea Dr. 602 999-6910 3BR 1BA, $780/mo. 114 E. Pine St, New Flooring, Carport, Large Fenced Yard, $780 sec dep. pets neg w/dep. 928-970-6900 3Br/1Ba, Stove, Refrig, Evap.Cooler, Wood Stove, W/D, Trash Included, 700 S. Oak, $790.p/m, 928-474-8833 3Br/2Ba Payson Ranchos, 912 W. Bridle Path Updated, Like New, Central Heat/AC, Large Fence Yard, Shady Deck, Shed. Pet-ok, $; 928-978-2656 Chaparral Pines: 2Br/2Ba, 2-Car Garage, Unfurnished, Cabin Style, Lg.Yard, Hot-Tub, 1 yr lease, $1,295.p/m, Includes Clubhouse & Workout Facility 928-978-0888 Large 2Br/2Ba: Includes water, trash, sewer. $ + $400 security deposit. 213 W. Bonita: 602-292-1788

INDUSTRIAL FOR RENT HOMES FOR RENT 1BEDROOM/1BATH CABIN Fully furnished, Including Dishes & Linens Secluded/Senior Neighbors! Pine $600 month + Deposit Credit Report Required 928-476-3989

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MOBILES FOR RENT 1Br’s & One Studio/w Utilties, Security Dep. Plus First Months Rent, Pets-No, $350 to $ 928-978-3775 1Br/1Ba Cabin In-Town, Completely Restored, Heating/AC, Wood Burning Stove, Outside AZ Room, Laundry, Storage Shed, Lots of Trees, $595.p/m 928-288-2440 1Br/1Ba Overlooks GreenValley Lake, 704 S. Oak, Stove,Refrig, Trash Included,Large Wood Stove, Evap.Cooler, W/D Hood-ups, Gated Yard,Covered Carport, $ 928-474-8833 NICE QUIET AREA, 2BDR/2BATH,LR,FR, Enclosed Large Az Room, Fenced Easy-Care Yard, Carport, 3 StorageShed, Payson, Avail Now.$895/month Call 602-647-2014 928-468-1068 2Br/2.5Ba, Den & Carport, W/D, Refrigerator and Stove, Pets-No, $ + Dep. Call 626-287-4104

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will be held in the Rim Country Middle School gym and incorporates fun, physical and cultural activities, along with occasional field trips. This is not a drop-in program; children must be pre-registered by Friday of the previous week. Cost is $30 per child. Camps dates are: May 28-30*, June 3-6, June 10-13, June 17-20, June 24-27, July 1-3* and July 8-11. The program goes from 8 a.m. to noon, Monday-Thursday, except where noted.* Lunch will be served each day. Register in person at the parks and rec offices in Green Valley Park. PHS VOLLEYBALL CAMP

The Payson High School Volleyball team will once again offer a camp this summer. This camp gives youth in the 4th through 8th grades the opportunity to learn from the high school players and coaches. They will work on fundamentals, refine skills and work on game strategies. The $30 fee includes a t-shirt. Registration closes Tuesday, May 28 and the camp is from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 12:30 p.m. to 3 p.m., Wednesday, May 29 and Thursday, May 30 at Payson High School Dome. BASKETBALL CAMP

Join Coaches Bill Farrell, Joe Sanchez and Cameron Davis for this fundamentals basketball camp. Shooting, passing, dribbling and game strategies will be worked on throughout the week. The cost is $40 and the program is open to those in the 3rd through 10th grades. The program is from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. daily, Monday, June 10 through Friday, June 14 in Wilson Dome at PHS. Registration closes June 5. BRITISH SOCCER CAMP

Once again there will be a British Soccer Camp in Rim Country. The program is June 3-7 and registration closes May 24, go online to to sign up. The program is for ages 3 to 18 and costs from $86 to $185. It includes individual coaching, team coaching, a soccer ball and T-shirt. To learn more get a brochure from the parks office in Green Valley Park. The camp will be on the north soccer field at Rumsey Park. EVO SWIM SCHOOL

Taylor Pool in North Rumsey Park opens to the public Memorial Day Weekend. It will be open from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Saturday, May 25 and Monday, May 27. Admission is $2 per person. Public swimming is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday,


Garden time’s flying by Increase your garden’s productivity even when space, time and energy are limited. Just follow these simple planting techniques for a more bountiful harvest. Maximize your planting space with wide rows. Leave just enough room for plants to reach their maximum size. Make wide rows, 4- to 5-feet wide, so you can reach all plants for maintenance and harvest. Minimizing walkways means more planting space. Try interplanting. Grow short season crops like lettuce and radishes between long season crops like cabbage, tomatoes and peppers. The short season crops will be ready to harvest when the long season crops are reaching mature size. You’ll double your harvest and grow more vegetables, not weeds between your longer season plants. Grow more plants per row with succession planting. Start the season with cool season vegetables like lettuce and spinach. Once these are harvested and temperatures warm replace with beans and onions. Harvest these and plant a fall crop of radishes or lettuce. Go vertical. Train vine crops up decorative or functional trellises and supports. Growing cucumbers and melons upward increases light penetration and air flow, reducing the risk

Thursday and Saturday. Swimming lessons will be offered from 9:15 a.m. to 11:45 a.m., Monday and Wednesday, and from 5:15 p.m. to 6:45 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. The cost is $12.50 per week. Adult group swim, costing $35 per month, is from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m., Monday and Thursday. Water aerobics, at $2 per visit, is from 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m., Monday and Wednesday. Lap swim, at $2 per visit, is from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. For more information, go online to or call 1-877-539-5009.

of fungal diseases. Pole beans are much easier to harvest and produce an additional picking. Secure large fruited vegetables like melons to the trellis with a cloth sling. Be sure to plant vegetables in containers if in-ground space is limited. A 5-gallon bucket or comparable size container is perfect for a tomato. Peppers and eggplants will thrive in a bit smaller pot. Grow vine crops in containers and allow them to crawl over the deck or patio instead of valuable gardening space. Harvest often and at the proper time. Zucchini and other summer squash should be picked when 6 to 8 inches long or in the case of patty pan squash it reaches 3 inches in diameter. The flavor is better than those baseball bat size zucchini and you’ll have plenty to eat and share. Harvest your head of cabbage when firm and full size. Leave the bottom leaves and roots intact. Soon you will have 4 or 5 smaller heads to harvest and enjoy. With a bit of planning and creativity you can find ways to increase the enjoyment and harvest in any size garden. ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Gardening expert Melinda Myers has more than 30 years of horticulture experience and has written more than 20 gardening books. Myers Web site is


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