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Travel Ken Brooks says there’s still time to take a summer vacation and New York City should be a must on every traveler’s list. PAGE 3
History Tim Ehrhardt writes about the Pleasant Valley War and the summer of 1887. PAGE 5
Faith In her Firm Foundation column, Simone Lake reminds us that heavenly focus always brings clarity. PAGE 5
Food Mrs. Dash helps you grill up some flavor. PAGE 7
Health Dr. Donohue says smoking isn’t the only cause of emphysema. PAGE 7
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the old rock building, are invited to attend. Come and join us anytime after 10 a.m. A potluck lunch will begin at noon. Please bring a favorite dish to share – main dish, salad or dessert. Water will be provided. If there is enough interest, an Oldies Dance will be held from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. The music we grew up with and Country/Western classics will be featured.
Transition Town Payson film Transition Town Payson will host a two-part screening and discussion of the film YERT: Your Environmental Road Trip at Gila Community College, Room 301, 201 N. Mud Springs Rd., Payson. Part 1 is from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Friday, July 19; the second part is at 6 p.m., Friday, Aug. 2. The film: Called to action by a planet in crisis, three friends hit the road with hope, humor... and all of their trash, to explore America (the good, bad and weird) in search of innovators tackling humanity’s greatest environmental challenges in this award-winning docucomedy. There will be time for discussion following the screenings.
Ice cream social
All Rim Country motorcycle enthusiasts are invited to a Motorcycle Roundup at 9:30 a.m., Friday, July 19 in the parking lot of Rim Country Health, 807 W. Longhorn Rd., Payson. Sponsored by the Gentlemen’s Club of Rim Country Health, the event is an opportunity to talk about your motorcycle with the residents, staff and other owners. To learn more and RSVP, call Marie Mennen at (928) 474-1120.
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., Friday, July 19 at the church. The event is free and refreshments will be available. There will be a Family Movie Night every first and third Friday evenings at 6:30 p.m. of every month. Visit: www.shepherdofthepineslutheran.com for directions and more information or call (928) 474-5440.
Come out between 8 a.m. and noon, Saturday, July 20 to the Payson Farmers Market, 816 S. Beeline Hwy., behind Chili’s. Find fresh produce, organic coffee and teas, jam, chipotles, canned vegetables, free range beef, tamales, hummus, fresh bread, meatballs, fudge, honey, pecans, local art, live music, pony rides and much more. The market is every Saturday through September.
Hike Houston Trail There will be a Payson Area Trails System Hike starting at 8 a.m., Saturday, July 20. The hike will be on Houston Trail to metates. It is a two-mile round trip over easy terrain. Meet at Houston Mesa Trailhead, a mile east from Hwy. 87 on Houston Mesa Road; wear appropriate clothing, including hiking boots or closed-toe, sturdy shoes and bring water.
PHS Class of 1963 Reunion
The Payson High School Class of 1963 will celebrate its 50th Reunion, along with all who graduated from PHS in the sixties or before Saturday, July 20 at the LDS Church just south of the hospital. All who knew us, knew anyone who knew us or our families, or went to school in
Free concert Southern Flight Band will be the feature of the Saturday, July 20 free concert at Green Valley Park’s amphitheater. The band plays country, rock and blues. Vendors open at 6 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy music under the stars. The park is at the west end of Historic Main Street, turn left at the light at Main and Hwy. 87 and continue west. Parking is limited, so come early.
The Wooden Nickel band is back for the third year to entertain and support the Pine-Strawberry Historical Society. Come join the fun from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Saturday, July 20 at the Pine Cultural Hall for an Ice Cream Social and listen to the Wooden Nickel band play old country music. Admission for this event is $10 for adults, children $5, with children 5 years old and under free. Donations are always gladly appreciated!
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Elaine Richardson floats in an intertube to enjoy the cool water of the East Verde River.
As a benefit for both the Payson Senior Center and Time Out, the Beverage Place and Payson Jewelers are helping put on a special tasting of Arizona wines from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., August 10. The cost is $25, plus for an addition $10 you can get a pair of champagne flutes. In one of the flutes sold there will be a half-carat diamond from Payson Jewelers. Tickets for the event are at the Senior Center, Beverage Place and Payson Jewelers.
Parade entries wanted
The August Doin’s Rodeo Parade — “Rodeo: A Payson Tradition” — is being sponsored by the Kiwanis of Zane Grey Country this year. The parade will be held Saturday, Aug. 17, on Historic Main Street in Payson. The fun will start at 9 a.m. at Green Valley Park and moves east on Main Street. You may read additional information and download parade entry forms, etc. at the Web site: http://www.zanegreykiwanis.com (just open the forms tab). If you have any questions, contact the Kiwanis at: email@example.com or write to: Kiwanis Club of Zane Grey Country, P.O. Box 2507, Payson, AZ 85547.
The Ponderosa Chapter #64 O.E.S. is seeking crafters for its 8th Annual Craft Fair, to be held Sept. 28-29. Come show off your handcrafted goods. There are both inside and outside spaces available for $35 each. Contact Torrie Kamps-Spalink at (928) 951-6922 or Carole Skoglund at (928) 9701616 for more information. The Masons will have their famous barbecue from noon to 4 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 28.
Help Payson Community Kids and win a four-night cruise
Payson Community Kids (PCK) is a nonprofit organization that assists low-income, “at risk” families and their children. This year, PCK is sponsoring a raffle for a fournight cruise for two with Princess Cruise Line to Catalina Island and Ensenada, Mexico, leaving from the Long Beach area. There will only be 100 tickets sold at a cost of $100 each. The drawing will be held
Artists invited to enter ArtoberFest
The Payson Art League is calling for artists to join the annual ArtoberFest Show on October 18, 19, 20at the Mazatzal Hotel & Casino Event Center. If you are an artist interested in showing and selling your art, please visit the PAL’s Web site at www.paysonartleague.org or call Don Harmon at (928) 474-5554 for a mailed application. This is a juried fine art and fine craft show representing varied art careers and backgrounds. The deadline for applying is August 17.
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TRAVEL TALK | KEN BROOKS
STILL TIME FOR SUMMER TRAVEL Many of us wait until the last minute to plan for a vacation. Suddenly, time has slipped away and before you know it the good weather months are passing by. Maybe you would like to take an automobile trip, but haven’t decided where to go. Where you visit depends on how much time you have. Perhaps you are retired and you have all the time in the world. Here are some ideas. If you have never visited the East Coast of the United States consider driving to New York City or ﬂying there, renting a car, KEN BROOKS then driving around the New York and New England areas. Fall is the best time to see the bright colors of yellow, red and brown as trees and plants begin their cooler weather sleep. The “Big Apple” is like no other city on earth. If you have visited before, you will still see sights you haven’t in the past. It’s the most diverse city in the United States. You have the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty and Times Square, along with thousands of restaurants. Some of the best shopping is here, as well as famous museums and other attractions. Next stop is Boston, the birthplace of independence. You can explore the narrow streets, learn the history of the area and see quaint neighborhoods. From there, you can drive a classic New England route with time to explore the beautiful coastlines of Maine, Rhode Island and Cape Cod. Plus there is the stunning mountain scenery of New Hampshire and Vermont. The colors become vibrant during October. Be sure to take your camera. The great Paciﬁc Northwest is wonderful during the late summer and fall periods. You can take your time and drive from home to the coast, then follow the highways northward to end in Seattle. Driving the California, Oregon and Washington State coastline is most pleasant. The roads are good and most of the scenery is spectacular. You’ll ﬁnd interesting villages and towns all the way up the coast, which are fun to stop and visit. There will also be nice, clean motels along the way. You might even take a week or so just to get to Seattle. I ﬁnd that driving not more than 300 miles per day doesn’t take much out of me as does speeding and trying to cover at least 500 or more miles per day. Spend a couple days in both Portland and Seattle, as there is much to do in both. The cities are rather sophisticated so take with you more than blue jeans and a sweater. Prepare for rain. In Portland and Seattle there are very ﬁne “name” hotels. As you work your way north there will be more and more seafood on the menus. Don’t pass up the delights from the sea. It will be fresh and very tasty. Seattle is known for smoked salmon. It’s the best in the world. Be sure to order a large serving. The western coastal route is one of the
day more interesting. You will have an American crew and ofﬁcers. It will be rather costly when compared to an oceangoing cruise but will be well worth the time and money. Dial 1-866-226-7696 for more information and reservations. If you are into visiting cities, it may interest you to know which are “America’s Snobbiest Cities”. In other words, which city has its nose in the air almost everywhere you go? Number one has to be San Francisco. You have to dress up in many locations at various times of the day depending on the events you are visiting. People have to dress up even to go shopping downtown. The cooler weather may be partially responsible for this. Number two is probably New York City. Its tops for great music events, live theatre, art galleries, and ﬁne dining. Number three is Boston. It’s a college town steeped in history and is the center for the Ivy League universities. The city claims a ﬁne symphony orchestra, brainpower, great bookshops and poor drivers. You will ﬁnd three days here very interesting. It may surprise you to learn Minneapolis/St. Paul ranks fourth in the snobbiest city category. It is also bookish, indie-music loving, beer drinking and the people are folksy, hikers and many do ice surﬁng. Some folks ﬁsh in the Chain of Lakes where they can bring home good catches. It was no surprise to me when I learned Santa Fe, N.M. ranked number ﬁve on this list. Here you will ﬁnd many good readers, some ﬁne museums, native crafts, an opera house and few sports bars. Wherever you decide to go, I hope you get a lot of enjoyment and beautiful scenery and we will welcome you upon your return home. SENIOR CIRCLE TRAVEL Metro Creative Graphics
There is no city on earth like New York City. It has to be a must on every traveler’s list. You have the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty and Times Square, along with thousands of restaurants. Some of the best shopping is here, as well as famous museums and other attractions.
more beautiful in the United States. Should you not wish to drive the distance, get yourself to Los Angeles and then take one of the most scenic railway trips in the West by boarding the Coast Starlight, which departs mid-morning arriving in Seattle the second day. Reserve a private room to get a good rest and you can also visit the lounge car as well as the diner. When taking sleeping accommodations your meals in the diner are included. You can rent a car in both Portland and Seattle for your exploration. If time and money are not really tight, book a room on the paddle wheeler steam boat that will cruise you up the Columbia River from Portland for a week. This will also be relaxing. You stop in small towns along the way. Your travel agent can assist you with reservations. Many travelers visit Colorado and its tall mountains. If you are in the mood for this area be prepared to see snow capped mountains that will include Pike’s Peak,
mining towns, ski towns and plan to stay in at least one ﬁne resort for a couple days. You may choose to ﬂy to Denver, rent a car and drive out from there. Plan your trip carefully obtaining maps and other information so you won’t miss a thing. If you are a member of the AAA Auto Club they will supply you with wonderful maps and other material that will help you get around. There are rivers, lakes, national parks and ancient ruins to explore. You’ll never forget your vacation here. New Orleans and its surrounding area are also fascinating. Think about booking a cabin on the Queen of the Mississippi paddle wheel boat and you can be rollin’ on the river for a week. The vessel only recently began its river cruising and I get good feedback from travelers who have already enjoyed the boat. The scenery from a moving boat is always interesting and one never tires of just sitting in a chair watching the world go by. The onboard food will be slightly southern which will make each
Payson Regional Medical Center’s Senior Circle enriches the lives of people older than 50 for a $15 annual membership fee and programs, including special travel opportunities. Travel planned in the next several months: A tour of Ireland from Sept. 1-10 for $2,099 per person, double (does not include airfare) A trip to the Albuquerque Balloon Festival Oct. 8-11 and costs $775 per person, double occupancy, which includes ground transportation. A Presidential Libraries Tour to California Nov. 7-9 for $499 per person, double occupancy. Two different trips are planned in December – a two-day tour of holiday events in Arizona is Dec. 5-7, it includes the light show in Sedona; and there is also a one-day trip to Barleens Arizona Opry on Dec. 7. The ﬁrst trip costs $375 per person, double occupancy. The one-day trip is $85 per person. For information, call AZ Trails Travel at 1-888-799-4284 or e-mail mary@arizona trails.com. Make reservations through the Senior Circle, (928) 472-9260.
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AT THE MOVIES
THE LONE RANGER
Depp makes film great fun When I finished watching The Lone way the Tonto character is written. Ranger the audience broke into sponWe open the film in the mid 1930s taneous applause. And I did too. We where a heavily made up Depp is liked the movie for what it was: an Tonto as a very old man. He tells the often funny, two-and-half-hour-long tale of the Lone Ranger to a young boy entertainment experience. in a Lone Ranger outfit, mask, cap Johnny Depp as Tonto was a hoot; guns and all. We never quite know if the movie was his and should perhaps Tonto is a historian, a shaman or a nut have been titled Tonto. The PG-13 rat- Andy McKinney job making it all up. ing might be a tad on the low side. Reviewer I think he isn’t a historian. The speThere was a good bit of fairly disturbcific facts of the story are not nearly as ing violence for a Disney film, so be important as the saga itself. Tonto exwarned. The Comanche nation suffers some plores what professors of literature might call very serious casualties. Most viewers will be un- Magic Realism in some of the sequences. There easy seeing this. is a Spirit Horse (Silver) that provides some odd Director Gore Verbinski and two of the three moments but no conclusions. I rather liked that writers are veterans of the Pirates of the whole idea. Caribbean films, also featuring Johnny Depp in Some stuff that didn’t work so well are the exodd clothes and makeup. The comparisons are tended sequences where the Lone Ranger and natural and inevitable. I may be among the few Silver ride along a moving train, sometimes on reviewers that will give The Lone Ranger an av- top of it and sometimes inside of it. Magic Realerage grade of three saw blades. Most awards ism or not, it was just too much and too stupid to are lower. I think that this reflects viewer’s ex- take. pectations that after spending an estimated Ditto the whole character played by Helena $250 million or more to make the film we should Bonham Carter. She plays a prostitute with an get something better than a middling good artificial leg made of ivory in a role that adds movie. very little to the story. Every moment that Depp is on screen, the Armie Hammer as the Lone Ranger is perfilm hums and glistens. When the camera is off haps too tentative a hero, a man of thoughts prohim, it drifts off into absurd excesses of spec- pelled into becoming a man of action. tacular special effects. There is enough cool But Johnny Depp is wonderful, quirky, and stuff to keep us interested however. One of what perhaps mad in giving us a whole new Tonto to I take as the strengths of the film is the nebulous relish.
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A fun and exciting movie For the longest time, the only thing was definitely more of a presence than I knew about the Lone Ranger, was a character that could make or break that his nephew’s horse’s name is Victhe movie. She was just there - altor. This, of course I knew from the though she did have a cool gun. movie A Christmas Story, taking place The Lone Ranger was not a western in a time when evening entertainment in the style of John Wayne. It was fast came from a radio. paced, with action in many places and The Lone Ranger began as a radio comedy a good share of the movie. It series back in the 1930s. It was a TV Katie Schouten definitely showed that Johnny Depp show in the 1950s and there have been Teen reviewer was not only one of the actors, but also a few movie versions made. Now, the an executive producer. Lone Ranger has reappeared with the Much of the movie was exciting, well-known Comanche Tonto. The biggest ques- with the very recognizable William Tell Overture tion here is, who is the sidekick? playing in the background during many of the This is the first version of the Lone Ranger to action scenes. However, there were one or two bill Tonto as the lead role. However, Johnny moments when I did have to grimace (a death of Depp is usually never billed as anything less. a character was a bit graphic), but thankfully Depp brought in his same style of playing ec- they were short and not dwelled on very long. centric, half-mad characters, although he is not I thoroughly enjoyed The Lone Ranger. It was as good at Tonto as he is at Jack Sparrow. fun and exciting. I have to say, however, that it As the Lone Ranger himself, we have Armie is not recommended for children and earned its Hammer. This is his first real leading role, and I PG-13 rating. On the other hand, it is a movie think we will be seeing more of him. He was able that can be enjoyed by many different types of to portray his character well, John Reid the viewers, not just action or western lovers. I reclawyer, who is thrown into the role of Texas ommend The Lone Ranger as a good summer Ranger on a search for outlaw Butch Cavendish movie. (William Fichtner). His character offered the This is my farewell, and I will not be reviewlaughs that were well complemented by Johnny ing any more movies. I will be leaving to go to Depp. college at Brigham Young University to study Well-known actress Helena Bonham Carter mechanical engineering. I have loved receiving was also featured, although her character, Red, your positive comments.
When an alien attack threatens the Earth's existence, giant robots piloted by humans are deployed to fight off the menace.
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After moving his family back to his hometown to be with his friends and their kids, Lenny (Adam Sandler), finds out that between old bullies, new bullies, schizo bus drivers and 400 costumed party crashers sometimes crazy follows you.
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Native American warrior Tonto recounts the untold tales that transformed John Reid, a man of the law, into a legend of justice.
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RIM HISTORY RIM HISTORY RIM COUNTRY HISTORY | TIM EHRHARDT
THE PLEASANT VALLEY WAR AND THE SUMMER OF 1887 This coming weekend is Pleasant Valley Days in Young, Ariz. It’s a great opportunity to learn about and experience the history of this nearby area. When people think of Young, Ariz., their ﬁrst thought is not of its beautiful ranges, but of a range war that engulfed the entire region. Here’s a look at the Pleasant Valley War and the summer of 1887. While Young is 52 miles from Payson via today’s roads, it’s just 26 miles as the crow ﬂies. Gisela, south of Payson, is even closer. This is why the Payson area was impacted by TIM EHRHARDT the Pleasant Valley War in a time when horseback was the standard mode of travel. The Pleasant Valley War was a blood feud between the Graham and Tewksbury families. Many people involved, including an area vigilante committee. Different causes have been argued through the years. Some believe it was a sheepmen-cattlemen war and others a case of honest men versus rustlers. Certain things are clear though: one, there was a whole lot of cattle and horse stealing going on, and two, the war was very bloody. Here’s a sampling of newspaper clippings from 1887 as the war heated up.
“Two men went over into the Navajo country and stole 103 head of horses, belonging mainly to Indians. Some of them were the property of ex-sheriff Hubbell. They made no attempt at concealment, but drove them in broad day across the country and up in the Mogollon mountains. The Indians followed in a day or two, accompanied by Mr. Hubbell and a constable. The trail led to Canon creek, just over the rim of the Tonto Basin…” - St. John’s Herald, April 7, 1887 “We do not doubt but they have confederates in this county. From all we can learn there is a chain of them and they pass horses both ways. We suspect if they were followed up closely from Tonto Basin, it would be found they were driven to New Mexico by the way of Canyon Creek, and if the trails of those stolen from the western portion of this county were followed, it would be found they were driven south by way of Tonto Basin. When will the people have energy, vim and determination sufﬁcient to break up this gang? The existence of such a gang for such a length of time, when their rendezvous is so well known, is a burning shame and disgrace to our people.” - St. John’s Herald, May 26, 1887 By the time June arrived in 1887, horse and cattle thievery was happening so much that it was creating a stir throughout a number of counties. The pot was coming to a boil and it was just a matter of time be-
fore a full out war commenced. Sure enough, in August that’s exactly what occurred, as these headlines and clips show. “Three Men and Three Horses Shot Down In a Fight at Tonto Basin.” Arizona Champion, August 13, 1887 More Killing in Tonto Basin Apache Critic, August 20, 1887. Reports of killings still continue to pour in from the Tonto Basin country. It is said that the arms and ammunition to carry on the war are being furnished by some interested parties living at Flagstaff. - Apache Critic, August 27, 1887 More Killing in Tonto Basin John Graham Shot Down. Ed Tewksbury Killed by Sheriff Mulvenon while resisting arrest - Apache Critic, August 27, 1887 Sheriff Owens Kills Andy Cooper and his Brother, and Wounds Two Other Men Apache Critic, September 10, 1887 Return of the Deputy Sheriffs. – The Stories Concerning the Killing of Mulvenon False. – A Bloodless and Futile Pursuit of the Rustlers. - Arizona Champion, September 13, 1887 The remains of old man Blevins have been found in the brush at Pleasant Valley. - Arizona Champion, September 24, 1887 Lastly, there is the climactic battle of 1887. The exact details of which have been debated since. Reports from Pleasant Valley, the ﬁrst of the week, state that a ﬁght occurred on the
18th last between the Tewksbury and Graham factions in which Joseph Killingswood and a man named Middleton were killed and Thomas Graham wounded, all said to be members of the Graham party. A report of another killing, in which the ofﬁcers of the law took part, was received here Monday, which in substance is about as follows: On Thursday last at Perkins store, Pleasant Valley, Sheriff Mulvenon and posse of fourteen men in attempting to arrest John Graham and Charles Blevins were met with resistance by the outlaws, who attempted to make a running ﬁght, but before they could discharge their weapons were shot down by the sheriff and his posse. Blevins was killed instantly and Graham lived but two hours - Apache Critic, October 1, 1887 After that, things calmed down somewhat. There was still some killing going on but it was done more quietly and was not on the scale of that summer of 1887. Many people were arrested and trials occurred. However, that was not the end of the blood feud. In 1892 Tom Graham was gunned down in Tempe, allegedly by Ed Tewksbury, who was tried twice but never convicted. The war became the stuff of legend. Zane Grey wrote a ﬁctional account, To the Last Man, during the 1920s. Many other books have been written about the war with “facts” still being debated to this day.
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doscope was to turn the knob, A couple of months ago my dial and level (whatever it was husband and I went on a day on that particular model) to get drive up to Jerome, Ariz. to show a clearer focus of the array of our friends this well known forcolors inside. It didn’t matter mer copper town that once was how big or how tiny, the aim was the fourth largest city in Arizona. the same… look through the One of the highlights of the trip lens and begin to manipulate the was visiting the famous Nellie object to get a clearer focus. Bly Kaleidoscopes store – the FOCUS, FOCUS, FOCUS SIMONE LAKE largest in the world – where I was reminded of this trip to there were literally hundreds of Jerome when I heard myself say kaleidoscopes of every kind created by more than 90 kaleidoscope artists. We out loud…”OK brain, focus, focus, focus.” spent a lot of time in that store basically Something about remembering to take the looking at the same item but in a variety time to adjust each kaleidoscope, into of formats, colors, sizes, materials… we clear precision, every single time… no were all kids in a colorful candy store run- matter how big or small the item is… ning and picking up the next cool kaleido- Wow, what a excellent illustration… totally applicable to my life. It just resonated scope. The single commonality to each kalei- in my heart and brought complete closer
on the solution to my current situation of not focusing. It all started as I began my day silently reviewing my stresses, worries and concerns, my mind trafﬁc got the best of me and not only was it like busy rush hour trafﬁc… it had managed to barely miss a huge trafﬁc jam in my head. And it wasn’t because I had so much on my calendar to do or that I had larger than life challenges, instead, it was because I had yet to focus, causing a clearer respective focus of my kaleidoscope of colors.
FOCUS ON THE ONE
Turning 180 degrees, I begun the day again… listening to Crown Him With Many Crowns, originally written by Matthew Bridges. Fernando Ortega always manages to gently guide me to God’s throne to a place of praise no matter in
any situation ever! The soothing sounds of the piano and cello quickly order commands of my heart and brain to put all that mind trafﬁc to a complete halt exchanging it in salutes of praise, homage and honor for God Almighty. Heavenly focus always brings clarity. JOIN THE FOCUS
Crown him with many crowns, the Lamb upon his throne, Hark! how the heavenly anthem drowns all music but its own Dear Lord as the heavenly anthem drowns out all music but it own. Lord guide me in drowning out all this distraction of temporary distraction and keep my focus on You with wisdom and wise counsel for each situation. CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
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COVER STORY | TERESA McQUERREY
Splash IN RIM COUNTRY
Andreas Caraveo escapes the recent heat with a visit to the Rim Country’s East Verde River. Andy Towle photo
So, the monsoon has arrived — at least in a few places ... Not so much at my house; though when the storms are swirling around the area, the air gets pleasantly cool. It is still hot — and now muggy at times as well. So how do you keep cool in the Rim Country? Well, you know, there are all these great streams and creeks and lakes all around us and they are great for a splash or just dipping your hot, tired feet in the cold water coming off the Rim. Some places, like the East Verde, are good for tubing as well — at least for short stretches. Years ago, on occasion in the summer, my family and I would go down to the Natural Bridge and swim in the spring-fed pool they had there. The pool isn’t there anymore, but it probably had the coldest water I’ve ever been in — except maybe the surf off the central Oregon coast. There is something special about being near creeks. The air is different — it is part of what makes the spots so refreshing. The sound of flowing water is revitalizing too. Combine the cool water, the air and the sounds and not only can you take the edge off the hot weather, you can also get the benefits of a nice vacation over the course of just an hour or so. FOSSIL CREEK
Fossil Creek remains one of the most remarkable streams in Arizona and accessible from Strawberry down a steep, challenging trail.
Fossil Creek has become one of the most distinctive streams in Arizona in the five years since Arizona Public Service electrical company agreed to shut down a historic hydroelectric plant and return the water to the creek. Since the spring water seeps through fissures in ancient layers of limestone and picks up dissolved travertine, it gives the water that unearthly blue-green color. The travertine also precipitates out of the water, forming dikes and dams of drip castle design. It has also become the premier refuge for many native fish and birds. Facilities: No camping or fires along the creek, but great for day use. Access: From Payson, take Highway 87 to Pine and turn on Fossil Creek Road. Continue past all homes to a dirt road. The turn off to the trailhead lies to the right off of the dirt road. Parking is limited, so arrive early. The descent takes about two hours, come prepared for the trek with plenty of water, hats, lots of snacks and time. TONTO CREEK
Tonto Creek boasts great trout fishing in a succession of beautiful ponds that are stocked all summer. This easily accessible stretch of river perfectly combines water and scenery — but you’ll have to overlook the crowds. The lower reaches of Tonto Creek in the Hellsgate wilderness area offer an unforgettable stint of canyoneering. The river returns to civilization, often nearly exhausted, at Gisela, where it waits at the end of Forest Road
417 off Highway 87. Tonto Creek continues into Roosevelt Lake. Facilities: USFS campground streamside along FR 289 and at the FR 269/260 junction, with another along Christopher Creek at FR 260. The historic Kohl’s Ranch rents cabins. Access: From Payson, follow AZ 260 15 miles. EAST VERDE: WATER WHEEL
This little-known treasure just outside of Payson offers one of the best all-around swimming holes in Arizona. The East Verde River emerges from a spring at the base of the Mogollon Rim and flows down past Payson and to the Verde River. Houston Mesa Road and Flowing Springs Road offer ample access. Water Wheel offers the best single swimming hole, complete with a deep pool and 50-foot waterfall. A fire closed the area most people used to get access, but you search for parking after the bridge and first crossing and hike up to the stream. Facilities: Several campgrounds near the stream. Access: Take Highway 87 north from Payson toward Pine and Strawberry. Just outside of Payson, take Houston Mesa Road. Water Wheel lies between the first, bridged crossing and the second crossing, where the stream flows across the road. OTHER CREEKS
Haigler Creek lies at the end of a dirt road, but gets a heavy stocking of trout every week. A popular hiking trail winds through the forest alongside the creek. To reach Haigler, turn off Highway 260 on
the unpaved Forest Road 291, go three miles, then turn right onto Forest Road 200. You’ll come to a trailhead in another five miles. From there, it’s a quarter-mile walk to the creek. Christopher Creek sometimes all but dries up in a drought, but the Arizona Game and Fish Department stocks its small pools and riffles for most of the summer. To gain access, take the turnoff for Christopher Creek from Highway 260, then turn north onto Forest Road 284 toward See Canyon. You’ll find a campground and small pools full of wary fish, shaded by poplars and spruce. Horton Creek lies just one mile from Highway 260, just off the Tonto Creek Hatchery Road. Park at the Horton Trailhead and take the beautiful, two-mile hike through the trees to Horton Creek, which twists and turns through slots in the limestone beneath a forest canopy. The creek sometimes goes dry in its lower reaches, but push on upstream toward the spring to regain the splash of water and work the small pools for wary, wild brown trout. Canyon Creek offers soothing rewards for the adventurous, since it lies well off the highway. Head up onto the Rim on Highway 260 and just past the Young turnoff look for Forest Road 288. Go south to Forest Road 33 and turn east. Continue until you hit Forest Road 34 and turn left. That road soon crosses the creek. Park there and work upstream or downstream to enjoy the small pools.
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Smoking isn’t only cause of emphysema BY PAUL G. DONOHUE, M.D. Crunchy Baked Fish
Quick and Easy Chicken Dinner on the Grill
Grill up flavor Every big, juicy steak deserves to be seasoned with an equally big, bold flavor. Next time you fire up the grill, layer on savory goodness with spices and marinades. They bring out the natural flavor of steaks, ribs, roasts, burgers, chicken and fajitas. Start with a tender, savory cut and there is no need to marinate. Simply rub on a few complementary herbs and spices then sear in the goodness on the grill. Come up with your own combination or let the professionals do the work. Prepared blends, such as those from Mrs. Dash at www.mrsdash.com, are a quick and easy way to give guests great-tasting dishes, salt-free. After all, salt has nothing on the smokin’ flavor of Mrs. Dash Southwest Chipotle Seasoning Blend. Herbs and spices aren’t just for entrees. Shake some extra flavor on side dishes and appetizers. Marinades are sauces designed to flavor and tenderize meat, chicken, fish or vegetables. Building a great marinade is a matter of finding the perfect balance of oil, acid and seasonings. Some spend a great deal of time on trial and error in an effort to perfect their recipe. Others leave it to professionals and buy a prepared sauce, such as Mrs. Dash Spicy Teriyaki Marinade. A blend of salt-free seasoning with a touch of pineapple, it adds a kick to beef, chicken, pork or vegetables. Prepared marinades make your entrees juicy, tender and downright delicious. They also make entertaining easy. Place your protein or vegetables in a zip-top bag, fill with your favorite marinade and let it hang out until the guests arrive.
QUICK AND EASY CHICKEN DINNER ON THE GRILL Makes 4 servings; preparation time: 5 minutes; cook time: 12 minutes 4 sheets non-stick aluminum foil, 12 x 18 inches 4, 4-ounce boneless chicken breasts 1-1/3 cups instant rice 12 thin slices red onion 12 thin slices red pepper 1 small zucchini, thinly sliced 4 teaspoons natural butter flavor sprinkles 4 teaspoons Mrs. Dash Original Blend 1-1/3 cups low-sodium chicken broth Preheat grill to medium high. Place four sheets of non-stick aluminum foil on a flat surface. Turn up edges to form a lip. Place 1 chicken breast on each sheet of foil. Arrange 1/3 cup instant rice around chicken breasts. Arrange 1/4 of the red onion, red pepper and zucchini on top of each chicken breast. Sprinkle 1 teaspoon natural butter flavor sprinkles and 1/4 teaspoon of seasoning blend on each chicken breast. Add the balance of the seasoning blend to the chicken broth.
Double fold top on one end; pour 1/3 cup of the chicken broth into each package. Fold ends tightly, leaving room for heat to circulate and rice to expand. Place on grill and cook for approximately 12 minutes. Remove from heat; be careful of steam when opening foil. Remove chicken breasts to serving plate. Stir instant rice and vegetables together, place on plate with chicken breasts and serve.
CRUNCHY BAKED FISH Makes 2 servings; preparation time: 10 minutes; cooking time: 19 minutes Cooking spray 4, 4-ounce tilapia or catfish fillets 3 tablespoons Mrs. Dash Lemon Pepper Seasoning Blend Juice from 1/2 lemon 1/2 cup corn flake crumbs Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Spray cooking spray on 9-inch-by-9-inch-by-2-inch pan. Place fillets in pan. Evenly sprinkle tops of fish with 1 tablespoon seasoning blend. Squeeze lemon juice over fish. Toss corn flake crumbs with remaining 2 tablespoons seasoning blend. Carefully top fillets with corn flake crumbs. Bake for 20 minutes or until fish is fork tender.
CARROT SALAD Makes 6 servings; preparation time: 5 minutes 1 pound carrots, grated 1/2 cup raisins 1/2 cup chopped walnuts 1 cup low-fat fruit-flavored yogurt (pineapple or lemon) 2 tablespoons Mrs. Dash Onion & Herb Seasoning Blend 1 tablespoon packed brown sugar Combine carrots, raisins and walnuts in a medium bowl. Stir yogurt, seasoning blend and brown sugar in small bowl until smooth and well combined. Stir into carrot mixture. Cover and refrigerate until chilled and ready to serve.
FRUITY COUSCOUS Makes 4 servings; preparation time: 15 minutes; cooking time: 5 minutes 1 cup water 2 tablespoons natural butter flavor sprinkles 1/2 cup uncooked whole wheat couscous 1 teaspoon Mrs. Dash Original Blend 1/2 cup dried apricots, chopped 1/2 cup dried cranberries 1/4 cup slivered almonds, toasted* Combine water and natural butter flavor sprinkles in small saucepan; bring to a boil. Remove from heat. Stir in couscous and seasoning blend. Cover and let stand 15 minutes. Fluff couscous with a fork. Stir in apricots, cranberries and almonds just before serving. *To toast almonds, spread in single layer in heavy-bottomed skillet. Cook over medium heat 1 to 2 minutes, stirring frequently, until nuts are lightly browned. Remove from skillet immediately. Cool before using. Source: Mrs. Dash
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DEAR DR. DONOHUE: I work with a woman who claims she has emphysema. She smokes regularly and finds herself out of breath when coming up the stairs. She is 60. She says when she was 9, a local gas station near her home moved and, in the process, pulled up the gas tanks that provide gas to the pumps. The fumes from the move caused her emphysema. She doesn’t know anyone else with the problem, and there are no class-action lawsuits I can find that cite gas fumes from moving gas tanks as causing emphysema. Will you clarify and talk about emphysema? — E.E. ANSWER: Emphysema is destruction of the millions of air sacs that fill the lungs. It’s through these sacs that oxygen reaches the blood. One of the chief signs of emphysema is shortness of breath when active, as in climbing stairs. Emphysema is one-half of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, COPD. The other half is chronic bronchitis, an inflammation and narrowing of the breathing tubes, filled with pus. The inflamed tubes obstruct airflow into the lungs. The chief sign of chronic bronchitis is a never-ending cough. Smoking is the greatest cause of COPD, emphysema and chronic bronchitis, but not the only cause. In past days, workers in mines inhaling the dust were subject to emphysema, as were people who worked in cotton mills. Those who made a living in grain-processing plants also were subject to COPD. Now stringent regulations protect these workers. An inherited condition, called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, also leads to emphysema. Alpha-1
antitrypsin tells cells that scrub the interior of air sacs to stop scrubbing when the air sacs are clean. Without its signal, scrubbing goes on, and the air sacs are destroyed. I have never heard of emphysema arising in a situation like your fellow worker describes. She must be happy explaining her condition the way she does. Let her be happy. It’s her way of coping with the illness. She also must be smart enough to know that smoking is harming her greatly, regardless of her emphysema cause. The booklet on COPD explains this common malady in clear terms. Readers can order a copy by writing: Dr. Donohue — No. 601W, Box 536475, Orlando, FL 32853-6475. Enclose a check or money order (no cash) for $4.75 U.S./$6 Canada with the recipient’s printed name and address. Allow four weeks for delivery. DEAR DR. DONOHUE: What is the purpose of making all Coumadin users make a separate trip to a nurse for having their blood checked? It’s an additional charge that I cannot afford. Is there any other drug I could use? I am 93. — R.J. ANSWER: I imagine the procedure was instituted so the nurse can change your dose of Coumadin right away if the blood tests indicate that your blood is too thin or too thick. Coumadin is an anticoagulant that stops clots from forming; it really does thin blood. The medicine is prescribed when a person has a condition where clots form and might cause a stroke. Atrial fibrillation is such a condition. You can ask your doctor if you’re a candidate for the new anticoagulant Pradaxa. With it, you don’t need to have the same blood checks.
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C[N] DOUBLE ACROSS 1 Least distant 8 “Mr. Mom” co-star 16 Prefix with physics 20 Accept the opinion of 21 Was very meaningful 22 Word after New or golden 23 Compound in Tums 25 Part of FYI 26 “It’s ___!” (“See you then!”) 27 Put a flaw in 28 Run-___ (pioneering rap trio) 29 Fats Domino’s “Whole ___ Loving” 30 Departs in a ship 32 Man ___ cloth 35 Wrinkle-free textile fiber 36 Previous to, in odes 37 What women film directors and producers break through 40 Satisfied sigh 42 ___ the finish 43 Lilting tune 44 ___ dixit 45 “Pony Time” singer 51 Gorilla researcher Fossey 53 Delhi money 54 “Buddy” star Russo 55 Greek consonants 57 “All in the Family” in-law Mike 61 Kill ___ killed 62 Rumple 63 Former rival of Best Buy 65 Salt Lake City student 66 Robert Frost, e.g. 67 Requiring no prescription: Abbr. 68 Scientologist ___ Hubbard
69 Pooh-bah 70 School cutups 73 “___ Herr” 74 Sprint 75 Valorous 76 Revolting Turner 77 Bern’s river 78 All wound up 79 “And quickly!” 81 Numismatist 84 1995-2007 NFL lineman Warren ___ 87 America’s “Uncle” 89 Courtroom declaration 90 Sturdy tree 91 British newspaper puzzle 96 Sis’s sib 99 Loose overcoat 100 Like Jack Sprat’s diet 101 Rocked on the brink 104 Violinist Mischa or trumpeter Ziggy 105 Chairman of China 106 “___ for Innocent” (Grafton novel) 107 Not just stout 108 “Here we are ___ olden days ...” 109 Tendencies of a social group’s behaviors and beliefs 114 Congregate 115 Using indirect references 116 City noted for miracle cures 117 Give lip 118 Sticky strips with poison 119 Tortilla treat
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58 Bon ___ (playboy) 59 “Yea, verily” 60 2002 Lucy Liu sci-fi film 62 Sioux shoe 63 Dol. units 64 One of four archangels 66 Greek consonants 67 Above 71 Their bulbs produce lathers when crushed 72 Female WWII server 73 Colorful parrot 74 Unit of cards 77 “___ of robins ...” 78 Brewed drink 80 Lobbying gp. 82 ___ Lund Laszlo 83 Miner’s find 84 Shrieks 85 Shrinking Asian lake 86 Africans of small stature 88 Rand ___ (map maker) 92 Bronze-hued 93 Discover by digging, as a pig 94 Ear-related 95 Outcome 96 Starr or Lee 97 Lay dormant 98 Ukraine city 102 Doughnut’s shape 103 Critic Roger 105 Meditate 106 TV Soprano player Robert 109 Half-___ latte 110 D.C.’s home 111 Put a tear in 112 “Hail, Cato!” 113 Kanga’s joey
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) With new facts to work with, you should feel more confident in moving ahead. But continue to do so at an unhurried pace so you can spot details you might otherwise miss. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Taking on that new workplace project could be one of your smarter career moves. Expect a surprising show of support from someone who had always been a critic. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You might feel you’re too busy to undertake a new responsibility. But check it out before making any decisions. What you learn could persuade you to change your mind. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) You feel quite content enjoying all the comforts of home right now. But the urge to travel grows stronger, and by week’s end, you could begin packing your bags. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) A hectic period begins to ease up, but that doesn’t mean the Fine Feline can do much catnapping these days. You need to finish those old tasks and prepare for new ones. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Expect to get some good news about your financial situation by week’s end. But it could still be too early to rush out with a long shopping list of things to buy. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Your management skills make an impression on some workplace VIPs who might be looking for someone like you to take on an upcoming project. Good luck. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Meeting a former adversary might be unsettling at first. But time has softened hard feelings, and you could be on the brink of starting a new relationship. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) A troubling situation close to home might cause you to change your travel plans. But getting all the facts before you act might cause you to reconsider. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You might be quite alone right now in deciding to support a major workplace shift. But others will join you as new information supports your bold move. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) A former co-worker returns with news that could persuade you to reassess recently made plans. Be sure to consult with a trusted colleague before you act. PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20) Your motives behind a recent decision could be called into question by a rival. But once you present the facts, all doubts will be resolved. Enjoy an arts-rich weekend. BORN THIS WEEK: While you love being the center of attention, your generous heart allows you to share the attention with others. © 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.
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DOWN 1 Eastern potentate 2 24 bottles 3 Peal 4 In the preceding month 5 Where you grew up 6 Literary collection 7 Genesis name 8 Tranquil 9 Nostalgic, in a way 10 Port of Yemen 11 Camper’s shelter 19 Mother 21 Actor McBride 24 Salamander 25 Weep 26 Student’s assignment 28 Dien Bien ___ (Vietnam city) 29 One disinclined to do the town 30 “Eureka!” 31 Trawler need 36 Needlenose tool 37 Mornings (Abbr.) 38 Unopened 41 You and I 42 Scoff 43 Israeli airline 44 Get better 46 Garb for Superman 47 Elevator name 48 Choker location 51 “CSI” evidence
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REAL ESTATE HOMES FOR SALE F.S.B.O. 3BR/2BA. Great Neighborhood 1972 Mobile Home, 213 E. Chateau Circle, Payson, 1233sf, Appliances, Many Upgrades, $69,900. 323-301-0707 email@example.com INVESTORS: Payson’s Best View: 3Br/2Ba 119 E. Pine St. $75K ($800/mo) Avail. Aug. 1st. 928-474-4000 For Info and/or to see
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Order: 10065655 Cust: -Humane Society of Central Ariz Keywords: Animal Caregiver On server art#: 20111961 Class: General The Humane Society of Central Arizona is currently looking for a Size: 2.00 X 2.00 part-time animal caregiver. Animal Caregivers are responsible for the care and well-being of the animals (dogs and cats) at HSCAZ. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age; able to bend and reach, and lift and carry 50 pounds; control large dogs on a leash; work with a variety of cleaning agents. Prior experience working with animals is not required but strongly recommended.
Please send applications and/or resumes to 605 W. Wilson Court or to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please.
Very Private Setting Surrounded by Trees!
Move-In Ready 3Br/2Ba MF-Home, Privacy Fenced Too! Priced Right at $104,000. Call Anita Weisbrod, Dominion Real Estate Partners LLC, 928-978-2480 Stunning 3000sf, 4/3 in Middle RV on 1.2/3 Acres, Excellent Well, Even has Inside Pool, Possible Lease/Purchase, $285,000. 928-978-4011
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HOMES FOR SALE Riverfront Paradise
Sit on the front porch of this 2,000 square foot,3B/2B Home with a 600sf detached studio/officer on nearly 2 acres Overlooking the East Verde River. The river flows past the front porch and limestone formations tower out the back porch. Gigantic master bedroom suite with a fireplace and a walk-in closet. Pine paneling, giant living room, big picture windows, two fireplaces, 1.82 acres of boulders and oaks. Plenty of room for kids and visitors. Listed at $319,000 for one of the few riverfront properties in Arizona. 548 W. Eleanor Dr, East Verde Estates. Call: Realty One Group, Deborah Rose-Ellis (928) 978-0063 or Deborah@sellspayson.com
LAND FOR SALE BEAUTIFUL 1+ACRE, Lower Round Valley, Flat, Usable, Backs to Forest, Great Well Included, Just Minutes to Town, $69,500. Terms. 928-978-4011
MOBILES FOR SALE 1983 Golden West DoubleWide, 28x52, 3Br/2Ba, Fair Condtion, $6,900. to be moved. 817-240-7884 Foreclosures: 30 Homes, both New and PreOwned to Choose From, Free Delivery, Call Bronco Homes, 1-800-487-0712 Great Opportunity to own your own home 2Br/1Ba, $4900, OWC w/$1500 down payment, 928-978-3880 or 928-978-6057 REPOS: 2, 3, & 4 Bedrooms, Starting from $9,989. Call Bronco Homes: 1-800-487-0712
RENTALS APARTMENTS FOR RENT Apartments For Rent
Tonto Oaks Apts. & Mobile Homes
120 S. Tonto St.
COME CHECK OUT OUR AFFORDABLE, UP SCALE BEAUTIES
LARGE & SUNNY 1BR/1-1/2BA 2BR/2BA
ON-SITE LAUNDRY, EXERCISE ROOM, COVERED PARKING, GARBAGE P/U INCLUDED
Call Cindy for availability (928) 472-9238
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
Rezoned,Remodeled and Ready, In Pine! 800sf Interior, 600sf Covered, 500sf Metal Building. Kitchen, ADA Restroom, Alarm, Air, Awesome! Rental Info/602-463-5665.
Rim View OFFICE PARK, Executive Suites, Payson’s Premier Office Space, 708 E. Hwy 260, 928-472-7035.
CONDOMINIUMS Four Seasons North Beautiful 2BD/2BA, Hook-up 2nd Floor,Balcony Overlooking Pool,Tennis Courts,Storage Locker, Covered Parking $750/mo, Avail. Aug. 1 928-970-1215
HOMES FOR RENT 1119 N. William Tell Circle 2Br/1.5Bth Home for Lease $800.mo + $400.Deposit, First/Last, Avail.Now Contact Ruben @ (602)931-2510 2BD/2BA + OFFICE Handicapped Accessible,Garage + 2/Carports, Fenced Yard, Appliances, $850/Month + Security Deposit, Credit Check Required! 928-517-1011 2Bd/2ba, Cute, Bright House, Close to town, Nice Neighborhood, Wrap Around Deck, Fenced Yard, $695.mo, Call 888-900-7570 3BR/1BA, FREE ELECTRIC & WATER! DUPLEX, PINE ,Yard, new carpet, D/R, Living Rm, Garage. $890. + Security Deposit. Owner/Agent 480-248-6144 Downstairs of Home For Rent 1000sf, Furnished, One Person, $550.mo + $550.Dep. Utilities Included, By Hospital, Call Mark at 928-951-3439 Extra Nice-Great Neighborhood, 2Br/2.5Ba, Den & Carport, W/D, Refrigerator and Stove, Pets-No, $875.mo + Dep. Call 626-287-4104 For Rent Again: 1213 N. PONDEROSA CIRCLE 1Bdr/1Ba.,Enclosed Sun porch, Treed lot, New Paint Inside/Out, New Refrig. & Stove Work-shed, Storage-shed, Fenced-back-yard, Pellet-stove, W/D., $625/mo+deposit 928-472-7125/928-970-0130
make the move to ASPEN COVE! 2 Bedrooms/2 Baths 2 Bedrooms/ 1.5 Baths Washers & Dryers Covered Parking Pet Friendly
801 E. FRONTIER ST. #46, PAYSON, AZ 85541
Very Nice & Clean 2Br/1Ba, Great In Town Location, Includes Cable. $650.mo + Deposit. Call Martha 928-951-5521
Rent this Riverfront Paradise The huge front porch overlooks the East Verde River. The back porch overlooks an acre of boulders and oaks. The 2,000-square-foot house has a gigantic master bedroom suite with a fireplace. Guest bedroom has its own bathroom, with two bonus rooms downstairs. Huge living room/dining room off hickory paneled kitchen. Fish the stocked stream out front or stroll downstream to swimming holes on Forest Service land. Asking $1,400 a month. Come by and check it out at 548 W. Eleanor Dr, East Verde Estates. Call: Realty One Group, Deborah Rose-Ellis (928) 978-0063 or Deborah@sellspayson.com
In town/ quiet/ 3 bd/2.5ba./bonus room/ 2C Garage/kitchen appliances/fence/walk/parks/sc hools/ $989/mo. + dep Pets/Pet Fee 928 474-2724 or 602 358-1722.
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Payson’s Best View: 3Br,2Ba $800.mo, $760. if Received before the first, 119 E. Pine St. Avail Aug. 1st, 928-474-4000 for Info/Showing
MOBILES FOR RENT 1Br’s & One Studio/w Utilties, Security Dep. Plus First Months Rent, Pets-No, $425 to $625.mo 928-978-3775
MOBILE/RV SPACES Payson Twin Lakes MHP 903 Granite Dells Rd sp16 premium lake front lot for mobile/trailer maximum size 10X40. Quiet, peaceful 55+ Park $335/mo includes water,sewer, basic cable, trash 602-319-1757. Rye RV Park: 1 Bedroom, $250. to $400. Per Month, Laundry on Site, Water/Trash Included. Spaces $200.mo. 928-275-1502
ROOMS FOR RENT
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Female looking for mature Female roommate. Nicely furnished, 3 bedroom, 2 bath home in Forest Park. Smoking-No, One Dog-maybe. $400 + 1/2 utilities. Email: JPLPayson@aol.com (or call 928-951-2335 and leave a message)
928-474-5251, ext. 102
Reliable Mature Clean Person to Share 3B/2Ba House w/1 Car Garage Space, On Suite Bathroom Included;$450.mo + Utilities w/References, 928-300-3447
Lease a Lifestyle
Responsible Roommate, Nicely Furnished Bedroom, Den , Own Bath, Kitchen Use, Utility Room, Carport, Direct TV, Utilities Included, Smoking-No,$500. 928-951-6300
Cornerstone Property Services www.cornerstone-mgt.com
HOME TO SHARE ON 5 ACRES IN STAR VALLEY 3 Private rooms, Ladies Only, No smoking $500. per mo. each ($500. sec. dep.) Complete house privileges Sharon 928-978-0527 IN PAYSON, Quiet NE Area, 3Br/2Ba, Very Clean, New Paint, Carpet and Blinds, Easy Care, Fenced Yard, Garage & Storage, $895.mo, 602-647-2014 Or 928-468-1068
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Focus on the Bible’s promise FROM PAGE 5
Awake, my soul, and sing of him who died for thee, and hail him as thy matchless King through all eternity. Dear Lord cause my soul to sing in the midst of my concerns acknowledging that You are high on your throne for eternity, there is none other higher. Cause me to be faithful in giving you praise for dying on my behalf. Crown him the Lord of love; behold his hands and side, rich wounds, yet visible above, in beauty glorified. Praise be to You Lord that because of Your great love for me and faithfulness to the promise of Abraham, You fulfilled Your promise to Your people. No angel in the sky, can fully bear that sight, But downward bends his burning eye, at mysteries so bright. Lord may I learn from the angels in their quest of praising you. May my eyes gaze at you in awe of what you have done on the cross. Crown him the Lord of life, who triumphed o’er the grave, and rose victorious in the strife for those he came to save. Praise Your name Lord that You have conquered the grave of death triumphing in great victory causing my life to be eternal with yours. Lord may I cling to you in all things in all ways knowing You are my Savior. Thank you Lord for conquering the grave All hail, Redeemer, hail! For thou hast died for me; thy praise and glory shall not fail throughout eternity Praise be to Your name precious Lord, your fame and glory will never fade but instead will last forever and a day in eternity. Lord may I keep this focus, Your focus, on You in perspective of my earthly life that will fade and eternity that will never fade away. Keep my heart and mind in a place of persisting You in praises and prayers. Crown Him the Lord of years, the Potentate of time, ? Creator of the rolling spheres, ineffably sublime. Dear Lord for eternity you will reign! Praise be to Your holy precious name! All hail, Redeemer, hail! For Thou has died for me; ?Thy praise and glory shall not fail throughout eternity. Yes Lord praise be to Your name for dying for me. Thank you Lord! Your Turn to Adjust Your Kaleidoscope What is your focus these days? Are you overwhelmed with all the happenings of life? Will you trade your mind traffic for praise to the One on high? Worship Him in His holiness! Seek Him and He will respond! Praise Him for who He is! © Copyright 2012 Simone Lake. All Rights Reserved. © Copyright 2012 Deep Roots in Christ Ministries. All Rights Reserved ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Simone Lake is a Christ follower, bride of Pastor Dr. John Lake, Bible teacher and a passionate prayer. Visit her: www.simonelake.com, www.deeprootsin christ.com, facebook, twitter and LinkedIn