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SUPERIOR SUNSuperior seniors have BBQMila Besich-Lira Superior SunPage 7Volume 91 Number 23Periodicals Postage Paid at Superior, Arizona 85173Wednesday, June 10, 201550

2 Superior Sunwww.copperarea.comJune 10, 2015OBITUARYLloyd Thomas ‘Ticker’ Andrews Jr.Lloyd Thomas “Ticker” Andrews Jr., 47, passed on May21, 2015 in Superior, from an unknown cause.As a child, Ticker rode steers in the junior rodeo. As hegot older, he took an interest in dirtbikes and motorcycles.In more recent times, he was quite an artist, he liked topaint beautiful portraits of mountain & tree landscapes.He liked to play darts. Tickler attended school in hishometown of Superior, until his freshman year where hethen attended school at Apache Junction High School.He worked and took classes at MCC and CAC in hisearly twenties. He served an apprenticeship as a heavySuperior Funeral Homeequipment operator and as an electrician he has workedin Arizona and in Washington State.Lloyd is survived by his parents, Lloyd Andrews Sr.and Sandra Irwin- Doyle; sister, Lori Jean Andrews;daughters, Megan Lynn (John) Andrews, Katrina JeanAndrews and Dallas Louise Andrews; son, Jaylet ThomasAndrews; grandchildren, Nathan Cole, twins AdamAsh and Mason Rain, and Bella Rose; niece, Amber KayAndrews; nephew, Cory Lyle Andrews; and great niecesand nephews, Holly Jean, Kendray Jay, and Jacob Wayne.Ticker was well-known throughout the community forbeing very helpful and for being a clown. He loved to makepeople laugh, he liked to tell jokes and do impersonations.Ticker was very generous and befriended everyone.Serving all of your Funeral, Memorial,Cremation and Pre-Planning NeedsThe Superior Sunwww.superiorfuneral.comJames Carnes .Advertising ManagerMichael Carnes . General ManagerJennifer Carnes. Managing EditorMila Besich-Lira.ReporterNina Crowder . ReporterJohn Hernandez.Reporter379 South Ray Road, Superior(520) 689-2692Rob Bulman, OwnerDedicated to providing services to the families ofthe Copper Corridor with care and compassionSuperiorFarmers MarketOPEN: Monday thru Friday4 a.m. to 10 p.m. Saturday & Sunday8 a.m. to 10 p.m.Fried Chicken, Pizza & DeliUSPS erarea.comFind us at Facebook.com/CopperAreaFollow us at twitter.com/CopperAreaComPublished each Wednesday in Superior, Arizona by Copper AreaNews Publishers. Subscription rates in advance: 35.50 per yearor 31.50 for 6 months in Pinal County; 40.50 per year or 36.50for 6 months elsewhere in the U.S. Change of address should besent to the publishers at P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85137.SMOKE SHOP & MoreMember: Arizona Newspaper Association,National Newspaper Association.Second class postage is paid at Superior, Arizona. Postmaster: Addresschanges to The Superior Sun, P.O. Box 579, Kearny, AZ 85137.Breakfast BurritosTelephone (520) 363-5554Fax (520) 363-9663M-F 4 am to 10 am 2.99798 Hwy 60 Superior, AZ 520-689-5845“There are numerous countries in theworld where the politicians have seizedabsolute power and muzzled the press.There is no country in the world wherethe press has seized absolute power andmuzzled the politicians”—David BrinkleyServices will take place on June 13 at 10 a.m. upstairs atthe Los Hermanos Restaurant and Lounge, located at 835W US Highway 60 in Superior. Interment will follow atthe Fairview Cemetery in Superior.Pinal CountySheriff’s ReportThe Pinal County Sheriff’s Report is taken fromthe daily logs, based on the information provided bydeputies. All persons arrested are presumed innocentuntil proven guilty in a court of law.June 1Theft was reported in the 500 block of S. Avenue D, SanManuel.June 2Frank Holguin Soliz IV, 40, Oracle, was arrested in the 900block of E. American Ave., Oracle, on a warrant for driving ona suspended license and two warrants for failure to appear.He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail inFlorence.Burglary was reported in the 300 block of E. Fifth Pl., SanManuel.Fire was reported in the 500 block of S. Tierra Verde St., SanManuel.Fire was reported in the area of N. Hwy. 177, Superior.June 4Theft was reported in the 1800 block of W. Harold Dr., Oracle.June 5Fire was reported in the area of E. Piper Springs Rd.,Dudleyville.Theft was reported in the 2000 block of W. American Ave.,Oracle.Criminal damage was reported in the 2000 block of W. CalleEncanto, Oracle.Violation of a court order was reported in the 39000 block ofS. Horse Run Dr., SaddleBrooke.Theft was reported in the 100 block of W. San Pedro, SanManuel.June 6An accident without injuries was reported in the 24000 blockof N. A Diamond Ranch Rd., Kearny.Criminal damage was reported in the 900 block of W. FirstAve., San Manuel.June 7Vehicle theft was reported in the area of N. Hwy. 177 and E.Florence-Kelvin Hwy., Kearny.Theft was reported in the 56000 block of E. Ray Junction Rd.,Kearny.Fire was reported in the area of S. Veterans Memorial Blvd.and S. McNab Pkwy., San Manuel.Burglary was reported in the 100 block of W. Fourth Ave., SanManuel.Fire was reported in the area of E. Oak Flats Rd. and E. Hwy.60, Superior.

June 10, 2015www.copperarea.comSuperior Sun 3Superior Police ReportAccording to state law, police may arrest suspected offenders by two methods. The suspect may be physically takeninto the department and booked into jail,or the arresting officer may write a citation and release the suspect to appear incourt later. All suspects are presumedinnocent until proven guilty in a court oflaw. Only criminal citations are listed.All damage amounts are estimates.Items are given to The Superior Sunby the Superior Police Department andreflect information available at the timethe report is compiled.May 29Richard A. Peralta, 23, Superior, was arrestedin the 500 block of Valentine St. and wascharged with criminal trespass, threatening/intimidation and two counts of criminal damage.He was cited and released.Michael A. Salazar, 35, Superior, was arrestedin the 200 block of Main St. and was chargedwith driving on a suspended license. He wascited and released.An accident without injuries was reported inthe zero block of Stansberry Ave.May 30Derek L. Araujo, 43, Superior, was arrestedin the 400 block of Picket Post Dr. and wascharged with possession of drug paraphernaliaand possession of dangerous drugs. He wastransported and booked into the Pinal CountyJail in Florence.May 31Jonathan D. Easly, 31, Superior, was arrestedin the area of Santa Rita St. and Empalme St.on a failure to appear warrant issued out of thePinal County Sheriff’s Office. He was transported and booked into the Pinal County Jail.June 2Stephanie A. Armenta, 29, Superior, wasarrested in the 800 block of Western Ave. andwas charged with trespassing. She was citedand released.Vehicle theft was reported in the area of Hwy.60. The case was turned over to the PinalCounty Sheriff’s Office.Theft was reported in the 600 block of Lime St.June 3Theft was reported in the 600 block of Sonora St.June 4A juvenile arrest was made in the area of Hwy.60.Eustacio R. Curtis, 29, Superior, was arrestedin the 800 block of Hwy. 60 and was chargedwith theft. He was cited and released.Theft was reported in the 700 block of Hwy.60.Calls not listed include traffic stop (16), inforContinued on page 102012 Chevy Traverse LT2014 Dodge Charger SEV6, Auto, A/C,Fully EquippedWas 23,6504 Cyl, Auto, A/C,Fully EquippedWas 19,475NOW 24,695NOW 19,495NOW 16,295AWD, V6, Auto,Dual A/CWas 26,9952013 Chevy Captiva LS#3054#30842013 Dodge Journey SXT4 Cyl, Auto, A/C,Third Row SeatWas 19,7502001 Nissan Frontier Crew XE2004 Ford Mustang CpeNOW 8,195NOW 4,995V6, Auto, A/CWas 10,750NOW 17,395#3083#3070#3043V6, 5 Spd, A/CWas 6,450#3088We’re proud partners with Ray Federal Credit Union to help you get affordable financing.We support ASARCO employees! Come in and see how we can help you.Horne Dodge Chrysler Jeep Nissan1-888-409-00272046 E. HWY. 60 GLOBE, AZ. 1 888 409 0027On approved credit. Price plus tax, license and 299 dealer doc fee. MPG HWY.Subject to prior sale. Sale ends issan.com

4 Superior Sunwww.copperarea.comJune 10, 2015Pinal County Supervisors adopt tentative budgetFLORENCE - On a three to two vote, the Board ofSupervisors adopted the tentative budget for the 20152016 fiscal year.The tentative budget of 421,507,779 is more thanlast year’s 378,079,096 due to newly financed capitalprojects that include the Public Safety Radio System,Superior Court Expansion, Hunt Highway and IronwoodRoad/Gantzel Road improvements. The Boardadopted a 59 million dollar bond package to financethe aforementioned projects in November 2014. TheGeneral Fund operating budgets were reduced by 4percent. This is in addition to 2 percent cuts that weremade earlier in 2015.Even with a higher budget than last year, PinalCounty’s share of every dollar on a resident’s tax billhas dropped from 31 percent in 2011 to only 25 percentin the current year. Other entities that are on thetax bill include local school districts, Central ArizonaCollege, Cities and Towns along with other locally taxingdistricts.Chamber ChatSUPERIOR, ARIZONACHAMBER OF COMMERCE“LIKE” US ONPinal County residents will continue to seeimprovements on several projects. Hunt Highway’sPhase two construction is anticipated to be completedin September. Phase three is currently under design.Construction on a new crossing at Murphy Road on theMaricopa-Casa Grande Highway began on Wednesday.Major repairs to the runway at the Pinal Air Park willbegin this summer. The airport master plan will soon becompleted for the facility, located west of I-10, that willlay the groundwork for leases to increase revenue for thecounty.In the tentative budget vote, there will be a 20 cent taxproperty tax increase following several cost shifts bythe Governor and State Legislature that totaled nearly 5 million. For every 10 cents of tax money raised, thatamounts to 2 million in tax revenue.By law, once the tentative budget is adopted, it cannotbe increased. On Wednesday, June 24, the Supervisorswill hold a hearing to adopt the final budget.************** AUCTION **************Our mission is to promote business, the Town, and the quality of lifein Superior and surrounding areas.With summer here and the winter visitors gone it’s even more important that we tradelocally. Please support your local shops, restaurants and service businesses. Thesebusinesses create jobs and keeps the money in our local area.WR Livingston Farming Inc. - Farm Machinery Operations1642 Main Street - Brawley, CaliforniaJune 17, 2015 - Wednesday - 9:00amINTRODUCING THE MEMBERS OF THE MONTHFor further information contact:Charles F. Dickerson, Inc., International AuctioneersOffice: 575-526-1106 Cell: 575-644-7445E-mail: age: www.cfdauction.comDREAM MANOR INN - A beautiful boutique resort in Globe, with lovely rooms,wonderful views, pool and spa. Weddings and Events are our specialty. 928425-2754, email: [email protected], website: www.dreammanorinn.comBFESATCOMOPS – High Speed Internet for rural Arizona. Fast, Reliable andAffordable. FREE installation for the month of June. Call 928-961-4614.MAGIC HEART PRODUCTIONS – Professional clown and mime for Birthdays,Grand Openings and Events. Kozzi Kozmos “A real space cadet”! Call KeriRichards at 480-982-4500, email: [email protected] STAR STUDIOS – Mosaic tile classes, The Artist Way Classes, unusualbeading, art studio, home tours (the 3 story house on Magma), boutique sales,weddings, parties and events. Call Marilee at 602-291-0550. Email: [email protected] OPTIMIST CLUB was founded in 2005 as a club within OptimistInternational. The club hosts the annual honor roll banquet which awards laptop computers to honor roll students and the Miracle on Main Street holidayevent. The club will be hosting a casino night fundraiser on August 8, 2015. Theclub welcomes new members and meets on the first and third Tuesday’s ofevery month at Edwardo’s Pizza at 6:30pm for more info contact JoAnn Besichat 520-827-0592.WWW.SUPERIORARIZONACHAMBER.ORG 165 W. MAIN ST., SUPERIOR 520.689.0200Good Selection of Tractors-JD-Case, Planters, Tool Bars,Mulchers, Disks, Cultivators, Plows, Mowers Shapers, Tanks, Rippers,Trailers, 1929 Mercedes Kit Car-Unassembled (Body in Crate), Manuals,VW Running Gear, Engine Rebuild to Put Together and Much, Much More!EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIESSY 2015-2016Second Mesa Day SchoolCertified Positions: 10 MonthCERTIFIED TEACHERSSPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER(Self-Contained)GIFTED AND TALENTED TEACHERLIBRARIAN - HOPI LAVAYI TEACHERClassified Positions: 10 MonthONE-ON-ONE MULTI-HANDICAPPED ASST.SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER AIDEClassified Positions: 12 MonthFOOD SERVICE MANAGERPROCUREMENT TECHNICIANAll positions are eligible for full benefits:Health, Dental, Vision, Life Insurance, short-termand long-term disability and 401K retirement plan.For further information please contact:La Rae HumeyestewaBusiness Technician/Personnel928-737-2571

June 10, 2015www.copperarea.comSuperior Sun 5Local artists gatherTWO NURSING INSTRUCTORPOSITIONS OPENEASTERN ARIZONA COLLEGEEAC is accepting application packets for these Full-Time positions:Nursing Instructor - Thatcher CampusNursing Instructor - Payson CampusExcellent salary and benefits packages offered.Local artist and business owner Marilee Lasch invited local artists in Superior to a party in her home studio lastweekend. The intention of the gathering was to connect local artists for friendship and collaboration on possibleart projects in the community. For more information on collaborating with other local artists, contact MarileeLasch at (602) 291-0550.ACTOS?If you have been taking ACTOS(Pioglitazone) and have been diagnosed withBladder Canceror are experiencing the following symptoms:Blood in Urine, Urinary Urgency, Pain inUrination, Back or Abdominal PainCall us immediately at 877.369.8800,as you may have a legal claim.Your personal, professional consultationis FREEMoeller Law Office3433 E. Fort Lowell, Ste 105Tucson, AZ 85716While this firm maintains joint responsibility, most cases arereferred to other attorneys for principal responsibility.To learn more about the position requirements & find information on applying,visit EAC’s employment site at:http://www.eac.edu/Working at EAC/list.asp or call928-428-8915. Position closes on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.EAC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.JOIN THE AIRES TEAM!!!AIRES has been providing services to children and adults withdevelopmental disabilities, as well as the elderly, since 1978.Our mission is to help the clients that we provide supportsand services to live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.We know that the key to our success is finding great peopleproviding person-centered supports to adults w/special needs.Hiring in the cities of Tucson,Casa Grande, NW Phoenix &West Phoenix includingBuckeye & Avondale, Prescott &Prescott Valley, White Mountains,Lakeside, Show Low & Holbrook,Sierra VistaOPEN WEDNESDAYS!New Patients andEmergencies Welcome!We have entry level Caregiving positionsNo experience requiredWe accept insuranceincluding AHCCCSWe also are hiring 2nd & 3rd levelSupervisor positions(520) 689-2191Visit us at www.aires.orgfor a list of open positions and to [email protected](For urgent dental needs, sister offices located in ApacheJunction and Globe. Call today!)

6 Superior Sunwww.copperarea.comJune 10, 2015Simple precautions by motorists can prevent wildfires;ADOT provides tips for drivers to reduce wildfire dangerAs temperatures heat up, the ArizonaDepartment of Transportation is asking driversto take extra precautions to prevent roadsidewildfires.Low humidity, high winds and hottemperatures are a dangerous combination thatcan lead to the rapid spread of wildfires. Morethan 50 percent of wildfires in Arizona arehuman caused according to the Arizona StateForestry Division.“We are all responsible for preventingwildfires. Drivers should take a few extraprecautions to prevent roadside fires fromigniting,” according to Arizona State ForesterJeff Whitney. “It can be as simple as ensuringyour trailer tow chains are secure and notdragging on the ground.”ADOT suggests motorists follow these tips toprevent wildfires along Arizona’s roadways: Avoid driving or parking your vehicle in tallgrass. Never throw a lighted cigarette out of avehicle. When pulling a trailer, attach safety chainssecurely; loose chains can drag on thepavement and cause sparks, igniting roadsidefires. Look behind you before driving away fromfire-sensitive locations such as areas withtall grass or campsites to check for signs of adeveloping fire. Observe “Red Flag” fire weather warnings.These warnings are issued when weatherconditions are conducive to the easy start andrapid spread of wildfires. Always use a spark arrestor on internalcombustion engines.Drivers should also remember these tips whendriving through smoke from wildfires: Drive with lights on low beam. High beamswill reflect back off the smoke and can reduceyour visibility even more. Look out for slow-moving and parkedvehicles. Other cars may be traveling slowly dueto reduced visibility. Emergency vehicles maybe parked along the side of the road. Increase the distance between your vehicleand the vehicle in front of you. Don’t rush orspeed to get out of the smoke. If you’re having trouble seeing the roadway,use the right edge of the pavement or thepainted edge line stripe as a guide.For more on wildfires, visit azein.gov, thestate’s online source for real-time emergencyupdates, preparedness and hazard information.Another source for wildfire information iswildlandfire.az.gov, which is supported by acollaboration of federal and state agencies.Thank You From The Superior Little LeagueThe Superior Little League Board would like to thank the following sponsors, coaches andvolunteers for their generous donations of time, resources and money.These supporters assisted over 150 athletes for the 2015 Season.SPONSORS:Resolution Copper MiningDBacks Youth Jersey ProgramRed Bear OutfittersOMYA5D MiningAlonzo FamilyAnderson RentalsAnonymous/Boeing EmployeesBarreras FamilyIra HollenbeckSommer FamilyArizona Water CompanyBruce & Tweedy ArmitageCapstone - Pinto Valley MineCarlota Copper CompanyCementationSuperior Chamber of CommerceFreeport McMoRanIn Memory of Raul & CatalinaSanchezIrene Morris, His & Her HairKnights of ColumbusLos HermanosNavarrette FamilySuperior Optimist ClubPorters CaféSouthwest GasSuperior Unified School DistrictLouie RabagoConestoga RoversSuperior EnvironmentalSolutionsNative EnvironmentalIn Memory of Art “Jap” RamirezSuperior SunCOACHES:Robby RealJoseph NavarroJulian NavarroSonia EstaticoSteve EstaticoMichael AlonzoFrank SanchezNathan DuarteBrian OatisJaneen DuarteRichard TonerLouie PeraltaElias OlmosTommy LopezKristina LopezAlicia Santa CruzRobert SommerCathy SommerRudy JimenezRandi VillegasCharlie PachecoLupe TamayoTyler AllisonJoseph LopezFonso DuarteRuben DelgadoSivanna LopezChella PreciadoTheresa SestiagaIra HollenbeckMireya HollenbeckDesiree QuirozSteve LopezToni LopezEdwardo LopezFelicia CamposJose LiraMiranda DavisPhalicitee ThomasUMPIRES & VOLUNTEERS:Joseph Diaz-GonzalezEric FritzAustin NavarretteAndrew LopezSammy LopezGage CruzMario LopezJoseph LopezPaul RabagoBruno GodinezJesse LopezGabriel CastilloDiaz-Gonzalez FamilyCasillas FamilySommer FamilyEstatico FamilyAlonzo FamilyNavarrette FamilyArmida DenogeanBrittney DenogeanRosemary SanchezFrank SanchezWilliam SanchezNellie PerezKelli CardenasDee RabagoMark RabagoPatricia EspinozaNathan TaylorTerry VillaverdeLucy FritzMs. MooreMs. Rua-BerdineAkira Deno