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June 24, 1982

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xJO COPPER NEWS, page4 Two peoplehad close call in Gila Bend Tar pit This tar pit behind the Space Age Lodge in Gila Bend came close to claiming the lives of Eldena Manuel of San Lucy and her young daughter, Victoria, two weeks ago, Ms Manuel, her daughter, and her son, Jeramie, were allegedly riding with David Manuel of. Ajo when their pickup Dr. Doster will be at the AiD Animal Shelter 1331 W. Clymer Mon., June 28 4 pm to 6 pm ran head on into a tree behind the SpaDe Age. Ms Manuel and her daughter fell into the tar pit when they attempted to get out of the truck; her young son remained in the truck. The young mother managed to climb out of the pit with her baby and go to the sheriff's substation where the tar was removed and Ihey received firsl aid. She and her two children were later flown to a Phoenix hospital for further treat- ment. The alleged driver. David Manuel, was later picked up by sheriff's deputies in front of Mud Puddle Ceramics where he had fallen asleep. Photo by the Gila Bend Sun. Chuck's Body Shop & Radiator Service 902 N. 2nd 387-6593 Thursday State Squire The average American spends more food than for any other item in o--,cers.o,00 meeting here Hosts for the state NewStereoA Columbian Squires of- ficers' meeting hereSatur- Live D. J. day, June 19, were Michael Welcome (Mick) Waltz of Tempe, iMickS, Julie state Warden elect, and past State Squire director Y Richard (Dick) Smith of Becky-Boo Avondale, and Mr. ancl y Mrs. Kenneth The ink was barely dry on my column bemoaning my dearly beloved's em- migration when a white pick-up with a camper pulled into our driveway and he was home again. I wish I could say that he was home for good, but my tall, bald, homely knight in blue demin workclothes may have to drive his white truck into the Texas sunrise aain. If we're lucky, he may find work a little closer to home--within week-end or month-end commuting distance--and I'll be able to keep my favorite garbage hauling service. I can see us now, sitting on the porch on Sunday evening, staring at the stark stacks jutting against an empty sky and hoping we'll soon be seeing the sunset painting smelter smoke with a rosy glow. Then, as he drains his cof- fee cup, my dearly beloved will stand up, sigh, and say, "I'd better hit the road, honey. I'll try to get that garbage hauled off next month." It's still going to be a long summer. Copper Coffee Shop closes Lyle Baler has closed; theCopper Coffee Shop on the plaza in downtown Ajo after many years of business in that location. Phelps Dodge Mercan- tile has tentative plans to open a bar and restaurant in the same location. Company officials were in town this week to assess the sit uat ion THIS YEAR'S VACATION L00ST YEAR'S PRICE!I! $ 2 90000r"oom (1-4 Persons) Kerber of Tempe. Many issues were discussed during the two and a half hour meeting. Due to the absence of the State Chief .Squire and other out of town mem- bers, it was decided to postpone the elections for state officers until Sep- tember of this year. All present state officers will continue in their capacities until the elections. Two state officers from the Father Kino Circle 2893, Lonnie Young and Jose Castillo, and all the Squires, counselors, and others present had lunch during the meeting. Next regular meeting of the Squires will be Sunday, June 27, after the l0 a.m. Mass. Due to other ac- tivities going on over the week-end, the Father-Son acliviqes will be held at a futuredate. The next regular meeting of the KC Council, the first to be run bv the new Grand Knight Bernie Ramirez, will be Thursdav, July l, at the Council l-iome'at 7 p.m. all relatives Come Party with Fri. June 25 The Backs Hot'l. P.J. Pease, Dental Clinic Paul J. Pease, D.D.S. DENTURE DENTIST 2415 W. Main, Mesa, Ariz. 3 blocks west of Tr! 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