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Smithy and Wesson .38 caliber pistol, and three expensive knives. A break in discovered Sunday at the Sundowner trailer park netted the thieves $175 in currency, a Kachine picture valued at $100, a god's eye worth $25 $25, and a $15 alarm clock. The victim was Nancy Ramon. A GE cassette AM-FM radio combination, the property of Tom Barrick, was stolen from a car in the VFW parking lot, it was reported Friday. Vandals also did their ,, dirty work. A car park parked at the Hot'L suf- fered about $400 damage when a tire was slashed and a door dented. On the more cheerful side, a car parked at the Pizza Hut rolled down the slope and ended partially on the highway, but was not damaged at all. Local sheriff's officers also assisted the U.S. Customs people in stop- ping a car which had crossed the border at a high rate of speed. Thursday, Burglars enter [m"/"" ID.E.Gre.enisnewPDvicepres. [ ' " .... ,, store th. rough [ | Phelps Dodge Car- Waterhouse. i !.,... poration, the nation's Mr. Greene is a Certified '"..' . roof window second largest copper Public Accountant and producer, has announced holds twodegreesfromln- [ bster'slivealuteightveats'-- Burglaries in Ajo have the election of David E. diana University, a J.D., L decreased innumberinthe Green as Vice President- Cum Laude, and a B.S., 1 , _ . /_  / past two months or so, if- Taxes & Financial Magna Cure Laude. He is I//C-      ter several suspects were Analysis, effect January l, responsible for tax plan- removed from Ajo, but -" ' 1983. ning and the admin!star- I J CO W they have not been 77/AN VO/,) I,$/A ) Mr. Greene, 33, is tionof Phelps Dodge s tax S squelchedBurglars wentaitgether'through the I- -'J-/VvI  I currently Assistant Con-and financial analysis fun-ICh ",stmas Dam skylight window at [///'/'P'/""'-J troller&DirectorofTaxes, ctions, and in his new He joined the company in capacity will continue to r KlJban's store on the Plaza Jose M. Pazos, 19Sl after working for report to Edson L. Foster, I Wednesday night or early PepsiCo Inc. as Director V,ce 00oo- I cemb Thursday morning of last PD retiree, of Tax Planning since troller. He resides Frl. I De er 1 7 week, and made off with a 30-30 Winchester rifle, dies in Sonoita 1979. Prior to that hewasa inGreenwhich, Connec- a Tax Manager with Price ticut. Jose M. Pazos, 77, a 30 year resident of Ajo, died Friday, Dec. 10, in Sonoita, Sonora. Mr. Pazos was a retired truck driver for Phelps Dodge Corporation. Mr. Pazos was born in Sonoita, the son of Jose Maria and Franica Celaya Pazos. He came to Ajo 30 years ago, and had lived here since. Surviving him are his wife, Eulalia Valenzuela De Pazos; two sons, Aurelio C. Pazos of Sonoyta and Gerardo B. Pazos of Rocky Point; one duaghter, lnez B. Pazos of Rocky Point;' four brothers, Claude Pazos of .... let, Calif., Richard tijo of San Pedro, '., Eleazar Celeya of , and Manuel Ortiz of " :nix; and five sisters, Hcrminia Morales of Sonoyta, Julie Lewis of Coarse Gold Calif., Cruz Weybrauch of Hemit, Calif, and Mary Lou An- tone and Hilda Meeden of Ajo. Mass was set for 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Im- maculate Conception church. Rosary was to be recited at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Douglass Funeral Home chapel. It is always safe to assume, not that the old way is necessarily wrong, but that there may be a bet- ter way. Mr. and Mrs. Santa Claus will be at the Sears Store Thursday, December 16.23 from 2:30 p.m. through 4:00 p.m. Tey wiil be also be v,s,ni "  " from 6:301hru 8:30 p.m. Knights of Columbus Christmas @ance Thursday, December 23, ! 982 8:00 p.m. to 12 midnight Recreation Hall Music by: LOS MARIANOS ORCH. Phoenix, Arizona Joe Castillo -: Musicby Renegade N o Cover All of us at J.C.'s wish you a beautiful Christmas and a prosperous new year. Open Christmas Day / / / / / / / // THIS (X)IYO) BE IItE SIAI00 OF SOVIEq00II00 BIG. / / / / / \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; '\\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; \\; Introdu(00g Valley Bank's new Gt00AccounL Saving money isn't easy. But saving for a specific goal-like college, a new car or even Christmas shop- ping money -should be. And with Valley Bank's new Goal Account, it is. All it takes to open a Goal Account is $5.00. Then you can make deposits of any amount at any time, Service- which means that a cenam amount can be regularly deducted, from. your checking account - and deposited into your Goal Account automatically. Your money will earn 5A% annual interest compounded daily. And there's no service charge as long as you keep at least $5.00 in your account. You can make one withdrawal per quarter at no charge. So whether you're a big ver a' :: VOtmV 9eror just .tart{n your first savings account, takea look at Valley Bank's Goal Aomunt. Your $5.00 could be the start of something big. If you wish to lake any pictures 1[ T_ 11| __. lkT-- L_- A|