Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 3, 1951 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, April 3, 1951
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LAS CROCKS (M M ) SUN NEWI ions And.Guests Roar With Glee Li Annual April Fool Party Here nerever 'you 'find the . : Lions ib' Sympathy;qrchejtra'-- you facfun anil'' fopli'ahneia. · · ' . ' . ! rVnd'Monday'night, was certain- · ·'."line exception: " ...'. : -.,·,,-,.;. ^"""Sitore'than-too" 1 and --Iwtii gathered .'at the New Mas- Ail] A*M : college cafeteria for ll AWi than three hours of the most ' .entertainment seen here ,TM«* .iu«tf, long time. ' : iiindi ^jjd the whole party was topped I.M. vfitha-flhe Bteak'dinner. . .Ca.4rh'e : occaslq.n for all-the fun and " cl]|c wa»',the annual-'Lionfl CluB Ylntii Fool pdrty. . · . tlwrjt special entertainment - features ' -A" htded an impromptu, .unrehears- « »el ,1,11 m, which' AtM . College "« 4«ident v Jolili W.'Branson; Lions ! n .d 4s. iJcsaWeli-and" Kep. -Jess i/*" .WafdSon. were.principal actors; Jliimb ,ilaMous.minstrel show ·pre.wnt- ,·*» .' by members of .'the BPOB.-Does, Using i ,-'the. Sympathy Orchestral A " : ich'.needs no description hi'New d" 0 4-he : - guests of honor at last Vs.; festivities, were .Dist. .40 ...'Ivan Johnson" Bayard, and P^'Hl. '0 Secretary .Tommle Foy, " |_ tetlier wltii-their .wives. i 1--Lhei/resentatlves were present ! : itateljii · ifonsiVlclubs ''In. beminif, ';. CountilclC.ta Mesiir Alaniogordo, Ani, ( ' INjmy.'aml the El I'oso IWeU'ol I In tiill).--,; ··: ." · ·..- " { Ch'ebuiinf. the- night'/s enterlain- (i No.'mt, : with .Master of Ceremonies .' f nunle J." Graham in charge, pre- jj Notljtaticm of gifts for service were to ;-Lipn: Jim" Nelelgh and PARTY LINES T. Marquess is in Chicago visit,hg his mother who is celebrating iier tM Ih -birthday. Mr. Marquess a an inspector at White Sands. Mr. -alid Mrs. John Ledbctter have as a visitor, Mrs. Lcdbetter's brother, G. J; Dorris, Clovis, who is on his way lo California. ' COMING EVENTS Alamcda.P-TA will mqct at 2:30 tomorrow. There will be 'an Instal. lalion of officers. * · S ha r o n Kay Romerbergar, daughter of Mrf and Mrs. Wayne H. Romerliergcr, Upper Colk-jjc Road, will bfrnr an acrobatic specialty dance, Thursday and Friday, nights,'' at the Junior high school. ·i of Mojjtrict Governor Johnson, iiitratc. -. -.: · ' ' ; --« ±lianist Charms Sfege Audience i Recital Merer same by law This talented. Con- The - lovely, and . met Keene brought the Las Cm- Murc 1 Community Concert Associa- a 'close, last night · T.h a, well-rounded program' 01 i ^music.'' ^ : . : ; ' . s'Keene opened her projram Holds Couples Meeting The monthly Ladies' N i g h t ' o £ 20-30 club was held at the Circle Cafe : last nij;ht. and featured the largest' attend;mre to 'gather at such a -meeting-. ' .In the short business meeting, membersV^volcd to cooperate in posting largr: .sign boards on the ,four "roads leading into I.AS Cruces. .The, bum-da will bear the names and meeting; days of local service club chapters. Plane wete discussed for " the forthcoming 20-30 district convention to be held in Santa Fe the first weekend in .June. Jl was voice! to present Safety Sully highway signs to Lhe Mesilta Park school. The signs are to be delivered in the near future. Couples :ittending the meeting included the Messrs, ami Mcs- dames Ralph Green, Robert No- and, Stanley Gallup, Al Apodaca, Jonnld Tfiylor, Rob, Charles Warren, Walter Fllllngame, and [Ooniild iSecor. MemberK Herman Paston, Joseph Telles, Shannon Emmons, and John Knop attended. . Special guesta included Stuart Meerscheiilt was n. special guest. Vice-president John Knopp was chairman of the meeting in the absence of President Pete Hardy. Couples enjoyed several .rounds of canasta at conclusion of the business meeting. She be on the program, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, to obtain n USO room for members of the armed forces. . Sharon Kuy is a pupil of. the Uutli A. Pcrltin-; Studio nf Dancing. Mcsillu Park P-TA will meet tonight for a ."Parents* Night" program. The speaker, Dr..L. L. Camicn, will discuss "Social ProblcniK of a Child". There will be special music and n social hour. Hostess rooms will be Mrs. Olinger's .sixth grade, Mrs. Saman- icgo's sixth grade, and Mrs. lieck- cr's first #rade. . C° J itiariy'" critics ; as: arrionr his 1910, (iatJ-s'i wo'rkH ; for.'the, jilano. New ij^o'VimpVomptuH .by··· .Schubert *regulsj re'.' followed by. ..Codbwsky.'s fice, fena.". Abram Chasins' "Three Lands iihese Pieces" were next. thehi||kllgfl Keene concluded her pro- im Chopin. Kirsi j Jlayed .his six-' preludes, then rnprorriplu ,in -F" sharp major" .n $f .t'h,e;mpat beautiful .ami o'rig*- UJf. Chopin's works, anil finally fht ; ' a"' .' ll Baiht*e - in G/'mlnoi-." ie.- : · ifenslUve interpretations id 1 ;powerful, 'technique shown by Iss. Keene '.broMjht. (Jemanda. for ftteriefl 1 of-,encores from, an audi- ·:e; that --was completely captl- tert"; by ' both s the. performance d.'p«rsbnality of A-:capflcity',aii(l[p.nce filled Bran- ^n.:A*u(Htoriun) for Miss Keene's Beta Sigma Phi Holds Initiation . Four pledges were iniated Thurs day. March 29 by Bela Sigma Phi The initiation and R i t u a l of Jewel vcre held at the home of Mrs i-Tarry Parsons. Initialed wel : c: Mojia EwiiiB, Floence Hailfingcr, Naomi Cramer nd Kdnn Conley. Members in tht Ritiml of Jewel were Elizabeth Davis. Dorene Kragcr. and Colleen Earnett. % Members present at the meeting were Mrs. Parsons, Betty Steven son, Naine 'Langlinais, Billy Wood Chris Cavanaugh; Dorothy'"Stro man, Mary Alice Jones, Ethel Ba Uer and Opal Graves. The house was decorated with spring flowers. Following the ini tiation nnd ritual, deaert was scrv ed. Beta Sigma Phi next meets to night, when members will gathc at the home of Nadinc Uinglinai.' Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Paz, Mesilla Park, announce the birth 'of a son, Randall George, April l, at Memorial General Hospital. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. G. A. Pax. l-:is Cruces. Matprnnl grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kirsch, St. Louis, Mo. Small applications of boron on some '.eastern U. K. fields help the growing ol' alfalfa. . GOOD EYENIHG PlMiant Lisiening K O B E ', USO On.Your Di«l ; tONIGHT.-TUES. ':M.- / ^ :80 ening Buyers Guide fi:00" Straight 'Arrow r,':30 Sky,King 8:00»» Gabriel Heatter '111 bi:30-' Let's.Waltz Ail i!:H6 ' ,.ui''News' lncludlj:50. Sport Cast · ; td'-the ir66*« -Bill Henry atid the The ·; ·; ."News . . . · · . bids i!r:00 : : Civil Defense -Program DAT 7:15. Concert Miniature i^o, tl7:i-'i Eddy Arnold , . 1951. {7:30'"; Mysterious Traveler l SEAl8:Od . Alo for' Leisure , ES:i5" j; Ldye' A Mystery.. . i La l 8:30 Counl of Monte Cristo lb . J9-00- UP News ' Mutual ;Newsreel 'B:30 - Stirllght'Concert p/i 10 ' '. NO' ':BS» Pun Mutual'Reports the. News , '" DiOO ' . Sign Off . I ·TOMORROW ---WED. A.-.M. ' ' .- . ' .."·' "' ''""""·18:00 UP. News - :. ' ', " y *"1B:«5 Ei'Corrldo Me'xlcann °, the J7;00«» Robert·Ilurtelfh ' s(on ofjj.jr, Farm. Family UP News Trading Post . ·First Baptist Church Gather Round,' Klda -News The jg:30 Mornlrigr Buyers' Guide tuallJDiOO . Morning: Devotional theS:'l!i' .. Three Suns . incs^)|2ri News. 2. TP!30 . Queen for a Day nn^OOf* Kat« Smith Speaks **"" T*anny Ross.. ' News " FaoVi fe.Pun.for Kveryone Ijghtcriist Doiiithlwys CiedHc'Foster . . . Vincent l^oprz Tony. Fontaine Jackpot .Tamhoree · Ul^NtwS 1 ; · · ' . IMS Cmces Film, Calls Real Estate Loans w. J. LITTT.E Improved City Piop«rty Farm* -- R*ockM First Natlcmtl B«nk Bldf. Phone 270 or 1305 TRICKERY IS HOT UNITED TO APRIL MM.IRTAWAYS LIFE IS FULL OF CUNNING AND DECEIT. jocal Delegate Returns From Dallas Meeting Mrs. Ma'ria'G. de Prieto returned Thursday from the international onvcntion of the Alliance of Pan American Round Tables held at Jalias, Texas, March 20th and U. . . ·,'..; The Alliance la an organization vhich aims to provide mutual knowledge, understanding a n d Country club with the foreign del-; he Western Hemisphere. It also fosters all movements leading to L higher civilization, especially .hose affecting the women and jhildreri in the Western Hemisphere. Organized In 1G Countries At present the Alliance .lias tables in 1G countries and hopes in the* future to organise t a b l e s ' i n the rest of the 22 republics of this hemisphere. The-members of the Pan Ameii- can Tables study the literature, language, customs, und follt lore )f other 1 countries in 'the'belief that only" through education will we achieve peace nnd understand- Purity ssssftstsaetssf^^ w m a^ JL^^iiS^S^, TM Wv ] - - / , HALF FARE FAMILY PLAN Wh*n you or yout *.!(* liwyl a lull fan tkltl lor Monday TueiJay o; Wednetdoy. your family ton Ry villi you (or half !oi« (oppKei loot) ihiUjtn undit 22.) II bolh par- ·nti go. one fliti al hall far*. Ont child unrJei two It ·tordtd ff*t. Cttii your (ravi'l agent'or 132. Picket office »l Alrjxirl tommtnm Tiro: A. I ft. S. . T. ' 3. 0;ir,. ' ' ·nrm ^itxiivP ' HJ "Mommy wants to know if you have anything to go to the cleaners." PHONE 402 TODAY For Pickup and 'Delivery Service! K O B E '-V«r f . A MCTP St.llon QUICK SERVICE CLEANERS inj, amonj, tho ptople of the It I significant that the fint Pan Ameilean Round table \\n oiganUed in San Antom fe\aa in 191G long before'.'this country thought of adopting;, the Good Neighbor Policy.' . . FonMjpi IMfgatcH In Coslunic · The Climax of the convention was a - d i n n e r . f l t the Lakeside Gun try clu with the!- ngatea dressed in the costumes of :hcir respective countries; The consular corp attended as-special guests. - . New officers elected were: general director, $lrs. Ollmpiu Varclo y Varela, Tegucigalpa, Honduras; 1st assoclute director, Mrs. I-. G. Wnltrlp, Dallas, Texas; 2nd associate director, Mrs. Conchita Cos- tnnedo do Lopes. Havana, Cuba. 3rd associate director, Mrs. Julia G. Fui'je. Mexico, Di F.; 4th associate director. Mrs. Willium Lucas, Mrintcrrcy, Mexico; secretary, Mrs. Mari'fi G. tie Pricto, Lna Cruces; treasurer, Mrs. Arthur Ortiz, El Paso, Texas; historian. Miss Ana Elvira Grumu;, Sun Jose, Cast: Rica. The next convention will probably be hold' in Central America. Henry Narvaez Is Honored At Birthday Party A birthdaj party was held in honor of Henry F. Narvaez, Jr., April 1st. Henry was six years old March 2Stii. ' ' ' The children enjoyed games nnd entertained each other with finngs and poems. Prlscilla and Fabian Samanlego, Jr., song- and gave two Spanish, dances. They also %von n game prize apiece. Leonardo Granillo. Jr., won the prize for breaking the traditional plnatn. Guests present were: Fabian, Jr., Priscllla and Gilbert Samaniefo, Johnny, Jr., Raymond and Ilosie Apodaca; Dolores.and Mary Frances Ramirez; Dannie and Dickie Morales: Bobbie and Margaret Andrada; Freddie 'Aguilar; Arluro and Henry Haran; Tony, Jr., Gloria nnd Grace Anaya; Chlto smith; jfceer and Jaime Qazaji. Jennie. Margaret and .Tony Ampsquita: Leonardo. Irene and Tony Gmnlllo; Tommle Enrlquez; George Chavez; Florence, Olga and Oliva N'arvaez; Corinnc Ognz and the honoree's sisters, Juliette and Tiitarciilosis Rate Doubles In State During February SANTA FE.lffi--·Tuberculosis doubled in February ^l over February 1050, stale health direcl- or James R. Scott reported luil.iy. Dr. Scott said there were 132 new cases of TB reported in Now Mexico this'last February, ns compared to 60. in February of 1U50. Seventy-seven .of the new February 11151 cases came front other states and r5 originated in New Mexico, "as far as !t is possible to determine," Dr. Scott reported. He also broke down the iicw cases into the following age group occurance: Infants under one year, f» cases; 1-4 years, 10; 5-9 years, 8: 0-14 years, 4; 14-19 years. 8; 19-2-1 years, 11: 24-29 years. 16; 29-34 years, 14; 114-39 years, 14; 30-44 years, 0; 41-49 years. 4; 40-54 Deiores Ann. Mesdamcs Alfredo Emlquez, Leonardo' Granil'.o, Sr.. Jesus Am- csqultn. nnd John Apoduca, Sr. The guests were served cake, nuts, candies nnd punch by the hostesses, Ophelia Tvlae Dominpl- ez and Maiy Mapdelenc Narvaez. Sword Sivallowirig 7,s Recommended''*-'*' As A Time Passer · SANTA ANA, Calif. WrV'-^Bor- etl? In search .of a hobbJ-?£ ; Tr.y, sword swallowing. Marino cailXJMU* Joseph Baumer^.._£. Bauiner, 22, stationtsd at 'the *El" Toro Marine Air Station,. to6k up fiword swallowing as a Iiobby while working as ii roustabout in a N'ew.- ; Jersey, .amusement pn»:k; iNo^-vhi i 11 dozen blades in his, amn- , teur act. They range from a 2-1- , Inch sword to a J 2-inch saw which , he makes disappear iv-th Lhc, ft^ j of » mallet. His favorite stunt Is swallowJnff two swords with a lighted eij(flr- ctte. between them. Bcme, the name of the capital of Switzerland, means "Bcui". Record Relief for SOUR STOMACH I i TUMS Vo* TMt TUHMt These Folks Once Suffered, Too! Don Piblo suffered froni annoying Guy H. lltnisley suffered stomat'h distress. · C a t r t l t WHS run-dnwn, had nu appetil*. HADACOL Relieves The Cause Of Stomach Distress, Aches and Pains, Weak/ Run- Down Conditions and Nervousness When Due to Deficiencies of Vitamins B,, B^ Niacin and Iron Why Settle for Symptomatic Relief When HADACOL Can Help People With Such Deficiencies? Don Pablo, /omoui orclieitra Itaier, 1S319 Putllimi, Dnrail 23, · Wic/t.: "Since 3 I broke .my wrist I1 had been suf- I f e r i n g w i t h i pains, especial- I ly w h e n the ( w e a t h e r " changed, and it s e e m e d that nothing would alleviate il until recently I t r i e d HADA- · COL, and 1 was amazed by the results. Now I always keep a bottle to replace the empty. Being a bandleader and pianist wh'cre my wrist is essentially used, I am.very grateful to HADACOL. Now I can bring to the public the music they enjoy and 1 enjoy playing it myself." ,Wr«. Daaglai A. Cairclt, f. O. Bo* 3S4, Hi. 3. .tfnMlc, A\a. "I l a v e a g o o d w o r d t o s a y about HADA- COL for it ccr- ainly seems a miracle to me. My son, Wayne, v h o i s eight years old, was CO n s i d e r a b l y mdenveight -n fact, he wore f a size four shirt. Someone sug- ----. gcsled that I give, him 11AUA- COL. After taking four large bol- les Wayne is no longer under- veight. Now he gets up early and le has a good appetite . . . he eats lettuce, cabbage, carrots and ·icons. He hasn-'l missed a day rom school. Tlijinks lo HADA- CHT n. Homier, 611 Hill Si. San WHO, Calif.: "1 am 40 years of age and have had a nervous stomach condition for q u i t e s o m e t i m e . C o u l d n ' t e a t h a r d l y a n y thing. Back in my home town, I bought a bot- j , tic of HADA- {·;-'·. COL a n d be- ]. .-v fore the f i r s t ^ bottle was gone, -I could tell a difference. Then 1 came to San Diego and couldn' 1 set it here. I sent bark lo Atlanta for it. Now, thank God, they have it on the market here and I have a supply In my house. Not only that but I'm telling all my friends what HADACOL has done for me. 1 sleep well, eat anything can get and feel wonderful, could go on and on praising HADACOL, it's done so much for me." MANY DOCTORS UCOMMEND Richard Kmbilt, 3119 MurjleU RomJ, Toledo 1-L Ohio: "[ am nn p p r e n l i c e pharmacist and go to the University of Tox . edo. My daily r c h c d u 1 e i s ·cry rigid. Go- nfi to school nil time and vorking a f t e r chool until 9:30 gels pretty tiresome. 1 \v a s g e t t i n g tired-and run-down keeping pace wilh all 1 had lo do. Jiein}- married and having a family. I am compelled lo work nfler school. I vork in a pharmacy here in Toedo. After selling HADACOL icre in the store I dccirica I'd ry it. You have no idea how nucli it has picked me up. I'm telling you truthfully, HAOACOL s the answer to all my tiredness Antelmo l'alin-it», 911 thinly St., ..oiifliuri. Tfxnt: "I had suffered [ r o m a b a d cold. I did fitl over my cold, sui it left me in a poor, weakened condition. I luiiked energy. had no appetite, iind'fell generally run-down. !' rea.1 .about decided to irv it lo see if it · r ~ · · . would help build me up like i had so many cjlhfi' jicuplc, A friend of mine presenttd mo. will a buttle and J began to lake it Very scon I noticed an Improve mcnl in the way I foil. I bcgm to eat better und regain in;, energy und^slrenjith. ^ ironiinuci f nergy and s t r e n g t , wminuct nking HADACOL and soon fel iiiii. I n m still laking HADACOL and am going to continue taking It for 1 believe that by eontinuou use o( llvis wonderful HAD AGO! that 1 w i l l , keep on feeling'fine 1 not only lake UADACOIr-m (airfily tauea it, too. We can no praise il enough." MM. L, A. Stullin, rt. iV., Kuiif* 3, ttox 20-1, .Mctidenhnll, "I have been giving HADA- COL to my two children, a g e s five and seven. They did not e a t a s t h e y should. S i n c e R i v i n B them H A D A C O L they feel better antf eat more than they have *· ^ · in y lung time." ' V * from sitting up late at night doing homework after I come home from work. I'm doing my best lo recommend HADACOL to the customers I wait on here in the store who complain of circumstances Unit equal mine. Already 1 have won customers on HADA- COL in the short lime I have been taking it." Mi-1. rrnnk r. Martina, 5524 JTii-k/irU Drier, Apt. B, NtH Or- fcniu, f.u.t "I:mi · a h o u s e w i f e, ; nge 27, taking '- c a r e o f m y . b a b y w h o is · 3li years old. I " wasn't able lo take care of my baby and do my w o r k a t the sa m e time. I . was . a l w a y s f e e l i n g run- , down.and very ~': neVvdUs U n t i l ! tried taking HAD- ACOL. Well, believe me, I hivi only beun taking it for two and a half months nnd have experl: meed a wonderful change for the belter. I don't feel nervous or run-down any more. I feel and cut lot better. Thanki to HADA- COL." SENATOR DUDLEY J. LeBLANC, Whose Tireless Efforts For Relief Of Suffering Have Broight Humanity Today's Great HADACOL Senator LcBlanc in all of his political activities has always championed the cause of ihe oj)- presEcd, and the poor and un- ·Jerprivilegcd. He was the first cimdidate for G*vcrnor to advocate » jtpecilic Old ASV Punsinn - . - and todny in Li-iiiisinna, lu is known its Hie Father of the Old Aye Pension. In Hit; course nf hif long, lorn. 1 fight he has had his rrilk's, but to those who opposed him he has continually stated, "If you do not believe In Old Age Prn?ions. remember (he mandate of the I.nid Himself--'.lltinur tliy-Pathcr und thy Mother t h a t thy dnys may be long upon the land which the '..ord thy Hot! glveth lliee.'" Senator LcUlunc is known as j friend of tlie veternns. llv. \n- lioduceit and successfully pulsed the taw that ocatud the State Sr-rvifc Commlsaionpi 1 whose duty il Is to see thai every service mar. receives hia just corn- pcns^lion from both State and Federal Ko'vermnents. His activities in public life in behalf of the workinn man nre loo numerous to mention here. It was only natural that in his sincere desire to serve t'.ie people, that Senator I.i-Ulanc Would seek and find a product that would lend to nrfisl the poor nnd nilinfi, that would help them lead a more happy and contented life. His tireless study and effort resulted In today's wonderful HADACOL. Why Wait? Why experiment, why give up, why suffer frunl n lack of Vitamins H., B,, Iron and Niacin'/ Why not make up your mind to start laking s t n alor Dudliy J. Lillanc HADACOL today with the positive assurance that it will help you if you . , , , . , . . . suffer such deficiencies or (lie Senator will olodl]/ lend back i/pur moiicu You liavu to be satisfied, and since Senator LeBlunc n«i proven bv his pasl activities that he Is your friend, you know you can depend on what he says and what he does. Ask for HADACpL now. Trial »lze, $1.23; larse family economy size, $3.90. Substitutes. ThMVi Only On* Tru« H A D A C O L

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