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M6nakyEr*nlng,'April IB 1951. LAS CHUCKS (N. M.) SUN-NEWS; NEWS CLASSIFIED,'ADVERTISING · Minimum Cfeargo " : Me Fint Time 4c per HoW Subsequent Charge Sc per uord AH tluslfled tifla mu*t be in by 10 A.M Monday through Frltli to insure', publication In that day issue., ^Classified., advertising .for ,'Sunday'H jwper 'must be'in by 10 A M Saturdaj morning Cash must accompany order on all- classified ads except to throe having regular display advertising charge accounts. All classified iidvertlsliig must be scheduled fur.a deadline period; one day or more, and I f . ordered and set there will-be no refund. Ads. must be scheduled a definite number o f . days and, no refunds will be made.on classified advertising. Any 'claims fur credit' or additional insertions 'of classified ads due. to erroru occurring: In advcr- tlament must .bu made day following publishing of advertlse.- . PHONE 33 oi^S* "_^ ILLEGAL NOTICES JIN* THE 1'UOBATE COUKT OF DONA AN*A COUNTY, NEW -MEXICO In the Matter of the Last Will and- Testament of C. Brittinghar.i, , Deceased. No. 1818. NOTICE OF THOBAT1NO WILL ·TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:' Notice is hereby given that the last will and testament of C. Brit- · tingham, deceased, was on the Tth day of April, 1951, produced before the Clerk of the Probate Court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, opened, rend and filed . by said Clerk, and that May 4, 1951, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the courthouse in Las Cruces, New Mexico, is the . time arid place fixed by said court for proving said laat will and tes- .tament. All persons objecting to the proving thereof are notified to be pres- ' ent before said court at said time 'and place and show cause, if any they have, why said will should not be admitted to probate. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said, court at my office at Las Cruces, New Mexico, this 7th day of Apri), 1951. (Seal) B..G..QHAVEZ, Clerk, Probate Court. Publish: April 9, 16, 23, 30, 1951. " . OF ADMINISTRATOR | - Notice is hereby given, that.the undersigned was appointed administrator of the estate of- James Edward Brown, also known, -is Ed Brown, deceased, b y ' t h e Prohnte Court of Dona'Ana County,, New Mexico on April 12,. 1051, and that all persons having claims against said'estate should prepare^and present the same to the undersigned at 137 Wnat Griggs, Las Cruces. New Mexico within six months from April 16, 1951; otherwise the same will be barred. . ' · WITNESS MY ha'rid this 13th day of April, 195.1. ' , l _' ; Ted Alton Brown".'''-. Administrator Pub: April 16-23-30, May 7, 1951. THE STATE OF NUW MEXICO Call For Bids Scaled bids will be opened in the office of State Purchasinp Agent, Capitol Building, Santa Fe at 11:00 A.M., M.3.T. on April 26.1951 foi the purchase of two month's meat supply . and various groceries for thi) State Tuberculosis Sonitorium Socorro; Jind on April 2V, 1951 for 3250 Booklet. Form "Superintendent's Annual Reports 1 ' for the Department of Education, Santa Fe. Bid blanks and specifications are available from G. T. McWhirter, State Purchasing Agent, Santa Fe. Pub: April 16, 1951. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT I OF ADMINISTRATOR NOTICE is.given'.that thy undersigned has -been;-appointed-"by the probate Count .of p.ona-.Ana. County, N..M.,ancl has/ duly', qualifier as administrator o f ' t h e .estate-ol DONACIANO ' R. TORRES, deceased, in'proceeding No. 1821. -Al persons having claims against, the estate of said "decedent are required to present-the'same-to the undersigned at 702'N: .Church St, Las Cruces, N. Al. · within six monihs from April 16, 1951; otherwise the same will be barred. Dated at Las Cruces, N. M. this 14th (lay of April, 1951. - (sgd) Lawrence Torres Administrator Pub: Apr. 16-23-30, May 7, 1951 STATE OF'NKW MEXICO CERTIFICATE OF FILING United States of Amcri'cn State of New Mexico . SS. It Is Hereby Certified, that there was filed for record in the office of the State Corporation Commis · sion of the State of New Mexic on the 5th day of Aprils A.D. 195; 10:30 A. M.' ' , CERTIFICATE of DISSOLUTION Of RUIZ PLUMBING , COMPANY INC. '·'·''' ' The RUIZ'PLUMBING COM PANY, INC., a corporation, orgn tiled under the Laws of New M'cx ico; lind a duly executed conscn in writing Unit- said corporntloi be dissolved; and this Commisslo being satisfied that all of tho re qulrcmcntd' of section 54-601, Ne\ Mexico Statutes Annotated, Com pllaUon of 1941, relating. to,,Ui voluntary. (llftwtitlon of corpora: lions hftvc hr»n duly complk-tl · ffani nu0 1-- LEGAL NOTICES with: NOW, THEREFOR!-}, this , " Commission; hereby, certifies that sai( coi-ppvatipn.'has. been dissolved- and Notice (Hereof shall be published Iri.an-affldavit'of publication file v, tth the Corpot ation Commis sion' as. required : by Law. (Section M-501' New, Mexico Statutes, 1^41 Annotated 'and · all : acts amentia tory thereof), The: principal, office 1 of said cor )oration. ; in this .State is in 940 'orih Main Street, Las Cruees, New Mexico, an'd the '_ agent in tiarge thereof' and upon whom service may be made -is George M. Biel,- Las'Cruces, New Mexico. ,(25966) , ' ' M Testimony Whereof, 'the State Corporation Commission of the State' of" New Mexico' has caused i\3 certificate to be signed by s Chairman and the seal of said Commission to be affixed at the City of Santa Fe on this; oth 'clay of April 1951 * Dan R. Sedillo Acting Chairman (SEAL) ' ' Attest: Cosme L. Garcia Clerk Pub April 16 -23 ; 2-- CABD OF THANKS · We thank our many f7-iencl.s- ant neighbors for all the kin'rlnefisea" urtng our recent time of sadness the floral offerings were greatly ppreciated. - Claude Brown and Family Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. DicK Harrison Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cunningham. 10-2p-ll S-- SPECIAL NOTICE IRRIGATING WEIfliS. CLEANED 125 cu. ft. now compressor $5.00 hr. Bunch's Realestate, 1401 E. Arizona, ph. 1630-R. 1-tfn USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and sold. F.urniture Exchange. 130 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O US Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. m. 1-tfn WHY BUY., IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. . 1-tfn SEWING MACHINES, NEW AND used. We repair, all' makes. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. 318 N- Main. Phonb 677. 1-tfn Watch for our Big Birthday Party coming up May 5th. We will be 8 years old then. "Red" Brown will be here to entertain you. : You remember him, of .course, -- he's the comedian with the $400.00 Guitar that entertained - ' us . when we ' had our grand opening. last fall. He might bring his jrood : 16okirig wife along, too -- she plays the accordion. She's the musicfan of the family'-- .."Red" is the black sheep play boy. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store - · 10-3C-12 CLOTH COVERED BUTTONS and buckles , made from your material. Pearl snaps ami studs placed on shirts and blouses. Quick . Service Cleaners. 131 North Water. 1-M-W-Fri-tfn ^X. BIG CHIEF ^ GUNSMITH | Earl Jones Bays: \IJ7 " P u p p y d o g 'Y · friendly animal. /\ Wags both ends ·/3A when p l e a s e d . /L8{ Let mc flx ^' OUr /UJ^V'A B un - Thcn ' y° u (_/ \ " ) like puppy dog-' ^""y. pleased!"-' LIARS' LODGE ' 108 S. Main , Ph. 1028-W. . 1-tfn .' Does Your -Roof Leak?' '' '" . ; V CALL 700 ; V .SW 'Construction -Co. ' " '· FREE ESTIMATES, . -' - '' .'·' · -. "-.': ';'.'. ?-«" 7-- HELP WANTED. EXTRA M O N E Y - -- FOR MEN ! and women -- spare or full ume booking orders for new nm;i7.injj sco.tch-jitc, NA.\;B PLATE for top of rural mail boxes that SHINE AT N1TE. Government ruling requires name on mall box. Easy to make $10 dally. Write Illuminated Sign Co., 3001 First Ave., S. Minneapolis Minn. 10-3C-12 8-- HELP WANTED MALE MECHANIC WANTED, MAY 1 , nt Mcsillo Park, Fay Bell's Garage. O-l-lp-22 Pray to God for a good harvest, .but continue to hoc (Slovenian Proverb}.' We got the prices. 1 Won't be long until the weeds will take over, your garden, 1 so buy a good hoc from your Checkerdale Stove. We have loLi of- cotton · chopping hoes too, so buy a half dozen or more -- special prises to cotton choppers In quantities. FARMERS' MARKET - ph. 33.1 , Your Chockorilalc Store RELIABLE: "MAN. .WITH : C A R wanted, to call . on fanners in nearby County ?25,00 a day -or moi-e, possible. No capital' required. Write A. C. Myers; 2101 Larimer St. Denver Colo. · ' ...,---· -.' · Su-M-Tuc-May . ISth 10-- HELP WANTED Female PART -TIME; \yonk. IN SMALL tourist . court. Apply in -person. Cbronario Court, Mesilla Park. 1 : / · ' · ' . ' - V 10-3p-12 MAJD. FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, -apply 920 N. Alameda. . . . . . . . . 10-lc-lO FORMER.. TEACHER- NEEDED by personnel manager of large firm to assist as educational consultant. Must have at least* 3-'yuars teaching' experience, or other public relations work, a college education, age 28-50. Position worth 5350 per month for right applicant. Educationa Sales Service. Apply to N. Me-' Natl, Amador. Hotel. Las Cruces, Tuesdny -or * Wednesday, April 17-18. 9-3C-1I You Know I read, some place, that "a- medjcinc cabinet is nothing more than a home drug store' without sandwiches." We have some nice medicine cabinets now -- built-in kind xvith plate glass mirrors and then the regular kind with plain, glass mirrors. You know a sandwich attachment would certainly be a handy gadget on a medicine cabinet -- especially when you wake up in the middle of the night hungry. I wonder if 1 could talk my wife into some kind of an arrangement like that? ' FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store lO-Sc-12 H_WORK WANTED SPRING. PAINTING . Small or Large Jobs by Job or Hour TROY ROGERS ' Phone 11C5-NJ 0-3p-ll 12-- FOR HENT ! FURNISHED CABIN, PH. 3D3-J or 151: G-tfn 2 BEDROOMS, SINGLE, ON L1N- da Vista, ph. 900. G-tfn 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, MODERN, unfurnished, ph. 451-R. 6-5p-10 PATIO APARTMENTS, F U R - nished one and two bedrooms, enclosed yard, new management. Phone OD9-J2. . 5-12p-10 conditioned, stove and refrigerator furnished. Mesilla Park, ph, 0288-J1. 1-tfn 3 BEDROOM MODERN, HOUSE, close in, phone 1422-W. 10-3p-12 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, utilities paid. Ph. 085-R1. Irtfn 1 AIT., 2, BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces, ph. 732-R. 1-tfn MARQUESS 'APT. .FURNISHED, State College, phone 0282J5 or 0280J1. 10-Cc-lo BUSINESS OFFICE, LOCATED in center of Business District. Next to Western Union. Call' 600. 1-tfn LARGE. NICELY FURNISHKU, modern room, reasonable, ph. 931-W. ' S-Sp-10 3 ROOM FURNISHrJD APT. S'15. -Phone 0298J2. 8-tfn FURNISHED, LARGE BEDROOM kitchen, bath ?43. 1-125 S. Man- zantlta, just off Foster Road south of Drive In Theater, phone . 0205-R5. . 8-tfn BEDROOM 171 W. ·\VILLOUGH- by. Las Cruces, N. Mex. I0-2p-ll SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent, modern, unfurnishet . Inquire 641 N. 3rd or call 1014-R or 850. 1-tfn 3 ROOM. MODERN-, HOUSB TO ' rent; phono .687-W. 9-tfn FOR. RENT WITH OPTION TO buy! new two room cabin. Part- ·ly furnished, rough but clean, '?25.00;per"mo. Your rent may be applied 'on down "payment. Guy Wallace, 503 S. Espanola. 10-3p-12 APT FOR COUPLE 565. MONTH with utilities. Call -898-M otter five. ' 10-ip-lS ONE HOUSE TRAILER ALL bills paid, call 0390-R3. 10-ip-13 CABB1N, FURNISHED, 720 PAR- kcr Road, ph. 422-W. 10-lp-10 NICK. FURNISHED, 1 ROOM Apt. Electric kitchen, -air conditioned, close! in, phone 012-R3 or Mr. Platt at Safewny. 10-2p-ll APTS. FURNISHED. INQUIRE 221 W. Griggs or Las Cnice.i Hotel. 10-3p-12 14-- SWAP Getting rich is not so difficult. First, learn how to make money faster than you can spend it. From there on, H'fl easy. Now isn't that simple? You'll ulwnys save money if 'you trade at Farmers Market, and whenever you make purchases With us you get extra value, because wo give those SArH Green Stamps. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 (Hilton Loan A: insurance, 1,0. , 15-- KORSALE' ' : .' , ' . ' . ' ' . 1 NICE TRAILER HOUSE .CHEAP. ' 342 East .May. . ; 10-6p-15 NEW, SUPERGRADE, MODEL 70, 30-o'e rifle 1 ,' Noske 4 power all-weather score 1 with Lee hunt- ng dot; lioyt 5 star grade horsehide, sheep lined, case:. $200.00. Call 099-R1 or. write Tom Mcd- £ nger, Box 305, State .College.. ! 10-2C-1J ' PORTABLE W A S H I N G .MA- chlne, like new. 520.00, ph. 1047- c R 1 after 4 p: m. 10-3p-12 ?LOWER AND VEGETABLE t plants. Westside Grocery, W. a Picacho, phone 864-M. · 10-tfn t JAP RIFLE, EXCELLENT CON- - ditlon only 15 rounds' fired since s rechambcred, f o r ' .300 Savage, ·- sporting stock, sllhg, '$35, ask bookkeeper at John Miller Mo- a tor Company. 9-2p-i'0 a FOR SALE, PIANO; .TO RE- !; sponsible porson near Las Cruces interested in high grade nearly new Spinet Piano on easy " terms! or discount for cash. For r particulars write F. Nash, " Credit Mgr., Box 893, Phoenix,l Ariz. 6-6p-ll e RADIATORS-- NEW AND USED. Stewarts Radiator Shop -- June- · lion 80-85, phone 202-R. 1-tfn SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn GOOD USED; TIRES. SHOOK . Tire Co. 1-tfn NEAR NEW RUG AND PAD, vacuum sweeper, 6-way lamp. Leaving for army, sell cheap.' '1812 No. Main, Apt. 2. 9-2p-lfj 575 GAL. BUTANE TANK AND regulator, like new. Phone 1-13G- W ' 8-Sp-lll 250 KT. 2 1/; INCH GALVANIZED pipe, 2 miles cast on Highway 70 9-Op-ll GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumbur moderate price, Pec Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brickreto building block, red . buff. SMITH'S ' Lumber Yard. "Cur. Madrid Mesquitc. Ph. 1456-J. 1-tfn 16-- WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 931-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Picacho. 1-tfn HIGHEST 'PRICES PAID FOR used pianos. Stevens Furniture Co. 316 N. Main. Phone t!77. 1-tfn 17 HEAL ESTATE For Sale LOTS AND 1.OTS OF LOTS. . Save -the safe way, terms, by owner. Bunch Realestate 1401' E. Arizona. ' ; ' 1-tfn NEW 4 ROOM MODERN HOUSE, ! oak floores, priv. owner, ph. ' 1456-J or 1450-W. 1-tfn ' FOR SALE ; 23 VS Acres - Priced to Sell See SYD RILEY . . - - 1309 W: Van Patten ·Phone 451-R 312-6p-317 FOR SALE HOME v 1 Bedroom, Modern. Contact Bob Shook. Day 1111, Night 0388-NR4. 1-tfn | F. A. BUNCH'S REAL ESTATE 21 ft. modern trailer and lot near college, ideal for couple. $1200. .Terms. Will consider trade. Gulf Sta. doing good business, on intersection. ^ acre and 2 modern houses close in. 510,000. Terms. 10-3t-12 . 190 acre farm $70,000 2-story, business bldg. Rent 2 bedroom and 2 2-room apt. furni. Bolona Drive near Col- 3 B. R. strictly modern new home. 810 Salona Dr. ..$11,500 3 B. R. mdn. home. 172xl33!i ot. McClurc Rd 511,500 4 bedroom modern. Lots- of Van Patton $9,150 1 R R. modern. Ideal small home. Parker Rd. , $6,000 -1 Room 'House, Mesilla Park $3,200. A. T. COXi REALTOR 304 N. Main Pho. 3'0-J ' , 9-2C-10 19-- USED CARS For Sale 1938 4 DOOR BUICK, RADIO, heater, good condition, reasonable, 701 North Armljo street, phono 395-W. 312-5p-,116 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Oruies at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. SIS S ' M a i n Ph i n i f i President Determined To Avoid Bombing Reds In Manchuria, China By El/l'OX C. FAY (AI* 'Mllltaiy Affairs Rcporicr WASHINGTON, April 1C-- UPt Presldcnt' Truman is · tlutennlnecr thnt United'NtUionn bomburs stay .w(iy, from Man'uliuria and Chirm at.this stage 6f-the Korean fipht- ing, lt;tit iiltiicks on Red bases touch 6rf a general war. In his radio address Wednesday explaining.why he firc-d Gca, Doiig- !aa MacAithur, Air. Truman -nude ;lcar the "bomb, line" must remnin at the Yatu river boundary between North Korea and .Manchuria -- unless the Communists Llieni- sHves compel other action. · \sks Qm^stiim "Why don't we bomb Manchuria nmi'phina.itself? Why don't -.vc assiBt"'the" CliineHC " Nationalists troops to land on the. mainland of China?" * "If-we were to do.these tiling.-;," he answered, "we would be running a very grave risk of stinting a general war. If were to do these .hlngs, we would'bccomu ontangl- in a vnst conflict on the conti- MICKEY MOUSE 'nent of Asia. . . it-would be wrong -- tragically wrong'-- for tis j:o take the initiative in extending the war." · ... ' · .. . Mr Truman thus left 6{5en -as he d'id at an.ejirh'ei' news'eon- ference^-- the. q:v.-.tlon of vhat thjs country would ilo if tlie .communists themselves launched all- out aerial warfare on U. N. troops in Koreo. ' ' i Slnrt Retulinlion Top military men have said such n development would trigger mam- mouth retaliatory strikes against Red bases, wherever they arc. While there has been specnliUjnn the Red air force in Manchuria may have several thousand plnnes ready for full scale" air war,"information received here indicates those estimates are high. One recent estimate was tho Chinese Communist Air Force had about 300 aircraft of various types which could be used, .including some thoroughly modern jet fighter types. PRESIDENT TRUMAN signs proclamation fixing Saturday. May Armed Forces Day, SeaU'd with him in the White House is pefens^ju Seeietary George C. Mnrshnll. Standing, ( f r o m i c f t l art Chief of Naval Opciations Adin. Krrrenl P. Bhcrnutti. Air Force Chief of Staff_ Gcn.^ Hoyt U. VEindcniiorg. A r m y Secretary FcunK-J?uct:. r Wa-vyilie45fll i trBjfy» "· Francis Matthews. Air Force SL'crti;;r riuiiiir.s r-'inlottcr. Joint Chiefs of Staff Chairman Gun. Omai LJrnciley, Army Chief. q(./Haff-'G.e.nj J. Lnwton Collins. . · .. ·· 11 )l(er national/,.., by Wall Disney 10-3C-12 by Fran Striker THE LONE RANGER Paul Robinson MANDRAKE THE MAGICJAN t'S SO AKllltiuS m FIND tEKORE.' I'M BIIN JEALOUS AND PlTTf-- I ALMOST HOPE HCDOKN'T FIHD HER-- YCT1 KHOW HE MUST, ' M: ! . ":'· I ENOREfl' IVtUSsARClUlli: W; : KNOW.NOT h'J13.LCOKAROU(IO, \VviERE SHE IS, ! LOlliAR.STAY WITH C-PMT WIZARU. | S ME.NARDA. by Branslon Walsh LJTTLE ANNIE ROONEY 'CAUSE A DONT-Lli'.e.rt LC:',' ' DONT LIKE STRANGERS, DOWT LISTEN TO THE KNOCKING LIKE HOffKM Oft HOBCOV--3Jf ' A DO-LIKER LitfES t'rEP: AIJ 1 EVERVrwiMG -00-U'ERS EITHER-THEY'REALLSO* " BIRDS- THEIR THEME SONS IS I DONT LIKE ANNIE RODNEY, THAT COHMON-rSAY "PLEASED THE ANVIL CHORUS -THEY NElVORPHAM-- SHE50NLYA ;-^3i=?£i TS MEET YOU* WHEM I'M INTRODUCED, WHEN I'D PROBATIONER, AND I ...... . LIKE PROBATIONERS-,£=^"1 OONTUKE") RATHER SAY "DROP STRAKIGEPS AN 1 ··hi^DEAOf AMD T JEALOUS DONT-LIKERS/ I AWT A C ALWAYS HAS. LOrSA FuM/50 DONT-UKER- II S SORTA SILLY TO BE'A DON'T- LIK'ERj by Lee Falk and Phil Dayii : BIG SISTER I'LL- GIVE T^E.FINDEO SO" I MUST REACH TclEM BE.RQf?E; ' ' ' YES/MY BROOCH :S V FOO ITS RETURN. I'LL SOMETHING. MISSING ' IT'S A VSRY ^mmm by Los Forgave " } ETTA KETT

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