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Tuwdiy ET»ntng,~April 17 1851. ' LAS CHUCES IN. MO.SUN-NEWS. . . FIVE ; SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED AD VERtlMNG ftllMlmum Chmrfe ....!..,... Me 6iitweqiwnt Ctwrfu . . .5c per word All r clMHlfltd ads.niusf be iii by 10 AlM. · MomUy through , Friday to in»urt publication In that day's bwue. C^lfltrf;, advertising ; for Sunday's, paper :niust be in by 10 A:M; Saturday morninR. , , t'juh iniut actiompahj-. order on all clMsin«d twin except to tboHC having regular, dinplay advertising charge accounts.' . ^' . ; ' All clarified advertiftUip must bt- scheduled for a deuUtK perlwl, one .day or more, · and. if ordered nnd set there will be mi refund. Ads must bo .scheduled r ». definite number of days and no, refunds will be made on classlit led · adver- tu'iDf ;·.;;:-·-. ': ";:-."." '· '·'· Any claims for credit or additional insertions of classified : ails due to errors occurring in advertisement 'mast be made ''day following ' 'publishing of- advertisement. * · : ; , PHONE 38 or 34 1-- LEGAL NOTICES State of New Mexico) . County of Dona Ana) IS* THE PliOBATE COTJKT \n the 'Matter 'Qf .the. Estate of Gregorio T. Lechuga, Deceased. No. 1814. NOTICE Notice is hereby given- that the undersigned was 1 on the 24th day of March, 1951, appointed adm n- istrator of the estate of Gregor o T. Lechuga',' deceased, by the Probate Court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico. . AH persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within ths time prescribed by law or the same will be barred.. This 20th clay of March, 1051. . . LUIS LECHUGA, Chamberino, New Mexico. March 27, Apr. 3, 10, 17, 1951. 2-- CARD, OF THANKS We thank our many friends and neighbors for all -,the Kindnesses during our recent time of sadness- the floral oftoringa were greatly appreciated. Claude Brown and Family Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Cunningham Mr. and Mrs. Dick 'Harrison Mr. and- Mrs.. Charles Cunning' ham. - " 10-2p-ll 5-- SPECIAL NOTICE IRRIGATING WELLS CLEANED 325 en. ft. new compressor. J5.00 'hr. Bunch's Realestate, 1401 B. Arizona, ph. 1530-R. . 1-tfn and sold, furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-H. · · - · ' i-tfn ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147- J between 7 arid 10 p. in. · 1-tfn WHY BUY IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. . : . 1-tfn uijed. We repair all '.makes. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. 316 N. Main. Phont 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 remeinber hini; of course -- he's the comedian 'with - the $100.00 Guitar ; that entertained -us when. we. had our grand opening last fall. Ho might bring his* good-looking wife along, too -- 'she-plays the accordion. She's the musician , of the family -^ ."Red" isfttte black sheep play boy. FARMERS MARKET - Pll. 333- Your Checkcrdale Store - . . · 10-3C-12 IF YOU LIKE GOOD STEAKS or good .fried clitekeii try Lesters Cafe," at "Lesters 1 Market. Priced by weight , : ask our butcher '1246 W. -Picacho. ' 3-Tu-Thu-Su-tfn "*^. -BIG CHIEF .' \^ GUNSMITH | Earl Jones says: W - - " P u p p y d o g 'Y " friendly animal.. /\ Wags both" ends K5 when p l e a s e d , i r^-^h Let .me fix your /OwA s un - Then y° u (~J \ ) like 'pu.PPy dog-^^~^y. pleased!" LIARS LODGE 108 S. Main Ph. 1029-W i-tfn Does Your Roo£ Leak? CALL 700 -SW Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 1-tfn 7 HELP WANTED l EXTRA MONEY -- - . KOR MEN ami women -- spare or full vime booking orders' for'he'w'iimazlng Scotch.lite NAME PLATE for top of rural mail boxes .that SHINE AT NITE.' Government ruling requires -name on mall box. Easy to make $10 daily. Write Illuminated Sign .Co., 3004 First Avc.,-S. Minneapolis Minn. 10-3C-12 8*r4*EL*?,WAMfW:MALti MECHANIC WANTED, MAY 1 nt MPsfltn Park, Fay Bell's Gar* -'rfAi'-- ' -- '*"·-*' «"-"- tr.ljffi:!i9 Sr-HELT WANTED MALE RELIABLE - MAN .WITH^ ; CAp .wanted to call 'on farmer^ ' . In nearby County $Z5;00 . a ; day or more; · possible. No -''capitiil , : required. Write A'^C/Myers, 2401 Larimer St. bcnyer'Coio, . ' v .-:.'.".:·. ;* : ·"· ' 'Su : M-fue*-May. 15th . 'Pray, to GoU'for'a good bar-'-, vest, 'but continue: to. h'oe (Slovenian .Proverb).' '.We . got ' the .hoes 'too' 7-^ good ones at cheap prices. : Won't be long'untll'.ihe. weeUs :Wlll -take 'ov'er'your gar-? den';', so- buy. a. good, hoe- froYri your, 'Chebke'rdale ''Store. .W.e;' hav.e.' lota of' 'cotton': chopping- hoes too, so' buy^Half-dozen or more -- special 'prices to 'cotton cHbppers'in quantities. '. ' : FARMERS MARKET"-; ph-.-sss ·.Your Checkerdale Storet ( _ · · · " · - . ' ; 10-3C-12 10-HELP WANTED F«m»]e PART.. T I M E . WORK- IN.SMALL tourist court. Apply in person. . Coronado Court, Mesilla-Park-'" . 10.-3p,-12 FORMER .TEACHER . NEED ED -by., personnel 'manager of .large firm to 'assist as educational consultant. -Must have 'at least 3 years teaching experience,' or other public relations work, a college education, age 28-50. Pog - tion worth $350 per month for right · applicant. Educations Sales Service. Apply to' N. Mc. Natt, Anifidor Hotel, Las CrV ccs, Tuesday or Wednesday, April 17-18. ' .9-Sc-ll You know I read, 'some place, that "a medicine cabinst is nothing more than a home drug store without sandwiches." We have some nice medicine cabinets now -- built-in kind with 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 I could talk my wife into some kind of an arrangement like that? ' · " = . _ ' ' . FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 3331 -'Your Checkerdale Store . '·- - 10-3C-1S 1 SPRING PAINTING .Small or Large Jobs . by Job or Hour ., ' TROY.R'OGERS . Phone 1185-NJ . ' · ' . -.-o-Sp-il 12-- FOR RENT · FURNISHED · CABIN, PH. .393-J or 151.' · .- 6-tfn 2 BEDROOMS. SINGLE, ON LIN- da Vista, ph. 900.. 6-tfn' PATIO APARTMENTS, F U R - nished one and two bedrooms, enclosed yard, new management. Phone. 099-J2.. . -5-12p-16 conditioned. stoVe and refrigerator furnished. Mesilla Park, ph. 0288-J1. ' 1-Un 3 BEDROOM. MODERN HOUSE, close in, phone '1422-W. , .- 10-3p-12 2 ROOM APr. FURNISHED, utilities' paid. Ph. 085-Rl! 1-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN · furnished, 125 West Las Cruces. ph. t6i li. n MARQUESS APT. FURNISHED, State College,' phone 0282J5 or 0280J1. 10-6C.-15 .'JUSINKSS OFFICE, 'LQCATED in- .'center of -liuslness District. Next to Western'Unfon. Call 600. ' . . · ' · ' ' 1-tfn FUROTSHBD.-LARGE BEDROOM kitchen, 'hath (43.-1425 S. -M(in- 7,ahtiia. Just- o f f . Foster Road south of Drive In Theater, phone 0295-R5. ' : · ' . ', 8-tfn BEDROOM U74 .W. \VILLOUpH- ' bV, Las Cruces," N. Mcx..lO-2p-il SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE for rent, modem, unfurnished. Inquire 641 N. 3rd or call 1014-R or 859. · 1-tfn MODERN, FURNISHED APT. for rent, preferred couple, ph. 0293J5. )l-3p-13 APT FOR COUPLE $65 MONTH with utilities. Call 898-M after five. 10-6p-15 ONE HOUSE TRAILER ALL hills pnid, call 0390-R3. 10-4p-I3 OABBIN, FURNISHED, 720 PAR- ker Road. ph. 422-W.' 11-tfn 2 BEDROOM HOME UNFTJR- nishcd, 1470 Parker lid. 11-3C-13 6 ROOM HOUSE FURNISHED. 127 Greening; ave. T. W. King, ph. 39633 El Paso. Texas. 11-tfn FURN1HKI3 APT. FOR COUPLE, 509 W. Las Cruces, Ave. ll-3p-13 NICE, FURNISHED, 4 T.OOM Apt. Electric kitchen, air conditioned, close In, phone 012-H3 or Mr. Pliitt at Safeway. 10-2p-ll APTS. 'FURNISHED. INQUIRE 221 W. Grlggs or Laa Cruces · Hotel. '. , . · 10-3p-12 1S-FOHSALE SEAT COVSn B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. i-tfn GOOD u8M6 Wifci. skooR ·'"TO* Pn . 1.1 fn 14-SWAP Gettlns rich is not EO difficult. First, learn:_how to make money faster · than you can spend it... From there on, il ? s easy. Now isn't'. that simple? You'll always save money .if. you trade (it Farmers Market, and whenever . you make purchases with us you 'get ; extra- value, because', we give those SH -Green Stamps; FARJtERg MARKET - Ph. 333 : Your Checkerdale Store . ' . - · . - \ 10-3C-12 15-- FOR SALE 26ft iFT. 2y 3 -JNCH GALVANIZED ; pipe, '.2 miles east on Highway-70 ;-. '.'"'.'.V. · 9-6p-14 NICE TRAILER HOUSE .CHEAP, 342 'East May. .-' . 10_-0p-io NEW, SUPERGRADE, , MODEL 70, 30-06" rifle';': Noske 4 power all-weather'scoi'e with Lee hunting; dot; Boyt 5 star' grade hbrfie- hl'clo, sheep liried, case. 5200.00. Call.099-Rl or write Tom Medinger,' Box 305, State College. · ·_· 10-20-11 PORTABLE W A S H I N G ' MA- chine, like nawf $20.00, p* 1047- i R after. 4 p. m.»' . 10-3p-12 FLOWER - A . N D . - VEGETAIiLK plants.'.' Westside Grocery, W. . Picacho, phone 864-IkI. . . 10,-tfn FOR SALE, PIANO: TO RE- sponsible person near Las ' Cruces interested In high grade nearly new Spinet Piano on easy terms, or discount for cash. For particulars' write F. Nash; Credit Mgr., Box 893, Phoenix, Ariz. . 6-6p-ll RADIATORS-- NEW AND USED. Stewarts Radiator Shop -- junction 80-85, phone 202-R. - . 1-tfn 150 TON HAY 535.00 AND .UP, 4398-R1. ' il-2p-12 1946 HOUSETRAILKR TANDEM, aluminum, very clean, 27 ft. See at Holden Trailer Park, or call 0182RB. ll-3p-Tu-ThU Sun PRINGLE'S. BABY CHICKS . Each Wednesday Valley Products Comrjanv Phofte 99. su-tu-l-tfn .GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, rrioderate.price, Pee Gee Painta, all colors. Have Brickrete building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor.' Madrid ' Mesquite.. Ph. idBG-J. 1-tfn 16^-WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHOLD. F , U R N I T U R E . Any condition! We. buy anything of valbe. Phone 931- J. Viaduct . Salvage Yird, 624 W. Picacho. · . ;·. ; ' · . · i-tfn HIGHEST PKICEh .PAID FOR used pianos. Stevens Furniture Co." 318 'N. Main. Phone e?7. .·' · 1-tfn 17-- HEAL ESTATE For Sale LOTS AND L.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 2 BEDROOM ROCK HOUSE BY owner, 1319 N. Reymoncl. 11-Sp-lD 3 BEDROOM HOUSE 2 baths ' LINDA 'VISTA W. J. Little Phone 270 or 1305' V 11-lfn FOR SALE room, 1 1/3 bath, 125 ft. East, front, plenty shade. Owner O..B. GUTHR1E . 810 -Upper College Rd. Drive by and Look 58,500.00 · · ' · · · ' ll-4p-14 FOR SALE Carson Grocery Store and Lunch Room, Located south side Mesllla Park School. Inquire at store afternoons. 1 1-Tn-Thu-Su ·FOR SALE HOME 1 Bedroom, Modern. Contact Bob Shook. Day 1111, NiRht 0388-NR4. ,, ]-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 ami 2 modern houses, close in. $10,000. Terms. , 10-3C-12 Catholic Orders To End Teaching In Public Schools SANTA FE, April 17-. WB " -By the next school your,' all Catholic nuns and brothers will -have stopped teaching in New Mexico public schools. Archbishop Edwin V. Byrne yesterday told the State Education board that contracts of nuns and brothers would not be renewed next year. The Archbishop sakl in a letter to the .board no church property is now bein^ used for public school purposes Iti'the state. .The board recently announced a policy' of replacing members of religious orders as teachers as soon ag .' possible. Board . of chairman Raymond Huff saiil the- Archbishop's position fs in line with this policy. ' . - · ^ The policy was declared as n result of a suit on appeal before the stale supreme court in which the court is asfced to nan all members of religious orders from teaching in public schools. .The appeal is in the famous Dixon case. Protestant residents of Dixon, in northern New Mexico, are asking that a decision by Dltst. Judge E. T. Hcnsley, Jr., be extended to cove all teachers in religious orders. The original ruling banned about 140 nuns and brothers by name from teaching In pubic schools. f Huff said the board will .start at once to obtain replacements for the nuns, and brothers next year. At last reports, Catholic nuns and brothers were still teaching in seventax supported schools in ihe state. Popular Bradley Nay Be Sought As Chief Again By KLTOX C. I-'AY Assorhitod I'rrss . Military Affairs Reporter WASINGTON --I/P,-- Gen. Omar Sradley may be asked to stay on 'or another term as chairman of :he joint chiefs of staff, it was learned today. The Five-Star General, now 58, had planned to take off his uniform and so some fishing nnd hunting after next Aug. 16. Thai's Lhe date hia two-year tour of duly n the JCS post ends. But- President Truman is said to want the "GI General" to remain on. · Bradley would have been eligible to retire five years ago under the 30-year retirement ' provision of the Anny. However, he passei up retirement to serve first as chief of staff of the Army, then as chairman of the joint chiefs. · In -the latter post lie has handled problems equal to any lie encountered either us Gen. Dwight D. iEscnhower's ground deputy in the European war or ; as Army staff chief. To the purely military troubles arising from the Korean war and the build-up of American forces in western Europe was added the reached a climax when President Truman fired Gen. Douglas Mac- Arlhur. An onu .of Mr. Truman's chief counselors on military matters, Bradley, presumably had to make his recommendation when the President was weighing the question of reprimanding or firing t .he Far Eastern commander. First Joint Chief Bradley ia the first man. to hold the JCS chairmanship under the post officially created by an act of Congress. Eisenhower served for six months as a "coordinator" nent made by the late Secretary of Defense Forrcstal and Air. Truman. Under a volution custom of the Military, the chairmanship presumably .will go next to the Navy, then to the Air Force. Rumors have persisted that Defense Secretary George C. Marshall intends to carry out somo time this year the attempt he has out of public life. However, friends of the secretary say they know of no indication that Marshall will seek to retire in the immediate future. CIVIL DEFENSE OIHKCTOR SAN'TA FE, April 37-- #·) -, John W. Chapman of Santa Fe yesterday was appointed -stale director of civilian defense. A re- Urftfl Army colonel, he will be pait $160 a month under the 1951 Icg- slative act setting up the State Civilian Defense organization. Kxperi Insurance Aiivico . . . 01 illt (in Urn 11 Instmmcu Co. 19-- USED CARS For Sal* 42 FORD PICKUP, 48 MOTOK good condition, ?39ft. 428 South Campo. after 5 p. m. lMp-14 1938 4 POOU BUICK, RADIO, heater, gqod condition, reasonable, 701 North A r m f j o Street, ' phone 395-W. ^12-Gp.310 Immediate' Delivery on THE NEW BUICK ' ' In Las Cru:es at', . . CULLOM BUICH CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 ' ) l-trn AT A SPECIAL WHITS HOUSE CEREMONY', President Truman shakes hands willi-Ll. (js) Thomas J. llutlncr, of Fall K i v c f . Mass., lo whom lie llacl jus; presented the Congressional Medal ot Honor, nml Mrs. Dnisy Pearl Brown, of Ualticsburs, Miss. Hudnfr crash-landed his fi»lner plane behind enemy lines ill Korea in a vain cltoct lo save Mrs. Brown's husband Ensign Jesse L. Brown, the U.S. Navy's first KoRro Ilier. 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