Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 20, 1951 · Page 7
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Friday Er«nlng, April 20, 1951. .LAS CHUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS ISDN-MEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTlSINn BubBeqnent Charge 1 ..;..So jwr word 10 A.M. MuiiiUy thrpugh Friday to Insure. puMlqatlon In that day's IMUC. Clarified advertising 'for Sunday's pa|*r mliktlX! in by 1* A.M. Saturday liornihf. '· Gush must . iiccompany.. order on all ciiuilltaiwh except to tkose baying. regular, display ddvertlitng charge accounts. ' ; ' All ciiiattified advertising mint be sche'duled for a dettdllhe.'perlod, one , day or- more, and If .ordered and set there will to no refund. Adi riiuit . be scheduled a definite number of days and no refunds will be made on 'classified -'advertising. ; : ; ·,·:··· . - ' . . '···;.-:., ; . : Any claims for credit or additional .liw-rtlons 61 cl«Mined : ads due to errors occurring In advertisement unit be ndr day following pubU»hlng 61 wIverttK- DKnt. · ··'·' ·'··'· '' ·..':'-·· ,-. : '·, · ' · · · . ' ' · · · ' ' ' ." ' .'··pHpNB.'lSi'o^.S*' . :· . 1-- LEGAL NOTICES ' . . "Sealed blus will bo. ojiened "May 1',. 10:00' A. M., 1951, in'.the Office of. the PurchRSinjr.'Ageh.V Business Office tyew Mexico College of Agriculture Mechanic Arts, State College, New .Mexico, for the construction of nn annex to the present Physical Science Laboratory, ocatcd' on the campus. Contractors are encouraged t o , visit the Bite prior to submission of bid. Specifications and' drawings are available in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, State College, New Mexico." Pub: April 19-20-22, 1851 Uf THE DISTRICT 'COURT, DONA ANA COUNT!-, NEW MEXICO. Ruby M. Feddon, .. .·.Plaintiff* · vs. ' / Charles L. Feclaon, Defendant. Cause. No. 11897 NOTICE Or PENDENCY OF SUIT State uf New Mexico t / County of Do'ua Aha. TO: Charles L. Feddon, Greetings: Van are hereby notified that Ruby M. Feddon,- plaintiff, has filed suit against you in the above styled Court, the general object of which is to obtain a. divorce from you on the grounds of ihcompat- ihilily. You are. further notified that un- ess you. .enter your^,appeararice and plead to said 'cause ^of action on or before the 25th day of May, 1951, judgement by~default will jo enterea against yoii as prayed for in said complaint. ' The name and address of. tbu plaintiffs attorney is R. R. Posey, First National Bank Building, Las Cruceji, New Mexico. . IN WITNESS ' WHEREOF,.' I have hereunto set my hand ''and seal. of. said District Court on this 13th day of April 1951. (Signed) -Geraldine'S. Mnthisen District Clerk. P'ib: ADiil 13-20-27, May 4. 1961. b-- SPECIAL NOTICE USED FURNITURE -- HOUGHT and sold. Furniture Exchange. 130 vy. Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O U S 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, NSW AND used. We repair all makes. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. 316 N. Main. Phont 677. · . ' 1-tfn Folks when you are driving on .Miranda street take a look at the A. L. Williams home -- · : it is being painted by Chester . Hanson and Paul Wahl. Mr. -Williams home is being painted with Devoe One-Coat House Paint. Notice how well it covers. Devoe One-Coat. House Paint has ' a better coverage than lots of two coat jobs. Your Checkerdale Store has the full line of Devoe paints; and varnishes. When in need of anything in the paint line call 333. Fanners Market. If you need a ·good painter we will arrange to get one for'you. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 13-3C-15 6-- SERVICES PRIVATE EMPLOYMENT AGEN- cy. 321 East Grigss. Ph. 1202-W. * Ramon Bemal, Notary. l-tfn-Wed.-Kr.-Sll. CLOTH COVERED BUTTONS and buckles made from your material. Pearl, snaps and studs 'placed on shirts and blousas. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water i-M-W-FH-lfn ^^V. BIO CHIEF \J GUNSMITH |V . Earl Jones «ay«: My . " P u p p y dog T friendly animal. /\ Wags both ends jKJEL when p 1 e a l e (1. C^ bet mo fix your XvJjwA K Un ' Tnen y° u c V \_v " Re p"ppy dog-v. pleasedl". LIARS LODGE 108 S.- Main Ph. IMIMV l-tfn 8-- HELP WA'NTED MALE MECHANIC WANTED, MAY. .1 'at Mesilla Park, Fay Bell's Gar- 'age. · ' i)-14p-22 NESD FIVE MEN WITH SOME truck driving experience. Call 01BOR1 after 0 p. m. Hood Pe. trplcum.Co. ·' 13-2p-14 10-- HELP WANTED Female E X P E R I E N C E D GIRL FOR house, wor*.' 1001 N. Armijo. . . · ' · " ' i ', ; ' ' I2-3p-li WOMAN FOR- HOUSE WORK.. Inquire. 604" El Prado.' ' ll-tln 12-- FOR KENT ' TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISHED Mesilla Park, phone 0188R1 af- · .ter 5. ' · ' ' . . : .. -. ..12-3p-14 PRACTICALLY NEW, TWO BBD- room home. ..Linda- Vista addition; 'phone 9fJo, 12-tfn CLEAN,. FURNISHED, DUPLEX. Air conditioned, laundry facilities, Tiled kitchen, bath, 1459J. ..;.. .··...-. - · - . . · . . · '12-2P-13 FURNISHED CABIN, PH.. 393-J . or 151.. . 6-tfn PATIO ' APARTMENTS, F U ft r nished .oho and two bedrooms, 1 enclosed yard, hew. management. Phone 099-J2. : 5-12p-16 3 .ROOM APT., MODERN, AIR conditioned, 'stove and refrigerator furnished. ' Mesilla Park, ph. 0288-J1. . . " 1-tfn 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, .utilities paid. Ph. 085-R1. i-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 128 West Las Graces, ph. 732-R. ' 1-tfn MARQUESS APT. FURNISHED, State College, phone 0282J5 or 0280J1. ' 10-6.C-15 BUSINESS OFFICE, LOCATED n" center of Business District. Next to Western Union. Call 600. 1-tfn FURNISHED, LARGE BEDROOM kitchen, bath 543. 1425 S. Man' zantita, just off Foster Road ' south of Drive In Theater, phone · 0-295-R2. .· ' . , 8-tfn SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE ..for rent, modern, unfurnished. Inquire 641 N. 3rd or call 1014-R or 859. . " . 1-tfn APT. FOR COUPLE $85 MONTH with utilities. Call 896-M after five. . 'lO-fip-15 CABB1N, FURNISHED, 720 PAR-, kcr Road; ph. 422-W. li-tfn NICELY FURNISHED HOUSE, $80, phone 344, couple onlv. . . : : ' 1.4-2prl5 APT." 3 ROOM AND BATH, FUR- nlshed. - Inquire 4q6 E. Hadley,' ph. 669-W. '' · ;.. 14-5p-lS LARGE, NICEljT FURNISHED, modern room, reasonable, 1036 W. McFie, phone 931-W. - 12-6p-17 2 ROOM MODERN, FURNISHED, apartment, phone 019J5. . ' . 13-SclS FURNISHED APTS. AND CAB- his, call Las Cruces Hotel, or 221 W. Griggs. 14-2p-15 3 ROOM APARTMENT . WITH bath, furnished, $40.00, phone 019-K3. 13-4C-16 We have a new man in our organization -- Fred Huff -- from Albuquerque. He's qiir new outside "Feed Advisor" and service man. If you have any problems with livestock or poultry, call 333 and ask for Fred. The service is free and he knows poultry and livestock. He has been trained by Purina to help you with your poultry and livestock troubles. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store . 13-3C-15 13-- WANTED TO ^ENT 2 BEDROOlt, UNFURNISHED house or apt. with range. 643 W. Court. Browns. 13-3p-15 15-- -FOR SALE NICE TRAILER HOUSE .CHEAP, '312 East May. . 10-6p-15 RADIATORS-- NEW AND USED. Stewarts Radiator Shop -- junction 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 DELICIOUS MILK FED CAPON flyers Sl.OO esch on foot. 51.20 dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm, 1520 W. Hadley. ph. 537-M. . , 14-t.fn SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT Emhrce's, 432 N. Church. Phone 855-W. 14-6C-10 .150 TON HAY, $35.00 AND UP, 0398-R1. 14-2p-15 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber^ planed lumbur moderate price, Pee Geo Painty, all colors. Have Brickrete build- ' ing block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mesquite. Ph. 1450-J. 1-tfn Grow bigger and better broilers by using "Kapontabs." Easy to use just Insert a hormone tablet in Uie neck of your pullet or roosters. The birds - w i l l eat less and grow faster. Makes the meat more lender and has a better flavor. Come in and let us tell you how to do the job. Costs only 3c per bird and will Increase weight from a pound to a pound and a half. FARMRRS MARKET · Ph. 333 Your Checkcrdalc store U-ta-l.t 15-^FOH\SALE PIGS AND;HOGS yon SALE OR - trade for. model 70 Winchester. See\Curly:Ebb3 at DeLuxe Cafe ' a'ften 8 p. .m.; ' 12-3p-14 260 FT.l2/jiI£fCH.GALVANIZED pipe,-. 2\ miles east.qn Highway 70 ^ · . · 9-6p-14 FLOWBR\ . A N D . VEGETABLE plants. 'WeKtslde Grocery, W. PIcacho,'.phoiw 864-M. 10-tfn La'rge'^ Hotpoint-. Refrigerator, a most' new,' exceptional quality large 1 buffet.'.'table, upholstered chairs. Will, sell separate, ex- (juisi'tc imported demitasse set $100; 'solid 'mahogany high-boy, chest and bed ; $65; miscellaneous articles. PUEBLO COURT OFFICE · · . · ' · ' 14-4p-17 Ifr-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, 92* W. Picacho. . . ' ' 1-tfn HIGHEST PKICEh PAID FOR used pianos. Stevens. Furniture Co. 316 N. Main. Phone (77. 1-tfn 17-- HEAL ESTATE For Sale ' 3 BEDROOM. HOUSE 2 baths ' LINDA VISTA W. J. Little Phone 270 or 1305 11-tfn FOR SALE 5 year . old hrfme -- 3 bed room, 1 1/3 bath, 125 ft. East front, plenty shade. Owner O. B. GUTHRIE 810 Upper College Rd. Drive by and Look $8,500.00 ll-4p-14 FOR SALE HOME ' 1 Bedroom, Modern. Contact Bob Shook. Day 1111. Night 0388-NR4. 1-tfn Neat 2 bedroom home, floor furnace, harwood floors, ven'itian blinds, attached garage. Near State College. Possession Juno 1st. $9500.00. , . 2 bedroorjj suburban homo, needs some repairs. Lot size about 70x150 feet. $6350. These and many others. ALBERT SOCOLOFSKY, Realtor HIGHWAY REALTY Member Multiple Listing Bureau NO. Hwy. 85 Phone 1403 13-2C-14 Nice small country Home Hiway 80 $6000. Four Room House Mesilla Park $5900. Four 'Room House N. Mesquite $2500. Five Room House ' Near Library $9500. pecan trees .'. $2100 QUESENBERRY REALTY CO. 12-3C-14 UNDER ALL ' IS THE LAND TOMORROW'S HOME: It's new. Nothing like it In the valley. 3800' floor space. Liv. rm. 20' x 34'. master bed rm. 15' x 25 %'. :i complete baths, 2 fully tiled. 4 fireplaces, sliding doors throughout, large patio facing Organs, dbl 'garage. COUNTRY LIVING: Old adobe, remodeled. 3 b.r., large living dining rm. Hcutcrlator fireplace, steel kitchen, sun room large living porch overlooking mountains, dbl garngc, large utility rm. Barn, corrala. large shade _ trees. 2 Acres on paved rd. near school. ' No. Alamcda school district. New 3 b.r. home 154 baths, attached garage. 512,500 MUST BE SOLD: 4 b.r. home, 2 baths, 3 car garage, large lot, close ip $2,000 dn. NEARLY NEW:_2 b.r. modem' neat and clean. $2363 down, $54.40 mo. FRED JOHNSON or YANCY CLARK, Realtor* 438 N. Main - Ph. 535 or 874 13-3c-ir Princess Hunts Job' . i · ' · . 'T v " --x^ ·'''"'·'*£*· .^fe^t: - . ^ · K , - - - · · , · ' , ;·:.·' : IN EXILE in Taris, Princess linjan Djavidan, widow o£ the late Khedive of Egypt, clips want ads'from a newspaper In her hotel room. ·Her identity was 'discovered When shwwns questioned ht a Paris hospital after she became ill in a street. The 64 -year-old princess said she ^is seeking a job as an interpreter or a lady'a companion. (IntcrnalwiiaTJ. Novelist Charges Brutality To Indians Common Iq State Is~EW YORK, April 19 UPi -- ec police brutality toward Indians is an usUtblislicU practice in many cities and towns. La Farge, New Mexico novelist and president of the association on American Indian affairs, .spoke at the annual meeting of that organization. . ... He' declared the Indian Affairs Bureau "continues to stifle the progress of nclians by restricting their right to manage their own ands and c IODBO their own legal counsel." -. "This assoc ation," he said "will work during the eoniing year for an ever increas tig delegaton of; responsibility and authority to thej indlnns themselves." 17-^REAL ESTATE For Sale NEW 4 ROOM MODEIwf HOUSE, oak floores, priv. owner, ph. M56-.T or 1450-W. 1-lfii owner, 1319 N. HejTnoncl. 1 l-5p-15 WHY HENT GOOD 1 B. R. MDN. $1,500.00 NEW 3 B. R. MDN. HOUSE 512.500.00 3 B. R. MDN. Large Lot 58,500.00 2 B. R. MDN., good location 50,000.00 NEW 2 B. R.'MDN. HOUSE 56,500.00 . ' 1 ACRE GOOD HOUSE 510,500.00 BURESH REALTY 'CO. -- Sole Agents -- 14-2C-15 19-- USED CURS For Sale 41 CHEV. 2 DOOR SEDAN, GOOD tircn, good condition. Hlnes, 218 N. San Pedro, ph. ,034 : R. after 5:30 p. m. 12-4p-15 42 FORD PICKUP, 48 MOTOR, good condition, 5395. 428 'South Campo, after 5 p. m. ' ll-lp-14 1938 4 DOOR HUICK, RADIO, heater, good condition, reasonable, 701 North Armijo Street, phone 395- W. 312-6p-316 2--1951 Plymouth 2-1951 Dodfie 2--1951 Pickup See D A. WILLIAMS At Romney Motor j3-tfn Immediate belivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. 'Main Ph. 1016 l-Un L O O K 1930 Ford, $50 down 193-l.Chev. $50 down 1938 Ford, $75. down 1940 Stud., $100 down 1930 Chcv., $75 down 1938 Chcv., $75. down 1930 DodRC, $50. down STEPHENS ; DSHD CARS 110 E. Mcsn . is.iMfi SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK . ''V^Vii- , By R. 1 SCOTT . ;ii ,.., u r i rr,, IS PLVCrl'l.!) 0 --.·-···'·· RICF $ROvmiO.'BE£.JrS BtlMq-ylE SlAPtL^ 7f«y ^fq^.A rlow Lou ; cAH Sfiorr^ ^o v/iteur rooD o SlVtRAL MOHl'tlS. Try and'Stop Me -By BENNETT CERF- R EBECCA WEST, the English novciistjind bVilliant conversationalist, thinks thai crossing lo and frsm.A^^'ica aboard luxury liners arc among the chief joys of her periodic visits to our shores. When a friend insisted on flying, Miss West asked, "How ean you resist the beautiful boats?" _ The friend replied, "I get into trouble on boats: drinks and cads, you know. I unfailingly get in with what is known ns the wrong set. In a plane you CAN P T get in with the wrong set." "No," a g r e e d Miss West thoughtfully, "just people you CAIS be seen ticatl with!" Landlord Vo^el slid nn overdue rent bill imiJer the door of n ifihitory BrtiHd\vuy character, v.'liu prumptly slid it out again;'T\vico more Vcpcl pushei! it back into the room--and twice morp:it'tamc bacl:. VoRcl slraiphtcnee! up, sillied deoiily. nntl reflected,.VI(guess I'll Imvp to fix liig \vir.tioi\* Hfter nli. There's certainly a .powerful draught in there." ' · ; -:\ .- .·.···:·. ·Copyrlslil, W j l . by Ucnr.cll Ccrf. DiitiibuteJ liy King Featurw Synt!IC6lf. : "" MICKEY MOUSE by Wai! fiisney V53.SIR... EXC5PT T,-IA,T 'I WILL GIVE VDU THE SAThll \VAITA N-' JCST eELi\',5R ... .\\V AV.MMIT ! ) STAFF ANuVt \VIL'_ MANPuS THE SITUATION ! - THE LONE RANGER by Fran S.lrikei I'D HATE TO DE \ V KILL YOU THE IN YOUR SHOES,) Ni HARD WAY. MISTER "THE'MAGICIAN ^%J ^1 v'Cf^i^ «rjTJl/)iv '·"V J HOW CAM YOU HE--IN OUR. PRESENCF?. 1 %\||i^p|' P\||^%.| by Paul I!oai .-^ ^- ' ) \''%3\,7BBf,VD"^D.ackp7J/«/W6.| ^^.Xdfe.^ I ·. f:v.i f| ; m^j -:^p. ^«V^ ^ ^ . \ .- ;;.ii... DOGGONEU!-.- 'MAYUE V..VA ITS A LIHLE SOME Wild KEATON IT V/HEM ZERO SMELLS WE HANDKERCHIEF BIG SJSTER I'VE GOT TO KEEP - - DiNGEF3OUST7i:L.CNE r -- .w FALSE STEP AND- , ,^-J *'·$ by Lee Falkjmd Phsl Davi; LISTEN TO WAT'I-=C\

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