Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 22, 1951 · Page 3
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1 I ': · \ LEI-BEDECKED Mrs. MacArthur and the General leave their plane in Hawaii. Admiral' Radford, Pacific fleet commander, is at left. The stop in Hawaii marked the first- leg in his .trip.home. Behind him in. Japan the General left a sorrowful Japanese people. News Notes About Dona Ana Countians IN THE ARMED SERVICES Cosiiic Borunda,/Jr., son of Mr. and'Hrs. Cosine Borunda, Las Cruces,;-volunteered for Uie U.S. Army on his 18th birthday. '' ' ' He was'formerly employed by the Main Cafe. He started to work there as a bus boy in 19-17 and pri- or to'h'is enlistment was assistant cook. He is now stationed at Fort Sam Houston. Han Anlonio, Texas. Cosine has a brother Danny and a sister, Yolancla, who reside at 320 N. Manzunitu street. Trees produce a greater, proportion of food In the tropict than anywhere else in the world. . ' More insects may be found in single square mile' than there are people in the world, says'the Book of Knowledge. Old Men Bring World Trouble (iMlltors mid-: Tills sldcllKlil 1:11 Ihc ulKiniclc-r of Oni-nil Ma«- A rt liur is hy n n Associated'_ I'ri'ss rurn-spodeiil \vlio has nivcrcil .MitfiArtliur's cnrrcr In (WO Will's.) Ky OI.ICN CLKMKXTS TOKYO. APRIL, 21 i/I'i -- U w;it; nearly seven yearn «f;a New York's Gov. TluiniHK K. Dewey had just won t h e Republican noniina- lion fur prouUlenL. Gen. DuiiKl:is MiicArlliur ,snt in ...K llciulijiKiiU-i.s ul Brisbane, Aiw- Iraiit), iinillini; uvor jKirtt-ntR of the Aiiii'iiciiii ]H]itic;il i-anipai^n. Oiict- lie linil hfipeil for the noini- naliou Dewy K°l tlll)t (ln J*- .MiicArtlnir xvns In a IliinUhip- jiloml (iioixl \\:ilh an itmliciic:- uT \Vhiit .Mix-Artliur suitl \\'ou](l lu'.vc (o l:t ( i f f t h i - rrciiid. niul H has In-f.-n Iti-pl so. But us ilrnnintlcaHy na ho Kpolto in Congress Ttiitrsday, he delivered to HUT n speech lie s:ihl he would give iT lie were in Dewuy's Nliuei:. TOCETHEFl'ON WAKE ISLAND iiv October wm-u General MacArthur and President Truman. Mr. Truman pinned the'Medal of Merit on the five-star general. The American public was given little inkling as to discussions held in this conference. College Studenl Dean Interprets Draft Testing All college sUulcnL-s will he required to Uiltc selective service college qualification tent to remain in school if they have a duiClablc fitalus, it hns liccn announced by Dcnn of students J. B. Munson of New Mexico AM. The Dean added, "Una doesn't moan a student xvho doesn't make in acceptable m a r k on the exam 111 be immediately dropped from school and drafted. According to Dean Mimson, here is the way the test works. ( ]f the student is in the required standing of ,his clji.ss mill passes the trst there is nothing to worry about. However, if he fails the teal and still has the required standing- then he still, can he deferred on the basis of tills. ., The student who hasn't met the required standing- to secure Hie necessary deferment to finish can pass the test and acquire deferment! The academic standing necessary for deferment ' varies from student to student. Freshmen must be in the upper half'"of the class, upon complution of the first year. Students finishing the first two years must be in the upper two. thirds of the, class to be deferred. Students who finish three-years must be.in the upper fourth of the Governor Is To Address Clubs Gov. Edwin L. Mechem Is expected to he the principal speaker for the joint meeting of the Rolary and Kiwanis clubs sliiied for Wed- j nCMlay noun at the Tortuyas cafe.! Governor Meelicm is scheduled l to fly to Washington Mninhiy -md \ to appear before a hearing' but he is expected to return in t i m e for the civic club m c e t i t n j hrre. President LcRoy Lcibrand of the Kiwanis wus reminding: the members of this club they are to meet on Wednesday noon this wet-U instead of at their usual meeting time on Thursday noon. President. John Davis (if the Rotary club is urging a full a t l c i n l - anco of the Rotary club muumur- ship for the joint meeting and to h u n u r Governor Mechcw. Governor Meclu-m lias no definite subject assigned for his tall; and will discuss what ever lie desire to discuss at the meeting 1 . People Are Beginning To See THE LIGHT.. Mere mid more of ihtm n r o caving money on our lop quality i l o w cosl tools and materials. See our vast selection today! Rio Grande Lumber 1040 N. Main Phono 3 jTTne were in r place.' . '· . ' ':-··''' ..-···· Tlic sense -of it was that 1'resl- dent lloOKCVtilt would step ilownjil frivor of n younger rnunr*ml;v!a,r the Injjn of n senior United Statwi political sachem for Lhil reft if Ills life. ' . ' . . ' ". :'".'iC6 .MiirArlluir euileil iin ;i iirr.soii^ ;il null!: "You may Ihlnk.llils Is-' fitninffl! I'lunlnfT f n u n nw," iin 'd!)l ' iiiiin lit U I. H u t It yon will limit liiii-lt through history you will rinil niiie.h of llu 1 trouble of tin;. world may he lalil t' "111 mm \vho \von'L -slc[» iliiivu." At 71, he stepped down .Thura- uay, saylni;: "Old soltlieiK ncve^ die; , ; Uiej; ju.'iL f:i'le away." - rni'Ull.v .-ilmMt lurid n f t c " the end of tlie 30 Yeais' Wnr. . l'",x|irrt Insiiruneo Aiivleu . . . Chlllon Ijian i Iiuiiir.inrai-C'0.- 1 ' Heal Estate Loans W. J. LITTLE Improved City 1'roiwrty - Farms -- Hanchwl Flrnt National. Bank Bids. Phone 270 or 1205 { DEFINITION OF AMERICANISMS: SHOUTING ABOUT INDIVIDUALISM? ANDTHEN ALLOWING THE CROWD. Purity The tost will lie given on Ihc citinpus of New Mexico AM -May 2(i, June 1 G . ' a n d Juni; 30. Appll: ciilton iilan'rfs arc nvHilohle at all draft hoards. KtmU-hl.s who are eligible 1 to tnlic the test are students who intend to request occupational doforninnl as students; male students under tlie age of 20 at time of the GIANT HEN EGG 1C Inches-In rlr- cnmfcrenec is di.spisiyrd Iji'isiilu normal si7.0 ej;g in Michi^nu Cily, Iinl., hy I'Yanlr Cn\Vf;ill,' n c i t y iic- teclivc and fhiclicn fancier. The CPK was l . n i i l . b y . i i Khodc Island red owned by poultry r a i n i e r William Schlinlti'r, who h KC'iidin^ it I n I'in;duc university for a chcclt- np on hla belief it's the tarpcst i:v history. · (Intcnnttionul} I N S U R A N C E KIRK--- LIABILITY'-- PROPERTY DAMAGE ' -WINDSTORM -- HAIL -- AUTOMOBILE -- BUILDING- CONTENTS - PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS PERSONAL - COLLATERAL - COMMERCIAL STATE FINANCE CO, INC. 117 East Gnggs Phono 968 all \s-ho avc taking full Unit! col-j Icge work In pursuit, of a i1t!Kn:i*; those who have riot previously token the test. Time To Think About The Graduate . . ..Graduation Day will soon be at hand. Select his or her gift today while our stocks are complete! Make It A" ' Point To Use Our Convenient LayrAway Plan! , PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS . PEN AND PENCIL SETS · · · · ' · · ' · · ;' . DICTIONARIES '. . . . .and 'hundreds of other useful gifts at the _ . . Prichard Book Stationery Co. 302 N MAIN : '. · : . . ' .PHONE 918-W Price ON BROKEN SIZES You'll Find The Season's Latest Styles And Colors ONE GROUP OF LADIES DRESS CASUAL SHOES Famous Nationally Known Brands Values to $8.95, Only .' , $3.44 ONE GROUP OF GIRLS' AND BOYS' SHOES Values to $4.98, NOW only ' ONE GROUP CHILDREN'S SHOES r Variety, of styles, nationally advertised brands Values to $6.95, NOW only .- LADIES' NYLON HOSE A VERY SPECIAL VAULE .VERY, VERY SHEER HOSE. For Only . . Pair THE FASHION SHOE STORE ' "Homo O( Nationally, Advertised Brands" Next To Mesllla Valloy Bank B U Y or L A Y A W.A Y 'THAT GRADUATION GIFT TODAY! J E W E L R Y 13CN. MAIN PHONE 923-W ^GHBDURTE -- iho malchloss w;y io make her (or his) memory of iho Groat Day remain alivo. and wonderful through Iho years. Chooso early. A complete solortion of famous.nam».i.i« wntchofi for mon "nd wom«n. Every"'*?; one a perfect graduation gift. ...-.- ·· · ''"-^ fiu«U T Morning. April K.MSil. LAS CRUCES (N. M,) SUN-NEWS PAGE THREE

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