Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on April 23, 1951 · Page 5
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Monday, April 23, 1951
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Monday Erening, April 23, 1951 : SON-NEWS WANT ADS LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE FIVE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Minimum CTiarjo ;"·.";. ,Hn First Time . . ' : . . . ; 4c per word BuMequerit Charge .. .'Sc per word ' AH clusiiUied ails must bf. in by 10 A.M. Monday fhrouph Friila; to Insure imblicutlon In that (lay's Issue. Classified uriverlising for Sunduj''5 paper must be Tin by 18 A.M. 1 Saturday morning, Cash must lu-compnny order on all 'classified ads except to those ha^-ing; regnlaf display iulvertlslrip clmrgc accounts, . All classified advp.rttKfng munt be scheduled for n deadline, period, qni; d a y ' o r more, and if ordered ii ml set theru will ifls no refund. Ads iiiimt IK ^clieduled a definite number of . days untl no refunds will }w ninde on classified advertising. : "- Any claims /«r crwilt or additional insertions of classified ads due to errors .ccci3rr!ng"ln advertisement must ln. mode day fol- - lowing publishing of advertlse- mcn t, PHONE 88 or 34 1--LEGAL NOTICES 1--LEGAL NOTICES THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO C;ill For Bids Sealed bids'will be opened in the Office of Stale Purchasing Agenl, Capitol Bldg., Sanla Fe, -it 11:00 A. M.. MST, for purchase of commodities .iiid services as follows: On April 30, 1051 for the removal and replacement of tile at the Highlands University in 'Las'Ve- gas.. On May 1st for printing rules and regulations for the Office o! State Comptroller in Santa Fe, ant for new Automotive Equipment for tlie University in Albuquerque. On Alay 2nd for New Passenger coupes and new Chevrolets */ 2 'con trucks F. O. B. dealers' delivery points and also for one New Willys Jeep Four-wheel Drive pickup. On May 10th for four one half ton trucks for the Highway Dept. On May 17, 1951 for two new Two- door Ford Sedans KO.B. Santa Fe. Tradeins are offered on all new cars. Bid blanks with specifications available f r o m ' G . T. McWhirter, State Purchasing Agent, Santa Ke. Pub: April 23. 1951. PANY, INC., a corporation orga- nied under the Laws of New .Mexico; and a duly excculed consent in writing that said corporation be dissolved; and this Commission being satisfied that all of the requirements of section 54-501, New Mexico Statutes Annotated, Compilation of 1041, relating to .the voluntary dissolition, ol corporations have been duly complied with:' NOW, THEREFORE, this Commission hereby certifies that said corporation has been dissolved.and Notice thereof shall be pnblishjll In an affidavit of Publication filed with the Corporation Commission as required by Law (Section 54-503 New Mexico Stalutes 1941 Annotated and all acts amendatory thereof). The principal office of said corporation in this Slate Is In 940 North Main Street, Las Cruces, New Mexico and the agent in charge thereof and upon wlioni sei-vice may be made la George M. Blel, Las Cruces, New Mexico. (260jpe) IN Testimony Whereof, the State Corporation Commission of the State of New Mexico has caused this certificate to be signed by Its Chairman and the seal' of' said Commission to be affixed at tho City of Santa Fe on thTs'si'h day of April 1051 Dan R. Sedillo Acting Chairman (SEAM ·' Attest: Cosine L. Garcia Cierk Pub April. 18 -23 12--FOR RENT PATIO APARTMENTS, F~UR- nished one and two bedrooms, enclosed yard, new management. Phone OSO-J2. 5-12p-16 1 ROOM; AI'T.; MODERN, AIR conditioned, stove and refrigerator furnished. Mesilla Park, ph. 0288-.11. l-tfn 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, utilities paid. Ph. 085-R1. 1-tfn APT.,- 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Ias Cruces, nil. 732-R. : ,. : i-tfn Improvements'A Ranch Keeps Boy Busily JYprkintf ! BELEN. April 23 (Special) -The 44 boys at New Mexico Boy Ranch are keening busy, in add BUSINESS OFFICE, LOCATED in center of uusiness District. Next to Western Union. Call 800. a-tfn Alito-iind Otner Financing . Clillton Loan Insurance Co. 17--BEAL ESTATE For Sal FURNISHED, LARGE BEDROOM kitchen, bath-$43. 1425 S. I.lan- zantits. jiisL off Foster Road south of Drive In Theater, phone 0-295-R2. . ' 8 .t fn 5--SPECIAL NOTICE USED FURNITURE -=- BOUGHT and sold. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-"R. ' · 1-tfn ALCOHOLICS l N O N Y M ~ d ~ U S Box 801. Phone 1H7-J between 7 and 10 p. m: it f n WHY BUY,IN EL PASO WHEN you can do. better at Stevens Furniture Co. ,1-tfn JX THK PROBATE COURT OF DONA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO Jn the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of C. Brittingham, Deceased. No. 1818." , . NOTICE OF I'KOIIATING WILL TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given .that^ the last will and testament-of C. B;-it- "tiigliam, deceased, was on the Ttli clay of April, 1951, produced before the Clerk of the P'robate Court .of Donjf.^nO^nty, New 'Mexico,' opened, read and filed ' by , saiti Clerk, and that May 4, 1951, at- 10 o'clock a. m. at .the courthouse in Las Crimes, New^Mexico, is the time and place fixed by. said court for prov-ng said last will and testament. s · All persons objecting to the proving thereof are notified to be present before said court at said time and place and show cause, if any they have, .why said .will should I not be admitted to probate. i WITNESS my hand : and the seal · of said, court at my office at Las ..Cruces, New Mexico,, this 7th day ; of April, 1051. . - . ' ··: (Seal) . B. Q.-. CHAVEZ, ;: Clerk, Probate Court, publish: April 0, IB, 23, 30* 1931. i- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT ? OF ADMINISTRATOR ' , : Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was. appointed administrator · of the' estate -of Janies '-Edward Brown. 1 also known as.EM ^Biown, deceased, b y . t h e Probate .Court of Dona Ana County; New Mexico on April 12, '1951, arid that ill persons having claims against '.said-estate should prepare and ure- Isent the. same to' the .undersigned Fat 137 West GriRRS, Las Cruces. $New Mexico within six months Strom April 10, 1951; otherwise the p^ame will be barred. _ WITNESS M Y ' h a n d this 13th Slay of April, 190]. Ted Alton Brown Administrate!' ilfub: April 16-23-.10, May 7,' 19D1. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF AMHNISTKATOK NOTICE is given Mint the under- ;ned has been appointed by ihe 3bate Court of Dona Ana Coun- N. M. and has duly qualified administrator of the estate (if JONAC1ANO R. TORRES, dc- eascd, in proceeding No. IS21. All ersons having claims against ihe state of said decedent arc requir- cl to present the same to the un- ersignod at 702 N. Church St., ·as Ciuces, N. M. within six lonths from April 1(1, 1051: olhcr- "·ise the same will be barred. Dated at Las Ciuces, N. M. this -Itli day of April, 1951. (·sgd) Lawrence Torres Administrator 'uli: Apr. 10-23-30, May 7. 1951. STATE OF NBW MEXICO CKIITII-IGATK OF HUNG Inlted States of America talc of New Mexico SS. It Is Hereby Ceritficd, that Uierc ·as filed for record in the office f the Stale Corporation Commls- on of the Slate of Now Mexico n the fith day of April A.D. 1(151 0:30 A. ii. ERTIFICATE of DISSOLUTION . of .' UI7, PLUMBING COMPANY, MC. The RUIZ PLUMBING CO.M- 3EWING MACHINES, NEW AND used. We repair all makes. ' STEVENS FURNITURE CO 316 N. Main. Phone 677. 1-lfn S--SERVICES CLOTH. COVERED. BUTTONS and buckles made from your material. Pearl snaps and studs placed on shirts and blouses. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water l-MMV-Fl-i-ifn SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSK for rent, modern, unfurnished. Inquire 041 N. 3rd or call 1014-R or 869. j-tfn CABB1N, FURNISHED, 720 PAR- ker Road, ph. 422-W. 11-tf.n FURNISHED CABIN, PH. 393-J or 151. e-tfn LARGE, NICELY FURNISHED, modern room, reasonable, 103G W. McFie, phone 831-W. 12-6p-17 FURNISHED APTS. AND CAE- nis, call- Las Cl-uces Hotel, 221_W.' drlggs. 16-3p-18 13--WANTED TO HENT GARAGE NEAR" WILLOUGHBY and Cherry, phone 536-W. . 15-Zp-16 14--SWAP WILL TRADE IS-ll Buick Convertible a n d household furniture for large house trailer, Phone 8117-W or 822-J. 1C-tin 3 BEDROOM HOUSE 2 baths LINDA VISTA W. J. Little Phone 270 or 1305 , 11-tfn .. FOR SALE HOME 1 Bedroom, Modern. Contact Bob Shook. Day 1111, Night 0388-NR4. B-A-R doing a good business, large stock llquors-wine-beer. Including building, equipment, license. Lock stock and barrel going for the Bm,aH sum $18,000.00 BURESH REALTY . ' After fj p.m. Call JOHN LOU7E .0184J3 IS--FOR SALE YAM SWEET POTATOE I 'LA NTS and tomato plants, any quantity. Barker Vegetable Farm / 2 mile south of Las Cruces on Hiway- 16-tfn BIG CHIEF GUNSMITH Earl Jones says: " P u p p y d o g friendly animal. Wags both ends when p l e a s e d . Let me fix your gun. Then ' you like puppy dog-pleased!" LIARS LODGE 108 S. Main Ph. 1029-w i-tfn 8--HELP WANTED MALE MECHANIC WANTED, MAY 1 at Mesilla Park, Fay Bell's Garage. 9-14p--22 RELIABLE MAN WITH CAR wanted to call, on farmers in FIRST MORTGAGE, WELL. SE- cured, payable $100.00 month including 6y« interest, SS.-300.00. . Phone 1-MO-K. 1G-6|)-21 SELLING OUT -- FOUR DAIRY cows, 7 calves, bull, mare, Farmall F12 2 low cultivator and planter, overhead irrigation sprinkler system. ll. S. Wertz, Doming, New Mexico, phone 540. lG-Bc-21 l(i FOOT HOUSE TRAILER, EX- ccllent condition, bargain for quick sale, ph. 0110-J2. I6-lp-16 SEWING MACHINES FOR RENT Embrec's,.432 N. Church, Phone 855-W. 14-6C-19 RADIATORS--NEW AND USED. Stewarts Radiator Shop junction 80-85, phone 202-R. 1-tfn WHY RENT We Hnvc Homes from $4,000.00 up 2 B. R. mdn. large lot, large garage, best of locations. $10,500.00 New 2 Ii. R. mdn. 75 ft frontage 145' deep- a good location' $9,000.00- BURESII REALTY CO. JOHN tion to attending nearby La Joya public .schools five days weekly. They have slat-led clearing a new section of land on the ranch removing sagebrush. A construction company building a new highway ihroJgh the i-anch has built a new road from the new dormitory 'to the old ranch headquarters on a hill a half- mile east. ,. .. . . The old schoolhotise has been moved to near the new dormitory and is being converted into a din- ng room and kitchen. II should 3 in use this week. The boys butchered a 10-month- old white-faced steer calf for beuf ast week. . Alfalfa- fields are growing good mil the boys plan to get their first utting. May ifi. The youngsters prove they know low to handle chicks. They recelv- d 1,040 baby chicks two weeks go and,lost only 13 in the first 'f days. They arc mostly W h i l e rtanch Manager Cecil Pragnell s keeping busy. He has' addressed early 2.000 persons about Ranch affair's-.since be became 'business* lanager January I5th. As Records Fall, Current WT-NM Season Is Upset By The Associated 1'rt'ns The young "West Texas-New Mexico .baseball season already gives promise of being a honey. With only three days gone, one league record lias been sh.ittored. And RO far no team has been able to get through its third game A-iih- out a .setbaclt. The Nt'iiium'a first weekend saw last yoar'ti cluunpion Albuquerque Dukes take the lend in the standings wlUi n pair .of victories no defeats. They beat Lamesa 1.1-7 Sitturduy* ami Abilene 0-1 Sunday. Ki'rord Foils It was in the latter same thnt the recortl fell. It took the Dukes 10 innings to Jmiul Abilene Its first setback. The previous longest game was 15 innlngy, and Abilene was the loser in that one too. It wild played Juno 5, 19-17, with Lmiiosti t a k i n g a 7-fl verdict. LubbocU ran into the third sumo I jinx angainst Borger, going down 11-10 Sunday before a ninth-inning Borger rally. Borger combined .1 triple and a double with a Lllbbock error and a long fly ball for three runs it needed. Lubbock hr- 1 beat Clovis fc^- the second straight night Saturday, 4-3; Borger turned Ihe tables on Pampa to taKe an 11-2 victory. Pampa. rapped Clovis 7-5 Sunday to move into a three-way tie for second pluce with Lubbork and Borger, eiu-h with two wins and one loss. j The defeat was the third I ·:ti-aij;lit for Clovis, which was ed in the wiuless column hy j vent dcm-i iB-n before Abilene i satin-day and fell 10-6 to Lamesa j Sunday. The game produced four I lonje tuns, three of them by Alil- drillo sluggers. Crawford Howard accounted for wo foiiMinggiM-b and Frank Murphy got tb.; other for Amurillo. ^eaky Pedro Santiago hit the La- nc.'ja round-tripper. The tcnms go round again in heir Sunday locations tonight ·Itli Clovis at Painpit, Horger at lUbboi'k. Aiiiurlllo nl Lamesa and uiuurqilc at Abilene. Minor League Scores ; By The Assorlulril; I'rcsK ' WEST TEXAS-NEW :.MEXICU; Pampa 7. Clovis 5 . Borger 11, Lubbork 10 Albuquerque 6, Abilene I (i innings) Lamesa 10, Amarillo C ' '' SOIJTllM'ESTEKN INTKKNATIONAL LEAGUE El Paso 8-10, Las Vegas 7-9 Juarez S-5. Tijuana .3-10. Phoenix 4. Mexican 0 Bi.«heeDouglas 8-5, El Centra 1 7-12 ... 4-4, Yuma 3-fl . . TEXAS I.KAGl'lE Dallas 5, Port Worth 3 Shreveport 4, Beiannont .1 . San Antonio fl-7, HotLston 0-3 Tulsa 11. Oklahoma City 1 PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE ; Hollywood G'l, I.DS Angeles- 1-8 San Diego 5-2. Sacramento 2-1' Seattle 4-9. Portland 3-0 San Francisco 13-11, Oakland 4-3 WESTERN' LEAIiUK "" '" Omaha (1-1, Des Moines 3-2 : Pueblo 12. Colorado Springs'3' Denver 5-12. Wichita 4-10 " Lincoln at Sioux City postponed, wet grounds. MICKEY MOUSE by Wall Disney FEEL K'NPA OUT OP \! TOUCH \VITM THINGS! " SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. l-tf n GOOD USED Tire Co. TIRES. SHOOK 1-tfn DELICIOUS MILK FED CAPON fryers Jl.OO each on foot, $1.20 dressed. Dr. Morton Poultry Farm, 1S20 W. Hadley. ph 537-M. n FLOWER A N D VEGETABLE plants. Westslde Grocery, W. IN DEMING 13 U n i t 'Tourist Court 5 room house, 2 room garage, 00% pure water . . . $40,000, $7,000 down, balance terms. 200-acres Pumping Project shallow water, good land, $50 per acre . . half clown, here are some good buys. Let, us show you \vhcre you can have security. 2 room and bath Furnished. Sturdy built, cinder tile, storage room 75x130 ft. Terms. This-is best buy for the day. t more.' possible. No capital required. .Write A. C. Myers, 2401 Larimer. St. Denver Colo. ' . . - Su-il-Tue-Mav 15th 10-- HELP WANTED Female e \VOMAN FOR HC-USE WORK - , Inquire 6U4 El Prado. - 12-tfn ' . R E S P O N S I B L E LADY EE] twccn age of 30" and 35. must ; have' car. Willing to work shifts between 3:30 a. m. and 8:30 p. m. " 40 hour week. Continental air Linus,- ph. i.}2. . . in-L'c-W 1 WAITRESS, MUST BE EXI'F.lil- enccd, apply Bobs Cafe! 1250 W. ^ PjCBCho. - ' 16-tfn = 12-- FOH RENT 3 KOOM APT., . FURNISHED, utilities pd. $00 month, 62l' E. Hartley. I 5 . t f n BEDROOM yon GENTLEMAN · 329 S. Miranda.' Ii3-4p-18 2 ROOM APT. FURNJSHKD, 1-201 W. Picacho, ph. 080R1. ]6--2p-lG 5 ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE . X. -Alameda. .SS5.00, phone 710. 15-3p-17- THREE ROOM APT UNFUR- nishcd, 333 E. Kansas, phone 1421-W. lQ-2p-17 SMAuL F U R N I S H E D APT. Light housekeeping room, close iii, adults. 212 s. Alameda. Ph. 727-R. '16.2p.17 TWO BEDROOM. BRICK. FUR- nlshcd home, :ns Linda Vista. 16-2p-17 3 ROOMS AND BATH, FUR- nished, children welcome, inquire Mr. Prest. 403 S. Salona Drive. lC-lp-16 3 ROOM .MODERN' HOUSE UN- furnished 555.00, furnished $67.50. 212 S. Alameda, ph. 727-R. 16-2p-17 2 HKDHOOM HOUSE, UNFUR- nished, Knctus Kourt. 16-5P-20 MODERN, NEW, ATTRACTIVE, 4 room npt. Tile hath, conveniently located, hllli; paid. LIIIIII- dry facilities. Couples only. Cul- loms Apts. 315 S. Main. 18-tfn PRACTICALLY NEW, 't'WO HEC- room home. Linda Vista add!* tlon, phone MO. 12 ; tfn APT. 3 ROOM ANb HATH. FUR- nlshcd. Inquire 403 E. Ilnilley, ph. 6CO-W. 14-5p-is i-icacno, phone S64-M. 10-tfn 3fe INCH, STEEL CLOTHES), line . poles, welded, 1208 Kle n St. Ph. 1213-M. 16-7p-21 Stahmann varieties, ph. 0302-R1 · .. 15-3p-17 GOOD FURNITURE FOR 0 room house,- used 'one year, ph. OS88R3;. 15 ; 4p-13 KRIBIDARE A P A R T M FJ N T electric range, cash $75.00 on terms if you like, 230 West Court, ph. 408-J. 15-3C-I7 Large Hotp'oint Rcfi-igcrator, almost new, exceptional quality large buffet, table, upholstered chairs. Will sell separate, ex- .qulnltc Imported demitasse set $100;. solid mahogany high-boy chest and bed $65; miscellaneous articles. · PUEBLO COURT OFFICE M-lp-17 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber moderate price, Pee Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brlckrete building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Sc Mesqnite. Ph. 14SG-.J. 1 - t f n IB-- WANTED TO BUY HOUSEHQLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 831-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 024 W. Picacho. 1-tfn HIGHEST PRICEa PAID FOR used planoa. Slovens Furniture Co. 316 N..Mah. Phone e?7. 1-tfn TWO BEDROOM HOUSE ON West Gallagher. Cambridge, or Oxford DrKC; phone 003-M. lf.-:ip-I7 17-- HEAL ESTATE For Salo BUSINESS HOUSE AN!) 4 APTS. Jndt acrosu from high school for sale by owner, phone 6S7-VV. -. ... . . 15-tfn ..... i .. -o.*l .MOUI-JU.N HOUSK, oak floored, .priv. owner, ph. 1450-J or 1450-W. 1-tfn 5100.00 up. For other properties sec . . . BUNCH'S HEAL ESTATE . 1401 E. Arizona Ph. 1530-R 15-3C-17 TOP OF THE DAY · A one bed room furnishe house located at 1190 W. Brownlee, that would make, sonic one a nice home, large yard, fruit and pecan trees,- place for chickens, close to school am shopping, be sure to see this, only S6850.00 and you move in all ready to go. Just what you have been looking for, a good two bed room home located at 044 S. Melendres, nice sjze rooms, lots of cabinets in -kitchen, enclosed back yard, Inrge garage, a good buy for 510,000.00. Whether you want to buy or sell come In ami lets talk It over ROBERTS REALTY Hotel Herndon Ph. 24 15-3C-17 19-- USED CARS For SaU 1938 -1 DOOR BUICK, RADIO, heater, good condition, reason"able, 701 North Armljo Street, phone 395-W. ,312-5p-31G 1949 2-DOOR CHEVROLET AND 1!MO 4-door Plymouth for IflOl- 50 model. 111 Cambridge. l, r ,-3p-17 2--1951 Plymouth 2--1951 Dodge . 2-1951 Pickup See D A. WILLIAMS At Romncy Motor ' 13-tfn Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cru:es at ... · CULLOM BUICK co. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 l-tfn LL ... THIS 15 ou!; REST ) IN -HOLLYWOOD: ^J . \voN3Epi ito " "' A-\AKIN3 OUT ' THE LONE RANGER by Fran Striker ^"fl BE A UWMAN,BOSS,HK WEAR. aSHTM!^.!.^-!ZS.BRINS-f'E HBREjUwv-r BEEN DISWMEC , . . IN' A MASK. MAYBE WE SHOULD HEAR WHAT HE HAS TO SAY. ALL RIGHT -JVOURH!CCOL-'|-».rTER I I A,PCAPTURl-:tHIN'? MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN Dy Paul Robinson LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY hy Brandon Walsh HE FIRST CAME MERE HE'D EAT t 'NYO-IIMG-NOV.'HE'S BIG SISTER by Lee Falk and Phil Davit ' AMY FASTER THAN OO.'VVh'ATA DING MY POOC2 IN WAT TUMBLE: CONSIDERABLY. THEYLL BE EASY TO CATCH NOW. $4 r%) *vwr'; °^5b^l^-'^^-StM. by Les Forgraye

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