Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 10, 1951 · Page 5
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Thursday, May 10, 1951
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Thursday Evening,'May 10/1951 LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE FIVE * if SUN-NEWS WANT ADS 1S-FOH SALE YAJll SWEET POTATOE PLANT and tomato plants, any guan , CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Minimum Charge M First Time Yty per wor Subsequent Charfe . . .Sc per wor AH clarified .adfl must be In b 10 A.M. Monday through Fridi to insure publication In that day Issue. Classified advcrlt.Hlnc to Sunday's paper must bo In by 1 A.M. Saturday morning; Cash must accompany order o nil classified ads except to thaw having regular display advertlsln charge accounts. · All classified advertising mus bo scheduled for u deadline perlot one tiny or more, and if orderci And set there will be no refund Ads must be scheduled, a deficit , number of days and no refund will be made on classified adver Using. " Any claims for credit or add! tionnl Insertions of classified ad. due to errors occurring In adver flsenicnt must bo made day fol lowing publishing of advertise ment. " . . - : . , PHONE 33 or 34 0-- LOST AND FOUND LOST, PAIR OF BLUE PLASTIC glasses in brown case -on Ptca- :ho or Main strcetj -744'^.Miranda. . :31-lp-31 Say, Mother' and Dad, have you thought what you are going to buy Junior 'oi- Sister for a Graduation Gift ? We have many things for Junior such as a bicycle, fishing rod ; reel, .22 rifle or a good shotgun, flashlights, football, baseball gloves and bats, or a nice table model radio fur either sister or Junior. Come and look around. FARMERS MARKBT - Ph. 333, Your Gheckerdale Store . v- ;. ..- .. 29-3C-31 5-- SPECIAL NOTICE SEWING MACHINKSiJffEW AMD used. We repair all makes. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. 316 N. Main. Phone 877. · 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 USED FURNITURE BOUGHT - and iold. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn WHY BUY IN EL I'ASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. 1-tfn LORY BAKER, D. 0; PHYSICIAN and SURGEON - : -AnnounceS'-the ; opening ' of offices at 124 N. CHURCH Off. ph. 872-W .Res. ph. 397-M "' .22-18p-3fl Neighbor, it's natural to want to save. .Start now. Save a Iluck on your purchase of a perfect 0x12 Linoleum Rug. Alameda Furniture 'Co. Alameda at West. Amador. Phone 881AV '· 29-2c-Tu-Thur 6-- SERVICES · : . - . · ': ' CESSPOOL AND.CEPTIC TANK service! Call p397-J.3. · 31-6p-Tu-Su-May 22 Frigidaire Service · By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn Does. Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S- W Construction Co. . FKKE ESTIMATES " · ' . · ' 1S-TKN ~_ BIG C1UEK rV GUNSMITH \\ Earl .lones Bays: J Bring in . your \\w flrc'd cartri d g z V cases. He will re- AL load them at ft ' £HL^' ' 8a Y' n £ to you and /J3^i they will shoot £gf£j\ better than tlie L^/\^J factory originals. ^*~^y. Heap smart thing to do - huh? LIARS LODGE 108 S. Main I'll. 1020-W' ·· '" · 1-tfn 7-- HELP WANTED Hey you Kirls -- did you know Mother's Day is this coning Sunday? What have y-Mi t one about getting a Mother's Day gift? We have lots of things your Mother would love --sets of .dishes for ng low as 59.03 for: a full. 82 piece set. Waffle a irons, coffeemakers, sandwicn grills, Pyrex ware, Electric roasters, V a c u u in cleaners. Why not pool your money together and come to Farmers Market for your Mother's Day gift? Your money goos farther at Your Checker- dale Store, Come sec us. Phone 3.13. 2!l-3-,11 7-HELP WANTED £ STENOGRAPHER. G E N E R A 4 Office for Insurance and Reo 4 Estate, 2S years up. Neat, ref Mexico State Employment Ser vice, 246 VVest Las Cruces, Ave . · ao-sc-s r RESPONSIBLE MAN AND WIFI t only, to work on farm; a s handyman and house work. Goot n house, close in; bus, mail route e References. Call Saturday 015R E 30-3p-J2 t ll--WOHK WANTED , WILL, DO IRONINO AT MY 1 home,. 703, S. Almendra. 29-5p-33 3 WILL, KEEP CHILDREN IN MY 1 home for working mother. Write Box 07 ''',, Sun-News. 31-3p-3: 12-- FOH HENT 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, "INQUIRE 406 E. Hadlejvph. 669- W. 26-7p-32 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED . modern. Couples only, H08 W Hadley. 31-tfn SMALL 2 ROOM APT. FURNISH- ed, utilities pel. $37.50 mo. 715 W. Las Graces, Ave. Ph. 53-W. 31-3C-33 3 ROOMS, BATH, FURNISHED, apt; Electric refrigerator utilities pd. $52.00 mO. Alfio ' sleeping room 1812 W. Amador, ph. 080.T4 31-3i33 SMALL 2 BKDROOM HOUSE, unfurnished. Inquire C41 N. 3ix, 'ph. 1014-11 or S59. 31-tfn 3 B.- R. .COUNTRY HOME. LOTS of shade, veiy attractive, available May 10th, 5100 mo. Ph. 535. 23-tfn FURNISHED, SMALL APT. AND house, phone 02S1R3 or 941-W. 19-lfn MODERN, FURNISHED APAKf- ment, 1425 S. Manzanita south Drivein Theater near · Foster, couple only 0295-112. 17-tfn MODERN, NEW, ATTRACTIVE, 4 room apt. Tile bath, conveniently located, bills paid. Laundry facilities. Couples only. Cul- loms Apto. 315 S. Main. IS-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces, ph. 732-R. 1-tfn 3 ROOM APT.. MODERN, AIR erator. Musilla Park, $55.00 month, ph. 0288J1. 27-tfn CABIN,. FURNISHED, 720 PAR- 'ker Road, ph. 422-W. 29-tfn MODERN, FURNISHED HOUSE couple only, 129 E. Chestnut. - 29-5p'-33 TWO BEDROOM UNFURNISH- ed. house." Bill Smith, Mcsilla Park. '. 29-5P-33 ONE SMALL, MODERN HOUSE, partly furnished, call 743-W 29-3p-31 1, 3 ROOM APT. FURNISHED. Also 2 house trailers all air cond. No pets. ph. W. C. Thompson, 0390R3. 1 mile W. Mesilln Park. 27-7p-33 NICE. BED ROOM FOR.GENTL- man, ph. 242. 31-3c-33 FURNISHED, AIR-COND. CABIN phone 151 ur 393.-J. 28-tfn 2 BEDROOM APT. MODERN UN- furnished, ph. 0397J5. 28-6p-33 .3 ROOM AIT. FURNISHED,. PH. 016J3.01' 1066-W. . 29-3p-31 FOR SALE OR- RENT FULLY equipped filling station, Mobil- NEAV 'APARTMENT. J. S. OHIL- dies, ,J26 McClure Rd. 30-6p-36 nished, one and two bedrooms'/ phone 099-J2. ' · '30-12p-41 Furnished one bedroom apt., at .510 West Amador -- $85. : QUESBNBERRY REALTY 102 N. Church 27-tfn 15-- FOR SALE . USED COLD SPOT 6 FT. -RE- frigerator, good condition. 56o:bo phone 0386R3. 31-2p-32 2 SECOND H A N D PIANOS Good condition. The Music Box. 3U2C-32 500 LBS. 1517B COTTON .SEED. LeRoy · Carver, Old Mesilla, paved road. 29-3p-31 SEAT COVEH B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn' GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pec Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brlckrete building block, j-ed buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mosquito. Ph. 14S6-J. 29-tfn . Model B Farmail Tractor, cultivator, planter and plow. 135 W. Griggs. Ph. 11 ID or OOB-J. 29,3c-31 NOW JS THE TIME TO REMEMBER MOTHER on her day, Sunday, May I a. Special discounts on all gift Items during this week. Pottery, Electrical appliances, lamps, chairs. . ' ALAMEDA FURNITURE CO. Alameda at W. Amftilor Phone 881 -W 28-Gc-M tity, Barker Vegetable Farm '/ - way. le-tf 1 FLOWER A N D VF,GETABLE plants, also for rent on you picnics, ice cream freezer an charcoal broiler. Westside Cro , eery. Phone 864-M. 29-Oc-S , GOOD USED TIRES. SHOOK J Tire Co. l-tfn Have you all looked at Andy Williams' home at 221 South Miranda? It certainly looks nice with that new Devoc paint job. There was just one ront of Dcvoe House Paint used -it really does a marvelous job and is reasonable, too, when you only need one coat. See Your Checkenlaie Store whenever you need paint fpr anything. We also give SH Green Stamps on all paint sales. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 29-3C-31 IB-WANTED TO BUY HIGHEST. .JPRICEb PAID FOR 'used pianoai-.StBVtni Furniture Co. 316 N. Mai.i. Phone 677. HOUSEHOLD F ' U P . N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 931-J. Viaduct Salvage Y»rd, 0247 W. Picacho. 1-tfn 3,000 CFM HLOWER TYPE cooler, phone White 11G-J. ' 26-6p-31 17-- REAL ESTATE For Sal* MODERN 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, air condition, floor furnace. The .best buy in town.. Phone 2G2-W or sec D. A. Williams at Romney Motor Co. 31-3p-33 IN KACliAMENTO MOUNTAINS, cabin, one acre land, spring. Call 0182-J1 after 5 p. m. ' 29-5p-33 BEST BUYS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Linda Vista. Suburban 3 bedrooms-2 baths. W. J. LITTLE, Realtor ' 27-tfn WHY RENT? 1 - 3 B. R. modem. 3 - 2 IS. R. modern. All' new houses. . BURESH REALTY CO. 'LOUIE '..' JOHN . . 31-2c-32 - 11 FOR SATJ: ·HOME 1 Bedroom, Modern. Con- 'tact Bob 'Shook. Day 1111, Night 0388-NR4. . 1-tfn UNDER- ALL, THE LAND SPECIAL: 115 Branson Ave. (near College). Nearly new F. H. A. home, 2 Urge b. r., small dining rm., wall to wall carpeting in liv. rm., 'dining rm. hull. Only $1,905 (In. $55.03 mo. 224 W. 'Fleming: .New 3 b. r. ionic, walking distance of. all sciools. -" , -. $12,000 119 E. Gallagher: .Modem 2 b. r.t Dandy rent, beater. Only $2,000 dn. S5i mo.- . 604 tipper College Rd. Nice 0 rm. modern home facing mtns. Good 'deal for Vet. $8,300. 810 N. Second: Veterans Special. Good 2 b. r. home. $6,000. 512 N. Alameda: Modern 3 b. r. home .wiUi wall to wall car- Hiting in living rm. 2 b. r. modern, at 270 W. Hadley. Must be sold together. For home investment this can't be beat. $17,000. . FRED JOHNSON or YANCY CLARK, Realtors ·138 N. Main Ph. 535 or 874 Sl-Sc-33 13-- USED CARS For Sal* MOTORCYCLE 1947 74-OHV-HP $500.00. Phone 084R3. 31-5p-35 1946 Plymouth Sedan ..$725.00 1941 Plymouth 2-door . . 393.00 1948 Studebaker Sedan JOHN MILLER Motor Co. Phone 258 050 S. Main 30-2c-3I A ch.ince to own one of America's finest cars at a price you would expect to pay for one of the cheaper brands. · 1048 Bulck Super Sedan; Radio and Heater. 1947 Cnryslcr New Yorker Sc( an. JOHN MILLER Motor Co. Phone 258 CM S. Main .10-2C-31 Lopal Has Steady Job As Long As Cleveland Is In American League By JACK IIAXD ' (Associated Press Sports Writer) As long as Cleveland is in the American League, Eddie Lopat has a steady job. · Eddie's poison was deadly when he pitched for Chicago. But once he switched to New York ho became a sure shot against the Indians. And now he's beating them to death with a bat too. It's a rare Cleveland series that doesn't find Lopat pitching the key game for the Yanks. He beat them six times Inst year as well as the last three times he faced them in '49. Vindicates Casey They criticized Casey Stengel ast summer when he used Lopal and Tommy Byrne as pinch hitters against this very same Cleveland team. But last night Lopat iroved -his batting power once :nore. He hit a three-run homci uid drove in five Yankee runs in their 9-2 triumph. Lopat now tops both majors with a perfect 5-0 record for the rear although his string of 32 innings without an earned run was napped. Loser Bob Lemon was mocked out in the sixth. It was the Yanks' seventh win n nine starts on their first western trip. They stretched their first jlace margin to two full games mi left the Indians in third, 'artk's Win Important The Yank's · victory probably was the most important of yestcr- ,ay's action but the New York Giants-17-I1 romp over the make- hift St. Louis Cardinals started norc tongues wagging. Len Dnr- cher's crew now has won eight if its last 10 starts. Tin-owing off the shackles - of heir horendous slump, the Giants ave climbed out of the cellar, Vith eight Cards bedded down by lu, thu Giants sluggers ripped into : Lanier and three "savers" ior 1 Idts. The hit and run total led the season high in both eagurs. In the upper bracket of the Na- ional,"thc Boston Braves took :id- antage of the Card collapse to ·ideu ' their lead to two games. t was the Braves' sixth shutout ob in 24 games, .onstnnty Wins Jim Konstanty picked up his rst win after three defeats as the 'hiladelpluH Phils toolt a 10-inning Office Orders Jucry Into Cotton Sales Above Ceiling Acting on complaints from a umber of cotton dealers. Edward Morgan, assistant director of he OPS enforcement, division, has ·dered an investigation of any ossihle violations of ceiling prices n cotton. Complaints have come especially ·om merchants who have been nahle to meet their requirements ecause of inability to buy cotton pparently being purchased by Lhers at over-ceiling prices. Ceiling prices for. cotton were established in early March by order which set ceiling price of 45.76 cents a pound on what .known in the trade as*"white and extra white middling 15/JG inch in Area One." comprising, a group of counties in .the Carolinas. Other ceilings were set :?rom this basis with variations for grade,' staple and location. About 30 per cent of all non- farm home owners in tlie United States in 1950 estimated their homes would sell for ^10,000 or Kxpert Insurance i Advice . . . Chllton Loan Jt Insurance Co. 19-USED CARS For Sail 1946 PLYMOUTH. FOUR DOCK. Very clean. New seat covers and battery, 744 % N. Miranda. ' '29-2p-Tu-Thu 937 DODGE, Mel end ITS SB DAN, 11G N. :to-:ic-32 I9fi0 CHH^. 4 13OOK, ALL EX- trna, good condition., terms. 132 W. Wilioughby, ph. 279-R. 28-5C-32 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK ' In Las Crudes at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 i-tfi 21--INSTRUCTION Don't you fefij sorry for tlint wife ot you r.i-- pushing that old worn out Inwn mower? Why not get her one of mir new Keen Kuttcr Power law'n mow- era? Would make nn ideal Mother's Day gift and she will see that your lawn is In good .shape -- It will -also help her shape or regain it {whichever the case may he). We will b« glad to Int you try out a Kei-n Kuttcr power lawn mower on your own lawn. Cull 333 for a free demonstration -- Timmy Cu.stck will give you the demonstration. lie said he could stand a little of that reshaping too. MARKET - Ph. .133 Your Chcokcrdalc Store game from Pittsburgh, G-G. 'Konstnnly rescued Russ .Meyer In the ninth, forcing Gits Bell and Ralph Kinnr to ground out. Then he .blanked them in the 10th while the Phils got to reliefer Joe Muli- fer the winner. Clyde King, tamed the Chicago Cubs for a 5-1 Brooklyn victory. A timely double by Sal Abrntns scored twq runs to break a '2-2 tie iii the sixth. NVu'hmiscr Shut Oui The American League got notice tn expect the worst from Hal Newhouser from now on as the Detroit lefty shut out Washington 4-0, with seven hits. After three wobbly starts, the veteran ace .has pitched two fine games in succession. The Philadelphia A's scored six in the 10th to drub the St. Louis Browns. 8-2, a f t e r tying the score on Eddie Joost's homer in the ninth. The Boston ut Chicago night game was rained out. AM To Offer Spanish Courses In Summer Term The foreign language department at New Mexico AM college will offer n wide variety of courses in Spanish during the 1951 slimmer session which begins .lime 11. ' Residua several courses for ntl- vanced and -graduate students, the dopa rt ment will offer the full course of second-year Spanish. This class will meet two hours daily and carries six semester hours credit. \ class in beginning Spanish emphasizing conversation and every-day vocabulary will also be offered. This class will meet two hours daily and according* to Dr. Carl A. Tyre, department head, should provide the student with a fairly good knowledge of simple, spoken Spanish. The course carries six semester hours of credit. Interested persons may secure further information by contacting the foreign language department at New Mexico A.tM College. Try and Stop Me -By BENNETT CERF- M OST famous Pierre Du Pont legend concerns the day he invited n honeymoon couple to view his priceless collection of Chinese art. Awaiting the arrival of the host, the young bride picked up ;i small vase to examine it more closely, thr-n gasped with dismay as it slipped from her hands and shattered into a thousand pieces on the stone floor. At this precise moment, Pierre Du Pont came pattering along-. "Oh, Mr. Du Pont." wailed the bride, "I've smashed the little vase Dm I .stood in the little niche here." Mr. Du Pont looked at the niche indicated, gave the bride a reassuring pat on the back, announced, "Don't worry that pretty little head of yours; the vase was one of the least Important in my collection"--and fainted dead away. Dialogue, overheard in tlie office of a small-town eye, ear, and throat specialist; "What do I owe you for curing' my deafness, young man?" "Ten dollars." "What's that? Twenty dollars?" "I said thirty dollars, ma'am." Copyright. 1951. by Bennett Ci-rf. Distributed by Kinn Features Syndicate. \ ' MICKEY MOUSE by Walt Disne;|f THE LONE RANGER AS SOON AS THE OUTLAWS RECOGNPE ; WHO LE e, WE'LL DE IN TOR TROUBLE." HTT"' ARE TilESE 1 HORSEMEN? by Fran Sirikei A, j MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Robinsci NARDA--WHO WERE THOSE TRAMPS,! GUES THEY SJIOT THAI PANTHER WHEN IT JUMPED AT ME, ANDTH NARDA.' !M SORBY IF I GOT YOU INTO AN TROUBLF. I'VE HEARD SOMUCHABOUTYOU I'MLENORE. YES.l KNOWMANDRA", MY THOUGHT I WAS LENORE, CAN LOTOARTAKEME VC I DON'T KNOW--LETS GET OUT-FAST.' CRAZIEST THING I EVE THE AIRPORT? THEN I'LL BE OUT OF YOUR WAY. LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY r ](t*)W,DONT LAUGH-I WAS WIN IMA · · . DOSS WORLD WHERE DOGS OWMEO ; HONEST- IT WAS THE) HURRY--J PFOPIE, i IKE PEOPLE OWN OOG'J- ISTRAWGGST AN '^r TCLL. ML? AM' ZERO WAS AM ORPHAN ooo DEALEST DREAM j/MOUT IT BEFORE LMM'lM AIOVELY HOME TOOTH, :T EVER HADVtptE BREAKFAST A DOGS-- AN' r WAS 7EKO'S PET by Brandon Walsh .WAS ALLOWED) OR LtAVE THE A BREAiCFASr ,' A IN THC O - HOME - -/^.HillL I f$ S^rt^; BIG SISTER by Lee Falk and Phil Davii H'M.'ASTOBEOVEB YrJEOE. MiL.LK.ivS CIGARS. I'M FAMISHED A LOAF OF BSEAD AND A CAN Cf PEAS, PLEASE. A L.OACQ? BREAD ANOA CAN OP PETAS, PLEASE. fDUN'S MAM?^ft; : ETTA KETT y^v-'^'^ii 6-WVai

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