Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 20, 1951 · Page 5
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SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ABVErmSFNO Minimum Charge Bfi Flnt Time 4c per won Subsequent Chnrfe... .So per word All clus.siflHl ad» must IIP In by 10 A.M. Monday through Frid«; to Insure publication In that clay's . Issue. Classified advertising fo Sunday's paper must bo In by 10 A.M..Saturday morning. ' Cash must accompany order on all classified ads except to those having regular display advertising charge accounts. All classified adwrfislng must be Kfhetltilnd for a deadline period ono (lay or more, and if orderei find set there will be no vcfund Ads must he scheduled a definite number of days and no refunds will bo made on classified advertising. , Any claims for credit or additional Insertions of classified ads due lo errors occurring In advertisement must bo. rande day fol- lotving publishing of advertisement MIONH JS or 34 1--LEGAL NOTICES - Notice is hereby given that the New Mexico College ..of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, Slate College, New Mexico desires ,.to sell ttic following: 4 bonr pigs born in 11)51;' 4 sow pigs'born in 1951; and 4 hrcd sows 11/2 years old. Swine may he inspected at the hog lols of the New Mexico College of A. M.A;, state College, New Mexico. Bid information may be received from the Purchasing Agent. Business Office, State College, N.M. Sealed bids will l)e prjenei' at 10:00 A. M.. May' 29,1931. Pub: May 18-20-21, 1951 3--LOST AND FOUND LOST BROWN BILLFOLD WITH saddle one side, zipper, important papers, phone 627-R. 30-1p-39 How does your lawn look? Are you satisfied with it? I wouldn't be either if I had your lawn. Why not give it a boost with an application of Verta Green or Scott's Turf Builder? We will furnish you with a fertilizer spreader--free--if you will put enough fertilizer on to do some good. Come_ on down to your Cherlterdale Store and let us help you have a liuvn that will malic you happy and your neighbor envious. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 3H3 Your Checlierd.-ile Store 37-3C-39 6-SERVICES ANNOUNCING Private employment A g e n c y moving to ,434 N. Church St., ph. 1202W. Ramon Eernal, Notary. 17-W-F-Sirtfn Protect Your Shrubbery And Evergreen trees from Harmful Insects. Ground Sprayers will do the job. Call CRAWFORD FLYING SERVICE 990-W or 0110-J1 '38-3C-40 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn 5--SPECIAL NOTICE ; SEWING MACHINES,,NEW. AND used. We repair all makes. STEVENS^FURNITUHB-CO.- · Slfr-Ni-Mtlh.'.-Phone 677. -- .... 1-ttn A.LCOHOUICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. m. ' ' ·'-'·"''1-ttri USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and raid. Furniture Exchange, 130 \V Las Cruccs, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn BUT IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. . l-t £n · LORY BAKER, D. 0. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Announces the opening of offices at 124 N. CHURCH Off. ph. S72-W Res. ph. 397-M 22-18p-39 6--SERVICES CESSPOOL AND CBHTIC TANK service. Call 0397-.1.'!. 31-6p-Tu-Su-JIay 22 Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN LAWN MOWERS SHARPENED SAWS FILED, KEYS FITTED All Work Done By Machine 1426 So. Espina formerly at 995 W. Picacho Espina S blocks east of Main on Lohman 15-Oc-Sli-May 27 Trenching done with mechanical ditcher. Ideal lor footinfis, sewer lines, etc. 12 to 18 inch wide,--up-to 42 in. deep $1 75 per c, yd. Minimum charge $15-00. ATLAS LUMBER CO. . Phone 900 I.su-w-Ifn HORSES Now you- can ' stahie^ your hones in the beautiful Corml; o" siabte. First "»« OP""' vto the public · Reasonable. liiBhwny 85 and City Limits (West Side). PHONE 0189-IU 27-3c-Sll-Mn.V 6-13-20 Now that Mother's Day is over why don't you get busy and paint up some of those shabby looking rooms'in your house? Dovoe- paint does a good'job anywhere you use it. Too had Devoc doesn't make face paint for women -- of course 'CVerr Devoe paint can't' do the im-possible so I guess that's why they stick to House Paints. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerclale Store 37-3C-30 12--FOH HENT ROOM-415 -WEST-LAS CRUCES Ave.' Private bath. - 37-tfn BEDROOM AND GARAGE FOR gentleman, 329 S. Miranda. v 37-3p-39 TRAILER . SPACE, MODERN, covered, private hath, for quiet couple. Chas. A. Moore, Mcsilla Park. 35-Sp-3» MODERN 5 ROOM HOUSE, 2 large bedrooms. Very attractive, 090J3. 36-4p-39 SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, unfurnished. Inquire 641 N. 3rd. ph. 1014-R or 859. 31-tfn 3 B. R. COUNTRY HOME. LOTS of shade, very attractive, available May 10th, 5100 mo. Ph. 535. 23-tfn MODERN, FURNISHED APAKT- ment, ;1425 S. Manzanita south Drivein Theater near Foster, couple only 0295-R2. 17-tfn MODERN, NEW, ATTRACTIVE, 4 room apt. Tile bath, conveniently located, bills paid. Laundry facilities. Couples only. Cul- loms Apts. 315 S. Main. 15-tfn TWO BEDROOM FHA .HOME $1,781 down, College Hill Subdivision, 106 Branson, phone 1567-R after 2 p. m. 35-Cp-SO 3 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, cooler, utilities pd. East side, lib.. 997-W or 822-J. 39-tfn SMALL FURNISHED APT. AJR conditioned, 436 W. Mt. 39-3n-41 FURNISHED HOUSE, COUI'LE only, phono 34-;. 39-1 p-39 2" ROOM 'APT. FURNISH ED,. 5-15 mo. Son W. Van Patten, ph. 931-R. 30-2p-40 ROO.M FOR I OR 2 EMPLOYED men. V-. block from Chamber of Commence, ph. 946-R. 39-1C-39 7--HELP WANTED WANTED COOK FOR ,A COL- lege Frate; iiity during summer school, call Ted Van Soelen, 0389J5. 37-4p-40 SMALL APT. I D E A L FOR working girl or couple. 643 S. Alameda. 39-1)1-39 3--WANTED TO BENT TEACHERS W A N T K I) NEW Mexico and entire West. FREE enrollment. Southwest Teachers' Agency, Albuquerque, N. M. 33-2p Sun-May 20 NICE FURNISHED A P A R T - ment or small house, possession May 22nd at 550 - ?80 month. Box 98 Tf Sun-News. 34-3p M-W-Su, May 20. 9--SALESMEN WANTED A V A I L A B L E AT ONCE--GOOD Rawleigh business in city of Las Cruces. Selling experience helpful hut not required. Car necessary. Write at once for particulars. RawleiglVs Dept. NME-304-TT Denver, Colorado. 33-Sp-Su-Tu-Thu-May 29 ONE MAN LIFE RAFTS 510.50. Have four left, fish in comfort. Phone 1451NR. 39-tfn FOR TOMS TOASTED PEANUTS phone 51332, El Paso, Texas or sec Mr. Tupper at Aniador Hotel,Monday May 21st, after 7 p. m. . 39-2p-40 1 need a part-time salesman to sell Babco-Temln (the Safety Chair) ii^ the Las Cruces area. A few hours a \vcek can earn J'ou from 515 to 530. Write to P. O. Box 1245, Albuquerque, N. M. ' 39-2p-40 10--HELP WANTED Female SPANISH AMERICAN GIRL FOR general household duties. Permanent position, good pay, convenient working facilities, good hours. Phone 981-W. 39-tfn 11--WORK Y/ANTEC ACCOUNTANT, MARRIED, BUS- iness Admin, graduate, experience 3 years staff and public accounting, reliable. Box 99 Sun- News. 35-DP-33 I R O N I N G IN MV" ;;OME, 1128 So. Chapparo. . 37-12p-4S CHILD CARE DAY OR NIGHT by hour, day or week, 112S So. Chaparro. 37-12p-48 WANTED JOB AS FARM OR Ranch foreman, can furnish best of reference. Buck Worthy, Cabin 8, Knctus Court. 38-3p-40 12--FOH HENT 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, .125 "West Las. Cruces. ph. 732-R. 1-tfn FURNISHED, AIR-COND. CABIN phone 151 or 393-J. 28-tfn PATIO APARTMENTS, F U R- nished, one and two bedrooms, phone 089-J2. 30-12p-41 TWO ROOMS AND BATH PART- ly furnished. 907 El Poseo. 37-3e-39 NEW APARTMENT. .1. S. CHIL drcs, 426 McClurc 'Rd. 38-3p-10 3 ROOMS, S'HARE KITCHEN, for couple, ph. 0111-J1. 38-6p-43 4 ROOM UNFURNISHED APT. 116 S. Water, ph. 471. 33tfn 2 FURNISHED APAKTMKNTS. Couple only. By week or month. Trailer space for 3 or 4 trailers by week or month. A d u l t s only. Jinks Motel, West Hwy. 80 and 70.- 38-3p-40 3 ROOM FURNISHED APT. Clean, utilities, large, shady yard. SSfi.OO. 1217 \\VMcFlo. phi ,61-1-W. . 38-2C-30 ROOM FOR EMPLOYED MAN 258 W. Hadlcy. 37-.1p-.19 ONION GROWERS · ·--tFor Lease-BOGGS ONION GRADER Cap - 200 Bags per hr. BILL SMITH Apt. 28 - State College 35-3p-Tu-Thu-Su May 20 V-A-C-A-N-C-Y Will Care For Aqccl And Invalids Phone 0119-R2 39-Su-tfn 15--FOR SALE SI'INDRIER W A S H I N G M A - rhinc, perfect condition, real bargain, Tommy's Service Station, out North Main, phone 379- W. 30-lp-39 CHAMBERS GAS RANGE. USED phono 372-W. 39-6p-44 OVER 50 PEANUT AND CANDY vending machines, established route, owner leaving town, call 1044-W. . 38-3p-40 VENETIAN BLIN'DK 116 IN. like new, 52.50 each, ph. 10-I7R after 4, weekdays ,all day Sunday. . 38-2)1-39 GOOD MEDIUM SIZED HOUSE- trailcr. ph. 0110J2. 3S-3D-40 YAM SWEETPOTATOE PLANTS and tomato plants, aiiy quantity, Barker Vegetable Farm y 2 mile south of Las Cruces on Hiway. . IG-tfn GOOD USED TIRES. SHOOK Tire Co. . .l-'tfn SE AT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn ·ORTABLE SINGEP. SEWING machine, like new, reasonable. Ph. 929-M. 30-4C-39 WHAT A BUY! Plastic covered fjay Back Couch. Chrome arms, only 559.95. Alameda Furniture Co. Alameda at W. Amador Ph. S81-W Have you got a Goose lately? --If you haven't you belter hurry down to Farmers Market and get a few baby'goslings. We just got another ,bunch in. They arc easy to raise and they are mighty fine eating next fall. You know if you fence in your yard and buy a few goslings you get your lawn mowed free. I bet Duke never thought of that or he wouldn't have bought that Keen Kutter power lawn, mower. He probably would have given Mrs. Bostick three or four baby goslings for Mother's Day -- sure would have been a lot cheaper. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Chcckerdale Store 37-3C-39 Practically New TREADLE SIOWING MACHINE A real buy at 565.00. Alameda Furniture Co. Alamcda at W. Am.idor Ph. 8S1-W ,19-lc-39 PRINGLE'S BABY CHICKS fiach Wednesday Valley Products Comnany Phone 99 S U - l U - l - t f l l GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pee Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brlokrete building block, red huff. SMITH'S Lumber Ynrd. Cor. Madrid Mesqultc. Ph. 1-150-J. 29-lfn IS--FOR SALE ONB 7XS-JTV OVERHEAD GAR- age door,, complete with metal 'frame and springs. Se Velma Ixivell, Mesilla Park. 36-6p-40 6 IT REFRIGERATOR, 1136 W. Van Patten, ph. 1315-W. 36-lp-39 16--WANTED TO BUY . HIGHEST PRICEo PAID FOR uied pianos. Stevens 'Furniture Co. 318 N. MMx PIMM 677. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 831-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Picacho. 1-tfr. 17--HEAL ESTATE For Sal* UNLIMITED GRAVITY WATER Water costs 55.00 per acre per year. Ranches, all sizes from "0 acres to 1,000 acres, long growing season for alfal- ffv, cotton, grain and all early vegetables and melons. J. E. iMASON, INC., Realtors Phone Blythe 1091 118 W: Hobsonway Bylthc. California 30-6p-W-F-Su-May'20 SACRIFICE--3 bedroom home, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, complete bath, natural gas. Must leave town. 54,000 this weekend only. Elias Cano. Mcsilla. 38-2p-30 SUBURBAN HOME' 3 bedrooms. 2 bath's and large playroom. · 2 miles north on paved road. W. J. LITTLE, Realtor 34-tfn 2 bedroom suburban home, lot size 70x130 ft 56.350.00 Nice two bedroom homo, near State College, floor furnace, hardwood floors, Venetian blinds, living room rug, attached garage. Price .... 59,500.00 Large 3 bedroom modern adobe home (in- town of Mesilla). $4,000. Terms. These and many others. ALBERT SOCOLOFSKY Realtor" ·HIGHWAY'REALTY Member 1 Multiple,L,isting Bureau No. Hwy. 85 ' Phone 1403 38-2C-39 WHY. RENT? . 2 b.'r.'mdn. home, near College, approx. 900 ft: floor space -For quick sale - $5,250.00. 2 B. R. Mdn., good location and what a buy at 54,250.00. Very nice 2 b. r. mdn. A Honey - quick sale 55,250.00 Contact us at office on these homes. BURESH REALTY CO. JOIfN i- TOP OF THE DAY A Dandy one bed room home furnished, priced to sell. Several two her! room homes, all prices. If 3'ou are looking for a real Home, that has Style, Location, Size, and everything, I have it. No telephone information on I this one. ' 1 As I have resigned from the Multiple Listing Bureau. I am no longer a member.' If you would like for me to sell your Property, please give me a call or come to my office. ROBiERTS REALTY HOTEL HERNDON . PH. 24 36-4C-39 17--REAL ESTATE For Sal* 3 LOTS FOR SALE ON CORNER of 4th and Wilson by Don Ramirez. Ph. 055-M. 617 E. Parker Ave. . 38-2)1-39 19--USED CARS For S«l« 1B48 BUICK SUPER STATION Wagon, Pueblo Court office. 33-7p-3C A REAL B A R G A I N ; CHEV. Fleetline with new 194S motor, new, radiator, new carburator, new upholsteiy, new cushion tires new Soutli Wind heater, radio and two spot lights only 5900. 000 North Almrmira. 3S-2p-3S 1946 DODGB PICKUP, FOUR speed, good condition, Monaghan Ranch 0292J3. 35-6p-40 1936 FORD SEDAN, GOOD CON- dition, good motor. Tor Further information, call Charles Hell, 800, extension 336. 39-2p-40 1-J'M CHEVROLET LIKE NEW, reasonable terms, power-glide, all extras. 132 West Willougliby. Phone 279-R. 36-4p r 38 'REPOSSESSED 11)49 Studebakcr 2 ton dump truck, priced for quick sale. See at Studebaker lot, con- t a c t BILL CHILTON. SHURLEY MOTOR CO. 123 N. Church. Ph. 990-W 37-GC-12 19-USED CAHS For Salt USED CARS 1S40 Dodge Del. 4 Dr., radio .5 299.50 1938 Ford V-8 4 Door ..5 150.00 1947 Hudson 4 Door, RH '. 789.50 1946 Ply. Cl. Coupe, RAH. rcc 735.00 1946 Ford 2 Door : V-8, RH 725.00 1949 Dodge Cl. Cpe.. RiH, Gyro '. 1499.50 1938 Pontlac 2 Dr., reconditioned 195.00 19-16 Dodge Custom 4 Door, rec 799.50 3941 Bulck Super 4 Dr.. RiH '........ 475.00 1949 Ford Custom 2 Dr., RiH 1291.50 1941 Chev. Cl. Cpc .... 309.50 1947 Dodge Pickup, re- cond 750.00 1936 Ponliac 2 Door ... 93.00 1950 Dodge Pickup, 4 Speed .." 1099.50 ROMNEY MOTOR CO. 401 S. Alameda Ph. 244 S7-3C-30 19--USED CARS For late FOR SALB OR'-TRADE.rOR A late model car 1949, / 2 ton Stu- ·'debaker pickup.' Heavy front bumper guard, spot light, heater, good condition. $895.00. C. L. Russell, 1215 North Third. Las ' Cruces,'N. Mex. : 38-2p-39 C O M E AND L O O K We Have I t . . . STEPHENS USED CARS 110 East Mesa Ph. 98C-J "All Makes and Models" 32-tfn AIexiindcr..Graharn BffH.'i'nVgntijf of. .tniT' yieph.one,' ~was "elected to the American all of Fame in 39-17, f 19--USED CARS For Sal* ' .·;) 1948 Cadillac 4-Dr. Sedan, 2- tonc, radio, heaters. Hydra. Private party-- $2250.00. · Phone 508. 38-2p-39 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at . . .· CULLOM BUICK CO." 315 S. Main Ph. 1016. - i-tftr ··^^···^^^·^^·l^Mi^H^^ NEVER DAVISON! Plumbing Healing Co. -- Contractors -- .. - · Installations · He [mint · Supplies Phone H7 ft] 4 W. G Las Crucea If It's Tires You Want Winning Phone One One One One . Jingle, by We're At Your Service James E. You Call We Come Richardson SHOOK TIRE CO. MICKEY MOUSE by WalllDisne;:r Under All Is The Land Nearly new F. H. A. home on Branson Ave. (near College), 2 large bed rooms, small dining r'm. with carport store rm. 59,550, with 52,015 down and 555.03 mo. 2 Acres at edge of City. Good 2 b. r. home, barn, corrals, chicken house, 4 Rm. house on West side. Only 54,2.10 Nice little home on E. Gallagher. 52,000 down, $54.40 mo. New 3 b. r. modern home near High Schofil and N, Alameda school .- 512,000 YANCY CLARK or FRED JOHNSON, Reallors ·I3S N. Main Ph. .135 or 874 37-31--31I I'L-L CUT I THDM CANSOX AN? T2A? TH=,\\ SA'-COTS ! by Fran Strike; THE LONE RANGER ·TONTO'-'SILVERl. THAT MUST BE THE LONE" RANGER! INSTEAD OF BIAMISIG CARTCR3 _ . .'r ABDUCTION iXHIfljUHAVE TO KILL HIM, OR HE WILL RUIN MY PLANS? 'FELLER 3HOOTJWEU. FOLLOW THE by Paul Robinsoi MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN , BLYOflD THE SWWRED 1R£t- ' TOPS AND THi SMOKItlO WOODS, LIK TH£ MYSTERIOUS UNKNOWN! ,. . BE OESTROrt'D WHCN WE IOOK T THE MYSTERIOUS THING THEY ALLTHE"NEW SUNGOD JP'i ;M*fP JVJjflj by Brandon Waist LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY SLORY DAY, ZERO! THAT NICE GOOO HEAVENS.' MY EVEN IF YOU AIW'TGOTANY MOMEY. YOU KIM-ALWAYS £CT HRY, --n NEW SHOES - THANK - LADY SAVH ME A QUARTER- JU5T LIKE I TCtD YOU, BUS STATIONS'IS GRAND/ OH, L08K! THE L'AOY IB FROM 1VALKIN' AROUMD LOOKIN FOR A BIG SISTER WELL.TJlS /S A SUROSlSE.'l-E WiNTS 7C WHY WAS 7-JAT y.ANf \--T TA;= y.Y OlM 7. CHASING VQJ^ ,; · AWAYPsavi vOUO PlNlWlS 0 VYHV f/f .THIS IS A GOR3SCUS '"{ by Lee Falk and Phil DavLi DID He L05EIT? MO,.MA'AM, He DIDM'T. I'VE COT TO GET THIS " BREAD HOME.'

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