Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 23, 1951 · Page 5
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 5

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Wednesday, May 23, 1951
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Vednasday Evening, May 23, 1951 LAS CRUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEW3 PAGE FIVt SON-HEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING EbfInlmum Charge Me Jjftrst Time 4r, per word Subsequent Charge .. .Sc per word All classified nil* must be in by KlO A.m. Monday through Friday Bio Insure publication 111 Hint day's Bls'sue. Classified ailverllsinif /or KSundiiy'.s paper must be In by 10 IA.M.' Saturday morning. Cusli must accompany order on Sail classified uds except to those llmying regular display advertising 1 charge accounts, j -All classified advertising must i bo scheduled for n deadline period, S one da,y or more, and li ordered j nn'rl set. there will bo. no refund. JAds must be scheduled a definite V number of days and no refund's i will be made on c'lassUicd advertising. Any claims for credit or additional insertions of classified ads duo to errors occurring in advertisement must, bo made day following, publishing of advertisement. PHONE S3 or SI EXPERIENCED DISTRIBUTER grocery store following to handle well known potato chip and snack line in Las Cruees area. Write full details. Reply Box 92 % Sun-News 40.-10p-49 6--SERVICES ANNOUNCING Private employment A g e n c y moving to 434 N. Church St., ph. 1202W. Ramon Bernal. Notary. . 17-W-P-3u-tfn 7--HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED f'RY COOK, AP- ply in person, Ncff Restaurant. 41-tfn EXI'BRIKNCED. B O D Y MAN, riomney Motor Co. 42-3C-44 8--HELP WANTED MALE EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER, excellent opportunity. Box I ','r Sun-News. 42-3C-44 11--WORK VfANTED . IRONING IN MY HOME, 1128 So. Chapparo. 37-12p-48 1-ULEGAL NOTICES IN TUB 1'ROBATE COURT OP DONA AX/V COUNTY, NEW MKXICO In tiie M a t e r of the Last Will and Testament · . of ' )NO. 1818 - C-'nrilUngham. Deccascil NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX ,-^Notice is. hcrebyi given that the undersigned v/us. appointed execu- trfc of'tlio .last .will pud .testament of.' C. BrilUiiglmin, deceased, liy Jric Probsite Court of Dona Ana 'County, New' Mexico, on the 4th ,' ''Say .of May, 1851, and that all ''persons having claims against said estate will be required to state such claims in detail and serve the same upon the undersigned's attorneys, W. C. Whatlcy. W. B. Dai-den and LaFcl. E. Oman, at 1.17 West Griggs Street, Los Cl'uces New Mexico, within six months " f r o m the !lth day of May. 1051; othenvise t h e same will he burred. WITNESS my hand and .seal this Sth day of May. 1851. Neva Lee, Brittingliam (Seal) · ) . i t s ; -, : Executrix . ; · - ' : /'. Pub: May 9 : -16-23-:ip, 1991. , - CHILD CARE" DAY OR NIGHT by hour, (lay or week, 1128 So. Chaparro. 37-I2p-48 12--FOR RENT I'APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruees, p h . 7 3 2 - R . 1 - l . f n I.-URNISHED, AIR-COND. CABIN phone 151 or 393-J. 28-tfn jfROOMS, SHARE KITCHEN, for couple, ph.- 0111-.T1. 38-6p-43 GARAGE APT. FURNISHED AIR cunditionccl, single or couple qar.if-e reasonable. X. Alameda, phone 446-VV. 40-3C-42 Hotre Dame Legend Overrated; Boyle Finds Basic Tradition Is Spiritual By IIAi. BO VLB SOUTH' BEND, Ind., UFI -There is no t r u t h to rcpoils that students at the University of Notre Dame sleep on footballs at night instead of pillows. I visited Notr.i Dame fie other day for the first time. Its campus wns alive with flying birds, but 1 didn't see a single' flying footbnll. (Editor's note: Spring practice ended the week before). The universi'y currently is en- gage'l Ir trying to enlarge its endowment f u n d , one 01 the smallest of uhy nuijor educational institution in the country. It is also engaged in building program. FHilball Nil Cult Faculty' and students at Notre Dame · 1:1-0 just as proud uf the Fighting Irish's football pio'.voss as millions of fans across the nation are. But football isn't, quite is--FOR SALE USED HOUSEHOLD FURNI- ture, ph. 9D7-W, !) a. m. to ( p. m. FKYERS 51.00 EACH AT PEN. I. T. Lafltte, near Hill. 42-2p-43 20 YOUNG LAYING HENS. AUS- tcr Whites and Berigolil Reds, ph. 019-R3. 42-4C-45 DELICIOUS CAPON FRYERS. 51.00 and up on fool. S1.25 and up dressed. Dr. Hoi-ton 'Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadicy, ph. 537- M.' · · ' . ' ' · '-12-tfn FOR COUPLES. FURNISHED apts. Sfifi, utilities ,puid., 000 S. Main. Call 89g-M after five: ., . ...10r3n-42 ROOM 410 WEST LAS CIUICES Ave. Private bath. YAM SWEET POTATOE PLANTS and tomato plants, any quantity, Barker Vegetable Farm y ? mile south of Las Cruees on Hi- SMALL 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, unfurnished. Inquire 041 N. 3rd. ph. 1014-R or 859. SI-tfn MODERN, FURNISHED APART- merit, 1425 S. Manzanlta south Drivein Theater near Foster, couple only 0295 : R2. 17-tfn ^-^^. ^ NOTICE ' ' 7 SEWING. MACHINES. NEW AND used. We repair all makes. STEVENS FURNITURE'.CO. "' : »16' N. Main. 1'honk 677. ' ; · ' " · ' ' i-tfn 5--ROOM AFT! FURNISHED, cooler, utilities p»l. East side, ph. 9D7-W or 822-J.' 3il-tfn 1?TVE ROOM MODERN K I I R , nishcd apt. 3miles-south of Mesilla on Highway 28,-:phone 0390- j., 41-5P-15 RQOM . , . (ranee, modern.' private. Neai State College. Hhofie 1628^5.' · ' ' *' ' 41-3|)-43 way. IG-tfn ·OOD USED TIRES. SHOOK .Tire Co.- · ' · " i-ffa- SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn '.ALCOHOMCS A N O N Y M O U S ' , " Box 801.,Phone ,1147-J between '' 7 and 10 p. m. 1-tfn UMtlD. FURNITURK -- BOUGHT and Mild. Furniture. Exchange, ' ff 282-R: TBE'DROOM HOUSE, FURNISH- cd, ph, 8:i4-\V. 4i :!E± 7 i ROOM HOUSE. APTS. A N D cabins, furnished, Las Cruoes Hotel, or 221 W. Griggs. 41-3J1-43 AVHKN lf , , , you caji. do. better. .at. .Stevens !i'UiT.iture Co, .'V'l --': 1-tfn '"· : · · - ' · · " Well-.Folks: ,X',ye?%eri":ho.ri;e for [WO/iiiRi'^but^ay'e.lBeen'i'sb-tired ,ihat-i iouldn't .'write-iariyl ads i.sbput ;: our fishing;;trig'-; Caiiglit. so many fish that?. \vc. finally just threw them back in-, the ocean because we didn't have 5 ROOMS.. AND BATU, :.(K10 .N. .'ircl and Madrid. Inquire Viaduct Salvage yard. · - · · · - ·:· · -43-tfn 2~"BEiDROOM"HOUSE, UNFUR- nished, modern, ph. 0293-J5. ' · 3 ROpM HOUSE. ALSO · 'i sleepi'liK i-noms. priv. cut., priv. bath 1121 N. Reymohd.v547-.W. : ·. . . . - . , · . . ·-.-'·· - · - : - - 4 2 - 3 C - 4 4 2~BEDIIOOM HOUSE, U N K U R nishcd, $80 mo. Ph. 1319-R. 42-2p-43 i ROOM ' Say, we have Scott's Lawn Products. If your lawn looks like it needs a shot-in-the-arm, then you better get Scott's Turf Huililer. This complete grass food keeps turfs healthy, vigorous and sparkling green. .(Gosh, T that sounds like it would be good for me since my fishing, trill.) Turf Builder- reeds lawns better for much less. A mild, long-lasting food. We have Scott's Spreaders, for applying,. '. loo, .at no tihai-gfc' when 'you liuy ,Scott's at . - 1 i i · ' · v ! n i ' · ' · · ! i i r : ! ' ! i ; i . ) ' FARMERS MARKEET Ph. 333 j Ydur .Chcckerjlnlei.Store ( '" . ' · ' . .42-3C-44 the cult here that jeaioui rivals sometimes believe it to bo. In an oft repeated sp-'eeh of tribute to the 1950 team t'nt lost four games, the Rev. John J. Cavanaugh,'' president of Notre Dame, denied any intentions to de-emphasize football here. "Notre Dame never did overemphasize football," he said, pointing out that its athletes had to maintain a hcttcr-than-average scholastic standing in order to play. "We slutll always want Notre Dame men to play to win so long as'there is a Notre Dame. To weak of heart I say, keep your eye on the Notre Dame team of fifty-one!" l!n|Hililici/ed Facts Here are some facts about Notre Dame t h a t don's usually hit the ;port pages. It was founder 1 in 18-12 by Father Sorin and sit French brothers of the congregation of the Holy Cross. Their entire capital: $400 -- and f a i t h . Once they were so short on shoes I hat the brothers had to take turns going out in the winter. Campus Expands The original 10-acre campus expanded to more than 1,700. 31 includes two lakes, athletic fields, 45 buildings and an 13-hole golf course. The student body of nearly 5,000 lives under dicipline almost as gid as that at West Point and nnapolis. There are 13 residence alia _ but no fraternities. A student may pass an individu coulee with a grade of 70. But j .be graduated or to compete In itercollegiate athletics lie has to. loiittain an average of 77. '' ·The -basic tradition at Notre amo is spiritual, not athletic. Ijont 10 per cent of its student nrollment is pl-otestant. Its alum- I include prominent protestaut iergymen and Jewish Rabliis. Some here foci that because of ic overshadowing publicity given s football teams the real Notre 3ame has become "the school no- )odv knows." Three Besi-Known Horses Will Enter $100,000 Handicap INGLEWOOD, Calif., May 25 Wi -- Citation, Coaltown and Mofn- ·UKh, Uu re nr the host known horses racing, head a roll of 40 candidates nominated for the 5100,000 Hollywood Gold Cup Handle-ail July 14. The Hollywood Turf Club announced the list today for the mile ind onc-qimiter fixture, t h e - o n l y horse race which guarantees SWO,000 net to the winner. 16--WANtED TO BUY HIGHEST PRICES. PAID ,FOIi used pianos. Stevens Furnitur Co..316-K. Main. .Phone 677. .... ' , . . - . . ,. · 1-tfl HOUSKHObD : F C R N I T U R E Any c6ndition."We buy anythln of value. Pllone -931-J. Viaduc Salvage Yard, 92f W. Picachi · · - · - - · · · · ' ; l-tf 17--REAL ESTATE Fo'r Sal 2 BEDROOM MODERN JiOUSL 1 year old, deep well and pum wilh 2 room apt. (lood locatio in Mesilla Park. Ph. 0382J4. ·:;-5p- jnlRSV CHISTOMEKS IHK .iaNNlPEG 1*1 -- Russ Livers, fiS, has been a barber for half a century and 'estimates he has done 324,000 haircuts. He says that customers are "fussier nowdays"; And he suys "the men are just as vain as tlie women. Some arc worse Young fcllowa come in here asking for a permanent wave, lots of them have finger waves.'-' . Castor oil is an Important raw material in making paints, varnishes, lubricants, and nylon. ^Mm$?»:- ''*.\ ",X '- U S 8TH ARMY artillery firrs at ene to s'noul on the north, as well as othe in KOIT; r UN iKisti. MICKEY MOUSE ---- by Walt Disney Expert Insuriinc« Aflvlcts .·. . ^liilton Loan Insurance Co. MEYER DAVISON Plumbing Heating Ca ' -- Coniwclbri -- · Installation* · ·'Itcpaln »" Supplies - Phone.- U7'.' ; C14 W. Grlggs- ' --Las Crucea"· 18--BUSINE'SS Opportunity VARIETY..AI^D CURIO STORE good stock,,;at inventory, will living q'uaitcrs. Ideal for a cou pie, 1303 W. 1'icncho. 40-rip-4 DAIRY CJUEBN STORE IN DEM ing must be sold by June Is Building, equipment and inven lory $10,000. Down paymeu THE LONE RANGER by Fran Strike* m NOT AN OUTLAW I fOUNPTHIS *; HORSEIN-WECANYOH.ANDTORE --t iDLJJjOYoFcouRSETKmwes PEAK UP, YOU MASKED 10RSE TillEF.' WHKTURJE MRS.CARTERRE\OU\im SURE! .. WERE SIGHS OF A STRUGGLE. I THINK IWR HUSBAND HAS BEEN APPUCTED' YOU DONE TO CARTER? MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Robirisoi This lame I didn't need my C. E. Automatic blanket-- it was plenty warm. What I really needed was an air conditioner -by the way, how are you fixed for air conditioners? Do you know we have all kmrls and sizes and at reasonable .prices, ·tam .333" -;ind 'aslf.'. for. .-Tim ^qusick ~ he's' "tlie'jcoridiuoncr. 'iiian, " FARMERS MARKEET I'll. .'133 ^'- Your Checkerdale ' Slore ',-' . . . - - ... . · . - ' ,42-.-ic-14 St-SERVICES "ESSPOOL AND CEl'TIC TANK service. Call 03U7-.I3. .12-12p-Tu-Tlui-Su..Iune 19 CLOTH COVERED BUI TONS and buckles made ' from your material. Pearl snaps and etna? placed on shirts aml^ blous»s. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water 1-M-W-Fri-tfn Trenching done with mechanical ditcher. Ideal for footings, sewer lines, etc. 12 to 18 inch wide, up to 42 in. deep $! 7S P er cu yd. Minimum charge $15.00. ATLAS LUMBER CO. Phone 900 I-su-w-tfn CHICKS THURSDAYS Pullonim Clean - U. S. Certified CO-OP -- Phone 1041 1-w-tfn Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 1S-TFN Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSRAUM I'HONF, 340 DRUM ELECTRIC available June 1st. Casad Lane. Mesilla Park. Inquire 210 Carvei- Euilding or ph. 1052-W. 42-tfn 1 i ROOM APT. FURNISHED, AIR conditioned, baby yard, laun- it-y facilities, near bus lines, 1459-J. -12-2(1-43 WANTED TO. HENT WO BEDROOM HOUBt; ' ill June 1st. Call 428-W." 40-S|i-42 i FOR SALE OMPLETE HOUSEHOLD :FUR- nishing, including kitchen equipment, dining rooin furniture, livingroom and bedroom .furniture. Leaving town. -May 29th. Must sell. Sec at 417 El Molino. 42-3C-44 phone 372-W. ' 39-6p^44 OR SALE ONE SMALL 1IUW- ard piano. Phone 082-J2. 40-3p--I2 WHEEL LUGGAGE T R A I L E R , all steel, comp. with spare tire ph. 0382J4. 41-5])-IO IVE ROOMS OF F I I R N I T U K B . will sell any or all. includes electric stove a n i l refrigerator, 2nd house on left Carlton Road. 41-3p-43 Cocker Spaniel puppies (blooded) reasonable. 1007 N. Molcn- dres. . 41.4p.44 SINKS. 1 DOUBLE D R A I N board, soil pipe, used window?, and frames. Phone 359. 41-3p-43 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pen Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brlchrett hulking block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. -Cor. Madrid Mesqultc. Ph. 1450-J. 29-tfn It's New! It's Handy! It's Here! -- Chef's Favorite Smokeless Charcoal. It's the most convenient .ind inexpensive fuel for outdoor cooking pleasure, It's wonderful to cook outdoors. Why don't you try It tonight? We have Chef's Charcoal in 45c ami 51.95 baga. If you would like to bliild an outdoor fireplace, we have the plans --they ore fr.'C. Ask for them. FARMERS MARKEET I'll. .133 Your Checkerdale Slore 42-3C-I4 WE CAN'T say our prices on 2 and 3 bedroom homes are the best in town. But they are as good. The prices range from $2,000 to 518,000. John . Louie BURESH REALTY CO. 41-2C-42 , TOP OF THE DAY SIT3CIAL As well a- constructed two bedroom home as there is in Las Cruees.. Oil paint inside and out, the best carpeting money can buy in the living room and dining room; also drapes, Venetian blinds, two floor furnaces, air conditioning in each* room, and a good location. If you are looking for a good home this is it. ROBERTS REALTY Hotel Herndon Ph. 24 40-4 [·-13 UNDER ALL IS THE LAND INVESTMENT: -I u n i t apt. bringing S2R5. -mo. payments only $175. mo. Pays over 12',o on investment. NEW :i b. r. home near High school N. Alameda. 2 Aei-es at edge of City Own 2 b. r. home, barn, corrals, chicken house. N. ALAMEDA: A 3 b. r. moc - crn home and 2 I). r. rental unit. {17.000. N. REYMON11: Beautiful 3 b. r. home, wall to wall carpeting, landscaped lawn, dbl. ga- niRe modern furnished npt rented for $70. mo. FRED JOHNSON or YANCY CLARK", Realtors 43S N. Main, I'll.. 535 or S74 · will net $5,000 and up per year. Act quickly. Write Dairy Queen of New Mexico, 512 So. Main, Roswell, N. M. or phone 371-W. 41-3C-43 19-- USED CABS For Sala 1950 LINCOLN; R A D I O HEATER, hydromatic. Call Las Cruees Coca Cola ' Bottling Company, Phone 22. 'W-t- rrl Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK. In Las Cru.ces at'. .-. CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S.- Main Ph. 101G ' REPOSSESSED 194D Studcbaker 2 ton dump truck, priced for quick sale. See at 'Studebakcr lot, contact BILL CHILTON. SHURLEY MOTOR CO. 123 N. Church . Ph. lOT-W ' 42-OC-47 C O M E ' AND L O O K We Have It ... STEPHENS USED CARS 110 East Mesa Ph. 08C-J "All Makes and Models" 32-tfn BtAZWG WHEN! SAW IT LA r ,T WEEK. NO WONDER 7HE NATIVES TIIQUOHT ITA'SUNGOD'. -JdET'lNSIDSi'CAH'T" MANDRAKE' SEE ANV DOORS i-M/ MAY6E,T«E. THERE'S'^ BROKEN rr 1 !.THINGS THAT Wl^wWL/ H^VIS -'ALIVE.' LITTLE ANNIE RODNEY ^GVZ ZERO-WE'RE LUCKY 1 . , MRS.GLOWERING SEZ. THIS IS !A BUSY SEASON AN'SWE'S "I GLAD TO HAVE US AROUND -- j^irnn=*fi. 1 SHE TREATS ME SWELL AW IS TEACHIN 1 ME MOW TO BE A PERFESSIOHAL FLOWER SPRINKLER AN' SPRAYER-BUTSHE DOESN'T WANT MR.GLOWERING TO NOW I'M WOBKIM'MEBE -YET- ' ilO IS WAT,YOUNGSTER ?r NOTICE 6U WO ACT LIKE A COUPLE OF OLD 5-woNT HER POLKS OBJECT? V1IY ISj£f SHE INjaiOOL^-,. · -^-.j^. by Brandon Waist '6o~NT ^SMeSA~Nlii,WELL-' W3RRY--V BEHAVED CHILD- HER FOLKS \ life FASV TO SEE VWT OBJECT-) TiWf, LIKE ALL SUE' LOVL:S { YOUMG FOLKS, FLOWERS AN'-A SHE LOVES ·J -"· VDU- 29-tfn Lee Falk and Phil Davrr BIG SISTER IVE TOLD TOO MUCH SHEMISIJTNOr **i HXNOTCERTAlM.EH? \VELU,BSFOQE 1 GIVE \OUTH6 BOYS HOME ADDRESS, LET ME PHONE HIS SISTEC. .'DON'T TELL WHTHEBO/ iPINONMlS.v-7iTn^f3"' Hl:RE: -.B, o ICVES^'.ILS! HH -BK PIN VALUABLE? by Les Forgrave ETTA KETT FOG iicrriNtj i-'i7 \*.] «AO /\Jii A r A;L ·

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