Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 25, 1951 · Page 7
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 7

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Friday, May 25, 1951
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Friday Erenlhg, May 25, 1951 LAS CHtJCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS^ -PAGE SEVETI CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Minimum Charge . First Time Subsequent Charge . 5*; . .4c j«r word , .3c per word All classified aits must bo in by JO A.M. Monday through Friday to insure publication lit thut duy's Issue. Classified advertising for Sunday's paper must lw in by 10 A.Mi Saturday morning. Casli must accompany order on all classified ads except to those having regular display advertising charge accounts. All classified advertising- must be scheduled for a dead. 1 1 no period, one day or more, and if ordered rind set there will he no refund. Ads muit t)o scheduled a definite number of day* and -no refund* will bo made on classified advertising. Any claims for credit or additional insertions of classified adfl duo to errors occurring in advertisement must IKS made day following publishing of advertisement. PHONE S3 or 84 1--LEGAL NOTICES " X O T I C B In MIC Probate Court of Doim Ana County, New Mexico. No. 1819 In' the matter of the Last Will £ Testament of Grita L. Coals, deceased. · , ' ' NoL-cq is hercliy given'that Hie undersigned was appointed Executor of the Last Will Testament ot L. Coats, deceased on the 10 day of May 1351, by Hnn Mnbcl B. Chavez, Probate Judge of Dona Ana County, KM. Therefore all parties having claims- against said Estate arc hereby notified to present same in the manner provided by law within the time required by law, or the same will bo barred. Alva J. Coats, Executor c/o J. E. Newell, Las Ciuces, N. M. · ' Pub. May 11-18-25, Jue 1, 1951. NOTICE OF SUIT Slaiu of New Mexico, County of Dona Ana, In the District Court. Irene George, Plaintiff. vs. No. 11916. Clarence George, Defendant. Notice is hereby given to tl above named defendant Clarence George, that Uic abuvc named plaintiff -Irene George has filed suy._agatnB|,yQ.u for., a. divorce, upon- thS^'oliiiflsToV abTindohment and 7 incompatibility; and t h a t ' unless you enter your appearance in said cause on'or before June 19th 1951, judgement will be taken against you by default. . · · Plaintiff's attorney is J. B. Newel!, PO Box 387, Las Ciuces, N. M. Witness my hand and seal cE said Court this 3rd day of May AD 1051. j (Seal) Gearldine S. Mathisun, Clerk District Court. Pub. May 4-11-18-25, 1951. IN THE PROBATE COURT OK DONA ANA COUNTY, NEW MEXICO In the Mutter of the Estate of Willie G. Lucero, 1 Deceased: No. 1323 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX Notice is hereby given thfit the undersigned lias been duly appointed Administratrix of the above estate, and that nil claims against the sniri e.slatn shall be filed with unid nrlministratriri within the time required by law, or same win he barred. Witness my hand this May 16th. 1951. ISABEL L. LUCERO (SEAL) Administratrix Pub; May 1S-25, June 1-8, 1951. IN Till-. I'KOBATK COUHT Of IIONA ANA COUNTY, NEW .MEXICO In the Matter of the Last Will and Tcstnmcnt of )No 1760 William Eli White (sometimes known as Willie E. While and a; W. White), deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT Tu: Virginia S. White, Mary Virginia Turney, Nellie'May Masscy. Qlleene Ruth White Morrison. Rolierl IR-.iry White, and 3jl unknown persons claiming any lien upon or righl, lillc 01 tcrest in or lo the estate of said decedent, GREETING: Notice is hereby given that the executrix of tlic last will and testament of William Eli While (sometimes known as Willie E. White '" and as W. K. White), deceased, hap filed her final account and reporl ^' and that the courl..has appointed . llm 23lli day of June, 1951. nl 10 '* o'clock In Uie forenoon at tin ^ comtliouse in Las Cruces, Ncu Mexico, as the time and place foi V hearing objccllons. if nny, lo the Bald final account, for dctermin V; ing hcirshlp of said decedent am .' ownership of his estate, and fo r distribution Ihereof. WITNESS my hand and the sea '· of said couit on Ihis Ihe 18lh day of May, 1951. (SEAL) li. 0. CHAVEZ I'lnbuli- Ch-lk Pub; Mny l8-2!i, June 1-S, 1051 r 5 WANT ADS 4-- TRANSPORTATION WANTED, TWO PASSENGERS to LOB Angeles, share expenses, inquire Mi Cosita Cafe. 43-2p-44 5-- SPECIAL NOTICE SEWING MACHINES, NEW AND uaed. Wo repair al! makea. - STEVfcNS FURNITURE .'CO. 318 N. Main. Phone 677. 1-tfn \LCOHO13ICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147JJ between 7 and 10 p. m. 1-tfn USED I-'URNITURE BOUGHT and nold. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn WHY EU.Y IN EL. PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. '. 1-tfn LET US SHAMPOO YOUR WOOL rugs and bring: them back to life. Mats with rugs vacuumed free. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces Av. Phone 282-R. 44-tfn Well Folks, I've been 'home for two days but have been so tired that I couldn't write any ads about our fishing trip. Caught so many fish that we finally just threw them back in the odean because we didn't have any more room in our ice boxes. Tins time .1 didn't need my G. E. Automatic blanket -- it was plenty warm. What I really needed was an air conditioner -by the way, how are you fixed for nir conditioners? Do you know we have all kinds and sizes and at reasonable prices. Call 333 and ask for Tim Cusick -- he's the conditioner mnn. FARMERS MARKKI5T Ph. :W3 Your Choc kcrd ale Store 42-3C--14 B-- SERVICES Private employment A g e n c y moving to 434 N. Church St., ph. 1202W, Ramon Eerntil. Notary. 17-W-F-Su-tfn CLOTH COVERED BUT TONS and buckles made from your material. Pearl snaps and studs placed on shirts and blousas. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water 1-M-W-Fri-tfn Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC U~ · " ~ 'Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN 7-- HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED DISTRIBUTER grocery store following to handle well known potato chip and snack line in Las Cruces area. . Write full details. Reply Box !)2 % Sun-News. , . . . . 40-10P-49 BXI'ElilENCED B CD D Y MAN, Komnpy Motor Co. 42-3C-44 .SBHV1CB STATION ATTEND- ant. Top wages for experienced personnel. Apply in person, Deluxe Service Station, junction 70-80-85. 43-tfn rctary in the Office of the Purchasing Agent, State College, I'Tow Mexico. Position must he filled by May 30. 195L Applicants arc requested to contact Mr. Charles L. Pctrie, Telephone 800 Ext. 302. 4:!-.1c-45 EXPERIENCED WOOL J'HKSS- cr. Cothern cleaners. 4,1-tfn 8-- HELP WANTED MALE EXPERIENCED BOOKKEEPER, excellent opportunity. Box 1 f / Sun-News. -I2-3C-14 10-- HELP WANTED Female SWITCHBOARD O P E R A T O R and office ricrk. Memorial General Hospital. 4B-4p-16 1 11-- WORK Y/ANTED IRONING IN MY HOME, 1128 ) So. Chnpparo. 37-12p-4S ^ CHILD CARE DAY OR NIGHT H by hour, day or week, 1128 So. Chaparro. 37-12p-48 12-- FOR RENT - 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces ph. 732-R. 1-tfn 1 FURNISHED, AIR-COND. CABIN *' phone 151 or 393-.!. 2S-tfn .MODERN, FURNISHED APAKT- mcnt, 1425 S. Manzanita south Drlvein Theater near Foster couple only 0295-R2. 17-tfn . FIVE ROOM MODERN FUR{, , nished apt. 3 miles south of Me, silla on Highway 28, phone 0300- J4. 41'5p-45 (1 5 ROOMS AND BATH. 930 N 0 3rd nnd Madrid. Inquiie Viaduc e Salvage yard. 42-tfr v 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, UNFUR r nished, modern, ph. 0293-J5. e 42-3p-4 '. 3 ROOM HOUSE, ALSO . sleeping rooms, prlv. cut., priv '' hath. 1121 N. Rcymoml. M7-U 42-3c-4 v B R A N D NEW, 5 ROOM HOME available June 1st. Casad Lanf Mesllla Park. Inquire 210 Cnive Building, or ph. 1052-W. -1'JHf 110OM KOll KMPI.OYKI) M A N '.T,« u' llndliv. · 41-3t)-1 12-- FOR RENT 3 ROOM MODERN. FURNISHED, a r cond. apt. 1812 N. Main. 43-30-45 JUR CONDITIONED BEDROOM with bath, 306 E. Gi-iggs. 43-3P-45 air conditioned, completely furnished, available June 1 to Aug. 1. Call 1548-M after 5 p. m. 43-4p-!C 4 ROOM "HOUSE, MODERN, 3 blocks W. Mesilla Park Gin, ph. 084-R11. «-Sp-46 Phllbricli Apts. 409 S. Church. 43-3p-45 BEDROOM FOR GENTLEMAN 329 S. Miranda. 43-3p-45 2 ROOM APT., FURNISHED. Phono 931-R. 809 W.' Van Patten. 43-3p-45 NEW, 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, furnished, i/ 2 m i' c North Mesilla, Ill-Way 28. Electric kitchen, yard for small child, no dogs, ph. .0110-J2. 43-3C-45 NI1W APARTMENT, J. S. CHIL- drcs, 426 McClure Rd. 43-3p-45 FURNISHED APT. L I V I N U- roomi bedroom, bath, Mesilla Park,'-083-J4. 44-3p-46 BEDROOM $4.50 WEEK, 174 W. Willoughby. 44-2p-45 SMALL, NICELY FURNISHED house, with cooler. Ph. 290-M. ·14-3p-46 SHOP AND/OR OFFICE SPACfc wlil remodel to suit tenant, location 133-135-137 E. Court Street. Phone. 154. -14-tfn "UNFURNISHED 4 ROOM APT. Air conditioned, close in, Phone 012-R3 or Mr. Platt at Safeway. 44-2p-45 ROOM, PRIVATE BATH, 202 N. Miranda. 44-6p-'19 13-- WANTED TO BENT 2 BEDROOM HOUSK, J U N E 1ST. or after. Write, Box 2 ',{. Sun- News 4-l-3p-4G It's New! It's Handy! It's Here! -Chef's Favorite Smokeless Charcoal. It's the most convenient and 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 and 51.95 bags. If you would ike to build an outdoor fireplace, we have the plans-- they ·are free. Ask for them. FARMERS MARKEET I'll. 3311 Your Checkerdale Store 42-3C-44 15-- FOH SALE COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD FUR- nishing. including kitchen equipment, . dining room furniture, llvingroom and bedroom furn - turc. Leaving town, May 20th. Must sell. See at 417 El Mollno. 42--3C-H CHAMBERS GAS RANGE, USED phone 372-W. 39-Op-14 2 WHEEL LUGGAGE TRAILER, all steel, comp. with spare tire ph: 03S2J4. 41-5p-45 PUPPIES,. 7 WEEKS OLD, CUTE Conker Spaniel puppies (blooded) reasonable, 1007 N. Melendres. 41-4p-44 USED HOUSEHOLD FURNI- turc. ph. 997-W, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 42-tfn tor Whites and Bcrigold Reds, ph. 019-R3. 42-40-15 DELICIOUS CAPON FRYERS, $1.00 and up on foot. $1.25 and up dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadlcy, ph. 537- M. 42-tfn YAM SWEET POTATOE PLANTS and tomato plants, any quantity, -Barker Vegetable Farm '/ 2 mile south of I-tas Cruces -on Hiway. 16-tfn ' SPECIAL BARGAINS -Entire stock of NEW furniture, appliances and kitchen wares being offered until May 31st at prices ranging from below cost to near wholesale in order to make room for a larger stock of used merchandise. Don't miss this chance to save money. Items purchased at such greatly reduced prices must be paid for n cash (no trade-ins) and all sales must be final. Come in and see for yourself. FURNITURE EXCHANGE 130 W. Las Cruces Avc. Phone 282-R 44-Sc-IS 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 Mcsquite. Ph. 1456-J. 29-tfn Say, we hnvc Scott's Lawn Products. If your lawn looks like It needs a shot-in-lhc-nrm, then you better gel Scott's Turf Builder. This complete grass food keeps turfs healthy, vigorous and sparkling green. (Gosh, that sounds like it would be good for me since my fishing trip.) Turf Builder feeds lawns better for much leas. A mild, long-lasting food. We have Scott's Spreaders for hpplying, too, at no charge when you buy Scott's n t FARMERS MARKEET Ph. 333 Your Checkprdale Store . 42-3C-1I Majjisirate Mixes * Justice With n, Safely Education -» AP Newsfcaturrs w BALTIMORE -- When a drunk Jr ver comes up before Magistrate ls loseph Kolodny on Tuesday nights, ne housands of spectators are sitting n on the case. ' K What's more, the judge often- ha imes asks those spectators to de- tr Auto and Diner Financing . . Chiltnn Loan Iniurpce Co. 15-r-KOH SALE TM GOOD USED TIKES. SHOOK vl Tire Co. . 1-tfn 3EAT COVER B A R G A I N S c ] Shook Tire Co. . . 1-tfn w 34 PULLETS. INQUIRE 329 N. nc San Pedro, between 5 and. 6 p. te m. ..44-3P-46 RI GET A PA'CK OF 52 PLAYING llc cards newly-copyrighted by ?or- as mcr Dona Ana Co. citizen. The name is "Red. White and Blue". ^ a "Game of 48 States". Jl.OO per K deck, postpaid with rules. A. N. nl Ault, 215 W. Yandcll, El Paso. · 44 : 3p-46 16-- WANTED TO BUY . HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR uaed pianos. Stevens Furniture Co. 316 N. Main. Phone 677. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD I ' U P . N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 931-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Picacho. 1-tfn 17-- HEAL ESTATE For Sal* OUR THREE BEDROOM HOME, 407 McClure Road. 43-3p-45 2 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE. 1 year old. deep well and pump, with 2 room apt. Good location n Mesilla Park. Ph. 0382J4. ·::-5p-45 1 acre ground, 3-room house; hardwood floors, city gas. First house east Jack Campbell on Madrid Rr. Just off N. Ala- mcda. 44-2p-45 2-BEDROOM furnished home near Mesilla Park school, $2,500 down payment. Total price $5,900. QUESENBERRY REALTY 102 N. Church . - . · 43-6c-"48 WHY RENT 2 3 B.R. mdn. Houses All new. J6500 to J18.000. OUiers $2000 to S6000. « 1-1 acres, close-in -- as good land as can be had in the Valley. A wonderful Sub. Div. Plat. Priced right. Contact us at office on all places above. BURESH REALTY CO. John i Louie 34-2C-35 18-- BUSINESS Opportunity VARIETY AND CURIO STORE, good stock at inventory, with living quarters. Ideal for a couple, 1303 W. Picacho. 40-5p-44 19-- USED CARS For S»l« 1050 LINCOLN, RADIO HEATER, hydromattc. Call Las Cruces Coca Cola Bottling Company, Phone 22. 40-tfn Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Crutes at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 1-tfn REPOSSESSED 1949 Studebaker 2 ton dump truck, priced for quick sale. See at Studebaker lot, con- act BILL CHILTON. SHURLEY MOTOR CO. 123 N. Church Ph. 997-W 42-GC-47 C O M E AND L O O K We Have It ... STEPHENS USED CARS 110 East Mesa · Ph. 980-J "All Makes and Models" 32-t(n ermine whether tho defendant is lly, anil, if so, how much he houlrt'.be.lined. But if the driver i found guilty, he isn't actually ned nor put behind bars. That's because Uie judge is con- uctlng an cductliional program to each drivers the rights and rongs of their traffic manners. "The Courl of Common Sense" s broadcast over a local Iclcvision etwork each week. The setling is realistic as Judge ·Colodny raps his gavel, and the aillff describes the, case to be ·led--taken , from -actual court ccords. The bailiff uses a diagram and inlature cars to give the TV udiencc an .idea: of whal hap- ened al · the' scene of a traffic iolation. Actors from Baltimore theater lubs parade before the judge as 'ilnesses, defendants and attor- cys. Sometimes Uie judge will a witness to 'slop chewing uni or Lo slum! up straight. And e'll clear up a case by sking more details. When defendants, witness nnd :wyer.have had their say. Judge Colodny may render a decision lid then lecture on the follies of careless i driving. - ' , r,^ ho' may. turn to. the .video audience and ask ' Uieni to'write in their-opinion of'whether c man is guilty and if so'what the punishment : should be. "Sometimes," says the judge, ·sympathy gets tho belter of the audience and the defendant in turn gets a break,' But often the audience is tougher on n traffic .violator than I'd be." The program brtcn crusades against driving while ,tired and against the more serious offense of driving while drunk. Judge Kolodny doesn't have any patience with the* tipsy cases." ; The "Court of Common 'Sense" has been honored for its educa- tional'efforts., it has received the Alfred P. Sloan award and a plaque .from the National Safety council, both presented for promoting safe driving. Truffles, a ^astronomical delicacy beloved ,of gourmets. IK a species of mushroom, actually a fungi which grows underground. The Creel; word, from which "music" is derived wns used originally for all the arts, including reading, writing and mathematics. GEN. MAITHEW.B. RIDOWAT (left) reviews WACs paraduig on tin Imperial Plaza in Tokyo on ninth-anniversary of the Women's A r m j corps. Beside Rldgway is Mrs. l!ldg%vay. and next is Maj. Helen Brecht Crook. Colo., staff adviser. Defense photo. {International Rflillop'iolo. MICKEY MOUSE by Wall Disne ; YOU APE NOW PON JUAN.... V S'OU V VOJ ASE MAE* ANTMO.NY.... X SU3E /' ws'cs LOS!NS THOUSANDS... ASAVBE AMLLIO.SJ3OF DOLL-ASS WHAT AKE VOU SOI MS TO OO CAN'T HEL" IT'. SHE'S SO PUCTY! YOU KNOW |JOv\ BUT, GOOFV YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO BS SASHFUU K-s-l-H... H-V-P... NOW... WE'VE SOT TO FINISH THIS LOVE SCENE I THE LONE RANGER HOLPOH.YOUGA1.OOTS/HE] ( CARTERSMETW1TH CAME HtRE TOTEUME ^^o TROUBLE.ANO I SOMETHING ABOUT MY HUSBAND.'JJ STILL SAY THAT CVSKEP MAN HAD COME ON.SILVER/JdlTTUM UR WE MUST DODGE TriOSE] THE TOWNSMEN, BUT I'LL BE J MASKtlP BACK.MES. CARTER, p. MAN GET AWAY.' MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Robinsoi "Tins ISA OCRBLICT! ccurumes AGO, SOMC ACCIDEHTKILLED WHArEVCKBCIHOSWCKEINIT.I IT ORIfTEO THROUGH SB4CE--" | "/IfiES P/ISSfD- WHEN IT HEWED HfiTH, OUR GRAVITY PULLED ITIH-' IT CKASHCD HIK, CAKHIM rift WHEN n HIT am '-·--·"·"·»· - BUT THE 'THINGS THAT WERE IN IT? DEAD--FOR CENTURIES.' ALL THAT REMAINS OF THEM ARE THOSE RAGS' -- THEIR CLOTHSS-- r AND DUST-- '· LITTLE ANNtE ROONEY I DONT TALK LIKE A CIRCUS PRESS I AGENT.' I'LL ADMITSHE'S A VERY, DON'T LAUGH WHEN I TELL YOU SHLT \VEBY IWGRATIATINS LITTLE REALLY CAN WASH DISHES AND LOVES) GIRL-BUTTMELAWMeMT"/ THE JOB. NOTOMLY THAT, SHE CAN- FORGET THE SIHFFY OLD LAW--^ CMARIT/ IS tJOfA CRIME-SURELY YOU A HELPLLSSlimE BABYOUP/ -- -- · -- ' -- ·-- INTO THE-- by Brandon Waist DON'T SHCor-A'f YOU OOtJT fOdC fuiveti- M5CIUBT, '- rr ~ H P.'lt'JU.".'.«"*.' BIG SISTER by Lee Talk and Phil Davn I'MTOTE^LYOU Tl-(AT ----15 OF NO VALUE (rT5 NOT TO TELL YOU HE BOY LIVES. SO THEY THir^K IT'S A CHEAP PIN DO Tt-lEY? WHEW,' THAT'S A RELIEF. jjrZ IT WILL BE JUST HVIAT. MUCH \ EASIER TO BUY IT OFF THEM -WHEN IFINDTHSM. ' ETTA KETT by Les Forgrave /"THBije~\/T HE STORl ' ( fiQES «JRY 6Err "° W01iSE I »" ES _ 0 r~ I VJHATTJ.WS DO NOW mK^^ -^5^'^fXx .'---C^**^i^rvx -VxT- M=AK!- _ \yMli-E -' SACK ir THE H^reu, ^1lBs .. . n juoue f : ^4 BEGINS i.J'N 70 DO · -- - " SOME SEIllOUS \\Olil2YINJ. ^?w^-.. y$m* S

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