Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 27, 1951 · Page 5
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LAS PAGE FlVt PICTURED is the newly-formed Las Cruces Civic Chorus, which is presenting "The Holy City" Sunday 3t 8 p.ml- at the Junior High school auditorium. Left to riphl, front row: Rob- urt'Brinegar, bass soloist; : Mrs. E. F.Parsons, Virginia Lee, Virginal Tretsven, director; Erlis Bender, accompanist; Elsa Butcher.'Elizabeth'Linscheid, contralto soloist; and Dr. John EyqivSeeoncl ·row: Grace Learner, Betty Stevenson, Lee Browne, Elizabeth Dunn, Margaret Morse, Robe'r'ta-Westhafer, Millie Hayner, Helen Saunders, Mary Hancock, Veruna Carbine ''Sarah Fandey, contralto soloist; Barbara Moon, soprano soloist; Neva Jo Johnson,'Mary Eleanor .Hancock and K a t h r y n Melgaard. Third row: Kennett Melgaard, .ass soloist; Ray Kysar,.Bill Coleman, Edwartl Melcher, tenor soloist; Carl Jones,-C: H. Jnsch'eid aricKRby-France. 'Not shown in the picture arc Morris Jenkins, Jr., Baylus Cade, Freezing Instruction · To Be Given May 29' By County Agents A dcmonatrnllon on preparing food for freezing will- be lieltl at 1:30 p. m. Tuesday, May 20. in the high school homo economics department. Miss Orate Ncely, extension nutritionist, will be · in charge assisted by Doris .Murclls and Biilye Sue Tyson, county liomo igents. .The demonstration is open to the. public and will supply pertinent nTormation on methods of pre- [jurinK meat, fruits, and yegetableH for the home freezer or locker An exhibit of pack'afpng nmterl als will be displayed mill storing ·eady cooked lood will bfi (liK sed. 3e«Viceaii/s Ham Anniversary Jr., Phil Mead,-bass'soloist; Gerald P r a t t and Vcra Pratt. --Photo by Baylus Cade, Jr. City, College, Radium Springs Swimming Pools Offer Welcome Relief To Residents Next Lo Mecca's ilaaim and Mu dinu's Mosque, Jerusalem 1 !* Domi or the Rcfck on the site of Solo mon'.l Temple, is tlie edifice 1110.4 revered by Moslems. ,The Las Cruces 'Order of Benu- ce'ants celebratcU it« first anni- 'ersary -WitK a party In th.e WJA buiMinff recently. Knight Templars vere honore'd guests. ' Greeting the members 'and guests at' the door" were Mrs. M, C. Sutherland, president; Mrs. Curler oodloe, past-president; Mrs. Jack Redman, first vice president. Decorations throughout the room. were red and white roses. On the serving tnWc was n large .birthday calte with the Bcaucearit emblem. In addition to the cako. coffee, tea, and punch wero served. A i n u n d 75 lucmbers -intl ','Uests played canasta and brlilKe durinR the 'evening. Police Officers Issue Appeal For Caution By Motorists Law enforcement officers in Dona Ana county anil Las Cruces today Issued an appeal to motor- sts to cxcrcisft extreme care in driving during the school holidays. 'Children will he on the streets daily instead of miring 1 school rc- cL'HSi's," Chief of Police Santo.s Riimirez jx)!ntcd out, "and we urge all motorists to keep a sharp lookout for them." Hu added that this year there is more bicycic traffic in the city than ever before, nnd that bicycles and motor scooters will be us nearby highway's. , .._ 'Our -worst .concern?, during^ summer morillw," Chief,; .Ramlrti^. auid, "is the high number of-pe-- - dcstrians in park and swimming-pool areas." He said his officers have been -r.r, instnictetl to be on the lookout for /eckless drivers during' the sum-.: . . mer months and to cile them for court action. "Our accident fatality record is nt a new low this year." Ramirez said. "Let's keep it that way." ·' 1 ' 1 " 1 Printed uuialc w a s - m a d e soon after the invention of topography --m-onls showing it was used as «:irly uJi H65 New York is the leading cabbage' raising stale of the United Stattis. Temperatures-in.'.the BiihKhine | . twccn 200 and 300 swimmers nt- Uult are nearlhg the; 300-degrcc i leml t \ tt \]y t pbol manager Henry murk remind iesident3..ihaL,.there-| Guatiivson reports insLrueUun clas- :ire lots of ways to Ue'pp co.6l,thiSi RCfl W JH i )e gj n with [he summer Bummer. ; ., ·" : , ; ; ; | .school se.islnn at tho college with Three swimming" pools .--.within j n schedule to be announced .short- driving dtstance" I n ; , Dona/?' A'rta j ly. .' tounly are officially . open"" d and beckoning "Come on in ~- the wat- ·r's fine.'.' Admission 1'Hcos Admission..prices for the rolkgc pool in '25 cents for children, and The Las Cruces.. pool';" 'operated | 35 cfnts.for aihills:'The pool is :iy the municipal government, held! open to the public daily hours 2 lly ,;- ~ its first-day. opening Friday, .with : ;in increased", attendance over last year of nearly 10Q. On opening ·lay in' May 1950, there -were 221 sv/iminers. Friday, the t ft lly show- eel a total of 307. . - . ' . . Open From 1 To R The local pool .is open from 1 p. m. to 6 p. m":,.daily, and may extend to 7 p. m. each Sunday, according to poo! manager L. H. MacDohald. Capacity is 250.000 Admission'· prices arc for three different age groups: children to 12: 15 cents; 12-17:'25-.cents, and adults 35 cents. A t . stu.te 'college pool, .'w capacity bOSS.OOQ gallons, .be- stude to 6 p. m., except for cleaning days which are indefinite at this time. At Radium Springs, north of the olty, a health pool ta-'provtded for health-sekers in special mineral springy water-.-the. only pool of Jts kind in the United. States. · Temperatures in ' the radium- water pool range about SG ·grees. although water is placed in the pool at 142 degrees upon filling. Capacity its 145.120 gallons! .Family Memberships Admission prices for the pool include 40 cents for children, 60 cents for adults, w i t h special family membership' prices as follows: family .membership, $2.50 yearly; st'mUmt membership.. ?l : 2fi. and N;O1JCE 'Please' ta'kp ijpiice that ' t l i c v B a n k s . o f t h e : c i L y ' o t ' L a s Cruccs.vNew' Mex'icpV· wlll'-not be opt-n for business '.Wednesday,"May''30, 1951, Memnrial Pay:"'Same being a iegaj-hoiiday. ' . . . . - ' · · · ' · - " ' · ' . - · . : ' ' : .' .". ; THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK . . .. '· . MESILLA VALLEY BANK STRICTLY ON THE BEAM .. ..', -A-car ihat really moves ahead when : 'yo.u : 'st'ep : onVthe : gas . . . reacts instantly ;' tp a.touqh.of the brake.pedal .·. . moves : ' smoothly and silently whether the road's ·;i .super highway or a rut-ridden back lano/ THAT'S:YOUR CAR after it gets our Summer Service. : · - · · i · . · · · · ' ^ . ·· , :. j. ,R. B. WELLS, Service Manager HOMNEY MOTOR CO. 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