Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on May 29, 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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Tuesday, May 29, 1951
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Tuesday Erening, May 29, 1951 LAS CRUCZS (N. M.) SUN-NEWB- PAGE FIVt * * SUN-HEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED' ABVEUTISINa Minimum Charge ., First Xhne Subsequent Char-go . Me Ac, pnr word .Be per word All classified arts must ho In hy 10 A.M. Monday through Friday to insure publication in that day's Issue, Classified advertising for Sunday's pancr must ho 111 hy 10 A.M. Saturday morning. Cash must accompany order on all classified ads extupt to those having 1 regular display advertising charge accounts. All claseirifMl advertising must be scheduled for a demJHno period, one day or more, and ii 1 ordered and set there will be no refund. Ads must he scheduled n definite nunibor of days and no refunds will bo made on* classified adver- Using. Any claims for credit or additional Insertions of classified ads due to errors occurring 1 In advertisement must bo made day following publishing of advertisement PHONE SS or 34 EXPERIENCED DISTRIBUTER grocery store following to handle well known potato chip and snack line in Las Cruces area. Write full details. Reply Box 92 % Sun-News. .. .. 40-10p-4Q SERVICE STATION ATTEND- ant. Top wages for experienced personnel. Apply in person, Deluxe Service Station, junction 70-80-85. 43-tfn 8--HELP WANTED MALE 1--LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SALE Itolicc is h o r u n y g i v e i i that tlic City of Las Cruces, New Mexico hy virtue of Sec. 14-4305, 11141 New Mexico Statutes Annotated propose to sell and convey at the office of Llic City Clerk in the City Hall on the 9th day of Juno, 1954 the following; 1 1D49 Ford Fordor Sedan The item listed above will be sold for cash to the highest bidder at a public sale at 10:00 A. M Saturday 9 June 1951, at the Citj Hall. The item listed above will b sold as is, and the City of Las Cruces reserves the right to ject any or all bills submitted. Raymond K. Howcll City Hall Pub: May 15-22-29, 1951. -HELP WANTED 15--FOB. SALE 1950 MODEL, WESTINGHOUSE Launclerniat, Westinghouae refrigerator, large gas range. Also household'furniture, call OS91-IU 47-3p-49 Valley farmer Sinks 500 Gallon WellWith Only Two LARGE UPHOLSTERED W1CK- er sofa and chair to match, 424 UlcOluro Rd. -!7-tfn SPANISH AMERICAN BAH- bers wanted at W.S.P.G.. No license required, steady work, sood pay, call White Sands 46-6p-51 9-SALESMEN- WANTED AVAILABLE AT ONCE--GOOD Rawlcigh business in city of Las Cruces. Selling experience helpful but not required. Car necessary. Write at once for particulars, Hawleigh's Tjept. NME-304-TT Denver, Colorado. 33-8p-Su-Tu-Thu-May 29 10--HELP WANTED Female EXPERIENCED WAITRBSS , 51 shift. Apply Boston Cafe. 46-2p-47 MIDDLE AGED UNIMCUMBER- ed woman for plain cooking. Radium Springs Hotel, BOO-R. 46-3P-4S HOUSE KEEPER. REFERENCES required. Apply 642 W. Orgai Ave. 4C-3C-4B EXPERIENCED WAITRESS, A!'ply Sunset Cafe. 47-3c-4i ·SbSELEY~ELECTRIC STOVE, like new, phone 082113 or see at 122 Branson. 47-3p-40 !ATE~MODELT25 FOOT HOUSE trailer. In excellent condition, 1285 South Espina street qr phone 1476-M. · 47-jp-Sl YOUNO FAMILY COW. FRESH March, approx.,four gallons. Ed Malms, Mesquite. New Mexico. Anthony Main 26R1. 47-5p-51 FRIGIDAIRE, GOOD AS NEVV, 300 E. GriggB, ph. 7I2-J, 47-3p-4D 16 FT. HOUSE TRAU,KR~"STE- mcr, Camp Missouri. 47-5P-.51 USED MAYTAG WASHINCf MA- chine, 3 tubs with stands, excellent cond. Ph. 260 or see 132; Coronado. 45-3c-47 HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LIV- ingroom and bedroom, leaving city by June 1st, 1477 Parker Rd. Phone 01S2J4. 45-4C-48 SIAMKSB . K I T T E N S , STX weeks old, seal points, beautiful blue eyes, fifteen dollars each. Phono 2C2-J. 45-4p-48 GOOD USED 'tlltES. BHUOK Tire Co. a - ttn By JACK SCAJ1LETT (Sun-Ntws, A*M Student Writer) Completion of a new. low-cost water well with a.COO gallon per minute flow has eased the drought worries of Antonio Baca, Mesilla Valley farmer, whose 27-acrc farm is located 12 miles north of Las Cruces on highway 85. Total cost of the well wa.i approximately $700, and required only two weeks work hy Bacn, his brother Fred, and their father. The Bacas were assisted by instructor Roy Moore, and several trainees of the Institutional On- Thc-Job Training program, of which Baca is a trainee member, in Retting the well to its present 500 gallon per minute capacity. Baca has a variety of crops or. his 27-acrc farm. He has two acres of alfalfa, two acres of mixed-grass permanent pasture, one icre of chili and 22 acres of cotton. With his new well, he can irrigate three to four acres every ten hours, irrigate In Week In a week of daylight working hours, he can water his . entire farm. Among the 27 acres are ten acres of sandy soil which re- SEAT COVER B A K U A I M 3 Shook Tire Co. l- tfn 11--WORK WANTED IRONING IN MY HOME, 1128 So. Chapparo. 37-12p-4S CHILD CARE "DAY OR NIGHT by hour, day or week, 1128 So. Chaparro. 37-12p-48 YAM SWBET POTATOE PLANTS and tomato plants, any quantity, Barker Vegetable Farm y z mile south of Las Cruces on Hiway, 16-tfn quire more water to irrigate than does adobe soil. Actual construction of the well icgan with digging" a pit about ight feet deep reaching to the bottom of the pit. A model C Allis-Chalmcrs tractor Is being ised to power the pump, which ifts the water to Vie surface where t is channeled out to crops. This Allis-Chalmers tractor will operate the pump all day on ten to twelve gallons of gasoline. The ow fuel consumption is due to the relatively low 30-foot lift required to get water to the surface. At present, Haca plans to use Tills was done by piling a luige weight of sand bags .on top of a platform supported by the casing. Tractor Tower The underlying sand anil gravel was removed with an eight-Inch sand pump through the casing The sand pump was operated with a pully arrangement using a tractor as power. After the drilling was finished, .. centrifugal pump was set in the first level of the water table. Then 12-inch well casing was forced downward from the bottom of the pit for approximately 22 feet more, tils well as a supplement to his regular irrigation water. He was allowed 17 acre feet for this season's crop and used 12Vi acre, feet at first watering. The remainder ·as exhausted In a second irrigation. He plans to water his crop four more times with water fron- his new well. Low Operating In addition to a relatively cheap initial cost of S700, this type wel' has a quite low operating cost Power requirement per acre foot of water delivered to the surface is only about one-third that required by a conventional well Since the water has to be lifted only about ono-UirJ as far. · Drilling this new well was par t'ially a group project of the Insti- WITH THEIR low cost well, the Baca family, Lower Valley farmers are shown here.. Well w a s built in two weeks lor .. $700, delivers 500 gallons per minute. ^ tutional On - The - .lob Training one of three such training preprogram of Uis Cillers, of which grams in Las and is direct- Baca is a trainee member. Tills is ell by Roy -Moore. MICKEY MOUSE WANTED SEWING AND AL 'lerations. Phone 1152-R. 801 West Van Patten, Apt. 1. 47-2p-48 JCOT1CB 01' APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX Notice is hereby given that the undersigned was appointed admini- stratrix of the estate of O. C. Geren, deceased, by the Probate Court of Dona Ana County, New Mexico, on May 20, 1951, and that all persons having'.claims against said estate should prepare and prc- s c h ' t h e same-'to'the undersigned at 137 West Grlggs, Las Crucis, New Mexico, within six months .from May 29, 1801; other wise the same will be'ba'rred.'' WINESS my hand this 2'Jth day of Wfii 1951-ir-I.C .--.;-·; ·'' DELPHIA J. GEREN Administratrix Pub: May 29, June 5-12-19. 1951 THEY SAY that "If you tickle the earth with a hoe, she laughs with a harvest." Well we've got the hoes -- all kinds and prices. If you wont to save money on cotton chopping hoes then come to the Checkerdalc store. We have the cheapest chopping hoes in the valley -- compare our prices with anyone. FAItMl'JRS MARKET Ph. 333 Your Checkcrdale Store 47-3C-49 T2 USED HOUSEHOLD FURNI- tu'rc. ph. 997-W, 9 a. m. to 6 p. m: «-tf« DELICIOUS CAPON FRYERS, $1.00 and up on foot. 51.25 and up dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. 537- M. 42 - tf " Delegate To 20-30 Convention Chosen By Local Members A delegate and an alternate ore selected to attend the State 1-30 club summmer convention , Cowles, N. M. at the local club acting here Monday night. President Harty was named dele- VOLJVE GOT TO PS-HYPNOTIZE SOOFV! IHS'S SUNNING AV\OK 1 5--SPECIAL NOTICE SEWING MACHINES. NEW AND used. We repair, al! m»ke«. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. ai6 N. Main. Phone 677. l-tfn \LCOHOEfC3 A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. m. USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and Mild. Furniture Exchange, 130 W Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. l-tfn vi'HY BUY IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. LET US SHAMPOO Y.OUK WOOL rugs and bring them back to life. Mats with rugs vacuumed free. Furniture Exchange. 130 W Las Cruces Av. I'honc 282-R. 4l-tfn -FOHjlENT APT., 4 ROOM BATH. CALL 807 S. Chaparro. 4G-3P-48 SHARE KITCHEN, for couple, ph. 0111-J1. 46-6p-51 AVAILABLE JUNE 3. TWO BED- room home, furnished and modern,' 1425 S. Manzanita, Las Cruces. 1 block east and 1 block south from junction El Paseo and Foster Roads, south of Drivein Theater. 0285-R2. 46-tfn f C A R OARAGE, SMALL STOR- space, phone 242. -16-3C-48 pTfrL BRICK APARTMENT. Am PRINGLE'S BABY CHICKS Each Wednesday Valley Products Company ' Phone 99 ' su-tu-l-tfn . GENERAL CONTRACTOR Hough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pec C!ee Paints, all colors. Have Brickrete building block, red huff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mosquite. Ph. 1466-J. 20-tfn cooled Church. vacancy, 40D South - -16-3P-48 I APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN | furnished, 125 West Las Cruces. ph. 732-R. CLEARANCE SALE Music Machine ? 17 5 Shufflette, new 175 Cigarette Machine 75 Hot Dog Machine 50 Pin Hall Machine 25 Gripper .., i5 Penney Scale W Glass Show Case 20 Nickel Candy M a c h i n e . . . . 20 POOL HALL, BACK OF BILLi THE KID BAR Mesilla 47-3p-40 FURNISHED, AIR-COND. CABIN phone 151 or sm-1. BRAND NBW, 5 ROOM HOME, available Juno 1st. Casad Lane, Mesilla Park. Inquire 210 Carver Building or ph. 1052-W. 42-tfn Closed All Day Wednesday, May 30th FARMERS MARKET 6--SERVICES CESSPOOL AND CKI'TIC TANK service. Call 0397-.13. . 42-12p-Tu-Thu-Su,June 19 Frigidaire Service By DAVK NUSBAU1I PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 ..S W Construction Co. '' FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN 7--HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESS cr. Cothern cleaners. 43-tf 1 \'OU KNOW we nearly filled up Duke's General Electric Home Freezer with . fresh 'fish from Guaymas. Duke says it certainly is nice to go to his G.E. freezer and pick out a fish, chicken, or beef v without run ning to the store every day foi meat. Why don't you buy i C,.K. Home freezer. Make your .-lown payment and pay off the balance in easy monthly payments. Your savings In mea will pay for your O.E. freeze in n short time. ·FARMERS MARKET Ph. 3.1 Your Checkenlalc Store .|7-:ic-ll) liEDROOM, UNFURNISHED apt., utilities pd. Roys Dixie Station. SO West. -I5-OP-4B EDROOM, WITH OR WITHOUT kitchen priv. Couple. Ph. S52-J after C p. m. All (lay Sunday. 45-3C-47 ABIN FURNISHED, 720 Parker Rd. Ph. 422-W. 45-tfn "BEDROOM. MODERN HOUSE air conditioned, completely furnished, available June I to Aug. 1 Call 1548-M after 5 p. m. 47-3p-4! "ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, T blocks W. Mcsilla Park Gin. ph 084-R11. ' -15-Sc-4i EW APARTMENT. J. S. CHIL- clros, 42B McClure Rd. 46-6p-51 "HOP AND/OR'OFFICE SPACF will remodel-to suit tenant, location 13;l-13D-137 E. Court Street. Phone 154. 44 - lfn YES! We still have chicks! Why- Because we think late started chicks should make good money this year. Eggs should be high next fall and winter. Chicks started now and fed the Purina way should be laying by Nov. 1st. That Is when egg prices should be at Uicir peak. Late chicks grow well if given plenty of room and air. Place your order today or, better yet, come and get them at the FARMERS MARKET Ph. 333 Your Chcckerdalc Store 47-3C-I9 ite with Al Apodaca as alternate, bout five, members and thrives including Dist. Gov. and Stan Gallup arc to attend om Jjas Cruccs. The convention will be marked y election of officers and selcc- on of a meeting site for the Winer convention. The summer con ention will be held Friday, Sat- rday, and Sunday, June 1, 2 lid 3. Nominations will be made for lection of officers' tor the local lub'at next week's meeting. The 20-30 club meets each weol n Monday at.the Clyde Cafe. .Personal Million Lonii tt'IiMunqm Co. 18--BUSINESS Opportunity HERE'S something for your wife, and at a 510.00 savings for you. For a limited time we will sell a General Electric Portable Ironer for .only $40.95. The regular price" Is $59.05. Here's the best part of this bargain -- you can buy this ironer for nothing down, and make $1.25 per week' payments until your ironer is paid for. Get one today. FARMERS MARKET Ph. 333 Your checkerdalo Store 47-:lc-4ll by Walt Disne;(f \V"O \( NOU'ES -UAPPV l,M'-r?)S HERMAN", TH5 by Fran Striker THE LONE RANGER '"· I ··· I I rilSJ. \^V\ I i-"., · -^.1 --· '· ' MUST TAI K TO YOU ON BUSINESS. JANO KALIN LETS GO INTO YOUR OFFICE. MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN 19--USED CAMS For Sal* 1939 DODGE SEDAN. 1046 MO- tor, radio and heater, white Ride- wall tires, life guard tubes. Excellent condition. Murrell's Con- oco Service, 887 N. Main. 47-4C-50 UNFURNISHED ·! ROOM APT. Air conditioned, close in, Phone 012-R3 or Mr. Platt at Safeway. 4G-2p-17 ROOM, PRIVATE HATH, 202 N. Miranda. -14-Op-IO "EW, THR"E~E B E D RO o M house, furnished, $75. 091-J2. -l7-Op-49 !PACE FOR OFFICE OK SMALL business, Excellent location. City Flower Shop. 123 E. Las Cruces Ave 47-3C-4! SMALL. FURNISHED, HOUSE, aid cond., ph. 0281-R3 or 041\v 47-lfn FiiOOM APT., FURNISHED. 2 N. Armljo St. · 47-3p-40 LARGE, UNFURNISHED AK1 Mesilla Park, Ph. 459-J. -^-Cp-.V BEDROOM AND BATH, 308 I GriRgs. 47-3p-4 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, FURNISH cd, 117 W. Chestnut, ph. 431-R 47-IP-4 2 AIR COND. HOUSE crs. all bills pd. 1 mile W. Me sllla Park, ph. 0390-R3. 47.5p-5 13-WANTED TO SENT 2 OK 3 lllsftltOOM. K U H N I H I I B 1 house, ph. 842-R. -I7--OP-0 SPECrAL BARGAINS--Entire stock of NBW furniture, appliances and kitchen wares being offered until May 31st at prices ranging from below cost to near wholesale in older 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 in cash (no trade-ins) and all sales must be final. Come In and see for yourself. FURNITURE EXCHANGE 130 W. I^as Cruccs Ave. Phone 282-R 44-5C-48 6--WANTED TO BUY HIGHEST PKICEh PAID FOR used pianos. Stevcna Furniture Co. 316 N. Mtl.n. Phone 677. 1-tfi HOUSEHOLD B ' U P . N l T U K l i Any condition. Wo buy »nythln| of value. Phono 931-J. Vladuc Salvage Yard, SSt W. Plcicho 3-tfn 17-HEAL ESTATE For S«l« 2-BEDROOM furnished homo noar Mesilla Park school, 52,500 down payment. Total price QUESENBEIUIY REALTY 102 N. Church ·13-OC-IS Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruccs at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 l-tfn REPOSSESSED 1049 stmlebaKcr 2 ton dump truck, priced for quick sale. See at Studebakcr lot, contact BILL CHILTON. SHURLEY MOTOR CO. 123 N. Church Ph. 997-W 42-6C-47 by Paul Bobinsoi ·'"" I~TAKE~CARE Of 'EM. I'LL HANDLE . THESE TWO.' THEN THAT PRICELESS [ DON'T TOUCH ANYTHING 1 1 ME NO INSIDE THE SHIP. YOU , M TOUCH THIS IS SO EXCITING I CAN . WHATCHA-MAY-CALL-IT WILL BE OURS "FOR SALE TO THE I. HIGHEST BIDDER. AROA' AND I'LL 60 TO TOWN TO CABLE HE AUTHORITIES ABOUT THIS SPACE . rum l CMflDC I nTUAD*! SHIP, LENORE. LOTHAR'Ll LITTLE ANNIE RODNEY YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN THE LOOK ON THE MEW'S FACES WHEN I TOLD THEM IT WA| LITTLE ANNlfeOWN IDEA TO BUYLEMCW BIG SISTER ^A LONG,LOWS TIME AGO ANOTHER LITTLE CHILD WAS BORN WHO DIDN'T K'NOW y THE VALUE OF MONEY- 1 OR DID HE? ^ f!,'·£· / / I e^'-fZ^mt^/s s\.^ by Brandon Walsl "HE"BEU EVED LOVE AND CHARITY WEREy MORE PRECIOUS XX C SEE THAW GOLD OR J (WHAT YOU J SILVER-/-"^ ^ MEAfJ-/ by Lee Falk and Phil. Davit C O M E AND L O O K We Have Ii... STEPHENS USED CARS 110 East Mesa Ph. 9_86-J "All Makes and Models 32-tfn r WiCA!WHOA!DOVT HUNfWOS PUNNIM6 OF'! I'VE SOMETHING I J I'VE SOMETHING WANT TO SAY TO YOU I ft TO SAY TO YOU ' l TOO; J ^-7f~ YOU'VE ear TO STOP CHASING MY LITTLE BROWEH.'ANDAS TO ThIAT CHEAP PIN HE? FOUND - YE5,YE6,I KNOW IT'S JUNK,BUT FOR A , CEQTAlN REASON iTS WOtnH FNE DOLLAB6 TOAP6B5OM I f^a KNOW. I y ETTA KETT DO t F£0l- BEAT.' ) BEING aauNCEO/. 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