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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, June 5, 1951
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Tuesay Evening, June 5, 1951 LAS CROCKS (N. M.) SUN-NEWS. PAGE SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVEKHSING Minimum Charge MR First Time -.. .4c per word BulwtJijwnt Charge .. ,So per wor* 'All ads must be In by 10 A.M. Monday through Friday to insure publication In (hut day's hsue. Classified advertising fur Sunday's p:i[wr must bo lii by A.M. Saturday morning. Cash must lie-company order on ill classified ads except to those having regular display advertising charge accounts. All ctassliiefl advertising miwt be scheduled, for a dcaine period, one day "or more,'and If ordered mid set there will be no refund. Ads must be scheduled a definite number of days and no refund* will be made on classified advertising. Any clnMns for credit or additional insertions of clHiHlfled tid* flno to error*, occurring In advertisement must bo made day following publishing of advertisement, PHONE .111 or 51 1--LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX Notice ia 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 28. 1851, and that all persons having claims against said estate should prepare and pre- sen the same to the undersiKned at 337 West Griggs. La« Cruces, New Mexico, within six months from May 28, 1851; other wise the same will be barred. · WINBSS my hand this 28th day of May, 1851. DELPHIA J. GEIJEN Administratrix Pub: May 28, June 5-12-19, 1951 IN THE UISTI1ICT COURT Ol r DONA ANA COIJNTV. N K W MKXICO C. T. SEALE and Mrs. CLYDE M. MOKHIS, Plaintiffs, vs. HOARD OF TRUSTEES OF DONA ANA BE.N'D COLONY COMMUNITY, GRANT, CHARLES R. LOOMIS. BEULAH B. SUM.MERFO R D A L L E N , ' THOMAS EDGAR SUMMKH- TORD, HAROLD RHODES, ' BASCOM FRENCH C O M P A N Y , a defunct corporation. FIRST MORTGAGE C O M P A N Y OF EL PASO. TEXAS, .1 defunct corporation, i h e following named pei-sons. if living, if deceased, their u n k n o w n heirs: ROBERT B HOLL1NGSWORTH. SR., and · ELLA B. HOLLINGSWORTH. his wife. C. B. H A W K I N S , JOHN WELCH and A N N A WELCH. Ills wife, A N N A B. EASTON. W. K. KNOWLES, MRS. W. K. KNOWLES. his WIFE, JACOB DWKCK. I. D. BEYNON. E. N. LITTLE, the u n k n o w n heirs of the following deceased persons: JOHN OLIVER SUMMERFORD. MARGARET D. SUMMERFORD, MARTIN HOWARD PETERSON and LAURA PETERSON, his wife, and all unknown claimants of interest in the premises, adverse to the plaintiffs, Defendants. No. 11M2 NOTICE OP P E N D E N C Y OF SUIT TlfE STATE OF NEW MEXICO, TO: Board of Trustees of Dona Ana. Bend Colony Community Grant, Chiirles II. Loomis, Beulah B. '· Summorfni-d Allen. Thomas Edgar Summcrfoi-d. Harold Rhodes, Bas- c-om French Company, a d e f u n c t corporation. First Mortgage Com- 1 pany of El Paso, Texas, a defunct ' corporation, the following named persons, if living, if deceased, their unknown heirs: riohert B. Hoi- 1 linsjswoi-Ui, Sr., nnd Ella B. Hol- linesworth. his wife: C. B. Haw- ItiilK, John Welch and Anna Welch, his wife. A n n a E. Easton, W. K. Knowles, Mrs. -W. K. Knowles. his wife, Jacob Dwcck, I. D. Beynon. E. N. Little, the unknown heirs of ' the following deceased 'persons: John Oliver Summcrford, Margaret I). Summerford, -Martin How- · arc! Peterson tind Laura Pctci'son, his wife, and all u n k n o w n claini- · ants of interest in the premises adverse to the plaintiffs: You. and each of you, are' hereby notified t h a t C. T. Scale and Mrs. Clyde M. Morris, have instituted suit "against you in the above entitled court and cause, whereby they seek to quiet title against you to the properties described in the complaint, and being two tract of land located i n - t h e City of Las. Cruces. Now Mexico: and that unfess "yon enter your appearance in 'said cause, on or before J u l y IS, 1031. judgment will be entered against yon ia said cause, as prayed in the complaint: that Mechem Mrchem, Box 69, Las Ctnees. New Mexico, art the attorneys for the plaintiffs. WITNESS, the Hon. W. T. SCOR- gin, Judge of the Third Judicial District of the State of New Mexico, and the seal of said Court for Dona Ana County, New Mexico, (his ·Ith day of June, 1M1. By CERALDINE S. MATHISEN' (Senli Clerk. Pub. June !S-12-1H-26-l(IM. 5--SPECIAL NOTICE FORMER INSTRUCTOR WILL teach lady dancing in exchange for room. Write Box 5 r /n Sun- News. 53-3p-55 WHY BUY IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. 1-tfn .VLCOHOBICS A N O N Y M O U S Box Ml. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. mi ' 1-tfn USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and nold. Furniture Exchange, J30 W. Las Cruces, Phone 282-R. 1-tfn LET US SHAMPOO YOUR WOOL rug» and bring them back to life. Mats with rugs vacuumed free. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces Av. Phone 282-R. 41-tfn SEWING MACHINES, NEW AND ' used. W rep»lr.-»l! makes. STEVENS' FURNITURE co. 318 N. M.-iln. Pllnnn 677. 1-tfn Are the flies and bugs bothering you? We have all kinds of bug stuff and fly dope, too-also have all kinds of sprayers from 45c on up. Get rid of your unwanted guests today the easy way with insecticide and sprayers from FARMERS M A R K E T - Ph. 333 Your Chcckcrdaie Store L . C2-3C-S4 6--SERVICES CESSPOOL AND CEPTIC TANK service. Call 0397-J3. 42-12p-Tu-Thu-Su,Juno 19 HYDROTEX MATERIALS ARE the economical answer to your roofing problems. 115 South Alameda. 49-12C-60 12--FOR KENT 2 HKDKOOM, GARAGE APT. Shaded yard, 555.00 mo. Utilities nil. Ph. 823-W. 53-3p-55 MODERN, FURNISHED, A I R cooled cottage. Employed couple preferred, ph. 0283J3. 53-3p-S5 2 ROOM COTTAGE, FURNISH- ed, modern, shade and grass, ph 228-W. 53-3p-5E Russians Gel Along With Fewer Non-Combat Soldiers, Train Less, Thus Have Bigger Divisions Than U. S. ROOM FOR 1 OR 2 EMPLOYED. 1 block of Chamber of Commerce ph. 946-R. 53-1C-53 I3--WANTED TO SENT Will lease for one or more years, 2 or 3 bedroom u n f u r - nished home. Prefer reasonable distance to business area. Good care assured. QUESENBERRY REALTY CO. 102 N. Church Phone 52 52-OC-57 15--FOR SALE GOOD USED TIRES. SHOOK Tire Co. 1-tfn SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S Shook Tire Co. J-tfn USED HOUSEHOLD KURN1- ture, ph. 997-W, 9 a. ni. to G .. p. rn. ' . 42-tfn DKLICIOUE CAPON FRYERS. $1.00 and up on fqot. $1.25 and up dressed. -Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. 537- M. 42-tfn BOOKCASE BUREAUS, TWO Bicycles, phone 02S.1J4. 03-3p-55 PULLETS JUST BEGINNING TO Jay. Alsu 25 laying hens. .ph. OD8-R5. 53-4p-50 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 2B-tfn Does Your Hoof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN 7--HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESS- er. Cothern cleaners. ^43-tfn 10-HELP WANTED Female WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE! work, to stay in. Ph, 010-J3. 52-Un 11--WORK Y/ANTED Ninv G-E Electric Food Frecz- ci?.' 11 cu. ft. capacity. Holds up to yS!t pounds of frozen food. Complete with extra storage compui'tmimi. for packaging materials. Helps you really save on footi bills! Sec them today at FARMERS M A R K E T Easy Terms Ph. 333 Your Ciiuckerilyle Store 52-3c-54 12--FOH RENT FOUR ROOM APARTMENT IN Old Mcsilla. Furnished, $50.00 per month, phone 343-W a f t e r 6 p. m. 49-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces. ph. 732-R. 1-tfn CABIN FURN.ISHED. 720 Parker Rd. Ph. 422-W. 4o-Un SHOP AND/OR OFFICE SPACE will remodel to suit tenant, location 13:1-135-137 E. Courl Street. Phone 154. 44-tfn UHFURN1SHED 4 ROOM Al'T. Air cnndiiioned, close in. I'lionp 012-R3 or Mr. Platt at Sftfoway. 53-2p -M FURNISHED D U P L E X F O R couple, ph. 151 or -'S93-.I. 50-tfn FURNISHED, SMALL APT.. AIR conditioned, laundry facilities, near bus lines, utilities furnished, couple, 1459-J. 52-2p-5'J 3 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, modern, air-cooled. 1S12 N. Main 52-2c-5:~ BEDROOM, AIR COOLED. GEN- tlcmnn prof. 154 W. Mountain ph. 407-J. 53-2c-.V BUILDrNG, S U I T A BLE FOR Hinall cafe or beu\ity shop. Rea estate, insurance, completely re modeled. Nice Uication, 2 door N. Post Office, Mcsilla Park. Jin Bell, Bell's Barber Shop, pr 089-R5. ol-tfi. 2 ROOM APT. K U R N I S M K D . A l l cooled, Stntps Court. S l - t f i 1 NICE. ' B I G , MODERN. FUR ni.-ihctl apartment, also 1 smal modern house, ph. 743-W. __ MODERN, FURNISHED. A H cooled, apt. 606 W, Pnrkei couple pret erred, 51-3p-S: BEDROOM, 311 S. M I R A N D A ph. G45-M. M-3p-5 1 OR MORE BEDROOMS WIT* or without k i t c h e n priv. Ai cond. 411 S. Church, ph. 852-J ROOM FOR G E N T L K M A N , 50 N. Alameda. fil-6c-5 A7R CONDITIONED. TWO H K D room home, furnished. Phon OS4J2. 52-tfi 2 ROOM APT., F U R N I S H E D cooler, utilities pd. Near bu; lines $37.50 mo. Couple or single 1217 W. McFIC, ph. 614-W. 52-20-53 ROOM FOR KMPI.OYKD MAN 208 W. Hndloy. 1 USED FRIGIOAJRE, G.9 CU. FT. cheap for quick sale, 617 \V. Picacho, phone 1020. 53-3p-f5 1950 MODEL WESTINGHOUKE Laundermat. large gas range. Also household furniture, call 0391-R1. G3-5p-57 R E G I S T E R E D DACHSHUND puppies, all ages, Lestcrs Market. 1246 W. Picacho. 4S-6c-53 USED MAYTAG WASHING MA- 1 chine, phone 447-W. also throe rugs, good condition. ol-6p-5G RUBBUIR IAVK BOATS Sir.00 each, also .army tents, new 16x10 Army Store 412 North Main. 50-1C-53 LARGE UPHOLSTERED W1CK- cr sofa and chair to match, 424 McCIure Rd. 47-tfn BOXER. FEMALE, YEAR OLD, registered. Ranch Fellz, Berino, N. Mex. 52-3p-54 A P A R T M E N T HIKE K1TCHKN range, see at 213 Armijo. 52-2p-f)3 We have some more turkeys and this is the last shipment we will have. There is still plenty o f - t i m e to grow a big turkey for Thanksgiving; or Christmas so come to the Farmers Market today and get a few baby turkeys. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 52-3054 By CLAKK HEACII' AP Xewtfcature Writer . WASHINGTON.-- How d o ' t h e Russians get 175 divisions put of 2,500,000 army men while the U: B. gets only 18 divisions from 1,300,' 000? . Does the U. S. waste most df!itn manpower ' i n armchair jobs nnd non-combat- frills while Liie Russians have most of t h e i r ' - m e n shouldering, rifles? . · · · · . · A breakdown of how the'Iwo .nations organize and use their army forces shows thai the U. S. gets almost as many combat troops-out of a given number of men us, the Russians. A (JpiiL-ral's Testimony Brig. Gen. D. A. D. Ogden, chief of the Army's organization and training division, acknowledged in testimony to a Congressional committee Unit the Russians get along with somewhat fewer non- rombat troops t h a n tlie U. S. docs. But he said that's because the Russians don't take the same care of the lives of their soldiers. 1. Russian soldiers do not spcn'l such a large proportion of their time in training as U. S. troops. They serve longer in the army. and very .little training is given them before they join combat units. 2. Russian soldiers don't get much medical attention. A large proportion of the sick ami wounded is allowed to die. 3. The RusKians arc closer to t h e i r f i g h t i n g fronts than the TJ. Thus they need fewer men along their lines of communication. . The Russians use civilians or lart-tlme soldiers to man much.of .heir anti-aircraft artillery'' and make extensive use of forced civilian labor in jobs done by military personnel in the U. S. K.-U Division Is Smaller What makes the biggest differ- GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumbar, moderate price, Pee Gee Paints, all colors. Have Brickrete building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mesqitite. Ph. 2456-J. 29-tfn RECORD SALE All Victor Records, popular albums, R P M recorls, 1/3 off. All classical albums and records, % price. Large asosrted 80c records, 3 for $1.00 LOOMIS CO. 138 No. Main Ph.-113 4fMc-52 16--WANTED TO BUY PRICES PAID FOR used planoa. Stevens Furniture Co. 316 N. Mali. Phone 6T7. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone B31-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 024 W. Picacho. 1-tfn JSED, CHROME TABLK AND chairs, ph. 1047-R, Sunday or after 5 p. m. week days. 51-3p-53 7---HEAL ESTATE For Sale 'WO BEDROOM HOME BY owner, phone- 447-W. 5I-6p-5G Graces Shriners Among 1,500 Al Slimmer . Ceremony HOBBS. June 4 -(JPi --Fifteen hundred Shriners and their wives are expected here Saturday for the a n n u a l summer ceremonial of Ballut Abyad Temple of the An- ciont Order of Nobles of the Mystic SHrine. ' . Members will attend from Albuquerque, Bclen, Clovis. Tucumcari, Portales. Doming, Silver Cit}', Las Cruces. Lits Vegas, Artcsia, Roswell, Santa Fe, Carlsbad, and El Paso, San Angclo and Odessa, Tex. The Clovis drum and bugle corps, the Albuquerque and Roswcll patrols and the El Paso motorcycle corps will take part in a panicle. A l b u q u e r q u e Sliriners are ' planning to travel here in two buses, 25 passenger cars and two airplanes. The Lea County Shrine Club On YMCA Tour 'cnce in the number of divisions, however, ia the fact that t h e Hu.s- sliin division is smaller t h a n t h e U. S. division.- And the Russians designate as divisions a lot of units wh'ich in t h i s - c o u n t r y arc not or- gaiiiied along: division lines. The? average U. S. infantry division at ; war strength contains 18,000,men. 1 compared to the pres- cnt'Riissian average of 8,000. Our forces arc backed up in the combat zone, moreover, by fighting men who" are even more numerous than the'mcn in the divisions -- combat troops -In . the artillery, armored forces, -. reconnaissance, engineers, signal communications, etc. In many small theaters of divisions are used -- just regimental combat teams pi' special purpose forces. One high-ranking A r m y expert on personnel says the A r m y has about G5,QO( for one division of 18,000 men. To explain where the extra 47,000 men are stationed ho acts tip t h e idea of a division "slice" of the Army.' To picture the division "slice" he assumes the division is in combat 1,500 miles from U. S. shores. Many of. the men Iri the "slice' 1 have nothing to do with u division. The "slice" is Just an account of the number of men who 'are assigned to various duties . when a division- is in combat 1,300 miles from U. S. shores. First'are tile 18.000 men in the division. There arc 23,000 more who would be combat troops In artillery, armor, signals, etc.. not assigned to any division. That means G-I per cent of the total "slice" would be in combat. Communications Takes Men Not in romhat would be 7,150 troops in communications work or 11 per cent of the total "slice". They man port facilities on the foreign shore, store and deliver supplies over there, keep highway transport and railroads going, run hospitals, maintain telegraph, tel- Relired Army -Colonel..Cap Put Push ; Into CaiicerTighr^He"Wpnr8is't)wn AP NHV.Sfeature's PUTNAM, Conn. -- A retired banjo - playing, tnrgol - .shooting Army colonel lias put mil zip Into the Connecticut -Cunccr Society drive in Uiis neck of the eastern Connecticut woods. Col. George H. Collins of nearby North-Woodstock, knows what the fifjlit against cancer cnn accom- pli.'ih he once.had it. The colonel \vns stationed at Camp Stewart in Cleorgiti, when symptoms appeared. Diagnosticians at (he Gushing- General hospital in Massachusetts anrl the Walter Reed hospital nt Washington ephonc, radio, etii. In the United SLtitra would he the i-cmnining 2ii per cent of the "slice"--10.250 men. Of these, 13,000 or 20 per cent would he in training, including transclonts--- men shipping out and coming back. Sick and wounded in the hospitals would number about 1,950, or 3 pur cent. confirmed the presence., of the growth and one. of thein^Dr. Lloyd G. Lewis, recommended an operation. " ' " " ":""'''* Six months Inter, in "December. 194-1, Collins was hack on -limited duty at Camp Stewart. Tho'foilow- "irig year -henvair- given' luff retirement after a military extending ;!0 yp.ars .on- buth-aides of af a successful career., as.a construction .engineer,. ,,. ^^ ,, A few weeks later, Collins was organizing an active district committee, for the A mc'rican .-"Cancer Society in his own JU'ca M Now'you. will find''h'i'm during- part of almost every' ' m (lay, sharing n"umch or'a" conference table with a campaign worker.' hfs Cancer Field Army com»Ultcc"0^^ newspaperman. The colonel has been* A banjo player hml a crack rifleman most of his life. But, as mtich'- as he loves them 'jotli, tark'et shooting and banjo playing havc-a m i i \ r role in his new life.- .v MICKEY MOUSE ^ir by Wall Disne;i; THE LONE RANGER .by Fran Striker BUT, JACKSON, IF HE COMES HERE AN' FINDS CARTER OUR PRISONER--- i---f H^^ BE THROUGH! HE WILL NEVER REACH THI CAVE ALIVE/ BRING SOME ROPs ViD riSHUNF. I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO SETA DEATHTRAP/ CLEAR TRAIL FOR THE LONE RANGER TO FOLLOW MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul RoMnsci 2 rooms und bath, with store room, ,t lots, $2,800.00. $800 down, oal. $50 month. BUNCH'S HEAL ESTATE Ph. 1530R 1401 E, Arizona 50-lfn 9-USEDCAHSForSaU TLEAN, 1939 POXTIAC COUPE, radio, heater, seat covers, $200. E, . Callahnn. Border Patrol Training School College, K1CC!AI,L DELUXE C H A M P I O N 2 door acilan, 11150 Stiidcbaker. 1 2 door Windsor, 194K Chrysler for i n f o i m a t i o n cnll 1219 or 1001. fil-3e-S3 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at . . . 'CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 l-lfn J O H N FORRESTER-PATON, president of tlic World's Alliance of Young Men's Christian associations, la nn a tour of YMCA utins in Uie U.S.. nml Canada. II,i will climax ills'' tour by HprnkiiiR nt the international centennial convention of YMCAs in Cleveland, which opens June 21. Forrester-PHICII is director nf 1 "aIons nml UaMwuig, our ot E:i£!nnd*s largest wool y a r n I9---USED CARS For Sal* 19-12 CHEVROLET COUPE, PH. J13G-R or inquire at 315 S. Main. Apt. n. 00-6p-G5 1050.- CHEV. 8 PASSEN'GKK stiitlon wagon, excellent condition, bargain, phone 0292J2. L. R. Lytton. S-P-E-C-I-A-L The next 15 days, will f u r - nish on all deals. Have 1951 Htidsons In stodt, Also Good used earn. Hudson Sales Service ' GRYDEItMOTOn CO.' Earl Youngicn, M 717 XV. Oi'fian Phono 712 YOU ARE A HOSY FELLOW,! FATS, BUT IN THIS CASE IT COMES IK HANDY.' THROUGH MAWWMKES HYPN07K MKKJHIS is WHAT FAT:; THINKS IS HAPPENING ! by Brandon Waist LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY SHE'S TAUGHT HIM TO WATCH HIS STEP AND NOT TREMJ OH THE YOUWS RM4TS-, . YEP' THAT CHILD 15 A MATUBAL- BORfJ GARDENER-SHE OOESMTSKIPA WEED THUMBS IS KlNCft MUDDY, BUT TMEf ] AWTSREEM-r: by Lee Falk and Phil Davii BIG SISTER WEN I ThIiNK NVB'D ^p AH. GOOD.'. BETTER TAKE WE Eg HE-RE'S THE MONPYANDLET F=T MONEY.' HIM HAVE THE PiS .fer NOW WHERE / DEAR,DHAR / MQW ' IS THE PIN? I FOQGOT.'/Wl-lERr E ICHABSOUUTELY/ THE PIN,WILL YOU GO I PROMISE .' RIGHT STRAIGHT TO s--w? TMEOWNER WITH IT? / ^^IMM,^ by Les t'orgravc ETTA KETT

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