Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 6, 1951 · Page 5
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Wednesday Evening, June 6, 1951 . .LAS CRUCES (M. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE FlVt SUN-HEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERIISING MUilmiun Ch»r§e He first Tlnio 4e per word Buiw«j»«nt Charge .. .Sc per wort 8--SERVICES CLOTH COVERED and buckles made All ciiusifird nai must be l» by 1* A.M. Monday throujh Frtd»jr Co Insure pubUattlun In that U»j'« Issue. Classified wlvertlnhiK for Sunday's paper must be In bjf It A.M. Saturday raornlnf. Cash must jiccoropsny order on all classified ads elcept to those hiving regular diiplay advcrtlllnf charge accounts. All olasslhed adwrtlBtnf mult bti scheduled for a deaiL'lne period; one day or more, and U ordered uid set there will be no refund. Ads must bo scheduled a definite number of days and no refund* will be mado on Ja»ilflcd advertising. Any claims for credit or additional Insertions of classified sdl duo to errors occurring In advertisement must be made day following publishing of advertisement PHONE S.1 or 94 1--LEGAL NOTICES HYDROTEX MATERIALS ARE the economical answer to your roofing problems. 115 South Alameda, 49-lHc-CO CALL FOK BIDS Notice is hereby given that Hie City of Las Cruccs, New Mexico will accept Scaled Bids on the following: 2 "Deep Well Turbine Pumps Complete with column and Shaft. Power Unit. Specifications covering the above arc on file in the office of Ilic City Clerk at the Las Graces City Hall. The bid of the lowest responsible bidder which meets with the specifications required will be. accepted. The Board of Commissioners reserves the riRht to reject all bids which do not meet specificn- tions. All bids .must be filed With the Gity Clerk on or before 10:00 A.M. Saturday'23' June 51, at which time the bids will he publicly opened and read aloud. " RAYMOND E. HOWBLL, CITY CLEI1K. Pub: G-13 20 J u n e SI BUTTONS from your material. Pearl' snaps and Btuda placed on shirts and blousts. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water 1-M-W-Frl-tfn ANNOUNCING Private employment A g e n c y moving to 434 N. Church St., ph. 1202W. Ramon Bernal. Notary. 17-W-F-Su-tfn Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM. PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. .FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN Trenching done with mechanical ditcher. Ideal for footings, sewer linos, etc. 12 to 18 inch wide, up to 42 in. deep $1 75 per cu yd. Minimum charge $15.00. ATLAS LUMBER CO. Phone 900 When Chicago White Sox outfielder, Jim Busby, was in the Army, he was selected as the most valuable player on the Camp Hood baseball* team. . . . IS--FOR SALE PULLETS JUST BEQINNING TO lay. Also 25 laying hens, ph. OD8-R5. ' . S8-4P-5B USED FK1GIDA1RE, 6.0 CU. FT. cheap for quick, sale, 617 W. Pl- cacho, phone 1020. 53-3p-55 1950 MODEL WESTINGHOUSE Laundermat, large gas range. Also household furniture, . call · 0391-R1. D3-Op-57 USED MAYTAG WASHING MA- chinc, phone 447-W, also three rugs, good condition. 61-Gp-56 BOXER. FEMALE, YEAR OLD, registered. Ranch Fclir., Berino, N. Mex. 52-3P-54 TRAILER HOUSE, 46 MODEL Msystem, 905 Sblona Drive. We have some more turkeys and this Is the last shipment we will have. There is still plenty of time to grow a big turkey for Thanksgiving or Christmas .so come to the Farmers Market ·today and get a few baby tur- ·keys. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Gheckerdale Store 52-3C-54 16--WANTED TO BUY CHICKS THURSDAYS Pullorum Clean - U. S. Certified CO-OP -- Phone 1041 1-w-tfn IN T I I K DISTRICT COURT OF DONA ANA COUNTY' NEW MEXICO Elena Chavez Ybnrra, Plaintiff, vs. Ben Ybarra. Defendant. NO. 11953 NOTICE OF SUIT · TO: Ben Ybarra ^ . You are hereby notified £hat it suit has been filed against you.in the said court and''county by the above named plaintiff in which the said plaintiff prays for an absolute divorce on grounds of incom- j patibility, and you are further notified^ tjmt ^unless you ·enter or cau se i ''to"b'e" entered yoiir appearance in this cause on or before the 20th day of July.1081, judge- ment will be rendered in said cause against you by default and the rc- ·lief prayed for will be granted. The n'anic of plaintiff's attorney is W. B. Darden. whose a'ddress is 137 West Griggs. Las Cruces, New Mexico. Geraldine S. "Muthisen Clerk. District Court (SEAL) Pub: June 6-13-20-27, 1D51. 7--HELP WANTED HIGHEST PKICEo PAID FOR used pianoa. Steveni Furniture Co. 318 N. Mill. Phone'677. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U P . N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything or value. Phone 931-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Picacho. 1-tfn EXPERIENCED WOOL sr. Cothern cleaners. PRESS- 43-tfll 17--REAL ESTATE For Sale 10--HELP WANTED Female TWO BEDROOM HOME BY owner, phone 447-W. 51-6p-5G WOMAN FOR GENERAL HOUSE work, to stay in. Ph. 010-J3. 02-tfn GIRL FOR CLEANING IN 1 store. Lester's Market, 1240 W. Plcacho. 54-2c-55 11--WORK WANTED THE STATE OF NEW 51EXICO Call For Bids Scaled bids will be opened in the Office of the State Purchasing Agent, Capitol Building, Santa Fe, at 11:00 A.M., M.S.T. on June 19, 1951 for thu purchase of bath " towels and washcloths for the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, N. M., and for a carload of handles for the N. At. School for the Blind, Allimogorrio. New Mexico, and, 1 pair WFL Conceit Grand Pedal Tympani, with head protectors and slicks and one Kohlert Easoon Hackcl System complete with ease and crooks for the N. M. Western College. Silver City. New Mexico. Also for Bur- rongh's Validating Machine for the Bureau of Revenue. Santa Fe. Bid blanks and specifications are available from G. T. McWhiiter, Stale Purchasing Agent, Santa Fe. Pub: Juno 6, 1951 New G-E Electric Food Freezer. 11 cu. ft. capacity. Holds up to 389 pounds of frozen food. Complete with extra storage compartment for packaging materials. Helps you really save on food bills! See them today at FARMERS MARKET Easy Terms Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 52-3C-54 12--FOR BENT 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 Mesqulte. Ph. 1450-J. 29-tfn 2 rooms and baUi. with store room. 3 lots, 52,800.00. ?800 do\vit, oal. §50 month. BUNCH'S HEAL ESTATE Ph: 1530R . 1-101 E. Arizona 50-tfn Beautiful Mcsilln Park home. \ bedrooms. Contact a 1 . BURESH REALTY CO. 54-1C-54 UEDROOM. DUPLEX. CLOSE in, air cond., couple, 1203 N. Main. · ' 54-4j)-57 FRONT BEDROOM FOR WOM- an, reasonable. Phone 823-W. 54-2p-55 FURNISHED 5--SPECIAL NOTICE SEWING MACHINES, NEW AND ·used. We repair al! makes. STEVF.NS FURNITURE CO. 816 N. Main. Phons 877.. "· 1-tfn BEDROOM, AIR COOLED, GEN- tlcman prof. 154 W. Mountain, ph. 407-J. 53-2c-54 BUILDING. S U I T A B L E FORMER INSTRUCTOR WILL teach lady dancing in exchange for room. Write Box 5 '/c Hun. News. f3-3p-55 WHY BUY IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. ALCOSOBICS A N O N Y M O U S . Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. m. 1-tfn USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and nold. Furniture Exchange 130 W. Las Cruccs, Phone 282-11 1-tfn LET US SHAMPOO YOUR WOOL rugs and bring them back t life. Mats with nigs vacuumec free. Furniture Exchange; 13 W. Las Cruces Av. Phone 2S2-R 44-tf Are the flies and 'bugs bothering you? We have all kimls of blip, stuff and fly (lope, too-also have all kinds of sprayers from 45c on up. Get rid of your unwanted pucsts today the easy way with Insecticide anif sprayers from RAUMEKS -MAHICpT,- .Pit. 333 · · · -friar Chcritr'rddlr Store 52-Sc-M APT. only, ph. 0293J5. C O U I 1 L K 54-:ip-. r 6 OUR ROOM AI'ARTMF.NT IN Old Mesilla. Furnished, $50.00 per month, phrmc 343-W after 6 p. m. 49-tfn "APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces. ph. 732-R. ' 1-tfn ABIN FURN.tSHED, 720 Parker Rd. Ph. 422-W. 45-tfu INFURNtSHED 4 ROOM APT. Air conditioned, close in. Phone 012-RII or Mi-. Platt at Safeway. 03-2p-54 'URNISHED D U ' P L E X FOR couple, ph. 151 or 303-J. 50-tfn FOFi small cafe or beauty shop. Real estate, insurance, completely remodeled. Nice location, 2 doors N. Post Office, Mesilla Park. Jim Bell. Bell's Barber Shop, ph 089-R5. 51-tfn "ROOM APT. FUP.N1KHED. AIR cooled, States Court. 51-tfn ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN. 504 N. Alameda. 51-6c-5C \IR CONDITIONED. TWO BED- room home, 084J2. furnished. Phone 52-tfn ROOM FOR 258 W. Hadley. EMPLOYED MAN 52-3p-54 MODERN, FURNISHED, A I R cooled cottage. Employed coupl preferred, ph. 0283J3. 53j.3p-55 ROOM COTTAGE, FURNISH cd. modem, shade and grass, ph 229-W. 53-3p-55 15--FOR SALE GOOD USED Tire Co. · TIKES." "SHOOK 1-tfn SEAT COVER B A R G A I N Shook Tire Co. 1-tf USED HOUSEHOLD tine, ph. 907-W, 9 t p. m. TURNI m. to 42-tf DELICIOUS CAPON FRYERS 51.00 and up on foot. $1.35 an up dressed. Dr. Horton Poulti Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. W M. 42-tt liOOKCASF. ntjREAUS. TWO 11 cycles, pltonc 0281J4. 03-3p-r Beautiful home, near State College. Has all it takes to make a home. Furnished or unfurnished. She's a dinger! ;j b. r. modern home, garage and car port. Bldg. site. 100 x 150. Upper College Road. 2 b. r. modern home, Upper College Road, a good buy at 54.250.00. A 7 room modern home, near Upper College Road. $1,750.00 BURESH REALTY CO. JOHN ft LOUtE 54-1C-54 BEAUTIFUL 2 b. r. and den. brcczcway, garage, IVi bath. In the best part of city. 'Information at our office. 2 b. r. modern home, nice location. $0,000.00. $1,300.00 will handle. 2 b. r. modern. 75 ft. frontage. A new house. $9,000.00 2 b. r. modern new house, good location. $6,500.00 BURESH REALTY CO.. LOUIE JOHN 54-1C-54 9--USED CAflS For Sale DEDICATED to the friendship and solidarity of the U n i t e d States, Chile, Peru and Argentina,', an equestrian statue of Gen. Jose de San Martin, liberator of the South American republics, is unveiled on New York's Central Park South. It is a gift of the people of Buenos lAires, capital of Argentina, to the .people of New York.(Infernafionil) Nay Temperature Sets All-Time High For Month AJI alt-time high temperatiirc for May in this locality was set on May '27 iiml 28 when the thermometer rose to 103°. According to Professor J. C. Overpeck, cooperative observer at State Col- eg-e, the previous high was 99° for he same time. Other data gathered includes; Mean maximum temperature, 87.6; mean minimum temperature, 18.8; highest temperature, 103 on \lay 27 and 28; lowest tcmpcra- Liire. 30 on May '2; precipitation, 02 inches .28 inchu.s below normal. Number of cleur days 25; num- jor partly cloudy days, -1; number cloudy days, 2; total wind movement SS34 iiiik'-s; average velocity, 5.2; maximum velocity. 32 miles ier hour on M»y 31 from west; ore vailing* direction, Southwest. Catholic Auon\cys ' Ask Dixou Dismissal SANTA FE, June 6 Jet -- Ca'ti]- olic attorneys asked today that the Dixon case appeal by a group of Protestants be dismissed on grounds of "changed circumstances". The last brief in the long-pending school suit was filed today. The supreme court hears oral ar- u m e n t s nn June IS. The Protestants are socking to restrain public schools fi-om hiring members of Catholic orders teachers In New Mexico. Friday Js Final Day To Rogislcr For Swininiing Friday Is inn lust day for swiinniLM-s to register for thn l««il hwimmiiiff priiRTani. Clnssc-s will he-sin HPV( M«n- da.v for hfginn'.irH itncl aci- \-iiiirt-tl 'swimmers ntul iill rcp- isf rants must 1m at IwLsl 7 yr-iirs old. C'liLssrs will Im^liHil every cluy c.xccpt Wcndrsdnys and wrelt-cntls anil c'liiMBes ftir l«- Kinni-rs wlll..stnrl at 10 In thn ninrninff. followed ill II a. m. by classes fur adv:ui::td swimmers. Try and Stop Me BENNETT CERF- I N-ALL-the-garish history of press agenlry, there has neyci bceri 'so frustrated a tub-thumper ;is Hollywood's Bill :Pinc who,"!t-a : cost of infinite patience arid time, trained fifty parrot; to 'repeat" clearly 'the title 'of ,, rf 4||4 i T a new Mae .West'film called. a fy'r- . 'Qbi^. ' tW I II Ain't No Sin. . : . "Ov,.,, -.^^·fc.SiX It was his : intention to ship the parrots in.'ilurn to large cities where. "It'.Ain't .No Sin" was 'going' to-be premicrod, counting on the unusual spectacle of fifty parrots chanting in unison to stupefy the natives . and capture extra space in the newspapers. The day before the first showing of the picture was scheduled, the producer called Hill Pine to his office. "Bill," he said. "I've got news"for you. Miss West has just decided to chance the name of.her picture to 'I'm No Angel.' . * * . * * · Suner-salesman cf the month undoubtedly is William Glassforth who induced a farmer owning o single cow to buy an electric milking machine. Furthermore, Glassforth came away with the cow as down payment! I SCOTT'S. SCRAP'BOOK By R. J. SCOTT KXtu CAR ustD in ...- mllta SfAiS HiP'flit. Win MLlrtCL OF A BIKDIIOUS!: MICKEY MOUSE by Walt Disne;(i I VOU"G=TT=TY ' T.-iDUSAXP J .CSE? T2*C, OF \OUR iNCOrUE TAVC '. by Fran Striker THE LONE RANGER ·,ll|llllllllllllli|!lllW MRS CARTER IF YOU PUBLISH THE HJTiWS WHAT THINGS BOSS JACKSON km ^ " ' --· ~~ r SAY| : BE AIDING HIM IN CRIME.' o! YOU'RE NOT LF'AVING H3vc IF I DONT PUBLISH/THEN I MUST NLESSYOU PROMISE TO f-lV.E H 0 EFFORT TO FIND NY HUSBAND' I WHAT HE WANTS, -f^ TRY TO GET HE WILL KILL MY J[YOUB HUSBAND HUSBAND/ r^B* BACK ALIVE. by Paul Robinsoi MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN -BY, MANDRAKE GKTURIS AT THi CAPTURED FATS -I'M WAITING FOR MY PAL FATS TO UET BACK, BEFORE I FINISH YOU. DON'T MOVE, BIS BOY.' !~^ 042 CHEVROLET COUPE, PH. 93G-R or inquire at 315 H. Main. Apt. 3. !if)-6p-55 5^ CTEV. 8 PASSENGER station wapon, cxoellont oondi- tion. bargain, phone 0202J2. L. R. Lytlon. 50-5p-D-l Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cru:es a t . . . CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph/ 1016 1-ttn Marshall Tells Gratis 01' West Point To Be Fair To Democracy WEST POINT, N. Y-, Juno 51 (/I"i--Defense Secretary George C. Marshall, fresh from testifjlne; be- ore a Congressional committee, oday cautioned Weal Point grad- latcs against being i m p a t i e n t with Icmocnitic processes. "I think it it not the occasion, t is a little too early, to comment on some of the difficulties yon am going to have," lie told the United Hates military academy gradual- j ng class of 475. t "There will UP many," he continued. "You will he misunderstood time ami again. You will find it exceedingly difficult at times to compose the democratic procedures of this country with thf military pattoni which . you feel to he necessary, but we arc in a democracy." S-P-E-C-I-A-L The next 1.1 days, will furnish License on nil deals. Have 1951 Hudson* in nlocU. Also Good used curs. Hudson Sales Service GRYDER MOTOR CO. Earl Younfiien, Manager 717 \V. Orgnn Phone 742 SIMc-BO 11"' UTTLE ANNIE ROONEY by Brandon Walsfc -LOOKS LIKE WE'.OlJJfAflE'SIWGIN' ~1 IWTME GOOD OLD SUMMER TlME-Ti'i | PLANTERSOUGUTA BEStMGIN"APRIu SHOWERS" AW TME TRUCKERS OUGHrA SING'SHIUEOM-. HARVEST MOOM _ _ MY GOODNESS GRACIOUS, ZERO -- AIWT HOTHOUSES WONDERFUL ?! - THE SPBIMG PLAMTERSARE WRKIN'ArONEE END AW THEHARVESTEKS ARE WORKIM' BIG SISTER by Lee Falk and Phil Davii : . -..--^aiammTM ·* f DONNlE WAS HEBErT AND HE HAD ! IN Ti-tE YARD NOT THET PIN OM HIS ! TWENTY MINUTES V; OVERALLS T AGO. Gn.'cn Warns Solons rice WASHINGTON, June 6 MPi -- Lahnr IcnJi'r Wllllnm Green lolJ Conj;re.is lotlfty t h a t if pi'lce controls nrn scuUleil, wn);i sliiblllzn- tlon will also have In be nlmnilnn- eil. "If Ihc 'wm-hera' wnge.l.arc to be iTgulntcil," he said, "ho has every tight to expect . that the prlres of the fiwils he ha* tn huy at the iirorrry »lnu' w i l l lio i'fffi lively cuntrollcil," IF TMAT PIN IS M YOU'LL NOT SUE ' LO3T I'LL SUE (S ANYBCDV.MISTgO.'. v, ' ' MUD! WHAT IF ME 9 HE DOESN'T. ME WOULD LOSE IT? B.MUST BE FOUND IT'S_THE RIGHT fj?/!i vGrJu^ · y//l Maj GO'THATT ^o^-^» ·» y WAY ,,.,, 60 1 W%W^ ',Cr JB-. .*J 'Ti;. »T^ by Les Forgrave ETTA KETT W!.W^TMTM*°"*. ^··Pfe) ^

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