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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Thursday, June 7, 1951
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Thursday Evening, Juno 7, 1951 LAS CHUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE FIVt ; SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ABVEMISIXQ Bn!«cgMnt Churffe . . .Jfc [ter won AH classified ad* .must 1m in bj EO A.M. Muniluy through Frda; to insure publication In that ilny' Issue. Classified advertising fo Sunday's paper must be In by 1( A.M. Saturday morning. Cash must accompany order or nil (ilasslflert ndi except to ihoM having regular display odvertlsUij charge accounts. AH classified mlvcrtlslnjf rou»t be scheduled for a'dWHiMne period ohu day or more, and if orderrt nnrt set there will be no refund Ads mifat be scheduled a definite number of days .and no refunds will be made on classified advertising. Any claims for credit or additional insurUona of classified ids duo to errors occurring in advertisement most be made day following publishing of advertisement. PHONE S3 or 34 -1-- LEGAL NOTICES I.V THE DISTRICT COURT FOK DONA ANA COUNTY, NK\V MEXICO S. C. KILGORE and KATHERINE M. KILGORE, PlainUffH. ; vs. MRS. .1. 13. SUTHERLIN, HENRY .1. SI'ANGLBR and BPANGLKR, his wife, if living, if deceased, the unknown heirs Spanglcr, his wife, nnd the un- Itnown heirs of the following de- cetised persons: James L. Thompson, Lydia Thompson, his wife, Claude Thompson. Ida Thompson, his wife, and all unknown claimants of interest to the premises adverse to the Plaintiffs, Defendants. No. 11903 SUIT THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO, TO: Mrs. J. B. Sutherlin, Henry J. Spnngler and Spangler, his wife, if living, if deceased, the unknown heirs of Henry J. Spangler and Hpangler, his wife, and the unknown heirs of the following ileecuKcd persons: James L. Thompson. Lydia Thompson, his wife, Claude Thompson, Ida Thompson, his wife, ajid all unknown claimants of interest to the premises adverse to the plaintiffs: YOU, and each of you, arc hereby notified that S. C. Kilgore find Kathorine M. Kilgore, his wife, lave instituted suit against you in the above entitled court and cause, utiiei-phy tHcy seek to quiet title against you to the property ( e- scribed in the complaint, situated in the Northwest. Quarter (NW'4 ! of Section ?, Township 26 South, Range 3 East N. M. P. M., Dona Ana County, New Mexico, and that unless you enter your appearance in said cause on or before June 5, 1951, judgment will be entered against you in said cause fis prayed in the complaint. That the name of plaintiffs* at- orneys is Mechem Mechein, whose postofficc address is Box 09, jas Cruces, New Mexico. WITNESS, the Hon. W. T. Scoggin, Judge of the Third Judicin District of the State of New Mex- co, and the seal of said Court for Dona Ana County. Now Mexico, this 22nd day of May. J951. , Ceraldinc S. Mathisen (Seal) ' Clerk. By Valerie Adams, Deputy. Pub. Muy 2-1, 31, June 7. 14. 1951. 5-- SPECIAL NOTICE used. We repair all makes. STBVBNS FURNITURE CO. 216 N. Main. Phonfe 677. 1-tfn FORMER INSTRUCTOR WILL t'jach lad}' dancing in exchange for room. Write Box 5 f / c Sun- News. n3-3p-55 WHY BUY IN, EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. 1-tfn ALCOHOI5ICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 nnd 10 p. m. 1-tfn USED FURNITURE -- BOUGHT and nold. Furniture Exchange. 130 W. Los Cruces, Phone 2S2-R 1-tfn LET US SHAMPOO YOUR WOOL rugs and bring 1 them back to life. Mats with rugs vacuumed free. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Cruces Av. Phone 2S2-R. 44-tfn Are the flies and bugs bothering you? We have all kinds of hug stuff and fly dope, too-also have nil kinds of sprayers from -lac on up. fiet rid of your unwanted guests today the easy way with Insecticide nnd sprayers from FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store !S2-3c-5-l Say, we have those yellow insect ropellanl hulhs now. They hoop lots of the hugs awny at night. Just the thing for yiml nnd poroh lights. You can have your evening meal out in the ynnl without bugs for dessert. i'AKMEUS MARKET - Ph. ,113 . Ynur Checkrnlnli 1 Store 6-- SERVICES service. Call 0397-J3. Ifl HYDROTEX MATERIALS ARE the economical answer to your roofing problems. 115 South Ala- medfc 49-12c-60 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 7-- HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED WOOL PRESS- er. Cotheni cleaners. 43-tfn 10-- HELP WANTED Female WOMAN i.'OR GENERAL HOUSE work, to stay in. Ph. 010-J3; 52-tfn GIHI, FOR CLEANING IN store. Lester's Market, 12-16 W. Picacho. " 55-2c-55 11-- WORK WANTED How about some rope? Make the kids a swing -- tic up n calf -- horse or dog. We also have lariat ropu at a very reasonable cost. Might throw a rope in the trunk of your car, in case of emergency. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalu Store 55-3C-57 12-- FOR RENT 1 BEDROOM DUI'I.KX. CLOSti in, ail' cond., couple, 1203 N*. Main. 54-4p-57 FRONT BEDROOM FOR WOM- an, reasonable. Phone 823-W. D4-2p-55 FURNISHED APT. C O U P L E · only, ph. 0293J5. 5!-3p-56 FOUR ROOM APARTMENT IN Old Mesilla. Furnished, SiiO.OO per month, phone 343-W afte'r 6 p. m. 49-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces, ph. 732-lt. :-tfn CABIN FURN.'SHED, 720 Parker Rd. Ph. 422-W. 4ii-Un BUILDING. S U I T A B L E FOR small cafe or beauty shop. Rea estate, insurance, completely remodeled. Nice location, 2 doors N. Post Office, Mesilla Park. Jim Bell, Bull's Barber Shop, ph. 089-R5. Sl-lfn 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, AIR cooled. Slates Court. 51-tfn ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, 504 N. Atamnda. 51-Gc-Sfi AIR CONDITIONED, TWO BED- room home, furnished. Phone 084.I2. . C2-tfn ROOM FOR EMPLOYED MAN, 258 VI'. Uadley. 52~3p-54 MODERN, FURNISHED, A 1 R cooled cottage. Employed couple preferred, ph. 0283J3. 5.1-3p-55 2 ROOM COTTAGE, FUHNISH- 'ed, modern, shade and grass, ph. 229-W. ., 53-3p : 55 PATIO APARTMENTS. FUR- ishcd. one and two bedrooms, phone 099-J-2. . 55-12-p-GG FURNISHED APT. 410 W. LAS Cruces, ave. 55-tfn ins. Inquire 221 W. GriffRS or Las Cruces Hotel. fi5-:tp-57 FRONT BKUltOOM, I'HIV. PINT. · 25 N. Alameda. Bli-3p-57 2 iEDROOM, FURNISHED, APT. ·1251,4 N. Alameda. 05-3p-!7 X ROOM APT. FURNISHED, modern, air-cooled. 1S12 N. Main. 55-3C-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. . 1-tfn DELICIOUS CAI'ON FRYERS, Sl.OO and up on foot. $1.25 and up dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. 537- M. -12-tfn I1OOKCASE BUREAUS, TWO Bicycles, phone 02S1J4. r3-3p-55 PULLETS JUST BEGINNING TO ay. Also 25 laying liens, ph. 09S-R5. 53-4p-50 USED FRIGIDAIRE, G.!l CU. FT. cheap for quick sale. 017 W. Pi- cncho, phone 1020. 53-3p-55 11)50 MODEL WESTINGHOUSE Laundennat, large gas range. Also household f u r n i t u r e , call ri,ini-Rl. S3-Sp-57 USED MAYTAG WASHING MA- chlne, plione -H7-W, also three, rugs, good condition. ol-6p-56 TRAILER HOUSE. 4G MODKI, Msvstem, 905 Solona Diive. ' 54-5p-58 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR and other store furnishings, arge air conditioner, phnnp 099-.1-2. M-Op-GIi GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Ppfl Gpe Paints, all colors. Have Brickrete building block, red A buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mcsqllilc. Ph. 145G-.I. 29-tfn Junior High School Honor Roll For Last Six Weeks Released By Officials The final Las Cruces Junio high school lionor rolls covering the last six weeks of the secom semester were released today. SEVENTH GKADE Luther Alvarez, Charlotte Ann strong, Eloise Arnold, Ruby Jan Baca, Minerva Eancgas, EmiriE Benavidez, Robert Benavidez, Jer ( ry Benton, Becky Blain, Marilyr Burke, Nonna CJiavez, SnOy Cis neros, Eva Copeland, Judith Am Cornell, Reyrnimdo Costales, Kalh ryn Cox, Pal Crawford, Edwan Cuaron, Ellen Dunn, Patsy Dunn Marilyn En kins, Ann Eastley Marilyn Edwards,* Norma Lee Er ickson, Gordon Fleming, Ramo^ Garay, Errol Gilliland, Joyce Green, Ann Hanscn, Calvin Hog gard, Flora Holguin, E-mnin Hovcy Kent Jacobs, Jerry Johnston, Rnttj Jean Kaltcnbask, William Ken nedy. Auclean Ivirkpa trick, \\ illf Ann Laahs, Joe LaPoint, Charlonr Lassiter, Dclmira LpfJesma, Albert Leyendecker, Norms Long, Rulh eda McMahdn, Milton Mo thews Priscilla Meek, John Miller Lil yen Miller, Joy Montoyn, Mary Lou Munoz, Linda Ann Myers, Rohie Oliver, Maud Pan- lene'r. Joyce Parten, Martina, Rivera, Walter Roll. Edith Sheriff Lyn Small, Grace Smith.' Linda Smith, Peter Smith, Thomas Sowell, Danny Stevens, Joanne Strode. Barbar Taylor, Elisa Te les, Josephine Telles, Barbara Tyler, Barbara Ulmer, Albert Viescas, Molly Williams, Paul Windsor, Louise Witt. EIGHTH GRADE Bess Aderhold, Byruii Alexander, Ernest Alvarez, George Anderson, Alicia Apodaca, Catar na 15-- FOH SALE 1,000 G A L L O N , JOHNSTON pump, complete with gear drive, in stock. W. G. Jonas, dea cr, Dnming. N. Mex. Phone 7S3-J1 Deming. 55-3p-57 We have some good G-E electric funs for you people who can't use these evaporative coo - ei's. We also have a refrigerated air conditioner. These refrigerated -conditioners remove the moisture in the nir and coo the area. Just the- thing for sinus sufferers, people with arthritis nnd bronchial trouble. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 55-3C-57 16-- WANTED TO BUY HIGHEST PltlCEh PAJD FOR used pianos. Stevens Furniture Co. 316 N. Mali. Phone 677. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U P . N 1 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 Sale TWO BEDROOM HOME BY owner, phone 447-W. 51-6p-56 2 rooms and hath, with store room, 3 lots, ?2,800-.00. 5800 down, oal. $50 month. BUNCH'S REAL ESTATE Ph. 1530R . . 1401 E. Arizona 50-tfn IS--BUSINESS Opporiuniiy Belter get yourself a Comfort Tractor sprayer from Farmers Market today. It won't he long before the bugs will hart- Uie upper hand. If you spray now you can control your cotton pests. 'Comfort is the low cost multi-purpose sprayer. Use it for insect spraying -- weed spraying, slock spraying or spraying building's and equipment. Compare Comfort farm sprayers with any other sprayer disniou/its on any tractor by loosening just 2 bolts. You can't afford to be without a Comfort Sprayer. We deliver and also give those SA-Il Green Stamps with every purchase. K A I I M K R B MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 55-3c-57 19-- USED CARS For Sal* 1942 CHEVROLET COUPE, PH. 036-R or inquire at 315 S. Main, Apt. 3, - ' 50-6p-55 1 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph, 1016 i-tfn S-P-E-C-I-A-L The next 15 days, will fur- n sh License on all deals. Havo 19!ij Hiidsons in stock. Also Good used cars. Hudson Sales .Service GRYDEU MOTOR CO. Karl Youngmn, Manager 717 W. Organ Phone 712 Apodacn, Rebecca Apodaca, Thelma Apodacn., Alanuclii- Arenivax. Betty Ann Autrey, Sally j Baca, Josephine Balizan, Jeanie Hardens, Lcla Ann Bates, Robert a' Ann Bonney, Edna Mae, Eourguet, Lariette Bayer, Georgia Boy land, Fi-ancis Burke. Delfina Carrillo, Minnie Carrillo', Patricia Chapman, Kaih'- 1 ryn Conklin, Rose Cranfill, David) DuLavey, Susie Echols, Max Frcu- duntlml. Charlotte Germany, Kathleen Grcfc, Larry Gildea, Angolia Guthrie, Kay Hufstcdler. Freddie Johnson, Jimmy Lane, · Nell Loomls. ElsIcMurrfo. Rita Suo Mathis. Joe-Matlock, Rose Ann Mercial, Ninta Moore, William Prest, Dixie Kay Ruclter, Sally Rarabia, Barbara Smith t Gretchen Smith, Rosella Smith, · Larry Stump, William Tharjv Mary Ann Thomas. John Towne, Pennle Lou Vance, Gail Warden. Casi Willoughby, Winifred Wiseman, Kenneth Hill. · NINTH GRADE 1 Beatrice Apodaca, Cecilia Apodaca, Edward Apodaca, Henry A.p- odaca, Arlcnc Barncastle, 'Esther Ecnavklez, Edith Louise Bei the -' on, Richard Blank, Eailino Car-r bine, Bcrken Chang, James' Chirp-' pell, Lorraine Cochran. Bobby Mae Covey, Shirley Deavidson, Stefana Dclgado, Jimmy Dodson, Lois Duke,- Carl ton Evans, Isthel Fierro, William Fleming-. Hidncy Flt- cher, Patsy Fortenberry, Hilyc Jo Franco, Marie Gnrcia, Mary Oo- me7, Mary Louise Gryder, Evelyn GwHlt'ney, Uetly Hackler. Ncri Holguin. Freil Tlniris; Billy Hooten. Alida Lou Hunter. Roheit Jacobi. Juan Jaqucz, Richard Johnson, Eldvlne Kennedy. Rcxilyn Leughlin. Roy LJndsey. Donna Long, Connie Lou vitro, Kirby Sue MeMahan, Leo Madrid Jayne Merchant, L a u r a Ne 1 Moore, Martha Lou Morgan, Betty Nelson, Gerrie Noble, Mary Olivas. Pat Olivas;. Martha Penland, Alen Pierce, CelHi Rivcjra, Carolyn Romney, Magdalena Sanchez, Sall^ Sarabin, Gary Schlothauer. Angelita Sedillu, Rogers Sensing, Peggy Sloppy. Pattic Smith. Susan Hhotly. A n n Stevens. Joanne Stevens, Ivogene Stout. Betty Struhhar. Nancy Tashiro, Rrhccca, Tnylor. Virginia Tclles, Michael Thomas. Nerio Torres, Virigiriia. Tnijitlo. Catarina Villegas. Nelly Viscnrra. William Weir. Mary Louis *\Vhtt- nev. Rav Wtllinms, Betty .Willoughby, Joe Wilson, Jackie Wood, Marcin Wright. More Than 80 ' Killed In Crash -- A' jammed commuter train hit a stalled gasoline truck near here tod'ay and a spokesman for the railroad said at least. 80 persons - a n d perhaps as many as 100 -burned to death in flaming gaso- irie. ' Fifty other persons were hurt. . The spokesman for tile line -the. government's Railway Central . t o .Hrasil-- said the blazing gas sprayed the first passenger car as the engine hit Uie truck. . .Then the engineer, trying .frantically to halt his train,, stopped so tiuit the last car was in the middle of the burning wrcrkage of the truck. All the tienths occur- _ red in the first ;ind last cars. The t r a i n was eir route from Queimados to Rio. It hit the truck, carrying -1,500 gallons of gasoline, near" the town of Nova Iguassu at about '4:25 n. m. U. S. Casualties Tn- Korea Climb 925 WASHINGTON. June 7-r'-T) -Announced U. S. combat casualties in Korea climbed Tjy 925 last week tu a total of 08,352, the Defense Oe jartment announced. The total, based on notification to next of kin through June 1. included 10,198 lulled, .46,541 wound- . e( and 11,613 missing, ' "·'- 'On the Rocks' P ARRIVING at Latlnanlln '(icM. N! Y., from the west coaHl, crooner Frank Sinatra wouldn't atop to Talk with reporters, but a ph9tO};- raplicr caught him after he" gut into n car. He reportedly infill Memorial day on n beach w i t h Ava Gardner, nnd his wife.- Mrs, .Sinatra, reported their mai-rln|;f i "oi the rock.v" Klin said hi: u::ltcil, for hlfl'fivcdrmi ami t h a t Mir woukl tile a divorce milt. (InttnuitwnalJ HERE ARE THOSE SPOTS ON THE SUN City Police Make 301 Arrests, Courts ti THIS PHOTO of sun spots, which the .U. s. Bureau of Standards in Washington warns arc cause, of atmospheric disturbances, was made at the Roval Greenwich, England. _(lHternatlo)mlJ t The Las Cruces city police report for May showed a total of 301 arrests made from 416 calls. This total included 300 misdemeanor arrests and one criminal arrest. There was a tpUl of $1702 worth of fines a.ssesed and collected in court. Parking meter violations accounted for some $15-1.7fi collected in fines. The monthly repot t shows local authorities broke even nn stolen. f cars, having one reported stolen ' and recovering that one. The same was true of bicycles, with seven reported stolen and seven recovered. . . . . ' . ; Mileage of three poliro cars and one motorcycle showed t h a t tin: cars trvelcd 9,825 miles and the motorcycle traveling 7f;t miles for a total monthly mileage of 10.57S. There were 12 cases of petty theft reported and eight cases of break-in or burlary were reported, j Some police personnel turnover j State Chess Tourney Slated For SaniiFe The Xcw"·Meiffio"?filte chess tournament for 1951 will be held in Santa T*e at the La Posada Inn on. June 23 and 24* n i3i«re will be a meeting of the players at 9:30 a. m. Deadlin,e.,.fQi' en.U'L9s will be nt 10 a. m. First round will he- fiin at 10:3p._This wil)' be a six round Swiss system' tournament. R n t r y fee is S2. ; If further.inforniatjoiuis ilosired whit ft to: ' ' : "" ''"" John S. Can'drfarfoV's^retary of Santa' Pe ehpr rllib^ "'Snnta Fe, Nnw-Mb«tcor P.O. R(K-^58. When -ft-caaserplc-dish- is mado of cooked iHgreilicnts'it'needs to be put into the" oven' -""only long 'enough to heat it'through and to lightly brown the top. ». occurred with .inc-resignation of patrolman Hudson May,,. 31, 1951. MICKEYMOUSE ^ by WalJ Disne;|r A^=,N'T VOU j;=TT!.S:C3 A L;T7i-="5r ~O PLW \SiTH POLLS? i _ THE LONE RANGER by Fran Striker S"lf'YOu'oRANYONE') ; .r\VOULDYOU SHOOT METQ ICEP GREAT DAV! YOU SHOT THE LONE RANGER/ ELSE GOES AFTER JACKSON, MY HUSBAND WILL BE KILLED, MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Roijinsoi FATS.' WHY DID YOU K!T ME I 'Ji --JUST WHEN WE HAD EH LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY by Brandon Waist Sc'-^-'-J^? 7 . "".WHESAIC f---Ci_^ ~ '·**(!'/ TIME-- HE SAID f.'HAVE YOU GOOD MEWS ?V «t'\ COMES LlfllCANHIE-WE'LL . .DID TilE ATfOBWEY SAY / ^^sa3E±rS\ TALK LATECM: LAW WOULD LET U s - ' 1 K!W--,' ADOPT LITn.E"AMM(E? 1 Mr!/-,,.-\-WRETHET i \mr Ji ' ' 7 QHLY.ONE TMH kkk^^K. A I f Axinr'r 1 !- n f T i l '.'. ·· AGREES WITH ' ' by Lee Falk and Phil Davii BIG SISTER AND YOU'VE- M I WAS JUST TQViM VOU'YE SCARED., 1 ?-; LIKE- HIM, ME \\ONT LET YOU GET NEAR HIM fiUN HIM IfxiGSED TO GET NEAR WHY DONTTiOU HE WOULDN'T COM:, CALLTOTn'E r- MISTER, HE KNOWS to'^C! 1 * ETTA KETT by Les Forgrave . j u WE TO DO S»i ? -Tl-R HAS -i f«v)iH.a*IO.OurwB GOTTA 6'srTHA

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