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Wednesday Evening, June .13, 1051 ·', LAS CROCKS (N. M.) SUN-NEWS , PAGE FIVF, : SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Mtaimum Charge . . . . . . . . . . ,.9 Flrit Time . . . . . . . . . . ,4c per word ht Charge . . .Sc per wort All rlissified ads must be in by 1* 'AJMt. Monday through FrhUy to Insure publication In that uny'i Ititue. Classified advertlHiitg for Sunday'* paper must bo In by It A.AI. Saturday morning. Cash miut accompany order on ·ti classified adi except to thote having- regular display ndvertUlnf charge accounts.: · . - : . - , . All ' classified 'mdVerlifilnf ' mut be~ scheduled for_ a d«Ullih« period, one day; or raore, ; thd U orJcrM iKJ^set there will be no ·'.·cfund. Ada i vimwt be acheduled a definite nnntbor of d«yn and ;.np : refund! will 'be .made' on viasatfled idver- '·' ' . . . ,, Any claim* for credit or : w]dl- tlniial 'Insertions .of classified edi ' diie to crrorii .occurring In »dver- ; thwmcnt must be .'mad« daj^fol- ! · publishing -. of JmdvertUe- I " ' ' * or 84 NOTICES^"-' : ; .-i' .CALLFOR'BIDS . : 'iJNotic'e -is hereby "given '.that -the City of Las Cilices,- New. ; :Mexico will accept Sealed Bids .on* the fol- V)wing: 2 Deep Well Turbine Pumps Complete with column and Shaft, Power Unit. .. Specifications covering the-ahove are pn file in the office of the City Clerk at the Las Crucea City Hall. The' bid of the lowest responsible bidder which meets with the specifications required will be accepted. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject all Ijids which do. not meet specifications. All bids must be filed with the City Clerk on or before 10:00 A.M. Saturday z;t June 51, at which time the bids will he publicly 'opened and read aloud. * R A Y M O N D E. HOWELJj CITY CLERK Pub:. 0-13 20 June 51 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF DONA AXA COUNTY' NEW ^lEXICO Elena Chavez Ybarra. Plaintiff, vs. Ben Yharra, Defendant. NO. 1195.1 NOTICE OF SUIT TO: Ben Ybiirra You arc hereby notified that a BUit has been filed against you in the said .court and county by the above named plaintiff in which the saitl plaintiff pi-ays for an absolute divorce on grounds of incompatibility, and you are further n tified that unless you enter or cause to- be entered your appearance in this cause on or before the 20th day of July 1051, judge- ment will be rendered in said cause against you by default and the relief prayed for will he granted.. .The nnine of plaintiff's attorney is W. B. Dai-den, whose address is 137 West Griggs, Las Crucea, New Mexico. 1 Gcrnldtne S. Mathisen . . Clerk, District Court (REAL) Pub: June. 6-13-20-27. 1951. 5--SPECIAL NOTICE LET.us SHAMPOO YOUR WOOL ruf» and bring' them -back to life. Mats with rugs vacuumed - free. Furniture ; Exchange, 130 W. Las' Crucea Av. 'Phone 282-R. .\LCOHOi5ICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and 10 p. m. l-tfn Aren't you glnd you live in Las Ci-uces and ; don't have to travel clear to" New York City for rock bottom prices. Farmel's Market has really slashed prices -- especially oh-G-E Refrigerators. We mean 'business ---we are going to cut our inventory .on G-E Refrigerators If we have to give them away, so if you really need a refrigerator now is the time to - buy. We will sell on terms too--so come see us. There is no shortage of refrigerators but never again will you be able t o ' b u y G-E Refrigerators nt cost and some bfilow cost. Ijook at this bargain, G-E Refrigerator, model "No. NF8G DeLiixe, reg. : price 5329.95, now only $259.95, Save $70.00. We · also give" SH Green Stamps with every purchase. See the real of merchandise too, for bargains. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Chcckcudalc Store 59-Sc-Gl 12--FOR RENT FURN. - APTS. FOR COUPLES. 600 S.. Main, ?65 mo. Bills paid, tel. 898-M after five. ' 57-6p-62 FURNISHED, AIR COND. CABIN for couple, ph. 151 or 393-J. 57-tfn 3 ROOM .FURNISHED 'APT., modern; Mesilla Park, Ph. 039- -R5. 57-tfn ROOM FOR EMPLOYED MAN, 258 W. Hadley. " 57 ; 4p-GO 4 ROOM APT.,. K U K N I R H E D , modern. Inquire'SIS N. Mesquite. 57-Bp-62 SPECIAL BARGAINS -- KITCII- en utensils at half pi-ice. Bed room suites cui 33 1/3#. Similar bargains on all new furniture and appliances during month of June: Furniture Kx- change, 130 W. Las Cnices Ave. Phone 282-R. 59-14c-June 27 6--SERVICES HYDROTRX MATERIALS ARE the economical answer to yoUr roofing problems. 115 South Ala' mcda. 49-12c-60 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn IX THE PROBATE COURT OF DONA AXA COUNTY, NEW .MEXICO In the Mailer of Uic Lasl Will-and Testamenl of Frankie E. Talhotl. Deceased ) No. 1770 N O T I C E 1 ' TO: Georgetla E. Rcinecke, Gail Rcinccke, Dorolhy Jane Hoagland, Helen Louise Hoagland, Mary Jane Hoagland and Georgetta Hoagland. and all unknown heirs of said decedent, and all unknown persons claiming any lien upon, or righl, title or-interest in or to the estate of 'said decedent: YOU, and each of you, hereby are notified thai at 10:00 o'clock A. M. oii Ihe 27th day of July. 1951, a t ' t h e Probate Court Hbom in Las Cnices, New 'Mexico, the Court-will proceed to hear and 'determine the. final report of Gcorg- etta'.E. Reinecke, executrix, and any objections 'thc-reto, and . will proceed to hear and determine the hoirsliip of snid decedent, and ownership of said estate. Ihe in- lefesl of each-rcspcclive clnimanl therein and thereto, and the per; sons enlitled to distribution, thereof.. ' ' . Yon arc' further notified that Mcchem S.- ircchcm,' Box en. Los Crucea, New Mexico, arc attorneys for the executrix. .Witness the Honorable Mabel B, Clmvez, Judge 'Of the Probate court for Donn Ana County, New Mexico, nnd the seal of said court, this 12tb, day of June, 11)51. . B. G. Chavez · · · ' ' Probate Clerk By Constance Palmer Deputy '(SEAL)' Puli: June .13-20.27, July 3, 1851 S^LOST ANPQUND LOST, LADY'S GOLD KING, SET with opals and 2 diamonds. Reward, Mrs. Meyer Davison, 512 W. Griggs. · 58-30-61 Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES . 18-TFN HOUSE -FOK RENT. INQUIRE 518 E. Griggs. , 59-3p-61 FOUR ROOM APARTMENT IN Old Mesllla. Furnished, $50.00 per. month, phone 34?.-W after 0 p. m. 49-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 125 West Las Cruces, ph. 732-R. 1-lfn CABIN FURN.'.SHED. 720 Parker Rd. Ph. 422-W. 45-tfn 2 R O O M APT. FURNISHED, AIR cooled, Slates Court. 51-lfn PATIO APAKTMBNTS, FUH- ished, one and Iwo bedrooms, phone Oa9-J-2. . 55-12-p-UG BEDROOM 311 S. MIRANDA. PH. 645.-M. 08-Sp-CO 3 ROOM. 'SHARE KITCHEN, FOR couple, ph. 0111-JI. 58-Op-6,1 Don't let the aun ruin your flower and vegetable garden-sprinkle it regularly - - get a Rood garden hose and sprinkler from your Clleckerdale Store today. We have all kinds at the prices you want to pay. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 15--FOR SALE YOUNG SOW,' GEESE, -DUCKS, turkeys, horse and mare^gentlc, very reasonable. Tommy's ' Station, .N. Main. · 59-3p-6I ATTENTION CONTRACTORS; Rex 7S concrete mixer, runs _good. call 0382-KB. 50-3p-61 THREE USED 7.60x15 TIRES,' four new.. tubes $15 set or all for J40, 111 East Gallagher. 60-3p-02 IB--WANTED TO BUY HIGHKST PRICES PAID- FOR uaed pianos. Steveoa Furniture Co. 318 N. Mtln. Phone 677^., · l-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy,.anything of value. Phone B31-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 824 W. Plctcho; l-tfn 17--REAL ESTATE For Sal» This Is Not Just a ' House For Sale-IT'S A HOME! Sturdy built, 7 rooms, 8 blocks College. N a t u r a l , gas. . 56,500. Terms. : BUNCH'S REALESTATE' Ph. 1530-R 58-30-60 18--BUSINESS Opportunity 3 BEDROOM HOUSE, PARTLY furnished, ph. 1033-W. 59-4p-02 3 BEDROOM HOME. UNFUR- nished. y 2 block of Almeda, El Molina, S90 mo. Call Howard Jones, 0290-R1. 59-3|-61 MODERN, NEW, ATTRATIVE, 4 room apt. Tile ball], conveniently located, bills paid, laundry facilities. Couples only. Cul- loins Apts. 315 S. Main. 59-tfn T\VO THREE ROOM.FURNISII- ed apts. ulililies paid. Cnuples only. Phone 240:M -or 1S.11-FI. fi8 -.IP-GO FIVE ROOM, MODERN, FUR- nished apt. 3 miles south of Mesilla on "Highway 28. Phone _ PHILBRICK APTS. 3 ROOMS, tub bath, air cooled. 409 S. Church. 58-3p-60 ROOM FOR GENTLEMAN, 50J N.' Alameda. · · · . · : · . * ! 58-8c-63 Trenching, done with mechanical ditcher. , Ideal for fo.oUngs, sewer lines, etc. 12 to 18 iuch wide, up ;to 42 in. deep $1 75 per cu yd. Minimum charge $15.00. ATLAS LUMBER'CO: ' Phone 900 l-su-w-lfn 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 Why not have a lawn party with Ice Cream and Cake ? We have some nice ice cream freezers now. You know home made ice cream is easy and cheap to make. Every one likes Tee Cream. Better gel a . freezer from Farmers MarWet today. Phone 333 Your .Ch'eckerdale Store UNFURNISHED 4 ROOM APT. Air conditioned, close "in. Phone 012-R3 01' Mr. Plait ;at Safeway. .' · · ''": r,0-3p-02 15--FOR SALE GOOD USED TIRES. SHOOK Tire Coi ' l-tfn SEAT COVER B A K G A I N 8 Shook Tiro Co. l-tfn DELICIOUS CAPON . FRYERS, $1.00 and up on foot. $1.25 and . up- dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. 537- M. - ·· 42-tfn CLOTH COVERED· BUTTONS and buckles; made from your material. Pearl snaps' and Binds placed on shirts and , blolls«s. Quick Service Cleaners'. · 131 North Water 1-M-W-Fri-tfn 8--HELP WANTED MALE ' Keep' the kids ,quiet, happy and oul'of mischief-wilh one of our Plastic Wading Pools. They don't use much waler and Ihe kids have lots of f u n . They arc cnsy to inflate -- no rigid parts -^-. can be -stored indefinitely- when .not in use. The. kids will.be cool, healthy and off. the street out of danger. FARMKRS MARKET.- Ph. M3 Your Chfickcrdalt; Store HO-Hc-62 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, moderate price, Pee Gee Painta, all colors. Have Brickretc building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid MesqUite. Ph. 1456-J. 23-tfn 4 HP. SCOTT 'ATWATER. SHIFT motor and plywood boat. Motor weighs 45 Ibs.; boat weighs 95 IDS. Both purchased new last year and used less lhan 30 hours. Will sell'for ?-175. Furniture Exchange, 130 W. Las Crucea Ave. Phone 282-R. 5fl-!ic-G3 'You.know it' is a rough job cooking meals every day. iWhy- not help the little woman' out by gelling her an eleclric roaster so she.can have'whole'meals cooked at one time ? We have Ncsco and 'General -Electric roasters. , FARMERS MARKET -Ph. 333 ·'.Your Checkerdale Store · . : · , - - ' 09-3C-G1' COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR and olhcr store' furnishings, large air conditioner, phohe 099 : J-2. ' ; 55-Gp-60 10--HELP WANTED Fannie CANDY GIRL AND RELIEF cashier over sixteen, Mission Theater. 59-2c-60 .1 'HEAVY DUTY HYDRAULIC dumps. 1178 N! Mesquite, pli. 1536-W. . . - .r8 : Gp'-B.i BABY- 'HBD; TBBTBR BATiE; buggy; stluoler and play- pen. Like new. 41fi VVenl Las Crucea Ave.' 58-lfn 5-SPEC1AL NOTICE SKWNG MACHINES, NEW AND used. We repair all makei. . STEVENS -FURmTURB .CO. . ai8 N. M»!n. Phone 677. l-tfn WHY BUI' IN EL PASO WHEN vou can do better at Rtevcni Furniture Co. l-t(n USED iFUliNITURE-- HOUflHT nnd ixjld. Furniture .Exchango, · -J30 W. Las Cruces, Phone 882-H. l-tfn Now's the time to Sc'utl your lawn and get rid of. your crabgrass. June and July are the best monlhs lo eliminate ' this unwanted grass. Scott's Scut] was written up in Reader's Digest last year as the best method of getting rid of crab-grass. It took over 25 years of research to perfect this product but now you can have a beautiful lawn free of crub«gr»ss by u.nlng Scull from FARMERS MARKET - Ph. .'133 Your Checkerdale Store 50-,1c-62 OR -TRADE, 1041 FORD DUMP truck with new motor. Inquire Tommy's Service Station. . N. Main. . 59-3p-6l TWO BKDROOM HOUSE, CON- tact J. L. Harri.ion back of Berkley Drug, Mcsilla Park. 58-6p|63 NEW AND USED'SEWIXG MA- cidnes, covered buttons, buckles, bells, sewing supplies. Machines for renl. Embrees, 432 N. Church. Phone 85!i-W. 59-2C-GO 11--WORK WANTED WlLl, KEKi- CHILDREN 4 TO j 10 years. Days. 1217 W. McWe. 1'h. OU-W. 08-Op-Ol ' USED DOODLE-QUO MO-TOR ' scooter, In good condition $60 W. li. Smith, 1102 HInton'. Phone 1413-M.. __ .10-2p-00 GAS RANGE, LIK E NEW, CAN iw seen at Mission Gulf 'Sot- 1 vice south Highway 80 ' 85 I Las Cruces. Phone l.in-R. | j OU23|)-(I2 I FOR SALE Well located .second hand business. Sell at inventory or would consider working partnership. HIGHWAY REALTY ., Ph. 1403 59-3C-61' Kill Ants The Proven Wny-.- Usc Grant's Ant Control. Use. in the house or in the gai'dcn. One set of 12 Grant's Ant Controls spaced around the average live- room home is sufficient to com- plctel3' safe guard your 'home against sweet- and meat-eating ants. No messy powder or liquid. No spraying--ready Lo use --Just place them where ever you are bothered with ants. Guaranteed for six months. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdale Store 00-3C-62 19--USED CAHS For Sa]« 1939 OLDS. 8, BARGAIN. ALSO 2-wheol trailer, larpc, 4 ft. sideboards. Inquire at 1308 E. Arizona. . 59-3p-61 1948, 4 DOOR .SEDAN, TWO tone green; white side wall tires. Will, take small car in Irade. One owner, 304 South Mcicndres. 01-3p-62 1037 Ford 2-Door $ 150.00 1948 Ply. Cl. Cpe., R-H S99.50 1938 Pontiae 2-Door! 105.00 1941 Buick 4-Dr., R-H . 495.00 1930 Pontiafi 2-Door,.. 85.00 1USO Dodge Pickup ... 1095.00 194G Dodge P.ickup .. 695.00 1949 Ford 2-Dr. V-8 Custom, .Royal Master tires, overdrive, ra-. dlo -and heater .. 1375.00 1918 Olds 7Sf 2-Door, R H, 1 owner 1195.00 ROMNEY MOT OK CO: 40} S. Alameda Phone 244 60-3C:G2 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces .at . . ' . ; . CULLOM BUICK'CO. ' 315 S. Main ' Ph. 1016 ' . " " ' , . : ' ' " l-tfn 1940 FORD DELUXE COUPE A-l condition throughout. You will, have to see this car lo ap- preciale it. Private owner going overseas. · , · ' · PHONE 0119R2 59-tfn MUST SELL, 1048 TUDOR irUlCK pynrtflow -- radio and healer, '.while .side walla, 'privale. owner. Sec at 44 E. Griggs. Ph. 302-R. .' · · · · · · - 59-3p-'61 21--INSTRUCTION Don't ruin those high priced rMgtj of yours with an obsolete cleaner or an old broom. We have .some swell Q-E Cleaners, both upright ami tank type, with or with out. attachments. We have a G.-E cleaner with all the attachment 1 * for only $44.95. Come see it. 'Take it home and try il mil. FARMF.RS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your'Chcckordale Sloi'ft 59-3C-01 frigeiator. Call 0381-.ll · n f t e r | fj'- p. 'lii. · 60-3p-62 IlKDS 1 SUSI'KCT CIIAKITV HONG KONO --OTi'-- You can r ind "lniperlali.it plots" anywhere in Communist China these days. A Cnmmunlfit news agency any.i tliv. New York Society for Aid lo China's Blind offered $24,000 to the schnol for blind in Changh.il. The offer wa:t tllrnrd dnwn, Ihe agenry adds, hocailfie infmbcta of the Chincne i;oclety had ".icon through this Impcrlullijlic plot", JETS-EMPTY GAS IN CARRIER-LANDING OFF KOREA · ' · " NAVY PANTHER JETS are photographed at the vital moment of making a pas.5 at the U.S.S, Prhtce- fonj-as'lhey con:o in for n dej-k lauding after a flight against th'e Hods in Korea. The two f-S-F's shot into . vamc'ra range of o third }H just cs they emptied gasoline from winfi*.lip tanks for safely.' Those speedy planra lire'Credited v, : lth helping to turn the current Keel offensive. (U.S, DC/L-TISC Oept. Photo from Jwenintioi'iaij NK\V ISRAEL SKTTIiKUS --lift-- A latest new arrivals in Israel'who want to stay here for good, are some .'200 .Jews from Cochin 'on CIIS.." LLhe Malabar cons: or -southwest iniong the I'uila- ' : Now they are learning Hebrew Another oh.ingc: in Cochin they The Cochin Jews speak Malfiyan werft mostly town people. Here they bu.L the more educated among them Uvanl to .srUle on the land. Some ' . have'tgood. Icnuwlcdge of English. -already linvc done .so. COST OF RED TKKHOR SINGAPORE --(/P)-- buses ""loUicr -rn«or vehietw-snd factories, .caused., property: losses in Singapore in 3950 esUniatiJU'.at $3.100.422 ' ' ' :: ' The burning, of thu'Aik Hoe rnb- ber factory In July, '1950,' abcouht- eil' for moat of the loss.- Eighteen persons lost their lives in fires and explosions -caused" by the terrorists. Singapore police huve" been "grivjjn orders to 'shoot "nYftohlats t on°S|n\. - " MEYER DAVISON Plumbing Heatinc/^Co; -- Contractors --"··»'« · Installation* · lie pairs ·* Supptlm ' Phone 347 514 W. Grlggs Las-Crucea ·- MICKEY MOUSE B'JTTHAT'S YOUZ j ( TOO BAP! US .UMCL-E *-£: IMPORTANT T!.w,v\v...Hg CA.\\= AACTOKS GOTTA "TWO THOU5ANP MILES j BS ABLE TO -JUST TO SAV "iJELLOV CONCSNTCATS TO VOU....I COA\E 6OOFVS GOTTA \'l HEfJE, BE TAUGHT A fZ*' (SEEZEE HE SET! 'H£'S''\VA'-;lN' A\E ME LESSON I j-J.yy.-^Tj'.SUEl.'j t^-V-AN-- J *°^ s "t % ^CT5to- THE LONE RANGER by Fran Striker CAHTER,DON'T LOOK FOR HELP FROM THE LOME RWGER. IF HE COMES ALON MYC.eAIUHEWIU.SOroSHTINTO AUEATHTRAR AND HE3 SURE TO COME ALONG TIE BOSS'S TRWL! MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Rohinsoi ·5Ay--raOAY's MYBWTHOAY. 1 1 AU10S1 FORSOT,' .THAT CALLS FOR A LITTLE CELCBRATION. THAT'LL BREAK THE MONOTONY. --A'SHOW, ANDTHEN SUPPER- TONIGHT? OH.MANORAKE, ! CAN'T. I HAVE A MEETING. WAS IT ANYTHING SPFCIAL TOMIHT; et--No-NOTniua or COURSE. SPECIAL, NARDA. (1 SORRY ABOUT SEC VOU r---- 1 "--i TONIGHT. TOMORROW. I . | GOOD-BYE. I THOUGHT NARDA WOULD REMEMBER THAT TODAY'S MY BIRTHDAY. OH,WELL--i'LL-RY SOMEBODY EL5L'-- LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY ? YOU OOIPA 5V? I.OOI"AN'bNIFP y"-WANNA KETCH A LITllI; REAL HitZD, 2c?C- - C.'.uiE MAYBE' { MOUSE-TllEV DOKT MAKE THATV/IIP,'hl..':'"W TIGER WILL tef, ANY MOISE AT'ALL i'COViE BACK A.J'TK ,'TQ tfETC by Brandon Waist THEY /USr CUHE CREEPl M' \ f MR, 61CWERIMG IIA5 A CPE AT, BIG £UN] UP; WALklN'SOrT/.N'SLOWN ALLIOAQED WITH BULLETS. UiGilr ML-'AR SO YOU KIM IIATOLYIIEAHkM.) MIS BED DUrHES AN AWFU' 50UIIP. i KEEPON ^SLECPtR-SOWEGOriABEHEADy,. BIG SISTER by Lee Falk and Phil DaVil GOME,COSJNIEi6IVEUS THAT'S IT. 1 THE PIN YOU'RE p--^J TAKE IT WEARINS. ir==V -/*S? AWAYFCOM ETTA KETT I'M trrAtCErr.') ·l/ABC 1 urwuii.PL-w=r--\X . - ·· ^ VVHCE X 'OU r ' j~/V'f'ftS SOCRS.'ALL ^-7 0AD LUCK-/ p.\(3iwGME-J /*, puiGHrs HAVE tJBew )( iviaRa.'.T ss .. ' · :»^ '_/ / · i x* A M/-(?I i cr\ J.'.»i; .--^ I 1 iint\r- r HP AM. =/iMta 5u%i

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