Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 17, 1951 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN LA's-CROCEB.'iN. M.) SUN-NEWS Sunday Morning, Junt 17, 19S1 R E D U C E D T O C L E A R WOMEN'S SPRING DRESSES Q.CO 7 8 .00 .00 LOOK AT THIS ONE! RAYON PRINT D R E S S E S . 2 FQi $5.00 N E W W A S H D R E S S E S SAVE MONDAY at P E N N E Y ' S I NEW LOW PRICE! Pcnncy's own first q u a l i t y Gaymode" Beautiful 51 gauge 15 denier sheers · PERFECT-eviry i«pm, ititch, U n g t h l · FLATTERING --10 misty-ih*ar on your Icgi! · YOUR RIGHT SIZE-graduated Itngthf by ilicil · Sim 8'-, to II . . . h'l · lt»W (flw |K*« U v . l ) N O.T I C E ! COTTON FARMERS! COTTON SACKS At Last Year Prices! 'ISl^'SIl ·'·RAYON KNIT · · - SLIPS '· 1.00 Smartest cooloil Idem for Summort Euy-wiihlnj, no Ironing, nmoolh-flillngl All th* good f»lur*« you wupt In n dip. Da'.nty Uc« lume, 'elulle'wdiii' Whltp, pink, blue... or., mnli*.. Medium. Urge. 7Hi. 9 it. . 101 il. 12(1. 1.98 2.29 2.79 3.19 BUY ON LAY-AWAY 'TILL YOU NEED THEM. SAVEI SAVE! MATCHED SETS! SAVE! Smashing low price! First quality matched sols built for boiler f i t , extra wear. Sanforized' Iwill in gray or Ian. . Shirts, 14-17 Pants, 29-42 2.79 3.29 "Shrinkage will not exceed I'.f YOUNGSTERS' ' BOXER JEANS, 1.49 No button bolhorl Thai all- around olast'.*: waist makes dressing so easy! Sanior- IzccT 8 01. donlm Joans built to lako plonty of woar. Deop pockola, strong stitching. 2 to 8. . S P E C I A L ' ! ' 80 SQUARE PERCALE Now Summer pnllnrns. 37cyd. Twice Ufe-Size Wild Bill Hickock Bust Is Created DBADWOOD. S. D~-Thc fabulous character' of " Jamwi Hutler (Wilil Bill) Hickok WHS made famous by pulp magazine writers after -the turn of the cerituryv " Now he's a subject, of art. A twice life-sized blist'Of the famed frontier marshal has been hewn from a two- ton block of rugged Black Hill granite. It is the work of Knrczak /iolkowalti, determined sculptor of' mountain-sized Crazy Horse Indian Memorial near Custer, S. D. The stone for Wild Bill's bust came from' Crazy Horse Mountain. II was 75 years ago next August t h a t Wild Bill "cashed" in his chips" in Saloon No. 10 at Deadwood. He was shot in the hack of the head by a glory-seeking nonentity named Jack McCa.ll. Since then souvenir seekers have continued Inking chips from . Wild Bill. Three sandstone stat- ! utes of Hickok have been erected. [ All have boon literally chipped away by ton Hats.' Ziolkowski isn't worried about what vandals 'can do to his work. "I'm willing to leave a hanlmcr beside the carving," lie said. He wore out 648 bltn cawing"' a half ton of granite off the block, to shape Wild Bill's face. He used » photograph of the noted gun-fighter, wearing a fur' headgear, .IK a model. The picture was .obtained from the Smithsonian Institute. Besides, Wild Hill's new carving will be ,on a pedestal above re«rh of souvenir hunters. ]t will be unveiled June 31. the 75th anniversary of this day when Wild fiill arrived at the boisterous gold camp in 187(i. It will be erected at 'the site where thu marshal camped the six weeks.Jic stayed in Deadwood. George Hunter, a businessman, donated the'stalue to the city. Cora 1 en n form only i n wa t P at least 70 degrees warm. LASCRUCES BLUE SOX vs. WHITE SANDS ROCKETS ADMISSION: Adults 50c . Kids 25c P L E N T Y O F S H A D E C O M E O U T T H I S A F T E R N O O N SUPPORT YOUR HOMETOWN TEAM " TREAT~DAD TO THE BALL aAME"ON~FAf HER'S'DAY Duicli's newest engine -/Acl'-263 Vir flail - (ii'et this .rear's Srr.ciM. the kisliest tiowcr in SfEClAl. history Remember-only BUICK has a FIREBALL ENGINE W E get n chuckle, sometimes, over n i l the fuss that's being made about "new engines." You'll note that the key feature o{ their design in every case is the valvc-in-hend principle -- whether these engines are already in production or still in the dream stage. - . . . Fact is, it takes this design to get the most from "high compression"--and how high you can go depends upon the available fuel. Using this design, war- lime uirprnft engines operated on 100 octane gasoline. It nlsp.,t ukcs this design to get the niorc-miles-pcr-gallon which foil*; like in an automobile.. So what giycs'us a chuckle is this: INo other type o,f engine lias ever been Used in a Buick -- w h i c h means that Buick ownci\svall along, have been getting a lot of things that others have just "discovered." When you come to check the Reid you'll find inat there's n swoet freedom from roughness lo Ihis engine's operation--'racing lo the fact that the whole mechanitm itsolf is engineered smooth, and tho further fact that every Fireball Engine gels a Micrapoiie balancing offer assembly. * * * But that's not all. They get something more -- vastly more -- because today's Fireball Engine has one standout feature found in no other automobile. That name "Fireball" isn't just n trick word. It describes what happens inside this engine. Inrusbing fuel rolls into a swii'ling hall of jjnsolinc vnpor compacted around the spark plug. And when the fat spark sets it off, a cyclona of power lets go. : CJf course, a Fireball Engine, being a v a l v e - i n - h e a d , keeps pace w i t h high-test fuel, when it comes to "high j compression." : j But what's more important in the ; present state of the world is this: A \ Fireball Engine is designed to handle ; the nol-so-high-test fuel we may be get' 1 ling in the nol-too-distant fntftre. So, if you want to sample all that's fine ] in motorcar engines, your Buick dealer ; is the man to sec. Come in soon, and find out what the rest of the world has been missing. /.Viiiiimrnf, atrruvriti. trim and nwtl«U ·« tutjttl It ek»*9* wilAwt Mlift. 'Smart Buys Buick" WHEN BEm« AUrOMOIIlCS A B E lUlir «U/CK W/U tUltD THfM CULLOM BUICK COMPANY, INC. 315 S. MAIN ' PHONE 1016

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