Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 18, 1951 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
Issue Date:
Monday, June 18, 1951
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'. *M|.'( ..(it-TOTrr-.VHiri-. . .' · !'· The.:Mei(lla\y.iilley Radio club' will: ptrtMJMiU,";in..;.th«^National ··An;e?ij«n::,-.fUdiq .Relay'. League ·neU .Day, June;'23 r 24J .This 'activity .is 1 .a t*st of' emei-g'cncy-powcivd statldns'In the-field operating tin- 0*r..'conditions often approximating those, likely to be encountered In actual ^emergencies. ·.- . . adio Club to Enter Field Day June 23-24 : ...,.....,-,,. to ; Virgil -Banlen. chairman' of Field, bay,' "The AR IlL'IileW d*y assumes more importance than ever as a.demonstra- tion /of anlateur. radio ability .to provide communication in cmers- encles.'·'·'"'''''*·'·"',''·.' ·' - MARRIAGE v LICENSES Marriage licenses issued by the 'County Clerk's office for the sec- place to be announced later in thel ond.week in June are: week.-..- . · · - . . . . ., · -. :!.-. Juanita RKoBcs. 21,' to Roland | Thomas. 21. £oth of State College. Field SIli- There .will be five stations set | up at the Field Day site two and a half mile west and'one-half mile- south of Peterson Lumber Copi- pany, Mesilla Park.' The contest will begin* at 4 p. m. Saturday and end at 4 p. m. 24 hours of continuous operation. Visitors will he welcome nt both downtown and field sites. Officers of the Mesilla- Valley Radio club ore Hobert D. Ewing. Piano Pupils Are Honored At Party By Mrs/Berrier Mrs. Raymond Berrier compli- Maynea, Las Graces, to!mental her piano pupils with, a Reymundo Garcia, Dona Ana. party at her home in Mesilla Park Loretta Jordan. Las Crucos, to I Thursday afternoon. Ted Bonner, Siate College. Raymond Wells I Awarded Ribbon At Korean Airbasei - By direction of the Secretary of "A^ a time'when civil defense j 7 , · n t ; Rny Min ' clie '°. vice Air Force, T/Sgt. Raymond Wells " In': .which-'amateur '"' esiUcnt -' flni1 c - E - Slmpach, soc- relaT i'-"' cllsura '-. ijn.important part! ^re geUin^yintq/Jiig;)! ; 'gear:Field| . · ' ' ~ D»y JpHyUIe's-^'n "opportunity for! NeW Sin gill £ mjuss testing of emergency com- ^ , _P . niitnlc^t(on; facmtttfe. ,. : ·, 'This, year "the Mesilla Valley club .Is . happy tg accept messages . from;- the public to their friends, relatives,- and especially / to boys oversMS. · Thw messages accoril- Irfg.tO standard 'Federal Cormnuni- cations, rules and regulations are to-be sent free of .qharge" ·/The R:.adlo ciub will.gain points I j. · in the Field ·r^yjcorUeat' for liamil- '-- ing-: )hese'mess'ageiC' location of the., message center \\-ill be in downtown 'Las Crucus the exact .iSlnkiang province,, \yhich nominally belongs to China, is said to be farther from the sea than any otli- er cpiiritry/ 1 .''" *''"' ' ' " f ODD EVENING Pleauai Lisiening K Q B E ' MM On-Your Dial ...TONIGHT -- MON. Evening Buyers Culd.i Los' Cruces Funilture Calls · · ' . . . Mert's Record Adventures The Singing Marshall Mell Allen Club House UP News.- Fulton -LcwiS, Jr. Uf» Waltz UP News - . . -Snorts east' Bill 'Heniv'and-the Ncwi Kexall Rhythm 'Concert .Miniature 'Eddy: Arnold' '·· Bpx'l.'UAjan ladd) . Fajsttiff .Serenade. J -.-Love A .Mystery . · '4:00 . 1:W · : ·.;·;. . 3:00 . 3:30 q:55 f:00 .0:10 ; 'OrM ·.··i«- ...,,0:00 ' i -'flSta · .: .7,100 '·:"f:lf . -;-JAS'. ·'. T^O. i .;· 8:.flO v ·'*i^ ! ' *-/* /-.BjOO, . UP'.'Nws'. : - ·'S.-VS Mutual News'l -iSflp War Front, Home Front 1(T:06 '·- u;..P. News 10:XS ' Sif'ii Off ' '' TOMOBR.qV? -- TUES. ·v*.'*i; · · ' - . ! ' · ··' .' '/ ' ' '(i:00 · OT NeWs ; '. ' ' «-^pS -El'- Cp'rrido Mexicano ·7:80 RobVrt-Hlirleigh 7:15 ...'-TeH Vour-Ncighbor . : 7:30 -Morning- News · · .7:45 TriiJIngiPost ; SJW . Cecil. Brown ; 8:15 . Gather 'Round Kids . 8;30 Cedric. Foster · 8:45 -. 'Morning Buyers Guide 9^)0 - -Morning Devotional t:I5 Music of the Tropics 9:2.0 . - News . . ; 0;30 · Queen for n Day .aO:00 . Facts, and. Fun for.Every- · . '. one .. . . Stan^Loriiax ^ · Babbot News . Orders Song Books At Second Meeting The newly formed singing group of the Physical Scicnci-: laboratory ordered new song books for each member present when .-they met Friday night Iri the Veterans' Wives Clubroom. There were fourteen members present. As yet a name has not been selected for the organization. Or. George Gardner is offering a free song'book, to the member \vho selects the best title for the club. Mary Lou Kern, well-known to local radio listeners. t was welcomed. She brought an arrangement of "My Wonderful One" by Walter Bunyca, with copies for all present. The short business meeting was .succeeded by the "serving of soft. drinks and cookies supplied by La- Nell Davis and Anne Walters': The remainder of the evening was spent Kinging- favorite songs. Water will bofj ut its normal j freezing point of 32 degrees Fahrenheit if it is in a very high vacuum. Stars are believed to vary in size from about 3.000 times the size of the sun to about one-tenth its size. has been awarded a commendation ribbon. SgL Wells, son, of Mr. and .Mrs. !).;Dob Wells of Santa Fe. disting- J tii.shed himself through outstanding '.I nrhievement as a non-commissioned officer in charge of the Indigenous Personnel office at Kimpo Air, Korea from October 3 lo Jan. 3, 1951. Working under extremely cd- verKC conditions at. a time when the civilian populace was in a ,tate of confusion from recent military operations in that area. Syt. Wells organized a large voluntary wArkliijX force consisting of about 3000 So:ith Koreans. Without this working force, many of ihe large movements of personnel nnd equipment in and nut n/ Kimpo Air Ease, could not have" been accomplished. Sgt. Each pupil offered several selections and bingo.was played. .Mrs. Berrier was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Jess . Lytliclc, Mrs. Ray Lanltforcl, and Mrs. Fred Varenkamp. Pupils present were: .Dolores Frietze, Josle Belarde, Rosella Sanchez, Betty Nelson, Dolores Prcclado, Romella. Alvarez, Alice DiMatteo, Georgia Anne Boyland, - Arleen Hanson, Sylvia Lydick, Ovida Faye Lankford, Phyllis and Sharon Oman, Alicia and Vina Gamboa, Corinne, Vielma, and Judy Trunibo. . . The. girls received song flutes, as favors . and gifts for, effort and achievement were presented to Betty t Nelson, Romelia Alvnrez, Georgia Anne Boyland and Aliyo DiMatteo. COMING EVENTS Disabled Veterans will have an important meeting at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Legion hut. The new- chapter colors have arrived and will be used nt this meeting. Refreshments will be served, members are urged to attend. PARTY LINES Mr. and Mrs.' Preston Ma'ysc. and sons. Thomas tind James, of .Bethany. Okla.,. have ·returned home after visiting : Mr, Mayse's mother, Mrs. 'Guy Reed and Mr. Reed. Mr.s. P. M. Baldwin presented fcur of her piano pupils in a recital Sunday afternoon in her home. Parents and friends of the children attended. Those participating \vere Lup'e Tellez, Pricllla Barrio, Olgn Guerra. and Oscai Friclze. Cooper Flies To Atlantic City As ,Lions Candidate DRMINC, June.18 iff} "-- Postelle Cooper, cnndidate for Interna tional L,ions club director, left early todny in his own plane for [he annual Lions' Club convention which opens June 24 in Atlantic City. . Cooper, elected grant! high priest of the Royal Arch Masons of Nn\\ Mexico last month, has the uncle in# uf all Lions clubs in New Mexico District 40. Republican Women will meet. at 12:30 Thursday at Vonnle Lee's. Wells remained at the base u n t i l ' J . D. Weir will be guest speaker, the emergency evacuation on Jan- [ For reservations, interested per- Sandia Base Guard Is Shot, Killed ' ALBUQUERQUE. June IS W-- f A Sandia base military policeman j on guard duty in a ristricted area yesturday was accidentally shot and killed- by a fellow guard. . Charles L. Tinsley. 21. of . . . . 1,0:1510:10 K O B E Your Friendly Station W. J. LITTLE REALTOR R K A L ESTATE * LOANS First National, Hank BUg. 1'H. - 270 or 1305 . uory 3. By his display of versatilit iniativfi ami /If-votion to duty Wells has reflected great creti upon himself nnd the U. S. A Force. An oyster may clischbrge many as half million eggs in year. FOR Self Service . AND General Laundry TRY HIGHWAY 85 LAUNDRY Air. ami Mrs, Not;, Owners Phone 357-J _,H Los Angeles! Vacation center of Southern California Big city sights . i 7 fabulous Hollywood . . . pio ruresque mountains . . . delightful ocean beaches-you enjoy them all on your vacation in and around Los Angeles. And, remember! You go direct vis Santa Fe to this Southern California vacation tnecca. Ask your Santa Fc man for free- California booklet. OUi: Santa PC Ttc/t« Office. .IK Crm« Arc..-Lax Crue }. L. Dtlioney, A»c»t Good.,.with good food J sons are asked to call 291-J or 07. * Clint Smith, Jr. is now*in Pensacola, Fin., on n summer cruise in connection with the Navy ,ROTC Training program. He is ».junior j and upon graduation plans In cn- fit the University of New .Mexico Her the Navy. , . AlhuquWqu p'er chest by from the gui Markham. Jiolh were members of 8-)55th M i l i t a r y , Police Co. shot in the u p a .45 caliber bullet of Cpl. William K. AIRY STOLE FOR A SUMMER SHEATH--This New York dress of pink imported linen. briefly-sleeved. Is topped by a black organdy stole piped in pink. Pink and black flowers are. tucked in the narrow black patent belt. (N. Y. Dress Institute Photo) Marilyn Sue Wiegel Becomes Bride Of r {imball S. Wallis Mr, and Airs. Joseph F. Vviugei if Las Cruces, arc announcing 1 the narriuge of their daughtt-r, Man yn Sue, to Kiniball Allen Wallis, m of Mr.- and' Mrs. Delbert E .Vallis of Las Cruces, in Washing- on, D 1 . C-, June 9th. The ceremony was held in the ji t Baptist church with close Deadline Nears For ' i-H Club Members ; ; : To Enter-Gilt Coniesl Any 4-H Club member in goori tiim!i:ig may compete for n repis- ered Dnroc gill by contacting. Bounty AgeiH Grant Ha 17)01* or J. V. Lnra of Mesquite. Lara hfis six registered gilts he 'islies to sjivc to qualified -(-H club members. The conditions of thin gilt arc Lhat the -l-H club members must properly c a r e - f o r UuvglU. breed :ier to 'a registered boar, anil ro- turn two Weaning pigs from the 'irst litter to Lara, whu will again place these' witli other -1-H chili members. · - · The pigs returned may be of either sex. . · , Any member inlcrostedj n getting' started in n swine pro- pct shoukl contact r i l h o r the Bounty Agent or J. A. Ljirn o f j Mcsqnilp. New Mexico, before Wed-, hbsday, June 20. friends and relatives of the grooiit^- attending-. . ·;. . The bride'gratluated from Union High school this year. The groom attended State College last yJBftr; 'and is now .enrolled at Gcorg~e Washington University-as u'-pi'eC. medical student. ' Insure azigTBe Sure " of ilbS's 'PROTECTION 'Auto - Fire - Polio' :: LIABILITY Be sure and insure with · ' B H r C h i l t n n : *~ General Insurance Asenl ,' CHILTON LOAN . . -....INSURANCE.CO. .-.,-. 123 No. Church St. LAS CRUCES LIQUORS The Store ot Good Spirits ruxcn HOWL, curs AM GLASSES FOK WEDDINGS Vour Family Package Store 334 S. MAIN The man -who action through'his news'discoveries' · . S ... - - . : FULTON LEWIS, JR. '' your Wathlnfto* .,: , ' . . , * i » i J ' M i t i i t J t ' {***'· (wrretpondtMt TONIGHT 6:15 KOBE And Every Nighi ·MondaV'Tiiru Friday ''"* iIutu2"r- : Uroa(lrJistInj;' Systaqi FROM 0 TO 60 IN 23 SECONDS! 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