Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 19, 1951 · Page 6
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, June 19, 1951
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T · PAGE:six; . · LAS CH0CES (H.-M.) TiMttUr ETenlwj, Jun» 19, ', News Furnitures, Myers Win In Adult league; Burns, Rives Down Rivals ",-.L;iH Cnici'fi Furniture and My- ·nrs f'ont}iiin.v v/crc victum l:ifit night in A d u l t \riiRM sofUjall play nl ''Lions park' itficr one-inning 'Tiuinwfty.s in litith gnnU-s. .7. Furniture downud Veterans of : Foreign Warn in tlm first giirnc fl-0. wlilio u flurry cf runs in thn ;fifUi killing of UK.- Myere-Slol:- jimnn Farms till, lopsided the Hcore -J7-7 in M y w i H fiivor. 5 Ticr'nic Surntt jillrhH for Stnh- 'riJtiiiTi while Jlinldy Briufluy liurled 1 for Myrr.H. · - · t ' v ;' ·?·" -·' '., OooO. ..ntU'iMiiiH'i: ,niiirki:i! ll»: (jlfiy at. the fluid, but :i Jmavy Vhuilnlt! ln-|)t piny «"ing until nf- 'iVr J'l |i. in. - Ijcngiir nuiiwigcr W. K. C!M)!«Mi '.·{»iil n lentiMlvc BChcdule fur Thiiis- iiay'H ((nirn; wnii n urnlcli bL*l.wi:cii Culhcrn Clvtinurti n n d While HandH ' 1'iovitif; Ciruujid at 8 ji. in. Dlfinoy Color Cartoon "Plulo and Tho Gophor" "Moviolono Ncwu S T A T E * 'ENDS'TONIGHT ^L FIRST HUN Senior League 1'. It. liurn.'i Construction di-IcaL- cd UcMoliiy by 11 lo 4 in the Senior league last night. Lawrence Lopez, w i n n i n g pitcher, gave only iwo nils to DcMolny IJolli were hfmicrunfl. knocked out liy Russell Parsons and Sklppc r'oi-lcy for Demolay'ii only scoring of the gnine. DtMolny'.i IVteKtluy and Kstcj gave up only Llirno lilts, but walk- c-d 10 men. Tlic DeiMohi.y'w oornmit- trd six crruin. Li-Hillng hitLci- for P. H. Burn wan Lnwrtfiicc! wltJi two hits in UNTO tltneK up. Tonight Tun-rntinw t n l i f n m Washington "chord In a . gnim Junior League IlJven Kltldlo won over Populin Dry Umd.H in a close. 11-10 t i l ploy'iMl Monday on the Junior hlfjl dinmonil. A p u d n r n was IcMtillnR hitter foi Riven Studio, wllh Smith taking I h A honors for Popular. M n r l l n c z wns the winning hurlcr, Romero Hip loHcr. i Scheduled for t o n i g h t Is » gmm between Khookn Kecnpper.s and C. U. Anthony at 5 p. in. at J u n l o i high. Fights Last Night Hy (Hn Aft«r»clnlMl Prww 'Bashful Bachelor' P L A Z A * IT'S COOLER INSIDE I-'nll Klvcr, MIIHH. -- J i m m y Cm 1 UT. HO, Ni'w York. ilcclHlimci OlmHi Boucher. 140. Newark. N J., 10. U a l l l m n r r -- Rocky Graaliino 10'2, Now York, knoirkiul out Ki'eil- ily Loll. 101, Ncwnrk, N. J.. 2:17, Toronto --, Solly Ciintor, 1110 '/ 2 Toronto, niitpulm'ril A win ml Sn- vnlr. KI7. Montreal. 10. I'hllmlrlplllii Hsruld .lolnison, 178, riilliidclpliln, ncorcd TKO Elk l n n Krollicrn, IK7 i|.. Wn»lilnj;ton U. C.. 10. Newark. N. J. -- Hobby Fonly LIB, Now York. uiil]"lntcd Plill Hlorlzlu. I3B. Nowailt, N. J., 8, U t l c n . N. Y. John Crsurlo, H8. Hnrtfoi'cl, Ciiiin.. dccl»lon«l Cnrnicn UiiKlllo, M7. Syrnciisc.' X. Y., .10. MllwiuiliiM -- Ilniry Mnllhewa, nn, Sciiltlf TKO'd Kreddlp Hlliiri! II2 "i. Ilnrrlslillri;, I'll.. 7. M l n i n l . Fin. - Uoi'i'y iiylipa. I f i l :':,, .Mlninl, TKO'il M i r l o M n r l no. 11.1. NPW York. I. New OrlniiiH - Noi-1 lluin|ih- rryN, III 1 .'. Clini'K'.'tlon. \v. Vn., nnd Kid Cenlrlla. i!nmili|:n NU'imiK i:iil. dri'vv, 10. AIR CONDITIONED RIO GRANDE WEDNESDAY ONLY s.p E c I A L l FEE-RELEASE SCREENING Wnyho " · · " ' Proslon MORRIS t -FOSTER . . . bluiiiKj dramn from' , Ajnbf.'cB'p Grout Oil Fields B l f i G U S H E R " Musial Zooms Balling To .382 By-;. 12 In 24; Minoso Leads'American' NKW YORK, June 10--W»- Stan Muslal of-the St. Louis .Cnrdin- I», puillsliuil the ball ot a .500 clip fustweek--slamming 121llLs in 24 I hat.s--to zoom Ills Nutloniil LOHRUC butting mark to .382.. . This the Rctlbirttn, htttlnK loader 14 points ahead of Erook- yn'a Jnckic Robinson, who slipped two points to '.308.. ·l»}-.;r .-mil C.'lul, 0 AH It II Par. UUBial, Cardinals 04 lilt) -11 70' .382 lohlnson. DodKcn, u! · 201 41 75 .308 Asllburn. Phillies .18 233 33 81 7.IS Elliott, Boston' , D1 I" 1 ;!5 ° 7 · 34 " 1 ·;ampnnclla, Dodgcra 55 181 25 62 ,337 Dark, Giants CO 232 48 77 .332 Baumlioltz. Cuba f.2 18» 20 02 .328 Klncr, Pirates · 55 202 43 00 .327 Sisler, Phillies Sii 215 32 C O . .;ill) Schoendlcnst, Cardinals 40 103 20 52 .310 CHICAGO, J u n e 10--tm--Orestes Minoso. tile swift swatter of the ...Ji-flylnR Chicago White Sox, today held a 23-point lead In the American IXMRUC hailing race with a .370 mark. Minoso Inpl week clubhcil 14 hits in 27 trips to climli 25 points from a fourth-place .354. Second with .350 was Philadelphia's Ferris Fa' NIIIIM; anil J'laiin ^ Minoso, Cluvc-Clilcago 55 Fain. Philadelphia 55 Fox, Chicago 50 Stephens, Boston 50 DiMagRio, Boston 55 Colcmnn, St. I-ouis r '2 Bushy, Chicago 5.1 Kryhoski. Detroit 35 Easter, Cleveland- 3": McDouyald, New York C Sports Briefs Hy Tin- AssmJiilril rrrw GOLF I'liilnilulphln -- lMU\ttf K"i won nicdlil in Wtime'n'ti U'eslern open luurnanii'iit wllli 1)8. two Htiohi's uff cniiisi- record. 11AC1NO Clilcni'o -- John.i Joy ($0.(10) won S 17.350 Myrtlc«;ood liniullcn» lit A r l l i i K t n n park upenliit;. WilmhiKton. Del. .. 'Hie Ma.«l ($11.00) scorn! iri-lcnRth vlrlory In $10.000 milled Tom Holiy sti-u] hime lit Dt'laware park. . lloslon - Out Polnl I S 1 1 . I O ) won $10.000 addi'il Yiuikrr hainll- rail n l Suffollt Uowns. nlnr. year: Her his Hire, Shut Out. luok llv Nmv York . - . T a h l t l n n (57.SO) won flve-furlonf; test tor two-year- olds at Hi'lmonl purk. holdlni; oil lain rush by How How How. Ocoanporl. N. J. -- Tom (56.20) won mile ami sixteentl ffiituro nt Monmoulh park. TENNIS Mllim, Italy -- Italy cllnchri Dnvis Cup n,uiirt(irriutil .rouii umlcli URiilnat Poland hy wlnntnk do\i)ilcs for a :M) Iciul. IjOiuton --- Injured elbow l keep l^ulsi' Hrough from dufcnd- tiii; \Vemblodoh cluiniploimhtp i All 17-1 ·205 21!) 383 ·at, 187 178 121 112 to- II 52 27 44 33 · J l 30 32 18 10 21 · CG 73 76 02 82 61 08 30 ·AS I'CT. .;!?!) .use .:w« .;i3i .320 ..',20 .;j22 .321 .320 Big Question In Majors Nay Be Answered Soon Hy JOE 1USICHLKK (Atisoitilnl^d I'n-HK SIMM-IS Writrr} }J;iKcbiill's big question -- how good are the White Sox? -- may get IU answer in L i t e next 72 hours. Opening w l l h n double bender Uitlny, Chicago's rags-to-Richards" clidi Ukcs on the defending ch:un- pion Yankees in an important four-game jicrlcs In New York. Doth ulubw rested yc.stcnlny ns nnly six tcnm HHW »ction. Cleve- Itiml moved n slop closer to the American League leaders, outslug- ging Hie Ited Box In TJoston. [)-7, Hnh Keller, although hit hard, staggered In fits lOlh victory against one defeat. Harry Taylor wiis Iho loser. The New York Giants nipped tlie SI. Louis Cards, 5-4, In 12 innings und the Chicago Cubs shaded the Boston Braves, 5-1. The Giants trail llio league-lending Brooklyn Dodgers by f '/ 2 games. The Yankees sweep Hie four gamrs to displace the Sox nl the to)) of the league as Chicago liNUl:i by y l /a ganiea. The Chicagu- IUIH uppciired In good shapo following their two wins In Plillndulphin Sunday lifter Ihn Alhlcticii had ctipttired the first thruc Raines of the scries. While Hox skipper Paul Ulch- urds rciichcd Into hta pi lolling gnib bug and c n m c ' u p with nnoiher surprise stnrlor in young Mnrvln Rot- Malt. The l i t t l e rookie from Memphis was tn hurl ono of today's nmrs. Jor. Oooson, ctirly-hnlted ·eternn obtninrd from the P.nsUui Red .Sox laul winter, was to pitch the oilier. Casey Slengul of the Yankees iinnounced hu wuuhl counter w l l h Vic RHNchl. lilH ace. and g l u b b y j OvormlrL 1 , rucently obtained from tliu SI. Louis Browns. Thu Calcutta to ICuninlng pipe- lino which cnrrlcd oil to China (lining World War II has been dls- innntlci.1 tci provide water systems for the cummuniUns along it. MAJOR Switch Pitchers, Gel Beaten Is RulelnWT-NM · Ity The Assoulalvil · I*rc«» '.Switch pitchers and he beaten! That seems to be tho West Texas- New Mexico Leagiio motto these days, with modifications for Pam- At Pampa, AI Kavanagh, ux- moundmnan for the Clovis Pioneers, pitched tlie Oilers to a fi-1 victory over his almamatcr. His oponcnt: Mel Kramer, ex-Pampa hurlcr. The niglit before, Amarillo .swatted' down Lamesa 14-3 by getting 13 hits of, fonner mate Jim neynokls. Pampa won the nightcap last jiiRht, 10-.1. Abilene looked more like ton dog again last night, moving Al hiiquerqtm hack G \/ z games out of first place with a 15-8 victory. The Dukes unbeaten hurlcr, JCRSP Priest, was dismoundcd in the first ininjj. Ijiihhork swept its scries from Horger, 3-J, with Ray Faust besting Earl Butler in a light pitching; duel. At Lamesa, Glen Selbo saved the day for the home team ni a wild. ten-Inning game with Anmrillo that finished in a sandstorm. The score was 13-12. Kaust gave up only four hits nt Lubbock. only one IOEK than Butler contributed. But three of Lub- bocits runs were driven in off two of Butler hits'. .. Sclbo smacked a single in the tcntli to score Yogi' Margl from second for the winning Lamesa . margin. Day AfierThai Makes It So Hard By The Associated I'ress NATION AJ. , W. L. l'GT.' Brooklyn «'!6 10 .605 New York ?% 27 ..550 SI. Louis. 2!) 28 .509 Cincinnati - 27 28 .4«1 Huston 28 30 .480 Pliiladelphla 26 30 .-1G4 Chicago 24 20 .453 PltUburgh 21 33 .3S!) Tij*wila.v'H SchiMlnli! New York at Bt. Louis (night) Phlla. at Pittsburgh ( n i g h t ) Brooklyn at Cincinnati (night) Boston HI Chicago. Moiiilny'.s KrwiILs , .. ,, . Chicago 5, Boston -i ... New York 5, St. Louis 4'(night --12 Innings) ·' ' ·'- (Only games scheduled) AMERICAN W, Chlrngo New York Boston Clcvi.'l.'ind Detroit Washington St. Luuls Philadelphia \.. err. n .ey'i' .o:ib 20 23 -k '2G 32 .589 .327 .327 Wide Search Spread? To Find Missing Los Limas Girl, 14 LOS LILXAS, June 19 (A 5 ) A wide search is being made fot a ll : ycar-old girl miKsing fron her home in Los Lentcs, one mile north of here since Thursday. The girl, Stella Carrasco, is about 5 feet two hii-hus and weighs 300 pounds. She is blond? and whrn last HCCII was wearing Icvis ami a while blouse. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. llamon Carrasco "f Los Lentes. : By I1AJJ HOYLB -NEW YOHK--(jTi -- Dear old Dad woke up in millions of homes oday to his usual morning anthem --the alarm clock. . . I He turned It off sleepily and j ·oiled over for a - f e w last fast vinks. Then' he looked over at he other twin bed and saw the matronly rebuke -forming in the eyes of hk; wife. .. ... "Get up." said · dear old Mom pitilessly. Dear old Dad started .0 answer back, but decided silence was the better part of -valor. He arose, yawned,; pawed his . way 'eebly into his robe and stomped to .he bathroom. The door was closed. ' 'Go away," said the small voice of his son. "I'm washing." "I got to get to work, Junioi-," iald dear old Dad./ "What'rc you doing up so early anyway?" "Got to finish; my home work." "Why didn't you do it yesterday?" "Cause we all too'K you out to dinner for Father's Day. There wasn't time." Dear old Dad stomped back and .sat on his bed and waited. He heard Lhe bathroom door open, but by the time he got to It tlic door had closed ;igain. Hi banged on it. "Well, after all. puh-h-h-lcasc!." .said the small icy voice of his daughter. "Excuse me,, sis." mumbled dear uld Dad. "Whafrc you doing up so early?" "Oh,, is that you. Daddy dear?" she trilled. "I have to do my home work before J go .to school," Later, while he was scraping away the burnt surface on his breakfast .toast, sister said: . "Daddy dear, can I havo-an.ex- tra, dollar,'-pretty, please?" 'What for?" he demanded crossly. "What'd you do with your allowance?" · . "I had to spend it for an extra important special occasion," she said. And lie understood at"once what she meant--her present fo hhii of the day before. ' "I j need a buck, too," broke in Junior. "Same reason". "Oh, don't be so grumpy with the children, dear," said his wife. "Give It to them. And I'll need a little myself.' That-dinner out yesterday took the last of my household expense money." Why Fight It? Dear old Dad emptied his pockets and divided the contents. He went back to his 'bedroom nnd finished dressing. When he bent to kiss his daughter goodbye, she cried tearfully: l "Why; Daddy dear, what are you d o i n g , w i t h ' t h a t same old necktie o n ? " ' ' - . "Of all things!" his wife chimed in indignantly. "Yeah," said Junior. "Don't you even remember yesterday at all?" Dear old Dad tromped back to i t h e closet. He took out the necktie his wife had given him, the necktie sister had given him, and the necktie Junior had given.him He wound all three around his neck and tied them into a knot. The members of liis family took this gesture of unity in silence, 'Each gave him a goodbye Kiss that reproached him for his for- Miitrleafie Beiulh By' Tli( As MM- hi ted PrcA. WEST;TEXAS-NEW MExipi ·Abilenb/15, Albuquerque 8Jji ·.Ptimpa D-10; Clovis 1-3 "" Utbbock 3,-Borger 1 Lamest! 13, Amarlllo 12. COAST LKAOl) (No' games' scheduled) . : ' " , - TEXAS LEAGUE Dallas ; 2, Sari .Antonio 1 . Beunrnont 5, OHlanoni/i Cl| Shrcvcport 2, Tulna 1 Houston' 3,; : Fort Worth 2 . r 1 INTEKNATiON AL LKAGtl ,';'Kr"Centro'-io, Phoenix 'ti | Tucson 8, Las' Vegas "Jl Y t i m a - 7 , ' ilisbec-Douglaa 2. Tijuana, '^'Ef FarsoV Mexican "6," Juarez's It is believed, that the ,·£ which -are .responsible for tti'o, of''.many American clotlics. an hatiyc*'"to the United State! were imported 'from .-Europe. It is ^estLmatetr that-'the fi developing, from .the egfjs-oi fpjnale · moth- can -"cat" 92 p of wool in. a year.' getfulness.' ; ' . . ' : :'peai*-'old. Dad .plodded of work, pondering the joya of cntlipod. - . LAS CHUCKS LIOUO .The Storj! of Good Spirit ;"V'COOKING SAUTKRNE . FKEE IIECII'ES your Family Package St . ' 334 S. MAIN Tuesday's Schedule Clilcepo at New York (2) St. Louis ;iL Washington ( n i ^ h t ) Detroit nt Philadelphia ( n i g h t ) Monday!* Ilcsults Cleveland 9. Boston 7 W. J. LITTLE REALTOR 1 KRAI* KSTATK LOANS . First National Bank Bldg. 1'IL - 210 ur 18(13 OPEN 7 P. M. -- SHO WSTARTS 7:40 EVERY NITE . ! Kids Under 12 Freo When Wilh Parents . ! I BLOCK OFF U.5,80 ON COLLEGE ROAD S H O W I N G T O N I T E O N L Y ! EXTHAI NOVELTY and SPORTHEEL SPECIALTY! 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Ph. 270 Albert Socolofsky Norlh''.Hlghw»y 85. Ph. 1403 Ross S. Williams Matonlc T«mpl« Bldlg. Ph. 15 AttecUt · M*mb«ri: B. W. Snody, with Holmes Realty Co. " I \' '( .; G«org« P. TaryMi.wUh Swborn P. Collint ; · , SUPER SAVINGS..;: On Summer Holiday, and... .Vacation Needs C O T T O N P R I N T S Pretty - Colorful 80 Squares - Summer patterns, colorlast, small florals, checks, bold florals, plaids, novelty, western and Juvenile designs. Regularly sold for 49c yard-NOW FOR SUMMER CLEARANCE-- 34CYard SUMMER FABRICS at Money Saving Prices! COTTON SHEERS Printed Balislc^ Dimities, ncal floral palterrvs. Regularly 79c yard 44c Group 1--Summer Materials Cool summer sheers, special purchase for this our greatest event . . . thousands of yards of these fine materials. Printed Voile, Tissue Ginghams, Waffle Plqiic, Chiffons, Broadcloth, Ginghams nnd many others,. Values to $1.20.- 66c Group 2-Our Finest Brands of Materials Hundreds of yards!. ·' : - Fine comb Cham- brays, Stripe Sportella Chambretys, AI3C Scei'suckcrs. Spring Maid Bro.iilirloths, Rayon Shantung and many others. Values to $1.39 for only 88c VAltl) FEATHER BED PILLOWS Extra large size. Fine ACA ticking. All new part cluck feathers, floral design . . . .PAIR $5.50 QUILTED Mattress Pads Finest Quality Protector Tads, 1WH; now filler of nbsorbltlve cot- ion fibers - closely woven bleached fabric closely (Bulled In,zig-zag design.

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