Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 20, 1951 · Page 3
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PA'GETJ ~'ftttt1ityiY'}nfi8~Hss-Jame Betryman Riles Will Be Held June 30 In Baptist Chuich i Mr and Mrjt Fr · announcing- " ' approaching daughter, Mi to · James Do of Mr. and M Coro a i 1 The.ceremon 3 o'clock June list church^ .w Parrott, officia-- B . , · The bride;rgraduated from. Union High school and is at piesent employed by the F! Paso Electiir company. *., The... groom Is VainiuP'dt State South Ward rancipal Receives Depfi'At , Southern Ct^orqi^ '·Miss Ruth' rifefc principal of Southward scmfol received hei master .of "science degree", at the University, 'of-^Southern California, June 16. . * - . . . ' · : · ·/·..' - Mjjjjs Nees'w'as. one" of approwi: matyy 4600. graduates whoj'-eceiy- cd ^greMwuat ^M 68th ,· annual coin^ncer^t c^rocation .in AHi- mni HWjffin' ^hefffirnpus^Presi- DnRayrnond B.'-Allen, .president of the University of 'Washington^ gave, the .^commencement, address for graduates, who 'represent 46 states and'13-'foreign nations, including India, Finland, Malaya Burma, Italj'I Iran, land Argentina COMING EVENTS The National Cotton Council will meet at 12 noon tomorrow at Voiiule Lee's,, Albert Russell will speak 'on-inflatlon. All men Inter ested in cotton arc invited to attend. College,··- studying range management Fneiids of Miis Hess *.to Invited-to,'attend 1 the wedding. PARTY LINES Dr. and Mrs. John B. Gill, and two daughters,' are visiting in the home of Dr. Gill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'J. L. Gill. Dr. Gill recently graduated as- a · flight surgeon at' Pensaeola, Fla. and will be stationed at 'an airbase in Alameda, California Mrs. Susan · Flofes,. 305 'South Meequite, is'd surgical paiieht'. fit Southwestern s General.. hospital Her condition is · reported "good. ' FOR- Self Service , ' AMD, 1 ' , General Laundry ' - ' ,'· ' - . . ' · T H Y . HIGHWAY: 85 _ . L A U N D R Y " Air. and Mr*. Nnf, Ownnrl Phon* 357-J- GOOD EVENING Pleasant Lislening 1450 On'Your DM TONIGHT.--WED. 4:30 Evenlpe^ Buyers fiulde .4:4n.. 'Las Ci-uces .Furniture. 5:00 Record ·AAvefitures 5:30. 'Slpglhg-Mafshalf.··". 5:55. Mel., Allerils' Club'.'rtoti ' 6:00 UP News'.-. · : · ' ··.'·· .· · 6:Ifi ' Fill Ion !LeV|s, Jr.' , ' 6:80: Let's Wnltz'. ! ·" : 6:M; SpdH.s cist.-. .'' · ' . 6:53 BIli':Henrj ; -]rew.y- 7:00 Foi'^'ard^ Anierlba 1 ' · 7i2s' iddji.'Xi-faolil-·. ;·'. 8:00 ' 'Ffllstaff.Setehade : 8:30 Jackjiiif.'JifnboreS '. . 9;00 .ITK NeWs · ·' · . '·!1:I5 Mutual Mwsreer. · · Ji:M; . S^tkrlight Concert. ' '·" .9:55 News ' - · " ' .36:00 ;.S|en-,Off- ' ' r TOMORHOW,- TMURS. 0:00 0:05 1 7:00' 7:30 7HB 0:00 3:25 8:30 9:00 8:15' 9:25 0:30 10:00 10:15" 10:115 . 10:30 , id:45 . ..;if:20 UP.News. . '. El Corrido'Mdsicnno koll.ert'Jirn'lelgli News Tell' Your Nolfrhbor · Morning'.rJ^s. ·. Trading ft)3t · Cecil Brown- , ;. ' Gather rtourtd Kids '· Mornlhe Buyer,l Guide Morning .Devqtiontl- Miislc'Of the Tropics QUeon for .a-bay · -Fnct'a -and'-Filiiifor, KViryoho · · . ; . , · ^ l i s n . n y - H o s S i ' ' . · ' ' - ' · ' ' fle'ws ,".l'.:;. ·: ·''. ' ' - . 1 Ctilrlc Fo«cr v -. j : York K O B E Fifteen Members Attend Final Meet f r Of Chinch Gioup i .v Fifteen members were present at the Viola Brdaddus Circle meet- irig Monrfay in the home of Mrs, Hilmen-Meerscheidt. This was the last meeting during.'the summer months The devotional 1 was; given by Mrs Lela .Ca'rwardine. Miss-Helen Rook- ev'.preaented-the program. She d is- cUssed parts of "a diary kept by her mother during her girlhood in Kentucky. .Miss'.Robber':: ··motherland father, 1 who was-.ti -Methodisi mih : ister, were well-known in Las Gnu- Refreshments, were served* to :**sdarnes S'.'T.' Bnrnriill, J. W. Branson, Lela Carwardinc. Fred C:o.wder; C..\JW, Gerber, ,R. F. Hartv.C.' S;.Conies. ' ·F. W. CockeHIl, Edwin Meqhem, Hllmer. McerscheHt, \V. A: Sather- irnd. M/B. Stevens, Allan Dutt- nian, Misses Lottie Sweet and Helen Rooker, TOMINO a new FBI-list-of ."Ten ^Moat Wahteb" : .criminal3 is Joseph 'Vrariklih 'Bent;;Jr.. who at 23 Is described as "'a'hardened veteran of "robbery ; . . " Bent, native of Clay county, Missouri, is under 25- year-sentence for.a postoffice'rob- bery. He."has. been identified as robber who held up groceries In ..Corpus 'Christ!,; Tex.,, and he ad- ·rnttted more-ith'an 20 in Kansas .'CftVi".Mo,,:are»; : ' (International) V. . . - , . - - v V - v ·- .' . AFTI1JATK SLIM COVER-UP--This drcss : and-jacltct maternity costume is in blue and black printed crepe and black faille, from the 1951 collection of. a Ne\v York designer. .Tile . cap-sleeved, dress, buttoned . down the ..front . of th« bodice,, is worn with the collar ( iiipppd outsidfc of the Jacket. It lias an- ela'sticizcd waistline. (N. V;'D)cs«' liutilutc Photo) Rebekahs Hold Business Session, Memorial ; Service Miriam Robekah Lodg'e 25 met ip. regular session. June 18 with Louise VVittt ;iioble- grand presiding. Gci'tioidc Bllsk and Doris Harreli. were initiated Into the lodge. -7ua- nita Aulds was elected .delegate. to grand lodge to replace Naida Corley who has resigned. The next refreshment committee will be Judy \Vooldridge, Trudy Davis and Naida Corley. Anyone who has not served on the.-', refreshment committee this term and' who would like - t o is asked, to ^contact Judy Wooldridge or Louise .Witt. The next meeting wjll.be -ah installation July 2. At. the Ju'he^S. meeting memorial 'services were held with consideration given to Etta Dickerson Church Circle r Installs Officer? The Martha _ Silffger Ian !·*-· re ft met Monday. Wilfrids. 1 A. JttjBi garner, "Mesilla Park. Mij£'*J Knox, president,; · presided {.'fit- business, session .and a pleira i vice was conducted."' . '"^.7 Mrs. L. ?.-.Ku'rti, president'^ WSCS, installed the following new officers: Mrs. John Knux, president; Mrs. JRusseJl Ludwick, vice- president^ Mrs. Allen Gray, second \ice-president; Mrs. K.-A. yaleh- tine, treasurer; .Mrs. .Anria- Bhttjk cbnnectional treasurer; "sM'rs.jMflr- garet'Charles, secretary^"'V ·$$ Mrs.- Iva Charted give-'tne/bpjle atudy.. She explained/thaU.'riepple must help themselves, a nd/jiscd as ah example three niiraclesv'fpld in the' bible. · " ;. Those present were Mesdames J. P. Stovall, Iva Charles, Martha Slingerland, K. A. Valentine, Daisy Gray; Bernice Sandell, Allen Gray, C. C. Cleghorn, Lulu L a n e , ' J o h n Knox. Roy Winslcr, CJ. L. Boykin, A. A. Bumgarhelv .,..'; ,.'.. \-% 'Little 'A9amsl$;Elecieiir As President Of outg-qing. presi- D?Vmody. ^ii.-'j ','£ A LIFE with a New York attorney and his family is in store for 6- y e a r - o 1 d Tokiko Malsiidnirn. daughter of Koto Mntsuriaira of who recently passed away. A . m e - | the Japanese foreig-n oHice, who morial 'donation^ to the building j hopes she will become nu "apostle fund, was pivenMn remembcrnnce oJ international friun^hlp." Topf Mrs., qickej-sw. , ,.. ; [.. .\ ^ Tiie following" new appointments were made;, Agnes Todd, historian;. Ethel Slieriff, lest supporter to vice grand; Marguerite George, musician; - Mildred Moses, lets .supporter lo chaplain. . kilip' is s'hpwii Reiff,' ai *" ' Francisco en route- to New York cnj -. the Murray Sprung famfly v Spriing was · prosecutor. ,at 'Tbltyo- war crimes trials.- (International/- Humming Birds Hold Three 'June Meetings The Humming: Birds 4-H club has had .three meetings hi June. On June 4 the girls had " y i e i r j regular business session and work- j ed on their sewing projects. On! the lltli, Billy Sue Tyson, discussed, modeling The -,girls spent the afternoon o f : t h e ISth'sewirig on the dresses they.will model .at thc.dfe.sa revue, 1 IT'S COOL IN'-SANTA -MO-VICA Yes, it's lovely Here atop the Palisades, overlooking the cool, blue Pacific. Bring the-family. Stay all-summer, Rates are moderate. Write for folder. The Georxhm rfo- tH mid, Apiirdnonts, Sanli* Mnu And your Old Sunny, Irowc makes t f. it a· ch«ffu|! ·ccflii6h : f«r-m»! Tout visit is tlways a ch«rful «(0s»n, lill! E. iHrank 1 AjfiShs wasjnsjt'uileil the Las .-Orlfces . regiilni^rrt'eeyMry itlbn Jiei-e 'Tuesday flew president'^ Ions -ci the -· ioon. ^ Adi \lent Installation of I'resident 'Adams and other new officers of the r.-lub was completed by Lion · Gus Guthrie. past districl Other in the ch| Tuesday inrj/yfirst vice; presi- it^Smitjiy second^ vicH Harry dent; Cl: president s^-1 V-i*:. vice l govei-ner.. , i;;tastalled in ' r.eranjtinies Kaye. UdK^Tafrfer; Russej wick. tnil^Sstor; Eli Ravflingi,' and William Wunsch. divcctors. Lion E. D. Alclntoah mnrte n report on the New Mexico' State Lions cluh which was held in Gal- earlier this month, at WjUch elected.-liy a dcjputy ift} heeled if f- Tohimy' 1 ' Graham at'' UIR ddhvention. " The Lions club meets weekly on' Tuesday noon at the Toilugns cafe. TWoTs TrusfrcitecT Volunieer Circle Has Program At Meeting r YfjlUDieer-Clrclei tiiet Mdhday 1 in thq 'jipjiie. Of '.Mrs. 13on Wondwaiid, Fail-acres. In the absence of the chairman. Mrs. L. F. Pratt, the vice chainnim Mia. uC. H. .SUth pilslded. Tim prpgr^m-./waH entitled-."A Good Deed 1 ' with.the entire group par- tiqipatjng. . . . ,. . . . . . . . Refreshments were served to Mesdames A. B. Puturson, R. F. Ci-awford, W. E. Whitfleld. C. H. Stith,. A; c. Douglas,-Fouler Gentry, Frank Adams. . The'hexi meeting will be a covered tjish luncheon July 10 in tht home'of'ili-a. Stith. Roiarians To Hold Barbecue Tonighi :NS..irUST--ROTAIilANS ll-tc'd The, annual barbecue of the' Uis Cruces Rotary club K slated to be held at 6:30 tonight nt the Loas- i-.JIojW^ek^junc^on VS'^Q b^ hcUl l^ut President John Da\M.I is'urging 1 all Kotarlana and their Rptnry *AAnS'jld'"Jie^ present f o r ' t h e jlnntia'l barbc.iue- JhnlghL. 1 ^ t./ . · . V. S. PltOTSMn Korea are frus- 'trated by regulations limiting coin- but actioiij'.. Col. John C. Meyer, just br.ck" from Korea' where ha commanded the 4 t h fighter-Interceptor group, tells reportrrs in New York. He flew 01 missions, downed two Joe jets. 1 Comparison between Uie.'U. S. Sabre jet and the Russian-type JiIlG is "too close for (Sur.jhation's comfort," says Meyer, ^hdw.n with.-wife. (Intcrnationaij Pprtales Enacts^ Penny City Tax On All Cigarettes . PORTALES, June 20 /Pt.--^'Portales Is the first city in New Mexico to enact, a one-cent ^ t a x on cigaretts. under authorisation of a law enacted by the state legis- Negro Is Senlericdcl To'Death In "Woman Taxi Driver Slaying CARLSBAD, .lime 20 UPl -- Burness Ncal, 2Q-y ear-old' neg:ro, .\vns sentenced this morning to (tenth in the electric chair hy District Judge, C. Roy Anderson. He was convicted on May .26 in Lovington of Ihe murder, of Mrs. Clara Gallemore, a taxi driver,, in Carlsbad last Dec. 27. · . % Kutlcc of appeal to the a supreme court was nttuie by Nenl's court-appointed attorneys. J. S. McCall und Morion Rutherford. iil's t r i a l was moved to Loving- t u n from Carlsbad when the defendant .staled that, he believed he could not get a fair' trial in Carlsbad. lature; · - . . ; , ' T h e city council approved an or dlnnnce, providing for a 'nne-ceh tax on cigarette packs containing not more than 20 ciRaretts las , filgttt. Packs-containing- no mon | than 10 ciparetts will be iajcei five; mills. The city, will secur special stamps to.be sold to whole salers. * . " · ·Revenue" from the tnx" will, g' into the city recreation fund. Th council authorized n five-man rec ruittori board to be appointed t administer the recreation program A LIFT FOR LIFE! NO OTHIK DRINK PICKS YOU UP LIKE DR. PEPPER ·;;·· 'y ~ : ---i Brice Children Get Comedienne's. Estate LOS ANGELES. J u n e 20 (/Pi- Fanny Bricu's two children will Ret the bulk nt her $2,000,000 es- ·The' famed "Baby Snooks," who died May 20, willed $50000 yearly fdr life to her tlnuc,hter anil son, Mrs: Vriin'craT Stark, 31, and \\MI-! liam Uriee, i!0. OLDER FOLKii LAS CRUCES LIQUORS · The Stops of Gootf Splrlti · l-UNCIl IJOWJ.,' CUl'S AND (1I.AS.SKS FOR \VEDDINOS Famli.y I'hcKage ytoi'e 334 S. MAIN OFTEN HAVE TIRED BLOOD Al -you (HI t;lt!i.T. vjhrn yuur «ilot ii Icil anil yon fit! titcj. "all in" the cliantei ate M high ts 8 in 10 your blootl is below par. Tlien it's lime [o try Ccricul--the icirniifu' blnoj runic nude tiptTL-ially for i«op!e over 3J. Kile, weak bltxxl Iwvcs you'"lOKV," tireJ anJ "blue." llcJ. hedtliy b'ootj jiurt with d y n ^ m i r rntifjy --invites t!ut "million liollar" (celin;;. Ci-ritul's aiiion ii amiiin(t-~wiiliin 2-1 hour! Ceritul iron ap]«;jri in your lilwxl. Gniiul alio ton- uin* rrmiikiblc Viuintn 13ia. ilie wonJeu nf whiih were described br Kuder's Digest. 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