Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on January 30, 1945 · Page 3
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 3

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Tuesday, January 30, 1945
Page 3
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PAGETHBEE ^P ^ P ^ ^ ^ ^ T ^ ' «^B ·.^P»^P»P^ ; - ^ ^ ^ P » » ^ ^ ^ ^ - ^ ^ f f ^ ^ " ^ ^ W ^ ^ f l P ^ ^ " P ' irTM " _ ^ ^ P p l P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ * HELP n, FOB .SALE OR TRADE HOMES WANTED. OR FOR RENT LOST AND, FOUND WANTS .CLASSIFIED FOR SALE FDUJSR-THOMAS CO OLJVBR FARM .JMPL.EMF,fITS r NONXXJRROSryE PAINTS SM 8. Main St., Lajs Cruces, N.M. U. S. Army Issue surplus used merchandise, at ·bargain prices. 30,000 pairs shoes, np ration stamp needed, gopd $2.15, better grade, repaired, new soles and heels $2.95. 23,000 raincoats $2.15. Messklts iOc, canteens 40c, cups 25c. Also 7200 NEW U. S. Army extra heavy,,6,p2 t olive drab Single cotton''il'ankels, 6x7 feet, fed hot pricej $3,15. All postage prepaid. No 1 'Cop's. Send money order. Blank's Exchange, Wichita ·Palls. Texas. Gas range, c'h'ina Cabinet. Inquire at 340 West Mountain. . Alfalfa seed, valley grown, college tested. F. J. Rigney, Jr., La Jfesa, New Mexico. NOTICES Ironing. Mrs. Fulkerson, Highway 80. ; HEAL ESTATE Befter SERVICE Better CLEANING . Better PRICES -better see MODEL CLEANERS 113 Wait Griggji Special Offering in two pieces of .Main Street Frontage, in the Busi| ness section. See me spOn. H, Sf v Burton..ll5 W. Grlg-gs. Ph. 381. j Lots and acreage. Terms to suit. I F.- A. Bunch, 'Box 189. or 714 East Lohman Ave.,.Las Cruces. We buy, sell and trade. Hiett's Second Hand Store, 130 North Main Phone 646. Cloth covered buttons and touch Jes. Quick Service Cleaners. General contracting and floor sanding. -Harry L. Stout, phone 785-R3. _i__ Will give good home to elderly woman, some wages in exchange for help. Corner W.orth- Alameda and Front street. SAVE MONEY ON BATTERIES AT WESTERN AUTO 129 S. Main Phopa 121 I HELP WANTED I Persons now engaged in esueh- I tial war work will not be considered. Waitresses. Must be experienced. Apply in person. Del Rio Cafe. Toy guns, dolis,' (jrums, tepees, Vests, feather hats, games, cutouts, pottery etc. IJarid woven blankets, purses,. neckties, Jackets, coats, sweaters. Hand made belts, bill- Colds, aprons, book ends, ash trays, Indian and Mexican jewelry. Hundreds of .other iteins. Valley Bus Depot, 330 South Main. Wanted, man or woman for es- ,.-,- · ''. ·" '' "' :_ tablished life insurance agency, in " We Wi'l. have 'baby chicks each j Las Cruces. Unlimited opportunity. Thursdaj Plade your orders or j Salary and commissions. See Mr. c.ome and get them. Valley Pro- Sherritt Amador Hotel, evenings, ducts Co., phone 99. Maid. Apply at 224 ^Vest Hadley- Cleaner or presser. Cothern Cleaners. SMaid for general housework, no laundry. Phone 216. Tractor, hegari. Phone 855-W. COTTON, SEED -- Mesa Acala, as previously advertised. 100-lb. net new 'branded cotton bags, re- cleaned, per ton ...5120.00 PECAN TREES -- 5 year root. 2 year top WESTERN SCHLEY, BRADtET, SAN SABA IMPROVED. Delivery after February 1st. Per' Inch in diameter, |2.00. PBGA'N.S -- WESTERN SCHLEY, .BRADLEY, BURKBTT, US-1 -Extra large r culled, cleaned; per pound _;.. _;'..!..,,: :..; 35c FOB Sarito Tpmas : Ranch, P. O. 550, Phone 4G5-J1, D. F. Stahmann. Stahmanu Farms, Las Cruces, N. ' ' One Case tractor 1 , all the equipment; 1936 model International pickup; ceiling;:price. E. R. King, Rlncqn, New. Mexico, Modern one (bedroom house on El Paseo Road. See Bob Alexander, second left hand street off El Pa,860, fifth hoiifse ;on left. 60. acres oJand, 30 in cultivation, rest in pajjturei Modern home. Also farm ecjuipmeijt. Priced to sell.,W. C. Two bed,..18 toot,house trailer. 'Fully equipped ior trailer camps. Good rubber. ."Bee fc W. McGuire. Hatch, or phone 226. Small wood-or coal range. Mrs. J. A. Bell, Megilla Park. Two wheeJ^Hyestppk. trailer. Phone - * " " " : ·Weaverscope, v fine, saddle scabbard, .38 holster. 212 East Las Cruces Avenue. BJue enarniel. prewar kitchen range. Voss, 1548 South Manzanita street (off El.P.aseo road). Firestone Baiieries $7:50 up Rav's Park Texaco SERVICE STATION Man to w.ork on college poultry farm, caring for hens and baby chicks. Apply at College Poultry . Farm. WANTED TO RENT Permanent residents, civilians, want furnished apartment or small house, reasonably close in. No children. Phone 34 or 709-J. Want to rent 40 to 100 acres on shares; you furnish equipment and get half. Have force to handle 100 acres. Can give local references. Call or write,Sun-News, phone 34, Las Cruces. Furnished house or apartment, by army officer, wife and 6 months daughter. Call Capt. DcBardeleben at Dona Ana Courts. Retired arm y cap tain* and wife want small apt.-.menl or house. Phone 34. TRAVEL ALL AMERICAN L Free meald, Free Pillows, Lower Rates. Three Schedules. 333 South Main, Phone 774. FOR RENT -- ROOMS Room, private entrance. 715 Miranda, phone 205-R. FOR RENT Ten acres land, for 'cash rent. Apply. Williams, 130 North Main. Try first to get It In Cruws! Whether lo buy, or lo Mil H.N. BURTON Bring in your listings, of all kinds, and we will »11 U FOR-WHAT IT IS WORTH. 11SW. Grigga Ph. 381 BUY Red chili, all .Hinds. Barker's Ranch, phone f99-Rl." FOR RENT Twenty-two acres of land on highway 80, south of Las Cruces Dairy. Bill Bunting. Almost Drafts Hotel Loafer SANTA FE, Jan. 27--W ·--The prospective inductees slumped J n chairs in a hotel lobby while Sgt. Thurman Barker, army recruiter, arranged for their breakfasts. Barker had to waken one man to get him in chow line v He was slow, too, about boarding a truck for the induction center. "Get going," barked Barker. Physical examinations over, t the man was asked for his papers. "What papers-" he chaffed. "I haven't .done anything. I wag just waiting for a bus .to Denver. The sergeant woke me and told me get going-, so I got: "I'm from California." "Oh well," shrugged Barker, "He didn't pass the physical anyway." New Mexicans Get Income-tax Refunds WASHINGTON, Jan. 27-- Iff)-Refunds In excess of $1000 have been made to 20 federal .taxpayers in New Mexico on their payments for the last fiscal year, the bureau of Internal revenue announces. -Income Tax refunds include: Albuquerque -- Ruth Hanna Sfm- ms $3,406. Alampgordo -- Southwest Lumber Co., $2,138. Carlsbad--National bank $1,356, Merchant LivestocH Co. $6,537. Las Cruces-- Del Cerro Co-operative Assn. $1,448. Portales -- First National bank Santa Fe -- Santa Fe Ha.nd.wo- veri Fabrics, Inc. $1,556. 'Roswell-- First National bank $1,280. Excess profits tax refunds: Charles . Ilfeld Co. .$1,330, New Mexico Transportation Co. $6|642, Plains Cattle Sheep Co. Ar testa, 52,188. Mexican Cornbread Tortillas, made of thin round cornbread, cannot be shipped from Mexico except by government permit. " Windmill $jr sfe* in?|ood con- pMtion, at San ,M{gfic(:^Eee D. E. Rodriguez. '*"" ' * Hig'K grade Chilean alfalfa seed, also ear corn. Harry Berrier. Call G99-R3 after ll\. ;;.,^' '. The bottom' 'half at $o room can be»jpaintfid ^vith Nu- Enamel for only $1.75. Valley Appliance Co. BABY CHICKS We hav« ( 'on hand at Ihis time most, liiga breeds. Mew sh'ipment each Thursday. FARMERS MARKET SUPPLY CO. Phone 333 On RR Trades UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY! 542,000. 25% cash, balance terms. 200 acre farm. 7 room modern house. 100 acres under irrigation. All farm equipment. Tenant house, other buildings. 7 sections Taylor Grazing Lease adjoining. Box SS9 H. C. GILBERT LAS CRUCES. N.M. Tel. 585-J3 NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS r IF YA CAIN'T UVE OUT HERE WITHOUT A COOK WHY IN THUNDER PON'TCHA MOVE OUT AN' TURN THIS 815 RAMBLIN' JOINT OVER TO THE ARMY FOR A HOSPITAL tf? One W. C. Al;is Chnlmcrs trac- tor'with 2-way plow and cultiva- ior. Call 162. 200 fine Leghorn and Whlto Rnck pullets,. Jujt ready to lay. Phono 482-R- , ·,, Single hoc! sto'n^.' mattress lint! fprings. 128 South Main. f, (SomW'inmo, h* '"» » party T I'lcn»c lelcphoni illw Sun-Neni. THE ADVENTURES OF PATSY OAKY PQAKS By B. B. Fill* BOiMDJHG THROUGH THE FOREST, SHE SUDDENLY STAMPEDED... GIPCWP-AND I MEAU GIDPAP/' DICKIE DAF S By Coultra Wang* SHEEPMEPDSQ, HE C/W/?? 'IS MHEPE ^., ·· ' " n * ^ t ^\ DOGGIE l\L, A, i . A r.MEpe'IOOKV*-* ^ O.v* THESE TRACKS, NE'PE TO FlltO SOMEONE! By Charles Batb 1-30 I'M SCWRT O' MV 6RAMPA, WOW. 1 «IN YOU COMS HOME } QH, GOODY, ALL NIGHT WITH ME / / GOODV/ -ATHMALLER BUU-PIPOLE WOULO BE A CALF-FIDDLE, AM' 1 WOULDN'T W»NNA PLAY THAT. 1 WHY DOMT YA SIT A SMALLER BULL. FIDDLE? SURE; JUTHT ATH THOOM HIDE MY BULL FIDDLE.' MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN By Lee Falk and Phii Davl* HOMER HOOPtE w!tm WELL,PUSSY, WE LL TRY TO SET YOU FREE. I GUESS NOT, PUSSY/ THIS ICE IS HARDER THAN STEEL/ I WONDER IF I CAN CHIP THE ICE COVERING OFF THIS CAT WITH HOW AM I GOING TO FREE THESE PEOPLE? 67 Fred Loelwr . ALL THERE ft FiKr vbo PICK UP owe FOOT IF Yoa'RE WJ EXPERT,CW.OM, TAECE CAMT WELL.' GIRL'S' CLOTHED rVWfc. - PUT TH' GAITS - , NO COLL1CH 1-HLL.A// - OUTA -THAT' LOOK LIKE ·SURE: LO9; TH ' ^T-^3^^ OH, DIANA SCORCHY SMITH Rv Frank Bobbin COUL0 THEY L«t IT? -THAT NAJVE QUESTION STOPPED PETMS MOMENTARILY-.' ; MOMENTARILY ff 5TAR8 CELIA HART ? ..IT'S O.K. BY US, THAT ''gINCE Mr3S HAPT CARRIES S'ALOASLE INPOP'V\AriON ON ENEMY ISLAND PEFEN5E5 ..Y5U CAN L'NPEPSTAND WHY THE JAPS PETAINEP HEP. 1 W'OM'T OET ANY SLEEP.. SHE AKRIVE5 IN WELL, I'/E GOT WORK TO PO

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