Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 24, 1951 · 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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Sunday, June 24, 1951
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Sunday Morning. .Tun* 24, 1951 LAS CHUCES (N. M.)'SUN-NEW8 PAGE THREE Disabled Korean ?ei Wants To Earn Own Way ' . : . AV Ncwsreaturr.s; '' MANCHESTER, N. H;f--. "No matter what a fellow already has done for his country, · the 1 does not owe him a living. He has to'go out and. get it^himself." The speaker is James; H.'.TDay-- former First Sgt.' Dayr-who gave these things to his country: 1 '. ~-i ·' His right'arm below.-th'e-elbow. Two of his left-hand fingers;a^d most of his abUity toSuseV-that hand. . . ' . · ; ' · : ' . ' . ; ·...: His .right eye. - . . . . V- |,-. Much of Instability. 16 hear (he must, wear a hearing-aid)-' : ; :; v .-, , Ih : addition, .he suffered 'r multiple'.wounds to chest.-wall, abdomen, and right thigh.-There followed .nine operations and 14 months in seven hospitals. ' Before the war,:Day had work-' ed'hts.way through the mechanical j engineering: course of the. University of New Hampshire. But he'd never had a chance to gel 1 an engineering 1 job. So when he sought vocational t rehabilitation, he had ; no'"e^p'eri- i cncc. Prospective employers, tioned the capaclty-' v qf r !.Uiis,;.n3an! with .warrbrok'en -body^-.b^t^tin-:! quunchable spirit.'Jb · handle 1 ,,deli-j cate drawing' instrumcnla. They doubted his .ability.;generally .to! perform some ' of, : " the 'duties re- f quired of an'erigiiieo'tv ; ' --··· ·[ . After Veterans '·-·' Adminstratiun " training, he "was placed*.with the Textron, Inc./ plant in 'Manchester, in the spi-ing'of-'-3950.-: · - ' . . In leBH · than a, .year,' he' moved up from'draftsman to. plant engineer. He . has a';-.home, a wiffi, a baby. . '" , His boss at Textron' describes ."Jimmy Day as almost jUnbelieycable: "Me tells us t h a t ' h e fan,do certain things anil *wn* ifimbst ^ do not..believe him; but he goes ahead and does them just the same."Jimmy Day once was.a'gymnast. He as proud .that despite his. injuries he still, can do, a fbrearm staud. Nazareiie ; CliiirGk' -^ Will Welcome : New : Pastor On Siinday 1 Rev. Lyman '. Salisbury -will preach his first, sermon this morning as pastor .of the .Church of thp.| ' Rev. Salisbury'and'family come Jier-from; Las · Animes;: Colorado; where he-served as pastor for five i He was active. in. 'church nnd {community a f f a i r s ' i n ' t h a t place, .serving as-secretary-and.president |fof -the Ministerial Alliance. He i: and .ordained elder, witli 11 yean experience in / the pastorate, and ,j'lias' served in other churches ir Colorado and Idaho, where he. re .ceived his education. 1 The Salisburys have three children. Members and friends are .urged to welcome their new pastor ..Vtliis Sunday A special feature of the Sunday morning service will be dedication of n new pulpit; given as a mem- lorial to the late Mrs. Stella Gephart, by her sons, Major Harry P Gpphart, Las Cruces and Rod Gephart of I^ake Tahoe. AMPUTEES ON BOOST-MORALE JOB TWO VETERANS who made a comeback after losing.two limbs in World V7ar IL.'arc received by President Truman at the While House. Lonnic (ia'rberry (left), Waco, TCN., cotton farmer, lost both hands at Chartres, France.^when struck by ,a mortar. Herman Pheffcr t r i g l i t ) , Queens Village, N. Y,, lost Ijoth legs on Hie Lug burn, Iluly, beachhead. They're on morale trip for Korean war amputees. flntermttinnal) Alamogordo Team To Play Cruces On Diamond Here SUM AND DARK FORCOCK- '../TAILS --This low 'V neckline' ',fiont nnd back and brief nil-Ill-' one sleeves distinguish this Mini-' mer, 1051. cocktail dress of smoke. / £My silk shlnlung-- a New York · designer's model. Jewelled buttons continue post the wnlstline Into th« tide-wrapped.sli|rt. 1 Las Cruces Blue Sox. seeking R' winy Unit -will send - their-four- four season record into the black, meets .Alainogordp's C a t h o l i c Youth Organization team this uftcrnuon: · .. . : Game time has been set for ?.:'.\0 today!' a n d - w i l l be played on the Lions park diamond. Admisson -is $ .50 for adults, S .25 for chil'dven. Manager ·Art-Resley would not reveal his'starting lineup but said yesterday it would resemble that for.previous games. The.Blue Sox .last played White Sands Proving Ground Rockets a week ago,'and lost 17-7. · The defeat brought the Sox season record to four won, four lost. Details on the CYO's season record were not available. However, .the team has dm,wn on-local talent, which previously has given Cruces high school and adult teams hard battles. · . A return game with CYO has been planned for Alamogordo for July 8. j Softball Association Schedules Managers, Directors Meeting Directors of" the Laa Cruces Baseball and- Softball association ·' will meet Monday night with^managers -of all softball teams fn tin Adult league. The meeting will be held at 7:30 Monday night · in the liounlrco Cotton company offices, corner of Las Cruces and Water streets. The meeting has been called to schedule games for the remainder of the summer season. It is important that all managers attend this meeting. . · There will be an adult league game at S p. m. Tuesday, following- the Senior' league game,' It has been scheduled for Lion's park. . · Shoeless .Joe Jackson .was .never a major league batting king even ·though h'c hit .410 in 1911. Ty Cobb bfltVed- .420 .that year. ay.; t,' ; . v - '·' --'PI' R. Bum vs. Tur- .FRENCH LACE AND NET--. , Arc combined in a bridal gown for summer weddings from the collection of a I^ew.York designer. The tunic length lace top, extending into a Vraln, is scalloped .over a double skirt of pleated-net over white taffeta-. . . and again, 1 around the neckline nnd little -shoulder-capping sleeves. L a c e ·'mitts .are'-worn with'tlifs gown. ^.(N. -Y. -Drctt Institute Photo) Summer Softball League Schedules Schedule for softball · ploy in both Senior nnd Junior .summer recreation leagues were announced today by Coach Rudy Camunez. Here is the schedule for the week; SENIOR Monday ·-- Stevens Furniture vs. DeMolay.: '· Tuesday renting Chevrolet. Wednesday -- DeMolay vs. Columbian Squires. · Thursday -- Las Cruces Furniture vs. Turrentiue. Friday -- Las Cruces Furniture vs. Stevens Furniture. All Senior league game are play-, ed-at-7 p. in. at Lions Park.. JCU-MOR Monday -- Shook Recappers vs. Studebaker Kids. Tuesday -- Rives Studio vs. C. R. Anthony. Wednesday -- Popular Dry Goods vs. Sludebaker. Thursday. -- . L i a r s Lodge vs. Rives Studio. Friday -- Anthony vs. Liars Lodge, . Junior league games are played at G p. m., at the Junior high field. liarriman Summons May Again Prolong Ma'cArthur Inquiry WASHINGTON, June 23 UPfi-- V move to Summon W. Ave'rel Harrimon from Europe for test! mony on Far .Eastern policy was threatened today to prolong the Senate's investigation of Gen. Douglas MucArthur's ouster. Senator McMahon (D-Conn) told a reporter he plans to bring before the Senate Armed..^Services am Foreign Relations committee*, Monday the question of calling Harriman. W. J, LITTLE BEALTOR KEAF. ESTATE LOANS First National Bank Bldg. ,1'H. - 270 or 1305 THEQ V. NELSON OPTOMETRIST Modern Eye Examination i*enBc* Duplicated Glnsscs Fitted Masonic Building . · I N S U R A N C E ·'. ' FIRE -- LIABILITY -- PROPERTY DAMAGE ' WINDSTORM---.HAIL --.AUTOMOBILE - BUILDING CONTENTS -- PERSONAL PROPERTY . . LOANS PERSONAL -COLLATERAL - COMMERCIAL STATE FINANCE CO, INC. 117 Eiii Grlggi Phone 161 "BOOKS CLOSED". Charge purchase! made balance of this month will appear on your August statement. END OF MONTH · You'll' jet Double Savings at Ihe Popular during their E. O. M. Sale. Values : plus your Green Stamps. Be early for choice selections. END OF MONTH SPECIALS IN READY-TO-WEAR DEPT. SPECIAL GROUP DRESSES . . . . .". . . . $4.95 - 8.95 -10.95 -12.95 Values formerly $8.95 to $35.00 We grouped together a large selection of Voiles, Lace, Cottons, Nylons/ Jerseys, etc., in famous makes, and reduced Ihem especially for this event. Dresses you'll enjoy wearfng now and right on through the summer. END OF MONTH SALE LADIES'SUITS- $9.95 These formerly sold at $19.95. Strutter, Coed, by a famous brand. You'll find oiher suits on sale diirlhr/' this eveni. · · · · ' . ' _ · · - · ' · ' : · · r '· -i END OF MONTH SALE LADIES' BLOUSES . . . $1.98 - 2.98 - 4.98 Formerly sellin gat $3.95 - S8.95 - S12.9S. But out they go at iheso low prices. Be early for choice values. END OF MONTH SALE LADIES'HATS $2.98 You'll find values io $7.95 in this group of Smart Straws. You still have a lot of 11 mo left to wear these. E. 'O. M. SALE REMNANTS Hundreds io select from. AH kinds in'the group OFF SHORTIE PAJAMAS They're cool for Iheso hoi nights. A famous brand. Our regular $2.98 value-$1.98 E. O. M. SALE Children's DRESSES A special group of these. Good range of sizes. Values to S5.9S-- $1.98-2.98-3.98 SEERSUCKER BILLYALLS Wa made a special pur: chase of these. Regular', S1.98 valu-- 98c END OF MONTH SPECIALS IN PIECE GOODS DEPT. COHOMAS IMPORTED SILK SHANTUNG . . . . . . . . $2.98 '. ' Regular $4.98 value,- solid colors. Beautiful malarial al such a low price. COHOMAS SILK PRINTS-SILK ORGANDIES . . . . . . . . $1.98 Here's your opportunity to sew and save with these tine fabrics. Regular $2.90 and $3.98 value*. BEMBERG SHEERS - PIMA CLOTHS CREPES 69c A group of these materials that formerly sold io $1.79 yard, displayed en special tabU for . only 69c yard. GOOD HEAVY QUALITY BUTCHER LINENS . . . . . . 59c yd; Our regular 98c values--during Ihis sale only--59c yd. . MEN'S SHIRTS Short sleeves. A special purchase of these, formerly up to $2.98 $1.98 MEN'S SHIRTS Beautiful floral designs, from a famous maker. Our regular $2.98 values-$1.98 MEN'S SOX A slight irregular. Values 65c to Sl.OO. E. O. M. Sale-3 pairs 98c MEN'S S H O E S A group of broken sizes and styles of a famous brand, only-$5.95 END OF MONTH SALE LADIES'SHOES CONNIE^- JACQUELINE SHOES . . $4.95 5.95 White, Brown WMU, Blue Whito, in famous nationally advertised styles thai formerly sold at $6.95, $7.95. S9.95. ·...:. ODDS ENDS LADIES' CHILDREN'S SHOES $1.98 You'll find wondt'rful values in Ih's group that formerly sold to $5.95. Be early for choice valuis. WE GIVE : ' / SH GREEN STAMPS Popular SHOP THE MANY. UNADVERTISED VALUES

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