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Sunday Morning, June 24, 1951: LAS CRUCES (N. M.).SUN-NEWS ' : SUN NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ABVEMHDfO MMmm nkarfe .... .'.·, . . . : .· FtimtTlroe ..tcptrma 8ubM4MBt Charfe . i'.Je per WM All clHin«l afe mmt be In t 1* A.M. Monday UuTWfh Frt*. · to Imure publlcatloa la that day -; j laaue. Oaitlfled advertMInt fc ; SundajrM /paper mint h» la by 1 ; A.M. Saturday hwralnr. · .Cuh mint accompany order o , all claiiined add except to tao. kavtnc regular dliptoy aavertUla · charffc-' aocouats.' , ' All claaoHiM adv.-rtitlac tarn bo achedutcd for a dBuHlae perM MM day or more, and it oritora ·id act there will be ao nAih ' Adi mu.t be KbedvlM a toflntt mtnibsr of daya and K ntamt will be made OB cianHltd adv«c ' -twafr ·" . :··.. . ': ..... Any damn for crcflt or add! tlonal insertion, of dammed a« due to errors occurlng In aaiwr IlKineBt.mnt.bt mad. day M tawint- puMliUaf .(· adrertUe meat ' " ' . ' · ' PHONE 1.1 or M Z CARD OF 'THANKS CARD Or THANKS Our sincere 1 thanks to our man] friends and. neighbors for. all the! kindness during our recent timt of sadness. The ' beautiful flora offerings u'ere jfreatly appreciated Mrs. Dalia C. Sanchez Mrs. F. U Candelaria Mrs. R. S. Roll, Jr. Mrs. E. S. Reese Mrs. Alfred Tl. Camuncz Mrs. A. M. Gill 69-lp-60 J-- SPECIAL NOTICE used. We : 'repAlr. all make*,STEVENS FURNITURE CO. ' M« N. Main. Phone «77. . 1-tfn RUGS CLEANED Culling - Sewing: - Binding Phone 282-R ' ' ' · Furniture. Exchange · . 88-tfn WHY BUT IN EL PASO- WHEN you can do better at Stevens .Furniture Co. . · l^ttn USED FURNITURE Bought and'Sold · Phone 282-R Furnilure Exchange . .\ : .'.-. . ......' 68-tfn ALCOHOBIC8 A N O N Y M O U S ' Box SOI. Phon'e 1H7-J between , .. 7 and 10 p. m. '. , 1-tfn Have you been 'hot and bothered the last few days? .if -you' have why not let the Farmers Market help you' out/with a new; nir conditioner? 'We havelboth' 1 the refrigerated type and evaporative coolers. ' These coolers ·wilt make your comfortable and regain your disposition.-. Call 333, Your Checkerdalc Store. ·FARMERS MARKET . 68-3c-70 6-- SERVICES Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM . · PHONE -'310 ' DRUM ELECTRIC . . . . . - · ' · ' 29,ttn GALL700 . · . · S .W Construction- .Co... FREE ESTIMATES ..... ·'· "'.. ;'.. -'·:''. : I^TFN' Are .'you thinking · of painting : your' floors? . Wcil.'^-.yo'u.necd- n't put il'offnh'y'-longer because.' you- think .It's ,txj;'much v trpu bic.' Send y.o'urwife'to^Fafm'ilrs^Ma'rV': 1 ket and let us jteli. her how. .'easy it -is. 'to 'do'.Uie job- '\yjth". bevdo" F.ioor'' Deck -Enamel! H makes' -the job easy; arid 'inexpensive.^ i protects ancL' v beautlfies your floors OVERSIGHT.-:' Ton.; at-' tractive colors make it easy to choose one for every room in thfi house. If you can't get your wife to do the job for you tell us and we will get you a painter. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store . 68-.1C-70 7-- HELP WANTED WANTED, LOCAL TRUCK DRIV- ei-3 for freight,. Border Tnrck, 221 East Mny. . 67-tfn h 10-^HELP WANTED F«nak r* WAITRESS .WANTED. APPLY I * ..person, 1250 W. Picach'o. '67-tf T W.AN..TED--- EXPERIENCE J .waitress; JTper shift; The Boe . ton Cafe.' ; ' · : · ; . 68-^7 * 12-- FOH HEN'i- ROOM FOR .GENELEMAN 50 s north Alameda. -'69-7p-7 * FOR RENT NEAR STATE COL lege', S i-oom home, roof air coo: 1 tt,' completely., furnished,. HWM ' month. .Write Box 128,- La 1 CriicW. · ' . : ' ' ' · ' .' : 67-4p-7 e FURNISHED,'3 ROOM, ;.IODER^ · r house. -Inquire 1041 N. Sccbnc " St.- 67-3p-6 . ROOM, PRIVATE ENTRANCE 1 .reasonable. Call, mornings 21£ West Hadleyi phone 946-R'. · - './; - .'· ... ..'..-. : .' 67-3C-6S NEW- APARTMENT, ELKCTIUC Kitchen. 426 McClure Road. ··'-' ' . - . · · · - . . . - · 65^70 FURNISHED, AIR COND.~CAB1N . for. couple, ph. 151 «r. 383-J.,. - ' · · · - · · . I- . , . .· ;57,tln OR . S-ALE., ONE .BEDROOM " house, 700 East Court and.Man .zanlta. ''. ·· 68-3p-70 FOUR ROOM APARTMENT IN Old McBilla. Furnished, J50.:00 per. month, phone 34?,-W after 6 p.- hi. . . . . . 49-tfn 1 APT., 2 .BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 12S :West La» Crucei. ph. 732-R. , · · . '-i-tfn 2 ROOM APT. Ji-qiiNISH!)D, AIR cooled, States Court. · 51-tfn FURNISHED. ' LOVELY, O, N E bedroom house'. Tiled '-kitchen, near busline; 1450-J. ' 67-2p-68 LARGE. MODERN .BEDROOM. " '. fui-hished. Private .bath and en. trance.', Phone 110-W or '1120 for appointment. A. -L. Williams. · . . . . ·' · · 6S-2c-S! AIR CONblTIONEb ROOM, PRI- vntc bath and entrance... 559 Brown Road, phone 455-W.: . . . - -- · . -68-3P-70 3 ROOM APARTMENT DUPLEX, 622, 624 South Esperanza. -r. \ quire at 618 Esperanza Grocery, unfurnished. - . . 6it-3c-71 1 BEDROOM MODERN 'HOUSE, furnished; on Foster- street, adultb,- {60.00.' Phone 0287-J5. \-''', ' : . ' , · · . · ' - . " - . 68-1C-69 20 i FOOT, -.'.COLUMBIA HOUSE trailer, one. Dixie- gas .range, 'other household furnishings, .call 743-M. ' . .I' 1 -. . -' 69-lp-69 1^-WANTED T.Q SENT : · TWO: OR, 'THREE. -BEDROOM house, urifui-niah6d, . for working couple' .and high -school . age daughter. ' Call'. 1010. after 5.4). m;'j795-J. . . . ' . 68-3p-70 IS-- FOR SALE · TWO .-.R p O M, . .,- MASTERBILT traiicr .house,., J785.00. See', at Idaho ai\d POCOK, phone 1513-'jV: '. : " . ' · r - - -·-.·-· ,67-3p-69 VACATION 'PLAYMATES, REG- ist'ered , cocker- spaniel. -'puppies; blonde; or. ..black, pli," '/1?7-J;. .- ' 11.00 and up On f ool. " J1.25 and lip .dressed.' Dr. Morton Poultry . 'Farm-'lB2b' ; .W. -Hadley, ph. ,837- .l*!.;' ' ; · . ' ·.'' : " i :'. · - . ' ;42;lfn' UOOL) UbBD THUCB. SHOOK Tire Co.-- . . . . , .'·; : - - ''-Mfn SEAT COVEft 'B A R G A'l N 3 Shook Tire' Co; ' : ; : - ·' 1-tfri GENERAL- CONTRACTok - ' . Rolig-h 'lumbar,, planed lumber, mddera*! 'price, Pee Gee Palnti,- ;all'colot .. '-Have Bfickrete, build-' ing block, 'red i.. buff.: SMITH'S Lumber Yard.-' Cor. i Madrid fe. MeKjliite.''PH.;i456 1 Jl '. : -, 2?-'tfn .' ^ . - . . - . . - , - , - . - : - . , , - . , · ^Ve.'vi. been ^o'bhsy :( with; o(ir." islilc that,' I h'avon'.t said* anjVl ithihg. abbut-iike'"'and'..iliite' Tor.' a long time. -, Mike is -so big.:ftn'(i fat.Hha't.Vc'ih'oul'd-bUtcher him;. '.n'ncLvc would Vjve long ajo'.but 'Ike isn'tV.fat 1 enough "''. yet. 'Vllte.- only .weighs 182 ibs. . a'nd % Mikc weighs 212 Ibs.' Mike"' lins :a temporary reprieve until Ike weighs n little more. You can make money on hogs i f . you feed them Purina feed like Mike lias been fed on, of course. You'll lose money on regular grain fed hogs the way Ike has- been raised. Ike has eaten 714 Ibs ofvfccd and Miko ate 613 Ins. of feed. It cost 15c a ]b. for every pound of pork on Mike fed wlUi Purina.- and cost 21.9. cents per pound of pork on Ike. ! 15-- FOR SALE BATTERY . RAISED CARNISI Hamps, . 7 weeks old, pulle " priced- at' n bargain if. bough V.now, also fat -fryers $1.00 cacl 0289-JB. , '- , - . - - ' ' 69-H-7 ONE UPRIGHT' -P.IANO Must -sell by; Monday. Call ' liSl-M'or see at 143 vv. Lucero. 69-1C-69 16-- WANTED TO BUT HlOHfeitiT i'KlCUa PAlt FOf tuied pino». Steveni Furaitun Co. 318 N. Main. Phone C 1 77.' · · 1 · . - ' . . ' . l-t'fr HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E ·Ajiy condition. We bur anytbini of valui. Phone 931-J. Vliduc Salrafe Tard, 24 W. Picacho ! ' 1-tfn 17-- REAL ESTATE For Salt ATRACTlVE. TWO. BEDROOM . home, reasonable. Must sec to appreciate.- Also nice large build ing lot, 0299-R1.. 66-4p-6B ATTRACTTVK, TWO BEDROOM modcru l .hoUse. 1 l^ blocks from State College. Phone 0389-R1. · 68-3p-70 2'B. v R. mdn. home, good loca- .tloni ,will take good' car in, tip to 51,500.00. $10,500.00 .. 3 B.:R. mdn., best of locations (new) 514,000.00 3.B/R. mdn., new $12,600.00 2 B. R., best of locations, FHA approved * · ... . - . : ?10,000.00 2 B. R. mdn., a ne\v house, breezeway,- large garage $11,500.00 BUR'ES'H REALTY co. JOHN LOUIE - 0184-J3 Sunday 1578-J . 6S-2C-70 SECURE. INVESTMENT AND HOME 7,ro6m'. brick, every convenience,, bath, sink, natural gas sewer, shade, trees large, 2 tele- room house and 2 room house on same land. N. Alainendra. Special price $8,000, terms. . 2 new houses on 5 lots, 8 blks. College. Bldg. sites. Terms to ' suit from owner, good title. 700. lots to .choose .from. Come by. and 1 look rwhat 'we .have, we are not high pressure salesmen, and Independent listings. BUNCH'S REAL ESTATE - . ..; Ph.-1530-R :'."·' .'.' . . - " · ' f 66-4C-6!) lihder'-'Ali Is The Land 1219.N.--RAY-MOND: Dandy 2 b. r. Modern', home, almost new. One block from Alameda schoo . . · ' . . · ' *s',ooo:oo " 1800- W. AMADOR: 3% Ac. Fairly, good 2-b; r. house with baUl and . laundry mi. and a large 3 rm. house (not modern). Terms. $11,000.00. LAUNDROMAT.- HDW.. APPLIANCE STORE - APT. HOUSE .-· MOTEL - BAR CAFE. . . .'·' 'FRED .-JOHNSON or. YANGY..CLARK, Realtors- 438 N. Main- · '. Ph. 535 or 874 - , ' · ' . . .'. · 69-20-70 2 B. R; nicin.' house, FILA approved, - a . honey ' : ' ?IV,600.00 2 B. R.-'mdn.. near. Upper College Rd. -Will take good pick..up in. . - ·' . ' · . . .- '.-' · ' ' ;$4,250.00- . 2. B.-Jl. mdn.,^ncar grade school, .A good 'buy ia't: -..-. .' .'·SB.S.ad'.OO ' . Good business bUlg., On highway / ·'.,·., ''.,;$i0.ooo.po . - . - ; · : · · ' Ijist youo properly wlUi us. ·No-'.oBi'igat'lbhsf-'it'^-ypufs.- - - ' : BUREgH REALTY-CO. 1 '.'· JOHN '. t. LOUIE- - 0184-J3..Sum]ay ·'"'·· ' .1578-J ' ., :';'-' ; ;'"-'.'.i : - - ·"'. . 6S-2C-.89 19 acres, with .cotton crop. Ijirge cement house $15,000.00 Slnflll Cafe, dolng.g'ood business 54,500.00 5 Acres, 6" well, chicken houttc, several pecan and fruit trees-- $6,000.00 2ft .'Acres. 2 modern houses, 6 argc outbulldlng.i {7,000.00 5 rooms, 2 baths, large business bldg. Ideal for · garage, service station and cafe -- An- DOUBLR. PUHPOSK WED-' D1NG-AND-EV1SNING DRESS-Comes from the summer collection of a New York designer. The peplum jacket, of white embroidered lace buttons over the slra less bodice of the \vhitc net dress, fashioned ovrr taffeta. .;A'. y. Drdi'ltutUtttc-I'hoto) Botanists have identified about 300,000 different species of plants. ._ n n « T « · . NEW, '-' ' ' ' WELL CONSTRUCTED, LARGE SUBURBAN HOME . 3 bedrooms, den, forced ail- heating system, electric dishwasher, 1 % baths, extra largo amount of storage space, living room fire place, also outdoor fireplace. 20x30 foot gRfagc and .maid's' quarters with % bath 'and laundry tubs. Several nice large shade trees. A truly fine home. · Price $24,000.00, terms: HIGHWAY REALTY Albert Socolofsky, Realtor t^o. -on Highway 80 Ph. 1403 6B-2C-70 | i 18-- BUSINESS Opportunity ' 1049 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN, less than ceiling price, ph..' MS. .. 63-tfn 19^-USED CARS Jr'or Site 1941 DODGE FOUR. DOOR SK- dan with '49 motor, $350.00, phone 136-R. 68-2p-69 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cru:es at ... C0LLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 1-tfn. 49 FORD, 3 PASS. O.D.. I1EAT- cr, radio,- Smitty mufflers, seat , covers, visor, water injcclor, · Injector, back-up light, niap L -. light, 2 new tires, $1.200.00. Mr: 1 Woods, Phone 23164, White Sands. . 65-5p-6ll COMPARE PRICES 3950 Studcbakcr 51495 J040 Kaiser 845 1948 Nash 745 1948 Ford Pickup . . . 795 1946 Jeep,, new motor, 4- . .' 'CULLOM : BUICK CO.':-: .-' '. .'. . 67.-3.u-60' Large ..Pass. Bus, n e w . . ., 1 1 motor $ 750. '; '·18 Floc'Llinc.'.RiH 1045 B -'48 Stylmaster, new. mo- ' ' J- * tor, RSH . . . . ; . : '1045, -'46 Plymouth,- just overhauled ..,.·,, 695 '42 Chcv., RAH 495 '41 Chcv. Club 475 '40 Chev. Coupe 325 r '30 Chcv. Coupe 268 '37 Chcv. Coupe 16D Several other cars 550.00 up COX USED CAR LOT 304 N. Main Phone 30-.I ,, 67-3C-69 PAGE FIVE Employes In Stale Receive $10,000 In Back Wages A' total of 52 : Nyw'.vMi:xico employees were belter off'by 510,87-1.- 86'ttiis month as a restitution of back^wages'.pat(i"dm;ng; -May by nine New Mexico employers under the Federal Wage-Hoar Law. .-· The .totals were disclosed by the Wage anil Hour and Public Department .of Lfibor, 'Albuquer- diifvfiuch rcKtitiiUons, he.said, resulted from Federal investigations over the state,. " t . The amount.' of restitution of back" wages ,by. individual. .New Afexico employers during the month just passed ranged frgm a low of $41.33 to u high of $3.276.73. For the total of 52 cmploy- ees-to whom restitution was paid, the average for'.cach amounted lo $20!U3. The payments were restitution for failure: to comply with t h e . It is estimated there are ubuut; 1,000'miles of. toll roads in the; United Slates, and many hundreds of miles more have been authorized. :£ . The trilllum U tlio official flower of Ontario, Canada. minimum wage and overtime provisions of the Federal Wape am! Hour Law, which applies to employees engaged in interstate commerce or in the produt-tfon ol Roods for interstate commerce. MEYEB DAVISOH Plumbing .HHting Col - ,-- Contr»ctori-- If You Are For It We Have "The Thing" Just Pick Up The Phone And Give Us A Ring SHOOK TIRE CO. MICKEY MOUSE by WiHDisne; ' SAVjTHAT'S SNVELL... COME ON OVER I' Ar-!P SKINS TMLM AMLLION DOLLARS WITH VUH ! I /H^^TOE 1 t^u DIDM'T DO SO WELL AS A 8OMANTIC STAK, 'PKV-SULCK!'... BUT SVE'VE OECIDgP TO C3\\-~ .VOU A AMLLION-DOLLAS CONTRACT TO PLAV COMiDY! THE LONE RANGER by Fran Striker WELL GOTO OUR CAMR BATES VC WONT BE SAFE WHILE BATES LIVES! I RIGHT SOMEONE DIP BNO BATES,' MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Robinsoi ANYONE HERE? GUESS NOT-THIS PLACE IS CERTAINLY DESERTED- WELL--THISISTHEPLACE WHERE I'M SUPPOSED TO BRING THIS BOX/ HELLO IN THERE-- LITTLE ANNIE RQONEY THE HUNIf CONTINUES FOB THE (:'(·' ESCAPED T16ER-TME SHERIFF '«; by Brandon Waist =^-/ THE TKER IS TERRIBlirt ·? -FWV-BUT rHERt'S AN I ft AWFUL LOfOF IIUWTTRS! -,n Akl'oojrrru'^nru'TL.'Ervii IT'IDOKS-.LIKE THE \ - .··3.^, SCORE IS MOTHING .\ k ·"/ · ^.Kt'^'-J SURE-THAT WILL Gl(* YOU AM INTERESr TO.WHILErAWAV WE r^' HAPPY HOURS -TOMORROW I'LL BRING YOU A CENTURY PLAMT PRErrV50ffl.' TriEYll KEHCH THE: TIGER AN 7 N EVERYBODrWiLL FEELGLAD BELIEVES TtlE WILV MAH-CATER ^ m-{A*S ±1 TIGER IS HIDDEN IN TilE SWAMP- HE WILL I ^ --3L OFOLDlE-J: CONTINUE THE HUNT UNTIL- BIG SISTER /~---~=-. .(jr^. Jjy Lee Falk and Phil UavlT 8--HELP WANTED MALE BOY WANTED FOR GENERAL yard, work, npply 020 North Aln- mcdn. 69-lp-69 ARE YOU . tired of working for WAGES or are you growing older without a bright future? Old established company has openings for men In a business.of their own where profits arc excellent and no capital necessary. Car or panel truck essential. ' ' Write A. C. MYERS 240I-L«rlmer St. So it cost almost 7c per pound more to fcc] Ike than It did to feed Mike. You, too,'can nave money by feeding · your hogs Purina Feed. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store ·. «8-Sc-70 ATTENTION C O N TRACTORS, Rex 7S cement mixer, good con- dltlon, -phone,OJM-R8.. 8-3p-7(l HOT;POINT ELECTRIC .WASH- er In excellent condition, CM W, Lan Crticea Avc. I'll. 728, · 6f)-3i-7; VERY S.M/LL. HOMKMALi'K: aluminum houmlraller, best of nutcrlnl a n d workmanship. ;-HHchixmd ·tltm.-lMl*:Hmi!ir7' thony, Tex. 2 B. R. modern home, Lunn £ Arizona sts. $5.250.00 2 B. R. modern home; 2 2- room apts., furnished J8.750.00 4 Room modem hom, Mcsllin Park J3.200.00 Q B, It. modern home, lots of shade and fruit trees 3MM.OO .1 B. R. modern home, ideal location $10,750.00 Lola for.aalc, or will build to suit buyer. A. T. COX'REALTY CO.. ,304,IJ, !iln....,;.;,,.,Phqn!!.835 BUT AQENT XOU ^" INDEcO I AMi'I'D GLAD WE TOOK WB NYALK AMlLEOUTOr 6HOBT CLTT AND Bpj MV WAY TO AVOID .MISSED HIM? P. MSSTISJS HINil ' gP*3§p£p? iiTfrft^ -«. {-TV* 1 ' ^^. · ^'jt . I r nrmcrs Market has done it again - first to hitvc (i Force- Feeding Cube for entile. Every cattle man has wanted a feed that they could put nut once n week and not have the cattle cat It all nt once. We now have n mineralized cattle cube--ZZ% Protein ~ your stock will ell about two younds per day--no more, and drink lots of water. No waste because the wind won't hlow It awny and at a price you can afford lo pay.' Carload price $85.00 per ton. Write or call tor fret sample. FARMEfl.1.MARKET . Ph. 333 . .Your checkanlal* Slore DON'T RUM,DONNIE IN PLEMTVOFTiME FOP M£ MOVIE

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