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tGE EIGHT' LAS CRUCES W. M.), SUN-NEWS Sunday Morning. Junf,24,, 1951- cites LEGION MOVES ON NARCOTICS Regular'and special church notices are printed without charge each Sunday rriorn- infi in The Sun-News. In order to assure prompt publication ui your church's notice, please deliver, typewritten, to the Sun-News office by noon Friday. ^ It. Genevieve's Church Kcv. I). .1. Klrpm, Pastor Manses loday a t : 0:30, 7:80. JO, !i : :io and Solemn I l i u h MaaH 10:3(1. Mouses on week-day. 1 ! at 0:30 d 7: »6. Xovena KI Our Sorrowful Mrith- Fliday at 2:30, 7:00 nnd S:00. .MIH-MX on .Sunday at 7:00.-and :00 RHiKio'.is instructlonii Immcdl- fly aft':i Hi* 1 10:00 Mns.5. cinifi'sHiiiii!! .Saturday from 4 to ::nd l i r m l 7 In !l p. III.. liiiptisiiii Hundiiy at 2:00 p. m. HAN VSIDHO CIIDKCII lli'V. II. -I. KlrKiin, 1'a.iliir Mass un .Sunday at 0:00. UNA ANA CIH1IICII Ol' OUK I . A I I V Or I'lIItiriClATION Kev. It. .'. KlrK I'aslor Mass on Sunday at H:uO. * HAI'r.I. or I'liK IMMAOUr.ATK I I K A U T OK MAIM' Idalm and I X p I l m Ktreela |[,-v. l. .1. lUrc.au, I'aslor Si. Andrew's Episcopal Church J]fl N n H l i Aliimedii, Las CmceH Itev. Ham-roll I'. Binltu, Keolor [i:lii] a:m. Cliuicii M-hool and N u r - ·!·· 'i. il:l»l a.m. Mmniiil; prayer and '·ni!"ii. , , Nun..- The K nVIorli Communion c i v l ' '· iim:;t IK- i , m i l t e d u n t i l the e i l i i r ' ; ; i H u i i ] f i ' u r i vacation o n illy l"'l ft St. James' Episcopal Church ' ' College Itoiid, Mchlllu Turk . Ik-v. Hillierori I'. Smith, Vicar ,. .' . . ; rhinr-ii school for Prl- -. l i l i i i l e r i f u i l i m , and Nuriieiy children In tile Parish lioime. 1:1.", a.m. Mornlni; I'riiyer and icinion. ( N o t e : Diirlni; tlie uiim- iier l l i t - l e will Iji- lU' 10 o'clock : l i n i c l i Hi-lKiol ini'elluK. Younger l i l l d l c n w i l l iiu-et at ll:'iri for I n - H I ' S and aervk'i'. Older yoiui[; ieo|,li- w i l l worship at the l l : i r i · · j u r e u i l l i t l r i - l i part-ill;.. Fi'/si Christian Church Mil iS'n. Aliimeila Hev. l-'rlliu-ls I.. Wheeler, ' M i n i s t e r ' A. .1. Itueilerer, Slipl. VAO I'niyor" Hand. 0:45 .Sunday School. l l ; l i ( l MurnliiK Woiship 0:00 (.-hi Him 7::iO Kv.-nlnj; Seivlce 7:0[l \Vei!ne:iday Choir Pritcll'M Church ol Christ Knnilny Sj:hool 1(1 11. nl. Monilni; Worship 11:10 11 .m. Communion 12 noon I'.ihle .Service fl:.'IO p. m. KvrnliiK Worship 7 p. in. First Baptist Church .lutin H. Purrolt Tli.ll.. I'lmtor lUi. Jm- I f " Wuffonl, Jr., Hccy ,Mrn. U. a Stldlmm, Oritmilst Sunday Krhoo! il:-lO a. m. MorniiiK Worship 11:00 u. in. Tralninr, Union 0:30 p. m. Kvi'iiinn Worship 7::iU p. m. You an' I n v i t e d In worship w i l l ll;; In our n'rvii'vs today. In t l nl);,«afe ol 1 llic pastor, fiene Wof fc.id will be In III'- pulpit. I l l momillK' in'Ssa}U' Will he "AxllUm ed" and the. evcnlni; uli'SSiiK' "'ruin Vom Kyes Upon .liwilfl. 1 Tht- film "Tin' Third Mlswnar, .li.urney" will In' shown nl Ihe clos n( the evening worship pi-noil. Seventh Day Advontist W.I.A. Hull, .11(1 N. lli'jlllollll I.. K. l^rrln, KMcr Snlilmtli Scliool, D:SO n. m Clnsses for all nfiwi. Vlsllorn a wnyH wclconic, : Wnrnhlp Servlco 11:00 », ro-^ 6 · : Grandview Mission Arlynna. .V Ompiirro Kundny Hehool -- OM11 ll. l Mornliifi Worship ··- 11:00 .«.. I St. Anthony's Church Antliuny,. New Mexico Itev. I-oomin Uikosliinmi, Poalor MOBS, Spanish HOrmon, 8:30. W.'iss and English Sermon ]0:45. Maaacn during Ihe week'at 7::iO ·i. m. Tlio First anil Third Sunday" Masses nl Uerlno, N. M., at 9:30 i. .m. The Second nnd Fourth Sunday Mass al 0:30 a. in. In Chambcriim, N. M. liaptlum Sunday, 2-4 p.m. Assembly of God 7lli and Van PatlCH Il:v. B. E. Frniiku, riutor .Mr. Krcd Ares Supt. Sunday School cacn Sunday, bc.- Klnnlne at 0:45 a. m. Preaching service begins at H:00 a.m. Evening service begins at 7:30 with music by orchestra. Tuesday ovcnlng prayer and Hlljlc study. Friday evening Christ Ambassador service by Uie young people of the church. Kadio program 8:30 to I) n. m. ciich Bumlny mornliii; over KOIIK. a Church of the Nazarene on \Vc«t picmiUu H-v. l.viimn SiiHsbury 9:4.1 Hunilny Hnhonl '' ri):50 MurnliiK Woi-flh'lp 7-.OD N. Y. I 1 - S. anil Junior.'). 7:45, Kvonlm: SHrvlcn. 8:00 WciliHVKlAy, pniyer mei-t- inn. Uo;j;nir lo iiUcml CJntrch nnnin- t'liisVi'. 1 You u.re iilwnj'H welcome il (In; Cliiircli of 1h« Kn?,urrn«. * First Presbyterian Church UIH C'nit'iiH Av«iHH' MH\ Arinljrt Iluv. Ii-ninlc r. limit* YOU m^ iiwilcd to \vni?)iip »ny nf Ihi- ricivlt'CH K«t«y ill U (iinmlview iwiptM rhnpcl. , * Second Baptist Church I. NnmlM-l SnlHlmr, I'anlor' 0:^0 a. ni. Rundny School I I n. in. Moinlni.' Woiiitilp. . Suhjorl: IJio Illrlhiliiy of S|il llnal llolliilnn" . . |):SO Tr.ilnhlK union "Tlio VJpper Mooin". f h l p with u». \Vi cnlcf'to wuif.hl iiiul.dppnil to xi'ivc." ·· - 0:-iri. Chlireh lir.huul, Oarar 11. l a c l i , !iii]i(!rliitiinili!iit. .11:00. illich miraery. 11:00 Mnrnlni; onihlji Service. ITi-luili: - "AKIIIIS Onl". ^. "I- 1. Allii'i-ln Curry al the I . I K U I I . il,, . "ih,. Ijiol Choid," Sir Ar- ur Sullivan. M o u l s ICvnns. t,-n- O f f e l t o r y - "Miililiitliin," C. lli'illler. Hi'l'llion . "Tin.' jMont npoilHnt ICplHlIn", (5«urK 1 K. Hit- ·, KUesl iipi'iiki'i'. I'o3tlude --· -'esttval Maroh," Hatnlel. Church of Christ HOO .Vortli JUniniln 1'lujil II. Morton Phillips Chapel C. M. E. Church: Ke.v. 0. Thompson,' Pastor Sunday He.hool, 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m. Epwnrth league, 6;30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Everyone is Invite! to attend iur aiirvlcea. * Church of God American JjCJJIon -Hull M.'tH Soiilh Main Simdny school, 0:-13; Morning Knrvlcc, lOMH; Young People's nieeUnK, 7:00. Evpiiinf; Evangelistic service, 7:45 p, m. "A unified service in a divided world, 1 .'^ A hearty welcome awaits you flt nil our eervlccH + Church o'f Jesus Christ Lalier Day Saints (Mormon) WTA Building Raymond and. Court Keith Roinney Brunch President. Sunday School, Earl Carbine, superintendent, 10 n. m. Chuich Hci'vice, 11:25 a- m. United Pentacostai Church 118 West Chestnut Kev. \V. K. Vox. SorvlncH ImM nt 7:10 p. m. Wcd- ncHdiiy, Friday ami Sunday. Sunday Siilmnl--H) a. m. Service ut 11 n. in. First Baptist Church Mi'slHn I'urk Alvln SwiNiriiiKUii* Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Wurahlp Service, 10:50 a.m. Churcli Ninnury, 11 a. m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 o'clock. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m., Wednesday. Choir practice, 7:30 p.m. Thurn- dtiy. Regular Primitive Baptist treasurer Seeker Probes For Lost Gold, Fmds Tin Pot' CONFERRING AT THREE-DAY American Legion conference on narcotics in New York are (from left) A'ustin McCormick, U. of California crirninolo^Lsl; Leo V. Lanning, Buffalo, N. Y., Lp£ ion" narcotics enm- mittco member; licv*. Kthvard .1; Cnrncyi T^awrcncp, Mass., executive assistant to the national commander; Clarence E.. C/rosn, Ciiicago, Legion narcotics com.niUcc member.. . (International) Oranges in California today are! sold, for niorq per. year than the j entire production of tiic fiimoiis California feoiti * fields w h i c h brought the gold ruch.of 1849. Says Truman to Run . i STANDING nt White House entrance following; a talk with President Truman, former.-prcsidential nido Jonathan Daniels predicts Truman will run for re-election as Prrr.ident in 10W. (IiilcrntilionulJ The iiK'* ( l aposltu Jnhn once iid "1 wiiti In Un 1 H p l f l t \m t h e jtmVii day." if yuii mi; in t u n )UU of wornhi[ · ou IhlM I ay tin 1 Church .of Chrl.il. 800 'orth M i i a n d u extends In you f a ·otconit! lo worship with Iwv. The Jlbli! si-liuul mei'lK tht« morning I HMB. Preaching will 'lie nt 10;- fi hy the liinil mlntstcrH Kloyd II. {ortun. Cimimmiioii will hi! al 1:45 a. in.. Tin* Hlblc Hi-hnol also Herts luiluy ut 7:00 p. m., and in-ncliUi(» will ho nl S:00 p. m. Tin- inld-wei'k prayer .s«M\'U'os jiul Hlhlt* flrhool maulK. Wciln««- lny al K:00 p.m. Tin* radio JJJOH- ·I IjiiitulCUril is hoard rndi Kun- lay inurnlnK fi«in,S:00 lo 3:.'10 ov- ·r'l\()HlC. MfiO Itlt. Y U U nrr «Uva\a velcomc to nu-c.l foi worship w i t h ln Cliiirrli ui' Chri.sl, whoiv you vill hi'iu- Hi* 1 OD.-ipcl of Christ. *. St. Paul's Methodist Church A. O. DoUKluH I'listor Oirl .liu-olw, Dln-ctur »r aiunln. Mrl*. KtiiuH'tli l*cn»U-r, t)r|;i*nlnt. K, A. V*lonllnp, Supt. of Clittrcli Mrs. O. H. IluiiHHIh. (liurch .Si-cy. Clmn-h Sfhonl for I'Vi'iy fi-tiiip »t l : l f t . Moininn wu at ifttfa. The tqieelal nui^U- HHiruiiiK will t'onjiiht of HIP fo hi}*: Aullii'in: "St-i'U \V The l.mtl" hy HobiTts. SololM. poiuiht Hnis- \\vll. O f f i - i t o r y : Cuidlc Sann hy IliitlliiK' Ht'unnn them.'; Tin- A«- Dioiiiy aini rdtiiiiimul of .UvtiiM. I N m l l u d e ; Toi'aHu In n Minor hy Vrsjier Seiviri- n\ 7::i'0 "fi tltr lawn nf A.VM mlle^e. W»* i-*lr».l a rm-illiil lnvit:iti»n In tlnwi- not (illt'iidiliH I'lju-wlteH 1 . Fairacres Baptist Church Hulo T. Turner, Vuslur OMfl n. in, Sunday Rrhnol. I I n. m. Momtni; wornhlp. Hiiplliil Tinlninj; Union 7:00 p.m. Kvt'iilitjj \\'itin|il|» Ntoo p.m. We oMrml » hcmly weU-uiiU' to nil who cult* In win fillip with U!l, in Itt-Ki (;iiiin'h Oil Mi'Hr Avenue ~ .lust «ff 2ml Si reel pur ri'^ular prcuchinjf Kt:rvire:i n r n un Ihe Unit and third Sunday.'i 10 lo 12 a. in. and on the Ettine nightfi of each month. Von are. invltod lo altuml »nd hear Hit! (lospL'l of Christ oiich KOI-vice and help HIHK this hymns our riiUiciiTimd mothers siuijf ·-- they don't urow (jlit. Our L'.iblu stuily is evory Wed- m.'.sday and is very beneficial to all win) love the truth us taught In G m l V w u i t l . Don't forget the time of each (x'rvicc. » Klrti-r I*. I.. -Junes, Minister M rs. (Veil Purlin, Clerk Ity'jACK SCAKLETT A 'modern prospector passed through Las Crucen last Friday, le Is -Earl Borndt, 3G, of I-as Angeles. He doea his prospecting in a jeep-trailer conlbination, and hp uses a machine called a Goldack to locnte-buried treasure. The machine will locate metal beneath the ground for ns deep as 17 feci'and will reveal mineral ·eiiis in the ground. Wliile passing through Las Cruces Eerndt heard the, story of an Army payroll which had been bur-. ed in old Fort Keldon during an Indian attack on the U. S. Army outpost about 80 years ago. The soidiers who. burled the payroll, of coins, according to the story,, were killed In the attack a n d . t h e . loot was never recovered. Supposedly it Is still buried some- whore, within the area of or very near the fort. . So Berndt and a Las Cruces Sun-News reporter .went out to the fort and.proceeded to search '"fo'r the loot. Needless to say, no loot was found, but the Goldach machine gaye an interesting' dis- .play of Us detecting: powers. · 3t revealed the location of om fairly large piece of aluminum an pointed out the places where large leces of tin were buried. -It reveales the location of hidden metal by putting out n high vhlnlng cry when it is over the metal, or mineral, deposit. 'Of particular interest was Jerndt's traveling rig. It includes . jeep nnd a trailer which has all the comfoi;ts of home even running water. The top of -the trailer raises from the side-boards and makes tt screened-in sleeping porch. Berndt, who is un-married, says his Jiving expenses are very ligfit, since he does his own cooking and lias living quavters right with him';" '·"· i . ' · ' · ; ' : V v - ' Ip hid rig, Bm-ndt carries such varied' Items..as t ? adjustable A frames, water' 'canteens, :i shovels (in"case lie makes The Big Strike some day), and a camera. · * " ' .- He' has been over most "of the U. S. and a large, part, of Mexico, . · One of. his 'most interesting finds to date is a-500-600 year old ; pot found 'near Silver' Cltyl- it. was "made by the ^Timbres indlons r Hying in that region many centuries ago. The -harchaeological item is now in the Los Angeles county museum, PROMfT SETTLEMENT OF CLAIMS Phoioslalic Copies ". Keep an e*act copy oJ your Family Records and . Personal Papers Consult Las Cruces Abstract and Title Co. 129'/4 Main Phone 444 VALLEY NSURANCE AGENCY "L \ I tff U D L N T H AL , .__-- MASOMtC TFMPU ! · Nf 44 I Al ,: RL\ f L N '.A I x Spanish Baplisi Mission .^tv. I. Oiii/.imcil -- I'aslor Mr. :Mlsi|w7.--.Sniulay SclicKtl ,Su|»t. Sunday siJuiol -- 10:00 «. m. Moniinj; wniHliip -- 11:00 n. m. EVI-IUIIK wi.'shl]l -- 7:30 |i. in. Kviiiyom. IH turdliilly inviti'it Ir conn) aim worship wiUl tin. The pi'oplf thai wnlltctl in liiiril- nc.Srt liavt- SITU n f;r?al liiiln. Isiilali !l:l! Lutheran Church Lutheran church sen-Icon every lirsL ftnd third Snndny evening lit 8.p. in. Sunday ycluiol Is held at 7:J p. ni. Thomas Branlgtin Me- niurlal auditorium. Christian Science Services I)n»llfi:ln Library Sunday school l):30 a.m. . Morning service, 11 o'clock. Wednesday testimonial meeting, 8 p. m. "1« tlio Universe, Tnrludlng Man. Evolvwl liy Atoniiu KonvV" la the Ijwaoii-Scrninn snhjoct fnr Kun- lny. .lime 2'!. 10.11. i-.uliliill Tnxt: "Wo Rive lliee Ihiinli!!. O 1-onl Goil Ahnishty. which art, and wast, nnd ail..to colin!i IITOIU.W Ihuii ha»l uikcn lo Ihce thy power, and hnst i-olgn- ed." ed." I R n v . 11:17) Seimoti: Passages from llic 13i- ile ( K i n g .lame^ Version) Include: ·Know yi? that Die Lord lie is Cod: it la he thai hast made us, ..nd not v.'e tinrsolvra; we an 1 his people, and Iho sln-rp of IllB pun- inre." IPs. 100:1',) Correialivi? pasHnffCs from "Sci encc a n d . H e a l t h w i t h Ki-y to tin Keriptnres" by Miiry Blilter Eddy, iichnlf: '"I'he unii'Urse of Spiiil .efleets Hip creative power cif the divine [irindple, nr life, which re- prodnrt-s the nnUtiphcallon of the compound idea man." IpoMe ,107) Distinctively modern ser- vlcoi ihat retain ihe rov- eronl foalurel which, foi generations, have marked ISe passing of loved on«». VALLEY LOAN FINANCE COMPANY 1'22 West Griggs Ave. -- Las Crtices, N. M. -- Phone 818 LOANS - DISCOUNTS - REFINANCING · AUTOMOBILES - HEAL ESTATE - COLLATERAL , We Buy All Types of Contracts ---- . "It's Easy To Pay Our Finance Way" l'\ilmor Mi-iiuiriiil, in :\ parkliku visla, peaceful (]iiii.'t, provulr.s finor professional and Urlniifal service . . . kindly, respectful care. The kindlier, more reverent way. MORTUAHY nn:i CHAPEL "A HKpul.itiun for Fair Di-nlinjj 11 U92 North Main C.ll 1200 Only a Rose, and how we love it! Yet it is the commonest of flowers. It grows in every country, along every- roadway under the sun. Every nation appreciates f it. Perhaps it is HM-the..sunshine...the spring showers or the pearly dewdrops on its petals; all the more meanihglul . ., ,/jccause so universal. God made the Rose: Children carry them for their favorite teacher. Lovers weight thenv . down-with deep and intense affection for their beloved. Mature. home lovers are brightened by their'fragrance and loveliness. The hours of sorrow are lightened and sanctified by'trie silent ministry of friends who find no other expression .of. sympathy quite so sat- · isfactory, Thank God for.the simple, wayside, wild rose. Thank Him for all the patented varieties' so .much sought after through-' out the'land. His rose by any other name would smell just as sweet. I t i s God's Rose. ' - · ' . · Can we not make the humble rose even more symbolic and glorious? Let the crystal purity ol her white petals symbolize lite everlasting. May she speak in reverent words of devotion, nnd love and God as she illumines His sncred pulpits all over the world. May she not testily to the omnipotence ol God and may her sacred and significant voice he that ol Him calling His children ^worship. God made the Rose! THIS SERIES OF ADS IS BEING PUBLISHED EACH SUNDAY UNDER THE SPONSORSHIP OF THE FOLLOWING CAMP RIO GROCERY MARKET "Make your dollars have more sense." si of Viaduct on SO' ' I'hone 289-W HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCE OOMl'AXY Appliances -- Sales -- Service -- Repairs r'lNEST 1'UMI 1 SKRVIOE i W. Grlggs Ave. Phone S08-W NELSON'S FUNERAL HOME 1 .. Complete. Understanding Service I S. Mnin Phone 106 VALLEY PRODUCTS COMPANY \Vholcsalo Orocerle.l · Tobacco 7-10 \V. Annular ' ' Thonc Oil P. R. BURN Cleneval Contractor A SOU-Carver iiiilg. Plionc 073 MH. AND MRS. D.'C. McCARTY PLUMBING and HEATING 412 N. Writer iPhonc 1013 . THRIFT GROCERY STORES STORE NO. 1 STORR NO. 2 110 W. Las Cruces Ave. 121: N. Main street Phones 70 unil 71 Phones 83 and SO J R GULF SERVICE STATION Truck Slop -- IM-Hollr Service -- Tires -- Butteries JOHN P. I1UPP anil RAY 11ONTIVILLE MOO W. Picucho Phono'.187-W SCOTT'S MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION PAUL SCOTT, Malinger. Washing -- Greasing -- Tires nnd Repair 1001 W. Picacho Phone.SS3-R. EQUIPMENT SUPPLY CO. OF N. M.. Inc. Allls-Chahners Kami Machinery m South Church i Phone 108

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