Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 25, 1951 · Page 5
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 5

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Monday, June 25, 1951
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I9S1 LAS CflOCES (N. M.) SUM-NEWS J SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ABvnnuiNa ift l'""in r».-f« . , ;·'. ' , ' , ; , , . , ffn tint Tine . .:...... ::4c per w*HI lufcuayent Our ft :, '.So per mt AU etaMUM Mi n»t to !· kr · A.M. ' M«4»y . t*rga(k Frill? a twin piitliatlM In lh»t itaj-c ·iiue./ Clarified advertHlBff for kuMtaj-i paper nut. be I* by 11 Uki. Saturday oiamiiic. : '..-'- Cuh mi»t accompany orter M iM dautflM ata except to tk«e lavliK regular tttaptay idvertttif Jurf-D KCotiitk · ' ' · Ail claMltM* advortMM ·'··· Me day. or more, aad'.lf ·ortf«re4 *4 Ht tatre will be ko ntu*. M Kkediiied a Artlnlte inilnr o( day* not ·. H iBfliliil Till to made « ekuaMM advw- jilac. Any claiau.for ;ereH *r adfc- lonal HwertloiM ·» cburifM ad* lot ta attorn oacurUf la adver- tKOKit mut bn Mad* day foi- *winf pubhialai iif adTorttae- i»«t ' ' ·. · v.:i : PHONE SI or M --LEGAL NOTICES HIE STATE OF- NEW MEXICO Call For Bids Sealed bids will lie opened. in the Office of; the State Purchasing Agent. Capitol : Bldg., -Santa Fe, at 11:00 A. M., "M.S.T. on July 5th, for painting at the N. M. School tor Blind, Alamogordo. Bid blanks with specifications available from O. T. McWhirter, State Purchasing Agent, Santa Fc. · Pub: June 25, 1901 ''Notice is hereby given Uiat THE 3TATE ELECTRIC CO. of Anthony, New Mexico was sold on May 7, ,1851 by PAUL R. BEESON to VICENTE CQSTALEZ and STEVE RUIZ, a partnership. All accounts ilie and owing THE STATE ELECTRIC CO. and all accounts owed jy said company prior to date of lale shall be paid to and by PAUL R. BEESON. After date of May 7, 1951, all debts accrued to THE STATE ELECTRIC CO. arc to be laid, and those accrued by the same, discharged at Anthony, New Vfexico where the biisincss will be continued by the said VICENTE COSTALEZ and STEVE RUIZ, a partnership, under the same name ami at the same address. PAUL R. BEESOM · VICENTE · COSTALEZ . ' STEVE RUIZ. Pub: May 28, June 4-11-25, 1951 State of New Mexico) ' ' County of Dona Ana) In the Pro bate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Pedro L. Jacqucz, Deceased. No. 17D4. NOTICE OF AIM-OINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR. Notice '.is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed administrator · of the estate of Pedro L. Jacqucz, deceased, by :he Probate Court of Dona Ana County, New Alexico. 'All. 'persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the lame within the time prescribed by law, or the same will be barred. This the 31st day of May, 1951. Alfredo -Jacquez Administrator, of the estate of Pedro- L. Jacqucz, deceased, Route - 1, Anthonv, New Mexico Pub: June 4-11-25, July 2. 1951 1-- SPECIAL NOTICE ·*WING"MA.CHINBS. NEW AND lued. We repair all maku. 8TEVENS FURNITURE CO. Jit N. Main. Phone 677. 1-tfn RUGS CLEANED : Cutting - Sewing - Binding . Phone 282-R; · Furniture Exchange · · . -.' . - . : · - . 68-tfn WHY . BUY IN EL PASO. WHEN you can do .betttr. at Steveni F.urrdturc Co.. , '. ' · ' '. 1-tfn USED FURNITURE ·" Bought' and Sold Phone': 282-R -.;· 'Furniture Exchange . . . .68-tfn ·ALCOHOBICS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801. Phone 1147-J between 7 and' 10 p. m. · . ' ' 1-tfl Have yon been hot and bothered the last few days? If you have why not let the Farmers Market help you out with a new air conditioner? We have both .tho refrigerated type and evaporative coolers; · These coolers will make your comfortable and 'regain your disposition. Call' 333, Your Checkcrdalo Store. FARMERS MARKET 68-3C-70 IF IT'S HARD TO GET "POP" HAS IT ·CACTUS 'PACKAGE STORE , ' "C. J B." 11 I ( 6p"Dean Liquors . \Vlnc» - Bcors 201 S. Church, Las Cruces, N, M, '. ·'-,-. : , ' . ' . . . ' · ' , - : - ' · · · 6-- SERVICES OUR 4. MO. PART COCKER FE- male pup needs good home as we are leaving town.' Phone 082- R3. 122 Branson, Ave.. Y0-2p-71 CLOTH COVERED. BUTTONS and buckl« made from your material. Pearl map! and Btuds placed . o n nhirti and : Moults. Quick Service Cleaners. 131 North Water 1-M-W-Frl-tfn Frigidaire Service , By DAVE NUSBAUM' PHONE 340 , DRUM ELECTRIC · .. - . : . JMln Does Your Roof Leak? · CALL 700 -S k W Construction Co. ' FREE ESTIMATES " . , . ' . . . . ' 18-TFN Are you thinking of painting your' floors ? Well -- you needn't put it off any longer because you think it's too much trouble. Send your wife to Farmers Market and let us 'tell her how easy, it is to do the "job with Devpe Floor Deck Enamel. It makes, the. job easy and inexpensive -protects and beautifies your floors OVERNIGHT. Ten attractive colors make it easy to c loose one for every room in the house. If 'you can't get your wife to do the job for you tell .. us and we win get you a painter. FARMERS MARKET - ph. 333 ^ Your Checkerdalc Store 68-3C-70 10-- HELP WANTED Fwnala WAITRESS WANTED APPLY IN. person, 1250 W. Picacho. 67-tfn W A N T E D -- EXPERIENCED waitress; M per shift; The Boston Cafe. . 68-4p-71 12-- FOR RENT THREE BED ROOM, COOL, mountain home in Kingston, N.' Mcx.. (6250 ft, elevation '-·· M miles northwest of Las Graces.) beautiful scenery, strictly mot - ern, completely furnished, large grounds, shade trees, shrubs. 'Butane gas, excellent, water from decp:'.wcll. Rent for summer months. ?85 per month. No children, immediate occupancy. .See or write ThoSi'H. Colcott, Hillsboro. N. -M. 70-1C-70 MODERN, NEW ATTRACTIVE, 4 room apt. .Tile bath, conveniently located, bills paid; laundry facilities. 'Couples only 'Culloms Apts. 310- Si' Main.' . 70-tfn ~BEDROOM HOUSE FURNISH- ed in countiy. Lots 1 of shade,;in- qui're Hardy Johnson, Idaho and Pecos, 70-2p-71 2 SLBEETOG ROOMS,- PRIV. EN- mond, ph. 547-W. 70-30-72 TWO NEW 3-ROOM APTS. 420 McClure Road. . · · 70-2p-71 SMALL, 2 BEDROOM HOUSE unfurnished. Inquire 641 N. 3rd. Ph. 1014-R or',.859. '· 70-tfn HOUSE KEEPING ROOM, $5. per week. Camp Rio, 1020 .' W. Picacho St.- . 70-3C-72 PATIO APARTMENTS. FTJR- nished vacancy, phone 009-.I2.. ' · · " . ' · . - 70-3QP-B9 ROOM FOR 'GENELEMAN 50-1 north -Alameda. · 69-7p-75 FOR RENT NEAR STATE COL- lege, 8 room home, roof air cooler,, completely furnished, 5125.00 ' month. Write- Box . 128,' Las Cruccs: . . ' · . ' . : ' · 67-lp-7d NEW .'APARTMENT, . ELECTRIC kitchen. 428 · .McClure -Road. '. . ' · "' '":·-·' -'' ' ..- .- ·.' .';.'.- 'e5-8p:7.o b' URNISHED, -'AIR GOND. 'CABIN for. cbupic/'ph.'- isr or '393-J. ; . , - . - ; , ' - ' · ' 57-tfn .OR '..S. ALE. · ONE BEDROOM housc,.700 East Court and Man' . zahila.. '-'"' " ' · ' · 68-3p-70 FOUR -ROOM APARTMENT IN Old Mosllla. Furnished, ' $50.00 per month, Rhone 34?.-W after 8 p. m. · . 49-tfn 1 APT., 2 BEDKOOM, KITCHEN furnished, 12i Weat Las Cnicci, ph. 732-R. . 1-tfn 2 ROOM APT. FURNISHED, AIR cooled, Slates Court. 51-tfn AIR CONDITIONED ROOM, PRI- · vatc bath and entrance, 559 Brown Road, phone 455-W. 68-3p-70 3 ROOM APARTMENT DUPLEX, 622, 624 South 'Espcranza. In quire at 618 Espcranza Grocery, unfurnished. 60-3C-71 Furnished apartment In .Mcsilla Park for couple or with one child. Cool, clean and private. Dull-able location, }55, bills pild. Call 02B1NJ4. ' 70-3p-72 11-- WANTED TO SENT TWO OR THREE BEDROOM houM, unfurnlnhed, for worklni couple and hlfh school agt ilmiRhtrr, Cnll 1(110, liflor'S p . m. 705-J, «8-!lp-70 i»-- WAnicu W A N T E D , APARTMENT OR : house fo'r family with two children, near AtM campus on or about 6th -July, C. W. Forrest, General Delivery, Ysleta, Texas. ." ' '·'·" - . 70-4p-73 PREFERABLY FURNISHED 2 bedroom house by Aug. 1,' Box 8% 'Sun-News. '.. 70-5p-74 1-FOHSALE FOR -'SALE, SAFE 'AND SANK- legal Foiirtli of. July fire work I at Psalms Liquor- Store. 70-2C-71 ATTENfYb'N T ~CT5":rFTRACTORS, Rex 7S cement mixer, good con- · dition,. phone 0382-R5. 68-3p-70 HOT POINT : ELECTRIC WASH- ei- in excellent condition. 606 W. Las Cruces Ave; Ph. 728. . 69-3p-71 VERY S M A L L , HOMEMADE, aluminum housetrailer, best of material a n d workmanship. Hitch,- good tires, 1951 license, price -J225.00, no terms. 1700 E. . Griggs, Mrs. Wallace. 69-3p-71 DEUCIOUS CAPON FRYERS, fi.DO 'and up on foot. 11.25 and up 'dresied. i)r. Horton Poultry Farm 1520, W. Hadley, ph. 537- M. . . - . 42-tfn GOOD -UUKD TlHUb. UHOOK Tire Co. 1-tfn SEAT COVER B A R G A I N S .Shook Tire. Co. . 1-tfn BATTERY RAISED CARNISH Hamps, 1 7 weeks old. pullets priced at a bargain if bought, also fat fryers $1.00 each. 0189-J5. " 70-1C-70 COMMERCIAL' REFRIGERATOR, ' scales, register, phone 099-J2. · . · 70-14p-83 FOR SALE, COMPLETE LJTV- ing room, bedroom, dinette, furniture. All or part, call Mrs. T. F. Ruttcr 383 for appointment ' to sec. ' ' .70-2p-71 ELECTRIC . STOVE. DELUXE, little used, cost $300, first S100 takes it. Leaving town Wed. Phone 082R3, 122 Branson Avo. 70-2p-71 1950 JOHNSON 10 HORSEPOW- cr outboard motor, 16 foot Wolverine boat and trailer 5450.00. T. El Corlcy, phone SOO, cxt. 205 or 0297-R4. 70-3P-72 140 FT, SETTING GOOD . USED Johnson irrigation pump. 8" . column, 12" bowls. Price $1500. Call or write West Texas development Co. Hereford. Texas; 70-2c-Mo-Su GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, mpderi'-fl price, Pee Gee Palnti, all colors. Have Brickret'e building block, red * buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Sc. Mesquite. Ph. 1458-J. 29-tfn We've .been so busy with our sale that - 1 haven't said anything about Ike and Mik'e for along.tlmo. Mike is so big and fat.liiat we should butcher him, and'we would have long ago but Ike isn't fat enough yet. Ike only weighs 182 ibs. and Mike ' weighs 212 Ibs. ; Mike has a temporary 'reprieve until Ike weighs a little more. You can make money on hogs if ' you feed them Purina fee.d like Mik'e has been fed on, of course. You'll lose money on regular graih.fcd hogs' the way Ike has^ been raised. Ike has eaten 714' ibs of feed and Mike ate 613 Ibs. -of- feed. It cost 15c a Ib. for evary pound of pork on Mike fed with. Purina and cost 21.9 cents per pound of pork on Ike. So. it. cost almost 7c per pound more to fceil Ike than It did to feed Mike. You, too, can save money by feeding your hogs Purina Feed. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkei'dalc Store . · , . - . . . . ' G8-3C-70 16-WANTED *6 BUY .' uied planoi, Steveni Furniture Ou.:31«'N4'Mais.''Phoae 677. ,. "··".'···- ·'..'.":·· ;··''". " "· · w*" HOUSEHOLD -If U R N I T U R E. Any condition. We' -oily, anything of value. Phbn«~93i-J. .Viaduct Salvage Tard, ,824 W, Picacho. j '··'·-.' · .-'.'. ·-. -' . i ; " n 17 REAL ESTATE For SlU TORTUGAS SUBURB · 1 Acre wltll 4 room house, bath, electric pump from well, garnge.i $2,800.00. 2 room modern house, lot 75X-130 ft. $2,800.00. BUNCH'S- REAL ESTATE ' Ph. 1530-R . . . . 70-3C-72 2 B.''iR. m'dh.'homc, good location, will take good car In, up to. $1,000.00. · $10,500.00 3 B. R. mdn., best of locations (new) $14,000.00 3 R. H. mdn., new $12,600.00 1 B. R., best of locations, FHA approved $10,000.00 2 B. .R.. mdn., a new house, breezcway, large garage $11,900.00 BURESH REALTY CO. JOHN * LOUIE Olli4-.13 Sumhv . 1MS-J - , (IS-Sc-70 btaie tconomic £ Commission Head ' Lashes Mechem ' SANTA. FE June 25 W --.'The cha rman of the State -Economic Development commission has lashed out. at Governor Mechem and challenged his authority to' order EDC files turned over to. the State Tourist bureau. ' I .Chairman. Robert -McKinney, | whose , Democrat-appointed com- r^ mission goes but of business June 30. for lack, of funds, yesterday asked Atty. Gen. Joe. L. Martinez ^ for ah opinion on Mecnem's" pow- 1 The EDC failed to receive an appropriation from the last session of the legislature, and Mckinney- accused Mechem and special interests of hampering work bf, the commission. . . ' McKinney, publisher of the Santa Fc New Mexican, said he has received · no . official order from Mechcm's office. ' His only notice thai, the files i were being switched came from the press release handed out by Jlcchem. McKenny said in his statement. He .challenged .existence of .Uie tourist bureau under present laws and asked Martinez' opinion on i whether or. not state funds could ^ legally be used to support the bureau. He sent a copy of. the opln* on request to State Auditor Robert Castncr, ' calling his. attention to the issuing of' state money to the bureau. . AUXILIARY HEAD ELECTED SANTA FE, June 25 (SI --.The American Legion Auxiliary Satur- c a y named Mrs. H. R. Ehcritt'of Albuquerque president, Mrs. D. E. Chalk, Gallup, first vice president; Mrs. W. F. Winters, Lordsburg, second vice president; Mrs. Albert Boeglin, Carlsbad, historian; Mrs. Thomp Henry, Santa Fe, chaplain; and Mrs. C. J. Sparks, Portalcs, scrgean-at-arms. L 17 REAL ESTATE For Sale ATTRACTIVE, TWO BEDROOM, modern house. 1 % blocks from · State College. Phone 0389-R1. ! :. GS-Sp-70 Under All Is The Land 1210 N. RAYMOND: Dandy 2 b. r. modern. home, almost new.- One block from Alameda school." JS.000.00 ' 3800 W. AMADOR:. 3% Ac; Fairly good 2 b. r. house wHh bath and laundry rm. and a arge 3 rm. house (not modern). Terms. $11,000.00. LAUNDROMAT'-. HDW. APPLIANCE STORE - APT. HOUSE - MOTEL - BAR -CAFE. ! FRED JOHNSON or YANCY CLARK, Realtors 438N..Maln Ph. 535 or 874 . · G9-2C-70 · . . - , NEW, WELL CONSTRUCTED, LARGE SUBURBAN HOME . '3 bedrooms, den, forced air heating system, electric dlsli- \vasher, 1 ^.l^iths, extra. large amount of storage space, living room fire place,, also outdoor fireplace. 20x30 fool garage and _ maid's quarters with 3^ bath and laundry tubs. Several nice large' shade trees. A truly fine home. Price $24,000.00, terms. HIGHWAY REALTY Albert Socolofsky, Realtor f!o. on 'Highway. 85 Ph. 1403 "· . i 69-20-70 18-- BUSINESS 'Opportunity 1949 FORD. 2 DOOR SEDAN, less than -celling price, ph., 968. ' . ' . : . . - .-'. ../ ;,- ; , . 63-tfn 19-- USED CARS For Sal* 1947 -CROSLEY SEDAN,- GOOD : tires;' $175.00, used' Bendlx wash, machine,' $35.00, boys bicycle, .new -tires, $20100- or take, the works fbr $200.00* cash, .phone 809-R-or 321 East Grlggs street. · ' 70-5p-7-i 1950 FORD PICK-UP CHEAP. Phone 279-R. Sec at 132-W West Willoughby Avenue. · 70-6c : 75 Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at . . . , CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 1-tfn Farmers Market has done it again - first to have a Force Feeding Cube for cattle. Every cattle man has wanted a fec( that they could put out once u week and not huvo the cattle cat It all at once. We now have a mineralized cattle cube-- S2% Protein -- your atoclc will cat about two younds per day -- no more, and drink !ot» of water. No waste because the wind won't blow it away and at a price you can afford to pay, _ Carload price (M.OO par ton. Write or call for free sample. FARMERS MARKET · Ph. 333 Your CnefkPrilnlc Store ' . ' OS-lc-TO MICKEY MOUSE .by Walt Disner AW HOUSE. FOE SIX/WNTH 5 ! TrHSO Cp ,1 '. THE LONE RANGER by Fran Striker I GOT BOTES! JjMt GRT'-mOSE OTHERS! KEEP BATES IN THE gAOCtE UNTIL WCH TOT WOODS. . , ME TRY. :._?\3 MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN by Paul Bobinsoi WHO'S ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THli j WALL? I'LL GET AN.PCPLANATION i OF AUTHIS MYSTERY.' P3H 1 -THE MYSTEKIOUS HAND DROPS A SMALL CAPSULE-- by Brandon Walsb LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY TMATS WHERE THE SHERIFF THArt TRUrT- AT LEAST I HAV£ / r AWT WORRYIM - MUCH. COURSE, ,1 r. KNOWAJAILAINTASNICEAS " A LOVELY GREENHOUSE-BUTWHEK1 A WILD TIGER IS RUMNIN' LOOSE, A MICE, SAFE J4IL AIN'T SO BAD- AW THE RADIO MfiN THINK THE ' THE COMFORTOF KNOWING TOU TIGER. IS -I DON'T KWOW AGE IN A SAFE PLACE-! EXPECT I'M SORRY, HONEY, THAT YOU HAVE TO STAY COOPED UP IM UIIS 5TUFFYOLDJAlL-BUr DOKIT YOU WORRY- SOOW--- . WHERHTME TiGtR. IS, BUT I KNOW WUERf THE TIGER AIKJ'T/ THE TIGER IS STILL HIDING SWAMP- AN' INSTEAD OF tovn:/ AN' WHENYOU WAKE UP HOUR FEET)!] ffi ' FAST ALL NIGHT ^N^,,f^H| |JJ^ SAFE-.BUT TERRIBI.' BUT JAIL5 IS JtiST AWFUL AT NIGHTTIME tAUSET INSTEADO? BLUESKIES-YOLIOM.', AN' - LIVIN' IN A JAIL IS C-KAY IN THE^i WWY S R ^TM?^TM ,r DAYTIME WHEN YOU KMOW THESES J|l " 0 TM°^TM^^L A WILD, HUNGRY TISER RUNNIMj-^lVBIG HUNGRY TIGERS CHA9N by Lee Falk and Phil Davu BIG SISTER H'M. 1 PROBABLY OFF ON AN . ECRAND SOMEPLACE, BU WEV'LL BE BACK.rT I'LL BE HERE WHEN THEY COME. I LIKETD THAT PARTI OHLAWSY tAV/SY.' OF WE SHOW BEST HUSH, YOU FELLOWS WHETBE Ti-lE BIG W LOOK UP THERE' COWBOY-.- \-^f//A AT THE HOUSE-.' m^i^rj^ CALL. IT ,^^,i-iiMG WRONG THIS is UNBELIEVABLE;, . ,^^,TO FOIST OFP A CHEAP PlN ·OU OF ALL PEOPLE , WAWEDtHE OM THIS MANl FOR FIFTY IkXJ W^ rnUi-- r^CWf^i_i-- Yvri"iiu_i^ in DOING SUCH ATHING. /J PIN SO WE by Les Forgrave ETTA KETT TWO OF MVSU2LSVJG

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