Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 27, 1951 · Page 6
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 6

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Wednesday, June 27, 1951
Page 6
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PACE SIT LAS CHUCES (N. M.) SUM-NEWS' i f i · ^^ Columnist Finds It's Easier To Cover War Than Repainting Itae ',·· 0y UAL I1OVLK NEW YORK, l^) -r- The crisis Is.past. Tile-painters have trooped out at last, leaving our place ,'n chaos but with a lot of bright new colors o n - t h e walls, Bui 1 dnn/t, think 7 could ever go through the same ordeal again. I e»nt aland, to see my wife suffer KO. Recently Fi./nccH came lo me and .said; "Welt, I guess you had bettor go away to one of your wars or rc- belllonti, Rover." "WhvY" I asked. "|,IT;,UM- il Is time f o him- tin; apartment · repainted," *Jn Mild. "Ami IT wry time It's Imp|-encd IK-fun* yiui always manage In find :i \var or Nomcthiag to run C l l f til." Tl^'.l Is (rue,. Hut ; i f f c r ncnrfy 1-1 years nf iimrrhige. I de.-ldnf In slay (mine, tills Hint'. We \vnnld luce t i n ; painters IngHher. "Vnu will bo a lot of lif.Ip w i t h your r u i n l i t t l e eleven thumbu," My idea uf 'having l l ii* JUHIHC painted was to n i t in my favorite c h a i r , .sip a highball nml break in- In c n c N u n i R i n E Jipplaiijie whenever one of the pointers nnide a parti- c u l a r l y line brush K l r n k p . Hut it inn't like ( h u t »t all. K i n l you carry your p a i n t i n g a and por- tablr lirlc-it-brac over to Icnvc willi frirndfl, .They a l r e a d y have t h e i r own Ktorage problom.'i, anil they HI-PC I yon an IT you hti:l arrived w i t h ;i lioiKe lo pui'k in Uieir N f - x t ymi roll up i,he rugK and M'lul t i l l - i n lo the t Inanri'H. Th'-ll you piii- Mi'i'j-ylhiiig flue In tlie center nf t h i-f/nm. H i l l by t h e n I-'rEinccs was an ner- voiis H.4 n hridi- li-rt w a i t i n g n t I)' · church. N o t h i n g upm-l.-i u '.vo..ian like an lipsi-t IIOU.SR. : The morning 1 ·· the- p a l n l p r s (·IIIIH- rraiJ'T* 'nifl Uicin u l t h :i face nl romplrtf w«e. They lonU- -d nl her warily. Tlin duel ivas mi. I WHS n i l her glad to rse-jipo I tn !hr t i f f l r r . K;ich n i g h t 1 gnl (in aeenunt of tin- fl:iy'K grim buttle an it rajred f f d i n mil IIP\V t n i c - h l u o k i l e J i e n t i l n now unh._lievably cliai ITCIUHC bed- J I i i r i l i l . "I don't know w j t n t h e r I'll It," Ktnd l-'ninctta. "You h n V d ' t d w n i f h t b i i i n every'"mlniii**, 'ot t h e v ' l l do itnlnctlling wrong." One m u r n l n g I stigpf "You're all tired oul. Why don't you J I I H I go- .Humcwhorc and mil "Yi-iili, liiilv. iyhu'll feel n;ild i»nt' nl tin-" Iwu painters euii- tioitnl.v. ; , · ·· "You!!!!!!!" .titkl Km I r l l h t i r i l i i l l y . To l l n l s l i (he Job l l n r ITH cjtnu; tin- lasl day. and l l m l Jienrly '; inc m,v u l f r . Sim hml tu rim harli and f n r l h \veen Hie., rooms like n htrd In cheek t h e i r work. When It wan a l l done, houever. fihc ami the pninUM'a jiliook Inuidtt at] around in Kporttiiniudlke l a s h ion. 1 I h i i i J t Krancen hi."getting hi-j x l i e n ^ t l i ;l)Jtrl[. ! I t ·it.'emed to UK- 1 Iieitnl h'v-r .shoving I l i r n\t\'n l u r k I n l o ] i l . i r i t nn-:i .!?([/ t h i n imrnlng, And :.hi- wnn hit mining. Now I loi'l b r t t e t ! Teacher. Ignores Cosily Equipment In Experiments V.y C.AKlt UAJtTMA.V A!' . V C M - » . l l ' I l l l l R ' S P A R I S E v i T i n n k f ! H I I i-1'Tl.rU: inutnr mil uf pins or a Ii-;;t-lulj(. l o i i l ftf an nld l i j - h t b u l b ? | With $. r i w o i l h of ·.·cnip hardware instead of a l i i h - l i i l l of d{-li- cate iiistjuiiH-nts, a Missouri schonl teacher bar. set o u t f i o i n J'ari.-j Id ti-arrh Thailand at.niii the womtaiii uf Kclencis. K l l s w o i t h Ol.onrn has bct-n tna- chliig for 28 of bin f:j yraiu. He linn always insiitlcd t h a t hundred. 1 * or bsnk: fvf)(.'i'iint!nl?, (.';in be perfoi'in- . cd with e q u i p m e n t bon-owrrl from the nisly 'tool-box behind the gtir- or what you ran buy ill lh: The U n i l r d Nulionn E'tucaf ion;il. Scientific and C u l l u r n l O r g a n i x n - tion (UNESCO) i:i .s-Miding l i i n i f r o m Us P u r i K hcadijuinlcr!; to prove It for a year. "Take a bunKtl-nut light bull-, Obuuni rx;tlaiimd I ) reportoit; hurt In bin h"!ii cla^iii'oom i t i r u i n u r . "You r u i l l out the insi'ln and \v*i»d'n l u f l Is a flit 3 lofit-tuba or lalioralory flfiHk. f U n n d s 'n lot of. hunt. Tin- gla»H Jod inalioH n f i n e m o u n t for a compasm nciidl. 1 ." Ohouin ducKii't dcspimj rxpcn- sivi; pfjuipnient. Me tahe.'t great liri'lf in his well-filled 1 laboratory nt t h e .Inlin liurruuglifl School fn Clayi'.n, Mo., where h» lieacln the M-ii'iii-f ilr|i3vt;nimt. But ho knows j t h a t !t.c world (ri:i a lot of poorur | placci t h a n the jsubur^s of St. i UrtiliH. j "In jno.'it A m o i i c a n schools," lie I wi-ni on, "LI.i- idea if ylatic clcc- j d i ' i i l y in d'.'iftoiifjtratcd with an h']'.;i-l!o:w:(ipn. Tv;o .strip:: of gold I |i-rif l l i i l l c r uport wb':u you apply I the c i i r i v t i t . Costs $» to $6 or «n. i "Von can get tiie sami; effect ' w i t h lv/'i nicklfi balloiiK. Tic them i l o g f l h e r . C'luirge on« of th'im by i nibbing nn your hair. They'll fly · opni-t ju.'.t as well a:; thu -gold h.-af." .KOI- niori: advanced electrical cx- I pcriini.'iiti; Ohouin ran mak« y fine I niotdr out of a dozen pins a few rorlU'. I h u i n b - t a u k K , t i n f o i l scraps, a bit nf v.-iic anil a dime- s t o i c JIl.-lKIH't. X Oboiirn apologl/ntl to reporters in Paris fur having sent his Sf k i t hi-ii'l to liangkok. It contains a argi; t j ' i a n t H y ('f tin canf,, slflpg. ·iuar l.-a/.cii and old haclmw bliid- -;·.. Hi; [jj;!!i:; to stipploniclit. it Iroin j t l i c l»i:al H'jioiirrcH. * "I um!':i:(t'Jii'] Bangcc; n big ci'.y v.'llh lots nf -ilorca," O.'innurn '·x|j|:iinH, "anrl then: ai-e at ! b.iKKvar 1 .: .'-lon-i w!;errevcr Ihere is 'I ,-'. tcaclHM- t j a i n i n g .school. H'J.siilcH 1 ; want, .'jnytiic I teach to be ingcn- ! iriii.-i ciio;i;;b l o Hig up lit.-! own ma- j trriiil." I H i ' i n y V H P h;ul two of liln nix i ijiii-cns bf-licadcd. Me f l i c ' l at r»! ! a f t e r a reign of .'18 yc»rs. Tim polar and grimly are (he h i j ' r s t nii'inbeu; nf tin- br:ir fam- KOREA AMPUTEES ASK 'II' RIGHTS Student Solves High Price TV Problem For $75 AI* jVinvsfi'af iircs C I N C I N N A T I - -A television pro- WHA which hn.4 bccn-cofiLing thousand. 1 ! of dollfint lias been peifcutcU here »y a University of Cincinnati Ktuilent-- at a coal uf only $75. . The (Invlcc. built by Clayton F. Winder, a Ktmior electrical engineering student, is known as a flying spot-scanner. It is us.»l for fiupcrimpo.sing pictures directly over thtiHC already belnp transmitted. He and university officials ex- plained that the device makes it possible to place transparencies, signs, picture negatives and a Variety of other visual Hem's directly over the face of u television .tube which already niis another picture uhowing on it. CiiinlitncJ J'iclun! TIio flying .fipot-Ktnmier, ilsing the lijiht impulses from the television tube, picks up and transmits the combined picture. Wilh Winder's device, "a television station here, for example, could superimpose material on a telecast coming; from -another city for the iiakc of local interest. U. C. officials say that under the "commercial .system of s;uphr- impoaition now being used on tin; major networks, it is nucus.sary. for two cameras to take separate pic- ' lures. Then. they are . combined find synchronizc'd electronically.. Tlic new spot-scanner also was j described as having other com- jmcrclal uses. By the flip of a switch it can transmit, negatives of photographs which are seen as positives. That, it was explained, would--enable doctors to view. X- rays from oilier parts of the coim- I try : I Negatives Shown --L.ikcwl.ic, mutton pictures and filkics can be 'televised by showing them in front of a television tube UaiismlUing light but no picture. Winder explained this would do away with the need for a television cifmera lo "take a piclurc of the picture." ' · Winder already has received one' ! : GrandmolhersV Leave New Mexico After Hqax trip ALBUQUERQUE; June 27 OTI --. two eastern ,-;rani(mbLhi!i;; left Albuquerque by'nlanc . (TW-A) al 2 a.m. (MST) today P t t e r - V - N e w Mexico visit that began as a-hoax and ended U H H - h o l i d a y : "·'':'-. Mrs. Mary Kcflin, 55, of. Clarkn .Summit.,-·.Pa.,' and Mrs. J'rnnlt Llcari, 01, of East liockdwayi N. Y., said Uiey enjoyed then' slay offer from a local television station for-his 'spot-scanner.... tail' ihey\wercVgld'd^.ta'.i^,return- f ing. Hom'e.s.'TIicy:-Hoped* publicity^ sorrpdiidlnf ^thc -ty^ .WpuldVhbil\- follow.'"them' cii§iwprd. t *-- ·!;_·;'·. -.···" .The two 'came, fb 'AHiOqucrqiie last Friday behinff.v.tljey ^wfetfe bound for Los ; Arig%lcs-'iys; quests of a radio program. .· .'Mrs. Keihn' 'was .lour, t^yari unidentified .telephone caller s i i R h a j l . w o n i l h c j trip unil could pIckMip "'restervutluus t o Albuquerque ,at*",Stmnlpn, Pa, i But when they/ 1 got -Here/ there .were no arrangements" for further travel. . A check* slipped the call apparently had 'b'qen' avfakof They hid §40 "between : them. ,.- .'Tran's-.WoplikiA.'iplUieJt.' gave them . tickets "·home arid" .a holiday at Santa Fe;-,'-' V'tw^s/V.---''* 1 " KOREAN WAR AMPUTEES f i n m V.'iill.-r llrnl hnr-jiltnl in piHu-t in front of ( l i t ; U. S. CnplM. n r k l n j ; oqii:il r l p h t n w i t h World War J l vcliTJUl.H. I M M M I Ml: ITi:. i : . ' i i i l : ; n l 'JVpin. Temple, Tex.; Pf«. Hnlicrl ,1. linker. M D M t r m . I'a.; I'h 1 . l!:iymoinl McNeil. riillmlrlphin; Cnl. l l n r v r y I I . Hophln:;, Plnnl C i t y . Kin. ( / i i r m i c i f i u i i i i r J H m J j i f i o I u ; as Tomorrow S U R E F o r o c a t t : Tnnuirrmi- will n r r i \ - nt niiiloif;lit. It M i l l l u n r '.l\ lloiiV". ll'f, f i i M . i i l r nlil-ki-\ -- n i l over Anirriwi-- \\i\\ In- Sr»(:iiniri7t]nMMi. \ \ TOMORROW Juno 28, 1951 SUN RISES 4:55 A. M. SUN SETS 7:12 P. M. ToBtSorvad W l t h P i l d o l /"^ v -i'lll^- To Bo Received WJfh Plooiurol Naturally fl iitini fwU jili'iuw-il ^ * i l l i him. X i i l t i V i d l y nur purstH feel r4mi|it!incntri1 ulirn ; I ; ; t : nntl n*t* hit fncntU' f.u-Di ir^i-h-r ^.^\illJ: "Only llio liuoi i* lim* fiiou^h ftn my '' npjirovnl of hi* olmlro. furiidV 1 i Cf6(vii. Blended Wliiskey.SG.8 Ptoof. 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