Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on June 28, 1951 · Page 7
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Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Thursday, June 28, 1951
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ir«d»y.'Ey«nlng, Juno 20, 19S1 LAS CHUCKS (M. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE SEVEN' ·NEWS LASSIFTED m Cftuf* .'. MB tTlme . : ; . . . . . : . . t e per word Mqvut Cturf · · · -*c per wort u cIMiined u* must be IB bj A.M. Motor tknu(k -Friday mure puMlcatlon In that t«y*o Clafllfled advcrttnlnf for ld«y'» pmpvr must be' la by 1* f. SatanUy laaralnf. uh mlilt accompmnj order oc llfled «U« except to tkoM [)·( accouitt led for a dmSlIiH period, r d«y or mart, and IT ordered tt* tkcre will be MO refund. mint be Kkeddcd a fennltc itrer of fl«T» and no nfuada be made oa ciualfled adver- ny cUlmi for credit or. ad*t al lasertloni of oU«tn*d a* to errors o«ciiiTlmj''taViiSTer- rooBt mwt be.;iiavl». r *ai ; PRONE:tt;*r.H LEGAL "NOTICE OK BID . : Hi or'before June" 30', 1951-'Mhe Cruces -Municipal Board of Cation will receive, bids on the. nving: .". " : 6 All purpose, '. chairs, : ; ..stcel me. plywood seats and backs, inches high. ..'. ' .., ,. ' '·. "·' tubular steel, folding chairs 0 2-drawer filing cabinets · Science or laboratory:'desk; 'Xl!0"x36", with- shelves,' cup- ·d, sink, gas and electrical out- ! Teacher's chairs _. . '^ . . 2 Reading chairs,--first' gTai'e T Blackout curtains,' 4' X W. 0 Size A desk chairs 10 Size B desk chairs . ' Don S. Hamill. President . 66-lc- and, 73-lc ,i' NOTICE ON BIDS: . Vi , n or before June 30, 193:i : 'Hie Cruces Municipal Board of lucation will receive " bids on faing^matorials jor the'.construe- in of a 2-room school:* A list of ch materials can -\ia obtained file office of the Superintendent Schools, Reymond and. Hadley. Iff Don S.. Hamill, President B6-lc and 73-lc NOTICE OF SUIT HB STATED OF NEW MEXICO D'VEKL NOBLE, against whom substituted 1 ' scrvfcc is hereby sought to. be obtained; GREETWG: . ' . · · · ' NOTICE is given JLhRt" June irnbrook Sage has j filed 'suit In M, District TCourt of Dona Ana wtty, N. M., against^ou. and as def'ndantsrTcing HocTior 1979. thc general object of which to foreclose a mortgage deed S- by thc plaintiff and for the ppointrricnt of a Receiver on the lowing described real estate and reriiises, to-wit: The property described in the owplaint .in said cause in thc na Ana Bend Colony Grant, ona Ana County, N. M., and in «,NW'/ 4 of Sec. 7, T. 23 S., B.'2 NMPM", containing 1.56 acres saving- and excepting the SE corer of said tract conveyed to Ed YOU are further notified that nless you enter your.appearance nil plead in said -cause · on or efin-o Aug. 9, 1951, judgement by pfault will be rendered against OQ. J. D. Weir, Las Cruces. N. M., s attorney for tile plaintiff. WITNESS my hand and the seal if said Court at. Las Cruces ,N. ilt this 26th flay of 'June. 1051. DISTRICT COURT SEAL) GERALdlNE S. MATHISEN (' Clerk District. Court By (Sgn) Valeric Adams Deputy I): June 28. July 5-12-19, 1851. rLOST^AND FOUND^^ -- GREEN BILLFOLD, Jontaining license and important papers,^ keep money return lo Sun-News office, Mrs. Lu- »r J. McGilvory. 72-3c-74 ·IrflANS^PORTATlON i'AN'TED R~IDE ?O WEST Coast, will help drive. Harry Velton, 320. S. Reymond, phone 73-lp-73 NOTICE Well, follfs, we all here at termers feej pretty bad -- Our ytar Purina, salesman, Mike, tot his life this afternoon mics., 'June 26th). He got so fat eating T-virlnn Hog Feed that we had to l)Utclicr:hlm. Ho-has ftnlly sold .Purin'u Hos.. Feed because he has proved to'every one how fast you,, can make a' hog; grow with such a little cost in feed. JJtike weighed 232 po'unds last J Saturday and Ikn- only weighed 184 Ibs. Although Ike has. eaten more feed, Mike fcalncd more'because he was fed. thc Purina way. Mike gained 20 Ibs. in the past two weeks and Ike only gained 2 Ibs. We nave to : Keep Ike a little longer until he weighs 200 Ibs or mora. 1 We are now fetdhig -.'him., the JPurina way so watch, him grow, He soon wilt he ready for market because,; he now is eating Hog Chcakers made with Purina feed. No wa^le-j^nr. .blow *.wny .with Hog oif$i|»s.'.Ji»ilt! at · 1 FARMERS IIARKJ??'- Ph. 333 Ymtr chcckccilnle. Storo WANT ADS 5-^SPECIAL NOTICE sOAXiMOtUCS A N O N Y M O U S Box 801, Phoni 1U7-J Iwtween 7 and 3 0 p. .m. ' 1-tfn iiwiSa MACHINES. NEW AND Uied, We repair all makes. STEVENS FURNITURE CO. · 3M N. Main. Fnont 677. 1-Un WHY BUY IN EL PASO WHEN you can do better at Stevens Furniture Co. 1-tfn RADIUM SPRINGS, COMMENC- inb July 1st, bath houses, open to 9 p'.m: 73-3p-75 RUGS CLEANED Cutting - Sewing - Binding Phone 282-R Furniture Exchange :j 130 W. Las Cruces Ave. 68-tfn USED FURNITURE · Bought and Sold Phonu 282-R ' Furniture Exchange 130 W. Las Cnlces Ave. 68-tfn B-- SERVICES '· n OUR 4 MO. I'ART COCKER FE.' male pup needs »good home -as we are leaving town. Phone 082- '· R3. 122 Branson. Ave. 70-2p-71 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM : PHONE- 340 DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn . Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN 7 HELP WANTED COOK, FAST FRY MAN, GOOD wages and working conditions, ph. 582, Neff Cafe 71-2C-73 Better Late Than Never, they say, and v;e finally received a car or 16-20-0 fertilizer for your couton. Call 333 for your requirements now. You still have plenty of time to side dress your cotton crop and make a bigger yield. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 338 - -Your Checkerdalc.. Store ..... .-_.-_l.:.~ ' ·-; . · 72-3C-74 8-- HELP WANTED MALE YOUNG MAN TO TRAIN AS A apprentice linesman, 5 day, 40 hour week. Good v worklng conditions, Kl Paso Electric, Co. 575 N. Main. . 71-tfn 9-- SALESMEN WANTED 1 SALESMAN FOR URY CLEAN- ing route. Apply Eubanks CUwn- ers 13-1 N. Church. 71i-:ic-73 10-HELP WANTED Fsmilt WAITRESS WANTED APPLT IN person, 1250 W. PlKlcho. 67-tfn MARKER AND CHECKER, AP- ply Eubanks Cleaners, 134 N Church. 71-3C-73 WANTED -- SETTLED COL.OR- ed woman to coolt and keep house for two adults. Living quarters furnished. Give experi ence and reference. Mrs. Susie Tidmore. % Tidmorc's Store Doming, N. M. 73-60-78 Did you know that we carry a full .line of bathroom accessories--soap dishes, glass holders, towel bars, faucets, faucet washers, medicine cabinets, sink and lavatory traps, etc. Come see our large selection at reasonable prices. We also have a complete line of pipe fittings and pipe, both galvanized am black. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 . Your Checkerdalc Store 71-3C-73 12-- FOH HENT MODERN. NEW ATTRACTIVE 4 room apt. Tile bath, conven iently located, bills paid, laundrj facilities. Couples only Cullom Apia., 315 S. Main... · 70-tfn SMALL, 2 BEDROOM KOUSS unfurnished. Inquire 611 N. 3rd. Ph. 1014-R or 850. 70-tfi] PATIO APARTMENTS, FUR- nished vacancy,' phone 090-J2. . ; ' 70-30p-OD ROOM FOR GENELEMAN 504 north Alamcda. · 60-7p-75 NEW APARTMENT, ELECTRIC 1 '·' Kitchen. 426 McClure Hoad! 71-6p-75 \ APT., 2 BEUKOOM, KITCHEN furnished, 12S West 1*5 Cnicej ph.' 732-R. 1-tfn air cooled, with pntlo, July '. Inquire 1812 N. Main after 5 i.i-p. m. 72-3C-74 SMALL, FURNISHED COTTAGE for couple, ph. 151 or 303-J. 73-tfr Imimliy facilities, near busline utilities pd. couple. H50-J. 73-2p-7 FURNISHED HOUSE TRAILERS air com!., all blll» paid, no pct« 1 mllp W. MoKllln 1'nrk, pi OMO-H3. , 73-lp-7 Inthony Sunuer Softball Scores ADULT LEAGUE Won Lost Anthony Lbr. 6 0 Morales '8 1 Scott Chev. 3 3 Canutlllo · 5 2 Ln Union 2 4 Anthony Coffee 2 0 Sweeten.^,, 2 5 Chainberino · 0 G TEEN AGE LEAGUE Morales Jrs. 0 . 0 Dan's Food Stores 4 2 Canutillo Jrs. - 2 4 Ag. Products 0 0 Morales Jrs.. continued to dom- nate the teen age league with 3an's Food Store right on their henls. In the Adult play, the week's ut standing- game was the upset f Sii'ceten's Grocery by Scott Cicvrolcl 12-11. Tuesday, July 3 Is the date set side for a large aerlol fireworks splay sponsored by the Metho- st church and Anthony business men. This promises to be a gala ffair and will, be staged between games at 8:45 p. m. All children will be admitted free for this celebration. '.. . . !._,, .'. . 2-- FOH HENT . - . ROOM APT. FURNISHED,, AIR cooled, States Court. ' " ~51.-Un NICE NEW APT. FURNISHED, good location. Ph; 1047-R -after 4 p. m. 71-3p-73 crn house on Madrid and North Main. Phone 687-W. '71-lfn" OR LEASE, LAS CRUCES GRO- cerly. with living quarters, 702 E. Lohinan. 72-4 p-75 4 B. ROOM, COOLED ,1'TJKNISH- ed, roof deck, plenty room, modern. Last liousc Boutz Rd. East, $120.00. · 72-2p-73 JTROOM APT., UNFURNISHED, untilities paid, 070 W. Griggs. -:·.;· 72-3p-74 .TJRNISHED APT., MODEKN, ph. 0293-.I5 . 73-3p-75 NEW, 2. BEROOM HOUSE UN- furnished on Linda Vista, SSO mo.. ' p h . 083-J3. 73-2p-i4- 3-- WANTED TO RENT W A N T E D , APARTMENT. OH muse for family with two children, near AM campus on or about 6th July, C. W. Forrest, General Delivery, Ysleta, Texas. 70-4p-73 PREFERABLY FURNISHED.. 2 bedroom house by Aug. ' i. Box S7e " Sun-News. '. 70-Dp-71 15-- FOR SALE GOOD USEO TIRES. SHOOK Tire Co. ! · ' 1-tfn SEAT -CO.VEK-.:BAliGA'INS Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATOR, scales, register, phone 099-J2. 70-14p-S3 FAT FRYERS, G. A. LOOMIS, 1704 N. Alameda, phone 885-R. 71-4 p-74 SHOP MADE, 16 IN. WELL CAS- Ing, 40 ft. perforated with torch, 216 ft. Chester Hassman. Rt. 2 Doming, N. M. 71 : 3p ; 73 1850 WHIZZER MOTOR BIKE, good condition, phone 0193R1. 72-7p-78 1 HOT STREAM, TABLE TOP water hcatsr, ph. 0299-J1., 72-3C-74 GOOD, FRESH, MILK COW. 0180-J1. ' 71-3p-73 DELICIOUS CAPON f RYERS, $1.00 and up on foot. $1.25 and up dressed. Dr. Ilorton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. 537 M. 42-tfn FOR SALE 1050 Boat and Motor, 4 h. p., at wholesale cost. Used only a feu- hours. FURNITURE EXCHANGE 130 W. Las Cruces Ave. 71-5C-75 GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rough lumber, planed lumber, modera^ price, Fee Gee Paints, all colova. Have Brickrete building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard, Cor. Madrid Mesquitc. Ph. 1456-J. 29-tfn We now have another fbip- ment of lawn mowers on hand. Wo have the power gasoline mowers and then for you men with strong, healthy wives we have the push type. Keep youY wife's girlish figure with one of our push type mowers. .Of course, if you arc henpecked like me you'll buy a gasoline powered Keen Kutter mower and use it yourself. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store 71-30-73 IB-- WANTED TO BUY rtlUrihiST PKICfco PAID FOR njed plnnoa. Steven« Furnltur Co. 316 N. Mala. Phono 677. 1-tf HOUSEHOLD B ' U P . N I T U R F . Any condition. We buy anythln of value. Phone 931-J. Vladuc Salvage Yard, 824 W. Pleach 1-tf 15 FT. USED 2 INCH PIPE. PI 1047-R after 4 p. m. 72-3/-7 1*-- HEAL ESTATE For Sil HOOM H6USE, WATKIt, tiA and lights, 1744 N. Mesqulte. 71-6P-7 MODERN, THREE UEDROO IIOUBC 133 Camhriilj!i, will 10" i 7MP-7 Sports Briefs " By Tho Associated Press ' c , OXING New Yoi'k -- Bob Murphy stop- w ed Juke LaMotta in seventh und of scheduled 12-round bout. T ENNiS ' C Wimbledon, England -- Young amilton Richardson scored ma- or upset of Wjmblcdon tourna- n cnt by beating defending cham- 0 on Budge Patty. cc Forest Hills, N. Y. -- Bobby m iggs defeated Welby Van lloi-n j, nd Panuho Gonzales whipped u onal championships. . OLF r Oakmont. Pa. -- Jim Ferrier hot thl-ee-under-par 60 to lake ad in Professional Golfers asso- ation championship. Columbus, O. -- Ross Mitchell f Southern Methodist whipped am Kocsis of Detroit and Sam robbe of Iowa defeated Billy laxwcll of North Texas State in CAA tournament upsets. ACING Chicago -- Jumbo ($8.40) won 24.250 Warren Wright Mcmoria takes at Arlington park. on Astoria stakes for two-year Id fillies at Acqueduct.. Oceanport, N. J. -- Danger head (522.60) captured $10,000 . dded Regret handicap at 'Mon- 7-- REAL ESTATE For Sale · 3 -Bedroom House, 2 baths, Linda Vista. 64 acre farm, £ood house, ncav Garfield. W. J. LITTLE Ph. 270 or 1305 71-tfn 8r-BUSINESS Opportunity Here we go again. Folks -Never a dull moment at Farmers Market. We are going to havi a him laying derby now. Noxt Saturday we are placing 6 Now Hampshire Red hens In a laying battery in our store. Each pullet will have a wing number and a name. The Idea is to see which pullet will lay the first egg. We have also put in a few roosters in the lower section of this pen so the pul- ets can be serenaded with a few rooster and wolf-calls. They were all hatched in our hatchery April 19th and fed Startcna to start with. They are now being fed with Growena to get them to lay early. During this De'lv- by we want you all to come in and select a winner, naming the. ' ( approximate, age .'your' ''pullet', * will lay her first egg. 1st prize a G-E electric clock. 2nd 'irizo a range set, 3rd prize a pair of Kitchen Shears. t We will also give to the first 20 adults, Saturday, to try to "pick a winner" a handy poc!:et memo and pencil -- so come on folks, and register this Saturday. ' No obli- FARMKRiJ MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store 71-3C-73 19-- USED CAHS For Smb 940 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN, less than ceiling price, ph. 968. 63-tfn 1842 FORD COUPK. SELL REA- soiiablc. Also Buick Super Bill-, tion wagon, Pueblo Court office. 7l-5p-73 1951 R O Y A L SPARTON TRAIL- er at Kl Pation Courts. Ernest Robertson. 71-4 p-7J 1947 CROSLEY SEDAN, GOOD tires, $175.00.1 used Bemlix wash, machine, $35.00, boys bicycle, new tires. $20.00 or take the works for $200.00 cash, phone S09-R or 321 East Griggs street. 70-5p-74 1950 FORD PICK-UP CHEAP. Phone 279-R. See at 132-W West Willoughby Avenue. 1 70-6C-75 .Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at ... CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main' Ph. 1016 1-tfn 21-- INSTRUCTION Saturdfty, June 30th will be "Derby Day" nt Your Checker- dale Sturc. ' Our six feilherwl girls arc just raring to sU^t on the Famous Farmers Market Laying Derby. We have pullets and four roosters, in a special pen in the store. The voontcrs arc 'for support-- to help the girls along; in their efforts to- lay the first egg. Confidentially, we promised the winning pullet her choice of roosters for tier ever-loving hugbiind. The roosters are really crowing and crooning-- why, I donU know- exempt maybe to cheer the glr a ·jp. Come in Saturday and register. We hove a couple of dark / horses in the race loo. They have no number but, we had iwo extra stftlls so we put in Verbena and Petunia in our Hpe- rcoalcrs-- you should hoar nil the love making, Come and sec them. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Ohrrkfnlnlc ft'.nre 72-:tc-71 mouUi park, , Wilmington, Del. -- Crooning Wind (?10.SO) won 510,000 mltied Georgetown steeplechase luuidi- cap at Delaware park. Boston -- Andys Ulory ($3.40) won feature at Suffolk Downs. Jnglewood, Calif. -- Special Touch ($4.50) won $15,000 atiiied Chico handicap'at Holl3*wood park. The British Food Ministry, during food-scarce World Wai- n days ordained that a wild rnbbit '.vaa considered tame when it weighed lore than three and one-half pounds, 'and a lame rabbit, wild n it weighed leas than that. Borger'sYega Hurls Double, Wins In Both I!y The Assni'lutrd 1'ro.M You s°t « scj to thc unorthodox* If your lire n West Texas-New Mexico League fan -- but when a pitcher hurls a ilonhleheailer ami wins both, it's something to tail; about in anybody's league. Rena Vagn. Horffcr Gasser mounjsmon, did jt:st that Inst night. He .ami his mntes downed! Che Ainnrlllo Gold So\- 0-4 in the' opener and 2-1 in the nightcap.! Vega allowed thc Gold Sox fieven hits in the first game and three in the sccontl. The third place Lflmesn Lobos declsioned the circuit leaders, the Abilene nine Sox, 0-S. Big Ted Wybcrancc, Lobo pitcher, led Lamesa to victoiy. j Clovis climbed all over thc Albuquerque Dukes. The Pioneers pasted the Dukes 10-4 for n third victory over their New Mexico "cousins" in three nights. Mel Kramer allowed the Dukes only seven hits. ' Ray Faust scattered .six hits to FHEI3 CAKE KXI'ANUKD; U :' ( VANCOUVER lSi -- High cost of Irving .ban, obliged i [Vancouver/ General Hospital to expand its' free medical care. Formerly a nwn ^ earning $110 monthly for himself.' wife and one child, and $-0 for each additional child, was eligible: Now u family of three ' earning S100 and 525 for each addition up ' to a maximum of $230 is eligible" for free ctire. " · lead the Lubbock Hubbers to n .7-1 victory over the Pampa O'.'- crs. Faust's mates only got' eignt hits off Mnek Hyde and Al Knva- miugh but made them count. MICKEY MOUSE by Walt Disnei TVMS PLACE .VNUST BE MAUNTEP! THE LONE RANGER ·· ~ ·· · i A'MASKEOHAN AMPA ) ( we SHOT BATES, BUT WE 1- i REP5KIN FOUND BATES WHEEE ME , STAKED HIM OUJ TO KE. THEY RODE j AWiY WITH HIM. , ^·mma^^' by Fran Striker EVEN IP BATES IS DeAD,HE MAY HAVE TOLD THE OTHERS WHICH OF US AR1"- WANTED BY THE UW. -iDU BOYS FIND DATES AND THAT - M4SKEP MAN AND INDIAN, AND MAKE SURE ALL THREE ARE DEAD/ DON'T KNOW TllW" HE'S DEAD. MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN RELAX,TABBY/ LET ME SEE THE MESSAGE by Paul Robinsoi LITTLE ANNIE RODNEY , , THATfe FINE- IT SHOWS THfT | II TIGER IS DEAD OR HlOIWG ft m mr.ii/\ 1 AWAVIH SOME CAVE" ~~*?f SHIVERING AND ' AFRAID TO /1'LLBETCUA^ I HE AIWT--J (f by Brandon Waist " TlF YOU COULD IIEARHOWR ~ A HE Kl N ROAR AN' SEE MOW. MIGMMEJXMPS.'iOLlDKNO HE AIM'T THE SHIVERY Kl: I'LL BEtCHA HE WOULD, ' BESCAREDTOFieUrA:,. --i. ELEPHANT! ;-"V.- 'HS*-f '3T TM ** 'r/« ^J-ataaci BIG SISTER by Lee Falk and f hil Dav" HOURS! HOURS rve WAITED AND NO SIGN OF TriOSE YOUNGSTERS.' THEY CAM'T HAVE LEFT FOR OOD, MAYBE-- --»"r a TriAT's"ABOUT rr.' IF WEV'GET iwe M'M"c6uLD6E!'lFI TMOOGHT j IDEA WE 6ONE Ti-IEV'LL SHOWTMEMSELVB5.' H IVIi l^'-'Ut-^ l_-t- . .' » "'~- , TrJEY WERE HIDING OUT ON ME I'D STICK WERE UNTIL --·= CXX3MSDAY' by Les 1 orgrave ETTA KETT LOOiTHGT HO'JSE.ANO 5 Tl-16 (CE.V FOF2.1IF 1 ' " · - ICETTSJ'/ , M sow TO LSAVE V DONrwoBra' - You WONT uO HOME fr-

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