Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 6, 1951 · Page 2
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 2

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Friday, July 6, 1951
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PAGE TWO.. LAS CRtiCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS g, Julr SAVING OUR INDEPENDENCE Dona Ana County April Retail Sales Volume Falls 33 Per Cent tinder March A! o( Hit Drclarallmi of Independence is scaled In an a i r - l i g h t gins,* enrlnsiin-. In \V:i!iIiIii*g1iii, O. U. t by »r. Hoy W. Wiimjilcr. Wutch- arc Alvln \\'. Krenirr (lelt) and Dr. G. M, Klinu. !*Srt«C £Stzutr · ·**»»?-. ....(i* . ,-,__ ^"fc^'--; .'·'·*'»$· ., ' 0o ' v ' r; 'Ri^.:r^ft*^i i . . . * · - . ;-i,u,.,,..,-. , j-jr,.. i, . ....^ ' ' : " " u r t . ' j I'.-irl (.1 ;tn r l c r l n u d r device wlilcll w i l l delect itn.v leakage nf iicllmil M-jilnl in ttn: K\-,M ruses Is Installed hy K. C. Cnilt/- THE D E C t A R A T I O H OF I N D E P E N D E N C E , 1T, r . years old Ihls yrnr, ami the- u i i ) ; n i . . l;'i:|''. "f !he ( " r n i : i i i i u l i n u nl t i n ; U n i t e d .Slates w i l l ' l m ··( n i i l l i i - n n r t i - ; i i l y in l i H m m - t l l l c ' d ular.s ijndnsiin-a fit a Constitution u-iv i . - ' . ' j ' i . I T i n-irn.'Hiy. to pri^crvc t h e m for posterity. A wnr- ]nt''nnp'.i' 1 .''fii'ly bn;nii lo .VI-JLIS ar.'i hy Hie U b n u y of Con^rcKH, .V.'iit'ir:.]! r.i|ii-:i'i 'if Slmi'.iar ds mid Liljliey-(Kveiis-KmI (ilt'i;;.'! r o m p n n y li;!t i.-v.-ni'-il l i c i t scu-nUiii.' I I I H I M I I I ' , of Ilio lil'.lorical p a i r l i i i i f i t t N in ciir- l i . . j , [ ,·.-,.;,-· - . i l l in-M-si ( | i ' l M l n r : i l i i m . (Ittli'intitinttali ;-1 A i n c r i c n . Is Dead A - M B U L A N C E Fulmer Memorial · · r l l i n i n ' 1 2 0 0 | C H K K X D C K . F i i n l b i u l , - I n l y II I '.'i'i J y i i n l Invi'.rrhupi'l, l u r i n i ' i n i n ^ I«ir,!iailtr to t h e U n l l i - t l KLalOH jinil j i HI" nl' H\|l:i,'il'.s tOj' tlljilotllftt-K, ' i l t i H l hen- (yil.i.y. U«. wa.-; (ft. .'· | K i u i w t i w'lili: Im hb'ld th-.i \Va.ih- - i - l Vi'd :i:, in'rbllfijiftilnV .!' Itll.'Will .iml China JHrl!i|r World War I I . V V h i l i - :inil-»BAitd(}r- I n MnSifoW, I i - V i ' i ' i ' i i i i jidl tn Dili 1 ill plum ii I ic his- lory hy pcr:in;i(ll!ift Hnvli-l I ' r i n m KOOJ^inl A U n i M . ' r St,nn» In (lino nl Uu- .hSv 0 / l i r i l i s J . K i n l w ^ y . . Hi- phivi-l ii / M I i - i i ' i i i l m - n i ii})« hi niivcrnl »in Tlm-i- i J-1 1 I lonfcn-iii-i'!!' i l u r i i i K Hn; war. ' In Dona Ana county, retail sales volume d u r i n g April was xi per cent below M a r c h volume. The New Mexico average showed an incR'ast; of 11 per cent, (icr.ordin^ to the hitftst issue of New Mexico Btitiitic.s.H. m o n l h l y public.'itlon Of thR bureau cif hnsint'.sH rc.icorch. [ Univpr.Hily of New Mexico. f SnlRii hy eating places in Dona ! Ana county remained about the ! flame. A Idi-RC incrcaHe was rt'port- i'.] hy f u r n i t u r e and appliance stoics, and substantial gtUns by dnij; and jewelry stores, The in- crRHHt'B "were not Hiirffck'nl, -however, to offset dcclinas in SR!CS_ by all nthor retail groups. April 1951 sales volume coihpDr- i.'d with Jtir»0 voltuiif showed u d m j j of 1'2 pur c^nt for Uona Ana Bounty. .Statewide, then: v.-n.H an of 11 per ct--nt. Allowing: for pi ice rlsiefl. thin jirohahly IndiCtiti.'H approximate cfjimlUy In physical volume of retail trade in i he State. Kniplc.yincnt. llfsen Rising cmploymnnt apponrnd to be tho key f a r tor in tin; H t a t e i business picture. j Compared w i t h a year before, ! the number of wage earners in | all i n d u s t r i a l ralejjoHuH was up, i u-ith the tiinj-le exception of t h e fi- i nance., in.Hiirnnee and renl estate j i:"'" 1 . '· · - · ' L. F.d^el, director of tl\e University of New Mexico Re- J i u i n u u , noted In his Hint liii.'iine. 1 !:! hullctin that employment in wholenaK 1 and rrtall trade made I he greatest nun;erle:il gain ovyr April 105(1. linn Is (;p H f l l d t llOWOVl 1 !*, thllt l l l L ' gain in (jonjitruetlun (HtiploViiieiit I had pi nimbly, the grcalewt net uf- · fi.'ct on general huslneus eonditloiiH. Certain aieaj; In t h u B l a t e . w l i u i i : m i n i n f ; uctlvllieii ui'e i m p o r t a n l Mrr-eived a :;hdt in tliu unn from a I t i n d n i i t i n n , t h y U N M Bulletin s t n t i-il. A f t e r skolHiliiK li picture of hij;h li-vH iiL-llvity In IjtiJjliifK.s L'lrclus, the A j i r l l isniii! of Dm bulletin iidlud H f - v c r f i l weiih Hpotti in the stiite's ccniHuiiy, KcUiil HII|I;H in s e v e n o f tile 1 nine disitrlcts wen- down from March i n i t l A p r i l ;i year a^"- U t i n k l i t ) ; a c t i v i t y , while sttill above the- level of n year earlier, w;i.-- a'|, r nuil ilt'Hl lower t l i i i n M f i i r h . Tin- v:ilni! of buililliiK permits was n u u ' l i Inwor In April t h a n in M y r c l i of this y i - i i l - u r i d only lliiee- i j i i i i r L i n s of .the m o n t h l y 'il.vovatfe of ioro. . . . ·'. ; ' : _ Private, |)ilHeilhirly reHillAntJal. i-onstnietinn. hn« sln'wod dliwti coji-- s i d c n i h t y and proini.srs pf-f I ' V i - n more. I'lthli.; cdn.HtriiCtln'H* hHfi. held up r e m a r k a b l y well,'. itiiRfti KiidiitiK'ers KMinutny. The b i i N n t i n poinied. out .'.one )·]).·. in! dnngfi- in ihe.'litiiie'M iM:6n : r u n y : t i n - rxrenllniiuily tliryo nyiii- ln-r nl euiployee.'i ei^n^cd i u ' C b n K t r i i c l i n n . whieh IH charncterlJiltr for its InHtabllity. . W i t h ' ] ] per cent of Ha non- ngrfculturul ·employment In construction, the utote could Buffer severl.ey from any substaritlal i!e- ci-casc in confltructlon activity, the hulletlri warns. Race Track's $2 Bettor Gets Much More In Beauty By FRANK EflK AV NmvslMituni S|HJ,-fc; 'Editor EEI-MONT, N. Y.-- -A few yeans ago a man cashed a $2 ticket in on .the dally double and put more l tlmn $2,000 in his pocket.' He .said: BcJmtmt Park. Il's-beautiful!" Behnont actuall looks like a park. Its shrubs are ! m ma cu lately trimmed, Us flowers arranged as neatly :is a bouquet. The man behind all the. transplanting and priming- is Bill Grant. 30-year-old general foreman and horticulturist He wot ka u n d e r Cornelius A. Boyle, track superintendent for 18 years, Even Boyle whose duties keep him racing 1 madly around the track from morn tu dusk', often slops to qilniire the flowers arranged hy Grant Ind two of his aides, Charles .Carter formerly. garln,er for J. P. Mai-pun; and J. P. Manjiuirdt, greenhouse manr ' ' · . ' : · · . UO Y«irn Of Work . Grant )s, one "fellow who knows ' a sweet pea. from n-Hweet; William. He has been at Belmont for almost 20 years; ' ' .,' Grant .'win toll you how many nasturtiums, geriitilmnH, . hydrangea' a'fe ' bn-.lhu grounds 'and where they .are.- IJe pin 'tell you what hind of cut, flowers liave been- placed on track President- 'George D. wlcfener's-.'disk each morning. · In- the .-greenhouses a r c - grown all t h e - floweis .that can -he seen around \ii« -'grounds and in the- flower' boxen. at I Jit Turf, and Field clubhouse.. These incltidc soine ·),- 000 pots-.df geraniums. In. pink, red pnil while," and sonic ' 250* jiot's of standnv'd geraniums six feet tail. lNi|UJ N', A t t e n t i o n · lt.torK..12o!mcn to. get thc,f|lanls in - shape - fol* the current 34-day spring .meeting ending · June 21. The spruig' planting included 3,399. plflntfi.;! 0.700 pots of- flowers, and l,iOp. ; 'plnhts' uscil.ti) decorate of- fit;u;-d;' v sk'ii: ; .. _ » / ; - - ,/'',,.- -·a'ctUn^.'Bclni'flpt in, shape hoY- liifiifhtvajJlJf is. £, ycur -round job. "Right riiiin .vC-ork'iri the 'gree'nhous- .p.V'fti 'thV \ylriter thtircY.a 1 nightshift., ' ·'.'';'.' ·/. .." ' ; .' , ·-.'' '. ·· .'"if . a ^greenhouse froze,". says 'di'a.rit ( "we couldn't replace it. So wo.mttst keep all flowers' ill n.ccr- tn'ih tompbiiuurq. 1 ' ·". · .' · · : - '^NoVv/c'.htivc 1,500 pots -^of. cel- v u.s . , i . planl.s .In'. -the gruWtlipiises.-'j The hu'liti ywllti.w'imtms indite/ frecrcor- afifti'fl when the Ladluij Handicap · «x,- Refreshingly '.yotiifs.;.* of sky'blue waters*: ]-. T.ift n fnwly jjlasa pf Ilniiim's Uccr. It's like ·', cnU-liiiis n'l-nnl lirfoio. off iijakci llainiii ' . ' liili i-ii|iluri'il for 1 j'nn tlic rcfrhsliing persoMnlily · nf'llic Imiil (rsk')'.MrtK wntws. Try it--- ·-..:. you'll :ifircr il'n Anicrii^i's most rcfn-slilng l«cr; MllniiriiJii ll.n BnnnaReds Seek Nationalization Of All Foreign Holdings RANGOON t/Pi ~ l'*oreign properties would be nationalized under a Communist-planned Burma of the People's Democratic Front, according to n party manifesto issued here. The People's Democratic Front is composed of tho Communist-, ants' Party and the Burma Trades Union Congress. It is.led hy the former Labor Minister Thakin Lwin. ' . The manifesto says further that people's councils will mile the army, the police and of course the people. Since the present government suspended Its own nationalization program for the want of capital,.- the Front presumably would appropriate without, compensation. i.s run ntixt fall. VurlMy of Folliijrn . · j Often called "America''!! mont beautiful t r a c k . " Belmont. is crowded with trees -- oak, maple', linden, beech, weeping willow, dogwood, Japanese 'Cherry and niu- plcs. "The trues 1 take n lot of. feeding and pruning," says Grant. "Each spring we use. twelve 55-gallon drums of emulsified · oil (mixing 10'gallons of oil with .100 gallons of w a t e r ) to spray the trees. We trim' seven miles of hudgu. twice » season. And we use six tons of fertilizer on the steeplechase and hurdles course,*' There's even more to Grant's job. He must ace'that the ifi tons of tanbark i n . t h e parade ring are spread evenly. The: same applies to 25 tons 6f~ bluest ones used _for the w a l k s - a n d paddock'driveways. Yes, t h e . $2 bettor gels a lot fur his. money. Much potash i s - f o u n d in wood nsh'esv ' .,. ". . .. · Weekly Pedicure Is Necessary For Best Appearance I!j HKTTV CliAKKE A I' Nrwjfetn'rc Bfiiiity" EdKor One pedicure will not last an entire summer. If you want your toes to twinltle as they peek-a- .boo out of your play-shoes for your toe-time in the sun, a weekly .pedicure is. your best foot-insurance. 1 If you can keep your f e e t . in good condition, your disposition will stay sweet' in spite of'swelt- ering 'summer days. Even minor foot discomforts can put wrinkles in a little girl's brow. So if you haven't attended to callouses, corns or other foot miseries, do so promptly, for your own salce. A simple treatment to refresh your feet after fln active day of standing or walking as suggested by a foot expert, is this:. Soak your feet in a basin of very warm ·soapy water for ten to fifteen ,minutes. Then plunge them into ice cold water. Dry well .and massage w i t h rubbing alcohol. Lie down with the legs', elevated on pillows and rciax'ifor fifteen minutes or so. Ointment ILi'lp.H There are some very good foot snaps and ointments which can lie' used to ease tired feet. Your doctor or druggist should be glnti to'advise you about themj '; · l . The pedicure' procedure is almost the same as that followed f o r - a manicure. Remove the old lacquer, then Mm your tocnails -- but make sure you trim them straight across." (This helps'avoid ingrown toenails.) ;. if you leave your nails long enough lo protect the end'of the eoc from pressure and irritation, nails will still serve their purpose, and look and feel attractive as well. Dip a cotton-tipped siick into cuticle temover and oil around your nails to help soften dead cuticle. Then scrub the nails with a little brush, soap and water. The professional manicurist flips a cotton-wrapped stick in peroxide to clean arid bleach under the nail. Another trick is to put tufts of cotton between the to to'keep them apart while the lacquer dries. A base top coat Is applied; before the 'polish:.,Summer" 'polishes arf gay and festive Un. seashell, sun red. and other glamor shadows. Apply Second " i . ·'. ';';..;:,; A f t e r the first 'coat of lacquer h a s ' b e e n applied,-let it dry thoroughly, then apply another cnat. ( A cnat .of. sealing-base coat, '.r now applied qn top of the tw. coals of Incquer.'··· ' ' S4 If a manicure.and pedicure aroAj properly given, it-should stay in I perfect shape until . the week is up. And the ten or . fifleon minJ utes spent on keeping fingernails and tocnnils pretty is well worth the effort./.' " . · ' LAS CHUCES .UQUQHS/1 The St6rV of Coofl Spirit*' - '· I FIXIN'S fill- VINE COObfe t'ncKage^Store · 334 S. M A I N ' J / ' Saws date ' from prehistoric "times, when they were formed from ·flint .flakes \\-ith finely jagged edges. . · · ,' W. J. LIHLE ;HEALTOH ; liKAl, ESTATK LOANS First National! Eanlt Bldg. ·, · ..i-IL - 2 7 0 or 1305 TOH ; · -· ·· Self Service AND General Laundry TRY HIGHWAY 85 LAUNDRY Ir. nnd Mrs. Noft, Owiicra Phone 357-J The MAT ING SEASON : RIO GRANDE -- NOW VIC-TONE / THAT EXTRA/PLUS IN DHY CLEANING MODEL CLEANERS 42 Phone S U P E R V A L U E S COPPER KING DENIM JEAN^S ir'Ox. S.nforiied. Size 24 io 36 Wiiit. $3.95 Value...............$2.75 T-SHIRTS I Several slyles Ib choose from. Designed, fronts in ' Small - Medium - Large .. . j' $2.95 V a l u e . . . ' . . . . . . . . . - . ^$1.50 MOCCASINS Suedes in colors of B*!ge. Whits, Red, with Inlaid pat-' lern on toe. Sii«s 4 lo 9. ' ' . _ $5.95 Value: .....$4.95 1 ' · · . Air Foam^Cushipn.. n , , . Here's A VERY SPECIAL BARGAIN IN MOCCASINS · Tan and Navy Blue. Siies 4' to 9. ( Air Foam Cushion. ·· ' $3.50 Value .........,.".,,... : $2.95. L I A R ' S L O D G E 108 S. MAIN · PHONE-1029-W BIG BARGAINS IN SUNDAY'S PAPER FREE GREASE JOBS TO KOBE. GET THE DETAILS. WHAT CAR BY THE POUND DOOR PRIZES CAR AUCTION WHEN '48 LINCOLN $1,095 WHERE NEXT WEEK! SATURDAY. JULY 15 1 ? . 1 . . . . .

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