Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 11, 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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Wednesday, July 11, 1951
Page 5
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LAS CHUCE8 IN: M.) SUN-NEWS, PAGETIVS TARZAN, UNTIL--' ' * *' ' * ' ' MARIO BONO, 10, didn't feel like Tarzan any niore when lie slipped into this fix In New York."He-yelled for help. (International SoundplioioJ City Swimming Pool Attracts 10,520 Since Opening In May To date this year, J0.520 admissions have been recorded at the Las CJruccs Municipal swimming pool. The pool opened in May. There was a total of 8,510 during the month of June which\ included paid admissions and individuals taking advantage of the Wednesday free swims. Total paid attendance at the pool wns 6,822; four free swims totalled 643,' and there were 103 persons registered in "swimming; classes at the pool. Iv.H. MacDon- nld, nool manager, reports.. * - ,, Bi'oakdown of attendance during month of June reveals the highest number of swimmers were in the below 11-yeai'S-old bracket. Of that age : group, there were 3,509 swimmers; in the 12-16 bracket-a total of 2,122,'ami 1,191 in the 17 year and older age group. While .they were swimming 1 the water' enthusiasts draJik fi.331 Cokes and purchased 2,206 candy burs at the snack-bar-located, near- the'pool. · · , ··' - , · · · · · · · ·· · -- · top day for pool attendance was Sumluy, May 27, 1 whun 54G persons used the pool's facilities. New swimming classes will- begin Monday, July 16, Mac-Donald , said. Registration for the second swimming course, is now open, anil prospective swimming students are asked to register at the pool for the classes not later than j-Yiday, July 13. The pool is open daily from 1 to 9 p m., with a free swim each Wednesday from 9:30 to 11 a.m. - ,The capital of Liberia is Monrovia, The country was founded in 1822 .by Negro frecdmen-from the United States. Scientist Discovers Secret Of Color Nixing By Machine AP Ni'U's i natures CHAMPAIGN, 111. --. Scientific mixing of colors has been achieved by Prof. Jozef Cohen of the University of Illinois. Combinations of color never before sec7i are being achieved daily by a machine inspired by a spherical shaving mirror. Cohen, of the department of psychology, said his apparatus can mix colors with scientific accuracy. He calls the machine an "Analy tie-synthetic- colorimeteric-apptiratus"." A viewer looks Into the "ASCA" machine through a binocular-like eyepiece. He sees as phcre the size o'f a telephone dial. . Two colors appeal- on each half of the disk. . Cohen said he got his idea while recovering" from an auto accident.. He was shaving with a "magnifying" mirror and noticed how il focused a beam of light. Why not, he thought, use it to Female Hospital' Patients Greatly Need Beauty Care By BETTY; CLARKE A I* Nevvnfcn t u rw* Btmiif y Editor PHILADELPHIA -- A 'beauty service for hospital patients might be just the medicine for feminine morale reasoned Vincent nnd Jo seph- 1 PilPggi, beauty snlon operators..So the hoys established a hos pital beauty service. -.Now they Worki in closer ooperation with the hospitals, here, and .keep beauty operators stationed on. some of the hospital premises.; It all-began, according to Joseph, when hospitalized customers woultJ ·request beauty service from their salons. The' J'ileggis xlcclded that apparently "a woman feels bcttei when she looks better/ 1 , · · The service operates somet hing like room service. Only in thif case the nurse makes the beauty appointment. On . the scheduled hour, .a portable cabinet bearing necessary equipment is wheeled to the patient's bedside. There she is given a manicure,; pedicure, shampoo, fingerwave or permanent wave. iMost of the patients are those getting well from, surgery, accidents or chronic illness, and of course new mothers. Beauty treatments are not given to patients who are seriously ill, nor to those, with infectious diseases. The Peleggi's malic use of a waterless hair bath -- their own concoction -- for patients who cannot endure head soaking or vigorous rubbing that is part of the. regular shampoo. This detergent-type liquid is miiKsageU into the head and foam is removed along with dirt by rubbing the head with a turkish towel. ENOUGH FOR 1,500,000 'REEFERS 1 bring colors together from their most pure source, the spectrum. Using this principle, white light focused upon a grating, which splits the light into the spectrum. Selected colors are then directed into a spherical mirror. The result- .ng-beam is carried by Incite tuba to the viewing point. Cohen is able to investigate human "color sense" in a, way never before posible. ' WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BILE- WittoHl CalMDcl--ADd Yoi'll Ji.«p Oil tt fed !u tbt Mon.h.1 Ruin' t. G. The Hvcr should pour out about 2 pinU of bile Juice Into your iliKestivo tract every iUy. 1 [ thiii bile ia nut flowing freely, your food may not diKcxl. It may just ch-cay in Ihe diewtive tract. Then E« hlonUi up your utomach. You get constipated. You feel uour, iunk end the world looks punk. It Ultes thoM mild, gentle Cmrler'a l.ittla Liver I'ills to eel the.-* Z pints of bile Howing frecJy to make you feel "up and up." Gtt package todny. Effective in making bile 11 uw frtdy. Awh for Carter's Little Liver I'ilb, 37* ·* any U ruts tore. I N S U R A N C E FIRE -- LIABILITY -- PROPERTY DAMAGE WINDSTORM - HAIL -- AUTOMOBILE -- BUILDING CONTENTS -- PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS PERSONAL - COLLATERAL - COMMERCIAL STATE FINANCE CO., INC. 117 EasfGriggs Phono 968 Take a good look-make sure it's the whiskey that's Since 1891,"gentlemen] have looked at, liled j and lingered over this imooth, satiny whiskey^ (rom Old Kenlucky. Ask 1 (or the whiskey that's "Cheerful as its Name." ^ C(IAIH NEUfML SPIRITS i 193 POUNDS OF MARIJUANA, worth more than a quarter of a million dollars and enough to make 1,500,000 "reefers," is checked in by Detective George W. Winkel In Washington. The dope was found in upholstery and In secret compartments of car tn possession of John R. Weatherbee, 28, New York, held under 510,000 bond on charge of violating tax act. The cache is largest ever recovered In U.S. flnternutioncf Hankow Race Track Is Marlyr'sTVIusevnn HONO KONG, Wi -- The Hon- kow authoritica are transforming the city's race course into a ".Martyr's Museum-" The museum will commemorate CluiiVbU heroes "who gave their lives in the people re- volutionary wars" and "thch- courageous and unwavering; fight on behalf of the people, the revolutionary cause :imf our fatherland. . ." The inaugural ceremony has already been set for Oaober 1 - "Ntttional Day" in Red China. Alcannas IIUK the 1 only dlnninnU mines in the United Stales. Chamber Of Commerce Adopts 9-point Program To Guide Course Of Work To guide Its work, the MesUlfi Valley Chamber of Commerce has adopted a nlno-point program of action, Manager Clint Smith announced today. "No group-like ours can exist without something to work toward," Smith said. "To guide all of us in furthering the Chamber's work, the following program of work has been drawn up. \Va are actively engaged at the present in promoting evciy aspect of thi,s program." This is the program: 1. Maintain a.^rcssive advertising and publicity program designed to encourage tourists, small industries, and substantial new. residents. · - · · 2. Coortliiutie business und funn dements toward it bettor u ml IT* tu ndlng of unttuul problems, such a.s f wight rate ud- juslmcnts, mi tor usu stiutleK,. I unit to nmrkr.t roads. 3. Through merchants' representing all categories of retail trade, sponsor "business stimulating projects, work tmyaru" solution of problems in the various business chislsncatlons. 4. Work closely with city and county officials, civic, fraternal, farm religious, and veterans' organizations toward u coordinated civic betterment program. li. Actively participate In highway promotion programs tlutt Oona Ann county nuiy rwlvw Us fair Bhurv of benefits jo lw derlvfd from Impruved highway communication. ' 6. Poster amiable relations with White Sands Proving Ground, keeping alert for opportunity to assist that important national defense establishment. 7. Continue a program to bring closer together -our college and school interests with those of our business people. 8. Invt i Kllg;it |r(viHilIoual M-hrme* of »U miturv« to pro- tw.t our cfti'swiK from lalso chnr- ItU-s, sjHirinits sale* people .frauds, and taken. 9. Through a continuous membership conservation and expansion program, provide funds to accomplish the program of work. Power Lino Failure Fails To Block Delivery Of Baby ROCKFOHD, 111.. Wt -- The entire hospital was blacked out when a power line behind the Swedish-American hospital broke ajul shot blazing balls of fire a* cross the yard. Nurses worked their way through the hospital with candles and flashlights quieting patients. Doctors, working by emergency lights provided by city firemen, delivered u boy. · · - FLY CONTROL PRINCE ALBERT, Saak. UP).~ A new control methtxl Is being- used against the black fly menace' In Saskatchewan this summer. The program Involves dumping a mixture of oil and DDT In rivers. PRESENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS TOO HIGH? Combine present debts into one, lowering the pay- ments to more conveniently fit your income. S«« us iodiy for a L O A N CHILTON LOAN INS. CO. 123 No. Churl* St. This is the that Plymouth builds THIS IS THE SUFETY-RIM W H E E L that protects you in case of a blowout. It, keeps a deflated lire firmly on the rim so ll/won't twist, and throw your car out of control. THIS IS THE DOOR that opens wide--10 to 13 inches wider than In the other two leading low-priced cars. Jt means easier, more graceful exits and entrances. And door openings are higher too. THIS IS THE C H A I R - H E I G H T SE»T, highest in the lowest-priced Held. With legs and back fully supported, you sit In ah erect natural posture that means more comfort, less fatigue. There's ample headroom too. THESE (RE THE CONTROLS and c o n v e n - iences that only Plymouth offers In the lowest-priced field: An ignition key that starts the engine and puts the automatic choke In operation ... electric windshield wipers that don't slow down when you step on the gas ... and Safe-Guard Hydraulic Brakes that give you better, more certain control because they have a total of stx hydraulic cylinders compared to /our In the other two leading low-priced cars. THIS IS THE ENGINE, and the only engine in the lowest-priced ileld, that offers the brilliant performance of 97 horsepower with 7.0 to 1 compression ratio. _ **jw" ~~~ 'y THIS IS THE CAR with "Safety-Flow Ride"-one of the greatest engineering advances In automotive history. New Orlflow shock absorbers, along with other features, glvo you three times the cushioning power of ordinary shock absorbers . . . sure-footed safety on the roughest roads ... a relaxed and restful ride. [(uipmt'il inl It.m in utj.el u oiilibhlf cl nuliiUli m«OUIH Hnilin ol CII«»S1[« CORrORAIIOd. I»M| 31, KicNI,,, fvundon/y in P/ymoutfi in tie /owtf-pricect'ffe/c/ T H I S IS O N L Y PART OF THE S T O R Y of Plymouth valuel But for the rest, got behind the wheel and let the Plymouth Itself do tho talklngl Your Plymouth dealer will be happy to arrange a demonstration. PLYMOUTH BUILDS GREAT C A R S KOOU AVIATION . . . » WMOUTH tOlllH AC1MIY. Man, H t m,M d.el.n rp.nior Mod./ MM. I, conhilonli I,, //,. ,,,,! Pl, tit* M., na ,: a ,,l c«»l.ri In D.I,.*,

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