Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico on July 11, 1951 · Page 7
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Las Cruces Sun-News from Las Cruces, New Mexico · Page 7

Las Cruces, New Mexico
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Wednesday, July 11, 1951
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yftaiit»d«Y.E»«nlng, July 11, 1351: LAS CHUCES (N. M.) SUN-NEWS PAGE SEVEN : SUN-NEWS WANT ADS CLASSIFIED ADVERHSINa Minimum Ckar[e i*, SUb§eg"»nt Charge . , . ta per wort All clMSlflwl ads must 1m In kj 11 A.M. Monday through I'rUa; to llMure paMlcutton In that day* Issue.. Claolfled idvcrthlng to Sunday's paper muat he In by 11 A.M. Saturday raonilnf. Cush mint accompany order or all classified »!« except to tkow liavinp rejrular dliplay advertJafji] 4hurge accounts. ·; ; All cla»mtifd MlTOrtMnc nwt bti »chcdulc4 for a deadline perM ine day or more, and If orderei ^nd net there will be no refund. Ads mint be Bcheduta) a definite number of;. day§ and no refuntfi will bo made on clawUled advertising,. ,., ., .-Any claims for credit or additional .Insertions of classified ads due to errors occurring in advertisement must bo matlv day following publiskliv of ·dvertlw- mont, PRONE S» or M 1-- LEGAL NOTICES IN THE -PROBA-in i;OIJRT FOR DONA A.VA COUNTY, . NEW MEXICO III tile Matter of the Estate uf Mary S. Kolmra, Deceased Nos. 1587 and 1610 N O T I C K TO: Tommy T. Kolmra, Jeanne Kohara and Jo Anne Kohara, and ull unknown heirs of said t decedent, and all unknown per-sons claiming any lien upon, or -right" title or interest iii or to r : the estate of said decedent: ..You. and each of you. hereby are notified that at 10:00 o'clock a. m. on August 10, 1951. at the Probate Court Room in Las Cru- te.s. New Mexico, the Court will proceed to hear and determine the final report of Carl T. Nakayama, administrator, and any objections thereto, and will proceed to hear :ind determine the heirship of said (tecedont- and the ownership of .said estate, the interest of each ; respective claimant therein and thereto, and the persons entitled to distribution thereof. You arc.. .further notified that Mfchcm fr Mechem, Box 69, Las ·^ Cruces, New Mexico, are attorneys "for the administrator. Witness, the Honorable Mabel B. Chavez, Judge of the Probnte 1 Court, this 2.1 day of June, 1951. B. C. Chavez Probate Clerk By Constance Palmer Deputy (SEAL) yPub: June 27, July 3-11-18. 1951 IN THE DISTRICT COURT Or DONA ANA COUXTV, NEW MKXICO »TURRENTINE C H E V R O L E T COMPANY INC., Plaintiff, vs. CLIFFORD COPPOCK Dgft-ndniii. Cause No. J 1885 NOTICK Or SAI.K NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN: iThat by virtue of the final decree in the above court, made ami entered In the above styled cause on the 8th day of June, 1951, it was adjudged 'and decreed tnat the . above named plaintiff. Tiirrenune Chevrolet Company, Inc., hav; ;m-l recover of the defendant Clifford Coppock, judgement in the priari- ^ pal sum of 5361.51. with interest ^thereon in the sum 1 of 5JM.2H. attorney's fees in the sum of 539.50 and costs of suit to be taxed; and it is further adjudged that the f mechanics lien of plaintiff men' tinned and set Fni'.h in the rom- )· plaint be foreclosed thai Ihc i n t o Oklsmobile automobile described in said ..omplaint am' decree he snld ';« satisfy said decree: and the ^ijidersipned B. \V. Knody was np- p'tirted Special Master to pell said ·property to satisfy the amount due plaintiff with costs ami allowances ^tln said Cause and the expense of said sale, in the manner prescribed oy law. NOW, THEREFORE, hy virtue y?f the power and authority con- vcrrcd lipon me by said decree, 1, the undersigned Special Master, will, on t.he 16th day of July, 1951. at 10:00 o'clock, A. M. offer for sale and sell at public vendue at the T.irrentine Chevrolet Company, Inc., Las Cruccs, New Mexico, U the highest and best bidder Sfor cash in hand, all the right, title anil interest of the defendant Clifford Coppock, in and to the 19-10 Ohlsmobilc automobile described in saiil decree, to'wit; Serial N(i. G 18631. Special Engine No. 873)0. · · · ' · . /s/ B. W. Snorty Special Master Pub. June 2P;27, July. 3-11,'- 1951. 3-- LOST AND FOUND LUST -- RED LEATHER BILL- fold, cash, check am! identification papers near Johns Newsstand. Payment has been stop : ' ped on check. Please keep cash ami return papers and chock to John's News-Stand or Mrs. Dori othy H. Irving, General Del. Las Crurrs, N. Mex. 82-2p-S3 (5-- SPECIAL NOTICE 1 M^OOHOUICS A N O N Y M O U S I Box Ml. Phoni 1H7-J between ! 7 and 10 p. m. 1-tfn IWkv rlljY IN EL PASO WHEN 1 you can do better at Stevens [^Furniture Co. 1-Wn Rt used, We repair all makes. f 11« N, Main. 1'hune 677. 1 t . t f n B-SERVICES CESS 1'OOL PUMPING, PH 1531-M. 80-18p-07 COMPRESSOR WORK -- LARGE and small, wells cleaned. Blasting. Bunch's Real Kstatc Phono 1030-R. 83-tfn CLOTH COVERED BUTTONS and buckles made from yout material. Pearl snaps and studs placed on shirts and blou.i«s. , Quick Service Cleaners, 131 North Water , 1-M-W-Fri-tfn ANNOUNCINC- Prlvate employment A g e n c y moving to 431 N. Church St., ph. 1202W. Ramon Bernal. Notary. 17-W-F-Su-tfn Trenching done with mechanical ditcher. Ideal for footings, sewer lines, etc. 12 to 18 inch wide, up to 42 in. deep $1 75 per cu yd. Minimum charge $15.00. ATLAS LUMBER CO. Phone 900 1 l-su-w-tfn Does Your Roof Leak? CALL 700 S W Construction Co. FREE ESTIMATES 18-TFN RAYFORD GUFFEY'S WELL SERVICE Drilling Pump Installation Cleaning- Out Pipe Pulling Complete Well Service Prompt Courteous Efficient Phone 012-J5 Rt. No. 1-Box a? li. Las Cruces 81-6P-86 Frigidaire Service By DAVE NUSBAUM PHONE 340' DRUM ELECTRIC 29-tfn Are the flics and bugs pestering you? Kill insect pests in your home and garden with "Kilzit" and "Ocla-KM". Kills three ways - hy contact - hy eating; ; by. vapor. - Leaves, an invisible film Hint Kills for \veeks. Your Chuckerdale Store 81-3C-83 7-- HELP WANTED EXPERIENCED S O D A FOUN- fountain opoi-Htnr, experienced person to make sandwiches, short ardors, etc. Cnll The Co - iege Canteen, Ext. 316 for Interview. Only the best need npnly. S2-5P-S6 --HELP WANTED Male JXl'KKIIGNCED SERVICE -STA- tion and attendant. References required. No phone calls. Muircll Conoco Hen-ice. 887 N. Main. 76-tfn VANTBI) MAN TO LIVE AND work in Anthony. N'. M. as meter reader. A minimum age '20 years. El Paso Electric Co. Mesilla Valley Dlv., 575 N. Main. 82-tfn WANTED -- Auto mechanic; good pay, well equipped shop. JOHN MILLER Motor Co. Pliune 258 650 South Wain 83-tfn --SALESMAN WANTED There's no question --"Which came first, the chicken or the C gg?" ,, at the Checkerdalc Store. We know about, the chickens. The big question now is which pullet will lay the first egg. Have you picked your favorite pullet yet? If not, you better come down to Farmers Market and pick a winner. You may win one of our valuable prizes, FARMERS MARKET - Ph. ;;;i.1 Your Chcckerditle Store 81-3c-8;j I--WORK WANTED VASHINU AND IRONING, 605 E. Juniper. . .78-6p-83 2-- FOR RENT 1ODERN, FURNISHED APT. large living room, kitchen, bedroom. Floor furnace, air conditioned. Less than 1 ypnr lease, not considered, no pets, available Aug. 1st. See Baylus Code, 109 W. Greening, Ave. phone 477-J. 82-4p-85 BEDROOM HOUSK, UNFUR- nished, 3 miles south Mesilla highway 28, ph. 0390-J-l. 82-5p-86 SMALL HOUSE. FURNISHED, 160 Willoiighby. . 82-6p-87 AIR COND, BEDROOM, 715 W. Las CMICCR Ave. Ph. fll-W. 82-3c-84 MODERN, NEW ATTRACTIVE, 4 room apt. Tile bath, conveniently InrMrd, hllln pnld, laundry fiidHllr-H. Cnuplos nhly CulloiUH Ant*. rtlS R. Main. 70-tfn 12-- FOR RENT PATIO . APARTMENTS, FUR- niahed vacancy, phone 090-J2. I APT., a BEDROOM, KITCHEN furnished, 126 West Lis Crucei ph. 732-R. 1-tfn Uoncd, 3 room apartment near college for couple. A. E. Fltc". , · 76-tfn 2 BEDROOM HOME. MODERN. Imniire 1030 W. Brownlee, 82-3p-84 TWO BEDROOM ATT. FURNISH- ed, Mesilla Park, phone 0296-J2. ' · 81-Cfn 1317 Picacho Avenue, suitable' for shop, offices or small business. Altio store at 1910 Picacho. L. A. -Cardwell, phone 236. 81-3p-83 MODERN,. FURNISHED APH\ utilities paid, $50. Couple only. 1425 S. Maiizanita, one block junction El Paseo and Foster, south Drivein theater, 0295-R3. Sl-tfn 4 ROOM APT. UNFURNISHED, $55, phone 471. 81-3C-83 HMALL, FURNISHED APART- meni, utilities furnished, adults only, 565.00 per month. Phone 293, 8-5 p- m. 83-2p-84 SMALL, MODERN. ONE BED- rooin house, unfurnished. Su t- ablc for couple with one small child, $40.00, Mesilla Park, phone 0288J4. '82-2p-84 Have you seen our new paint job on our elevator? We had the top of our elevator building Checkerboardetl red and white. It stands 70 feet in the air so you can't miss seeing those large red and white checkers. Always look for the Checkerboard signs when you need Purina feeds. Come and see us -we enjoy company. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store Sl-3c-83 13-- WANTED TQ-HENT MUST HAVE TWO BEDROOM, unfurnished house by Aug. 1, Write Box 11 Sun-News. 30-6p-85 TWO OR THREE BEDROOM furnished or unfurnished house for college professor, ph. 409-W, SU-Qp-SG 2 BEDROOM, UNFURNISHED. Needed by Aug. 1st. Andres A. Snlas, Federal Bureau of Internal Revenue, Las Cruces. N. M. . Ph. 139. 83-3p-85 15-- FOR SALE FRYERS, WILL DELIVER TO locker plant, 36 cents pound. G. A.' Loomis, ph. -8S5-R. 82-4c-85 GOOD USED TIRES. SHOOK Tire Co. 1-tfn NEW POTATOES $2.75 PER 100. L. B. Lindbeck, End of N. Ahi- meda. 83-4p-8U 2 PIECE LIVING ROOM SET EX- cellcnt condition, but very reasonable. Phone Mrs. Hnrdin 258 between 8:r0 and 5:00. 83-2p-Sl GENERAL CONTRACTOR Rougli lumber, planed lumber, modera*" 3 price, Pee Gee Paints, all coloiw. Have Brickrete building block, red buff. SMITH'S Lumber Yard. Cor. Madrid Mesquite. Ph. 3456-.J. 29-tfn Here's Proof that Purina Fed Hogs pays off high dividends. You remember Ike only gained two pounds in two weeks when fed straight grain and weighed 18-1 pounds. Well, we started feeding him Purina Hog Feed and last Saturday he weighed 213. He gained 20 Ibs. in two weeks. He is now ready to butcher -- do you want to buy him ? No one here at the store wants to butcher him because he seems Hke part of our big good healthy hog to butcher you better buy Ike. FARMERS MARKET - Ph. 333 Your Checkerdalc Store 81-3C-83 ] 5-- FOR SALE · | Shook Tire Co. 1-tfn scales, register, phone 099-J2. 70-14p-83 1K51 . SCHWYN BICYCLE, EX- ccllent condition, front wheel handle brake, phone 1009. · 78-6c-83 DEUC.IOUS CAPON FRYEHS, 11.00. and up on foot. $1.25 and up dressed. Dr. Horton Poultry Farm 1520 W. Hadley, ph. C37- M. 42-tfri S P E C I A L S Bed Room Suiles....40 f /f Off Sofa Beds $20.00 9x12 Wool Kugs 22.50 Mahogany China 42.50 8" Elec. Fans 4.05 Floor Lamps . . .. 8.00 Boat Motor " . 150.00 8 m|m Mauser 28.50 Phone 282-R Furniture Exchange 130 W. Las Cruces Ave. EQUIPMENT SALE : at i The College Grocery Market Milton Hall, State College, New Mexico 1-Model 200 Federal Stcakmak- er;'l-Model 4312 Hobart Meal Grinder; 2-Ba.rnes Scales ( c a . 30 Ibs.); 1-Kock Refrigerated Meat Case (complete with compressor) ; 1-Tyler Refrigerated Walk*in Box (complete with compressor): 1-G ft. Glass Candy Case; 1-National Cash Register {hand-operated, single drawer). These items may be inspectei any time from 8 until G p. m. daily, except Sun. A. C. Kamford,' Sr. 82-op-SG 16 WANTED TO BUY HJGHKST PKlChJo .PAID FOR used pianos. Stevens Furniture Co. 316 N. Mala. 'Pone 677. 1-tfn HOUSEHOLD F U R N I T U R E . Any condition. We buy anything of value. Phone 93I-J. Viaduct Salvage Yard, 924 W. Picacho. 1-tfn 17-- REAL ESTATE For Sale TRAILER HOUSK, FURNISHF.D, small building and 2 lots. Must scil at sacraficc. 1224 ' S. Alamo, phone H76-J. 83-4p-B6 2 MODERN HOUSES, WELL "constructed, you should sec them. 1201 N. 5th St. Telephone 2 BEDROOM HOME, LARGE kitchen, 75 foot frontage, on u )per College Road. Inquire G. W. Watch Shop. 80-tfn MODERN, THREE BEDROOM house. Price §13,000, 133 Cambridge, phono 1075. 73-Gp-83 I cnn give you a break he- cause these 2 houses are my own - don't miss this chance to own your own home at ?500 down. One $2800 - other $3500. BUNCH'S REAL ESTATE Ph. 1530-R Ni' - e little home, Mosilla Park. $4,000.00. $2,000.00 will han- ! die. New 3 B. R. mdn., best of locations. Will carry good FHA loan. New 2 B. R. and den, mdn., a dandy house, priced right. New 2 B. R. mdn.. breczeway and large garage. Will carry a good FHA loan. New 2 B. R. mdn., well worlh what we are asking for it. BURESH REALTY CO. JOHN Office LOUIE 01S4-J:' 851-W 1578-1 S3-2C-81 17-- REAL ESTATE For Sale 17-- REAL ESTATE For Sale UNDER ALL IS THE LAND 1-120 W. P A R K E R : 2 b. r. home completely furnished. Elcc. kitchen. Lot 75x120. $7,500, with $2,500 down. 501 N.'VIRGINIA: Large 2 rm, house with bsith, screen porch across entire front, 2 storage moms, urge corner lot with 37 ahiulc and f r u i t trees. $3,500 with $1,000 .town and $30 mo. 1001 S. CHAPPARRO: Very n ce 2 b. r. home with attached garage. Hdw. floors, steel windows, Panelray hunt. Large rooms, plenty closets. Corner lot 75x130. $8,500 with $2,500 down. Good buy. CHAPPARRO at FOSTER RD.: Modern 2 b. r, house, lot 175x1.25, shade . fruit trees. garden/Terms. . '. $5,000. 1800 W. AMADOR: 3% Acres, rrigatcd, 2 b. r. house with shnwer and n large 3 rm. houss. not modern. Lots of shade. Terms arranged $11.000 1107-1100 N, REYMOND: Duplex, 1219 N, REYMOND: Dandy "2 b. i windows, Panelray heat. Terms, MESILLA PARK: lively 3 b. r. I 1 ing mountains. Hdw. floors, Hen rented $11! mo. i ., a most new. Hdw. floors, steel $8 000 ome on landscaped half acre fuc- c r a t o r fireplace, 13^ baths, gftr- sin nnn BETWEEN HIGH SCHOOL A Jr. HI.; Fine 3 b. r, modern home with wall to wall carpeting, lamlscrned lawn, garnge furnished HARDWARE A APPLIANCE STORE to be sold at inventory. Laundromat - Busy and Profitable Bar - Motel - Bar A Grill YANCY CLARK, Rpnltor, 4M N, M.iin. Phono riH5 fi2-2c-K3 117--REAL ESTATE For Sale AT COLLEGE .'i bedroom muilcm brluk homo - 58,500.00, terms. BURE3H REALTY CO. John OL84-.I3 Oflico 861-W Louie 1578-J 8l!-2c-SI 19--USED CARS For Sale ia-10 PLYMOUTH~n6blt SE- clnn motor overhauled, new tires, ph. -190-W. 82-3|J-81 fQR SALE 1U50 C.J1.C. TRUCK ami trailer, excellent condition, Conncllcy Fruit Stand, Mc.iilli Park. S2-3p-S'l IIMB PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR DE- Luxe sedan," den n, excellent condition. One owner, can he seen at Western TCXEICO Truck Stop. · 80-Op-85 1940 FORD 2 DOOR SEDAN, less than ceiling price, ph. 068. 63-tfn Immediate Delivery on THE NEW BUICK In Las Cruces at ... . CULLOM BUICK CO. 315 S. Main Ph. 1016 3-tfn IIUfiK AU'AI.KA CHATSWORTil, 111. /I'i-Lloyd Shafcr, national champion contour plower, raised u sensational crop of alfalfa, biome grass and ladiuo clover. In fuct, he had so much hay he was hard put to know what to do with it. So a trench 18 feet wide, (iO feet long find 16 feet ('eep was dug. The shoulder high stand was cut and put in the trench nilo. H will be fctl to livestock next winter. T,he metnl liithium- is about a fifth as heavy as aluminum. SCCITS SCRAP ROOK . By R. J.SCOTT RLBE.LLIOK. Hrt£SlfA"f!riflLY OBtYtP UlS Of-PLR.. CScirl'if Af.C/WJ DID -fitr ROt.tA.Hi IRLAt it AD LS B/ tlu FP.OM F USE THE W A N T A D S MICKEY MOUSE h y W a l f D i s n e i SAW2SH... A GHOSTT^v' l ^"~ 'SLACK: SKIAN" AT YOUK SERVICE,uSNTLSMKN '. - 'WATCH Y DON'T 'WO»EY, MICKEY'S A OUT, C~=S 7 SHOST CAN'T OUT, ,=^T 7 SHOST CAN-' «30rVlJ/.W I MUST SUM! THE LONE RANGER EPC5T WHCT\| Tm USE". V.'EVE LOSTTKi TOIL/ O'WTOT^fc: j F ANi? 3EARCM FOR TdGSnWO.-i iNCWtT AT I SHOOT EN ON SGHT/ r_« fld bv Fran Striker MANDRAKE THE MAGICIAN LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY hv Brandon Wals!; DARN WE LUCK. t WISH SOMEONE VKKiLO COME AUW6- r oora co MAKE A PHONE CAI.LJ/R---T"~-^^i I WOW JUST HOW YOU FEEL- HOr-DOS STANDS SMF.tLSRAHD-'SPtCIALLY WHEW YOU'RE AWFUL * HUM6RY- HERE ---··' COMESTllE MAN, BIG SISTER f 60SH. I-HSTER.! W WOT FA YOU MCAN.YOR^ vou MEAN WE i\ NOTHING'? YOU DID A KIM HAVE ALL I VJ°B AND VOlAt" CEHIN' WE WANT TO / ] EAT TOR ,' iffesl!! by Lee Falk and Phil Davii MAYBE MOTHES \VILL 1 ! YOU WAIT. LET ME LET ME HELP CARRY ^r7 ASK TM!6 BASKET TO WHERE YOU'RE HAVING YOUR WHAT KIND OP A, MOWED IS SHE EMMY CAN'T ASK FOK A DAYOi OH,OH: i REMEMBER: SHE'S STEPMOTHER: · AMD WE'VE GOT LOADS C-FOOD. W^VVASTTEMMY TO COME PICNilC WITH US. BUT SHE'S GONE TO TOWM TO SELL VEGETABLES. IT'S NOTR3SSISLE.' by Les i orqrave ETTA KETT ^OM NOW ON YOU 1 ! MOOM-

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