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Las Vegas Optic from Las Vegas, New Mexico • Page 5

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Las Vegas Optici
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Las Vegas, New Mexico
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NOTICE NEW DEADLINE CLASSIFIED ADS Personal REDUCE safe, simple and fast with Gobese tablets. Only 98c. Murphey's Drug. 1-8-lt 4 Business Service CLEANING WAIJL IMi WALL atrmet Carpeina aateed. Call 425-7544.

BWANSON'S LAUNDBY NEED READY CASH? SEE Southern Mortgage Finance Corp. 805 7th St. 4254725 TV REPAIR AT GAMBLES EXPERT SERyiCE All Makes- and Models Call Ron Diehl 425-7518 l-8-3t SAVE BIG! Do your own rug and upholstery cleaning with Blue Lustre. Rent electric sham- pooer. $1.

GAMBLES. l-8-t 6 Female Help Wanted APPLICATIONS are now being taken for employment at the A DRIVE-IN at 1046 Fourth St. from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. Wednesday Thursday l-7-2t 18 For Rent--Bus. Property OFFICE SPACE or suitable for mall business.

Newly remodeled. Close to downtown. For information call 425-9545. 20 For Rent Miscellaneous HERMIT'S PEAK VILLAGE Across from Storrie Lake TRAILER SPACE TORRENT Large Lot Phone 425-9754 12-2-5t HANNAH'S husband Hector hates hard work so cleans the rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer SI.

WACKER'S. l-8-6t USUAL. MOTlCfc Dolores G. Martinez, Clerk of the District Court (SEAL) Pub. Jan.

8, 15, 22, 29, 1969 LEGAL MOTICK 34--For Sale Misc. BLUE Lustre not only rids carpets solid but leaves pile soft lofty. Rent electric shampooer $1. 1-6-6T PEP UP with Zippies "Pep Pills" nonhabit-forming. Only S1.98.

Murphey's Drug. 1-8-lt 2 10.00 22 tires, one new, one with 40 percent rubber. 2 sets of 10.00 22 single chains. Call Drummond at 425-6796. l-8-3t 36--Bus.

Opp. WOMAN FOR. HOUSEWORK, help with board $20.00 a week." 425-7401. l-7-3t WE DARE YOU to check us out at our expense. II' you are looking for a tremendous return on an investment servicing the liquor trade 3-4 hours part time i and develop to full time if you so desire $3,750.00 investment.

Not vending no selling. Company established accounts. 100 per cent guarantee. Buy back on inventory at all times. For information write World Wide Industries, 3871 Piedmont Avenue, Oakland, California, 94611 giving address and phone number.

12 For Rent Unfurnished Houses 6-ROOM HOUSE for rent. Partly furnished. Reasonable rates. Call 425-8777 after 5:30 p.m; l-8-5t 13 For rent Furnished Apts. TWO ROOM, private bath, furnished, couple.

Ph. 425-6460. 12-31-tf 15--For Rent Rooms ROOMS--Single men only, $25 Mo. shared kitchens, inclusive dinnerware. 915 Second Phone 425-5582.

i lr6-3T 43-- For Sale Autos WHAT A BUY! 1962 FAlRIiANE, ONE OWNERLESS THAN 45,000 MILES "RADIO, HEATER A-TRANS. TP'Kone 425-7359 After 5 p.m. STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SAN MIGUEL IN THE DISTRICT COURT. FOURTH DISTRICT No. 694 In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament and Codicil thereto of John H.

Leatherwood, deceased NOTICE THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO TO: Mae Leatherwood, Trustee, Fannie Brown, Diana -Read, John D. and all persons claiming any interest, right or title in and to or any lien upon the Estate of John H. Leather- wood, deceased and all unknown heirs of said John D. Leatherwood, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that the arid accounting of the Executrix; Mae Leatherwood, of the Estate of John H.

Leatherwood, deceased has been filed in the above entitled cause and court and that the 21st day of February, 1969, at 10:00 o'clock A.M., of said day at the Court House in the Town of Las Vegas, San Miguel County, New Mexico, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing objections and exceptions to said final report and accounting and the settlement thereof; that on said day the said court will proceed to determine the heir- ship of John 'H. Leatherwood, deceased, the ownership of his estate and the interest of such respective claimants therein and thereto and the persons entitled to the distribution thereof. The Attorney for the Executrix is E. Blattman, whose office and post office address is Las Vegas, New Mexico. WITNESS my hand and official seal of this court this 6th day of January, 1969.

Dolores G. Martinez, Clerk the District Court Pub Jan 8, 15, 22, 29, 1969 20th day of February, 1969, at 10:00 o'clock a.m., of said day in the Court Room, County Court House, Las Vegas, New Mexico, has been fixed by the Court as the time and place for the hearing on said Final Account and Report, and that at said time and place, the- Court will proceed to hear objections and exceptions to. said Final Account and Report, will settle the same and will further proceed to determine the heirship of said decedent, the ownership of his estate, the interest of each respective claimant thereto and therein, and the persons entitled to the distribution thereof. NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN THAT he name and address of the Attorney for the Executrix is: Mr. Roberto L.

Armijo, Las Vegas, New Mexico. WITNESS my hand and seal of this court this 6th day of January, 1969. Dolores G. Martinez, Clerk of the District Court (SEAL) Pub. Jan.

8, 15, 22, 29, 1969 NOTICE OF SHAREHOLDER AND MEMBERS MEETING The regular annual meeting of all shareholders and members of First Federal Sayings And Loan Association of Las Mexico will be held Wednesday, January 15, 1969 in the office of the' Association, 62- Umversity Avenue, at 7:30 P.M This meeting is for the purpose electing Directors arid such.other business as may properly before it. Robert Burger, President Pub. Jan 8, 1969 1966 SIMCA. In good condition. Call 425-8731 after 5:00 p.m.

1-8-31 LEGAL NOTICE We Guarantee Fast Service Need a printing job in a hurry without 1 loss of quality? We give, accurate service -all for one price- I JOi PRINTERS STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SAN MIGUEL IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT No. 709 In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of Jessie Brake Stephens, deceased NOTICE THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO TO: Harold H. Stephens and all persons claiming any interest, right or title in and to or any lien upon the Estate of Jessie Brake Stephens, deceased and all unknown heirs of said Jessie Brake Stephens, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given that the final report and accounting of the Executor, Henry E. Blattman, of the Estate of Jessie Brake Stephens, deceased, has been filed in the above entitled cause and court and that the 21st day of February, 1969, at 10:00 o'clock A.M.

of said day at the Court House in the Town of Las Vegas, San Miguel County, New Mexico, has been fixed as the time and place for hearing objections and exceptions to said final report and accounting the settlement thereof; that on said day the said court will proceed to determine the heirship of Jessie Brake Stephens, deceased, the of her estate and the interest of such respective claimants therein and thereto and the persons entitled to the distribution thereof. i'-The Attorney for the Executor is H. E. Blattman, whose office 'and Post Office address is Las Vegas, New Mexico. WITNESS my hand and official seal of this court this 6th day of January, 1969.

STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SAN MIGUEL IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT No. 763 In the Matter of the Administration of, the Estate of Eli Stein, NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX Notice is hereby given that Sai-ah Bible was on the 6th day of January, 1969, named and appointed Administratrix of the estate of Eli'Stein, deceived and has qualified as such. Notice is further given that all creditors' having or making claim against the estate of Eli Stein, deceased shall file and present the same within the time and in the manner prescribed by law. 'The name and address of the attorney for the Administratrix is Roberto L. Armijo, P.

O. Box 1626, Las Vegas, New Mexico. Sarah Bible Administratrix Pub. Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29, 1969 World news in brief Lts DAILY OPTIC Jose Rodriquez and there were reports that at the'piiiHp-Paid JIWI east 10 persons killed pines, Curtis P.

said get its vaccine-from but MELBOURNE (AP) Bush- was an organized theft by an ec- sweeping -this British, resortis- ires townships oh the centric coin collector." land, outskirts of Melbourne today, MANILA The new A government health official the blazes which roared today intends "to enrich now hrough the tinder-dry summer department with Socialist cine she can get. and Communist thought" to Arrangements to Britain needs all the vac'-'111 3,000 The farming township of Lara counter the Philippines 5 long de- dosses -of vaccine from Austra apparently was hardest hit, but pendence "on the" so-called free Funeral services Rodriguez, 93, we're were made as doctors in at for Jose held Wed- Church downed communications lines world." Bermuda reported 80 to 90 new at ftternient made thorough assessment of Romulo told a news confer- llu ca ses a day. The epidemic is at the' local ceieQty. iffiUkfy the damage impossible. An Aus- ence he wants to get "both sides ex ectcd to Ji each its peak about services were held Tuesctay at tralian Broadcasting Commis- ol.

the picture." He announced Feb sion reporter-said he had count- Tuesday that the Foreign Office PISA, Italy (AP) An earth ed eight bodies after flames develop its own experts on tremor Tuesday swayed the raced through 0 and a truck Communist affairs. driver brought 11 injured to Philippine, nearby Werribee Hospital and lias lately.been relaxing its rigid said today. Leaning Tower of government not increase its slant, exports Gonzales Memorial Chapel: 1 Rodriguez, a resident, died in a Las hospital Pisa but did Sunday. v' suid he had' left one woman for stand Trade Survivors' Camila include a sister, and to protect infirm from an dead. A firefighter, was killed at scale.

There was concern for the in- HAMILTON, mates of a' Lara hoine for the aged who had not been Heard from since fire was seen head- Australia ing their way. It was feared the death toll would rival that of "Black Friday," the 13, 1939, disaster in which 66 died and hundreds of. homes were destroyed by fires, throughout Victoria State. Thousands of commuters were stranded "be-: cause much rail line was burned put. Thick yellow smoke blotted Bermuda (AP) the 760-ycar-ohl tower.

The tow- Hong Kong flu vaccine is cr i more than 14 feet against Communism. In othcr areas of Tuscany i East European Wemoi opened cracks in Elbira Ortiz reported countries has started on a small alls and cc ji mgs of: Griego, both of Las buildings much vounger a 3 lan I and MdnUel, and Carlos being'flown to Bermuda from the vortical, and the slant is 11 01 Las 6 creasing at the rate of 1.2 millimeters each year. the aged epidemic Gorizales in charge. Funeral Home was in By THE PRESS encd the federal campaign Up to now non-solid cancers, A The against organized ssuch as leukemia, Jia've been agency has set Feb. 28 as said Tuesday in 'Ills', ahixiial b)xes fo'f-the next major step port on the Department of drugs; 1 out the- iin ''over the city Aus- toward "s'goal of landing an lice's antierime activities.

tralia's second largest, 'and fine ash filled'; the air, blanketing buildings-, and 'general sneezing and watering 6f eyes. American on the moon this sum- The first strike force mcr. STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SAN MIGUEL IN THE DISTRICT COURT FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT No. 711 In the Matter of the Last Will and Testament of: GORDON E. MELODY, deceased.

NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT THE STATE OF NEW MEXICO TO: Oletha G. Melody, Marilyn Melody Elliott, James Harland Elliott, and John Gordon Elliott, and all unknown persons claiming an lieu upon or any right, title or interest in and to the Estate of GORDON E. MELODY, deceased, and all unknown heirs of GORDON E. MELODY, deceased: GREETINGS: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Saturnine Vigil services set for Thursday Rosary services are scheduled at 7:30 tonight at Gonzales Memorial Chapel for Saturnine Vigil, 74, who died Tuesday at a local Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church, with burial to follow at Mount Calvary Cemetery.

Vigil, a lifetime resident of Las Vegas, is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Jake Trujillo of Cheyenne and Mrs. Louis Laemmle of Las Vegas; two sons, Adan Vigil and Dave Vigil, both of Las Vegas; two sisters, Mrs. Domingo Martinez and Mrs. Charles alleges, both of Denver; a brother; Oriesim'o Vigil of Denver, eight grandchildren and four great-grandchildren.

Gonzales Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Utah ranchers file suit SALT LAKE CITY (AP) A federal court suit asking that the Interior Department be prevented from raising grazing fees on public lands has been filed by five Utah residents. The five asked U. S. District Court to issue a temporary injunction against the proposed grazing fee hikes.

The hikes were proposed last November by Stewart Udall, outgoing Secretary of the Interior. The five who filed the court action are members of the Western Industry Organization. They are J. R. Broadbent, livestock operator in Utah, Wyoming and California; Joe Anderson and Malan Johnson, Grantsville; Clive C.

Sprouse, Roosevelt; and Newell Johnson, Provo. The scientists say vthat while went animal experiments are encour- into Buffalo, N.Y., in 1967 and there is The National Aeronautics and the foray resulted in 21 indict- drug will be, useful againstifian- Administration Tuesday ments that year and 34 more in cer in man. Butthoy iare plan. i officially -announced 11 a.m. 1968, he said.

liihg efforts to develop. suitable (AP)--v The; Royal EST the last day of February as Last year, were doses for, Dence the ''go" time for Apollo 9 a sent to six cities: Detroit, with The, polyinQSJnic- coins on exhibit Tuesday, and 10-day" earth orbital mission to 67 indictments; 'Brooklyn; N.Y:, acid.v-..;j -t i i i someone inrnediately pinched test the. complete three-par! with 71; Capital-JFoptapte it. spacecraft designed the delphia, with and The; Associated Press The which' Will replace moon mission the 10-shilling note-when British go es currency goes decifnar in 1971, the was stolen from -a hotel showcase. coin's that on Apollo 9, in Apollo 10 will orbit Newark; :iSf.J.,v..

io-'- indict- Wilbur J. Cohen, in had been exhibited 1 before also astronauts could be were stolen from the' exhibit. The 50-pence piece, which will be worth $1.20,, is'believed'to be altitude. Then, crnment report 5 million mid-summer, two Apollo 11 ing success with a 65. He the first certain ajrid men to set.

foot on the earth's cancers have i previously that lie would f6r satellite. responded only to' surgery and substantial (AP) radiation in a -rity bpnefits. WASHINGTON the only seven-sided coin in the Teams of lawyers investiga- Researchers at. the Natioiial world. tors from various cderal agon- Institutes of Health say.

they Capital By The. cies, are, responsible for the in- hope to try new. synthetic I am. an'arch- ical against solid, Hess, ho Only six have been minted so dictment of 189 racketeering fig- chemical ures, Atty. Gen.

Ramsey Clark growing tumors such as rBarry famed "lt was probably -stolen by sa3's. and breast cancer, which in; 1964,, ex- some ignorant person," an offi- The new force, tech-'not responded to other anticanc- pressing his kinship the "I doubt whether it nique dramatically strength- cr drugs. -Left. cial said. 1969...

(Continued from Page 3) American Way." Escorted by a man in an Uncle Sam costume, the models paraded back and forth in sprightly red, white and blue hats. One of the highlights was Frank Olive's off-the-face roller hat with an American eagle print. And for the woman who collects "status" items--the Gucci shoe, the signature scarf, the chain belt--there were "status" hats. All had brims and were THAT the FINAL ACCOUNT I casually soft. Many, like Yves AND REPORT of the EXECU- TRiX of the Estate of GORDON E.

MELODY, deceased, has been in the above styled and numbered cause; that- the LAS VEGAS DAILY OPTIC WANT Call 425-6796 For Further Information St. Laurent's fedora, matched band on the hat to a belt or scraf on the skirt. The St. Laur ent featured a t'old metal ha band and matching belt. Opening the American De signer Showing, was Arnolc Scaasi's collection for Tanne Knits.

Ranging in price from S6 to $125, the outfits featured tex tured weaves giving a bais relic appearance, gently inoulde bodices, fitted waists and. bias cut sections. A new idea was vinyl on knits, dramatically shown in a costume including a bright orange vinyl cape, lined in an abstract blue and orange knit and worn over a matching knit dress. Similar prints in different colors and styles were banded with plastic at the neck or hem. I'LL FLY -THEIR ECONOWFUHT AGAIN WHAT HAPPZMBD (5000 I LOOK TERRIFIED Jf PROJECTIONIST IFVEWflNTME TO BftBV-SET WIFTATER, AUNT LOWEEZY I'LL BE PLUMB TICKLED ID BLESS JOGHAIDS HEART! HIM AN'THAT TATER ARE QITTIN'CLOSER'N TWO PEflS IN A POD TH 1 VALLER I JEST GOT TO SO DOWN TOTH'GEiVJERAL STORE, JUGHAID, AN)' I vVUZWONDERKVJ' IF--UH-- WHAT OU THERE FOP, WANT MY HIDE BECAUSE THEY THINK I'M A NOWAY TO ff WHAT'S THAT SHOUT 'A SfTTtfMfffT.

MY ARMS ARE GIVING IF THIS FOG THOSe INDIANS WILL BE 5WARMIN OVER PCN'T WANT QUITE WILLING TO LET ME PEMANP THE JHUTH'f IS THERE SOMKBCDY fiSE YOUR.LIFE? TWO SOMEBODY" YOUR. SONS --THE TWINS. ftW -THEY'RE AWFULLY WE'VE RNISHEC? WITH THIS BUSINES REALLY- MUST GET THEM TO. BEP. GQOP NfSHT, ALL.

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