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   Las Cruces Sun-News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1973, Las Cruces, New Mexico                               Pigc 10-Sun-Ncws-LltCniccs, New Moko-TucsJay, March 13, 1973 Daily Television Log TUESDAY EVENING 4 -.00 {4) CH, 4 EVENING NEWS (6) KOli EYEWITNESS NEWS (9) CH. 9 NEWS SPORTS WEATHER 111) TV 13 NEWS SPORTS WEATHER (91 RONA BARKETT (41 SONNY ft. CHER (6) HAWAII FIVE O IP} POLICE SURGEON (131 THAT GIRL 7.00 "THEY CALL iT MURDER" Jim Kullon Llyod Brxkner (13) TEMPERATURES RISING (9) "HAWKINS ON MURDER" James Stewart, Bonnie Bedlla (6> MOVIE (13) "THE BAIT" An aiiractivr oolleewoman lire ai bhi Cures man'ac Into ft trap. .lurw Locknarg. Michael Cooitanllrw s'ar. (9> (Wl 0 (4) AM 7 TODAY NEW ZOO REVUE OTSM NEWS TODAY ROMPER SUN UP FASHIONS PLACE 13 AM...CLOSER LOOK. 13 AW NEWS FASHIONS WITH LUC4LLE RIVERS PRICE IS RIGHT GALLOPING GOURMET PRICE IS RIGHT GALLOPING GOURMET CONCENTRATION JACK LA LANNE GAMBIT DICK VAN DYKE SALE OF THE CENTURY DICK VAN DYKE (91 DIALING FOR DOLLARS (4) AS THE WORLD TURNS (4) TEMPO 19] THREE ON A MATCH 113) LET'S WAKE A DEAL WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON (4} THE GUIDING LIGHT 16) NEWSBEA1 [13) THE NEWLYWED GAME [4) THE EDGE OF NIGHT (6) TEMPO 19) THE DOCTORS [131 THE DATING GAME Hi LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDOREO THING t6J TEMPO [9) ANOTHER WORLD GENERAL HOSPITAL fi) DR. JOYCE BROTHERS THE SECRET STORM (6) TEMPO O3J ONE LIFE TO LIVE (4) THE VIN SCULLY SHOW ALBUQUERQUE Programming I News I Sports Phone 523-4545 For Your Hookup On Channel 6 OVE OF DIALING FOR B. MOVIE 10 WELBY. M D. CM. t LATE EVE 13) 10 00 WHERE THE HEART 6 FOR GOURMET 9 FOR WOMEN ONLY 13 NEWS 00 MIDDAY tJ) HEROES LOST IN SPACE TONIGHT DONAHUE HEROES LATE MOVIE WHAT'S MY WHAT, WHERE JUNCTION 1 ORHAM OF JEANNIE WORLD AMERICAN STYLE KOB EYEWITNESS (-11 JOKER 15 WILD KGG'A ABC EVENING NEWS AT OR 6 NEWS TODAY 11.00 li) MY CHILDREN THE JOKER IS WILD 11-00 HOGAN'S HEROES WILD WILD WEST MORNING 9 NEVUS AT CRONKITE i MORNING AAY DREAM OF JEANNIE C5 N1GKTLY NEWS 00 i EVENING NEWS I Residents In The Las Cruces area students selected for Phi Kappa Phi, na- tional interdisciplinary honor society include: Jerri Gantz, daughter of Mrs. Paula L. Gantz, 1615 Betty Circle; Greta J. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garrett, 305 Capri Arc; Mary Helen Gutierrez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abra- ham Gutierrez; Roberta Ann Hackler, daughter of H.M. Hackler; Eva Uiannc Hulsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amiel Hulsey, 590 Bonita Circle; and Janet Maurine Marks, who re- sides with her husband Law- rence at 1457 S. Espina. Phi Kappa Phi, national in- terdisciplinary honor society selected 22 Las Cruces area stu- dents for membership. Among these are Steven McClenahan. spn_ of Mrs. Mrs. Donald Carlen Court; Thomas C. O'Laughlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil O'Laughlin, 1700 S. Gladys; Paul Maddux Pinto, son of Mrs. Judith Pinto, 2110 Huntington Drive; Catherine J, Quinones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kerd Quinones, 1721 Calle DeSuenos; Sue Lynn Stall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Noel Stall, 220 W. Fleming; Sharon I.eigh Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Walker, 2100 Boise Drive, Clarence E. Watson, son of Clarence Watson, 2010 Jor- dan; Kelly Key Whetten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whetlen; and Denise II. Wright, who resides with her husband Lowern al 1333 Park Drive. Among the students from the Las Cruces area named to Phi Kappa Phi, national interdisci- plinary honor society are: Elfriede Andrews, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallburgar; Ste- ven B. Bnuvet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bouvet, Garfield; Steven Uru'ce Cobble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milan Cobble, 2019 Crescent Drive; Barbara M. Coffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Medinger; Barbara Ann Crouch, who re- sides with her husband James al 2025 Turrentine Drive; Monica do la Torre, saughter of Mrs. Margarila de la Torre, Route 1; and David Lee Fos- mark, soil of Mrs. Thelma M. Fosmark, 2045 Kosedale Drive. Arrey residents recently named to Ihe deans' lists from New Mexico State University include Deena Janette Lucero, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gonzalez; Ilwight D. Gillespie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Giltcspic] and Uebra Elain Houston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Houston. Garfield residents Steven B. Bouvet, son of Mr. alnd Mrs. Martin Fiouvet, and Eloutse Y. Kifiht.daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E.J. You g were named lo Ihe deans' lists at New Mexico State University for Ihe fall semester. Contract V North dealer. Neither side vulnerable. NORTH AC 4 2 V 8 4 2 A 9 8 5 2 Q North Fast South Pass Pass 3 Pass :i NT West WEST AQ J 8 K Q 10 9 7 G4 10 9 2 EAST AK 107 V C 5 K 7 4.8 7 0 4 SOUTH A 9 3 V A J 3 Q J 10 3 A j 5 The bidding: Opening lead king of hearts. Here is a fascinating hand from Spotlight on Card Play by Robert Darvas and Paul Lukacs. West leads the king of hearts, East playing the five, and South's problem is to give himself the best chance for the contract. First, let's assume South wins with the ace and tries a diamond finesse. In that case East wins, returns a heart, and South finds himself kaput. He goes down one. By Abigail Van Buren mi kr Chciio Tribm N. Y. Ntwt Syxl., DEAR ABBY: I play piano in a piano bar club. Many customers request special songs, and to show their appreci- ation they offer lo buy me a drink. I don't drink on the job, so I simply say, "No thanks, 1 never drink while I'm working." They smile and that's the end of it. Abby, if they'd give me the money instead of the drinks J would be very, very happy, but how does one convey this idea to the customers without coming across as a "money- hungry" musician? If they are willing to buy me a drink, shouldn't they be just as willing to part with the price of the drink? NAMELESS, PLEASE DEAR NAMELESS: Finrl a piggy bank in the shape of a kitten and decorate U with tbe following message, "I'm you may feed the kitty." Set it on the piano, but don't play, "The best things in life are free." DEAR READERS: I think (his is worth noting: "Every gnu that is made, every warship launched, every rockel fired signifies in the final sense, a theft from those who hunger and are not fed, those who are cold and are not clothed. This world In arms Is not spending money It Is spending the sweat of its' laborers, the genius of its scientists, Ihe hopes of Hs children. This is not a way of life it all in any tree sense. Under the cloud of war, K Is humanity hanging on a cross of Iron." Do yon know who said that? No, not George Me Govern. It was Dwight D. Eisenhower, April 16, 1K3. before the American Society of Newspaper Editors. And it's as true BOW as H was then. Next, let's assume South ducks the king of hearts, playing the three on it. (This play is known as the Bath Coup.) If West continues with a heart, South makes an extra trick and gets home quite easily, but if West is an ex- perienced player, he will not play another heart, for he can reasonably conclude that South has the A-J. Instead, West would shift to the queen of spades and con- tinue the suit until South took the ace. Eventually South would go down one, losing a heart, three spades and a diamond. Declarer's proper play at trick one is to drop his jack on West's king! West would have to be a mighty shrewd cookie to stop leading hearts after this play. He would naturally assume that South's heart holding was the A-J alone, which would be consistent with East's having the 6-5-3 and signaling en- couragement with the five. West would almost surely lead another heart to force out the ace. South could now afford lo win the trick and try a diamond finesse, thus guar- anteeing the contract whether the finesse won or lost. U would be unfair to blame West for falling into the trap laid by South's extraordinary falsecard of the jack at trick one. Good plays occasionally pay off! SUBSCRIBER SFRVICE do nol rtcilvi copy ill Thf lun To ciH 523-4581 between and p.m. weekdays and A.M. Sundays  t OUl VOlir Ndllonal Corporation Hatch, NM 6631 Arciashes General SERVICE TESTS! Men-womun 18 and over. Secure jobs. High starting pay. Short hours. Advancement. Preparatory training as long as required. Experience not always necessary. Write TODAY for FREE information on jobs, saaries, requirements, giving name, address and phone. Write Lincoln Service, Inc., Dept. 18-Z, 2211 Broadway, Pek n, Illinois G1554. PLEASE CHECK YC CLASSIFIED A THE FIRST DAY NOT retponllblf lor more IN Incorrecl day, or omisslcn c d any ad ordefEd more Ir 1 me. Icr correction be made wilhin H houri ol fi I'callon by Calling 523-458 Sun-News Classifc Weekdays Saturdays 9 a.m.- 12 Thlsnewtpaper rc.e edll. or properly class COPY- Claims for ip Mjillla PerK.NM 3 Anthony, NM 53" Meillla Park.NM n ONE 796? KermltC. ri Mesllia Park, ian one FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BANK Should KJS Delbriage Cafculsting Svi'ims Inc Adtfresi Unknown 1611 Wew Comer Grecf ng Serv'ce i Adorns Unknown No Deloado, Joie R., Purchaser ids Delgatfo.Manue'a R. Payee AddmiUnkncwn BSMS Hayes. William B Purchaser p- Frer.eh Coniul General Payee Addrtsi Home Study Schoo -Founded 1948 You GOLDEN DRAGON 7 09 S. Valley Dr. Try our Happy Hour cocktails at our Downstairs Lounge Daily p.m. Tuesday thru Sunday BUSINESS Colleflf. F n< National Bar.k lower. C T LAS CRUCES Community Co'Jtge Oc Cupe'.'onal rrainlng. MtcJira-. Denu Builreii Day and evening irntrodlon 1 r VIOI.IN-PJANO Viola Fw to k any Gold Bond SiampCo o! Minrxapolli on bill Address li 1 1 Help Wanted THEM CIOL-DF.N DRAGON 709 S. Valley Dr. LUNCHIiON SPECIAL to Daily Tuesday thru Friday Drop hi after cliuicTi Sunday for Fried Chicken Legal Soto, GregorloA. Psyef Address Give me one hour lo prove lhat iNfith NO expcricncp. and pfscticaUv NO invest mem, you con make TOP MONEY in your snare No othcf plan is like ours! Uon'l mils this GOLDFN OPPOIiTUNITY. Lea Myer; 523-G277 9'W Irdlv. FOR BIDS STATE Tne oansden Board cl Edtcat.an s AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE caltmg lor bids c.i ape roxmalely sevenly COMPANY OJfke 01 fhe Suoerintendenf. Weil Wash. K-O f.tjwj, r .ngion Street. Anlhor.y. Me. CO. The Bt i .1, 110 bid be Friday, Ht.l, Boxlio i'iB: War. ,cr Com m i n'or.er of Pets Electronics, Inc. Announces new low priced l.ASCRUCESSUN-NEWS Second Rubles. too rV-arch 13, 1973 DONAANA COUNTY ALL ADDRESSES LAS CRJCES -_.. _____ UNLESS OTHERWISE INDICATED 5 Business p m. or p.m lo 13 CO p m. 9 M 1 rronirs ?J1 UM Opportunities 

havifrg a ea market, March 17 and IB. on the Surptui Cily parking lot. Donations of items to sell would be greatly appreciated. kn-cfc knacki, lurniiure and so forlh, CAM 1794 or 523 ISU and we'll p Cfcup. 7 1 Now has [jart J (or collega students enrolled 1 this semester. Scholarsh ps J Available. Foi Details Pn. 1 524-7173 1 Member of DSA t Schools Instruction inscruction for trait and THE FRIENDLIEST. NICEST people are Avon emlomenl At an Avon 1 Now is the time to train al L for an exciting and rewarding ing soon lo train you in occup which will qualify you to e Look over the courses listed merest you. Then simply appointment to discuss you If you prefer, come down view our facilities. We are p like you to share our pride. the moment, maii us the con and we will rush informatio now. Take this opportunitv to a fulfilling career before as Cruces Community College career. We havfi calsses start-alional and management skills arn money -in a few months, sejow and decide which ones phone 523 9550 to make an r future with our counselor, o the school at any time to roucl of them, and we would If lime is your problem, al pon at the bottom of this ad n to yow. But regardless, act to start yourself on the way e c asses are fult. ASIC ELECTRONICS BooUutpiRf Accounting Tjfpiftf 1 Tjpfcf II Lepl Sites LIFIED CERTIFIED STRUCTORS ty College, Inc. Main Age Ph unselor call Mailed ABLE BODIED e man lo woiK fw p'umbiny Classifie i AdverHsir Rates Clurgc for 10 wordi c.w.a 1 3 dayi... 13-15 c.w.o. II v word ptr -fay. I [rricrttofli mutl on con diyi TogiEfliflydlicagntaT eaihdKcaunl. Iklpdiyadd i itfwiti idi. Cliullltd Jl.W COL In. DEADLINES J P.M Day Preced'ng Pu Tuesday through PERSONAL rfflu rrt No phww cal s Central Supply Company. Uf Wyall Orivp VALLEY EMPLOYMENT Aflwcy, F n Kalkyial Bank 9 T 1 DO YOU Have, Critit Center day or rVgM. 7M i I'fltd J j EL TtEMPOOenecntoad. Fa Llaws 516-9031 2 M THE CONSUMERS Cub. Inc. Open SS tc usual Allerca liens Russ 9 P 3 la BATH AND Wassagei Sunland Park Pwr thin ntar El Paso. 1 505 DItpliy. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS .Call i Sn 0313. p O. Box SOt Help for families, rail write P.O. BC-K i Icallon 3 Wanted BJ DO babysilfjig io my lo univrnily. I] N 11 18 INDIVIDUAL WANTS all lyofs Clrpwrs. 318J Sills Aubtini Offici Marufefnint Shorthind 1 Shorthand II Cittiiir EXPERIENCED QUA DEGREED IN L.C. Communi 430 S Name Address Course Desired Please have: Co FOR RENT Fu'nished Arrts. Ikyi. 11 Noon Saturday for Mond Ikatioo CLASSIFIED DlfPLA 4 P.M. TWO DAYS PRE( PUBLICATION Tuesday Friday. i t P.M. Thursday for Sund licafkwv t P.M. Friday for Monday j CANCELLATION DEAD 4 P.M. Diy preced.ng pu I through Friday IKXII. W A M. Salurdaf for Sunda 13 Noon Sittwdiy for Monc j Mcafion. Sun Nfws dcet not kr i Help Winieo1 Ads fr p'oyeri covered by me Wage and Hour Law if Ihey Ihanttiell WhovrlymlnWrin, for tfo rxit pay tVne and half for of hours In a work i required by law. Nc-r wiU m 1 knowloQly accept a covered empioyeri who di ale In pay becauu of MY a Ian ad which drverlmirvatet perwni yean in vkrf j Age Di tcrl miration Tn f >nenf 7001. T ay Pub V "NEED A LiitenitMi Come or EDING i ca" a1 RAP Cenlcr. to m through 1 524 till. 3M Puh BEDROOM, Ml, Quire lUMEaHHaJHy. 1) R 13 K FURNISHED 1 BEDROOM "wi'rtnwnl 1135 M a moolh. Oil H4.tw DH13 U J Lost And Found [O Mr en. in 1) tllHti cliiwren U D 13 31 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED rear gniveriiiy. married ofttt-rw No (95.00 Bern Aparrrotnli H10 Call 1747 or 534 7fea ..lit 1 BEDROOM FURNISHED Sofry no no .30 "am vVr AVAILABLE MARCH 13 1 bwroom for ruwiw apartment eaiporl and itoraa room, no peti. liao 00 gn and If c. IM S WMenurn Phaw o }-3 1 C 13 1 i BEDROOM LOST: FAMILY 3 Collies. Or.e wear.ng choke cha'rt with Soije lags, re y PubJF. j ward 31U 1) G 1 lay LOST; ANTHONY area, English Pokier. Wti le wi.h brown ipots German towingly 1 shorl hair bfua and wtilfe wilh om em- bfack ipofs. Reward (83 7973. 11 p Federal payim FOU.SfO: HERCULES English boyibicrcle. Pfwne 524 4597. 11 1 413 r if work D Special Noticei cH from 1 1 RUSS K. Don of NI tdvertiVng al 101SA El 'mpViy- Pw-jneiTy In the 1st Ma-S tional Sank Tower. Looking forward la J seeing all my old frlerev Run. p s

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