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   Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - December 27, 1952, Albuquerque, New Mexico                               Page Twelve ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL .December 27, 1952 15-Year-Old Boy Is Found Slain NEW YORK. Dee. 26 A 13-year-old boy was found slain In a junk-littered Bronx lot to- day, his head smashed by- a heavy, jagged slab of concrete. Tlie victim was Paul Pcltz, missing since Tuesday evening. Hiii mother, Lillian identified him, then collapsed in -a faint after sobbing: "My boy, my boy." Asst. Dist. Atty. David Blatt listed the death as a homicide. Assistant Medical' Examiner Charles Hochman said the boy had been slain eight to 18 hours earlier apparently on Christmas Day. The body was cruelly beaten. A 10-pound slab of bloody con- crete lay nearby. Mrs. Peltz was the last mem- ler of the family to see her son about p. m. Tuesday. The father reported him missing to police when he wasn't home by midnight. Paul's body was found face down in a shallow gullcy .about a mile' from his West Bronx home. His mother said he was carry- ing an air rifle when he left home Tuesday evening. But he was not known to mix with juve- nile gangs and police said they didn't think it was a gang grudge slaying. Mrs. John Foster Dulles Cracks Rib. in Tumble WASHINGTON, Dec. 26 Mrs. John Foster Dulles, wife ol ihe secretary of State-designate entered Doctors Hospital today for a check on an Injury suf- fered In a fall. A secretary to Dulles said that Mrs. Dulles was preparing to re tire in her hotel apartment last night, turned out the light, stum- bled in the unfamiliar room anc against a bookcase. She was apprehensive .that she had cracked a rib and went to the hospital for X-rays, planning to remain at least over night. jood Deed Still Shines, Though Bulb Is Broken SPOKANE, Wash., Dec. 28; L. Whlpple was just trying to be helpful. Whipple went next door to. help thaw out the frozen gas line on his neighbor's the good deed "bacfired." The light globe he was holding to heat the line slipped out of his chilly hand and broke. Hot wires from the broken bulb Ig- nited gasoline on the garage floor. The car and the garage wera destroyed. ________ Crossing Crash Kills 5 in Texas DUBLIN. Tex., Dec. 26 speeding freight train smashed into a car at a crossing near here today, killing three little girls and the two grandparents they were visiting for the holidays. The dead: Charlie Williams. 67, Dublin farmer; his wife, 72; Chris- tic Clayton, 6; Pamella Clay and Janna Doyle Clayton, 8. All except Janna' Doyle were killed instantly In the wreck on the Santa Fc railway six miles north of here. She died in a hos pital. The elderly couple, Christie and Pamella were still in the car. Janna Doyle was thrown out about 200 yards from the point ol Impact. De Gaulle Party Man Tries to Form Cabinet PARIS, Dec. 26 designate Jacques Soustelle be gan talks tonight with French political leaders to see if he can build a parliamentary majority and form a new coalition cabinet. But observers gave the 40- year-old secretary general oi Gen. Charle de Gaulle's French People's Rally party (RPF) little chance of success on the ground it would be difficult to get ma- jority agreement on the sort ol program the RPF is likely to offer. Iran C-47 Crash Kills 4 From US. Iran. Dec. 28 dense, swiftly-formed fog blinded in Iranian Airways C-47 circling Tehran's airport for a landing Christmas night and it crashed south of the field, killing four Americans and 19 Iranians. Only two aboard, both Iranians, sur- vived. Investigators surmised the pilot miscalculated hie altitude. The plane, northbound from Shiraz and Isfahan, swung safely over the mountainous terrain north of tho airport, but was wrecked In an open area to the south. It bounced along several hundred yards and then broke apart. A small fire started, but was put out quickly. The American victims were two teachers, a nurse and a soldier: James Eliott .Biakemore, 38, of Great.Neck, Long Island. N. Y.. a high school instructor iri social studies who received a Ford Foundation fellowship last Sep- tember .to study in the Middle East. _f'i Arlcne Biakemore, 37, his wife, a public school psychologist at Scarsdale, N. Y. Miss Cecile Ann Demolsy, 29, a field nurse of the Point Four pub- lic health program who was the daughter of Charles Demoisy of Ogdcn, Utah. Thomas Rispoll of At lanta, Ga., a member of, the U.S. military mission to Ira.i. Today's Crossword Puzzle Sandia Corp. Employe's Mother Succumbs Max Weber, civilian employe of Sandia Corp. returned from Newark, N. J., Thursday night after attending funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Pauline Weber, 55, of Newark. Mrs. Weber died last Saturday and funeral .services were held Sunday. 'Other survivors Include, her 'husband, Joseph Weber; and a son, William Weber of Monroe- ville, N. J. Chicago Marine Pilot, Known Here, Plans to Set Up Orphanage in Korea A Marine pilot from Chicago, helping in plans to set up a home for Korea war orphans, is known in Albuquerque and has visited here frequently in recent years. Lt. Col. Howard Walter, the pi- lot, and his wife have stopped off to visit Dr. and Mrs. John W. Thomas, 717 Tulanc Dr. NE, sev- eral times. Dr. Thomas has had three letters from Col. Walter in the past three weeks. "But he didn't say anything about this Marine Thomas said. "He's very reticent in talking about himself. "It's typical of him, wanting such a memorial." Colonel Walter, 34-year-old jet pilot in the First Marine Air Wing, recently wrote his father in Chi- Announcement Annual Communication Temple Lodge No. 6, Hiram Lodge No. 13, Albu- querque Lodge No. 60, Mesa Lodge No. 68, Saturday, December 27th. Installation of officers. Dinner P.M. Master Masons cordial- ly invited. Venetian Blinds Ciutom Colon 4-3934 SANDIA (U5 ronrtb Muuttnwnt Springer Transfer Co. Phone S-6SS1 Famltnri and Piano Movinc Fnrnltnre Storage Cold Stance for Fun cago that he and fellow officers planned to establish an orphan- age as a Marine memorial near Pohang, Korea. Their idea, and aim of caring for about 120 or- phans at a time iri Korea, first came to light in Chicago the day before Christmas, through a let- ter the pilot wrote his father, Har- ry C. Walter, industrialist. The elder Walter sent his son advice on setting up the project. It includes proposed purchase of about worth of rice-paddy terrain in Korea to make the pro- Electrio Contractors 712 West Copper Dial 3-1785 CLIFFORD'S TAXI LINE BONDED AND INSURED DIAL 3-7811 posed orphanage self-supporting, The industrialist has.started col- lecting clothing, food.and other needs the war orphans. Col. Walter and his wife have a seven-year-old son.. Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Thomas have been friends since they were roommates at Northwestern Uni verslty. DON'T MOVE hnuf hn'x ,-oodi. ttnrac. uid luHUInt ntr'. "Af on th. itrrtt or Knni DALTON MAYFLOWER Transfer Storage rtK.no 3-U41 AlbliillMrqne. N. M. to) VENT -O- LITE VENETIAN BLINDS Cuilnm Jlai1 nilndi Inumdlalo nrllrenr cluarmntrrd rorrvrr RerondlllnnM nial for Prw> EitlnmtM raiy Trrmi to IS Jlonthi New Mexico's Largest Exclusive Manufacturers of Venetian Blinds 7229 Fourth NW Phone 4-3235 OFFICE .DESKS GALORE Otflfo thaln br MnndrMll. fltrrl flllttK Cftblnrtf. ffmall 0afM. RtctBtlon Boom CKaln Aplrntr. PACIFIC DESK COMPANY 213 Gold Avc. S. W. BRICK FOR PATIOS per 100 Bulldlnc Tile..6e each KINNEY BRICK CO. 3 Mllei S. Second Ph. 2-0246 We Rent Ford Tractors, Front end load- ers, dump, flat- bed. Compressors. Motor Grad- ers. Caterpillars. Safeway Scaf- folds. EVERrrillNG YOU or without opera- ton. 2222 Broadway-SE Phone 2-4452 NEW MEXICO EQUIPMENT CO. We Warehouse EVERYTHING Individual Modern Office Space; sq. ft. warehouse area available; 5 acres of man- proof fenced area, well lighted i Insured for storaee of whatever you have. Reasonable rates. 2600 Broadway SE Phone 2-44J2 NEW MEXICO WHSE. STORAGE EttOAOCltrNT AMD WTDDtHO JUNQS Exclusively at... Central at Second Dial 3-7334 WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR RENT On the HEIGHTS Ph..3-3418 or 6-4070 IZ _ 24- 40 47 21 35" 3Z S4 49 2B 59 52. Jueen Slogs Through Rain On British Royal Hunt SANDRINGHAM, Eng., Dec. 28 Ellxabeth II slogged hrough the rain today with' her msband, the Duke of Edinburgh. and other members of a royal lunt. She was the only woman here. The post-Christmas shoot at Sandrlngham Castile has been a amily tradition for years. According to custom, royal bag was not disclosed. Grouse is he main game bird In season. IMPORTED HOOKED RUGS M tmnendooa earlaga terma II fteelrexl THE FREED CO. 1UI North Flnl Open .Mte'a Till 7 p. at. HORIZONTAL 1. a canal (var.) 8. careaslve touch 8. 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Island (Fr.) 20. cltrui fruit 32. harsh rcaplratory sounds 24. posaeulvt pronoun 25. former European coin 26. 28.odorous 29. pedal digit 30. mala offspring 32. conifer 35. pattern! 36. breed of dog' 40. cuts off short 41. chilli and fever 42. obligation 44. Yugoslav leader 45. Mta Kerber 46. 49. by way oC Until 1834, such beasts as lions! and leopards were kept in a royal menagerie in the Tower of Lon don. VENETIAN BLINDS E-Z tn elf an with nylon IVIndnw la ordrr. VRET. K.sTI- MATK. CHYAL AWNING CO. MM gttond MV Dill 4-1151 CENTRAL, ELECTRIC MOTOR WORKS Re-Winding-, Hcbulldlne All Makes Electric Motora Albuquerque, N. M. 2409 Fourth St. MV Ph. 3-3380 A. J. ADAMS, Prop. SCHOOL 18 COMPLETED CAHRIZOZO, Dec. 26 new grade school build- ing here will be ready for occu- pancy Jan. 5. The new school has TYPEWRITERS Rental! Repair Service TYPEWRITER and SUPPLY CO. 516 W. Copper Vh. 3-6870 EXTER MORTUARY, INC. 108 Yale Blvd. S. K. Phone 3-4571 Grand Aw. N. E. 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TMW a utiuttm n PLYMOUTH maioura OMim COKTOMIIWI 2212 E. Central H BLOCK EAST OF TALE NBC AFFILIATE 5QOOO Waffs NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Tax Roll Delivered To County Treasurer 15th day of December 1952. First lUlt of 1952 Taxes Due December, 19, 1952. Delin- quent January 1> 1953. Second Half of 1952 Taxec Due April 1, 1953. Delinquent Mar 1, 1953. Penalties and Interest Will' Be Added After Above Dates Mae Klcinhein County Treasurer Bernallllo County Albuquerque, New Mexico FOOD FOR THOUGHT show that of all mofor in irw nation, M of one occurs miltt of tnrnl. the numbw of miles you You nicy nor be to luclty m future. BE SAFE-MOT SORRY Insure vtlth FARMERS Lowtr Standard form, Men- Asiettable Policy No "Up for milsaga or buiintu ir SAVE MONEY For Complete Details, Call or In'qnlre at the Office H. E. BIGGS G. R. MCGREGOR '3716 E. Central Dial 5-2938 4421 N. 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