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Albuquerque Journal (Newspaper) - December 27, 1952, Albuquerque, New Mexico Page TwelveALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL December 27, 1952 15-Year-Old Boy Is Found Slain NEW YORK, Dec. 26 (ZP)—A 15-year-old boy was found slain in a junk-littered Bronx lot today, his head smashed by a heavy, jagged slab of concrete. The victim was Paul Peltz, missing since Tuesday evening. His 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 concrete lay nearby. Good Deed Still Shines, Though Bulb Is Broken SPOKANE, Wash., Dec. 26 (IP)—C. L. Whipple was just trying to be helpful. Whipple went next door to help thaw out the frozen gas line on his neighbor’s car—but 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 ignited gasoline on the garage floor. The car and the garage were destroyed. Crossing Crash KOIs 5 in Texas Iran C-47 Crash Kills 4 From U.S. TEHRAN, Iran, Dec. 26 (ZP—A dense, swiftly-formed fog blinded an 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, survived. Investigators surmised the pilot miscalculated his altitude. The plane, northbound from Shiraz and Isfahan, swung safely over the mountainous terrain north of the 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. Todays Crossword Puzzle^T^StZ DUBLIN, Tex., Dec. 26 (ZF)—A . Th« American victims were Mrs. Peltz was the last mem- speeding freight train smashed,™’®, teachers, a nurse and a ber of the family to see her son into a car at a crossing near here SOidier:    * alive—about 6:30 p. rn. Tuesday, today, killing three little girls and James Eliott .Blakemore, 38, of The father reported him missing the two grandparents they were Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y., to police when he wasn’t home visiting for the holidays.    a high school instructor in social by midnight.    The    dead:    Charlie    Williams,    67,'studies who received a Ford Paul’s body was found face Dublin farmer; his wife, 72; Chris- Foundation fellowship last Sep-down in a shallow gulley about tie Clayton, 6; Pamelia Clayton, 4, lamber to study m the Middle a mile from his West Bronx and Janna Doyle Clayton, 8. |East- home.    I    All    except    Janna    Doyle    were    Arlene    Blakemore. 37, his wife, His mother said he was carry- killed instantly in the wreck on,a public school psychologist at ing an air rifle when he left,the Santa Fe railway six miles i Scarsdale, N. Y. home Tuesday evening. But he north of here. She died in a hos-i Miss Cecile Ann Demoisy, 29, a was not known to mix with juve- pital.    field nurse of the Point Four pub- nile gangs and police said they The elderly couple, Christie and j He health program who was the didn’t think it was a gang grudge Pamelia were still in the car. daughter of Charles Demoisy of slaying.    Janna Doyle was thrown out Ogden, Utah. about 200 yards from the point of M/Sgt. Thomas Rispoli of At- I 2 3 4 I 5 6 7 6 9 IO it 12 /// YA (3 rn i4 15* 16 •7 H 19 20 -J : 21 22. 2 3 b rn 24- 25T 2€> 28 - 29 30 l\ % 32 I 33 34 3ST 36 % 37 38 I 39 ¥■ rn AO 41 A1. y 43 44 45 46 Al I 46 49 5* 5\ ; 52. 53 % 54 SS 4 Queen Slogs Through Rain SCHOOL IS COMPLETED CARRIZOZO, Dec. 28 (ZP __ new 8145,000 grade school build- hoard. . SANDRINGHAM, Eng., Dec. 28 in« her« wiU he ready for occu-(7P)—Queen Elizabeth II slogged Parc’ Jan- 5. Tee new school has through the rain today with her ! been accepted after an examine— A lion by the Carrizozo school husband, the Duke of Edinburgh, and other members of a royal hunt. She was the only woman there. The post-Christmas shoot at Sandringham Castile has been a family tradition for years. According to custom, the royal bag was not disclosed. Grouse is the main game bird in season. EXTER MORTUARY, INC. 108 Yale Blvd. S. E. Phone 3-4S71 FOR SALE 108 Jaeger Compressor and Tools Bridgeman Constriction Ce. 1828 Sawmill Road IM POUTED HOOKED RUGS al trvmcndrxi# savings terms lf dr si red THE FREED CO. I OOI North Firs* Open Nile's TIII 7 p. rn. *10 Grand Ava. N. E. “The Chapel in the Garden** Phons 3*4404 FRENCH-FITZGERALD MORTUARY HORIZONTAL 47. curved I. a canal    molding Mrs. John Foster Dulles Cracks Rib in Tumble WASHINGTON, Dec. 26 (ZF)— Mrs. John Foster Dulles, wife of the secretary of State-designate, entered Doctors Hospital today (var.) 5- caressive touch 8 Mexican coin 12. singing impact. De Gaulle Party Man Tries to Form Cabinet voice lanta, Ga., a member of the U.S. j3. land-military mission to Iran. Sandia Corp. Employe’s Mother Succumbs measure 14. Roman poet 15. actualists 17. Italian coin 18. ethics 19. playground equipment 48. evening time 50. knitting stitch 51. storage compartment 52. volcano in Sicily 53. soap-frame bar 54. make lace edging 55 thoroughfare VERTICAL I. agricultural property J. oil: comb. form 3. central figure 4. gannets 5. migratory flights 6. aptitude Max Weber, civilian employe 21. close by PARIS, Dec. 26 (ZP)—Premier-designate Jacques Soustelle be-! for a check on    an    injury    suf-    ga*1 talks tonight with French    0f Sandia Corp. returned    from    23 frozen^water fered in a fall.    political leaders to see if he    can    Newark, N. J.. Thursday    night    04. finished A secretary to Dulles said that build a    parliamentary majority    after attending funeral services    edges of Mrs. Dulles was preparing to re- and form    a new coalition cabinet.; for his    mother, Mrs. Pauline    fabric tire in her hotel    apartment    last]    But observers gave the    40-j Weber, 55, of Newark.    27.    clothes night, turned out    the    light, stum-    year-old secretary - general    of Mrs. Weber died last Saturday ;    31. river in bled in the unfamiliar room and;Gen. Charle de Gaulle’s French    and funeral    services    wert    held    Brazil fell against a bookcase. She was People’s Rally party (RPF) little    Sunday.    32 volcano on apprehensive that she had chance of    success on the ground    * Other    survivors include her    Martinique cracked a rib and went to the it would    be difficult to get ma-    husband,    Joseph Weber; and a 33. dove murmur hospital for X-rays, planning to bority agreement on the sort of; son, William    Weber    of    Monroe-    34. supposed remain at least over night. 1 program the RPF is likely to offer.    Ville, N. J.    36. observed 37. electrified particle 38. painful 40. came ashore 43. the last mentioned Chicago Marine Pilot, Known Here, Plans to Set Up Orphanage in Korea Answer to yesterday’s puzzle. 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Copper th. 3-6871 BYRD Strong - Thorne MORTUARY “Over 76 Years Continuous Service** HOO Coal SE Ph. 3-6644 Average time of *olnlloft: JI min*!**. 48. peruse ptitributed by King Feature 8ytMicat* 49. by way of Until 1834, such beasts as lions and leopards were kept in a royal A Marine pilot from Chicago, j cago that he and fellow officers posed orphanage self-supporting. jPoennagene m the Tower of Eon’ The industrialist has started col-1 - * ,    _ leering clothing, food and other needs to send the war orphans. Col. Walter and his wife have helping in plans to set up a home I planned to establish an orphan for Korea war orphans, is known age as a Marine memorial near in Albuquerque and has visited Pohang, Korea. Their idea, and here frequently in recent years, aim of caring for about 120 or-Lt. Col. Howard Walter, the pi-jphans at a time in Korea, first a seven-year-old son. lot, and his wife have stopped off came to light in Chicago the day; Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Thomas before Christmas, through a let-: have been friends since they were ter the pilot wrote his father, Har- j roommates at Northwestern Uni-ry C. Walter, industrialist. iversity. The elder Walter sent his son advice on setting up the project. to visit Dr. and Mrs. John W Thomas, 717 Tulane Dr. NE, several times. Dr. Thomas has had three letters from Col. Walter in the past three weeks. Announcement Annual Temple Communication Lodge No. 6, Hiram Lodge No. 13, Albuquerque Lodge No. 60, Mesa Lodge No. 68, Saturday, December 27th. Installation of officers. Dinner 6.30 P.M. Master Masons cordially invited. “But he didn’t say anything;It includes proposed purchase of about this Marine memorial,” about $6000 worth of rice-paddy Thomas said. “He’s very reticent terrain in Korea to make the proin 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- Electric Contractors 712 West Copper Dial 3-1785 MAID-WRIGHT VENETIAN BLINDS Removable Blats, Y.-Z to clean Travers* rod* with nylon slides. Window shades made to order. FREE ESTIMATE. CHVAL AWNING CO. 5728 Second St. KW    Dial    4-1351 CENTRAL ELECTRIC MOTOR WORKS Re-Winding, Rebuilding Al! Makes Electric Motors Albuquerque, N. M. 2409 Fourth St. KW Ph. 3-3380 A. J. ADAMS, Prop. mmm—mmmmm—m—mmmmmrnm PLUMBING REPAIRING and REMODELING — GAS FITTING — RUPERT Plumbing-Heating Co. 1835 Lomas Blvd. KE Phons 7-8138    —    7-9.1M Emergency Phones 4-0257—2-6772 FREE Planning A Es tin is Nag Serries CAMPBELL ITES AU STAR REVUE starring MARTHA RAYE I with liar guest * # DOROTHY LAMOUR i:0o p. m. Pr«M*t«l by Pet MHR, KeNogg’s asd Dal Most* Foods CORPORATION ... “j M,e tilivioio* plumbing and ■ KOB-TV channel 4 HEATING ■   - Milk News right from th* Thatcher's Golden Guernsey Milk GOOD MILK1 FOR GOOD HEALTH .. B... because of its superb flavor will give assurance of adequate milk consumption during this season of indulgent eating. Much sickness ran be avoided by maintaining a reasonable diet balance. This PREMIUM QUALITY milk helps strained pocket books too, because it cosie only about one-third as much as its food equivalent in meats. Be a connoisseur of good milk. (onniff Grocery. 5S07 X. 4th; Fltr-geraJd'* Ic** I ream. 5103 E. Central; narrow a Ic* Cream, VO! Arn® SE; Gaff Corner Grocery. !«6.l Bride* St.; FAM Grocery. 349t W. Central; Gem Food Store*. Inc.. 44S3 Menanl NE. 3001 Monte Vjata NE; Hein* Grocery 41T Rosemont NW ; larky Soper Mar Aet, 8th a Gold; (Omer Grocery, 2008 Ridgecrest. Oar Ranch Plant Dairy Bar THATCHER'S GUERNSEY DAIRY PHONE 3-7629 2315 Rio Grande Blvd. Also Specializing in .. • Crane Work • Steel Erection • Drag Line Excavation • Back Hoe Excavation • Concrete Pouring • Trenching Service 4702 LOMAS BLVD. NE Phone 5-7993 or 5-1374 (After 5:30 P.M., Call 6-0892) I I I I I ON RADIO SATURDAY East-West KS/*11 Owe*    from    Komar Stadium, San    Francisco STATION: KVER—3:00 P. M. THU PLAf-tf* PL Af lf PtfSfNTfB if PLYMOUTH PLYMOUTH Oms™ of CHRYSLER COPPORATIOR. Otto* JI Me*W OFFICE DESKS GALORE Office chair* by the Hundred*. Steel filing Cabinets. Small Safes. Reception Room Chairs Aplenty. PACIFIC DESK COMPANY 213 Gold Ave. S. W. Venetian Blinds Custom Made-Decorators Colors Free Estimate-—Ph. 4-3934 SANDIA Venetian Blind Co. 8685 Fourth KW—New Management CLIFFORD’S TAXI LINE BONDED AND INSURED DIAL 3-7811 DON'T MOVE until you get houw-ho o ,'oods. storage and hauling rate*. “Ar on th* *tr*et or across the nation. * DALTON MAYFLOWER Transfer & Storage FOR SALE 180 Acres of LanJ1 Near Bar*on, N. M. Fifty acres under cnlti\a*ion suitable for raising pinto benn*. Contact Peter R. Cunningham, First National Bank Building. Albuquerque. X. M. BRICK FOR PATIOS $2.40 per IOO Building Tile..6e each KINNEY BRICK CO. 3 Miles S. Second Ph. 2-0246 WAREHOUSE SPACE FOR RENT On the HEIGHTS Ph. 5-3418 or 6-4079 VALLIANT PRINTING CO. 613 Gold Ave. SW Phone 3-451I ASPHALT TILE 9x9 TILE, 5c each DAR TILE & LINOLEUM CO. 2212 E. Central Vs BLOCK EAST OF YALE On mo Yr TODAY NBCaffliate 5QOOO Wafts SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1952 SIO Sign On and Xewe 5:35 Wake Up Time 6:15 New Mexico Farm and Home I •} 2° City Serenade 3:30 Th* Author Speaks 3:45 Public Affairs 4:00 VIM New* 6:30 Jon ny G Show to 9:30-M#ad Hdwe ;[ 4:15 Religion to th* New* 7:15 Boh MeCoy News, 8. W. Inv. * -W NBC Symphony to 5 TP C..: IU,ob.; «. a. Mona,    Daw. Phono 3-5691 Albuquerque, N. M. Springer Transfer Co. Phan* 3-6651 Furniture end Piano Moving Furniture Storage Cold Storage for Fun NIGHT Cr DAY Automotive and Truck ■ I REPAIR SERVICE < I ★ 7 DAYS A WEEK Reasonable Day Rates - No Overtime>Chorge! HEASTON-THO MAS MOTOR COMPANY TRUCK DIVISION 1630 2nd. ST. HW Phone'2-5209 We Rent EVERYTHING Ford Tractors, Front end loaders, trucks—winch, dump, flatbed. Compressors, Motor Graders, Caterpillars, Safeway Scaf-folds. EVERYTHING YOU NEED—with or without operators. 2222 Broadway SE Phone 2-4452 NEW MEXICO EQUIPMENT CO. Ward Anderson Printing Co NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Tax Roll Delivered To County Treasurer 15th day of December 1952. First rfalf of 1952 Taxes Due December, 19, 1952. Delinquent January I, 1953. Second Half of 1952 Taxes Due April I, 1953. Delinquent May I, 1953. Penalties and Interest Will Be Added After Above Dates #1 INC. VENT - O - LITE VENETIAN BLINDS Custom Mad Blind* Immediate Delivery Guaranteed Forever Blinds Reconditioned Dial 4-3135 for Free Estimate* Easy Terms to 15 Months New Mexico's Largest Exclusive Manufacturers of Venetian Blinds 7229 Fourth NW Phone 4-3235 ... Now Located 404 FOURTH ST. NW PHONE 7-8780 Mac Kleinhein County Treasurer Bernalillo County Albuquerque, New Mexico A Storage; g«l-Mor Used Car* • 30 Dick Bills Show 110:00 Mary L** Taylor—Pet Milk 10:30 Howdy Doody ll OO Adventure* of Arch!* Andrew* 11:30 Back to the Bible J? 2® 22**2 F*rm * Home—Aine Chalmers 12.30 Guest Star—Defense Bonds ietjf Jom D?*1* New*—J. Hor ber Co. ?    F*r»1 * Ranch Bulletin Symphony Orchestra ..OO To B* Announced 2:30 Cotton Bowl Preview Summary 5:5# Sport* New*—Stromberg* 6:00 Inside Boh and Ray 6:30 Judy Carrot a —Emerson Drug <:00 Eddy Arnold Show—Ravel Bro*. 7:30 Grand Ola Opry— Reynolds Tobacco 6:00 Dude Ranch Jamboree 8:30 Kirtland Air Force Show 9:90 NBC New* 2 IS £ar*d#- Albuquerque Journal 9:30 Stan Kenton Encore* 12 "92    ®,,li    *how—Personal Finance I *‘12 5*r* ® to    —Veteran a Admn. 11:00 New* Mammary 11:>>5 The Ntghtwatch 11:55 New* Summary—12 Mid. Sign Off KOB-TV PROGRAMS—CHANNEL 4 4:00 Test-Pattern 4:15 Story Time JU Ierrv * Pirate*—Canada Dry a on F*u‘ Whiteman—Sweets Candy Co. Turn‘VI Stv*.L R#vu*—Del Monte Foods * Live Like a Millionaire—Ante!! - 7:30 Bitt Raker. USA—Lucky Strike 8:00 March of Time Miller High Life 8:30 Dangerous Assignment—Kistler * 9:00 Show of Shows—Prudential 10:00 Racket 8quad—Philip Morris 10:30 Th# Big Picture—U. 8. 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Come in and see us about any of your irrigation or pumping problems. PUMP AND PIPE CO. “PUMPS IS OUR BUSINESS’* 3826 Fourth St. NW — Phone 4-2344 — Albuquerque “All Sizes Home Water Systems’* FOOD FOR THOUGHT Statistics show that of all motor vahicUs in the nation, an a vara ga of one accident occurs ovary 6,000 milos of trovol. Chack tho number of miles you have traveiad. You may not be so lucky in the future. BE SAFE-N0T SORRY Insure with FARMERS if Lower Rates if Standard form, Non-Assessable Policy * No "Up Charge" for mileage or business usa if SAVE MONEY © 12 ON* V)W «AV I LOOK AT THE POAD riAlY ‘ For Complete Details, Call or Inquire at the Office of — H. E. BIGGS 3716 E. Central Dial 5-2938 BILL FJORD 122 South Richmond Dial 5-7153 g. r. McGregor 4421 N. 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