Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico (2024)

dar, 328 items Journal Galisteo to North, Calen- Calendar Santa 1 Fe, NM 87501. JOURNAL NORTH FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2003 2 Rogers Museum Founder Dies The Associated Press business, but he was never a Arturo Peralta-Ramos tive director, Shelby Tisdale. businessman and never tried recalled. "One of my mother's Rogers, who moved to Taos in TAOS The founder of the to be." secretaries suggested start- 1947, also collected Hispanic Millicent Rogers Museum has ing a museum, and it kept get- santos. Paul Peralta-Ramos was the died at age 72.

youngest of fashion model ting larger." Her collection sustained the Paul Peralta-Ramos died of Millicent Rogers' three sons museum for its first 15 years. cancer Tuesday at his New 'and often joined her on visits Paul Peralta-Ramos found- The collection grew with gifts York apartment. to' Indian tribes in the South- ed the Millicent Rogers Muse- from Taos, Santa Fe, Denver, west, where she bought thou- um in 1956, three years after Arizona and elsewhere. "He spent his entire time the death of his mother. Millithe sands of art pieces.

cent Paul Peralta-Ramos shared concentrating on muse- Rogers, a granddaughter his brother, Arturo Per- "He got intrigued, and so of one of the founders Stan- his mother's interests. alta said Wednesday when Mother died, he turned dard Oil, had collected about "He loved the culture and from his home in Taos, where to me and my brother and 3,500 art pieces, mostly jewel- the history, and he was afraid Paul Peralta-Ramos also had a said, 'What am I going to do ry and textiles, that started they were going to lose it," his residence. "It became like a with all these the museum, said its execu- brother said. VICTOR P. GONZALES, 31, of Llano de San Juan, died unexpectedly Saturday.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Robert Sr. and Mary Gonzales; brother, Praxedes Gonzales; and uncle, Dennis Gonzales. He is survived by his brothers, Robert Gonzales Jr. and wife Carol of Las Vegas, N.M., and Jason Gonzales and companion Heather Lane of Taos; sisters, Virginia Gonzales and companion Antonio Cordova of Colorado, and Darlene Gonzales of Llano de San Juan; uncle who raised him, Anivar Gonzales; and many other relatives and friends. Visitation will begin at 6 tonight at St.

Anthony's Catholic Church in with a rosary to follow at 7 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Anthony's Catholic church in with burial to follow at the Llano de San Juan Catholic Cemetery. DeVargas Funeral Home of the Valley.

OBITUARIES PACOMIO MADRID, 94, of Canjilon, died Thursday. He was born in Canjilon on Sept. 1, 1908, to Nabor and Cipriana Madrid. He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Magdalena Madrid in 1998; son, Nabor Madrid in 1969; son-in-law, Librado Silva; and a sister, Gumicinda Baca. He is survived by six children, Pacomio Madrid Jr.

and wife Esther of San Diego, Nancy Garcia and husband Mizel of Herman Madrid and wife Andi of Cebolla, Cruz Silva of Albuquerque, Juanito Madrid and wife Connie of Albuquerque, and Cipriana Martinez and husband Egrpino of Canjilon; 15 grandchildren; 24 great andchildren: al hijada, Fabiola Sandoval of Santa Fe; and many other relatives and friends. Visitation will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. today at Block-Salazar Mortuary. Visitation will continue at 4 p.m., with a rosary to follow at 7 p.m.

at the San Juan de Nepomuceno Church in Canjilon. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at the same church with burial to follow at the Canjilon Cemetery. Salazar Family of BlockSalazar Mortuary. JIMMY WALTER MARTINEZ, 48, of died suddenly on Wednesday.

He was a mechanic for about 30 years. He was preceded in death by his father, Manuel Martinez; and brothers-in-law, Sammy and Benny Gene Lopez. He is survived by his daughter, Jacqueline Martinez of Las Cruces; former wife, Dolorez Lopez of mother, Efelia Martinez; sister, Julie Berry and husband Louie, all of Albuquerque; very special niece, Samantha Gene Lovato of El Duende; and many other relatives and friends. Visitation will begin at 6 tonight in the Sangre de Cristo Chapel of De Vargas Funeral Home with a rosary to follow at 7 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at 2:30 p.m.

Saturday at La Iglesia de Santa Cruz de la Burial will follow at the La Puebla Cemetery. DeVargas Funeral Home of the Valley. CONRADO MONTOYA, 89, of Rociada, died Tuesday at the New Mexico Heart Hospital in Albuquerque. He was born in Las Vegas, N.M., on Nov. 10, 1913, to Placido Montoya and Amalia Romero Montoya.

He was united in marriage at Las Vegas, on Aug. 21, 1934, to the late Bessie Bustos. He retired in 1975 as self-employed cattle rancher. A lifelong Catholic, he was a member of the Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Las Vegas, and the Santo Nino Church in Rociada. He was preceded in death by his parents, Placido and Amalia Montoya; wife, Bessie B.

Montoya; brothers, Norberto Montoya, Bernardo Montoya, and Frank Montoya and wife Mary; brothers-in-law, Eloy Bustos, Daniel Trujillo, and Richard Semmler; and greatgreat-grandchild, Angel Maria. He is survived by his sons, Robert Montoya and wife Deolinda of Santa Fe, and A.B. Montoya and wife Anita of Albuquerque; daughter, Patricia M. Martinez and husband Danny of Raton; nine grandchildren; 13 greatgrandchildren; seven greatgreat-grandchildren; sisters, Andrea Trujillo of Colorado, Adelmira Rodriguez and husband Augustine of California, Josie Semmler of Colorado, Emma Lerma and husband Robert of California, and Ernestine Rodriguez and husband Robert of Colorado, and Lucille Bustos of Las Vegas, N.M.; brothers, Eloy Montoya and wife. Angelina of California, Vidal Montoya and wife Annie, Louis Montoya and wife Lucy, and John Montoya and wife Patricia, all of Colorado; and many other PEDAL the exercise equipment experts Fitness Sale Floor Model Closeout Specials STATEWIDE COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL SALES SERVICE WORLD'S BEST DUMBBELL Treadmills Ellipticals Home Gyms Benches Exercise Bikes Inversion Tables Weight Lifting Accessories PRECOR! 5517 Me NE 2 Blocks East of San Mateo GAS MALL, 988-2775.

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I figured it also meant you could bet on this most bizarre of political seasons in neighboring California. I wanted to make a clean wager: the recall to win, and Democrat Cruz Bustamante to become California's next governor. I was hoping to get 3-1 odds, and I didn't want to wager online, giving out my credit card to one of those sketchy-seeming, offshore Internet bookmakers. No, what I wanted was a simple two-bet parlay ticket: $100 on the recall and Bustamante. Not knowing where to go, I did what I thought you should do in this situation: get into a series of cabs.

The first cab driver told me to try the sports book at the Imperial Palace. It's as important to note here that none of the cabbies I asked laughed at my question or found it strange. The second cabbie suggested the book at Caesars Palace, but I could tell he was only guessing. A third cabbie pondered the question, then made a call on his cell phone. Back came the answer: the Imperial Palace.

The Imperial Palace is on the Strip, but it is not a nice place. It has a grit to it, a shabby, neglected aura. Also, I walked into the place at 11 on a Monday morning, which is not exactly the most romantic, "Ocean's Eleven" time of the day to strut into a casino. In the sports book, they were simulcasting the horse races from Saratoga and Delaware Park and a place called Finger Lakes. When I told the guy at the betting counter that I wanted to bet on Cruz Bustamante, I made sure to specify that I was not talking about the third at Finger Lakes, but the upcoming election in California.

It was then that I heard something I never imagined hearing in Las Vegas: "That'sillegal." The guy at the counter was congenial about it, saying they could only take wagers on activities settled on a field of relatives and friends. Rosary devotional services will be at 7 tonight at Our Lady. of Sorrows Church. Funeral services will be at 8 a.m. Saturday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church.

Burial will follow at the Santo Nino Cemetery in Rociada. Flowers will be accepted, but memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society, Ernestine Chavez, P.O. Box 969, Las Vegas, N.M., 87701. Rogers Mortuary, EDDIE A. SALAZAR 61, of Youngsville, died Wednesday at home.

He was preceded in death by his father, Liberato Salazar, in 1990; a son, Bobby Salazar, in 1979; and a godson, Andrew Soveranez, in He is survived by his mother, Beatrice Salazar; sons, Eddie A. Salazar and wife Grace, all of Youngsville, John Salazar and wife Evelyn of daughters, Diana Salazar, Lenore Baldonado and husband Adam, and Denise Alexander and husband Ruben all of Las Vegas, sister, Julia Morfin and husband Serjio of Coyote; former wife, Connie Salazar of 14 grandchildren; four great grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends. Visitation will begin at 4 p.m. today at the San Pedro Catholic Church in Youngsville with a rosary to follow at 7 p.m. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m.

Saturday also at the San Pedro Catholic Church in Youngsville. Burial will follow at the Youngsville Cemetery. De Vargas Funeral Home of the Valley. JOURNAL NORTH 328 GALISTEO FE, JOURNAL NORTH EDITOR MARK OSWALD CITY EDITOR JOSEPH DITZLER ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR MIKE EASTERLING KAREN PETERSON SANTA FE CITY JOHN T. HUDDY ADAM -RANKIN EDUCATION ANGELA TURNER POLICE AND COURTS JEREMY PAWLOSKI SANTA FE ARTS GARY SALAZAR LAS ASSIGNMENT WREN NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.

ANDY LENDERMAN SPORTS WILL WEBBER CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHER EDDIE MOORE PHOTOGRAPHER JOSH STEPHENSON PHOTOGRAPHY TECHNICIAN JOHN ARNOLD CALENDARS, OBITUARIES STEPHANIE ADVERTISING SALES MANAGER MATT CIRCULATION NEWS STAFF FAX ADVERTISING FAX EDITORIAL E-MAIL: Journal North is published in Santa Fe seven lication of Journal Publishing Co. Calendar information and other public submitted typewritten and with the name and of a contact person at least two days before play. He agreed with me that Bustamante was the right bet, by the way. He suggested I try the sports book over at Bally's, because they did a lot of promotional, "for entertainment purposes only" oddsmaking on events like the Academy Awards. Bally's is nicer than the Imperial Palace, and sure enough I found pages of "for entertainment purposes only" wagers.

There were odds on reality shows, odds on the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards. But the most interesting thing was this: While I could not bet on the recall election, or even get fantasy odds on the recall election, I could make a breathtaking array of for wagers on the rookie NBA season of basketball star LeBron James. Who is LeBron James? He is ah 18-year-old superstar athlete from Ohio, drafted No. 1 overall out of high school by the Cleveland Cavaliers. At Bally's, you can bet on whether James will have a higher scoring average in his first year of pro ball than Michael Jordan had in his, back in 1984-85.

You can bet on whether James or Shaquille O'Neal will score more points when the Cavaliers play the Lakers (if you bet on Shaq, however, you have to give 12 points to James before the game even starts). You can also bet on the most points James will score in any one game this season. The most tempting wager is 0-3 points, where the odds are currently 500-1, but that means you have to root for James to suffer a season-ending injury in his first game, before he scores two baskets. I understand why I can bet on the performance of LeBron James but not on the recall. A Bally's spokesperson essentially gave me the same explanation as the Imperial Palace: Sports are one thing, political races another.

Basketball is just a game, while electoral politics is serious business, something that must stay free of the corrupting influence of money, celebrity and personality. Here in Las Vegas, where "what happens here, stays here," even they seem to know that. NM 87501 PROPP DIXON GANTNER 1-800-577-8683 988-8881 983-2523 989-3665 days a week as a pub- announcements should be telephone number desired publication. RUBES By Leigh Rubin "He was jolly, kind and generous to a fault. His presents will be Southwest WALK C.A.R.E.

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