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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - October 12, 1959, Long Beach, California WASHINGTON OP) The chairman of the Fed- eral Trade Commission said today deceptive entertain- ment such as rigged TV shows is not something his agency can regulate. Earl W. Kintner, the FTC head, told House inves- tigators his agency has never gone beyond control of advertising which results in unfair business practices. The House subcommittee TV MYSTERY Where Is Quiz Star Van Doren? NEW YORK (UP1) Where is Charles Van The question has been puzzling many people since the TV quiz show winner's name came up at the con- gressional investigation of quiz show irregularities in Washington. 'United Press Interna- i FTC Powerless BE BEATEN: IKE PANEL TOLD to Curb Quizzes, Solons Are Told MAY STRIKE AGAIN AFTER TRUCE, STEEL UNION SAYS on legislative oversight has heard testimony that ques- tions and answers were sup- plied in advance to some con testants on such programs as "Twenty-One" and "Tic Tac Dough." Jn reply to questions, Kint- ner conceded that this con-' stitutes "a gray area in the law." He said Congress could en- act a law making it a crim- inal offense to rig a TV show, adding: "It would have a y effect." KINTNER ALSO suggested; broadening of the rules of thei Federal Communication Com-- mission, which is the federal- regulatory body for television! and radio. j As for his own agency, John Wayne Starlet Dies in Stabbing Prosecutor Orders Immediate Trial for 'B-oy Friend' Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1959 EDITION Vol. 216 32 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 tional. besieged with re- quests lor a statement from the man who won on the quiz show "Twenty- asked the people who should know. V 't VAN DOREN'S attorney, Carl Rubino, could not be reached. Columbia University, where the quiz whiz teaches class three times weekly, said they had heard from hut not seen Van Doren. He arranged for a substitute to take over his class today. The same arrangement was made last Friday. The National Broadcast- ing Co., which suspended Van Doren from his flno-a-year job, said "we wish we knew." Van Doren's relatives in New Britain, Conn., said they hadn't heard from him for "some time." !Kintner said the FTC so BRACKETTV1LLE, Tex. County Prosecutor John J. Tobin ordered an im- mediate trial today for an actor accused of murdering' his blonde girl friend, alleg- lhas never exercised Pictu.re Itlon over deceptive entertain- star-producer John Wayne de- jcided to give her a break. The actor is Chester Har- In mv opinion there is a 1 vey Smith, 32, whom Tobin (Continued Page A-4, Col. 6) 'charged with murdering La- I High Court to Review Union Case WASHINGTON iff) The [Supreme Court today agreed! to review a decision that .compulsory union member- Iship is unconstitutional if I dues money is used for politi- cal purposes without the con- sent of union members. The decision was given by the Georgia Supreme Court in a suit by six employes of the Southern Railway Sys-[ tern. It was appealed to the! Highest tribunal by 15 LAJEAN ETHRIDGE Death Ends Career Poland Vote for U.N. Seat on a Seesaw Western-Backed Turkey Retains Strong Support UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. morning of indecisive balloting in the U.N. General Assembly left Communist Po- land and Western-backed Turkey firmly deadlocked to- day in a contest over a seat in the Security Council. The voting was expected to continue at an afternoon ses- sion. Poland was leading through- out the balloting and at one point was only six votes short of the required two-thirds majority of those present and voting. i Poland's greatest strength] .was shown on the seventh! ninth ballots when it got U8 votes to 33 for Turkey. CLOSER TO home. Mark .among them railroad brother- Jean Ethridgc, 27, when she Van Doren, Charles' father, wouldn't answer the phone 'hoods union at tried'to move out of a house! ON THE 12TH ballot, the shop contracts havej'n wh'ch she was living with .vote was back virtually where at his Greenwich Village been signed by many rail-! him and four other men. :it started. Poland received 46 _ _ ._ i T R apartment. On Central Park West, Charles' phone had been disconnected. Even Van Doren's agents, Music Corporation of America, said they couldn't find him. ways. Under union shop Smith and Miss Ethridge and Turkey 35. con.-were living with members Polish Foreign Minister Gems Stolen in 4 Shops tracts, employes are required tbe "Names-Townsend Play-lAdam Rapacki said Poland! to join unions'within a a troupe hired byjwns in the contest to stay., 'fied time. In the Georgia'Wayne's Batjac Productions! Western supporters of Turkey! ;case this was fiO days. to play in a 10-million-dollarjalso said they were standing! jmovie about the siege of j THE SIX Southern Rail-1 Alamo. i There was a possibility the way System employes said Tobin said Miss might continue for1 they did not want to join; who used the stage name "La-weeks. 'unions and should not be'Jean was hired to read! Ecuador and Ceylon were forced to pay dues when line in the movie. without opposition to- of the money was used toiWayne and casting directorlfill two other vacant council i support political candidates! Frank Leyva were so im-1 seats, and doctrines they opposed.'pressed with her talent that A time for argument of theithey changed the part to give lease before the highest court'her a page of dialogue. E'Will be set later. The issue is one of i HEFTY GIFT FOR IKE President Eisenhower pats the head of a 'MO-pnuml elephant, today on the White House grounds. The French Coinmiimly of African Republics sent Dzimbo as a fiift for the President. The M-month-old elephant, who re- fused a carrot held out (right) by an attendant, is headed for the Washington Zoo. J. Lear Grimmer, a zoo director, is at Wircphoto.) LONDON (UP1) A of thieves raided four London jewelry shops over the week-; 'n.e 'SSUe SHE WAS PUT on s; end and made off with an "V! to the house where agrees was wjth the men WoridlvFp Ike, Chief of DOG'S LIFE TnY Resumption of Tie-Up by Jan. 1 Seen McDonald Asserts Use of Injunction Is Not Justified WASHINGTON W) The Uniled Steelworkers today notified President Eisenhow- er's fact finders that, if forced back to work by court order, they may strike again when the 80-day injunction expires. USW president David J. i McDonald testified at the opening of hearings under the Taft-Hartley Act that the steelworkers will end their 90-day strike "if they are required by law to do so." "Bin the union will not be McDonald added in a prepared statement. "The basic issue will re- main. There may be a truce enforced by law but there will be no permanent peace." THE PARAMOUNT issue at stake, McDonald said, "is whether the companies will break the union." The three-man fact-finding panel headed by George W. iTaylor already had made known its belief lhat the Taft- Hartley injunction procedure is inadequate to handle major strikes. McDonald's testimony made it clear that, unless the panel succeeds in its avowed pur- pose of trying to achieve a (Settlement by mediation and bargaining, the na- tion wide the longest steel shutdown in his- tory probably will be re- (Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) Physician Dead of Duel Shots estimated worth of loot. The thefts were covered today. All available Scotland t dis- G not use any general funds political activities, or :to 8et her dotlles and move Tobin said Smith was e jealous of her break and! they would have to give up Yard manpower was gh hilized lo search for thei____________________ three thieves. Airports and docks; were guarded. The victims were shops owned by the Gold-i s m i t. h s and Silversmiths! Assn. and a pawnshop asso- ciated with them. EMPLOYES found looted and disarrayed stores when they came to work this morn-! ins- i Detectives said the thieves' firsl broke into the firm's; head office at Piccadilly Cir-i cus, scooped up valuable jew-l clry, blew open a safe and! found the keys to a Gold-! smith-Silversmith branch in1 Burlington Arcade. The pilferers found the; keys lo two more shopsj when they raided the Bur lington Arcade store. WHERE TO FIND IT The United States' firsl big! leap into space is still only sauntering. See Page A-3. Hal B-7 B-7 D-2 to 6 C-4, 5 D-8 Death B-2 B-6 Shipping D-l C-l to 4 C-7 Tides, TV, D-7, 8 B-7 B-4, 5 Ymir A-2 CHRISTIANBURG, Va. prominent southwest Vir- ginia doctor died today after being wounded in a gun battle with a Christinnsburg town I WASHINGTON Wi__The MINEOLA, N.Y. shn got a telephone call a; councilman on a rural road. which stems tinv- victims of a few days ago demanding van-iThe councilman was charged ransom plot were hack som- slle sairi slie recognized with murder. BC" f'l County offi- life. Underweight. ___ "ogs al dog shows. Higgins. 35, used his car Sun- ii> ii iLuni iiien nigni to block another W0rl cated today. Sept. 15 devoured hound-rolmdcd "I1 nver lhe automobile in in Accord Victims Home Safe Hong Kong HONG KONG (UPI) __ Personal contact is like- American jetliner landed to be the primary result of today, leading a dog's (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) ;from London Q hjs yj f h Presjdcnt ii j u Underweight racced and gurate an all-jet round the hower. Mexico's President ,10 rU 'dogs at dop shows wnrlH nlanp cervine WCaiV, the pllZe tOV pOOQ CS C, Will 111 IJldllC SClVlCC, A J If 1 I' Tlifi nr-nrttm i r- The Pan American Indl' from their owner Airways Boeing 707 jetliner occupied by Dr, made the London-Hong Kongi After three days of such portions of beef kibbled L' 31; Hig- SSonT iimt. 01 10 agreement mentioned by Lo- ijtlip nnffhnllQ was picked up as lie imped'Hanchtcr Ihours 20 minutes. Stopovers e e Laninc pultftolls. i lin West Germanv Tm-ki-v Maleos a< a ncws confer- more than 10 inches nn express I Lebanon, Pakistan India is "lal the hich-arc valued al a total Of way Coward his Long FLANAGAN FIRED a .38- JThailand accounted for the Diablo died this nection back to London via the polar routes. The "Presidential jetliner can carry 123 passen- gers, 38 in the de luxe com- U. S. officials, Special" President said: "WE HAVE TRIED to trace Dam on the Rio S25.000 which accounts for home. t caliber pistol and Higgins a Grande should be called their thefl from the kennels .22-caliber pistol in the ex- "Friendship Dam." of Mrs. Leicester Harrison, a THAT WAS liny Snow-i Of THE FLIGHT will continue Of the advantages deriving dog breeder at nearby Massa- bnois, off his feed and downi p, on to Tokyo. Honolulu and from days he has pequa. from his normal fighting! mouth abnd tha iSan Francisco, with a jet in the company of wc.ghl of 3V2 pounds to ia Eisenhower and other (op FOUR WOMEN, including mere He s worth the Mexican a former employe al the ken- The women are charged] nels, are charged with the with burglary. Besides ;dognaping. Di Joseph they are I Mrs. Harrison said the dogs-K a I h n r, 2S. Mrs. Lilliani partment and 87 in the tour-'the paths which will lead us were taken wnile she was i" Lyons, 34, and Mrs. Marcia ist, or economy compart-'lo cordial results. I insist that She reported Esterbrook. 27. ___ imcnt. personal contact permits a Plans call for round-the- notable advance in the solu- Iworld flights in just under.lion of problems, ithree days, London to Lon-j "Cold he added, don, with stops en route. Fly- "does not always solve every- at Ike Presents Compact Car ing time for the entire trip 'is! thing." WASHINGTON for around Since, j Typhoon Nearinq !the Philippines ,TWO other suhiec.s on ;wluch Lopez Mateos said there is agreement in principle dent Eisenhower has prc- ,t was a personal rather than src an increase in the ex- sentcd one of the new, gift, Eisenhower paid change of students and teach- sized American cars as s per-! for it out of his own pocket. Authorities said Higgins and his wife had been estranged for about a year and that Mrs. Higgins had filed for divorce. They are the parents of three children. Flanagan was divorced from his wife. They have a small daughter. ers and U. S. cooperation friend, car will be sent to Mex- expected to hit northern! (Luzon tonight, the Manila! 'Weather Bureau reported. The bureau said the typhoon early today was 480 miles off Baler in pastern Luzon Island. Weath STARTING A NEW FAMILY (Continued Page A-5. Co! Mrs. Virginia Cerda, 25 w.iose four children by a previous marriage were killed Sunday in a fire at .at nine miles per hour and! Columbus, Ohio, holds her new son, born today. The fatally burned children ranged from 3 to 7 years of age. Their grandfather, itrvin Ben Oliver, 45. was held for investigation. Police said he had fallen asleep on a rouch with a lighted cigarette. Story, Page Press Wirephoto.) i AFTER THE shooting, Flanagan staggered about 50 feet to a general store, knocked on the door, and told the store owner to summon 1, Mexico. .Seccrlary James C. Hagcrty Police said Mrs. Higgins The dark blue Ford reporters. was driving the car in which was waitinR in the, Hagerty didn't answer di-'the doctor was riding when jdrjveway back of the White: rcct'y a question whether: Higgins' car approached from LOW clouds near the House Saturday when Iope7Jsuch Personal R'fls arc cus-i the rear. Mrs. Higgins pulled coast late tonight and Matcos came out with Or Out of "1C car to the side of tha Mrlv TiiMilav Mnsilv T i "I1..hiscn Ifor visiting chiefs of state, iroad. Higgms drove up in eany nicsnaj. iviosuy bower to board a helicopter He said merely that it was' front, blocking her path. Th8 sunny Tuesday and for Camp Md. ;a personal gift to a personal two men then emerged and slightly warmer. The far, fully equipped. re-; friend. 'began firing at close
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