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   El Paso Herald-Post (Newspaper) - October 19, 1955, El Paso, Texas                                El Paso HeraldPost The Newspaper That Serves Its Readers VOLLXXVNO 250 EL PASO TEXAS WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 19 1955 DELIVERED 8V CAKRIEB Me TEX WEEK HOME EDITION PRICE FIVE CENTS FIND CLUES MURDER TO WIN NOTHING TO LOSE Thin coupon will appear today only Test your skill a football forecaster by checking the of the following games No 5 1 Texas Western 2 Texas Tech 3 Arizona 4 Texas S Texas A M 6 Arkansas 7 Princeton 8 Tulane Northwestern 10 Washington Florida 12 Missouri 13 California 14 North Carolina 15 Ohio State WIN D WIN TIE D D n D D D D D D D D Wichita Houston Oregon Rice Baylor Mississippi Cornell Georgia Indiana Stanford Kentucky Nebraska Southern Calif Wake Forest Wisconsin D D D D D D D D D D D D D Please clip CLOSELT mail to the Football Editor of The Heraldrest or bring to the Newspaper Building I Mills and Kansas streets Tftls coupon must bi at The HeraldPost by noon Friday Oct 21 of postmark The prize is S500 for a perfect score It two or more tie for first place will be divided equally amonE the winners Everybody is eligible except employes of El Paso newspapers and their families Enter as many coupons as you wish NAM1 U5DRESS Ike Dulles Share Hope for Geneva Expect No Spectacular Results but Look For Progress Toward German Reunification By United Press DENVER Oct of State John Foster Dulles reported after a conference with President Eisenhower to day that he and the Chief Executive had shared a measured iiopt for concrete achievements from the forthcoming Big Three E P Finns Suspended From Gl Loan Services U S Stops Financing Of New Houses Companies Appeal Three El Paso companies were suspended today from services of the Veterans Ad ministration affecting loans on houses Ths Wagner DeWitt and Rearick and the Mortgage Invest ment Co were notified of suspen sion effective yesterday by Robert W Sissun of Lubbock regional man ager of the Veterans Administra tion No Veterans Loans Mr Sisson said the three com panies have been suspended from receiving the services of the Veter ans Administration They have the right to appeal to the Department of Administration of Veterans Af fairs in Washington The VA will make no more loans to war veterans on houses marketed by those Mr Sisson refused further com ment Harry Rearick of DeWitt and Rearick said today that his company was notified of the suspension yes terday A letter from the VA in Lub bock advised us that effective Oct 18 and afterwards the VA refuses to appraise dwellings owned spon sored or to be constructed by De Witt and Rearick Realtors Finn Files Appeal We filed an appeal today We have consulted with attorneys both here and in Washington and they have interpreted the order to read hat our going business is not to be affected by the suspension Case incidents enumerated in the suspension order occurred in 1950 The VA says that realtors have a right to keep a veterans earnest money if he fails to proceed with the contract They contend that we have no right to purchase or resell property o a third person yet in a July 1953 bulletin of the VA they said that property bought with a GI loan may be resold either to a veteran or nonveteran and does not require the approval of the Mr Rear k said Apparently they charge that we joueht and sold property that we Continued on Page 4 Col 2 Degrees Conferred By Scottish Rite fFour foreign ministers meeting in Geneva Dulles following a 25minute ses sion at the Presidents bedside at Fitzsimons Army Hospital said he expected no spectacular results from Geneva but that any results at all would mark an advance on most if not all of our prior con Work degrees in the 22nd through 30th marked todays program in the fourday 100th Reunion of the El Paso Scottish Rite Bodies at Scottish Rite Temple A total of 217 candidates are tak ing degrees in the ceremonies that will end in tomorrow evenings presentation of the 32nd Masonic degree Todays ceremonies were high lighted by the arrival of Chauncey A Egbert a 33rd degree Mason visiting from Dallas He is secre tary of the Scottish Rite Bodies there A special delegation met him upon his arrival at Interna tional Airport at noon Albert Ponsford deputy of the sovereign grand inspector general was informed yesterday that five members of the El Paso Scottish Rite Bodies had been named 33rd degree Masons The honor list also included 18 pew knights commandj er cf the court of honor ferences with the Soviet Covered Agenda Dulles covered the Geneva agenda again with Mr Eisenhower and re ported that the President was pleased that he Dulles planned to stop in Rome for brief conferences with top Italian leaders before go ing on to the foreign ministers ference I go to Geneva with the assur ance that I have behind me a Presi Mayor HalfPark Plan ANTON SCHUESSLER whose iwo sons were murdered collapses on shoulder of Charles Koop right an undertaker United Press Anton Schuessler Jr Posse Searches Site Where Bodies Were Discovered Grease Smudged Tablecloth Indicates That Brutal Killings Were Committed in Garags By United Press CHICAGO Oct motorist reported today that he saw two hot rod type cars in a forest preserve parking area a few feet from the ditch where the nude and mutilated bodies of three yoimj boys were found Police said the report was their hottest lead so The motorist E J Malone of suburban Schillar Park said saw a light preen convertible and a creamcolored sedan Tuesday morning a few hours before the bodies were found Police said the hot rod angle gave credence to the theory that the three young sters were slain by a gang like the 1achucos in of the citss most shocking crimes Bw International Nrtos Service CHICAGO Oct bits of a pair of blue jeans and an ax handle were found today in the area where the nude bodies of three Chicago boys were dumped after they were strangled The first clues in an intensive manhunt for the killer or killers were discovered by members of a 200man posso searching a forest preserve on Chicagos Northwest Side The Peterson 14 John Schuessler 13 and his 11yearold brother found slain yesterday in a ditch near the woods They had been missing since Sun day afternoon when they left home to go to a movie The blue Schuessler brothers wore such scraped out of the ashes of a bon fire by one of 100 soldiers partici the victims had been molested sex ually However Dr Harry R Horfmatj an associate of the Cook County Be havior Clinic said The person who could commit isuch an act as this is one to whom paling in the hunt for evidence Greasy Tablecloth The ax handle was picked up the act itself is a gratification of along the banks of the Des Flaines tne sex River an hour after an employe of The psychiatrist stamped the trl the MelloRust Stables found a Ple slayings as the work of a person greasy tablecloth in a nearby ditch jwho nad a record of sex Chiel Dan Conway of the Cook offenses County Forest Preserve Rangers He pointed out that all threa said the cloth was covered with i nad strikingly handsome fea grease smudges He pointed Robert Peterson MRS MALCOLM PETERSON gets word her son Robert 13 was murdered United MALCOLM PETERSON leaves Chicago morgue after identify ing body of his son Robert United Press A half park rather than a whole park for the triangle south of the point where North Stanton street is newly joined with Kansas street may be established Mayor Rogers said today The Mayor said he thought the landscaping of the part of the tri angle north of Mississippi street in the Engineers Lake area might be a good He added that he is not in favor of making a park out of the area between Mississippi and Baltimore streets The Mayor said he is in of this by the City to the John Hancock Life In surance Co They plan a residen tial type of building which would be a kind of buffer zone in County justice courts guilty to a smililar charge a commercial and residential he explained The sale is now under negoti ation The other half of the favor oi selling the half block on Stanton owned Judge Orders Owner To Move Valley Pig Pen One pig pen owner followed of 1609 Roosevelt street In the Upper Valley W F Carson The complaint against Carson was was charged with keeping swillfiled by CityCounty Health Unit and other substances injurious toiinspector Jack H Carson in Justice dent who fully knows the issues I between Mississippi and Baltimore the health of neighbors in and who has given me a fuil and comprehensive mandate to speak for our nation at that Dul les said at a news conference follow ing the meeting with the President Dulles at the request of newsmen said he thought the Geneva meet ing promised to bring forth certain results Concrete Progress He said he thought there would be concrete progress toward the reunification of Germany within a on Kansas is owned by Walter pig pen Gold and Charles R Carter 1 In the Lower Valley Harry his of Peace Ben Mejias court The complaint against Hewes was Continued on Page 4 Col 1 Attorneys in Federal Court Agree That Women Make Excellent Jurors that each boys body bore what1 appeared to be grease marks lead ing to a theory that the wanton A difference of opinion was ad vanced by Dr Thomas Kennedy associate professor of psychology at Loyola University He said the su perficial evidence now available killings were committed in a The cloth the charred clothing the EayingS arid the ax handle were taken to theory is that someone pos the Chicago Police crime integration for examinauon a system of values perpetrated At the inquest into one of the the He beiieves that the slay nation s most shocking crimes iner was not satisfying a recent years Coroner Walter Mesexual lse Carron said he believes adhesive tape plastered over the mouths and noses of the youngsters helped cause their suffocation Boarded Vehicle One of the witnesses at the in quest was Malcolm Peterson grief stricken father of Robert He testi fied his son had never been threat ened by any teenage gangs or had any reason to fear them Another witness Anton Schuess ler father of the other victims Set Trial For License Collector J Fred Ellis suspended City License Bureau collector will go on trial Nov 23 in 34th District Court if his attorneys agree on the date set for the case ln sotns had told they were to a never left ElUs is accused of misapplying home wilhout their parents this was a total of in City funds the first time they did it and the and Grider The district attorneys office was trying today to confirm the new date set for the trial by Judge Wil liam E Ward with Ellis attorneys bond Police Warn Of Gyp Salesmen Members of the Williamson which allegedly has swindled the public throughout the are believed to be in the El Paso Teenage Gang Sheriff Joseph Lohman said he thought ihe crime was the work of an older group of boys He believes it was highly improbable for one person to have held the three youths captive as it appears that they were murdered them and then transported their bodies to the for est preserve ditch where they were found 36 to 40 hours later Lohman said a teenage gang msy have manhandled the youths he continued something may have gone wrong to frighten the youthful gangsters and they killed all three to make sure they wouid not give evidenceagainst The highsounding theories brought no consolation to the fam ilies of the three boys They and all Chicago wanted to know why the boys were singled out for a cruel death The three youths were described as good boys by their parents friends teachers and minister Their school principal also said they were model examples of fins youths In a wellkept lightyellow brick bungalow on Chicagos Northwest Side Mrs Anton Schuessler 37 sat they saw another bowling on a tiny green couch and mumbled Earlier police had traced My life my arms boys movements to two bowling j legs now establishments Mancarinis reporti Over and over again she repeated thus placed the victims only four these words Once she started up miles east of the area where their from the couch and shouted bodies were found j Want my boys I want my Detective Chief William Touhy Falls to Knees said he believed the slayings werej Her husband who had viewed the He was suspended by Mayor Tom next time I saw them they were Rogers on May 14 and indicted a County grand jury on June 23 Schuessler said his boys had never The date of his trial was postDeen in any trouble with other boys poned from Oct 3 in order to give Bruno Mancarini a bus driver time for completion of an auditors if or the Chicago Transit Authority report on license bureau collectold police three boys answering the lions The report is being made descriptions of the victims had by the accounting firm of Thurston boarded his vehicle about oclock Sunday night This was almost an hour after the jboys were last reported seen in a bowling alley He said They talked of being unable to at any aliey they visited They Ellis is now at liberty under Tal vff left the bus a short time later when my committed by mere than one perj bodies of his two sons at the county son He said the boys were five feetmm sue fell to his knees before his two inches tall and muscular I am convinced the victims knew and wife and cried Mother Mother Our boys The names were sent to Mr Ponsframework of European ford by Lee Lockwood sovereign grand inspector general in Texas who is now in Wasington D attending the regular biannual ses sion of the Supreme Council for the I do not expect that Germany will be reunified within the next month but I expect some of the obstacles to that unification will have been he said Southern Jurisdiction of the U As mct with the The new 33rd degree Masons medical rcporls corvUnued to show arc the Rev Malcolm N steady prosrcss in Mr Eisenhow J William Turner Matthews af Odessa Black of Hereford Tex P Hootcn and James g recoverv from a ncart attack of El Paso James s 24 Tamp 1 1 The secretary who planned to fly lacK 01 lereioru Jback to wasnmgton today and leave Rank of the Knight Commander Frj sajd jn his Continued on Page 4 Col 1 ho priei 25minute mooting with the Presi dent he found very distinct evi dence of more vigorous health and more evidence of physical robust Dulles conferred with the President here early last week Glad to Help Apart from the Big Four confer Ambidextrous is a term applied Io a person who can turn off the hot and cold faucets in the shower at tha jams time ence Dulles President on this country also reported to the the extent to which had assisted Mexico following severe damage and suffer ing due to floods and tropical storms in that country The President has a very keen interest in friendly relations be Opposing lawyers dont often eyetoeye but in a suit now being tried in Judge R E Thomasons U S District Court attorneys on both sides agree on one thing women are good jurors Koi only attorneys but court of ficials clerks and courtroom ob serers have come to the almost unanimous conclusion that the women have done an excellent job as Federal jurors Tsday four women are on Federal jury trying to decide whether to award damages to thej parents of a young man killed in an accident at the Phclps Dodge copper refinery With eight men they have sat through three days of testimony and arguments in the case t One year ago the picture would have been quite different for women then were barred by Inw from serving on Texas juries To day they sit as equals with the men helping to render verdicts in civil and criminal cases alike Hearing the case this week are Mrs Dean Earp of 3739 Alameda avenue past president of the and long active in jhccn tn be of assistance to our sister Dulles said 1 Miss Irmn Scaly of 141R North Continued on rate i Col 1 THESE FIVE WOMEN have been serving as juror recently in U S District Courl Sened from left io right aro Irma Scfly and Mrs Louise Marcum Standinq from loft to riqht ara Miss Julia Delaney Mrs Dean Earp and Mrs Elizabeth C Burr At the nearby Malcolum Peterson home another mother and another Hit by Iron father were in a similar state of The bodies bore evidence that shock they had been slapped with a flat he asked neighbors who instrument possibly a tire iron came to comfort him why does it Cornller Waiter p McCarron a to alaml the com area Better Business Bureau Man ager Robert Hampton said today tholr assailants At least two cases of attempts to sell what was purported to be woolen goods were reported Io the Sheriffs Office today City police sheriffs deputies and State todnv Why were alerted and a search for tho ntcks of Persons cousin Bert Peterson salesmen began Schucsslcr question In past visits to the City had been strangled bv Every this happens fo the bers of the gang have tried to sellHc said the evidcntlyclliM nf Iccorns iey phony Irish lace They also offered lhad becn chokeri wilh a fContinupil on Pace 4 Col 3 to paint homes with what turned smjinr out to be crankcase oil and paint i The huv 13d I j J Ynui pigments vioionUy about ihe biUe I UUl The gang is believed to consist of rating he had put up a about 180 member1 Tittered against hi slayer His seal i several states marked In 14 cuts ami Police Chief J C skill fractures in TJ S Wralh1 Bureau i Details on El today to he on liie lookflirted by a revolver or oil for members heri Veteran police official They should be very careful murder as dealings with such he said If they have any doibt they should contnct this department to check it nut These people really pyp the public because they prey on tin American instinct to find n bar INTKEASES United Prcn DALLAS Oct 10 at the Stair of Trxa pushed past the mark U day A total of tended Kast Texas liny tie yesterday to pisi nncc through last to compared with at th j same date last year Page Anmsrmcnfs Ann Carroll Comics Crossword Dr Ii U Conner Editorials Eleanor Knosovelt ill 31 38 R 14 Isnttal in the annals u They cringed at the of Ihrj three bodies huddled together in iitch bordering a parkint io u Kobinsons Woods a fores preprrve district It was in this forest scene of iiitum color ami beaiiiy Kaye Kmrrson 7 aiesinan his find when Vorein Scene IS stopped la eat lunch j Knhb Hunt I SO Tin difciivrry tragically ended a 17 in for ihe boys thai had Pcopit 20 iiutay niiht hours after they had inl TV Programs 10 me to see a movie in downtown School They last had neni seer Pcnnrks 18 alleys Sports 2125 An auiopsy revealed thai Womens News   

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