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Herald Press, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1959, Saint Joseph, Michigan TUESDAY OCTOBER 13 1959 THE ST JOSEPH Parents Bewildered By Son's Double Murder L'ANSE Mich Oct 13 Wl I just can't believe Ferdinand Paquet We gave him all kinds of love and tenderness He never did a wrong thing Paquet spoko sorrowfully of his son IB held in the ing of his girl friend's father and sister Prosecutor William G said the boy orally ad- mitted the slaying of Edward Frosland 44 a L'Anse laborer and his daughter Llla Sunday night I did the boy told the in the head Lila Lynn was strangled H J Winkler said she had been struck on the head Good Boy Eugene described by neighbors as a good boy and a very strict took Frosland 16 and her sister sally 14 to Baptist church Sunday night He and Shirley had dated for about two years Paquet left dining the service Lynn complaining of ius said The prosecutor said quet state that he went home prosecutor Monday But I didn't I got a rope an Iron bolt nnd his know why family has been father's 22 caliber pistol then awful good to me Plans Written Out said he would ask Juvenile com I to waive custody of the boy so he could be tiled on a murder charge The prosecutor said Eugene had written In a notebook while in bed Saturday went to the Frosland home There quoted him as saying he lured Llla Lynn outside to his car struck her with the bolt and her with a rope Hammer Catches The youth said he went to the sleeping father's bedroom Eu- Lure Ed Get j gene told he covered ready for the girl Gel stuff the pistol with a pillow but the paper bag containing rope gags hammer caught In the pillow case a pistol In house Put club and the click awoke on sofa Put rest of bag in cor- The boy said he hid the gun The man and boy spoke for a few moments Frosland turned to reach for a cigarette Actress Body Be Flown nor Knock out Hill Tie and gap them Put them in bedroom Do anything then died of a bullet wound Eugene said he fired a bullet Into the back of head Nixon Wants Equal Time HST To Do Guest Shot On Benny Show Sunday To Hollywood BRACKETTVILLE Tex Oct 13 have been made to fly the body of slain actress 26 back to Hollywood today Sue Stevens 25 of Las Vegas Nev a sister of the adieus made public a letter In which County Atty John J Tobin told her his j probe of slaying revealed ing Impioper in the slam girl's personal conduct The died when R ing knife was plunged into her chest early Sunday at the home she stayed while In a movie The Alamo being filmed Chester M Smith 32 one of four male of the troupe living in the same house with the actress was charged with der Other members of the blamed the slaying on jealousy By BACON AT Movie TV HOLLYWOOD Oct 13 Harry S Truman turns up m an unlikely place next Sunday guest star on a comedy show Employment In State Gov't Drops 560 J.uk Benny lus host lie has a demand for equal lime fiom Vice Richard M I him back that lies not eligible foi iny show until he makes Benny quipped Benny and Nixon have been friends for Not GOP or I'm a Republican nor a said Jack in ex- plaining why he is so friendly with leadens of both parties He said Nixon had him con- him on the show business coup of the former President of the United States as a guest stai A Bonn how I he managed lo get Tiuman to appear him replied I He asked me LANSING Oct 13 Em- ployment in state government in one sear about 17 per cent under an Ity program ordered by Gov Hams last year Lt Goi John B a Swamson Monday asked Benny If he intended to acting governor lsc lne Mals Ing Williams trip said oll of TV rolls dropped from EARLY a spin and loving the spin she's In Bunny 14 sends her hair as she helps usher m the ice skating son in New York's Central park 33.153 to 32.593 In the fiscal year thai ended The annual saving amounts to more than a year Interstate 75 Road Markers Are Unveiled MONROE Oct 13 Red white and blue signs were un- veiled Monday to mnik the fust Michigan section of Interstate 75 pare ot the nation's Interstate highway system The new went up on the expressway replacing black and white signs When completed the route run fiom Ste Marie south to Tampa Fin Motorists will be able to travel the entire distance without stop except for The Michigan section will inn from the Ohio state line In Monroe County north to Detroit Flint Bay City ish and the Bridge then to the Soo I'm Tune My uas that I wa seeking guest stais such Mis Jimmy Stewart nnd I might tiy for Many S Truman The stoiy got punted but 1 ly had no of the President of the United Slates to on a comedy show One dav Mr Tinman called me and What's this lead about my appealing on your I'm ready you ask me Benny and the former dcnt once did H benefit piano duct for the Kansas City One Disagreement Benny snld he and the for- mei President had only one during the taping I wanted to keep it dignified nnd Mr Tiuman is about mv getting ny laughed Steel Shortage Forces Ford To Close 2 Lines 13 Ml Koid Motor Co snid Monday in its Falcon production lines at t am Ohio and Kansas City arc sometime in December Most of shut down because of a the been Little Theater Group To Meef At Buchanan BUCHANAN Oct 13 The October meeting of Buchanan will Wednesday evening in the home o Mr Mis Richard Suem when a one-act type play will be The president Mrs Thomas U livine will conduct the ness meeting when scenc.s committees will be set up in preparation for ing the piny Kind by age of steel The lines will tion Wednesday They are the only ones assembling the new compact car so far A company spokesman said selected and lor will be scheduled by Mis John Kennaugh who is the Mrs Ted and ter E will be in charge of the workshop play All the shortage described as sons Interested ore united to Is nof due to the current attend steel but rather to a lag in production by Ford's own stamping plants Ford has said Its steel plies arc adequate for full duction Into next month The corporation makes about half of Its own steel at the Rouge plant In Deal born The bridge is I he longest single suspension span in the world It extends it mile length across the choppy waters of the Straits of kinac from Mackinaw City on the south to St Ignace on the north CI Cabinet Co Inc Miok Kitchen Cabinet Specialists Our Display 2525 Miles Are St Building and Wardrobes Family Rooms Room Special Furniture Store Equipment Show Caws and Formica Counter Tops heat and prepare U ut on hi Coloms Raid 7 north nf Harbor NEWS PA PER fl R C E VISITING IN KAST LAKESIDE Oct 13 Mis Ethel Murphy left foi Garden City N Y to spend a few visiting with her daughter and son-in-law Mr nnd Mrs Edgar Lewis nnd ily Are You Skinny? By RALPH i In pancreas The day may LOS ANGELES Oct 13 when we can give an and an of tome sort you re skinny and am hg than other people seem to he wants The danger in alcoholism Dr said lies In the fact that You could be a potential heRvy drinker up a chronic alcoholism I don't mean that all who fit the description should automatically quit drinking says Dr Marsh But surveys have turned up several physical factors in the search for the true cause of alcoholism Dr Maish here to speak at the assembly of Hie nia Academy of General Practice said In an that there is I less baldness and less obesity among alcoholics than among healthy persons Also their body fluids are out of balance and they seem to need great quantities of he added We know that alcoholism is not an emotional disease though it does lead to many emo- tional problems There is a physical which some people have and haven't Build Up Tolerance The alcoholic may be thing like the diabetic In that instance the was found Need More Than SAN FRANCISCO Oct 13 A young man wanting to homestead in Alaska needs more than smew an axe and the pioneer spirit says the Rt Rev William T Gordon Jr Episcopal bishop of Alaska He also needs about The bishop said the much publicized Michigan van is regarded in Alaska as a example of Inadequate planning He added that the others i original objective of the van failed some returned and Auto Sales Hike Seen For 1960 NEW YORK Oct 13 OF Standard Corp be- that It Is reasonable to expect next year's automobile sales will be 12 per cent above 1959 An industry survey by the business advisory service mates that assuming tion of steel shipments fairly soon domestic output should be about units this year That would be 34 per cent above 1958 For 1960 the figure should reach In addition Standard said that the sale of some 000 foreign cars is indicated for 1959 up from 377.558 last year No predictions are yet possible for the new compact U S car the service said However er demand for six cylinder autos has highlighted the tendency of buyers to seek economy of op- some found jobs elsewhere but those who stayed have been undergoing that none ever contemplated NO LISP BUT QUACK QUACK SAN DIEGO Calif A I young boy's slight lisp is gone after his parents took the advice of a school tant and played a ald Duck Takes a Speech over and over for the boy I But now his parents say their son talks like Donald i Duck Bradley Widow Marries Sailor ROGERS CITY Oct 13 The widow of a Ma man who lost his life when the freighter Carl D Bradley sank In Lake Michigan has married another Great Lakes sailor Ann Yarch mother of three children one of them born after the Nov 18 sinking and Lawrence were married here Saturday St Ignatus Roman Catholic church The miseries of Acid may strike tonight but why toas and Relief m momenta when you take Faet toft MM from acid mdifeetion burn or gat TUMS at the side keeps you on the right side of restful sleep pack Boys Cotton Twill Gabardine SLACKS Regular cotton twill gabardine slacks in navy brown or charcoal with zip fly elastic back waist Sizes Men's Thrift Priced Sweat Shiri at just Washable cotton fleece sweatshirt for work or play Has rugged crew neck styling rib cuffs White or gray You can do all your Shopping at RIVERVIEW SHOPPING CENTER Convenient Free Parking or Over Cars DECORATOR PRINTS Big Selection of Prints Heavyweight Cotton Shrinkage Controlled 36 In Wide OVAL BRAIDED RUGS Ideal for Traffic Areas Size 69 At fill low price you'll of these pretty Made nf cotton yarm braided around a cotton core and reversible for double the wear Rich colors size You Select The Way To Charge It the SRC Way Charge Or Monthly Payments Sears makes It doubly easy within M days no service charge or make monthly payments mall service charge Women's Cotton Flannel PAJAMAS SAVE Four styles oil with long trousers Adjustable bands Choice of prints piping trims BATTERY BOOSTER CABLES Regular 8-foot t my to uti ALLSTATE cables of heavy aluminum with thick rubber insulation connect with live battery for fast safe starts A must for cars that hove auto- matic transmission 6 or Get yours 640 W Main Ph WA Benfon Harbor PARK FREE OPEN TIL 9 P I MONDAYS and FRIDAYS
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