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   Herald Press, The (Newspaper) - October 13, 1959, Saint Joseph, Michigan                                TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1959 THE HERALD-PRESS, ST. JOSEPH, U.P. Parents Bewildered By Son's Double Murder L'ANSE. Mich. Oct. 13 Wl "I just can't believe mur- muicd Ferdinand Paquet. "We gave him all kinds of love and tenderness. He never did a wrong thing." Paquet spoko sorrowfully of his son Eucene IB, held in the slay- ing of his girl friend's father and 10-year-old sister. Prosecutor William G. Kon- stenlus 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. Coioner 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 Shlrlev Frosland, 16, and her sister, sally, 14, to L'Arisc Baptist church Sunday night. He and Shirley had dated for about two years. Paquet left dining the service, Lynn, complaining of (llness. Konsten- ius said. The prosecutor said Pa- quet state that he went home. prosecutor Monday. "But I didn't I got a rope, an Iron bolt nnd his know why. Thnt family has been father's 22 caliber pistol, then awful good to me." Plans Written Out Konstenms said he would ask Juvenile com I to waive custody of the boy so he could be tiled on a first-degree murder charge. The. prosecutor said Eugene had written In a notebook while sillint; in bed Saturday night: went to the Frosland home. There. Konstemus quoted him as saying, he lured Llla Lynn outside to his car, struck her with the bolt and stiangled her with a rope. Hammer Catches The youth said he went to the .sleeping father's bedroom. Eu- "Lure Ed downstairs! Get j gene told Konstcnius 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 Fiosland 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." Fiosland died of a bullet wound Eugene said he fired a bullet Into the back of Frosland's 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 LaJean Ethrldge, 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 noth- ing Impioper in the slam girl's personal conduct. The actrc.ss died when R hunt- ing knife was plunged into her chest early Sunday at the home wheie she .stayed while woiking In a movie. "The Alamo." being filmed neaiby. Chester M. Smith, 32. one of four male mambeis of the troupe living in the same house with the actress, was charged with mur- der. Other members of the tioupc blamed the slaying on piofessional jealousy. By .lA.MES BACON AT Movie TV HOLLYWOOD. Oct. 13 Prcsidenl 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, sajs lie has a demand for equal lime fiom Vice PicMdenl Richard M. 'I wiotc him back that lies not eligible foi iny show until he makes Benny quipped. Benny and Nixon have been friends for >eai.s Not GOP or Drmci "I'm ncithci a Republican nor a Dcmociat." said Jack in ex- plaining why he is so friendly with leadens of both parties He said Nixon had wiitten him con- giatulaling him on the show business coup of MiaKCinc the former President of the United States as a guest stai. A icpmlci a.sked Bonn) how I he managed lo get Tiuman to appear him replied Bennx, "I He asked me." LANSING. Oct 13 Em- ployment in state government dioppi'd in one .sear about 17 per cent under an auster- _ Ity program ordered by Gov. Wil- Hams last year. Lt Goi John B monllls Rfo a columnusl Swamson icportcd Monday. asked Benny If he intended to Swalnson. acting governor dm- ,lsc lne snmc KUCSl Mals Ing Williams' trip abioad. said, oll lnosl of TV emplojmcnt rolls dropped from EARLY a spin and loving the spin she's In, Bunny Wcnzel, 14, sends her hair a-flying as she helps usher m the ice skating sea- son in New York's Central park lafroon. 33.153 to 32.593 In the fiscal year thai ended las! Julv. 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 va-st Interstate highway system The new nmikeis went up on the Detroit-Toledo expressway replacing black and white US-21A signs. When completed, the route u-lll run fiom Satilt Ste Marie south to Tampa. Fin Motorists will be able to travel the entire distance without stop, except for pa.solmr. The Michigan .section will inn from the Ohio state line In Monroe County north to Detroit. Flint. Bay City. Bland- ish and the Macklnac Bridge. then to the Soo. "I'm Kc.uh An> Tune" "My ansuei uas that I wa seeking ollbeiit guest stais such a.s Mis Jimmy Stewart nnd I might tiy for Many S Truman The stoiy got punted but 1 ical- ly had no intvntinn of nskmi; the loimer President of the United Slates to nppe.u on a comedy .show "One dav Mr. Tinman called me and askcd 'What's this lead about my appealing on your show0 I'm ready you ask me Benny and the former Pre.sl- dcnt once did H benefit violin- piano duct for the Kansas City One Disagreement Benny snld he and the for- mei President had only one dls- agicement during the taping "I wanted to keep it dignified nnd Mr. Tiuman is woined about mv getting Ben- ny laughed. Steel Shortage Forces Ford To Close 2 Lines DKTROIT Ocl 13 Ml Koid Motor Co. .snid Monday in its Falcon production lines at Lor- t Liidy" am. Ohio, and Kansas City arc sometime "in December. Most of .shut down because of a the 13-membcr cast'has been Little Theater Group To Meef At Buchanan BUCHANAN, Oct. 13 The October meeting of Buchanan l.lttle Thcatie Gioup will tnkc plnce Wednesday evening in the home o( Mr. Mis. Richard Suem when a one-act uoikshop type play will be featuml. The president. Mrs. Thomas U livine, will conduct the busi- ness meeting when behlnd-thc- scenc.s committees will be set up in preparation for produc- ing the tiiiec-act piny "Kind by Bdwnid Chorioiov age of steel stampings. The lines will ic.sumc opera- tion Wednesday. They are the only ones assembling the new compact car so far. A company spokesman said .selected and ri.itc.s lor ichcnr.sals will be scheduled by Mis John Kennaugh, who is the dnector. Mrs. Ted Ljon and Mr.s. Wal- ter, E. Schlimcr will be in charge of the workshop play. All per- the shortage, .described as tern-I sons Interested ore united to porary. Is nof due to the current attend, steel stnkc but rather to a lag in production by Ford's own stamping plants. Ford has said Its steel sup- plies arc adequate for full pro- duction Into next month. The corporation makes about half of Its own steel at the Rouge plant In Deal born. The Macklnnc bridge is I he longest .single suspension span in the world. It extends it five- mile length across the choppy waters of the Straits of 'Mnc- kinac from Mackinaw City on the .south to St. Ignace on the north. CI CflN Cabinet Co.. Inc. LLwVIl Rivtrildi, Miok. PhoiuWA 8-1101 Kitchen Cabinet Specialists Our Display Yonnt's 2525 Miles Are., St. JoMph CompUti Building and Rimodilinf Wardrobes' Family Rooms VanltorlM Room Special Furniture Store Equipment Fancllnc Show Caws O.E. 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X-Factor Dr. Maish. here to speak at the anfiual assembly of Hie Califor- nia Academy of General Practice. said In an inteivlew 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, al- though it does lead to many emo- tional problems. There is a mys- terious physical X-factor which some people have and haven't. Build Up Tolerance "The alcoholic may be. .some- thing like the diabetic. In that instance, the X-factor was found 59ers Need More Than Muscles! SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13 A young man wanting to homestead in Alaska needs more than masclei. smew, an axe and the pioneer spirit, says the Rt. Rev. William T. Gordon Jr.. Episcopal bishop of Alaska. He also needs about J10.000. The bishop said the much publicized Michigan '59er cara- van is regarded in Alaska as a pilme example of Inadequate planning. He added that the others i original objective of the cara- van failed, some returned, and Auto Sales Hike Seen For 1960 NEW YORK. Oct. 13 OF) Standard Poor's Corp. be- lieves 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 esti- mates that, assuming resump- tion of steel shipments fairly soon, domestic output should be about 5.100.000 units this year. That would be 34 per cent above 1958. For 1960 the figure should reach 6.400.000. In addition, Standard Poor's said that the sale of some 600.- 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, great- er demand for six cylinder autos has highlighted the tendency of buyers to seek economy of op- epration. some found jobs elsewhere but "those who stayed have been undergoing hards-hips that none ever contemplated." NO LISP. 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