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April 3, 1953

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fk*-ttt 4*4 BiUefe, Willii- port.Ti., FrW*y MormTig, ftpril 3.1953 _ * Auxioxis Father lias Satisfactory' Visit WittrSou, Glayer of HELICOFTER8 PLANT TREES ·SAN FRANCISCO tAP) -- C i o w n ; Zellprbach Corporation, paper products manufacturer, has planted its six-millionth timber teedling on its tree farms in western Oregon ar,d I Washington The company u i « * helicopters on some tjpfts of land at aj-ost ol about $7 an acres. I, I A. (AP)--An anxious father had what : Itrfecd * "wrtisfactgry" vi§ijjat$ yesterday with his 18- ye»r-old son, confessed stayer of five persons. But the father, Mose McManus of Valley *Stre*m, N.Y., a brewery executive, said his son, Fred Eugene, remained adamant in his refusal to accept legal counsel. Meanwhile C h i e f Deputy Rav ^ O'LaughHn of Monroe Count N Y , one of the- New York o f f i - cial? who has_been here_smce Wednesday to question young McManus' about the death of \\ ilham A Br»v*rmtn, 19-vwr-old c o l l e g e student, said B r a v e i m a n s bod\ had been found Vouri hi Gr»v«» P»* _ The* body w*s lound in » commercial . R I H \ el pit at Brighton about MX miles east of H u n d r f d s of volunteers and das in the search for the 19-vear old Hobart College freshman, missing since las.t Friday The seaich. for Braverman s for vou*\ the elder McManus s No retortpd Fred t u m i n g awav in* rtder lrhuiu» had said | «arlifr he hoped » menage from Mn. McMatiu* might p«r*ua4« the bo to accept help. Fred accompanied bv -Diane of |Sumrrvri,"llle, NY, was arre*^ Tuesday night; in a stolen car Under questioning by Dubuque Coun ty authorities he readilv arTmitted to death a Hobart College in Rochester N¥ - s In KeeneyvHle, 111 L and t w o i~women in Spring Valley M i n n He told officers he did it because Perfextiort Point Clcantr AKisortn* Wallpaper Cleaner WH PAPERS Kitchen 1 9 t o 5 9 Uving Room .. Dining Room FROM AMHICA'* IARGISI HI IVISION MANUI AClURl-R CARROLL HOUSE Now Brings You... body had gone on since McManus "I was in lo\e and needed mone told authorities here Tuesday night But he. said his four-day cnrae that the college student was his|spree netted less than 560 first v i c t i m McManus said he shot First degree m u i d m warrants Braverman for his «*r have be*n filed against voung Me- Th* third meeting between Fred and hi* father took platf, a* the previous one* had, at the Dubuque Countj Jiul. after clrrgjinen had talked with the bo. A f t e r t h e interne t h e McManus said his son s attitude had been "a little w a r m e r ' t h a n in the previous meetings when the youth had been cool and unwilling to talk The father said Fred was "more like his old self" McManus blamed ' the girl" -Diane Weggeman 16 who was in the car with Fred w h e n he w-as arrested -- for his son s predicament "Her influence caused all the trouble," McManus said He said his family had met Diane last Thanksgiving after sh" had been placed in trie home of friend* bv a welfare association P6«e for Picture* Earlier, the father and son brought together to po=e for n e w s pictures At that time the boy refused to look his father in the face As they were pos ng the father extended a w r i t t e n message to his son «nd "'·' ~~ ' "It's not from me feed--I* *· Area Jurors Named For County Courts MILTON -- Upper Northumberland County will send three residents April 27 to Sunbury for grand jury duty while three additional residents will report at t h e 1 same time for -petit jury wo*k Thnwi w h o will -report for t h e . grand jury include Mrs. J H Wagner, Florence Klapp Watson- to*n, Bernice Chamberlin, Turbot- \ilte Petit Jwor* 4ncludet Malcolm. 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