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ADOPTED SONSAYS
HE KILLED FATHER
Boy, 18, Confesses Murder
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hr the Associated Press.
ROYAL OAK. Mich.,' June 18.—An
18-year-old adopted son led officers
today to the body of hU foster father,
whom he confessed he shot May 81
because of resentment over a scolding.
The boy, Jason^ Edward Duisky, hid
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automobile ride to Arenac County, un
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Edward J. Duisky. 50, the man who
adopted him as a baby and reared him
as his own child.
Then Jason was returned to the
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confession had been corroborated. He
said Jason would be arraigned in
Justice Court here Monday on a mur
der charge, and would be taken at once
into Circuit Court at Pontiac if he
waived examination. He said the
youth had promised to plead guilty.
Jason, a high school Junior, con
fessed today. Assistant Prosecutor
Sherman MacDonald said, after blood
had been found in the trunk of the
family automobile by officers investi
gating the disappearance of the elder
Duisky.
After shooting his foster father, he
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the automobile and started for Alpena,
Mich., where Mrs. Duisky was ill.
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body into some bushes and left it.
DAYTON MAN TO HEAD
U. S. JUNIOR CHAMBER
Convention Calls »for Standard
Traffic Rules Throughout
Nation in Resolution.
By the Atscrlsted Press.
OAKLAND. Calif.. June 18.—Philip
libeling, Dayton, Ohio, was elected
president of the United States Junior
Chamber of Commerce here today.
Tulsa, Okla., was selected for the
1939 convention.
Vice presidents elected included
Albert B. Bout well. Birmingham. Ala.;
Fred J. Driver. Jr., Omaha, Nebr.;
Raymond Bonin!, Grand Rapids,
Mich., and Mark S. Matthews, New
York City.
The convention adopted resolutions
calling for standardisation of traffic
rules throughout the country and
elimination of the third or "suicide
lane" on highways.
It also proposed the junior chamber
establish air markers throughout the
country.
Council
(Continued Prom First Page.)
the tax bill, shows the need of a coun
cil that will ascertain public senti
ment in advance of a hearing on a
District bill and present a united front
at that hearing.”
dealing Haase at Opinion.
The proposed council, Mr. Dirksen
pointed out, could easily become the
clearing house of civic opinion. He
said congressional committees could
forward all local bills to the council
for study. The council. In turn, he
explained, could immediately go to
work to ascertain public reaction. The
council could do this, he said, either
through a series of public hearings, ■
or by conducting Its own public ref
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national representation resolutions.
"I do hope that during the summer I
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I, personally, will make every effort
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District Committee and advising it on
every bill that comes before it.”
Would Be Independent.
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timent on proposed local legislation.
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Citizens' Associations and the Fed
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JASON EDWARD DULSKY,
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(Mich.) police that he killed
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and threw the body in brush
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House or Senate, wanted to spend
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4. What State would lose some
ground if the proposal went
through for Canada to annex a
piece of the United States?
5. Is Frank Hague <a) U. S.
Senator from New Jersey; <b)
vice chairman of the Democratic
National Committee, or (c) Mayor
of Newark, N. J.
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FREDERICKSBURG, Va„ June 18
(A*).—Judge Frederick W. Coleman
ruled in Corporation Court today that
a man may “drive his car on his own
private property, in hia backyard in
the shadow of his castle, while under
the influence of intoxicants” without
violating the law.
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