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Sen. Douglas Earns High praise was lavished on I/. S. Senator Paul H. Douglas last week by u Pulitzer Prize-winning historian who described him as "one of the impressive figures oi our era." Douglas has "earned that position by bringing Into the stale atmosphere -of public tile the freshening quality it most needs; the quality of a lofty moral rigor, of an instructed conscience." * * Â» SO .EULOGIZED Professor Allan Kevins, winner of the MICHAEL E. SKRYSAK departed Monday for 12 weeks of Marine Corps recruit training in San Diego, Cal. Mike, son of Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Skrysak, 617 S. William St., Mt. Prospect, recently graduated from Arlington high school. Shown with him is M/Sgt. Don Nygaard, iocal Marine recruiter. FUEL KlDf CONTRACT FOR OIL, INDEED YOU CAW- PAYFOI2.ITOM THE MONTHLV PLAKl People say they find our budget fuel oil plan very ' f convenient. May we explain it to you? Phone CL 34000 this week. D LOCAL THADIllAJtKt. I SEN. DOUGLAS Pulitzer Prize for history in 1932 and 1937 and a distinguished scholar, author, lecturer, and editorial writer. Nevins was principal speaker at a June 27 'tribute to Illinois' senior senator, currently campaigning for re-election in the November 8 general election against his GOP challenger, Samuel W. Witwer. The dinner was sponsored by Citizens for Douglas a n d officially launched the senator's re-election bid. It was attended by citizens f r o m Chicago and suburbs as well as downstate communities. # * * RECALLING that in nearly a contury-and-a-hall in t h e Union, Illinois had given the country a bead-roll-of Senators equalled by few states and surpassed by none, historian Nevins declared that "no name.on that list shines more brightly than that of Paul H. Douglas. Of all our senators, none has written more consistently elevated record of public service; none has so clearly combined intellectual distinction -- technical expcrtness -- with practical legislative power; none has set so high a moral example." In extolling the senator's record of legislation in the past 12 years, he said Douglas had: --introduced the bill which increased the minimum wage to 51 an hour; --conducted the investigation which exposed the misuse of pension and welfare Stop Lawn Fungus This Easy Way Sweet dreams, wounded warrior. While you nap, the fairy princess (guess who) will apply the SCUTLÂ® to keep lawn fungus away. I've filled the Scotts Spreader, and set the dial. Now to walk it on. Hope he sleeps the 30 minutes it'll take. Won't he be surprised to learn I'm a lawn expert too! More and more folks are coming to us for advice on improving their lawns throuHh an casy-to-foltotu Scotts Program. 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Cagann from the University of Illinois and son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Cagann, 312 S. Carlyle pi , Arlington Heights, arrived last weekend to commence six weeks of intensive training at Fort Sill, Okla. He is among nearly 600 future artillery officers from 18 colleges and universities receiving artillery branch instruction at. Fort SilVs 1960 ROTC summer camp! More than half of all the officers commissioned in the regular army come from the ROTC program. The program is designed to permit progressive evaluation of college students and insures selection of only the best qualified for commissions as officers. "Learn by Doing" is the theme of the summer camp training. At Fort Bragg Cadet Gordon Danforth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Danforth, 510 Hellen rd., Palatine, has been assigned to the ROTC Summer camp at Fort- Bragg, N. C. The encampment will continue until July 29. 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