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KJLIC Tuesday Evening, May 15, 1962 AWARD FOR STORE—The "Midwestern Territory Award" as the 'Best Store' in the I52-C classification was given to the local Scars store. Presentation of the trophy for the best overall performance during 1961 was made to R. G. Barnes, locnl store manager, at a dinner meeting in Chicago last week. Shown above on the left is G. M. Melcalf, vice-president in charge of the mid- western territory, with Barnes. Charles H. Kellstadl, chairman of Sears board, was also present along with staff and store managers. There arc 123 stores in the Logansport classification in this territory which consists of eleven states. GOP Demand Ag Secretary Resign WASHINGTON (UPD-Repiibli- cans today were demanding the resignation of Agriculture Secretary Orvllle L. Freeman ovei charges that his department hac an employe dragged screaming ti a mental institution because she knew too much about the Billie Sol Estes case. The charges revolved around Mary K. Jones, secretary to N. Battle-Hales, who kept the file? on Estes. Sen. John ,1. Williams, R-T)el., told the Senate Monday that the department "railroaded" her into a mental institution for. 12 days. The Agriculture Department denied the charges. It said in statement it "regrets that the medical problems of an employe have been made into a political controversy." Chuckles in The News By United Press International SHARE JAIL TERM MOUNT CARROLL, 111. (UPI)— Joseph Korba and his dog, Rusty, were free today. They shared a 10-day jail sentence. Plans to shelter the huge Chesapeake retriever fell through when Korba, 58, began serving his sentence fo r a traffic charge. Authorities put the dog in the Carroll County Jail too. FINES BACKSEAT DRIVER GRAVESEND, England (UPI) Joseph Manwaring's wife got tired of his backseat driving so she stopped the car, and left him sitting in it. Manwaring was fined $42 Monday for driving the car without insurance. DUEL WITH AUTOS LAFAYETTE,. .Ind. (UPI)-Arthur Eldridge, 36, and his wife, Donna Belle, 34, were fined $20 and costs in Municipal Court Monday for settling a family squabble by each running their car into the other's. YOUTH IS SERVED CHICAGO (UPI)-With all the furor about medical care for the aged, the American Medication Association hasn't forgotten the youth of America. One day of its annual convention June 24-28 will be devoted to teen-age problems. FIRE AT AIRPORT MIAMI (UPI) - Fire fed. by magnesium and paint swept a warehouse at Miami International Airport Monday, destroying 15 airplane engines and a pickup truck. Damage was estimated by Airmotive .Suppliers Inc., at about $450,000. Sen. •Gordon Allott, R-Colo., said Miss Jones was "dragged screm- ing from her office" to the hospital. He said .Freeman should "slep down and out" because ol the burgeoning case of the Texas farm magnate indicted on fraud charges. Others Demand Ouster Republican Reps. Bob Dole Kan., and John B, Anderson, 111 made the same demand on th letterhead of the GOP Congres sional Committee. Dole charged that the Agricu (lire Department's integrity ha been impugned, and "we canno allow a Cabinet rank departmen to remain under a cloud." Allott told the Senate that th department had been "caught ii clear cases of misfeasance am malfeasance" in the Eslcs casi and "if he (Freeman) does no resign and the While House main tains its strange silence, it mus be explained." The Agriculture Departmen said Miss Jones was taken to Dis trict of Columbia General Hospi tal on April 26 'on advice of physicians"-her doctor and a doc tor assigned to the department. She was released after 12 day: of confinement when the D. C Commission on Mental Health de cided she was mentally sound. Avoid Reporters The department physician, Dr Lee K. Buchanan, declined to meet reporters. Miss Jones' phy sician, Dr. Harold Heiges, refusec to comment > when questioned di redly. But a congressional source sak Heiges told :him he had nevei authorized or agreed to the com mitment. Williams, in his charges before .he Senate, said that Miss Jonet apparently "remained loyal 1 ' to Hales, who was transferred to another-department. The senator said she tried to cecp Hales' files' from being "pi- ;eonholed or destroyed" and "re!used to cooperate in covering up corruption." Buchanan, he said, "arbitrarily ordered her into a mental institu iion." Williams demanded thai Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy hi vestigate the affair. Two More Gang Deaths !n Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) — The slashed and beaten bodies of two hood- urns, apparently slain in gang and fashion weeks ago, were found Monday night stuffed in the .runk of a new 'car on a residen- .ial street. The victims, James Rocco Ml •aglia and John William McCar- .hy, both 25 and of Chicago, were .o begin serving federal prison ;erms.for armed robbery today. The killings brought to at leas eight the number of gang-styli assassinations in the Chicago ares ;his year, and were the fifth anc sixth within the past three weeks Police, answering complaints about the parked car pried open ,he trunk to discover the bodies which were lightly clothed 'anc martially decomposed. Police said the victims were killed at least two weeks ago irobably .inside a building since ;hey were lightly clothed. The car which was registered to Miraglia'; wife, Rita, had been parked'on .he Southwest side street for abou Jiree weeks, they said. Miraglia was reported missing on May 2 and McCarthy two day; aler. Mrs. Miraglia 'said she las saw her husband when he lef lome to keep an appointment. Me Carthy's ,wife, Betty, said her hus- jand left her at a shopping centei and never returned. The two were sentenced to two years in the federal penitentiary on Jan. 17, 1981, after pleading guilty to the $5,000 holdup of the Almira Savings and Loan Association here Sept. 18, 1959. They were granted a slay in the execU' lion of the sentence until today. Miraglias's" father, John Mirag h'a, a minor hoodlum, was shot t< death in a tavern in August o 1959. Strypeeze .Strips Paint Fast, L Semi-Paste for general _ " .use. New Non, Rammable k for tough jobs. COMMUNITY OWNED COMMUNITY BUILT ONMCA RURA1 ELECTRIC MEMBERSHIP CORPORATION FULTON -CARROLL- WHITE MIAMI - CASS, COUNTIES Quotes in the News By United Press International MOSCOW—Pravda, the officia publication of the Commumb party, on the dispatch of Amer: can troops to Thailand: "All this was done ,in order t prepare a new attack agains areas liberated by patriot! forces." ' PALM DESERT, Calif.-William Daugherty, manager of the E dorado Country Club, on report that forme r President Dwight D Eisenhower had fired a three-ove par 75 on the club's golf course ; "He was so pleased we though he might not leave." MANILA—Filipino Sen. Lorenzi Sumulong, on the defeat by lb U.S. House of Representatives o a $7.1 million war damage bill fo the Philippines: "Asians will consHer I he fat- that the Philippines is the staunch est ally of the United Slides this' part of the world and yet i does not receive treatment a such." NEW YORK — Astronaut Scot Carpenter, on his youth: "I had a wonderful time, but was a real rounder. I didn't stud; hard ... I stole.things from store; and I was just drifting through sort of a no-good." TWO RESCUERS DROWN TAMPA, Fla. (UPI) - Six-year old Lacetta Bates apparently stepped into a hole while wading in a lake Monday and her molhei and grandfather drowned trying to save her. 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SO-Beast of burden fi2-Prefix: not 64-Pronoun 1 2 21 30 57 26 6 7 8 9 10 13 •48 66 27 53- Dlstr. by United Feature .Syndicate, Inc. If 14 IRAQ WANTS KUWAIT BAGHDAD, Iraq ,<UPI) -Premier 'Abdel Karim IKassem said Monday he still i's determined to annex the oil-rich sheikdom of Cuwait. In an . address to a roup of Iraqi army men here, <assem referred in Arab League 'orces stationed in. Kuwait as 'creations of (he West." DO NOT DISTURB OADBY, England CUPI) - Rob ert Holt, 13, will ride the bus to school for a while because of an impending blessed event. He switched transportation because a blackbird laid four eggs in a nest" it built on his bicycle seat. Warns of Radiation Dangers 'WASHINGTON (UPD-An almost certain death awaits the astronaut who flies for more than 24 hours in parts of the earth- circling Van Allen radiation belt. The warning about the lethal dangers of the wide ring of radiation came jfrnm its discoverer, Dr. James A. Van Allen, during a closed meeting of a House appropriations subcommittee. The testimony was made public today. The University of Iowa professor told the congressmen that radiation readings from highflying satellites indicated the part of lhe : belt stretching from 2,000 to about 40,000 miles above the earth was "uninhabitable." "Anyone flying in this innar region for as much as a day would very likely have a fatal dose of radiation in any present type spacecraft," he said^ Van Allen stressed, however, that the ring was not an absolute barrier to sending a team of space explorers to the moon. "I do not wish to leave the impression that the radiation bell constitutes a barrier in any absolute sense to extending our space flight capability and our space flight program," he- said Van Allen said men could travel to .the moon because they would spend "only a few hours in the intense radiation area and during that time trie cumulative dosage is not severe." Read the Want Ads! Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune Seven MISTER BREGER "There, but for you, go us . Plan Shrine Dinner Party A dinner party for the members of the Logansport Shrine club will be given by (he Shrine ladies at 6:.'!0 p.m. Friday in the club dining room. Afler-the baked ham dinner, the Fort Wayne Masquers will present an hour of musical and comedy entertainment, with Al Salts as master of ceremonies. A dance will follow the entertainment. Ladies in charge of the affair are Mrs. Mabel Bowman, Mrs. Florence DeHaven, Mrs. Margaret Coiner, Mrs. Goldie Chase, and Mrs. Margaret McCune. Men on Die committee are Jack Bowman, Clifford DeHaven, and Ben Pennington. Steel Orders Up NEW YORK (DPI) - Steel orders are showing slight improvement and mill officials were hopeful] today that demand would improve sufficiently to halt the shipping slide before it drops below 60 per cent of capacity. 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