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Fourteen Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Grand Jury Probes Slayings EVA'NSVILLE, .Ind. (UPD- Jimmy Ray Wilson, 29, an Air Force recruiting sergeant, is lodged in the Evansville City Jail today after being charged with preliminary first-degree murder Tuesday in the slaying of three persons, one of them his estranged wife. . Wilson is being held without bond for a grand jury investigation, probably about June 29 when the jury has been called in connection with another murder. '. He was charged with the shot- STATE QUOTAS WASHINGTON (UPD-Indiana has been allotted 1,085,55; acres for wheat in 1963. The state's 1962 allotment was 997,308 acres. Agriculture Secretary OrviUe Freeman Tuesday set the minimum national average price support for 1963 at $1.82 per bushel compared with the 1962 support rate of $2 per bushel. gun slayings Monday night.of his wife, Walda, 29, his father-in-law, Walter Stocky,. 49, and Ronald Burkhead, 29, with whom Mrs. Wilson, had .been keeping company. Wilson, also, threatened his : 9- year-old daughter, Cindy, , and. his .wife's mother, but spared 'both.. The shooting, began when Stocky ordered .Wilson off his-.property. Wilson, first shot..Stocky, then fired twice,at his wife as she was. coming out'the back door to'in- vestigate the first shot. Burkhead was killed with a-blast in the chest after he herded Mrs.'.Stocky and Wilson's daughter into the basement. Police still have not found the murder weapon. Mrs. Wilson had sued for divorce recently. Her brother, David Stocky, 1 told police Burkhead had been a friend of the family for many years and probably would have married his sister "if the divorce had gone through." Military officials said .Wilson was on leave from recruiting duty in the Detroit area, although he was attached to Chanute Field at Rantoul, 111. THAT'S GOOD ENOUGH REASON '. MDIANAPQLIS (tFPD-An Indianapolis electronics supply house has found out why its burglar alarm hasn't worked (or the past four days. 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NEW MEDAL ISSUED WASHINGTON (UPI)-The Defense Department said Tuesday that tens of thousands of servicemen would be eligible for a new campaign medal awarded for hazardous duty in the cold war. Designated the Armed Forces Expeditionary Itfedal, it will be given for 'service during certain periods in Berlin, Lebanon, Quemoy and Malsu, the Formosa Straits, the Congo, Laos and South Vietnam.^ Big Celebration SOll'IH BEND, Ind. UPD-A gala doi ible wedding celebration is going m here today at lh« MarlzV This ii the 69th wedding anni- versarj 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Martz ii nd Ihe silver wixlding an- niversa.! y of their son and da'ugh- (er-in-la v, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Martz. If cows CPU Id. ..tbeyd give MILNOT MILNOT'S Tested Recipe for June STRAWBERRY CREAM PIE • i'/i cups chilled MILNOT, 1% cups powdered sugar, 4 tablespoons lemon juice, 1 teaspoon alnund or.vanilla flavi:> ring 1 , ; 1.8-oz. package white cream chcess (Philadelphia, etc.), 1 #.2 can of Strawberry ready-to-eat pie filling, 1 10-inch baked pie shell. .Whip MILNOT until very stiff, gradually add sugar, then lemon juice and flavoring —beating continually. Cream cheese until fluffy, add to mixture, beat well; pour mixture into pie shell. Chill. Spoon the Strawberry filling over the top, cover completely, chill thoroughly (several hours) before serving. (Any instant fruit filling can be used, or your own favorite fruit glaze.) To add an additional tang, add V4 teaspoon grated lemort rind to the pastry before it is baked. 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