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Pacific Stars And Stripes (Newspaper) - December 14, 1982, Tokyo, JapanTuesday december 14, 1982 Pacific stars and stripes 11 in Reward Money. Majczek s father Joe had been reported missing on july 30, 1975. He disappeared convicted of Lundy s murder in 1933 and sen from the Machus red Fox restaurant in Bloom tended to 99 years in prison. Field township mich., where he had gone for a time Majczek s and resulted in a newspaper business meeting investigation that proved Joe Majczek was innocent and won him Pardon in 1945. James Majczek 32, an electrical Engineer from suburban rolling Meadows said he probably would not have been born if his father was not freed from prison. The recent and he said was just something had to do. It was a Long shot a try for a second Miracle something that would Clear the Case once and for but even if the recent and should help find Lundy s killer Joe Majczek now 73, probably would not understand. He is confined to a mental lost his mind after an Accident about three years ago in which a speeding motorcyclist struck dad s car and was killed said the son. Schools expelling cyanide in labs Chicago a one City school and 12 inthe suburbs have rid their science laboratories of cyanide the deadly Poison that killed seven people who took contaminated extra strength tylenol chemistry people were very concerned that no one would be Able to pick it up Here an copy the other crimes said Alfred Hecht Dean of mathematics and science at Moraine Valley Community College in Palos said his school found a Small vial of cyanide and gave it to the Chicago Tribune said it found the 13 schools by was used Many years ago in school labs to kill animals and insects and to Analyse the molecular Structure of Silver and Lead. It is still used in schools offering advanced chemical courses. Creature has persisted despite sons of that presume Day includes the most recent Eon in which the burrowing mammal has had to contend with paved highways and roaring car Sand trucks. Author James Michener who is writing a Booton Texas that includes mention of armadillos sent a special greeting to the party it is especially fitting to declare this Day armadillo safety Day in View of the number of the beasts who May be on the roads trying to get to the no More religious lyrics Houston a officials agreed to remove religious references from a High school song aftera private meeting with the Federal judge who declared the lyrics unconstitutional last . District judge John Singleton said he called the meeting with administrators of Aldin Ehigh school after learning the school had made no Effort to comply with his order that the words tothe song be removed from a Wall and that the song no longer be used agreed to remove dear god and in Jesus name we Pray from the song Singleton said. When they do it s no longer a � Arizona a Penny for his thoughts Phoenix Ariz. A truck Driver her Mcdaniel became a victim of his own Cash n , 54, with the help of two other taxpayers dragged two plastic buckets full of More than 41,000 pennies up the Steps to the internal Revenue service offices to protest alleged irs mistreatment in its efforts to collect $410.59 in Back he emerged from the office with the coins still in Tow after being told that Federal agencies need not accept pennies or Nickels for debts exceeding 25 cents or Silver coins of less than Dollar for debts exceeding $10. I m going to have to eat these Mcdaniel said his dispute with the irs entered on moving expenses and his Contention that he could claim a deduction for his former common Law wife and her two Whitaker of the irs said the irs also had placed a Lien on Mcdaniel s property in 1981based on taxes in arrears of $4,759. Whitaker said the Lien had t been released meaning the full amount still has t been paid. The Midwest Illinois and seeks a second Miracle Chicago up Reward negotiable for the killers of officer Lundy on dec. 9, 1932. 934-4560 6 . Till 10 .," said the classified and in the Chicago Reward notice has not produced any fresh leads in solving the 50-year-old murder Case of police officer William Lundy. But James Majczek who paid for the and is hoping for a second is living proof of a Miracle produced by the first and which appeared in the old chicag times oct. 10, 1944 and was the basis for the movie Call Northside 777."it was paid for by his Mother Tillie who worked 11 years As a scrub woman to save $5,000 Minnesota Peggy seeks Reagan s help Blooming Prairie Minn. Up Pegg Pogones 13, has taken her Case to the top asking president Reagan to help her get he Bambi Back because it is against the Law to keep a pet Deer in Minnesota. I thought i was living in America not Russia she wrote to the president on nov. 24, after a game Warden took the 60-Pound Doe away from the Pogones farm and gave it to a Park. Peggy s father Lovirn said no response has come from the president. Peggy wrote to Reagan i need your help. Thought i was doing the right thing by saving a baby Fawn from dying. We Are saving wildlife every Day of our life. Now the game Warden took my Bambi away. I m fighting to get her said she found Bambi last summer in a weak condition. The Fawn slept in her room an she fed it through summer nights. I m really actually her Mother she would t be Happy with any other Deer or people. The Only place she would be Happy is conservation officer Gary Westby said he too the Deer after a neighbor complained that the Pogones family kept a Deer in their Dairy barn Asa pet. Keeping it in the barn from Spring to fall in my idea of a healthy natural place for its existence Westby said. Deer Are wild should be Michigan Hoffa declared legally dead Detroit up former teamster presi Dent James r. Hoffa has been declared legally dead seven years and four months after he disappeared from a suburban restaurant. One of the largest manhunt in history failed to turn up any Trace of Hoffa s whereabouts. Investigators have no witnesses no indictments and no body though the Fri said it still expects to solve the mystery of the former teamster Boss county probate judge Norman r. Barnard declared Hoffa officially dead As of july30, 1982 precisely seven years after his disappearance. Hoffa s son and daughter we renamed official heirs to his $1.2 million estate officials has not been heard from since he was the South Florida House devoted to Christmas Brooksville Fla. A Margare ghiotto never gets tired of Christmas even after spending every Day surrounded by tinsel ornaments dolls and dozens of Snow flocked does t feel like Christmas until i go Home and Start to decorate my House said Rogers Christmas House a five building Complex containing More than 100,000 Holiday items ranging in Price from 50 cents to $3,000, is a Stop for bus Tours through Central year 250,000 people came to see the Trees woodcarvings and 18th-Century dolls. Thanksgiving weekend Drew 5,000 visitors the biggest crowd yet. And we re still in a coma said place is unbelievable said Polly Wagner a Retiree from Daytona Beach making her first visit. If you Don t have the spirit of Christmas it will give it to chemical drip causes scare Palm Bay Fla. Up Drums of explosive fuel in route to the Kennedy space Center began dripping in a truck prompting authorities to Send 12 people to a Hospital for examination and to order the evacuation of nearby Homes. Those taken to the Hospital were found to be unharmed and the evacuees were soon allowed to trucker reported the incident As a leak of anhydrous hydrazine but after an investigation officials determined there was no leak. It was a false alarm said Rick Torpy spokesman for Palm Bay police. It was just condensation. The Drums were sweating an that s what leaked onto the floor of the anhydrous hydrazine is explosive and can cause severe skin Burns. The vapor can cause Eye irritation and respiratory problems if inhaled. Virginia Westmoreland loses on venue Richmond a. A a Federal appeals court has dismissed an Appeal from retired Gen. William Westmoreland who sought to Block the Transfer of his $120 million libel suit against the Columbia broadcasting system from South Caro Lina to new York. The 4th . Circuit court of appeals issued Aone paragraph opinion saying it did not have jurisdiction Over District judge Ross Anderson decision to move the trial. Anderson ordered the Case transferred to the Southern District of new York on nov. 18, citing the convenience of the defendants and the expense of having them travel to Greenville . The 68-year-old former army officer filed suit sept. 13, contending that a lbs documentary the uncounted enemy a Vietnam deception lib eled him by depicting him As part of a conspiracy to falsify enemy troop strengths i Vietnam. Lbs has said Westmoreland s suit violates the network s first amendment rights to free speech

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