Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on June 21, 1962 · Page 10
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 10

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, June 21, 1962
Page 10
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Ten Logansport, Indiana Pharos-Tribune Still Optimistic About Lake Port WASHINGTON (UPD-Despite an unfavorable report, from the Interior Department, members of the Indiana congressional delegation were optimistic today about the chances for a deepwater .port on Lake Michigan at Burns Ditch, Ind. Much of the optimism stemmed from the fact that the report, presented Wednesday to the Array Corps of Engineers, was turned in a month ahead of schedule. The Hoosiers said the promptness made it possible for action on the port project before the end of the current congressional session. Classify 45 Youths 1-A Forty-five more Cass county youths have been classified 1-A, available for military service, by the Cass County Selective Service Board, according to Mrs. Bernice Hawthorne, clerk. They are: Max Stamper, George Dibble, Donald Baker, Timothy Cronin, 'Arthur Freed, . Jerry Swank, Joseph Pear, Frederick Roark, Edward Maple, Edwin Million, Larry Butcher, John Gray, Jr., Thomas Shaver, Stephen Deaver, Billy Robbins, Charles Lane, Honald Davis, Kobert McBride, Jack Warner J. Stanley Hillis. GEORGE NAFTZGER, Byran Graham, Betty Mize, William Martin, Dennis Emery, William Burk, Dale Downs, Virgil Day, Edward Underly, William Wagoner, Donald Nelson, Vincent Loner, James Rogers, Dennis Winegardner. Herbert Ruark, James Dingeldein, John Dunn, Jr., Howard Turnpaugh,. Donald Brown, Robert Berkshire, Jr.; Richard Conrad, Edward Manning, Teddie Ranee, James Martin, and Thomas Gaby. Nineteen other registrants were classified 5-A, six were classified 4-A, eight 1-C enlisted, and nine were given other classifications. The.report, signed by Interior Secretary Stewart Udall, said that the department felt that emphasis in the Burns Ditch area should be on conservation and recreation ratherthan industrial expansion.' The report was the" second submitted to the Army in- the past week. A report from the U.S. Public Health Service last week was favorable to establishment of the port. The Corps of Engineers, which already has approved the port as economically feasible, will turn the two reports over to the Bureau of the Budget which, in turn, will make a recommendation to Congress regarding fedora] participation in the project. The bureau's action is expected to take two or three weeks. A spokesman for the bureau declined to predict what action the bureau will take on the project and said the White House will be consulted before any recommendation is made to Congress. The spokesman called the issue "a tough nut—one of tile most controversial projects." A bill by Sen. Paul H. Douglas, Mil., to establish a national park in the area where Indiana officials hope to build the port is still pending before Congress." Sen. Allen Bible, D-Wev., chairman of the Senate subcommittee studying 'both the Douglas meas ure and the port bill, said Wednesday there would be no tion on the bills pending receipt of a recommendation from the Budget Bureau. EXPERIENCING DEFLATION ARTESIA, N. M. (UPI) —Artesia is experiencing deflation. Price wars have cut gasoline prices to 24 cents a gallon anc hambergs to eight for $1. FORMER CHAIRMAN DIES TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (UPI)— John H.. White, 55, Newport, former Vermillion County Republican chairman, died at a hospital here Wednesday. White was a securi ties investigator for the Indiana secretary of state. ScWffs Womens and Girls SANDALS TENNIS OXFORDS Womens and Childrens All Sizes Children's Barefoot SANDALS Sizes SVi to 3 Men's and Boys TENNIS OXFORDS $2" and $3.99 404 East'Broadway Thursday Evening, June 21,1962. ANTISEPTICS 98c PEPSODEN1 ANTISEPTIC, 14 oi.,89c 98c LAVORIS MOUIHWASH, 17 01., >9c (Sharp-Dohme). 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