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Thursday Evening, June 28,1962. THY f L< h Check $18 Million I • T T" * * Loan To Tunisia WASHINGTON (UPI) - Gov-lof water at far-less cost was not ernment auditors said today the!fully explored. United States made an $18 million loan to Tunisia for a dam and an irrigation system despite the "serious reservations" of a U.S. engineer regarding the efficiency of the project. The General Accounting Office (GAO), which acts as a congressional watchdog on government spending, said also that the feasibility of using another source Flora Woman Faces Forgery Charges FLORA—Mrs. Donna Eldridge, Flora, is charged with three counts of forgery in an affidavit filed in the Tippecanoe circuit court by Prosecutor George Hanna. She Js charged with passing a $30 check on May 28 'at a Lafayette store and checks of $40 on Mav 31 and on June 11 at a Lafayette supermarket. MERGE TALKS BY LUTHERANS DETROIT (UPI) - Delegates representing about 3.2 million Lutherans of four denominations began formal merger proceedings today that will result in the formation of the Lutheran Church in America. The merger joins the American Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Augustana Lutheran Church, the United Lutheran Church in America and the Finnish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Suomi Synod). Cut Trovel Taxes WASHINGTON (UPI) - Congress approved and sent to the While House Wednesday a bill culling travel laxes on Nov. 15. The bill also extended for another year about $4 billion. in ' federal The loan was .approved by the Development Loan Fund in 1960. The GAO said Tunisia' had been asked to postponed construction of the dam until the avilability of underground water was fully explored. • But Tunisia rejected the proposal because it would take several years and "because it, was irrevocably committed to its people to construct the dam." The project will irrigate about 14,000 acres of land and also provide water for the city of Sousse. A report to Congress on the matter said the American engineer who looked at the project believed the storage reservoir would be "extremely inefficient, that sedimentation problems of the dam would be a serious threat to the success of the project, and that the distance from the storage site to the land to be irrigated, as much as 90 miles, was excessive.'" Other congressional news: Schools — A batch of proposed constitutional amendments to overturn the Supreme Court ruling against prayers in school have been set aside by the House. There is liltle prospect they would be acle'I upon. Backers of Presidenl Kennedy's college con- slruction bill also feared repercussions againsl the legislation stemming from the court ruling. Roslow — Senate Democrats indicated they might try to make public testimony from State De- partmenl Counselor Walt W. Rostow given Tuesday in a brush with Republicans. Sen. J o h n Sparkman, D-Ala., said he saw no reason why Hostow's testimony at a closed session of the Senate COMMENDATION—Specialist Fifth Class Robert A. Henley, 24, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Allen L. Henley, of rural route 4, Winamac, receives congratulations, a letter of commendation and a $10.00 check from his company commander, Cant, Kenneth N. Grecian', Jr., during recent ceremonies at Camp Zama, Japan. He was elected "ASA Soldier of the Month far May for his superior performance of duties, high standard of conduct and outstanding personal appearance." (U. S. Army Photo.) excise and corporate taxes. [Foreign Relations Committee The measure eliminates the 10 could not be released if it was per cent lax on train and bus fares and reduces to 5 per cent the lax on airline tickets. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION 811 STATE OFFICE BUILDING INDIANAPOLIS I.KGA1, JTOTICK OH 1 I'lJUI.IC HEARING NoLlce IH hereby jjlven tha.t the Local Alcoholic Beverage Boiu-d or Cass County, Indiana, will, at in a.m. on the 16 day of July 1962, at the North Court Room Court House, in the City ol. Lo- fi'iinsport, Indiana In salt! County, besiii investigation ot the applications ot the following- named persons, requesting the issue to the applicants, at the locations hereinafter set out, of the Alcoholic ' Bevornffe Permits of -the classes hereinafter designated and -will, at said time and place, receive information .-concerning the fitness oi! said applicants, find the propriety o£ issuine the permits applied for to such applicants at the Dremiaes named: Steve K. Parkevlch (P^estaurant) Beer, Liquor. & W|ne Retail- firs, 21!) S. Sixth, Logansport, Indiana Dale 1C. Miller & Charles R. Kholty (Restaurant) Beer, LI- riuor, £ Wine Retailers, 2i!»- 223 Fourth, LoKansport, Indl- R na Dale E. Miller (Restaurant) TRANSFER Beer. Liquor, & Wine Retailers permit from Dale E. Miller & Charles R. Sholty, 219-223 Fourth St., J,o- Kansport. Indiana SAID INVESTIGATION WILL BE OPKN TO THE PUBLIC. AND PUBLIC PARTICIPATION IS REQUESTED. INDIANA ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMMISSION By W. F. CONDON Executive Secretary JOE!' A. HARRIS Chairman edited first for security protection. AM A to Check Smoking-Cancer CHICAGO (UPI) - The American Medical Association will launch an "extremely difficult" talent hunt,,for "impartial" persons to evaluate evidence of possible links between smoking and cancer. Dr. William Spring Jr.. cigar smoking secretary of the AMA council on drugs, said the organization hopes lo name a commil- tee of three to five persons to "analyze and critique" the information available. He said the commitlee members need not be physicians but must be persons familiar with analysis and survey techniques. "It is difficult lo find a committee of reasonably open heads in this extremely emotional area," EARNINGS DECLINE NEW YOBK-Earnings of General Mills for the fiscal year ended May 31 declined to $1.25 a share from $1.63 in the preceding year. Republic Aviation Corp. won two. Air Force contracts totaling $144 million for continued production of jet aircraft. General Tire and Rubber Co. reported record sales and second highest earnings for the first half of the year. Phone, Write or Stop in and sea WAYNE CAlSSEl PHONE 6/116 FREE Budget- Counseling Service LOCAl FINANCE 318 4th St. Logansport, Ind. COMPARE OUR DIAMOND VALUES! REMEMBER-MOKEY SAVE" IS MONEY EARNED FERNBAUGH'S B^ y "Famous For Quality Diamonds" ******* THIS WEEK'S ******* WINNERS IN THE . s «),000 „ WORLD of CASH SWEEPSTAKES 1st Prize of $1,000 2nd Prize of $500.00 Logansport, Indiana, Pharos-Tribune 'Steven Congressional 'Action 1 DispjeasesJFK WASHINGTON (UPI) -The shadow of a sluggish Congress fell- sharply across" Ihe White House today and President Kennedy was openly displeased by the picture. . • He made his feelings abundantly clear at a wide-ranging news conference Wednesday in which he said "the Democrats have to do better" in putting across legislation which he considers vital. Speaking specifically tit far m legislation" and tax revision, Kennedy said bills of bhis type must pass air this session "or otherwise we will begin to lose-control of our management.of our economy, our governmental fi- and of nances." His news conference remarks mirrored the. Chief Executive's growing restiveness about slow congressional action on or defeat of some of his'~key legislation. He was more explicit than he has been in.recent public statements. As delicately as possible, he seemed to be lighting small fires under his own Democratic leadership on.Capitol Hill; , In addition to urging his own party "to,do better," .the President also reminded Republicans in Congress that for years Democrats supported the Eisenhower administration on important legislation. He particularly asked GOP support for, the foreign trade bill which faces a showdown vote Castro Topic Due In Trip To Mexico WASHINGTON (UPI) — President Kennedy leaves Friday for Mexico on a .visit that should be a social success but one that is bound to involve some .sensitive talk about Fidel Castro. Kennedy will, take time off from a round of social and ceremonial functions to sit down for tough diplomatic talks with Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos., Cuba's position in hemispheric affairs is certain to be one of .the main topics of discussion during the three-day visit. Lopez Mateos does not agree with the United States that Cuba is munist: domination. under Corn- in the House today. Kennedy was frank to admit (hat much of his legislative program is far behind schedule in a Congress controlled by his party, but he noted somewhat philosophically that some Democrats have voted with Republicans for 25 years. "That makes it very difficult to secure the enactment of any controversial legislation," he told .reporters. The President said "there is no sense in the Congress going home without taking action on a whole variety of steps which will strengthen our country and our economy." While the legislative picture currently is depressing from an administration x viewpoint, the President has won final passage of several important measures this year. Among the signed, sealed and delivered items from the Kennedy priority list have been en- right to consider ikelf the leader jlargement of the Peace Corps; a of a whole hemisphere." He has three-year $435 million retraining described his foreign policy as being "independent but not neutralist." Kennedy said in his news conference Wednesday that he thought the visit was "extremely important." Recent travelers from Mexico City say the Mexicans are tremendously "excited" about the forthcoming visit. One said the President will get "a butler re- program for displaced workers; a compulsory disclosure law for administrators of company and union pension and welfare plans; a five-year $32 million educational television plan and continuance for another year of corporate and some excise lax rates boosted to present levels during the Korean War. The list of pending major bills is much longer, however. A quick cepUon there than he has gotten look at their status: anywhere in the world." Trade — Authority to cut and Some two million Mexicans are in some cases abolish import du- expected to line the 10-mile mo-|lies, in return fcir comparable He also said .recently that 'nojtorcade route from the airport to • concessions abroad; approved by slate, "large or small, has Lhej-the capital. | committee and facing a crucial vote irii the House today, with the outconje uncertain. Medifcal Care For Aged — Hospital ind nursing home benefits, under ! Social Security program; House Ways & Means Committee won't buy this; Senate may get a crack 'at modified p^an later this week; ifinal enactment highly unlikely. '• Foreign Aid — Another installment (if almost ?5 billion in military .iind economic .assistance; Senate has acted favorably; House action week after next. •U. ilii Bonds — Authority for President to lend the United Nations lip to $100 million; Senate has aj:j>roved this; hearings started in :he House. College Aid — Construction as- sistantf for private and publicly operal'iid colleges; differing bills have fiassed House and Senate; efforta to compromise complicated by Supreme Court ruling against prayer in public schools. Farrui — Price supports for major grain crops, in return for sharp cutbacks in acreage; killed ]>y the House after the Senate approved it. Efforts to revive some (if the support program now in progress. Tax: Revision — Incentives for plant investment, plus withholding o'l taxes on dividends and interest; passed by the House; action lielayed in Senate Finance Comni ittee," with outlook uncertain. Potst.il Rates — To increase ordinary mail rates one cent, and boost rates on magazines and advertising matter, Passed by (lie House still in Senale Post Office Committee. 57 3rd Prizes of $25.00 $25.00 Winners of the third week's drawing June 22, 1962 Betty Burkhart Edith Cage John Loman Mrs. A. F. Drompp Mrs. Raymond Delano R.R.I R. R. 1 114 W. Roselawn' 715 Aldridge Dr. Twelve Mile, Ind. Sharpsville, Ind. Bringhurst, Ind. Logansport, Ind. Kokomo, Ind. $5.00 Winners of the third week's drawing June 22, 1962 Lelan R. Johnson James Nickens Mrs. George Pendergrass Mrs. Edward Pursck R. R. 2 210 W. Eighth Street 1609 N. Webster Street 940 Erie Avenue Greenlown, Ind. Peru, Ind. Kokomo, Ind. Logansport, Ind. 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