Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois on December 12, 1963 · Page 23
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December 12, 1963

Mt. Vernon Register-News from Mt Vernon, Illinois · Page 23

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 THE REGISTER-NEWS — MT. VERNON, ILLINOIS Back Dam, Big Lake On The Ambraw CHARLESTON, 111. (AIM — Support (or (lie proposed $34 million Lincoln Reservoir on the Embarrass River was pledged Tuesday night !>y Illinois' two senators and one from Indian-' 1 . Their endorsement w 11 K echoed by the 2,(X>0-member Wabash Valley Association and th* Ohio Valley Improvement Assoeiation at n public hearing. The hearing is the final sla^e planned before the Ijouisvillc, Ky., district Corps of Engineers submits its report on the project. Col. Willaixl Roper, district engineer, said a report would be submitted next month. Congressional authorization is needed before the \nke can bo put under construct ion. Roper told ' J.TTOQ persons nt Tuesday 's liearinc; that bis office has received 100 statements concerning the proposal. Most of these statements, he said, were from' individual landowners who object lo the lake. Sen. Paul Douglas, D-Ill., said in a telegram the Lincoln Reservoir formed by a dam one- third mile south of the Coles- Cumberland County line "could bring millions of dollars of benefits." Douglas said the project HI., also said by telegram the Embarrass River project is un important segment of the over- nil Wabash River basin development project. Flood damage in past years "is strong evidence the Embarrass River project should be completed as soon as possible," Ddrksen added. Sen. Birch Bayb, D-Ind., voiced by telegram his support for the reservoir, saying thai Indiana would share in its benefits. John Allen, executive vice president of Ihe Ohio Valley Improvement Association, said, "We are pleased this reservoir Is multi -purpose and are happy that it represents views of federal agencies." Army engineers repealed assurance that the water supply of Charleston, which would he cut off by flooding to form the |>ew lake, would be replaced by HOWES FOR Pass Bill For College Buildings By Associated JOK HALL Press Staff Writer Ovftldt Entrant* To Baiement 13'- 8' 1 BEDROOM BEDROOM ri 1 I 3'-6" XI 0'- O" IO'-6 "x 10-0" HA 3/7 6 LIVING ROOM l3-6"x2l'-0" rireplaef FUTURE GARAGE{1 I2-I0"X2I'-4" lj 1 U 11 11 1 1 a 1 their facilities sharply to help meet the doubling of enrollments, expected to reach 7 million by 1970. The three-year measure authorizes annually $180 million in grants lo four-year colleges, $12(1 million in loans for the same instiiulions, $50 million in grants for public junior colleges, and $25 million the first year plus $60 million each the second and third for grants to graduate schools. The programs would be on a matching basis. The grants would be limited to buildings to be used for instruction of research in the natural and physical sciences, engineering, mathematics and modern foreign languages, and for libraries. These restrictions were written in because many legislators felt that across-the-board grants were unconstitutional under the First Amendment to the Constitution prohibit Congress from making any law respecting an establishment of religion. < Supporting the college aid bill were 37 Democrats and 17 Republicans, while 17 Democrat and 10 Republican voted no. Norse discoveries in North America are the first, recorder! contacts of the white race with this continent. WASHINGTON <AP) - The Senate has sent to President Johnson the Jl.L'-billion college construction aid bill — hailed j by its supporters as the most I Important measure of its kind in a century. Democratic leaders said jubilantly after the ."Vl-27 vote that they looked to education as the brightest feature on the record of the 1963 session of Congress. They said the college measure would be followed, perhaps late this week, by a $1.56-billion vocational education bill on which Senate-House conferees reached final agreement Tuesday. And they pointed to the $231- million medical education bill, carrying funds to build new medical and dental schools and to make loans to students in these fields, signed Sept. 24 by the late President Kennedy. ! Under the college bill, the na- 1 tion's 2,100 private and public colleges would be eligible for aid to help in building classrooms, laboratories and libraries. However, priority would go to those making pliins to expand GRAND OPENING RICHARDSON'S ACE GROCERY Rive, Illinois Friday and Saturday, Dec. 13 and 14 FREE - 10 Baskets of Groceries (No Purchase Necessary) Coffee, Cokes and Donuts SPECIALS BOTH DAYS ENTRY ri COMPACT HOUSE, with lew square footage — 1,272 square feet • able features, such as a living room fireplace and two baths. HA317G is built of brick veneer on wood construction with some There is a full basement under the house and it has an asphalt 358 E. Chicago St., Elgin, III., is architect. - still contains many desira- Homes for Americans Plan vertical siding on the front. shingle roof. Elmer Gylleck, facilities not Inferior to existing long, facilities. I Ma.|. At seasonal pool stage, the reservoir would cover 6,6(10 acres in Coles and Douglas counties and would be 34 miles Kennety E. Mclntyre, deputy district engineer, said the reservoir would have substantially reduced flood damage I in past years. 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