Moments in Time, June 13

Compiled by Mary Hedge, LaPorte County Public Library

June 13, 1918 — Eight million American soldiers in France will be needed to secure complete victory over Germany.

June 13, 1968 — Keim’s Buffet Restaurant across from the courthouse has all-you-can-eat lake perch every Friday night for $1.25.

June 13, 1993 — President Clinton picks Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg for his first Supreme Court appointment.

June 13, 2008 — LaPorte swimmer Jaclyn Luscomb is headed to the University of Indianapolis, where she has been awarded a scholarship.

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