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Jennings Daily News (Newspaper) - May 22, 1967, Jennings, Louisiana WHATS THE WORD ty NEIL WOOLLEY QUESTION HOW WEU DO YOU THINK THE JOHNSON AD MINISTRATION IS HANDLING THE WAR IN VIETNAM Douglas Enaland Air Farce Baae I MfliaV wnwi fifv weiy mv pratant adminhttratian handling the war in Viat AftynRte wrtWfJOWl IS threatanad anywhera in the wa have mponsibi llty te halp thata who are vnaMa ft htlp Taylor Lftlct Ariliui CMffc I aaraa wMi MM way handlinf the war hi Viet Viatnant la he We cant pull out Allen Pousson businattman 5th Street I agree with tha r a 8 a n t administrations handling of tha war in Viet samathing dtfferant could ba but how do wo know how wall it would work out BOX 80 66 i COLE AVENUE CO Vobmt 74 Single copy price lOc doily 1967 Member United rVttt InternotiefMl Garrison says five Cubans killed By WILLIAM CARNEY United Prest International NEW ORLEANS UPI Jim Garrison said Sunday night that a group of five antiCastro and not Lee Harvey killed President Garrison said the Central Intelligence Agency knew Oswald did not kill Kennedy and they were doing all they could to stop the investiga The district attorney said the CIA was more powerful than was the Gestapo in Nazi Ger Garrison made his statements in a televised interview for He said Oswald did not even touch a the day Kennedy was In another development in the attorney Dean a former assistant in neighboring Jefferson was scheduled to go be fore Criminal District Judge Frank Shea this morning in an effort to quash a perjury indict ment brought against him by the Orleans Parish Grand The alleged perjury apparently arose from Andrews refusal to identify Clay Shaw as Clay a man Andrews says called him shortly after the as saasination and asked him to represent Garrison maintains Shaw is the former managing director of the New Orleans International Trade been indicted for con spiring with Oswald and others to kffl Meanwhile in an at torney for the late Jack Rubys family said Sunday that Garri sons investigation is trumped Alan Adelson said Garrison told him io Orleans that and Ruby were aU the I know for a fact ttiat Jack Ruby never met or knew Os wald or Adelson and I can prove it in a court of lawj Adelaon said he would offer his help to Shaw and his attor Garrison told me he has an eyewitness who saw Oswald and Ruby together in New but if hes anything like the rest of Garrisons hes got to be paid or just dont Adelson also said tie Is writing a book about Ruby and his connection with Ken nedys He says it will back the findings of the Warren Garrison said in the interview that the antiCastro Cubans in volved in the assassination were reacting to Kennedys handling of the Bay of Pigs The district attorney said the CIA could give him the of every Cuban involved in the assassination in 60 minutes if they wanted Garrison said the CIA was not worried about but about its own power and pos sibly the nations He said the CIA said as for the kid thats just one of those Garrison said the Cubans in volved were located both be hind the wall at Dealey Plaza in Dallas and on the grassy Itek a private said last week it had studied films of the assassina tion and determined that there was no gunman on the iwald Shootingjof Novel estigation under By United IntarMtianal NASHVILLE UPI Tennessee authorities are inves tigating a shooting which took place early Sunday morning in Nashville and allegedly involved former New owner Gordon Orleans lounge an elu sive witness in New Orleans Jim Garrisons Ken nedy assassination investiga Trophy recipients honored at Elton assembly program Six scholas tic trophies and various other outstanding awards were pre sented to selected recipients dur ing an assembly program at Elton High School Irby was in charge of the The scholastic trophies were presented to top ranking stu dents by their teachers as fol lows Commerce Mona Gil by Miss Barbara Hollier Home Economics Jacquelyn Jackie by Ra chel Trahan Mathematics Jcckie by Louise McClelland Chemistry Sha ron Bitsy by Wayne Cooper Social Studies Bit sy by Gladys Babo vec and English Bitsy At by Mrtf Barbara Langley services were held Saturday Funeral ser vices for Modes were held Saturday at 10 from Our Lady of Seven Dolors Catholic Chuch in The Jules Daigle officiated at the Burial followed in the Welsh Catholic Cemetery with Segura Funeral Home of Jennings in charge of Langley died Friday at in the Welsh General She was born March in Jeff Davis She was a resident of 403 East Adam at time of death and was a lifelong member of the com Survivors include two bro Rene Gary of Lake Char les and Gary of Jennings one Oliver Cormier of Lacassine one grandchild six greatgrandchildren and one Donors of the trophies were Erwiri Leo Anthony Stroud and The Citizen of the Year sponsored by the Elton High School student was pre sented to Trudy Jenkins by the sponsor of the Jackie Jenkins was the red ient of the Betty Crocker award and the Future Homemaker aj America Girl of the Year with Trahan making both Trahan alto presented the Freshman Girt f Gary news director of radiejttation WKDA in Nash sjrfd he and Novel were workihgpt the station late Sat urday lght and they went to EdwardB apartment when they He said as he parked the news van behind his apart a shot rang According to Novel My someones at rds said a second shot rough the shat the glass into Edwards Is fowled over opening try Twa presented me r resnman uiri of the Year award to Joan Paulette Le Jeune and both seventh were r thwarted ta ta their at Derrick ta Bill and FUyd LaFlawr Have vnawe ta raach an a wHh AMP Bawl Nl At he fhtra na fiMfar any plaM ta sctec basis of citizenship and achieve The awards were pre sented by Stewart of Louise Beta Club presented a cer tificate to Patrick Doise for having stright As during the entire school and certifi cates for A averages for the year to Daniel She lia Richard Terry dy Theresa Ro derick Use Bitsy Allen and Jackie Jennings student will graduate at Southeastern A local stu dent will be a candidate for gra duation at Southeastern Louisi ana College May 27 when the school holds com mencement exercises at in the school Fred son of and Andrew Gary of 812 4th will receive a Bachelor of Arts He will be among 611 record number who will re ceive workshop announced Plans for the upcoming annual workshop of the Department of Commerce and Industry were discussed at Fridays Association of Com merce board The rescheduled for June 7 at the Zigler will include representatives from surrounding including police juries and school boards from at least five The meeting was originally slated for April but was post poned due to conflicts with the Lake Charles Centennial celebra Just one day prior to the work the annual farm tour is scheduled to take This annual event recognizes the Jeff Davis Farmer of the Also at Fridays board meet Harold Sabatier spoke to the board on prospects and plans for hospitals of the face and nicking Novel on tltc right At this Edwards Novel My theyve got Dick program tor of WKDA said the two men then borrowed a friends car and fled the They report edly received minor medical treatment in Ken tucky and then continue on to where Novel now Edwards had planned to re lease some tape recordings to day he will seri ously damage Garrisons inves Novel and Edwards were re portedly working on the tapes Saturday prior to the The belonging to allegedly contain state ments by several figures in volvcd in the Garrison including John McKeithen of Louisiana and Garrison him self Nashville police said they in vestigated the shooting and found two bullet holes in the news van which were of large possibly caliber Man charged here with simple battery A old Jennings man is in city jail charged with simple bat tery on a He is Eddie Utz of 405 The incident reportedly oc curred at a downtown movie theatre wlicre the minor was working as an Bond has been set at Two cars collide police report in damage Damage estimates totaling were reported by city result ing from a twocar collision here over the According to a GO se dan driven by Jimmy Ryder of 309 8th Lake Arthur collided with another 60 mode sedan driven by Henry of 602 The accident occurcd at the intersection of Lake Arthur and Police have with failing to charged Hanks stop for a red Aetor r BILL BEAftDIN the teat Actert Award Aram speech taachar Barry at the annual awarda day af award It apantarad by Tha Jannlnai Daily Saa ralatad ttary and pkturat Maw Jennings cadeflo receive Air Force ROTC award Cadet Wai tor Arnetle son of and Walter Arnette et 421 Fifth has been selected to be awarded an Air Force ROTC Financial As sistance Grant at Louisiana State The announcement of his se lection was made by Donald Commandant of Air Universitys Air Force The grunt will be effective with the beginning of the fall term provided the selective con tinues to remain fully Cadet Arnette was among MM thirdyear grant selectees from 153 of the nations leading col leges and The ma jority of grants were awarded to cadets entering the third year of the fouryear Air Force ROTC a few grants were announced for highly qual ifiod fouryear tfacii We full laboratory expens incidental and an al lowance for In addi the recipients receive per month during the tenure of the Criteria for selection included a cumulative grade average of at least on a high scores on the Air Force Officer medical and high personal and moral Consideration was also given to each cadets academic ma jor and To some the grants were award ed to cadets with skills and ab ilities needed by the Air The LSU Grant Committee was appointed by Colonel Carl Weinmeister the Profes sor of Aeorspace Studies and Hilton Watson flys to Mexico for job Hilton Wat sonof Watson Electric is flying to Mexico today to act as installation consultant on a electrical He is expected to be working in the Yucatan peninsula for the next several the senior Air Force The Committee composed of LSU anil Air Force staff Nomin ations were then submitted the committee and final selec tion of recipients was made a Centra Board at Air ROTC MEDICAL patients admitted the Jennings American LegKHt Hospital over the weekend were Alice Fuselier and Grace Caa both of Elton Eddie Pokum and Edward of Welsh Myrtis U dan Zeno Evjmgehne Georgie and Adeline both of Lake Arthur Elia Mermentau and Lau rie Philemon Eva Feli and Delphine at ONE SURGICAL patient admit ted to the Jennings American Legion Hospital over the week end was Elaine Bendily of Jen A GIRL was born to and Cormier of Jcnriingd at the Jennings American Le gion Hospital over the PATIENTS admitted to the Welsh General Hospital over the weekend were Maria DruS Victoru Felicia Mitchell and Paul all of Welsh Barbara Holland and Bertha both oTTTay es Lorena Lake Charles Miss Jacqueline Hart well and Christoplwr Bell A BOY was born to and John Miller of Welsh at he Welsh General Hospital ov er the f dant Ifca the way tMNMMH 4NevnsnVvVji WMJN la hiadKm the war to UM Iff HflNM were Im sure tha war Albert Loeschman IB minUter Vet I Wa have iuiliaili I think per feape we be dalng hat tor to The Jen HighSchool annual Sen lorAwarde Day was held in the high school auditorium Friday gajlon of the graduating class ami ofw students who showed outrtaadipg advancement In variom fields were honored with plaejuej and lit and teaon are as follows Annual Jam aj Carter Annual edi tore Pam Hebert and Con business mana fan Flo Arceneaux and JUada Hanks a wards to Steve spon sored by Advance Business Machines Office to Phyllis sponsored by CaTcaiieu Marine National Majoric spon sored by Jefferson Davis Bank sponsor ed by Advanced Business Ma chines Press bio advertising mana ger Mary Frances Honor thesptans were fol lows Outatandinf Bre nda Manual Boy David by Mi guez Funeral Best Girl Biviwia spoil Frank Wast FuroNurj s High seniors cited at Awards Day Best Bill spon sored by fht Jennings Daily Beit Co n n i e sponsored by aid Chevrolet Speech Brenda sponsored by Roe Oldsmobile Backstage a Karl sponsored by Radio station Other class awards were as follows Bell Science Bruce sponsored by South ern Bell Telephone Mathe Gary spon sored by Gulf States Utilities English Flo and David spognored by Jennings High School Mary Frances sponsored by The Zigler Founda tion Home Pat Le Blanc and Pat spon sored by United Gas Vo cal Tommy and Juanita Deaville both sponsored by The Zigler Founda tion John Phillips Souse Band Special club awards given were Safety Duryl FTA Flo Arceneaux Li brary wllla DAR Ann Sports awards were as fol lows Qiils basketball Sport ChrJitine Hudson Rita Rutledge Pep squad Sharon Da vis Senior Sandy Betty Ann and Linda Also Boys Ronnie sponsored by Capital City Hardware and Track Out standing Johnny A sponsored by Hebert and LeBleu Outstanduig David sponsored Lynns Drug The following students were presented medals for placing in the USL High School Literary Rally Connie Eitgten pro nunciation Steve Book keeping Gary Bio logy Shelia Frendi Elaine Home Econo mics Bill Speech and Interpretative reading Mary Frances Ecjfteft f Nancy English MI Donald World Susan English H David Johnny Phil and Tammy Stock At the end of tho valedictorian and sak tatorian awards were given ta David Marcantel arid Bruca Lea Ban Science Awaru Batty Ann Hoag DAR award OirU
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