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   Jennings Daily News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1967, Jennings, Louisiana                                t A 11 f I I J 4924 COLE AVEJJJE TE BCrPW Scholarship BETTY ANN HOAG left receives the Jennings Business and Professional Womens Club Scholarship from Leatha president of Hie womens American History award STEVE CORMIER left receives the American History award given at graduation annually to the senior who scholai tically excells in American Whos Who FLO ARCENEAUX left and David MarcaiWel HfM re ceive the ceveted Whos Who awards from Neely given each year to the senior boy and girl most outstanding in their Burton scholarship JANE MILLER left receives the MM William and Ethel Lewis Burton The presented by Gerald is a fouryear scholarship to the school of ttw fttMWfltf PntttS by Rain puts damper on JHS graduation ceremonies jA late spring deluge put the idamper on the 64Jh annual graduation exercises of the Jennings High School Monday night at Bull dog The 137 graduate students fil ed in to the traditional theme March of the priests played by Frank a fitting preview of the torren tial war to After the invocation given by Bruce the salutatory ad dress was given by Martene Fi Miss Firestone present in the hardships and hapiness that high school students experience in the prime of their She closed with a short glimpse of the future by quoting the It 17 class To to to love and then to is the sad tale of many a human All of the graduates thca sang their class sorig The Impossible Dream directed by Ri chard and led by Tommy Stock The valedictory address was then presented by David Mar Marcantel emphasized the and outlook for high school He al so closed on a note of the future stating that the graduation as sembly would be the last of its kindfof the class and causing the graduates to think ahead to the memories and apprecia tion that they would hold for this very special event in their The presentation of coveted awards foUwed Among the highest honors that a high school student can receive is the Whos Who award given every year by the high years re cipients were Flo Arceneaux and David The American history award was given by Rjty Doucet to Steve Cormier for scholastic ex cellence in Wbject The American tegfon awards were given to Pam Hebert and David Marcantel by John He The Rotary Club of Jen nings sponsors a scholarship which was given this year to Glenn Fontenot by Judge Lesiage Leatha Atchiton pre sented the Jennings Business and Professional Womens Club Scholarship to Betty Ann The William and Ethel Lewis Burton foundation spon sors a 14000 scholarship every year to a Student of excellent leadership and high scholastic This years recipient was Mary June who presented the Whos Who award also present ed an LSU Alumni award to John After the awards retired prin began the presentation of diplomas to the 1967 graduat but the black clouds which had covered the stadium burst and heavy rainfall inter rupted the The presentation then had to be completedbeneath the bleach FAIR i 111 Volume 74 Single copy price lOc doily Lo V May 1967 Member United Press International Number 106 pledges support Seventh District Congressman Edward Edwards Monday pledged his support to members of the Jefl Davis Parish Police Jury should they decide to try to create a new watershed district which would cover the lower Bayou Laoassine Edwards told the special ses MOII of the jury that Congress is limited to 100 new watershed districts a year for all the 50 and warned that it might be years before any pre sent planning might be The jury took in assigning its threeman wa tershed committee to work with conservationist James Maxwell in drawing up the proposed wat ershed At the close of the Edwards was presented with a scrapbook from Ward Eight juryman James Mallctt for his instrumental support in the ex perimentation of Louisianas first ctambc Also on hand at Mondays spe cial session were chief hydrolic engin eer and George Johns of De partment of Public Jen The two men outlined to the Jury the difficulties of cost ra tio in construction of levees and other possible solutions to the lower Larnssine drainage pro Goretri High graduates 34 in exercises Goretfi High School commencement ex ercises were held last night at the Gor tti High Joseph principal of Basile High School addressed the Valedictorian was William Jo seph and salutatorian was Linda A total of 34 students were WHS held 21 at Our of tv Late Jucle Spyrer vVJu the Rehearsal HORSE AND BUGGY days returned to day and 3 Jennings Sunday in a warmup for the two Old Fashion Days parades scheduled mis Parades in conjunction with the promo tional celebration are slated for 8 Thwrs Shewn rehearsing here Sunday are left Lets Lavergne and Harriet De On horseback is Oran Preston trail master net pictur ed will lead the Daily News photo Lines down in rural area due to high wind Monday More than ISO telephones in the rural ar eas of Jeff Davis and surround ing parishes were out of order Tuesday due to line damage caused by Monday nights high winds and tornado threaten inng Parishes immediately affect ed by the storm were Jeff Da Allen and Specific towns and communi ties hardest hit included Fen Hayes and parts of Basile WEATHERVANE the Jemiitft area retarded en a 14heur bash frem 4 te 4 dally by the leeal weather ea server High yesterday 17 Lewlaetnifjit M FORECAST Partly clewdy through temerrew with thewars and a few in Evangeline Telephone workers began the expansive repair job at dawn according to Ralph district supervisor of Louisiana Southwesttn State Telephone At least one tornado was stght barently did not touch That sighting was reported just pest of Most of the damages incut according to were from high winds and fallen L Board to accept Evangeline bids Acadia Parish Superintendent John Bertram has announced that sealed bids will be recievcd for the sale of the frame classroom building of the Oil Field Ele mentary School in Evangeline until t June at the school board Specifications and conditions for the removal of the building from the school grounds can be obtained from the school board Bert rand BULLETIN INDIANAPOLIS UPI The SMmile race was step ped teday after leader Par Mill Janet had gent II because of Applications for NYC plan being taken for Outofschool Neighbor hood Corp program NYO are now being accepted by the Jeff Davis Community AcUon According to group spokes an enroUee in this pro gram Is placed on a job in his or her home allowed to up to 32 hours per week at per and must at tend Adult Education eight to 10 hours a under dose coun For a youth to be eligible for NYC or she must be a school dropout for at least six between the ages of 16 and End be from a low income famj to revise search law By CHARLOTTE MOULTON United International WASHINGTON UPI The Supreme always has turned the tables on its critics by a ruling that gives police a bigger break in for evidence in criminal By an 8 to 1 vote the high court revised a 45yearold ruling that had limited police when they searched private premises during a criminal investi Under previous police could seize and use such items as theweapons used in a crime or stolen But they were denied use of other evidence found in their searches such as clothing or what in the legal profession is known as mere they might come across in an otherwise valid The in a majority opinion by Justice William jBrennan held that this set up a wholly irrational dtetinc Justice William Douglas Two Chief Justice Earl Warren and Justice Abe agreed with Dren nan on his but questioned his basic legal At issue was the arrest and conviction of a Baltimore Bennie Joe who was found on the basis of clothing found in his of robbing a taxi Haydens attorneys contended the clothing was unconstitution ally seized and should not have been admitted as The court turned down this James Ward tats axarcisas tonight The ele venth annual sixth grade recog nition exercises will be held at James Ward Elementary School tonight at 8 Guest speaker for the event will be James principal of Peabody Elemen tary School in Certificates will be presented to students by Ethel school board member from Ward The public is invited to attend the I giving police a basis for more leeway in iheir use of seized evidence when they search the premises of a suspected Privacy is disturbed no more by a search directed to purely evidentiary object than it is by a search directed to the opinion A magistrate can intervene in both situations find the require ments of probablecause and specificity cm foe preserved Most of the courts recent important criminal law deci sions have favored the indivi dual and have run into strong criticism by law enforcement The Haydon dedskm went against this Witnesses to hold meet in Texas Local meetings of Jehovahs Witnes ses will be suspended June 24 during the Circuit Assembly to be held in Vidor High School at during this hi They will be resumed the week following the district super visor for Jehovahs Witnesses will be principal circuit and several others will also address the A highlight of the meeting will be the Showing of a color film entitled God Cannot which will be shown Sunday af ternoon at 3 The theme of the gathering will be Supply to Your Faith Peak attendance is expected to reach Eight parish students are among new LSU graduates Eight Jeff Davis Parisli students seven from Jennings and one from Lake Arthur among the i bo awarded diplomas ex ercises at State Uni versity this pasl Local graduates are Louis Boudreaux School of Social Welfare Rare College Light injuries listed in truck crash Some in damages and minor injuries to one man resulted from a two truck collision here Monday af according to city po The mishap occurred on Lake Arthur police when two 66 model pickup trucks col Police estimated about da mage was done to the truck dri ven by 70yearold Asa Low of 210 Clara while some in damage was reported done to the vehicle by Elton of Police said Low was taken to American Legion complaining of minor Tavern operator is charged with selling to minors A local tavern operator is free on bond today a tier being anvst ed on two charges of selling al coholic beverages to a She is Mildred King who op erates a tavern on Spencer in According to city the charges resulted from a report ed incident over the weekend which involved sale of akbolk beverages to a fifteenretroW youth who was later picked up on a breakin and of Agriculture Jolane Ed College of Education Terry College of En gineering Earl Home College of Engineering James School of Music School of The Lake Arthur graduate is Robert Lilley of College of Arts and anthropolo gy The number of graduates is a record for a single commence ment since LSU began confer ring degrees three times a Leading UK group were 41 stu dents who received the Doctot of Philosophy degree and four who received Doctor of Educa tion MEMORIAL DAY services will be held today at 6 in Grestr wood Monsignor Char les Marin will be the speak The services are sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post MEDICAL patients admitted to the Jennings American Legion Hospital yesterday were Ella Elizabeth Irene Rachel Dolores all of Jennings Olivia Hayes Em ma Arthur Edward SURGICAL admitted tu the Jennings American Hospital yesterday were Gladys Like and Don A BOY was horn to and Jesse Granger of Oberlin at the Jennings American Le gionHospital AND Good Bud dy Bernard of North Ca rolina ane visiting his Louis Bernard in   

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