Jennings Daily News, October 26, 1971

Jennings Daily News

October 26, 1971

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Issue date: Tuesday, October 26, 1971

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Jennings Daily News (Newspaper) - October 26, 1971, Jennings, Louisiana Whats the Word By Paul Medus QUESTION What do you believe is the main advantage to a community such as Lake Ar thur to have a bazaar such as the one to be held this week at Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church dismay reactions Steve Broussard I feel the advantage of people getting working visiting with each of the fact that the church gains additional revenue make such an event Peter Bonin I think its an oldtime flavored affair which sort of died out but is coming back to our community nothing but wholesome ideas and togetherness which inspires our small causing nothing but good reflections and the money part of it works and stays at Lena Mae Bussy Aside from helping the church this bazaar is a means of getting people together to visit and com municate with one another and spread good Charles Soileau It is a good opportunity for folks to get together and work So often today people move in small We need to be with old Shirley Guidry I think its main advantage is that it gives an opportunity for the local people and the people of surrounding communities to get together and have fun and at the same lime help a very worthy Taipei out worst By BRUCE MUNN UNITED NATIONS UPD The United Nations voted overwhelmingly Monday night to seat Communist China and expel the a move that dealt the United States its worst diplomatic defeat in the 26year history of the There was no immediate comment from and the impact was first felt today in Geneva where Communist Chi nese officials repeated their demands for a world summit conference to discuss disar There was anger and dismay in Washington where Peter and Janes began mapping an attempt to cut American financial support for the United Currently the United States pays about 35 per cent of greater than any other The decision stunned The government had expected the move but the people were surprised and their first thoughts were of survival of the island nation coveted by the mainland Chinese as a province of Some expressed fear of an eventual Communist There were no Nationalist government Taipei was content to rest on the farewell statement of Foreign Minister Chow Shukai who dramatically led the Nationa lists out of the assembly before the crushing 76 to 35 with 17 He said the world body which Nationalist China helped found in 1945 had become a Then he staged a walkout of such dignity that the assembly gave him a spontaneous ova While the United Nations was Communists in Peking were celebrating the 21st anniversary of the entry of more than one million Chinese volunteers into North Korea to battle troops of the United Nations There was no mention of the United Nations at the banquet given by the North Koreans but only denunciations of aggres Throughout Europe the reac tion was about the Peking had at last gained its rightful place in the United the same reaction that came from the Soviet news agency And there was a general belief that world power politics would change and change drastically with China representing 700 million per But only the future could Inside the great assembly hall of the United Nations the normally staid body erupted into the closest thing to pandemonium since Premier Nikita Khrushchev pounded a table with his shoe during a boisterous 1960 Tanzanian Ambassador Salim Ahmed wearing a black tunic buttoned to the leaped to his feet and did a victory Across the Ambassador George Bush sat the United States 21yearfight to prevent the seating of Red China at an A moment of Bush called In the it was a group of undecided nations which brought the American diploma tic Fifteen of them abstained on the vote by which the United States sought to have the expulsion of list China declared an impor tant question which would require a twothirds That vote lost 55 to 59 and the seating of mainland China became a Among those abstaining were such allies as the Turkey ews 1971 1 Section 8 Pages 210 Serving mentally retarded Open house is at day care center The Jennings Day Care a facility serving mentally retarded will hold an open house Sunday for area residents in terested in seeing the work of the local Association for Retarded The open house will be held from at the located at 607 State in The center is part of the Jefferson Davis Parish Association for Retarded an organization formed in March of and is a local unit of the Louisiana Association for Retarded Officers in the association include James Hill of president Maxwell of secretary and Owen Dupont of Members of the board of directors include Frank Juanita Mitch Thibodeaux and Margaret all of Jen nings the Bourque and Willard both of Hathaway Lillie Mae Lewis of Welsh and Woodrow Menard of In September of 1970 the association opened two one at Jennings and the other in at the Lawrence Catholic Both are nonprofit sup ported locally by membership dues of the association and donations from The centers provide classes for trainable retarded children who do not qualify for public school Classes are held MondayFriday from 8 to 2 Educational Media Center staff evaluate children prior to admission in the center program and preentrance physical examinations are conducted by Sabatier and Coats of a registered The children also receive a physical checkup at the parish health Once the application is it is reviewed by the admissions com mittee to determine eligibility for the services If the child is he may be assigned immediately to a class or his name may be placed on a waiting list until there is room for him in the class to which he is The program is designed to help a child reach maximum level of capability in social basic coordinated use of his muscular vocational skills and religious Ten children attend the Jennings center which is under the direction of Neely and Schwartz and five children attend the center at Hathaway where Mildred Sonnier is the teacher and James Hill the teacher Mental retardation is a condition defined as impaired mental originating before birth or in early childhood and limiting in tellectual growth and social ad There are an estimated such handicapped children in Louisiana and an estimated three per cent of the residents of each parish are thought to be WEATHERVANE Thte It the weather for Jefl Davis Parish and the surroun ding including 4 to 4 dally temperature ob servatkmi by Jennings weather and the area forecast through tomorrow from the Weather Bureau and the wires of United Hi Monday 81 Lo 54 Rain FORECAST Clear to partly cloudy through tomorrow with no important temperature High today and Wednesday about 84 low tonight near New manager here RONALD has been named manager of the local lloneycutt Furniture Hoffpauir replaces Carroll Hoffpauir attended Welsh High School and is married to the former Cynthia Corbello of He is a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Jennings and has been with Honcycutts for about two Scouts visit fire station to learn techniques CUB SCOUTS FROM throughout Jeff Davis Parish have been taking periodic visits to the fire station in Jen nings this month in connection with fire prevention which is This group visited with Chief Lisso shown here in Other packs will be going to the station later this week to see firsthand how a fire station is operated and the equipment Daily News photo Separate from Geneva Chinese demand arms control summit By JOHN CALCOTT GENEVA UPD Communist Chinese officials today reiterat ed demands for a world summit conference on arms control separate from the smaller Geneva disarmament negotia The at the Chinese consulate in indicated that Peking has little imme diate interest in the disar mament conference here follow ing its admission to the United Asked whether China would now consider joining the the officials said We have no instructions 6r information from our govern ment about the Geneva confer As we stated two months ago we desire a world conference at the summit level to discuss the disarmament The officials said there is no policy yet as to whether such a summit gathering would be followed by further talks within the framework of a smaller forum such as the Geneva which has been going on since The Geneva talks have resulted in several arms control none of which has been signed by They include the limited nuclear test ban the nuclear nonproliferation the nuclearfree seabed treaty this the treaty Church fair to be held LAKE Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church this week will hold a church fair featuring carnival a Saturday night a raffle and and an area television Activities will begin Thursday with Saturday and Sunday activities in cluding events for all Officials said Saturdays activities would begin at 3 with bingo games slated for 5 A gumbo supper will be served from after which a parking lot dance will be held until 11 with Maw Barker Admission will be Sundays events open at and at barbecue dinners will be served through 1 The raffle and auction will take place at 4 On Saturday Polycarp Phillipe Pecot 2 of Channel 3 in will be at the fair to meet and entertain children in Carnival rides and events will include ferris an oc tapus and along with a spook Prizes will be awarded the winners of various games scheduled to be played in connection with the hamburgers and cold drinks will be served as The carnival begins Thursday and will continue throughout the prohibiting biological Geneva negotiators are pre sently at headquarters in New Before the conference ended its 1971 both Western and Communist diplomats said Chinas admission to the United Nations raises doubts about the future shape of the Geneva On one hand its value would be placed in question if Peking declined to On the other member ship of China in the conference would dictate a complex restructuring of the negotia Cynthia Stagg Clark Local resident now in Switzerland studying Switzerland A young woman is among 50 Americans selected to attend a fashion college in Switzerland and studying in various fashion centers in Cynthia Stagg a graduate of Jennines High is among those Cynthia Clark studies in Europe attending the American Fashion College of Switzerland in Last she was among the students from the college attending a fashion festival in Germany and a trip to Paris to study with a famed designer there also was on the schedule for later this While in Paris the students will study fashion under the designers super vision and also see firsthand the methods he uses in fashion The college is a professional school which includes interior mer textiles and a history of Students attending the school also will represent the United States as goodwill ambassadors as they tour Clark also auditioned and was accepted in the voice department of the Conservatory of Music of Lucerne and will continue her vocal studies During her years in she became widely known for her vocal abilities and performed in many capacities throughout the community and Jeff Davis She has been in Lucerne since mid September and will be there for two years studying coming home to Jennings for certain holiday Rice industry seeks acreage cut restored A Jeff Davis Parish rice industry representative today said a meeting held in Washington last week was aimed at getting at least part of a previously announced acreage cut Ed president of the Jeff Davis and National Rice Growers who attended the meeting with Secretary of Agriculture Clifford Hardin and other said the group attempted to have the ad ministration consider final production figures for 1971 as well as export demands for next year before making the acreage figure In the administration announced a 10 per cent cut in the 1972 rice but Krielow said the meeting last week was to have at least part if not all of that cut Rice officials stressed the probability that the production figures for 1971 would be less than expected at the time the acreage cut was he export demands probably would increase far more than was anticipated even last Hardin and his representatives made no promises on increasing the Krielow but did agree to lake another look at the situation before announcing final acreage figures for the 1972 The export demand has greatly increased over what it looked like in the area rice grower and production for this country is going to be less than was estimated at the time the acreage cut was an perhaps by as much as 1015 per cent just in Krielow said the Department of Agriculture has done a good job of selling rice over the last three months and the department and Hardin should be commended for their ef Krielow also said a recent increase in subsidy would make domestic rice more competitive on the world market and greater activity within the 480 program also would stimulate the market He said that when final production figures were Hardin and the USDA would take another look at rice for 1972 and hopefully announce an acreage figure for 1972 more compatible to Louisiana rice Attending the meeting were Allen and Edwin along with other congressional representatives of rice producing states and representatives of the ;