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   Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - September 14, 1962, Ruston, Louisiana                                The KFSTIJ Daily Leader 66 Follow The Leader Scrvng The Norfh Louisiana Hill Country Since 1895 LOUISIANA SEPTEMBER 1962 Price 5 Cents Remains of Poye Believed Found New Administrators For Guidance Center Discussing the cases on file in rhc Lincoln Poriih Guidance Ccnfer arc from left to right I executive director of the Monroe area guid ance center Anita social worker from the Monroe center May secretary from RUJ ton Harold installation counsellor from Monroe and Robert center medical director and chief psychologist from Barksdale Air Force Base Lincoln Parish Administrators Guidance Center Have Meeting Thursday The new administrators for the Lincoln Parish Guidances Center met for their first staff meeting yesterday in the Center i office located in the I The Guidance Center will be open for a full days operation each Thursday from until May Jo the Center will be in the office every Monday and Wednesday from 1 00 to Million Public Works Bill Signed WASHINGTON Kennedy today signed a mil lion pump priming public works bill to accelerate the economy and provide work for the unem i i A1 n ceremony in his attended by numerous senators and congressmen who had worked on the Kennedy said he soon would transmit to Congress a rej for appropriations to ij nance projects authorized in the I j Kennedy also announced thai he j would issue an executive order toj day naminic the secretary of comi merce as coordinator of the far reaching Kennedy described the legis lation a sigmlleant milestone in our efforts to straighten out the economy and help un Jobs created by hn lie will be of maximum benefit to the The President also said be hoped the next Congress would give consideration In his request for billion standby authoriza tion to be lor new projects if employment drops Congress turned down tho in the legislation signed The measure authorizes federal outlays lor shortterm civil works projects such as construct inn of roads or public buildings in ceo nominaccly The grants for the most part would match slate Graduate Course In Home EC Offered At Tech 7he caseload at the Center in creases every Tho active as of July totaled Thirtyeight cases were added i since that making a total of 59 cases seen during the The active case load as of July was People come to the Guidance Center from a variety of According to a report prepared i by the previous Center administra patients in the Center referred by the follovvemg people i and organizations 21 Special Education 14 Par ish Health 4 Self referral 8 public 3 Lincoln Par ish Association for Retarded Chil 1 Ruston City 2 Conj federate Memorial 4 j Veterans Administration 1 and Methodist Childrens Of the 59 patients seen at the j 39 were 8 wore and 12 were The Guidance Center is complet ing its seventh year of operation in Lincoln Parish as a parttime psy chiatric The Center is primarily an out palienl clinic for the treatment of emotional disorders of children and The Louisiana Department of Sec PARISH Page 6 is to of Russians Bow To Ultimatum BERLIN The Russi bowed to an Allied ultimatum day and used a bus instead armored cars to change the ginns their war memorial in West For the second I he Rus sians avoided a showdown on the armored car dispute with the The Soviet army bus entered West Berlin at over the Sector border bridge on the British Sector The bus dropped 20 guards off at the war memorial and returned to East Berlin with the relieved sentries at This is what we an American spokesman West Berlincrs hailed the Rus sian use of the bus as another Western The Russians began using armored cars last month when their buses were stoned by West protesting the fatal bor der shooting of a The Allies gave the Russians until Saturday to slop using the armored cars bill the Russians obeyed one day before the dead A refusal to reluiii to buses could have the stage for a new Berlin Kennedy Stands Firm On Decision i President Kennedy linn tod iy on his decision lhal military enlion in Cuba is not required or juMihed al Ibis despite repealed demand from some and Cuhan lead ers for action to halt die Russian buildup in the Kennedy told a news conlcrencc i the flow of Russian men and wea pons into Cuba is not a serious j threat to any oilier part of the i hemisphere so He promised swift and overwhelming rolrihu KimbellCarter Clinic FundRaising Appeal During Cystic Fibrosis Month Here Cystic Fibrosis September will be observed I in Ruston with a doortodoor appeal to raise funds to fight this most common of the lifethreatening chronic diseases of This was announced today by President of the North Louisiana chapter of the National Cystic Fibrosis Special Problems in Nutrition Home Economies 802 will he of is a throehour evening i his fall by the school Keonomies at Louisiana fered course Home The to be taught from 9 on is or ganized lor graduate students in home economics and credit earned will apply toward meeting require ments for the master of science de The reg is i ration fee will be Application for admission to the graduate at Tech is to be made lhrouih the registrars of Persons interested in taking the course are asked to riojify Alice dean of Hie School of Home Economics at the college The course will be taught by Janet She holds the 13 device from Texas State Col lege for Women and the masters degree and work on the doctorate from Iowa Stair The class will meet for the first time il t I1 m n and students can be registered at that WIN TKNMS MATOIKS PARIS tlPfi no of Spain and Andres dime Australias Ken Husewall won quarterfinal matches Thursday in the Pa lis professional tennis tourna Jimeno defeated Alex Ol medo of and Hosewall beal Ear of Research Foundation Dr Leo said that volunteers will spearhead the drive be ginning on by calling on their neighbors to raise funds for care facilities and research on cystic an inherited disease for which there is no known Lee Every two hours a child with cystic fibrosis is horn in the United Unless they parly diagnosis and continuous me dical and home half of these children die before they are Csiic fibrosis lakes more drens lives than polio and rheu matic heart and it rivals all forms of Physicians and researchers have developed modern method for diagnosing CF very early in life and for That is the key to but far too few chil dren have been getting the benefit of these It is for this reason thai the Na tional Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation in the past 18 opened 30 Care and Teaching Centers in teaching hospital medical schools through out the Lee These facilities fur modern i x pert diagnosis ami care are the most important single factor in the management of cystic fibrosis to and the best generators of ideas lor research that will hope fully produce a control for this and very Cystic fibrosis is a chronic chil drens disease of the glands of ex ternal Its serious com plications involve the diges tive system and sweat Its most dangerous manifestations oc cur in the where sticky mucus clogs the air pass resulting in difficult breath FUND Pago 6 Mayor Signs Proclamation Ruston Mayor John Perrill recently signed a proclamation de signating the week ol September 17 to 23 as Cystic Fibrosis Week throughout I he The month of Weoiember is Cys tic Fibrosis Month in A portion o I he proclamation John Mayor call the people of Kuston to volunteer of the National Cystic FihrosK Founda tion to the end that these children may receive their birthright to a normal lion it it appears Cuba is be ing a significant base lor j i In Barry called for a i hemisphere blockade of ships carrying Communist arms and men to followed if necessary by a combined ini vasion 10 Cuba the prilli ciples of the Monroe Cuban exPremier Manuel de commenting in Miami on the Defense Department an nouncement that it is considering a new plan for the enlistment ol Cuban refugees in the called for a blockade 10 prevent a further Russian buildup while the Cubans are in train Moscow Comment In the official Soviet agency denounced Goldwaler as a wellknown demagogue and commented that Cuban refu gees in the United Slates are be coming increasingly Tass accused two other sena George and Jacob of sober In another windows in Washington tually vibrating from the yelling of American congressmen who i are calling for the use of all means economic and military to do away with i A congressional resolution ani thorizing the President to use military force lo meet any aggres sion from Cuba was slated foi House approval along with the standby authorization lo Kennedy to call up reserv ists which was approved unani mously by the i Checkup on Ships Kennedy promised that air and naval patrols would keep a close watch on the Cuban Officials said one ol the patrols would be to keep tabs on ships from nations allied the United States which are trading with Our friends in NATO must re alize the implications ol their ships engaging in me Cuban the President The Norwegian shipowners as sociation said 15 ships from Nor waya NATO member had call ed al Cuban since July They thai any ol the ships carried Soviet mili The plan under consideration in Washington envisions the forma tion of allCuban in which Spanish would be the offi cial A previous ellorl to enlist Cuban refugees failed lasl ear because of the ivfu geeunderstood enoujh 1 to train with Above ii an architects drawing of the new Kimbcll Carrcr Clinic which is being built on the corner of South Bonncr Street and Mills The being erected by Tolford General will be completed about January The total cost of tho building will be with in vested in new furnishings and The clinic will have feet of floor space and six examin ing Opening Week Activities For Freshmen At Tech Announced Dormitories Open Sunday On tile auenda for Sunday also are a service in Howard Auditorium at with the speaker in hf Sammy as sociate lihi anaii at the Intcrfraier nity Council unh men students in the audiioiiruirn at i Mondays include a freshman convocation in the audi torium at 8 Presiding will be Jimmy Lee of presi dent of the Student Patri cia Wells of Kiision will playan organ pi The invocation will be given by Anne Burford of president of the Asso ciated Women The sinking of America will be led by James Karl Alexander l flus Perons to be introduced al the assembly Monday morning are John mayor of Court Of Honor Tonight For Boy Scouts Thirty Boy Scouts from Troop 45 in KiMon will receive rank ad vam cmcnls and meiil badges in an oiihiour Court ol Honor tonight al Smolinskis Pond on Riser Scoutmaster Bice announc ed that the Order of the Arrow and Indian dance team Ironi Comam he in Monroe will present a ceremonial dance during the pro Parents of Boy Scouts are being with a fish fry supper at Oil per plate designed lo raise limits tor the Troops ten Troop Committee Chaii he Ruston June dean of women dean of students dean of men Miss Mabel Miss Hazel guidance coun selor dean of the School of Agriculture and Fores try dean of the School of arts and Sciences Rur ton dean of the School of Business Administration dean of the School of Education Ben dean of the School of Engineering Alice dean of the School of Home and commander of the Air Force An address of welcome will be delivered by Jay Tech after which the singing of the Tech Alma Mater will he led by James Earl Alexan Announcements will be made by Miss Hazel chairman of the orientation i Freshman men students will meet with Dean Foster at 9 in the auditorium and the beginning girls wil meet with Dean Dyson in I Adams Cafeteria at the same 1 Mathematics placement iests will be given later Monday A meeting of the faculty is sche duled in the auditorium for 4 to be followed by an in formal reception for the staff in I the Student A party for students and faculty members has been planned for on As well Fraternities will have open houses from 9 co A Panhellcnic meeting with women students is booked for 9 Monday in the Tuesdays program include freshman meetings vvilh the acade mic deans in various campus lo will present the honors to be presented in Second four First one two Life lanks 1 merit Special a i be presented include one Brotherhood throe Scoin lifeguard one Histo ric Tiail one and one Emergency Service 4ii is by the Hale Memorial mens Bible class ol Tidily Methodist Reserves Bill Moves Toward House Passage WASHINGTON to strengtherf President Kennedys hand in the Cuban Con gress today raced toward approv al of a resolution and authority for Kennedy to call up military The reserve bill was approved unanimously by the House Armed Services Committee shortly after it met this Democratic leaders scheduled it for House action Monday along with the Cuban Both will be considered under a hurry up procedure barring limiting debate and requiring a twothirds The reserve which would allow the President to call more combatready units to active duty if the need was passed by the Senate 76 to While attention has centered mostly on Cuba since Kennedy quested the authority the reserve measure was prompted principal ly by administration fears of a possible new flareup in Authorizes Force A separate resolution to specif ically authorize the Presideitt to I use the military in event of ag gressive action by Cuba was in troduced late Thursday by House j It also appeared assured j of House approval but i A student life convocation j faced further debate in the The Senate decided to send a i batch ot similar fight L necessary declarations to the combintd armed services relations committee for hearings to start j Secretary of State Dealt Rusk and Defense Secretary Robert McNamara were called to testify at a closed session The committee was instructed to sub mil its final version to the Senate j next j Has Kill Authority Kennedy told his news confer ence Thursday he had full auth ority as commander in chief to act in the Cuban but he Skeletal believed to be those of Pvt Joseph Jack a former Tech have been found in Long northeast of Jewell and about 40 miles west of Fort All of the bones except thfe skull were found last Sunday about 300 yards downstream1 from a bridge across Long The skeleton was found by an Army search party led by Willie Joe o Fort Gordon soldier who confessed to the slaying of Poye April Later in the the skull harl been found about 20 feet from the spot the remains wefft dis An Army spokesman from the information office of Fort Gordon said identification tags to Poye were found with the skele and the bones harl been tarecrf over to a forensic pathologist at the base for positive information officer at the said report has not been released from the pathologists Phillips also said there was A hole in the skull which was found near the other He sairl the skull is being but no report of the findings will be released until the investigation is One shoe and remnants of cloth ing were found with the he Although Phillips declined torsaiy that the shoe belonged to did say that Army investigatois believed that it was the same as the shoes Poye Phillips said that positive iden tification can be established when lor all students will be given at 9 in the under the auspices of the Associated Wo men Physical colj lege ability examinations and other j preliminaries are listed for Tues i Registration is scheduled in Me inorial Gymnasium Wednesday and First classes of the new session wil meet at Morrison Optimistic About OAS I Ambassador deLeaseps Mor who has announced he will lesign in a year to campaign for governor of Thursday shied away from discussing poli tics and concentrated on Latin American affairs at a Alexandria Kiwanis Club speech Morrison was optimistic about the future of the Organization of American which he serves as United States lie said the Kennedy Administra tions Alliance for Progress also working out we are Morri son speaking of the Countries with membership in said were working to bring freedom of and ban tyranny and communism from Latin Morrison attacked remarks the alliance was bogging Morrison will address the nual Louisiana Dairy Festival next month in State Comic trailer Roy director of the festival organisa said Morrison would spwak at a banquet on The banquet is an annual evtot to honor foreign consuls and mote good WEATHER 94 73 Observation 83 See RESERVES BILL Page 6 around the corner First Class Of Training Course Held Wednesday PALLAS GRAFTON is back Motor Parts and invites come to see him on your autonta live The latest is the station operator that ran out of gas and had walk all the way Represenoriv of the low enforcement officers from Lincoln Bicnvill hiiuhei cilinlii die tirxt cluvi Low Enforcement Officers training provided by an extension of 1 7 woekv of of The first of 17 classes for law enforcement officers of the sur roiiiulins was held Wednes day in the KriKineering Building on the Tech The irainini course is known as of Law Kntmveinent 111 and is presented by the Cjene 1Mision of the IAHI State Tlu1 suljeil of the first class ws The Nation of Islam taught by Chief of the Mon roe Police The lasv enforcement officers ai ihe class from the Huston Police Department were Os Chiet of Police Heard MIm lliu Ion Allen Oxford Preston Da James Poda and Wilj lie James Fallin represented the i Lincoln Parish Sheriffs Office at the From the Bietiville Sheriffs Of the following law officers at tended Herbert Billy Collinsworih Thomas Smith Harold and Ronald From the Louisiana Stale Police Troop stationed in Lincoln Par were James Eldridge and Clitfoid a security ofti cer for Uniisiunu also at i A couple of the merchants a new design for the latest in ing meter sounds ly Ruston High School Bearcats Witt journey to Bossier and it be a lively the Major diets a big 13 to 7 win for the The Pepettes and Band will ac company the JOHN CARTER SAYS with CVC you get all three if you ttret you could check into HKTKN WUJLIAMS that he Big Fish that fat way he largest 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