JUNE 11, 1964, Pesticide Bill Is Advanced By Committee BATON ROUGE CAP) - The House Ways and Means Com- mitloc has given a favorable vote lo a hill exempting pesticides used for agricultural purposes from the .s!ate sales tax- Hep. Lantz Womack, Franklin Parish, said Wednesday the bill would give "agriculture a break in the face of the current cost squeeze." The bill passed the committee without ! objection. The committee also passed and rejected two other tax exemption bills. A bill to exempt local transit companies from the fuel lax was •• unanimously approved. Lamar Polk, representing the Local Transit. Companies As- 1 sociation, said, "The financial j problem has become acute with I the loss of passenger loads and increasing costs." A representalhe from the State Internal Revenue Department said the bill would cost the state about $350,000. The committee injected a bill to exempt parent - subsidiary corporations from taxes on both corporations. Negroes Will Begin Classes At NSC Today MONROE. La. lAP) - Two Necrroes bccrin classes today at Northeast Louisiana State. 'Collece They are the first of then- race to attend a desegregated educational facility in north Louisiana. Sarah Louise McCoy, 22. and Bobby Saucer. 23. both of Monroe, registered quietly Wednesday under a federal court directive ordering the college to accept Miss McCoy and other qualified Negroes.' Neither asked to live on the campus. "We will work with Negro enrollees in as good crace as is possible under the circumstances," said Dr. George T. Walker, the college president. : "I deeply regret the decision '< of the federal court that we ! must admit Negroes." said Walker. His college had an enrollment of 1200 for the spring term Glass Containers jrom Harahan Rockers from Natchitoches Farm Machinery from ]eanerette Flooring from Farniei'i ille Acetate': front De Ridder ff'i n in^rcds of ;...".«..... :-. <;• rr. 're fj '.' r.ti '.-'. 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SLICED LB. 33* 1.29 CAN «Q Rath Franks K F pL PREMIUM Cheddar Cheese &r° RN 67$ 30c Cottage Cheese BORDEN'S 12-OZ. CTN. SWIFT OR AGAR COOKED 3 IB. CAN 199 NEW BLUE OR SPECIAL FORMULA! LARGE SIZE! Aluminum Lawn Chair Delux»gr»«n ond whit* Mylar »oron w«bbing ever iturdy 1" tubular gluminum from*. Contoured bock and *»at. 5x4x4 wcbi...ov*r 23" wid». 2.96 Folding Chais 6x16 **b*...74" long, O.. II .1 I- I . . " ^0 widf. $ reclimnj petitions...contoured back, Webbing matches choirs. i.96 Costume Jewelry 1/2 PRICE! R«g. 2 fer 1.00 8 roup...4 for 1.00 .Reg. 1.00 Group 2 for 1.00 Rog. 2.00 Group 1.00 to. • Golf Driving Range Set • Seaplane • All American Sport Kit t Junior Angler Fishing Set TOY SAIE1 « Cry Bab/ Magic Bottle t Lawn Mower 72! THURS., JUNE 11, 1964 Slightly Over 25,000 Voters Listed in City There are 25,033 voters in the city eligible to cast ballots in the special Democratic primary election Saturday. With one councilman to be nominated for the vacancy on j the Lnkc Charles City Council, a ' list of voters registered and eligible to vote in the 32 city precincts, reveals that of the total eligible to vote 21,098 are white voters and 3,935 are Negro voters. Mrs. Llllieon Cutrer, registrar of voters for Calcasicu Parish, listed each voting precinct : throughout (he city, and shewed ! seven voting places with more , than 1,000 voters registered in I each. Largest voting precinct is Pet. 38, Dolby school, in University Place, with 1,434 registered. Next largest is Pet. 35, Brentwood Elementary School, 3825 Rrentwood Ave., with 1,402 registered. , Others over the 1,000 voter imark are: Pel. 20, Coo Icy I school, 2700 Common Si, 1,183: i Pet. 7, Hamilton Elementary : School. 1415 Eighth St., 1.143: iPct. 18, Oak Park Elementary School, 2000 Seventeenth St., 1,136; Pet. 36,-McNeese Arena, 1,111; and Pet. 4, Pine Street Service Center, 421 First Ave., 1,031. The smallest voting precinct is Pet. 40, located at the Port Security office, just outside the main gate of the Port of Lake Charles. Only 169 voters reside in that precinct. j Fifteen of the precincts arc fill i white precfncU and two others are heavily populated with Negro voters. Pet 4, one of the largest precincts in the city, has 1,031 eligible voters, seventh largest in the city. Of that number 1,020 are Negro voters. The other large Negro voting place is Pet. 11, W. 0. Boston Mian School, 707 S. Shattuck Street, where 5G3 Negro voters are among the 597 registered. House to Take Second Look At Pay Boost WASHINGTON (AP) - The House takes a second look at a pay raise for itself today as it acts on a bill proposing $533.2 million in salary increases for 1.7 million federal workers. Three months ago it rejected a $tO,000-a-year pay boost for members of Congress in a vote widely interpreted as reflecting election year jitters. This time around the proposed increase is $7,500 and House leaders expect approval. Although once again the pressure is on the members voting to raise their own pay. the bill would provide salary Increases ranging up to 22.5 per cent for one million federal career em- ployes and 585,000 postal workers and would boost the pay of Supreme Court justices, Cabinet officers and top department heads by $7,500 a year. WrfeTS Oswald Is Recalled WASHINGTON (AP) - Lea Harvey Oswald's Soviet-born wi- I dow, the first witness questioned ' by (he Warren commission in its investigation of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, testified again today as the inquiry nears its end. The commission gave no explanation of why it was recalling the 23-year-old Marina Oswald. Presumably it intends to ! ask her about details developed I in the hearings since her ap- I pearance in February. She was questioned for four days then about Oswald, her life with him and his movements around the time of Kennedy's murder, Nov. 22 in Dali las. Sen. Long Says Civil Rights Bill Will Become Law WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Russell B. Long, D-La., says the ; Senate vote imposing cloture . means the civil rights bill "will ! become law." ; Bat Long said Southern sena- 1 tors haven't given up the battle against the bill. He said it j would be the most unpopular act since Reconstruction and ', would require "tens of thou- I sands of marshals and federal troops to enforce the various things proposed." The Aleutian earthquake of 1946 produced 55-foot-bjgh waves un the shores of the Hawaiian Islands where some ISO lives lost.
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