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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 30

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- WEE., AUGUST II, 1962, lake Charles Press Angola Will Keep Remaining Guards BATON ROUGE CAP) — The 1 Walker had agreed, the commit- state prison at Angola may notice said, that if 35 security offi- have to release any more of its cers could be retained security at security officers. i Angola would be reasonably as- That outlwk was apparent to- surcd. day after the legislative budget! Anderson also agreed, the res- committee Tuesday authorized the otation said, that commodities in . prison to retain 35 security offi-.the amount of $126.000 could be r cers who had been slated for dis-1 transferred from the revolving ] charge. ifund O f the penitentiary for the Because of budeet cuts 102 : P ur P° se of retaining the 35 securi- prison workers have alread^ left.!* °? ic f? a , nd ^ffi f \T Warden Victor Walker said ear- ivvorth of food and clotmn S to **» tier 88 had been given notice they °P? r .f lon . would be laid off and 14 more had quit. . ° lkes ISSUC ^ statement: "After spending two days with The legislative budget commit- ; the . le ? lslat ' ve ubud § et com ™ lt <* tee went over state prison prob-1 ^viewing the budget and fiscal, lems in a hearing which took up j operations of the state penrtenUary most of two days, and Chairman j at An § ola - I «m satisfied that the- William Cleveland announced! new proposed budget calling for agreement on changes in spend- ! fa l pla u s n^r n ? a c che ^ iJefferson Chief Sen. \\. D. Folkes of SI. Fran-j n • J k. I risville. vice chairman of Gov. I SQy5 KOIuS Not .Timmie H. Davis' special commit-! / «, . J nl tee on the Angola Prison, issued aj GrQUuStOnd PlQ statement sayine he was satisfied _ 1T ,,, T - ,„* ,., -, t with the new proposed budget. He NEW ORLEANS -API-Sheriff! attended the hearings here. Johjl G Fitzgerald of Jefferson; Sen. Cleveland of Crowlev. told pansh sa - vs ms ralds are not a I a news conference at the end of "grandstand play" but an attempt i the closed-door sessions the origi- lo erase Prostitution from the nal legislative budget studv com- P arish - • j mittee he headed earlier "under- " Thcse raids w<iu be re P eated ! stood there was an extra $390.000 > ever >' n 'S ht if necessary," Fillin a prison revolving fund that i § erald said after his de P uties ar * could be treated as surplus when rested 20 women and one man i" It ordered $1 million in prison ! raids at bars in Harve y and budget cuts. , Marrero Monday night. He said members of that com- 1 The sheriff ' s office said raids mittee believed they actually were j continued Tuesday night and early j ordering $600,000 in spendine cuts toda y- There was no iJ^nediate I at the prison. " report on the number of arrests, j "We found out differently" he The action was in conjunction said, in the meetings that followed Nvith recent crackdowns on vice ., with Warden Walker. Institutions in the New Orleans Fren <* " Director E. R. Anderson and; ter ' he said " Chairman Chester Green of the State Institutions Board. Cleveland said some money had been found that could be 'used. The committee approved a resolution that Walker be "directed and Court- Arfrinn authorized to retain 35 security I V-V ' UI l AACUUIJ officers from the list proposed to be discharged and.that $126000 • i- .- r in commodities from the revolving! m ? °" M a fP llcatl ° n for a «>urt fund be transferred to th" icwrif-\ Order - P ermittu >B 1vot ' n g record in ' tion account for the purooSe of l^ 100 . !" Hmds> Madlson ' and paying these security officers. . ." ! ^^ counties, will be held The resolution said also Walker I ^ 5 "i ? » f U ^ was "further authorized an i dl \ A ?""? %*** ***%* ^ ?' , T< reeled to transfer an additional I °i ' i 1 "!? 8 / J ' / rest ° n C ° le ' $49,000 in commodities from the S5f' S^ 3 ' 6 a " d F °° te Camp ' revolving fund to the operation account for the purpose of supply- leg food and clothing for the in- Hearing Slated On Vote Record JACKSON, Miss. (AP)-A hear- mates of the Louisiana State Penitentiary." Republic Sree! Reduces Dividend CLEVELAND CAP) - Republic Steel Corp. directors Tuesday cut the quarterly dividend 25 cents a share to 50 cents as a result of what it called a cost-p r o f i t squeeze. The slash is the firs! among the big steel producers. Republic is the nation's third largest. The new dividend on common stock is payable Oct. 19 to stockholders of record Sept. 21. Republic's quarterly dividends have been 75 cents since November 1956. Madison. Justice Department officers de- their voting records for examination. Ashford said Tuesday he probably would ask the court to stipulate what specific complaints were being brought and by whom. Realtor in N. 0. Dies in Accident SEATTLE (AP> — A New Or-j leans realtor died Tuesday after j he was injured 18 days ago in a | two-car crash south of here. He was David Babin, 46. Killed outright in the Aug. 4 collision were Mrs. David Oathout, 21, and her father, Robert H. Mathes, 44, both of Tacoma, Wash. They were riders in a car driven by Oalhout. 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