The Monroe News-Star from Monroe, Louisiana on March 23, 1964 · Page 5
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Monroe News-Star Monday, March 23, 1964_____•>-A DURING WEEKEND Four From Area Get LMA Honors ALEXANDRIA (Special) — |legislature from making further Two northeast Louisianans were financial demands on local gov-; named council men of the year ernments. last weekend by the Louisiana On0 amendment would permit! Municipal Association. parishes and municipalities to, They were Edwin G. Preis of |pvy up \2 mills ad valorem; Newellton and Van Salley of Bor- jtax‘ The present ceiling is seven j nice. mills. An additional five mills Other councilman of the year would be used for police and; leans, Michael Harris of Grand Isle. Rene Breaux of Gueydan, Murray Pugh of Logansport, za. E. J. Koonce of Sulphur. George FT Rooksh of Addis was recognized as the oldest Camille Tuminello of Morgan- mayor in terms of service. He has 33 years of continuous service. Mayor John Olivier of Sunset was named youngest mayor New! 3 DCS Flights Daily... Choose Deluxe or Thrifty Tourist were Murphy Richard of Eunice, Dave Kahn of Morgan City, S. B. Minturn of Natchitoches and Curtis Rademacher of Lafayette. fire protection. Another proposal would allow, towns of 5,000 population and | under levy up to three mills fori recreation and safety projects! Mrs. Mary Allen of Winnfield without a popular vote ONE MAN drowned and two were presumed drowned in the powerful under- 4 ow below the Fifth Avenue dam of the Olentaupv River on Columbus, Ohio’s near North Side Sunday. Canoeist Clyde Hartman, 26, whose body is shown being' recovered, and his companion, John Wilkerson Jr., 23, were lost when their craft capsized. Then a city fire department rescue boat overturned, and Fire (’apt. Lawrence (Fred) Martin, about 53, went under. A civil defense duck rescued two other firemen. (AP VVirephoto) Little Rock Integration Issue Stirred MOPSY Comments About Law To Report Child-Beating Set By Solon NEW ORLEANS (AP) -The Louisiana Legislature will be asked to make it law that a physician must report to police any suspicious injuries to children. The hill aims to protect children from savage beatings inflicted by parents or guardians. Rep. John Schwegmann of Jefferson Parish said he was draw-! ing up a hill based on a California model law adopted by 11 other states. Dr. H. B. Rothschild, chief of pediatrics at Touro Infirmary here, said the phenomenon! of a mother or father inflicting and John Perritt of Ruston, hofh mayors, were named district vice presidents. Louisiana’s mayors and city ¡and parish officials will ask the ¡legislature this spring to in* icrease the share of tobacco tax receipts paid to local governments. The association voted to ask for an increase from 37.5 per cent to 57.5 per cent. The association also approved proposed constitutional amendments giving parishes and municipalities additional taxing power and a third to prevent the And the third would require the legislature to provide the money for any new financial demands it might make on local; governments, such as increasing: teacher salaries. Mayor Frank Norman of Min-1 den was chosen president of the LMA, succeeding Mayor William j H Scott of New Roads. J. Rayburn Bertrand of Lafayette was named first vice president Mayor P. Elmo Futrell of Pineville. serving his first term was named mayor of the year. | Other district vice presidents arc Victor Schiro of New Or- Leave 3:20 pm. Jet connection to Los Angeles, San Diego. Also DC-6 to Dallas 11:10 pm Leave 12:30 pm. Jet connections to New York, Philadelphia, Detroit, Chicago Bv Bil l, SIMMONS LITTLE ROCK. Ark (ATM- This city, once torn by racial, unrest, faces a demand by Negro leaders for stepped-up; school integration. * Signs of dissatisfaction within the Negro community appeared abruptly Saturday night when r two anti-segregation groups is- « j sued a joint statement condemn- SPH FllPnflPr ing Little Rock’s integration tllCIIMGI progress. In the first major hreak he tween Negroes and school lead ers, the antisegregation groups \kl~„ threatened a school boycott on WST Ull Y OVGnV April 6 by the city's 7,046 Negro; pupils. WASHINGTON (AP)—Sen. Al- ¡vicious injuries on their offspring The statement issued by the icn j. Ellender, D-La,, says he is more common than thought -ounci! on Community Affairs>hopes the administration's “War and seems to be increasing. 0 ii the Student Nonviolent Co on Povertv” v. ill avoid some of Under the proposed law. phvsi irdinating Committee said the faults' of the post- war aid cians would report to police in school integration here amounts program. medical cases which they sus- to nothing more than tokenism.] Help offered by the program pect child battering is involved. Dr. William H. Townsend Jr., proposed by President Johnson "There are a number of physi- rouncil president, said the group should rely on self-help and in* cians who usually don't want to hopes the boycott can be avert*;dividual initiative as much as get involved in these cases for rd, "hut pa«t action on the part possible, he said in a radio ad- fear that they may he sued, of the (school) hoard leaves dress. said Schwegmann. "Under this little reason for hope. Thcv ve "They should not he of the hill they would he forced to re- 1 ad so much time to alleviate type to allow individuals to float port it and at the same time . his situation in the past and along, from one of the so-called would be free of anv liability.’ have done nothing " ¡training programs to another, He added that there was no School hoard members had no until receiving a monthly gov- intention of encroaching on the , ■ *aj parent's right to discipline a Paratroopers prntccled nine 0f life." he added child The law is very clear in Negroes who entered Little1 Ellender said that under the that respect, he said.' k Central High School in government financed training ——-— — 1057 Last August. 123 Negro programs after World War II. 1 SECOND HOMER students walked into desegre-1 some persons went from school TOKYO (AP)—Daryl Spencer, gated schools without trouble, j to school, all the while receiving former major league infielder Negroes now attend formerly' government payments. with the .San Francisco Giants, all-white schools at every level; The new program, he said, hit his second home run of the in Little Rock. j should only aim to see to it Japanese baseball season Sun • Rock Central now has "that indivduala and communi- 33 Negroes enrolled, the highest ties are given the opportunity number in any one school. and encouragement to better Eleven school districts in Ar-itheir present conditions ’* 0 hi a* hue • N< grot*-- attend day. ■nccr now plays with the Hankyti Rra\ cs ing integrated classes The rest Mnemizo By Kayo of the state's 110 205 Negro stu-1 dents attend segregated schools Negro leaders say Little Rock HOSPITAL QUALITY DRESSING _ for minor skin injuries. TOKYO (UPI) — Takao Mae j mizo. second ranked middle -j , . weight in Japan, knocked out h.-,, only inched »«ay from sec Samarat Sornd.enf of Thiil.ndl legation, and us*s a pupil place ment law to obstruct Integra lion Last Wednesday, Sen J Wil ham Fulhright, D Ark . speak ing against the civil rights hill, said integration at Little Rock now is n "model of progress." Red Guerrillas Capture Vietnam Defense Post SAIGON, South Viet Nam; (UPI) — Communist guerrillas! were disclosed today to have captured a South Vietnamese self-defense force post about 80 miles southwest of Saigon But officials said the Communist forces suffered heavy losses in the action Loss of the post in Khien Phong Province was reported bv Vietnamese military officials .itter South Viet Nam’s highest government body gave a unan* | mous vote of confidence to strongman Maj Gen Nguven Khanh in a move hailed as un dersenring unity of the armed forces Military officials estimated that more than 50 Communist \ ict Cong guerrillas were killed in the attack on the Mtcu Ong sclfdefen.se post and related clashes. Other sources said, however, that American military advisers in the area esli- mated the Communist dead at about 20 in the third round of a sched uled 10-rounder Sunday night. hOROilNi ^ *H!ft Silky smooth. 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