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29 " / / A. The alternative provision drafted by the Con-

30 stitutional Convention which provides for five

31 constitutional boards for the governance of

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1 two constitutional boards for the governance

2 of education; "

3 (2) Thirty days prior to the election the board of

4 supervisors of elections in each parish shall appoint three

5 commissioners and one clerk to preside over the election of

6 each polling precinct, each of whom shall be a qualified voter

7 of the ward in which the polling precinct is located. If the

8 election is held as a special election, no watchers shall be

9 used. If the election is held at a general election the com-

10 missioners, clerks and watchers appointed therefor shall be

11 used, notwithstanding any of the provisions hereof;

12 (3) Voting machines [booths] shall be used for the

13 conduct of the election and insofar as practical the provisions

14 of R.S. 18:1161 through 18:1198 shall be applicable;

15 (4) Absentee voting is authorized in the election and

16 insofar as practical the provisions of R.S. 18:1071 through

17 18:1081 shall be applicable.

18 (5) The convention chairman and secretary, or either

19 of them, are hereby jointly and severally granted the full

20 power and authority to do all things which they or either of

21 them may deem necessary effectively to carry out the provi-

22 sions of this Resolution, including but not limited to the

23 right to make full and final interpretations of the intent and

24 meaning of this Resolution, subject only to judicial review,

25 and to act for and in behalf of the convention in regard to,

26 but solely limited to, the manner of the election, including

27 when necessary the changing of any of the provisions hereof,

28 and they shall have the convention's unlimited authority to call

29 upon any instrumentality of the state or its political subdi-

30 visions to cooperate in the furnishing of services, facilities

31 and employees for the purpose of carrying out the convention

32 responsibilities of the convention in providing for the manner

33 of the election;

3* (6) The cost of printing of tally sheets, cards of in-

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1 persons shall bo paid by the state and shall be prepaid and dis-

2 tributed by the state officials normally having responsibility

3 therefor. All expenses imposed by law upon the parish governing

4 authorities and accordingly paid in connection with the election

5 shall be reimbursed to the parish governing authorities by the

6 state upon warrant of the parish treasurer drawn on the state

7 auditor, supported by such proof as the state auditor requires.

8 (7) The polls for the election shall be opened at 6:00 a.m.

9 and closed at 8:00 p.m. All persons within the barriers or

10 buildings where the election is being held may vote until 12:00

11 o'clock midnight on the election day. Before, during and after

12 these hours, the commissioners, clerks and others mentioned

13 herein or provided for shall have all of the powers and duties

14 granted and shall be subject to the obligations and penalties

15 imposed by R.S. 18, S§557, 558, 559, 560, 561, 562, 563, 567,

16 568, 569, 574, 575, 576, 577, 578, 579, 580, 581, 582, 583, 584

17 585, 586, 587, 588, 589, 590, 591, and 593 (together with other

18 pertinent provisions of Title 13) insofar as the same be appli-

19 cable and not inconsistent with the provisions of this Resolution.

20 As to R.S. 18:567 the requirements as to the votes for candidates shall

21 be deemed to refer to the constitution and alternative provi-

22 sions submitted so as to give said Section meaning as to this

23 election. The results of the election shall be promulgated by

24 the Secretary of State on December 2, 1974.

25 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that each and every instrumentality

26 of the state and its political subdivisions (including by

27 specification the office and staff of both the Secretary of State

28 and the Custodian of Voting Machines) are hereby called upon,

29 in accordance with law, to cooperate with this convention

30 and its designated officers to the fullest extent in furnishing

31 services, facilities, and employees to this convention, upon

32 request, to effectuate the calling and holding of the election

33 herein contemplated.

34 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that there is hereby allocated, if

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and the obtaining of such further authority as the law may
require, up to the sura of $45,000.00, to the secretary of state
for the State of Louisiana to be used by him in carrying out
the necessary and usual functions of his office in connection
with this election, including those relative to the furnish-
ing of appropriate and comprehensive instructions to the
proper party or parties as to

(A) Voters and commissioners;

(6) Posting of notices;

(C) Computation by commissioners of precinct returns;

(D) Transmission of returns;

(E) Tabulation and promulgation of returns into both
parish and statewide returns7

(F) Time for compilation of tabulation of returns;

(G) Promulgation of returns and time and manner in
which publication is to be made;

(H) Recordation of results by clerks of court on
machines before they are cleared; and



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20 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the chairman or a majority

21 of the officers of this convention be and he or they are hereby

22 authorized to call this convention into session without

23 per diem for any purpose for which he or they shall in

24 their discretion deem necessary and appropriate to further

25 provide as to the form and manner of submitting to the

26 electors of this state the constitution, together with

27 alternative provisions relative to education and for any

28 additional purpose or purposes not inconsistent with law.

29 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the provisions of this

30 Resolution shall take preference and priority over and shall be

31 paramount to any rule, provision, Resolution or other action

32 heretofore adopted or taken by the convention relating to

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1 Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

2 DELEGATE RESOLUTION NO. >^0

3 INTRODUCED BY DELEGATE DENNERY
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5 A RESOLUTION

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7 Relative to the printing and distribution of copies of the

8 constitution throughout the state.

9 BE IT RESOLVED by the Constitutional Convention of

10 Louisiana of 1973 that the publication of the constitution

11 in the official journal of the state, prior to the election,

12 and the printing and distribution of copies of the constitution

13 throughout the state, prior to the election shall be accomplished

14 and paid for by the convention, and the Executive Committee is

15 directed to do all things necessary and proper to accomplish

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Final Enrollment

Coostltutlonal Convention of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 54

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham^ Aertker, Alarlo, Alexander, Anzalone-.
Amette, Asseff, Avant , Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brlen,
Brown, Bums , Burs on , Cannon , Carmouche , Casey, Champagne , Chatelaln »
Chehardy, Comar, Conino, Conroy, Corne , Cowen, D'Gerolamo, De Blieux,
Dennery , Dennis , Derbes , Deshotels » Drew, Dunlap , Duval , Edwards , Elklns,
Fayard, Flory, Fontenot , Fowler, Fulco, Gauthler, Glarrusso, Glnn,
Goldman , Graham, Gravel , Grier , Guar Is co , Hardee , Hayes , Haynes , Heine ,
Hernandez , Jack , A. Jackson , J. Jackson, Jenkins , Jones , Juneau, Kean ,
Kelly, Kilboume, Ktlpatrlck, Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry,
Lanier, LeBleu, Leigh , Lelthman , Lowe , McDaniel, Martin , Mauberret ,
Haybuce , Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh , Rachal, Raybum, Reeves, Rlecke, Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schmltt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Sonlat,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stlnson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thlstlethwalte , Thompson , Tobias , Toca , Toomy , Ullo , Velazquez , Veslch ,
Vlck, Wall, Warren, Wattlgny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wlsham, Womack,
and Zervigon

A RESOLUTION
To conmend and express the sincere gratitude and appreciation of

the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to

Norma M. Duncan, Director of Research, and her staff for

the invaluable services rendered the convention.

WHEREAS, Norma M. Duncan has provided the Constitutional
Convention of Louisiana of 1973 with her outstanding background,
experience, and achievement and has tirelessly and skillfully
served this convention in the capacity of Director of Research;



WHEREAS, the convention has progressed and accomplished
its objectives to a large extent through the efforts of Mrs.
Duncan and her staff; and

WHEREAS, the many hours spent by Mrs. Duncan and her staff
in assisting the delegates and the Constitutional Convention of
Louisiana of 1973 have been invaluable to the Constitutional
Convention and the State of Louisiana; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Duncan and her staff. Coordinators Lee Hargrave,
Audrey LeBlanc, and Gene Tarver; Executive Secretary Kachy Goss;
Administrative Assistant Dan Blake; Clerical Supervisor Irmie
Gaudet; Senior Research Assistants Ramon Arango, J. Reginald
Coco, Jr., Leroy Colter, R. Judge Eames, C, B. Forgotston,
Stephen Glassell, Jerry Hood, Walter Landry, Charles Machen,
Lois Klchelll, James Norris, Scott Reis, Joe Smith and Harry
Wood; Junior Research Assistants Marius Carrlere, Carol Coltharp,



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Jean Conner, Betty Field, Frank Koles , Robert Pellegrln and Fred
Tlnsley; Lav Clerks Jasper Pharr and Gall Sandle; Secretaries
Molse Allen, Rexie Axtieta, Marietta Bell, Betty Blanchard,
Paula Brumfleld, Meredith Bunker, Johnnie Burks, Judy Cooper,
Rita Ferachi, Mary Ann Fields, Paula Lato, Beverly Leake,
Dolores McGibbon, Connie McManus, Margaret Matherne, Debbie
Pratt and Judy Williams; Typists Judy Bishop, Gail Broussard,
Cludy Cambre, Diane Couch and Lucy Tynes; Proofreaders Connie
Brooks, Jerel Downing, Gretchen Gerstner, Martha Gibson,
Olivia Johnston, Jane Noble and George Waldroup; Librarian
Patsy Moore; Receptionist Adrlenne Patty; Docket Clerks Ellen
Ferguson and Frank Pizzolato; Law Students Michae-l Baer, Richard
Brazan, Richard Cryer, Joseph Rausch, Reginald Ringuet, Bernice
Roberts, Michael Wascom and Jay Zalney; Machine Operators Shirley
Cor ley, Marvin Dorsey, Howard Gist and Terry Toney; and
Messengers Willie Lunkin and Brenda Smith, have worked late
hours and weekends tirelessly and impartially to meet, to the
fullest extent possible, the individual and combined needs of
the delegates Co the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of
1973; and

WHEREAS, Mrs. Duncan and her staff have given of their
constitutional expertise to the Constitutional Convention of
Louisiana of 1973 and have provided the delegates, the committees,
and the convention with research, legal counsel, proposal and
resolution drafting , amendment preparation, digesting, and
numerous other means of assistance; and

WHEREAS, without the ability and dedication of Mrs. Duncan
and her staff the work of the Constitutional Convention of
Louisiana of 1973 would have been an extremely difficult task to
accomplish.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional Con-
vention of Louisiana of 1973 and its delegates, individually, do
hereby express grateful appreciation and the highest commendation
to Norma M. Duncan, Director of Research, and her staff.
Coordinators Lee Hargrave, Audrey LeBlanc, and Gene Tarver;



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Executive Secretary Kathy Goss; Administrative Assistant Dan
Blake; Clerical Supervisor Innle Gaudet; Senior Research Assistants
Ramon Arango, J. Reginald Coco, Jr., Leroy Colter, R. Judge Eames,
C. B. Forgotston, Stephen Glassell, Jerry Hood, Walter Landry,
Charles Machen, Lois Michelli, James Norrls, Scott Reis, Joe
Smith and Harry Wood; Junior Research Assistants Marlus Carrlere,
Carol Coltharp, Jean Conner, Betty Field, Frank Koles , Robert
Pellegrln, Fred Tlnsley; Law Clerks Jasper Pharr and Gall Sandlc;
Secretaries Molse Allen, Rexle Artleta, Marietta Bell, Betty
Blanchard, Paula Brumfleld, Meredith Bunker, Johnnie Burks, Judy
Cooper, Rita Ferachi, Mary Ann Fields, Paula Lato, Beverly Leake,
Dolores McGlbbon, Connie McManus, Margaret Matherne, Debbie
Pratt and Judy Williams; Typists Judy Bishop, Gall Broussard ,
Cindy Cambre, Diane Couch and Lucy Tynes; Proofreaders Connie
Brooks, Jerel Downing, Gretchen Gerstner, Martha Gibson, Olivia
Johnston, Jane Noble and George Waldroup; Librarian Patsy Moore;
Receptionist Adrienne Patty; Docket Clerks Ellen Ferguson and
Frank Plzzolato; Law Students Michael Baer, Richard Brazan,
Richard Cryer , Joseph Rausch, Reginald Ringuet, Bernice Roberts,
Michael Wascom and Jay Zalney; Machine Operators Shirley Corley,
Marvin Dorsey, Howard Gist and Terry Toney; and Messengers Willie
Luokln and Brenda Smith, for their faithful dedication and the
high quality of the work and service which they have performed
toward the successful completion of a new constitution for the
State of Louisiana. and its people.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread upon
the official Journal of the convention and that a copy hereof be
distributed to each of the persons named herein.



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Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NU!IBER 55

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alario, Alexander. Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff. Avant, Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien,
Brown, Burns , Bur son. Cannon, Carmouche, Casey , Champagne, Chatelain,
Chehardy , Comar , Conine, Conroy , Corne , Couen , D 'Gerolamo, De Blieux ,
Dennery , Dennis , Derbes , Deshotels , Drew, Dun lap, Duval, Edwards , Elk ins ,
Fayard , Flory , Fontenot , Fowler , Fulco , Gauthier , Giarrusso , Ginn,
Goldman, Graham, Gravel, Grier, Guarisco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes, Heine,
Hernandez, Jack, A. Jackson, J. Jackson, Jenkins, Jones. Juneau, Kean,
Kelly, Kilbourne. Kilpatrick. Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry,
Lanier, LeBleu, Leigh. Leithman, Lowe, McDaniel, Martin, Mauberret,
Kaybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Mewton. Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh. Rachal. Rayburn, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer ,
Roy, Sandoz. Schmitt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thlstlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias. Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vlck, Wall, Uarren, WatCigny, Weiss, WUlis. Winchester, Wisham, Womack,
and Zervlgon



A RESOLUTION
To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to David Poynter, Chief

Clerk, and his staff for the services rendered the convention.

UHEREAS, David Poynter has provided the Constitutional Con-
vention of Louisiana of 1973 with his excellent background and
experience and has ably and faithfully served this convention in
the capacity of Chief Clerk and Parliamentarian; and

WHEREAS, the convention has functioned smoothly and effi-
ciently In its sessions largely due to the sVclllful performance
of the office of the clerk of the convention under the direction
of Mr. Poynter; and

WHEREAS, the accuracy of the official record of the conven-
tion, the dally Journal, has been due to the close attention and
supervision provided by Mr. Poynter and his staff; and

WHEREAS, the smooth operation of the office of Chief Clerk
and the prompt attention to the myriad details In connection
therewith is a tribute to the ability and dedication of Mr.
Poynter and his staff. Edward Hardin, Assistant Chief Clerk,
C. Wayne Hays, Journal Clerk, Samuel J. Bonnette, Jr., Calendar
Clerk, Richard Broussard, Assistant Calendar Clerk. Eugene Limar ,
Assistant Endorsement Clerk, Julia LaBauve. Secretary to the Clerk,
Alfred Speer, Head Page, Jules Regard, Assistant Head Page, and



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pages.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Che Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973 and its delegates, individually, commend and
express their deepest appreciation to David Poynter, Chief Clerk,
and his staff, Edward Hardin, Assistant Chief Clerk, C. Wayne
Bays, Journal Clerk, Samuel J. Bonnet te, Jr., Calendar Clerk,
Richard Broussard, Assistant Calendar Clerk, Eugene Limar,
Assistant Endorsement Clerk, Julia LaBauve, Secretary to the
Clerk, Alfred Speer, Bead Page, Jules Regard, Assistant Head
Page, and pages, for their invaluable services and the capable
and untiring efforts that have contributed in large measure
tc the smooth and efficient operation of the convention and the
successful completion of a new constitution for the State of
Louisiana and its people.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread
upon the official Journal of the convention and that a copy
hereof be distributed to the persons named herein.



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Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

lELEGATE FESOLUTION NUMBER 56

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alarlo, Alexander, Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff, Avant, Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien,
Brovn, Bums, Burson, Cannon, Cartnouche , Casey, Champagne, Chatelain,
Oiehardy, Comar, Conino , Conroy, Come, Cowen, D'Gerolamo, De Blieux,
Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew, Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins ,
Fayard, Flory, Fontenot , Fowler, Fulco, Gauthier, Giarrusso, Ginn,
Goldman, Graham, Gravel, Crier, Guarisco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes, Heine,
Hernandez, Jack, A. Jackson, J. Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, Juneau, Kean,
Kelly, Kilboume, Kilpatrick, Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry,
Loiler, LeBleu, Leigh, Leithman, Lowe, McDanlel, Martin, Mauberret,
Maybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh , Rachal, Fayburn, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schmitt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Sonlat,
Stags, Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thlstlethwalte , Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vlck, Wall, Warren, Wattlgny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wisham, Womack,
■ad Zervigon



A BESOLUTION

To cosmend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

CoDTeotlon of Louisiana of 1973 to Jane Noble, Chief Clerk,

Enrolling Room and her staff for the valuable services

Tendered the convention.

HBEEEAS, the authenticity of all official proposals and
resolutions Introduced and the validity of all amendments
thereto by the convention has been maintained largely due to the
dedicated and skillful performance of Jane Noble, Chief Clerk,
Enrolling Room and her staff; and

NHEREAS, Jane Noble and her staff, Agnes Booper, Assistant
Clerk, Margie Gaudin, Jean Glaze, Maxlne Maglone, Claire Morvant,
Jcaae Noble, Elizabeth Polltz, Mary Roush, Martha Schllcht, and
Connie Swanner have labored diligently throughout the sessions
of the convention and given tirelessly of themselves to provide
the necessary assistance and accuracy which has greatly benefited
the smooth operation of the office of the clerk of the convention.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973 comiend and express Its sincere appreciation
to Jane Noble and her staff, Agnes Hooper, Assistant Clerk, Margie
Gaudin, Jean Glaze, Maxlne Maglone, Claire Morvant, Jesse Noble,
Elizabeth Folltz, Mary Roush, Martha SchllchX , and Connie Swanner
for the capable and untiring efforts that have greatly contrib-
uted to the smooth operation of the convention and the successful
completion of writing a new constitution for the State of Louisiana
and its people.

BE IT FDRTHER RESCLVFD, that this Resolution be spread upon
the official Journal of the convention and that a copy hereof
be distributed to the persons named herein.



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Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973"

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 57

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alario, Alexander, Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff, Avant, Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien,
Brown, Bums, Burson, Cannon, Carmouche , Casey, Champagne, Chatelain,
Chehardy, Comar, Conino, Conroy, Come, Cowen, D'Gerolauio, De Blieux,
Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew, Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins ,
Fayard, Flory, Fontenot, Fowler, Fulco, Gauthler, Giarrusso, Ginn,
Goldman, Graham, Gravel, Grier, Guarisco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes, Heine,
Hernandez, Jack, A. Jackson, J. Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, Juneau, Kean,
Kelly, Kilboume, Kilpatrick, Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry,
Lanier, LeBleu, Leigh, Leithman, Lowe, McDaniel, Martin, Mauberret,
Maybuce , Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh , Rachal, Raybum, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schraitt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stlnson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thlstlethwaite, Thomoson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vlck, Wall, Warren, Wattigny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wlsham, Womack,
and Zervlgon

A RESOLUTION

To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to Jane French, Chief

Clerk, Official Transcript Office and her staff for the

valuable services rendered the convention.

WHEREAS, the accuracy of the official transcripts of the
convention has been largely due to the dedicated and skillful
performance of Jane French, Chief Clerk, Official Transcript
Office and her staff; and

WHEREAS, Jane French and her staff, Peggy Burgess, Barbara
Cllngo, Mary Crochet, Nancy Cross, Dorothy Flory, Carleen
Huffstlckler, Mike Laf leur,Marva Tuminello, Mary Wright, and
Joyce Young have given tirelessly of themselves to provide
the necessary assistance which has greatly benefited the
smooth operation of the office of the clerk of the convention.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973 commend and express Its sincere appreciation
to Jane French and her staff, Peggy Burgess, Barbara Cllngo, Mary
Crochet, Nancy Cross, Dorothy Flory, Carleen Huffstlckler, Mike
Lafleur, Marva Tuminello, Mary Wright, and Joyce Young for the
capable and untiring efforts that have greatly contributed to the
smooch operation of the convention and the successful completion
of writing a new constitution for the State of Louisiana and Its
people.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread upon
the official journal of the convention and that a copy hereof be
distributed to the persons named herein.



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1 Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

2 DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 5^^

3 Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alario,

4 Alexander, Anzalone, Arnette, Asseff, Avant, Badeaux,

5 Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien, Brown, Burns,

6 Eurson, Cannon, Carmouche, Casey, Champagne, Chatelain,

7 Chehardy, Comar, Conino, Conroy, Corne, Cowen, D'Gerolamo,

8 De Blieux, Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew,

9 Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins, Fayard, Flory, Fontenot,

10 Fowler, Fulco, Gauthier, Giarusso, Ginn, Goldman,

11 Graham, Gravel, Grier, Guarisco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes,

12 Heine, Hernandez, Jack, A. Jackson, J. Jackson,

13 Jenkins, Jones, Juneau, Kean, Kelly, Kilbourne, Kilpatrick,

14 Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry, Lanier, Lebleu,

15 I,eigh, Leithman, Lowe, McDaniel, Martin, Mauberret,

16 Maybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez,

17 O'Neill, Ourso, Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh, Rachal,

18 Rayburn, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer, Roy, Sandoz, Schmitt,

19 Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat, Stagg,

20 Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,

21 Thistlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo,

22 Velazquez , Vesich, Vick, Wall, Warren, Wattigny, Weiss,

23 Willis, Winchester, Wisham, Womack, Zervigon
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26 To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

27 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to the Legislature of the



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