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28 State of Louisiana.

29 WHEREAS, the enactment of Act 2 of 1972 by the members

30 of the Legislature of the State of Louisiana made the

31 Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 a reality; and

32 WHEREAS, the legislature has been very generous in its

33 support of the convention by appropriating sufficient funds

34 for its operations; and

35 WHEREAS, the legislature has made its own facilities



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1 available for the use of the convention when necessary; and

2 WHEREAS, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention

3 of Louisiana of 1973 very much appreciate the support and

4 assistance of the legislature; and

5 WHEREAS, the Constitutional Convention is privileged to

6 have several outstanding members of the legislature, past and

7 present, who have made lasting contributions to the history

8 of our state and this convention; and

9 WHEREAS, delegates of the Constitutional Convention

10 recognize the close parallels between constitutional law

11 which they have been considering and statutory law which

12 members of the legislature consider; and

13 WHEREAS, delegates to the Constitutional Convention of

14 Louisiana of 1973 and members of the Legislature of the State

15 of Louisiana have a deep and abiding interest in the future

16 of our state.

1'' THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional

18 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 commend and express its

19 appreciation to the Legislature of the State of Louisiana and

20 its members individually, in this manner, for their invaluable

21 contributions to the deliberations of this convention.



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Final Enrollment

Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 59

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alarlo, Alexander, Anzalone,
Arnette , Assef f , Avant , Badeaux , Bel , Bergeron , Blair, Bollinger, Brlen,
Brown , Bums , Burs on , Cannon , Carmouche , Casey, Champagne , Chatelain,
Chehardy, Comar , Conino , Conroy , Corne , Couen , D'Gerolamo, De Blieux,
Dennery , Dennis , Derbes , Deshotels , Drew , Dun lap , Duval , Edwards , Elkins ,
Fayard , Flory , Fon tenet , 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, 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 , 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, Veslch,
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 Richard L. Barrios , Jr . ,

Chief Sergeant-At-Anns , and his staff for the services

rendered Che convention.

WHEREAS, since its inception, the Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973 has had the efficient and courteous services
of Richard L. Barrios, Jr., as its Chief SergeanC-At-Arms ; and

WHEREAS, the convention has been able to conduct Its de-
liberations In an orderly and decorous manner because of the
efficient work of Mr. Barrios and his staff, Sergeants-AC-Arms
Wilmer Baudola, L. G. Brassett, E. 0. Callleteau, Dan Campbell,
Ellis Dalgle, Joe Dazzlo. Freddie Donald, Macon Geao, David
Hamilton, Raymond Hollouay, Eddie Joe, Heyvood Jeffers, Joseph
Keith, Bill Mlddleton, Steve Mogabgab, Joseph Richard, Mike
Skinner, Charles Taylor; Security Personnel Wi-ison Chancy, Van
Foster, Glenn Roepp, Lemmle Walker, and messengers.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973 and its delegates, individually, commend
and express their sincere appreciation to Mr. Barrios and his
Btaff, Sergeants-At-Arms; Wllmer Baudoln, L. C. Brassett, E. 0.
Callleteau, Dan Campbell, Ellis Dalgle, Joe Dazzlo, Freddie
Donald, Macon Gean, David Hamilton, Raymond Holloway, Eddie
Joe, Heywood Jeffers, Joseph Keith, Bill Mlddleton, Steve
Mogabgab, Joseph Richard, Mike Sklnnei , Charles Taylor, Security
Personnel; Wilson C|,aney, Van Foster, Glen Koepp, Lenmiie Walker,
and messengers.

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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Final Enrollment

Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 60

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alarlo, Alexander, Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff, Avant , Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien,
Brown, Bums, Burson, Cannon, Carmouche , Casey, Champagne, Chatelaln,
Chehardy, Comar, Conino, Conroy, Come, Cowen, D'Gerolamo, De Blleux,
Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew, Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins,
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, Kllboume, Kllpatrick, 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, Rlecke , Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schmltt, Segura, Shannon, Slngletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat ,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thlstlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vlck, Wall, Warren, Wattlgny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wlsham, Womack,
and Zervlgon

A RESOLUTION

To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to the staff personnel

serving under the offices of the chairman of the convention

and treasurer of the convention for the services rendered

the convention.

WHEREAS, the office of the chairman of the convention has
been ably and efficiently served by Gale B. Clausen, Personal
Secretary to the Chairman, Roy Fugler, Assistant to the Chairman;
and

WHEREAS, the office of the treasurer of the convention
has been skillfully and capably assisted by Bernlce Weaver,
Chief Accountant, Brenda St. Romaln, Assistant Accountant, and
Carol Turk, Clerk; and

WHEREAS, these staff personnel have greatly contributed
to the smooth and efficient operation of the Constitutional
Convention of Louisiana of 1973.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional
Convention of Louisiana of 1973 and Its delegates, individually,
commend and express their deep appreciation to Gale B. Clausen,
Personal Secretary to the Chairman, Roy Fugler, Assistant to the
Chairman, Bernlce Weaver, Chief Accountant, Brenda St. Romaln,
Assistant Accountant, and Carol Turk, Clerk, Hr their capable

and efficient efforts that have contributed to the smooth
operation of the convention and the successful com-
pletion 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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Final Enrollment

Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 61

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'Gerolamo, 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, Kllboume, 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 , Rayburn, Reeves. Rlecke , Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schmitt, Segura, Shannon, Slngletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat ,
Stagg , Stephenson , Stinson , Stovall , Sutherland , Tapper, Tate ,
Thlstlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Veslch,
Vlck, Wall, Warren, Wattlgny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wlsham, Womack,
sad Zervigon



A RESOLUTION

To express appreciation to the officials, operators and messengers of

South Central Bell Telephone Company for the telephone services

provided to the delegates of the Constitutional Convention ot

Louisiana of 1973.

WHEREAS, the South Central Bell Telephone Company has provided
excellent telephone services to the delegates of the Constitutional
Convention of Louisiana of 1973; and

WHEREAS, It Is a real public service to make available to delegates
telephone facilities In that the service greatly facilitates communica-
tion between each delegate and the people of the state; and

WHEREAS, the convenience of providing telephone and messenger
service to the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 has helped
tremendously in lessening the burden of performing our delegated duties,
particularly since the service has been furnished with such competence
snd courtesy.

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the officials of the South Central

Bell Telephone Company and the operators and messengers furnished by

South Central Bell are hereby extended the official appreciation of

the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 and sincere personal
commendation of each delegate thereof for their distinguished performance

of a much needed service.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this Resolution be

transmitted to South Central Bell Telephone Company.



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Final Enrollment

Constitutional ConventioQ of Louisiana of 1973

DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 62

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alarlo, Alexander, Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff, Avant, Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brlen,
Brown, Bums, Burson, Cannon, Cannouche, Casey, Champagne, Chacelaln,
Chehardy, Comar, Conlno, Conroy, Come, Cowen, D'Gerolamo, De Blieux,
Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew, Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins,
Fayard, Flory, Fontenot, Fowler, Fulco , Gauthier, Glarrusso, Glnn,
Goldman, Graham, Gravel, Grier, Guarlsco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes, Heine,
Hernandez, Jack, A. Jackson, J. Jackson, Jenkins, Jones, Juneau, Kean,
Kelly, Kilboume, Kilpatrlck, Lambert, Landrum, A. Landry, E. J. Landry,
Lanier, LeBleu, Leigh, Leithman, Lowe, McDaniel, Martin, Hauberret,
Maybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh, Rachal , Rayburn, Reeves, Rlecke , Roemer,
Key, Sandoz, Schmitt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
Thistle thwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vick, Wall, Warren, Wattigny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wisham, Womack,
and Zervlgon

A FESOLUnON

To commend the members of the news media for their service to the

public during the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of

1973.

VHEREAS, the members of the news media of Louisiana, Including
the newspapers, radio, and television, have reported the actions
and deliberations of the convention in its sessions and In its.
committee hearings for the past twelve and a half months with a
•ense of responsibility to the public and to their profession; and

WHEREAS, the members of the news media are to be commended
for ■ Job veil done in relating the proceedings of this convention
accurately and with a sense of history; and

VHEKEAS, the people of this state have been Informed of the
progress and accomplishments of the convention,

THEBF.FORE , BE IT RESOLVED, by the Constitutional Convention
of Louisiana of 1973, that the delegates of the convention take
this means of commending the members of the news media for their
excellent coverage of the events of this rorvedtion.



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Final Enrollment

CoQStltuClonal Conventioti of Louisiana of 1973

reLEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER 63

Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alario, Alexander, Anzalone,
Amette, Asseff, Avant , Badeaux, Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien,
Brovn , Bums , Burs on , Cannon , Carmouche , Casey, Champagne , Chatelain ,
Chehardy, 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. Grler, Guarisco, Hardee, Hayes, Haynes, Heine,
Bemaadez, 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, Hire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez, O'Neill, Ourso,
Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh, Rachal, Rayburn, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer,
Roy, Sandoz, Schmitt, Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Sonlat,
Stagg, Stephenson, Stlnson, Stovall, Sutherland, Taoper, Tate,
Thistlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo, Velazquez, Vesich,
Vldt, Wall. Warren, Wattigny, Weiss, Willis, Winchester, Wisham, Womack,
cad Zervigon

A RESOLUTION

To commend and express sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Louisiana

APL-CIO for the use of equipment and workers.

WHEREAS, the Louisiana AFL-CIO has provided the most modern remote
public address, audio, and recording equipment available for the use and
convenience of the Constitutional Convention, and

WHEREAS, the Louisiana AFL-CIO has provided workers to operate said
equipment, and

WHEREAS, these workers have spent many long hours operating and maln*
talnlng this equipment, and

WHEREAS, said equipment and workers have been Indispensable to the
effective and efficient operation of the Convention, and

WHEREAS, said equipment and workers would have been available to the
Convention only at considerable expense to the Convention and their pro-
vision by the Louisiana AFL-CIO has resulted in great savings to the
Convention, and

WHEREAS, this action on the part of the Louisiana AFL-CIO has been
a great service to the Constitutional Convention and the people of the
State of Louisiana.

THEREFORE. BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional Convention of

Louisiana of 1973 commends and expresses its sincere gratitude and
Sppredfltl^n to the Louisiana AFL-CIO,

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy pf this Resolution be transmitted
to the LPuiPiene afl-cio.



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^ Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973
^ DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER U-f

^ Introduced by Delegates Henry, Abraham, Aertker, Alario,
^ Alexander, Anzalone, Arnette, Asseff, Avant, Badeaux,

^ Bel, Bergeron, Blair, Bollinger, Brien, Brown, Burns,
Burson, Cannon, Carmouche, Casey, Champagne, Chatelain,
Chehardy, Comar, Conino, Conroy, Corne, Cowen, D'Gerolamo,



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

Dunlap, Duval, Edwards, Elkins, Fayard, Flory, Fontenot,
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25 A RESOLUTION

26 To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

27 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to Louisiana State

28 University and Agricultural and Mechanical College and

29 the Louisiana State University Law School, its dean,

30 faculty, and staff for the use of its facilities.

31 WHEREAS, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and

32 Mechanical College and the Louisiana State University Law

33 School, have graciously extended their hospitality to the

34 Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 by providing

35 working space in the Law Center and the use of the library and



Fowler, Fulco, Gauthier, Giarusso, 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,
Maybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, 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,
Thistlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo,
Velazquez , Vesich, Vick, Wall, Warren, Wattigny, Weiss,
Willis, Winchester, Wishara, Womack, Zervigon



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1 other facilities to the research staff of the convention; and

2 WHEREAS, the working space in the Law Center and the use

3 of the Law School Library's extensive legal collection and

4 other facilities have been provided by Louisiana State

5 University and Agricultural and Mechanical College and the

6 Louisiana State University Law School without cost to the

7 convention; and

8 WHEREAS, the dean, faculty, and staff members of the Law

9 School have graciously cooperated with the research staff and

10 the Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973.

11 THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional

12 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 commena and express its

13 appreciation to Louisiana State University and Agricultural

14 and Mechanical College and the Louisiana State University Law

15 School, its dean, faculty, and staff.

16 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that a copy of this Resolution

17 be transmitted to Louisiana State University and Agricultural

18 and Mechanical College and the Louisiana State University Law

19 School.



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1 Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

2 DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER "^-J

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

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

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

6 Burson, Cannon, Cantiouche, 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 Leigh, 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,
^^ Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat, Stagg,
^^ Stephenson, Stinson, Stovall, Sutherland, Tapper, Tate,
^^ Thistlethwaite, Thompson, Tobias, Toca, Toomy, Ullo,

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

^^ Willis, Winchester, Wisham, Womack, Zervigon
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25 A RESOLUTION

26 To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

27 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 to the individuals who

28 have assisted the convention.

29 WHEREAS, the task of writing a new constitution and the

30 responsibilities of the delegates to the Constitutional Con-

31 vention of Louisiana of 1973 have been complex and complicated;

32 and

33 WHEREAS, the work of the convention would have been

34 difficult to accomplish without the aid and assistance of

35 the many people who aided and assisted the Constitutional



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1 Convention of Louisiana of 1973 before and during its exis-

2 tence; and

3 WHEREAS, for many months prior to the convening of the

* Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973 and continuing

5 through the year of the convention's existence the Louisiana

6 Legislative Council and xts staff has given invaluable assis-

7 tance to the convention and its staff; and

8 WHEREAS, this assistance has been in the form of untold

9 numbers of hours of advice, counsel, research, and other

10 forms of assistance given graciously and whenever called

11 upon; and

12 WHEREAS, in its beginnings, the research staff of the

13 convention had to rely almost exclusively on the resources

14 of the Legislative Council for its research capability; and

15 WHEREAS, the Division of Administration has worked very

16 closely with the convention and in particular the office of

17 the treasurer of the convention; and

18 WHEREAS, the Division of Administration at the outset

19 of the convention assigned Jim Falkner, a member of its

20 staff to assist the treasurer of the convention; and

21 WHEREAS, the decorum and safety within the convention

22 hall and the areas in close proximity to the convention

23 could not have been assured but for the unceasing efforts

24 of the State Police officers assigned to the Constitutional

25 Convention of Louisiana of 1973; and

26 WHEREAS, the staffs of the Speaker of the House of

27 Representatives and the Clerk of the House have rendered

28 valuable help and assistance to the convention and the

29 delegates when called upon to do so; and
WHEREAS, the Secretary of State, the Attorney General,

and the Custodian of Voting Machines and their staffs have

32 responded promptly and fairly when called upon to aid the

33 convention in resolving some of the problems confronting

34 it; and

35 WHEREAS, the courtesies which have so generously

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1 been supplied to the delegates to the Constitutional Conven-

2 tion of Louisiana of 1973 throughout its deliberations by

3 the newspapers delivered daily by the Shreveport Journal

4 without charge to the convention; and by the complimentary

5 copies of "Citizen's Guide to the 1973 Constitutional Conven-

6 tion" and other material distributed by the Public Affairs

7 Research Council of Louisiana greatly contributed to serving

8 the needs of the delegates to the convention.

9 THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Constitutional

10 Convention of Louisiana of 197 3 commend and express its

11 appreciation to the abovementioned individuals, agencies,

12 organizations, and to all others who have contributed for

13 the services they have rendered and the contributions they

14 have made to the successful completion of a new constitu-

15 tion for the State of Louisiana.

16 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution be spread

17 upon the official journal of the convention and that a

18 copy hereof be distributed to the persons, agencies, and

19 organizations named herein.
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i Constitutional Convention of Louisiana of 1973

2 DELEGATE RESOLUTION NUMBER (^.^

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

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

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

6 Barson, Cannon, Carmouche, Casey, Champagne, Chatelain,

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

^ DeBlieux, Dennery, Dennis, Derbes, Deshotels, Drew,

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

1" Fowler, Fulco, Gauthier, Giarusso, 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,
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25 A RESOLUTION

26 To commend and express the appreciation of the Constitutional

27 Convention of Louisiana of 197 3 to the Honorable Edwin

28 W. Edwards, Governor of the State of Louisiana.

29 WHEREAS, the Honorable Edwin W. Edwards, Governor of the

30 State of Louisiana, has long maintained that a need existed

31 for a new constitution; and

32 WHEREAS, Governor Edwards advocated the calling of a

33 constitutional convention during his campaign for governor;

34 and

35 WHEREAS, soon after his inauguration, Governor Edwards



Leigh, Leithjnan, Lowe, McDaniel, Martin, Mauberret,
Maybuce, Miller, Mire, Morris, Munson, Newton, Nunez,
O'Neill, Ourso, Perez, Perkins, Planchard, Pugh, Rachal,
Rayburn, Reeves, Riecke, Roemer, Roy, Sandoz, Schmitt,
Segura, Shannon, Singletary, Slay, Smith, Soniat, Stagg,



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