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Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - April 6, 1964, Ruston, Louisiana s Down In West Lincoln Parish Recounts Damage TOM UMDttWOOO fjfff rVWWVIV 0r WIIM wMcw Nona Mi family IsBatMalafl fcal Iffv A tornado swept down In western Lincoln Parish yester day and damaged and timber cross fivemOe At least seven houses wert counted with some so from the twister which tint hit about Sun The Lincoln Parish Chap American Red Cross has made a disaster report to the national and wi inspection team was due here today to survey the damage and establish rehabilitation plans for the families nccording to Helen Thomt chapter executive seem Homes known damaged were occupied by Tom Ernestine Aaron Fra Lonnlo and Pren tis all and Oiff of the rural community about 3a miles southeast of and Ardis of town one mile west of A number of other houses a long the twisters path had les ser with a number of rooftops having fie I1ISTII Daily Leader VOtUMl LOUISIANA APRIL 1964 HICI MVI CINTf Final Tribute To Mac Arthur To Taylor Review Book TURN the follow LouArk section of the of Petroleum Engineers of the American Institute of Min Metallurgical urn Engineers Shreveport the South Arkansas chapter of the American PetroleumInsti tute of El and the Tech student chapter of the SPE of the Jay president shingles Of Louisiana will review blown loose in the Grambling nis The Reluctant residential as a feature of a Joint meeting No Orchard Damage Of three petroleum organizations The twister started withi n H4 the Student Center hero Thurs miles of the Sumrall day April and did its final damage about Thc will be at one mile from the Mlt tended by membcf8 cham two of the par ishs largest peach Neither reported any damage at all to the Mrs Mitcham said this morn We had terrific but we needed that water in the ground The storm apparently hit first at the homes of Lon and Prentis all each other 3 miles southeast of in the Simsboro At oyster cocktails gas wijl be followed by a Hardest hit was the Aaron shrimp banquet at 7 pre Frazier house which was lifted ceding the talk by the Tech pres off its foundation and dropped The price will be a down again about 20 feet The front part of the The book authored by Tay house was caved the rob lor describes the life of a soldier suffered and the sepi during the rate garage was completely Raymond assistant torn down twisters path professor of petroieum engine could bev seen leading away ering at the review from heavytree by Taylor will ba of trunks shredded and debris technical nature but that it will the son and Claiborne Parishes are nurled heiteMikelter through provide a variation from the forage School for pasture forage tbe talks usually presented at a me jrfpHculturul workers underway and the pasture and forage man Frazier said he and his wife etingof at Polytechnic Jnstiagement of were in housewhen the in Ruston for the inast five the LSU AgrieGIlural hit will be held in the Slu ment dent Union Building on the LW Agricultural workers from Lonnie Frazier about 100 campus at 7 Monroe Those yards suffered similar ing Out He Has Returned HOLD ifcoyo4 t4 riteir hotiMia UooVStottPhotot Forage School i i Graduate 60 Tuesday t 7 t f OUST TO DUST MM tura to namcrf the narioni mil died Thw it acterittic of MacArthur 4ur infl hit World War II and Korean Conflict with wellknown cob ntcth a portion of the now fomout I tholl mode ot ho rotrootcd from the foil of tho pinot in World War ree Electors Campaign To Go On With Or Without McKeHhcn t lilted PrrM NEW YORK IUPI A soldier nf the gray Douglas MaeArihur of Samar Mi In chon find a thousand camp fires on a hundred battlefields was homo today in death hi the city he onco called greatest in the The withered body of the old fighter and statesman lay custixly of tho Army he watched over by members of the armed services of wMeh was the senior ranking It was received by Garrison Davidson com mander of the First and was to remain for the day at a funeral chapel only two blocks from the starting point oi General MacArthurs trtum phul homecoming parade here 13 years It was on city hall steps in that Yorks with 7a million persons cheering the general MacArthur began his speech This is the greatest city in the Cainr Home Again He hud said that New York is my home by day night he came home The cortege that traveled the superhighways t h r o u g h the night from Washington arrived here shortly before 11 eight and onehalf hours alter his death in Walter Reed Army Medical on Aprl Certificates will be a enorlled in the school and a as the twister inscrib warded to the 60 agricultural number of others interested in ed one side of a Yshaped supply commercial ug pasture and forage production tern beginning with his riculturul federal and and ether phases of agriculture The paths merged northeast of agency representatives in the area will attend the grathe Aaron and Lonnie Frazier others who have attended duation which will fMlMttto the five sessions be a dinner Lonnie is Aaron Fraziers oflhe Instructors at the school are Aarons house sits beinqvirfof Hiroufh Principal speaker will be representative of the Ameri tween Lonnies and his fathCrotU frltndi or Acting pi Dr N D Prentis The folkwinf MM of tho Louisiana State can p0tash Qlen tis Frazier house suffered roof con AKricultuml fcxtc associdte agronomist toet if NEW ORLEANS With said last or without the support of Stale Harold Montgom Eleet John Lou fry of chairman of the isiana conservatives will contiri Louisiana Commiltee for Free ue their campaign for froo elec a leader of the movement His topic will be wjtn Extension Dawson Lonnie describinc the contributionof superintendent of the LSU Hill one freak effect of the fire and forage imprpvemcnt jarm Experiment Station at said a heavy lumber floor on a ami TJvcstock jjpmcr Esper pulpwood truck parked in his economy of North Central Lou chief agronomist with yard was ripped up and tossed itpfct and ways in whteh the the Best David over a wide Two power potential can be assistant agronomist saws which were on top of the of Pasture and af LSU Red Rivcr Valley were left dangling from word Accidents Result In Two Arrests School Iftft i u MIp Experiment Station at Cuitis tne unfloored associate pro The families who rode out fOSsor of plant pathology at lhe wlnds gaid the damage was ljSU Wayno Failin according to Mori drja conservationist with agronomist with Exten the Soil Conservation Service About IVi r WEATHBt is to give all agricultural and w E Monroc woiikers an opportunity to be familiar wjth the Jack Nominotiont Tontorrow nf Toch negro girls from Orambling were dayt 2l 1y City Police Saturday for shop JiftioC several downtown busin About 1 mile further the twister struck down Tom said his tain and three children were in thc4r house when the wind Nominations for canidates for The top and front of cStudentSenate and class of the house was lifted off by a at Louisiana Tech are due twisting in room 202 A quartermile the roof in was taken off the According to the revised con home and barns and the primary election at the will be held from until lff Pesnell residence were 5 on April a if necessary on Tues Aimer Negro resi toTOftMADO 71 51 Tlie zone forecasts men wera ar rested by local officials for reckless driving following acci dents Kelly 52yearold Negro Route was charged wilh reckless driving by City Police Sunday when the 1963 Ford he was driving hit a park ed 1986 Pontiac on Jones Street shortly after 2 The owned by Wil lie 1510 Branscomo received an estimated issued his statement after Me K e i apparent ly abandoned unpledged elec Montgomery said McKeithen during his gubernatorial cam did not take a dofinito stand on tho electors but assured him privately he was in now under favor of the stand being The National Library Week But McKeithen said in a nows program is a voluntary citizens conference Friday he believes movement dedicated to tlie long presidential candidates of both rangc of encouraging major pintles shxild uppciir on tjme reading increasing lisiana General elect s of and Plans Well Under Way Plans and preparations for the annual observance of Nation al Library April In was in city of his that Qngress 13 years a nation old soldiers never they just fade At be fought his lastf death in a struggle that IsMM more than a bfpn The general of the Aiinys winner of his countryshlgkjset military the Medal m and a briiliant front commander in three died at EOT of MtV FINAL 1 Aim of tho free electors move ment is lo elect a slateof presi dential Hectors either unpledged or pledged to a Southern Con servative and withhold Louisi anas electoral votes from the national party The unpledged electors vvoulfl run against a slate of electors pledged to the national party people pending rnd improving the total reading and library resources of the The National Book in cooperation with tlie A mericau Library Association sponsors National Library More then sixty national organ izations of all kinds participate actively in the The tremendous public resp The winning site would go on the November bal to the program from in State Police charged Louis under the traditional symbol in 1958 gives clear evi 28yetfrold Of tho Democrat parly in Loll Of widespread belief in its 1107 Arlington Rust the s bjcctives and of a general con Ruston Considerable wMt reckkraa driving Sunday McKeithen said for quality of intellect cloudiness and mild this afterwhen the liw Chevrolet lie was nominees should appear under eommunity atid in tonight and tomorrow with driving left the road and their traditional For scattered showers tn a dllch lht me A Of interest to area the this afternoon and to actident occurred on Lin 76 to LjDwest tonight Parish Road 142 shortly A showdown fighl over M to 0 Variable winds 5 to 15 alter 5 is becoming southerly 10 lo City Police report when lhe State C 20 an accident at the Iral Committw meets day and fill 11 a storybook hour for citizens which will be out at the Lincoln Parish Dem onstration Library during Nat ional Library Week will feature Around Tfce Corner M lhe North LouisUim ment Station says that ww mji have u big peuch crap tbto av v two iuvttilcs wcre afticr 1 f to sevpral ladtes gar from Bealls Dcnariiment Morgin It Car s and OMier ivrrests by poHce inc litdcd ioiiie Belle 14yuwr Washington beinti drunk and using pro language 21yenrold no Box arrest y finturday for iwlng Box arrested Saturday for re Utqas Richard W Jvojvtt trrerted Satur for Ronald Philip otiUi arrested Sal for drinking hi Morgan wait nationally nued yesterday over tin but very few Ruston knew that a InmoJa Hi The front office of had a face Ulting by and see tha Get ready for ary April U In Homtt Wrecked in Twisttr Sundoy City Fkvmea weeavnd liirm Friday PiuductK raportad the twinter that hit Ctvtt
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