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Largest Manufacturer of Political Printing in Texas IFJ TURA .,-sli p P. 0. BOX 3485 AUSTIN, TEXAS PRESS INC Hickory 2-8682 -ve Hickory 2-2426 1714 SOUTH CONGRESS AVENUE AMERICAN INCOME LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of Indiana announces with pride appointment of LYMAN JONES former Public Relations Director, Texas. AFL-CIO as Director of its UNION LABOR DIVISION AMERICAN INCOME LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Underwriters of the Union Labor Disability Policy Executive Offices P. 0. Box 208 Waco, Texas Bernard Rapoport, President _ C A runoff victory of Oscar Mauzy, the labor lawyer who faces David Ivy in Dallas. The Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers caluculated 39 liberal-moderate victories in 76 house races, not counting runoffs, and forecast a house of 70 conservatives, 50 liberals, 25 moderates and 18 Republicans. V Dorsey Hardemaii proved, by 61 votes, to be the winner in the race against Sen. Pete Snelson of Midland, but Republicans have been smiling over maps of the district, which includes Midland and Odessa, and thinking ahead to November, when Hardeman will face the GOP candidate, Ray St. Germain of Midland. V Gene Freeland, secretary-treasurer of the Dallas AFL-CIO Council, dropped, with a resounding thunk, the hint that labor there might endorse Republicans. He said the council “will certainly look at all the candidates,” and the Dallas Times Herald said it learned of the chance that labor will back Republicans James Collins V As to the next session, Stuart Long said the third Connally term will mean heavy emphasis on water, and new taxation ; Sam Wood, Austin American-Statesman political writer, said that Connally would be using hints of a fourth term to keep the lawmakers in line next spring. V The Texas State Teachers Association said it will ask next year for a $60per-month pay raise and an additional $35a-month raise every two years to keep up with the national average. Last time, it was “$45-in-’65.” L. P. Sturgeon, chief teacher lobbyist, said that the TSTA’s preelection poll was for “objective information” and was not a “pressure tactic.” V Ruling on a section of the law creating the education superboard, Atty. Gen. Carr said the panel can approve construction at the state colleges only in cases where none of the cost comes from funds provided in the constitution, or where none of the money comes from junior college district ad valorem taxes. This leaves the EUR OPE An unregimented trip stressing individual freedom. Low cost yet covers all the usual plus places other tours miss. Unless the standard tour is a “must” for you, discover this unique tour before you go to Europe. EUROPE SUMMER TOURS 255 Sequoia, Dept. JPasadena, California board with authority over an estimated 25,4 -50% of building. . . . Carolyn Patrick of the Dallas News offered a thorough review of salary supplements for state officials and reported several legislators planning action on the problem. Dr. Jack Kenny Williams, the superboard’s education czar, will be drawing $40,000 a year, including $17,500 from sources the board declines to name and Williams says he has not had identified to him; the supplement makes him the highest-paid official in Texas.. V Partners of the Alliance, the Dallas good-neighbor group, is paying Speak er Barnes’ way to Peru for a two-week survey to seek chances for cultural and edu cational exchange and private investment. Rep. Ralph Wayne of Plainview will go, too. As to Washington g # The Herald Tribune’s Evans and Novak now write that Cong. Wright Patman may have exempted the President’s business interests from scrutiny in the at man committee’s probe of bank ownership, but that the question may be forgotten in the furor over Patman’s move \(made bank records. . . . One Washington news paper reportedly has stopped identifying Patman as a Democrat and labels him, instead, as a Populist. Cong. Earle Cabell’s proposal to re quire two-thirds vote of the U.S. Supreme Court to overrule state or federal law is the first legislation he has proposed, and he says he will keep trying with it, even if unsuccessful in the major push he plans for it this session. Cong. Pool said a survey of his con gressional district showed that 86% of the people there believe that pro-Viet Cong demonstrators should be jailed and fined, and he promised to push his bill to punish troop-train blockers, draft-card burners, and those who send plasma and presents to the wrong side. Cong. Walter Rogers of Pampa was unhappy when the superconservative Americans for Constitutional Action labeled him “a mere puppet of LBJ” for voting simply “present” as the rent supplement plan scraped past; he said he was paired with a sick colleague from West Virginia, who needed to go to the doctor. Sen. Yarborough has protested to the chairman of the board of AT&T, and May 27, 1966 13