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The Dickson Campaign work with the Rural Electrification Administration. Who knows how great an influence he exerted on casual acquaintances, on his neighbors, and on the legislators he buttonholed? What an inspiration he was to Quakers within the South Central Yearly Meeting. He is survived by his widow, Elizabeth Starr, eight sons, one daughter, many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. One son preceded him in death. I often had the privilege to sit with him in his office. It was not a shiny one in town, just a little room tucked away in his farm house, a huge old desk, and books from floor to ceiling; his wife, attuned to every visitor, nearby, and always some of the children, grandchildren or great-grandchildren visiting a gentle atmosphere, harmony and peace emanating from the home in the country, the farm which for six decades was the home of a great Texan, a great man, Mr. William B. Starr. MARGARET HOFMANN, 610 Cardinal Lane, Austin. Austin “That wonderful Fagan Dickson!” a topechelon Austin Republican exclaimed over the phone after Dickson announced for Congress against Jake Pickle on a “Lyndon, come home” platform. “If a Republican tells me he’s going to vote in the Democratic primary, I’m going to tell him he should vote for Fagan Dickson and Don Yarborough,” my Republican friend continued. “Mind, I won’t be urging him to vote in the Democratic primary, but if he tells me he intends to, then I can’t think of anything better for him to do than vote for those two fellows. Don would do more to tear up the Establishment’s doll house than any Republican could. I don’t think we could beat Don in NovemberI just think Don Yarborough would be about the best thing that could happen to Texas.” Bush Would Have Won I think George Bush, the Republican congressman from Houston \( who has drawn neither Democratic nor Republican elected governor of Texas this year, had Feb. 16, 1968 13 ATHENA MONTESSORI SCHOOL CHILDREN 2-6 Red River at 41st GL 4-4239 or GR 6-9700 IN WACO DARRELL BEDFORD FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING SUITE 317 IS OUR GENERAL AGENT FOR THE Special Union Labor Disability Policy This is the policy that pays you $200 per month when you are disabled and unable to work due to sickness or accident. . . . pays IN ADDITION to benefits received elsewhere for workmen’s pensation, health and welfare, group and Union benefits. corn . . . up to FIVE YEARS for accident. . . . up to TWO YEARS for sickness. . . . with an ARBITRATION CLAUSE for Union Labor. . . . offered by a company whose employees are’ organized and represented by Local 277 of the Office and Professional Employees International Union of the AFL-CIO. A MERICAN INCOME LIFE l inAtelawee Executive Offices, P. 0. Box 208, Waco, Texas BUIFIARD RAPOPORT President