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summer jobs. Pool commented, “In my opinion this is the proper approachthe only practical approach in keeping with the American tradition of free enterprise to the eradication of the root-causes of poverty.” Beaumont Cong. Jack Brooks, an exMarine, praised the Marines at Khesanh: “At a time when the young people of our country are receiving notoriety for the actions of a vocal, irresponsible few, it is appropriate to recognize this group of young Americans with the average age of 20 years who have, by the heroism and patriotism, added Khesanh to that long list which includes the Chosin Reservoir, Iwo Jima, Belleau Wood, and the storied halls of Montezuma and shores of Tripoli.” Another day Brooks enthusiastically commended to the Record’s readers the remarks of President Johnson before the Arthritis Foundation, when the president declared, “I refuse to accept the diagnosis of fatal sickness in our society.” A number of times in recent weeks Cong. Olin Teague, Bryan, has introduced remarks in the Record under the title, “Do We Have an Attorney General?” These are usually excerpts of newspaper columns or letters expressing alarm over the nation’s crime rate and what Teague believes to be the inadequate response of US Atty. Gen. Ramsey Clark. Cong. Omar Burleson, Anson, spoke out in defense of Texas honor recently, introducing an editorial from the Abilene Reporter-News in reply to a column by Ted Lewis of the New York Daily News. Lewis had noted with some pleasure that next year, for the first time in 35 years, Texas will have none of its native sons in key positions of power in Washington. The ReporterWews editorialized, “There is an intense, even irrational bias against Texas now, and against President Johnson. One of his greatest sins in the eyes of his critics is the place of his birth and home …. Any objective evaluation by historians, political scientists and writers ATHENA MONTESSORI SCHOOL SUMMER SESSION Ages 2-7 Red River at 41st GR 6-9700 or GL 4-4239 Leo Nitch, Director would conclude that the nation is richer for the fact that in crucial periods of our history, there were men of great wisdom and integrity in key positions of govern ment equal to the problems and oppor tunities thrust upon them. The place of their origin and residence, geographically, neither enhances or detracts from their records, even if many were from Texas.” G.O. June 7, 1968 13 MEETINGS THE THURSDAY CLUB of Dallas meets each the Downtown YMCA, 605 No. Ervay St., Dallas. Good discussion. You’re welcome. Informal, no dues. The TRAVIS COUNTY LIBERAL DEMOCRATS meet at the Spanish Village, 802 Red River, at 8 p.m. on the first Thursday. You’re invited. CENTRAL TEXAS ACLU luncheon meeting. 2nd Friday of every month. Scholz’. From noon. All AUSTIN WOMEN FOR PEACE /WOMEN STRIKE FOR PEACE meet twice monthly. Call GR 6-3755 or 477-1282 for more information. ITEMS for this feature cost, for the first entry, 7c a word, and for each subsequent entry, 5c a word. We must receive them one week before the date of the issue in which they are to be published. WOULD YOU BELIEVE IT . . . . . . IF WE TOLD YOU THAT At age 35, we’ll insure you for $10,000 . . . for 30 years, and at 65, Return you over 95% of your premiums? At age 45, we’ll insure you for $10,000 . . . for 20 years, and at 65, Return-, you over 90% of your premiums? At age 54, we’ll insure you for $10,000 . . . for 11 years, and at 65, Return you over 88% of your premiums? WE WILL. It’s our Life Paid Up at 65 Plan. It’s available at other ages too, with similar benefits. FROM A UNIONIZED COMPANY! AMERI4CAN INCOME LIFE l AtOteMee Executive Offices, P. 0. Box 208, Waco, BERNARD RAPOPORT President Texas