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.h1% ” ir NI\\ 11111111 MAI 11111411. 1111111/111. JIM 111111111iL11111 1111111111r1L -1116641111111k 111110″ SLOE 1111111/ 111111111W VW’ IMP MEN WOMEN WORK OVERSEAS!! Australia ‘Europe Japan The South Pacific Africa Far East South America Central America Middle East $800.00 to $4000.00 Per Month Tax Benefits U.S. Government, Private Corporations and Organizations. Construction Engineering Sales Transportation Teaching Oil Refining Medical Accounting Manufacturing Secretarial Aircraft, etc., etc. If you like travel, excitement and adventure, then overseas employment is for you. To allow anyone the opportunity to explore overseas employment we have published a complete set of Overseas Employment , Guides. Our Overseas Employment Guides contain the following information .. . List of CURRENT OVERSEAS JOB OPPORTUNITIES with a special section on overseas construction projects, executive positions and teaching opportunities. How, Where and Whom to apply for the job of your choice OVERSEAS! FIRMS and ORGANIZATIONS employing all types of Personnel in nearly every part of the Free World. Firms and organizations engaged in OVERSEAS CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS, MANUFACTURING, MINING, OIL REFINING. SECRETARIAL, AIRCRAFT. ENGINEERING, SALES, SERVICES, TEACHING, ETC! COMPANIES and GOVERNMENT AGENCIES employing personnel in nearly every occupation, from the semi-skilled laborer to the College trained professional. How and Where to apply for OVERSEAS GOVERNMENT JOBS! Employment on U.S. Government ships “MERCHANT MARINES”! Directory of U.S. Businesses operating in AUSTRALIA that employ Americans. List of U.S. DEFENSE CONTRACTORS with operations OVERSEAS THAT EMPLOY Americans! Information about TEMPORARY and SUMMER JOBS OVERSEAS! You will also be told How to write your resume or application letter! How to plan your job hunting compaign! How to conduct yourself in a job interview! Plus many professional tips that may mean the difference between landing the job of your choice or missing out. MAIL OUR ORDER FORM TODAY!!! The Job You Want OVERSEAS May Be Waiting For You Right Now!! ORDER FORM Overseas Employment Guides 1727 SCOTT ROAD, SUITE C BURBANK, CA 91504 I am enclosing $10.00 cash, check or money order. Please send me your complete set of OVERSEAS EMPLOYMENT GUIDES immediately. NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE Or charge this order on your BankAmericard or Master Charge BankAmericard Account No . Expiration Date Master Charge Account No. Expiration Date 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE If your are dissatisfied with our Overseas Employment Guides, for any reason, simply return our Guides to us within 30 days and your $10.00 will be refunded to you immediately. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. 7IP Viva Dolph From our believe-it-or-not depart ment comes word that Dolph and Janey Briscoe are co-winners of this year’s El Sol award, given annually to honor exemplary Mexican-Americans for outstanding public service. Previous winners have included former White House aide Carlos Conde, GI Forum founder Dr. Hector Garcia of Corpus Christi, and former Arizona governor Raul Castro. And, now, El Patron and La Patrona themselves, the first gringos to be so honOred. El Sol is a chicano periodical published in Houston by Rev. James L. Novarro, pastor of St. Paul’s Baptist church there and national chaplain of LULAC, one of the oldest MexicanAmerican organizations in the country. Announcing this year’s winners at an Austin press conference, Novarro said that the Briscoes were chosen as “a symbol of family life in Texas.” That left the press corps speechless for a moment. Well, added Novarro, the award was also going to the Briscoes in recognition of the governor’s appointment of Mexican-Americans to state jobs. Aha! With Briscoe locked in a serious struggle with John Hill for next year’s Democratic gubernatorial nomination, this looks to be a bit of press gimmickry designed to dress up the incumbent for Mexican-American voters. Novarro says nothing could be further from the truth; quite on the contrary, the Briscoes were chosen for the award long before it was known the governor would run for reelection. Possibly, but Briscoe’s reelection plans have been a poorly kept , secret ever since he held that gargantuan fund-raising bash for big business supporters on a Uvalde ranch last December. Then, too, Novarro didn’t call the news confererke promoting the awardthe press advisory was put out by the Good Neighbor Commission of Texas, a state agency headed by one of Briscoe’s Mexican-American appointees, Eddie Aurispa. The release only cost the taxpayers a couple of bucks to put out, explained Aurispa, and besides, it is “in line with our responsibilities for promoting understanding between His panic peoples and the citizens of the state.” This issue’s Political Intelligence was gathered and written with the help of Vicki Vaughan, Debi Pomeroy and Teresa Acosta. THE TEXAS OBSERVER 11