San Antonio Express from San Antonio, Texas on April 5, 1972 · Page 10
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«e ■e •«Il % ii « Page 10-A SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS - Wednesday, Aprii 5, 1972 Vote Cost Forms Mailed to Counties Bv JON FORD CHIEF, EXPRESS CAPITOL BUREAU AUvSTIN — Secretary of State Bob Bullock Tuesday mailed to county political party officials form requests for detailed estimates of May 6 primary election expenses. Bullock, Texas’ chief election officer, sent out the forms and instructwns immediately after Gov. Preston Smith signed a new law providing for state financing of the primaries. Smith signed the McKool- Stroud Finance Act in Dallas, home of the sponsors Sen. Mike Mc-Kool and Rep. .lames Stroud. The measure (SB I) was passed last Thursday in a brief special legislative session. It provides $2 million in state aid to pay primary bills. Smith called it “good legislation,” and said more than 40 states have similar laws underwriting the cost of the primaxy system. Bullock warned county party chairmen that they must complete prescribed forms and submit sworn estimates of May 6 primary expenses to his office inmiediately to get state funds. “Once these sworn estimates are returned and reviewed . I shall draw warrants in the amount of three-fourths of the total expense,” Bullock said. “K the amount does not equal the actual expenditure, then an additional warrant will be drawn after the election.” Bullock noted that Atty. Gen. Crawford C. Martin specifically requested that SB 1 contain a provision that no state funds can be used to pay expenses incurred prior to the act’s effective date (April 4). DON CAVNESS . . . Appointed Martin Joins in Bid For Sharp Case Prolje EXPRESS CAPITOL BUREAU AUSTIN - Texas Atty. Gen. Crawford C. Martin Tuesday joined U.S. Rep. Henry B. Gonzalez of San Antonio in requesting the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee to review background of a Justice Department decision to grant immunity to Frank Sharp. Martin, in a letter to Sen. James 0. Eastland, D-Miss., noted that the panel is now considering confirmation of acting U.S. Atty. Gen. Richard Kleindienst. Daniel Sees ’73 Win as Speaker Governor Acts on Coastal Resources Program EXPRESS CAPITOL BUREAU AUSTIN — Gov. Preston Smith Tuesday announced that he was taking three specific actions that will help accomplish “orderly developnient of coastal resources for optimum multiple use, as well as protection and conservation of these resources and their beauties.” The governor’s prepared remarks were delivered by his executive assistant, Dan Petty, at a noon meeting of the Texas Coastal Zone Conference on campus at the University of Texas. Smith was en route to Dallas to sign into law legislation en acted in the special session to provide for a means of state financing of party primary elections for 1972. The governor noted that pro­ posed federal legislation wouldiBO days on the status of all pro- ers which are being built,” policy and population distribu create a coastal zone authority which would receive federal funds, plan for the use of coastal resources and implement the plan. In anticipation of the proposed federal legislation. Petty said the governor, in the first of his three proposals, will instruct j the Interagency Council on Natural Resources and the Environment to speed up work on the Coastal Zone program and have specific recommendations to the 63rd Legislature. The second action will be to instruct the Interagency Council to contact all “agencies and individuals who are concerned with and who are interested in deep water ports in Texas, and report back to (the governor) in posals and studies for offshore Smith’s remarks read, deep water ports which would accommodate the massive tank- tion program in the Coastal “And, thirdly I am instructing Zone and (to) r e p o r t to me my staff to look at a growth prior to the 63rd Legislature. Dress Code Cases Go Business Equipment SPECIAL Business Equipment Co. 515 CULEBRA 735-6106 “It appears that this would be a proper time and place to explore the background of that decision (to grant Sharp immunity from further prosecution), which was most likely -made in the highest councils of the Jus tice Department,” Martin wrote. Houston financier Sharp re- c e i V e d a three-year probated prison sentence and a $5,000 fine in Houston last year after pleading guilty of two minor banking and securities law violations. He was granted immunity from further criminal prosecution in exchange for his testimony about involvement of others in deals with his banking-insurance empire. EXPRESS CAPITOL BUREAU AUSTIN — State Rep. Price Daniel Jr. of Liberty Tuesday said he was continuing his race for House speaker in 1973 based on four proposed statutes calling for legislative reform and freedom from commitment to special interest groups. Daniel’s comments came after Rep. Don Cavness of Austin was named speaker pro tempore of the House Tuesday. Daniel said the election of Rep. Rayford Price of Palestine as “temporary interim speaker” last week has “very little effect on his own chances of winning the race” next year. He said 26 of 77 votes received by Price came from House members who are not seeking re-election. Of the 51 re- Before State Board maining votes, Daniel said, dozen or more came from representatives who face uphill fights in bids for re-election, and several votes were cast by lawmakers who have indicated they would vote for him in 1973. There will be at least 58, and perhaps as many as 75 or 80, new House members next year, Daniel said. The appointment of Cavness as speaker pro tern was effective immediately. 6 DAYS ONLY Mon. thru Sat. April 3 thru 8th 8x 10 PORTRAIT in living color s - I (AP)—Two AUSTIN challenging the validity of school hair-length rules go before the State Board of Education Saturday. The board will be asked by a former Bula teacher and Texas City High School pupil to throw out the codes. Education Commissioner J. W. Edgar ruled in January that the school districts were within their rights to tell teachers and pupils how long they could wear their hair. Sammy D. Sawyer, a high school math teacher in Bula, Bailey County, was fired because he refused to have his hair cut above his collar line. His hair barely touched his shirt collar. Charles Delgado, a lOth-gra- der at Texas City High School, OFFICIAL RESIGNS cases I was suspended because he re fused to comply with a dress code prohibiting hair styles that fall below the collar line. “The district believes after full study and after three years experience with the rule that it is essential as one of the bases for maintaining necessary standards of discipline,” Edgar said in his decision in the Delgado case. The vice principal at Texas City High said the youth’s hair hung an inch below the collar line at the time of his suspension. Sawyer’s hair also came slightly below the collar line. In 1970, the last time a grooming case came before the board, it overruled Edgar and found that the Keirville school district had illegally fired a high school math teacher for wearing a smaU beard. 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