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Over 80 personalized accounts from women who participated in every level of government .. . from the school board to the White House. prolect of SARAH EDDINC;TON IANE HICKI E AND DEA.rIN A FITZGERALD ELIZABETH W. FERNEAN Edited MARILYN P. DUN CA “The book of practical knowledge all politicians need.” Liz Carpenter “Both enlightening and humorous:’ Lloyd Bentsen, U. S. Senate $6.95′ plus 50c postage$7.45 each Send check or money order to: Foundation for Women’s Resources, c/o Austin Women’s Center, 711 San Antonio, Austin, Tx. 78701 put an end to the practice. His HB 1122 would force utility companies and their stockholders to foot the bill for all ads except those dealing with conservation. Bush says it’s time the utilities gave up advertising that encourages energy consumption. As can be expected, the gas, electric and telephone people oppose the legislation. But joining them are the Texas Press Association of Broadcasters \(290 fear that conservation advertising will Replacing Castillo Houston Even before Senate confirmation hearings began on the presidential appointment of Houston city controller Leonel Castillo as chief of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, they were lining up for his job back home. “They” were a diverse group of candidates twelve were given final consideration, down from a prophetic thirteen who competed for city council’s favor. \(It was the council’s job to appoint someone to serve out Castillo’s term, Feminist Kathryn Whitmire, a CPA and member of the University of Houston’s business faculty, was the first to announce her availability for the $14,800-a-year post. Only days after the rumors of Castillo’s pending appointment began to circulate here, she appeared before the council to make her pitch. Next came longtime councilman Homer Ford, who is fearful of losing his seat to a black or brown Houstonian because of increasing pressure from the city’s minorities to elect at least a few of the eight councilmen by district voting. Although elected at-large, Ford officially represents a predominantly black district, where he has come out the loser in the last two elections. He kept his seat only because he was able to beat his black opponent citywide. Ford wanted his fellow councilmen to keep him alive politically by making him controller, and then appoint a black to replace him on the council. This tidy little plan garnered a lot of support from the councilmen, who were eager to appease the city’s black voters, and blacks themselves, who have wanted some company for realtor Judson Robinson Jr., the first black ever elected to the council. But then, only days after Ford told re DOOKS, 503 5 WEST 17 TH 476.0116 Aristin, Texas M701 La Fonda de la Noche Southwestern Cuisine Liberal Food–Conservative Prices 2405 Nueces .-44, 474-7562 wI ANDERSON & COMPANY COPPICE TEA SPICES ATISTIN, TEXAS 78731 512 453-1533 Send me your list. Name Street City Zip Person& Service Quality Insurance ALICE ANDERSON AGENCY INSURANCE & REAL ESTATE 808A E. 46th, Austin, Texas 459-6577 Printers Stationers Mailers Typesetters High Speed Web Offset Publication Press Counseling Designing Copy Writing Editing Trade Computer Sales and Services Complete Computer Data Processing Services , *MINIM . . . a. ”’.’ Inz. pass LIP 1,1111/1 512/442-7836 1714 South Congress P.O. Box 3485 Austin, Texas 78764