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ACcommtssunink , Precinct 2 ir:930,0 2e r . voTE FO k murk MI DAVStumitrms — MOH MRS FR BUA aViiraLC.14:R PRICINCT 1 tWiTi rant KV:AIM .. .. Jo hn Sp rag e ns Jr. ……. .. earcFuture May 2 / Tues. / Freeport: The Army Corps of Engineers and the Environmental Protection Agency hold a joint hearing on a proposal to construct a pipeline across coastal wetlands near Freeport. At 9 a.m. in the Freeport Intermediate School, 331 W. 4th Street. May 3 / Wed.: It’s National Sun Day, so declared by President Carter and the Congress. Across Texas, cities large and small plan to celebrate by educating the public about solar energy. Bus tours of solar installations, solar exhibits, talks and “sun fairs” are planned. For events scheduled in your area, contact Texas Solar Energy Society, 1007 S. Con443-2528. National address: Sun Day, Suite 110, 1028 Connecticut Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20036. May 5-6 / Fri.-Sat. / Houston: “Revitalizing the Inner City for People” is a conference sponsored by the League of Women Voters and others. For time and May 6-7 / Sat.-Sun. / Austin: “Making Solar Work,” a conference sponsored by the Texas Solar Energy Society, coincides with the culmination of the capital city’s Solar Energy Fair in Zilker Park. Members and friends invited. At the Ramada InnGondolier, IH 35 and Riverside. May 9 /-.Tues. / Austin: The University of Texas World Order Studies program conducts a sym posium on “Austin and the Southwest in a Changing World.” Speakers include James Koomer, chairman of the University of Houston System commitee on alternatives to growth; Jim Hightower, Observer editor; and humorist John Henry Faulk. From 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. in the Texas Department of Community Affairs auditorium, 210 Barton Springs Road. Information: Lynn May 15-17 / Mon.-Wed. / Dallas: Another seminar on solar energy especially for industry people. Contact New York University Conference Center, 360 Lexington Avenue, New York, May 16 / Tues. / Dallas: Common Cause’s Dallas chapter holds its monthly meeting. Newcomers invited. At 7:30 p.m., St. Mark’s School, 10600 Preston Road, second floor library. May / Houston: The Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority board meets in public to hear who wants what in the way of countywide public transportation. All sessions begin at 7:30 p.m. Meetings through mid-May in elude: May 2 at Blue Triangle Branch YWCA for the Third Ward and MacGregor area. May 4 at Pasadena’s Parkview Intermediate School for Deer Park, LaPorte, Pasadena, South Houston and Lomax. May 9 at Wesley Elementary School for the Acres Homes, Little York and Northline neighborhoods. May 10 at the Clear Lake Courthouse Annex for Pearland, Friendswood, Seabrook, Alta Loma, Webster, Clear Lake, Nassau Bay, El Lago and Taylor Lake Village areas. May 11 at Grady School for the Galleria, Post Oak, Westheimer and Tanglewilde areas. Vicki Vaughan his calendar is an information service for Observer readers. Notices must reach the Observer at least three weeks before the event. classified TYPING. Can’t do it yourself? Or don’t have the time? Professional typing at reasonable rates in Austin or by mail around the state. WRITING, EDITING, RESEARCH. Manuscript analysis, proofreading, indexing. Articles, brochures, speeches, annual reports, books. Get your words’ worth from THE WORD DEPARTMENT, P.O. Box 6762, PRO-BINGO book matches. Fifty books $3.00 postpaid includes literature. Tasar, Box 50667, Dallas 75250. PRO-BINGO ballpoint pens. Two pens $1.00 postpaid includes literature. Tasar, Box 50667, Dallas 75250. NEW ORLEANS ON $8 A YEAR. The Weekly Courier, 1232 Decatur, New Orleans, LA 70116. JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Texag Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 7th, Austin 78701. RECORDER PLAYERS. Looking for recorder music? We have largest library in West. Come in or send for catalog. Amster Recorder Co., 1624 Lavaca, Austin 78701. BACKPACKING MOUNTAINEERING -RAFTING. Outback Expeditions, P.O. Box BOOK-HUNTING? No obligation search for rare or out-of-print books. Ruth and John 8, Box 173, Austin 78703. CORRECTIONS SHOULD CONCERN YOU! Joint Endeavor is inmate published and edited to keep you informed of the developments in the nation’s prisons. ‘Bi-monthly, send $5 check or money order to Joint Endeavor, P.O. Box 32, Huntsville 77340. IRISH TIN WHISTLES. Bb, C, D, Eb, F, and G. Any three for $10 postpaid. Amster Music, 1624 Lavaca, Austin 78701. Classified advertising is 300 per word. Dis’. counts for multiple insertions within a 12month period: 25 times, 50 percent; 12 times, 25 percent; 6 times, 10 percent. THE TEXAS OBSERVER 23