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earcFuture May 22-26 / Mon.-Fri. / Austin: The Board of Pardons and Paroles meets to review cases of inmates up for parole, act on emergency reprieve requests and related matters. At 9 a.m. in the Stephen F. Austin Building, Room 711. InMay 26-27 / Fri.-Sat. / Austin: “Mental Health for the People of Texas,” is the theme of a Hogg Foundation seminar. Conference delegates and the public focus on the findings and recommendations for Texas of the presidential commission on mental health. First public session, 9 a.m. to noon Friday. Information: June 1 / Thurs. / San Antonio: The Texas Water Commission convenes an open hearing to consider a permit request to mine uranium in Karnes County. At 10 a.m. in the San Antonio River Authority Building, 100 E. Guenther. 475-1311. June 5 / Mon. / Lubbock: The Joint Committee on Migrant Farmworkers of the Texas Legislature meets at 1:30 p.m. in city council chambers, city hall. In475-3275. June 9 / Fri.: Last day to submit written comments for the record as the Army Corps of Engineers nears the end of its review process involving the permit applications of Amoco Production Company and Gulf Oil Corporation for Mustang Island. Island. Plans for work are on view at Corps offices in Galveston and Corpus Christi. June 10-11 / Sat.-Sun. / Dallas: Texas Gay Conference Five, sponsored by the Texas Gay Task Force, is open to all. Workshops and guest speakers are scheduled. $10 registration fee. At the Royal Coach Inn. For advance info, write TGC Five, Box 20254, Dallas 75220. June 13 / Tues. / San Antonio: The city council holds a public hearing on the city’s continued participation in the South Texas Nuclear Project. Several nuclear power opponents, including Barry Commoner, address the council. At 6:30 p.m., Convention Center Complex. June 14 / Wed. / Austin: The Natural Resources Council reviews its report “Texas Coastal Natural Resource Issues.” At 10 a.m. in the Senate Chamber. In475-7927. June 14 / Wed. / Austin: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency conducts a public hearing on a permit request by Austin Equity Investments Corporation to discharge sewage into Bull Creek. At 7:30 p.m., Quality Inn South, 2200 South IH-35. June / Houston: The Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority takes citizen testimony on Harris County’s transportation needs. All meetings at 7:30 p.m. June 1 at Hobby Elementary School for Hiram Clarke and Almeda. June 6 at Memorial Presbyterian Church for Memorial, Spring Branch, Spring Shadows, Town & Country and Dairy-Ashford. June 7 at Bellaire Community Center for Bellaire, West University and Southside Place. June 8 at Shearn Elementary School for Meyerland, Stella Link, South Main and Westbury. June 13 at the Tomball Municipal Courtroom for Farm Road 1960, North Houston, Greenspoint and Tomball. Vicki Vaughan Ma u de Lip s c o m b 1 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. BLACK BOLSHEVIK. Autobiography of Harry Haywood. “The first extensive au-, tobiography of a Black member of the American Communist Party.” John Henrik Clarke. 700 pp., $15. Available from Prairie Fire Bookstore, 3221 Main St., Houston 77002. Mail orders welcome. TEXAS FLEA MARKETS ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY. Exclusive! $2. Box 0, Corsicana 75110. SOLAR AIR CONDITIONINGOFF THE SHELF. Send $2 for illustrated pamphlet. Absolute World Center, Box 666, Centerpoint 78010. BINGO A FELONY? Send S.A. S .E. 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. Texas 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 for one-year subscription 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. SUPPORT CAPITAL EYE. Send donations to 1005 International Life Building, Austin 78701. Classified advertising is 300 per word. Divc counts for multiple insertions within a 12month period: 25 times, 50 percent; 12 times, 25 percent; 6 times, 10 percent: THE TEXAS OBSERVER 23