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ANDERSON & COMPANY coming TEA SPICES TWO 3131FE1ZSON SQUARE AUSTIN, TEXAS 78731 512 453-1533 Send me your list. Name Street City Zip 1 HALF PRICE RECORDS .MAGAZINE IN DALLAS: 4528 McKINNEY AVE. 209 S. AKARD, downtown RICHARDSON: 508 LOCKWOOD FARMERS BRANCH SHOPPING CTR. SW CORNER, VALLEY VIEW IN WACO: 25TH & COLUMBUS IN AUSTIN: 1514 LAVACA 6103 BURNET RD. IN FORT WORTH: 6301 CAMP BOWIE BLVD. W4410AlitiAtt ,N1$07, 0.:3 -” ,. , -. r fr’g ., aVearcFuture March 21 / Wed. / Corpus Christi: The Army Corps of Engineers holds a public hearing on an application by Coastal States Crude Gathering Company to build three 42-inch pipelines across Corpus Christi Bay. At 9 a.m. at the Old Beach Theater, 3200 Surfside. To testify, contact the Corps’ district office: P.O. 763-1211. March 21 / Wed. / Austin: Five dollars buys a ticket to three luncheson three successive Wednesdaysand luncheon talks on physical fitness, diet and sports in today’s society. At noon at the Stephen F. Austin Hotel. March 21-30 / Wed.-Fri. / Austin: A symposium on women’s issues ranging from abortion to the ERA is put on by the Texas Union’s ideas and issues committee. Former congresswoman Bella Abzug will give the keynote address March 26 at 8 p.m. in the Texas Union Main Ballroom. Information and schedule: Rob March 22 / Thurs. / Laredo: “Women in the Workforce: Yesterday and Today” is a series of statewide seminars. Information for Laredo: Lupe Canales of the Webb County Women’s Political County Women’s Political Caucus and the Mexian American Unity Council host the seminar March 26 in San Antonio. Information: 1176. March 22 / Thurs. / Austin: Amnesty International meets at 8 p.m. in the University of Texas Union, Room 3.116. Everyone invited. Information: John Hollrah March 23 / Fri. / Houston: “Women in City and County Government” is yet another statewide conference providing workshops on everything from negotiating skills to the legislative process. $15 for the all-day program or $7 for luncheon program with guest speaker Sarah Weddington, aide to President Carter. Information: University of Houston Continuing Education Center, 4800 Calhoun, Houston 77004; Homeowners around the state can learn energy conservation through the Home Energy gram sponsored by the Gov ernor’s Office of Energy Resources and the federal government. Enrollment costs $10-$15 in some cities; others offer the course free. Locations and information: March 26 / Brownsville: March 26 / San Antonio: March 31 / Dallas: 3198. March. 29-April 1 / Thurs.-Sun. / San Antonio: The tenth national conference on women and the law features 135 workshops on women’s issues. Vilma Martinez, president of the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund is keynote speaker. Preregistration information: Women’s Law Caucus, UT Law 7751. March 29 I. Thurs. / Houston: The Houston-Galveston Area Cit izens’ Environmental Coalition meets to discuss erosion. All are invited to one of two meetings on the same topic: at 1:30 p.m. or.7 p.m., 3701 West Alabama. Infor-‘ 0037. March 29-30 / Thurs.-Fri. / Austin: “Migrant Issues of the ’80s” is a conference sponsored by the Governor’s Office of Migrant Affairs and the National Migrant Referral Project. Funding, migrant health, community development are topics for discussion. Information: Trinidad Pina or April 6-8 / Fri.-Sun. / Saratoga: The annual Big Thicket Retreat features field trips, canoeing, camping, birdwatching. $6 per person or $15 per family group. Write Big Thicket Association, Box 198, Saratoga 77585. Vicki Vaughan This calendar is an information service for Observer readers. Notices must reach the Observer at least three weeks before the event. Good books in every field JENKINS PUBLISHING CO. The Pemberton Press John H. Jenkins, Publisher Box 2085 g3I Austin 78768 WELCOME TO THE 66TH SESSION ROY’S TAXI INC. 476-6911 2-WAY RADIO EQUIPPED 24 HOUR SERVICE SE HABLA ESPANOL SINCE 1931 THE TEXAS OBSERVER 23