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oil and gas exploration that have ruined millions of acres of Wilderness. The health of millions are endangered by Watt’s environmental policies. If the voice of the people are heard in Washington, Congress must enact a law to control the amount of money that can be spent to elect members of Congress. Far too many are controlled by big money. Bun Raley, Vice President, Postal Division, American Income Life Insurance Co., Waco, Tx. Nose Holding How beautiful is your Oct. 29 issue. All of it . . . Thanks for your coverage of the recent election and candidates. I followed your advice in most cases \(as it happened to go along with my own thinkMark White any more, so I voted for doing a good job. Ada Holland, Star Rt., Box 152, Kennard, Tx. 75847. Bullock Redux In regards to your comments on my letter to you, you shouldn’t be so defensive. I wasn’t talking about criticism. All I was talking about was inaccurate reporting which yours was when you said I ran a negative campaign against my Republican opponent. Tear down the Great Wall of China you have thrown up around that one small reporting error. You don’t need such defenses. Bob Bullock, Comptroller of Public Accounts, P.O. Box 2243, Austin, Texas 78767. New York Observer? I enjoy seeing reactionary Republicans defeated, whether Lehrman in New York or Clements in Texas. . . . The Texas Observer is a good paper. Why? Your writers are not trained to obey those in power. Rather, you write well about what you see and feel. And that honesty bothers the wealthy and powerful. I wish New Yorkers had such a paper. . . . Joe Olsyewski, 227 Colonie St., Albany, NY 12210. WARD WINNING RESTORED vt.cro . HOME FOR SALE. You’d be pl c ko S ‘s ligaiitr r e sto red and rem y res ore an e W:4 e-level Victorian dwelling, with its wrap-around veranda. The setting a qiiiet, wooded corner. Four lots offer enty , of space for the large home and ‘a four ern garage apartment on the back of the i .,:property, these separated by English >gardens .:”which ‘ have been featured in the Houston 4tipme and Garden magazine, May 1982 edi . “A Garden that Grows on Tradition.” Houston Heights residence has 4 large bedrooms, 2-baths, formal dining and a huge gaineroom that preempts the entire third Central heat and air plus two fireplaces ;provide warmth and cooling. For informal di icing and relaxation a second story deck and screened-in porch provide privacy in an in formal setting. The kitchen has been coin pletely remodeled and includes hand-pegged counters, open shelving and decorative tile work. A library, study and sitting room highlight this 1981 T. C. Jester Award Winner :.Home which was built in 1905. For further Information contact Mr. Allen Richardson, Asking price $249,500.00. SELL OBSERVER SUBSCRIPTIONS. The ‘…,Observer has a $10 commission program. Or;ganizations and individuals may arrange with us to sell new one-year Observer subscrip tions and receive a $10 commission for each sale. We will provide forms, sample copies, “sand other materials. Contact the Observer at 600 W. 7th St., Austin, Tx. 78701. or phone ,512-477-0746. No PAC’s or campaigns, please. CLASSIFIFD t:: so 4,,kAR lation, weekly., i t ton, DC 2000 JOIN THE ACLU. Membership Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 78701. DRAFT REGISTRATION QUESTIONS? Draft counseling available from American Friends Service Committee, 1022 W. 6th, LECTURES ON HUMAN EMOTIONS one lecture or a series. Lois Fahs Timmins, Ed.D. 22 years psychiatric experience. Inquiries welcomed. 6145 Anita St., Dallas, Texas 75214. COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS ACORN needs organizers to work with low and mod erate income families in 16 states for political and economic justice. Direct action on neighborhood deterioration, utility rates, taxes, health care. Tangible results and enduring re wards -long hours and low pay. Training BACKPACKING MOUNTAINEERING RAFTING, Outback Expeditions, P.O. Box WHEATSVILLE FOOD CO-OP. 3101, PEACE AND FREEDO CARDS. An assortment of 12:c designs duced in year-rountir cluded. One set sets, $3.50 ea or m orders to W, Livingston Street. : `Broo l 11217. Classified advertising is 300 counts for multiple insertions within month period: 25 times, 50%; 12 time Guadalupe, Austin 78705. Open 9-9. times, 10%. 30 DECEMBER 10, 1982