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LIBERTY LUNCH. 405 W’ lectic fare. Jazz Theatre. FOREIGN AUTO SERVICE. in HoustO Honest, reliable service. VW, Volvo, some others. 729 Tulane, 864-5111. BOOKPLATES. Free catalog. Man ful designs. Special designing too. Ad ds BOOKPLATES, P.O. Box 28-1, Yell Springs, Ohio 45387. JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 7tiv Texas 78701. June 27-July 18 / Mondays / Austin: Bread and Roses school offers a course on the New American Movement and democratic socialism. $5 fee. 7:30 p.m., 2204 478-6243. June 28 / Tues. / Dallas: International Trade Commission holds a public hearing on beef-import quotas. 10 a.m., room 7A-23, Federal Building, 1100 Commerce 772-7220. June 28 / Tues. / Austin: Texas Water Rights Commission considers a petition for conversion of Harris County Water Control and Improvement District #109 into a municipal utility district. 10 a.m., room 119, Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress. Information: Mary Ann Hefner June 29 / Wed. / Austin: Texas State Banking Board hears testimony on the charter application of the proposed First State Bank 475-4451. July 5 / Tues. / Dallas-Fort Worth: “Lovejoy’s Nuclear War,” a TV special on nuclear power and the politics of energy. Channel 13 at 11 p.m. July 7 / Thurs. / Austin: Texas Water Rights Commission reviews the Upper Guadalupe River Authority’s permit application for construction of a dam and 840 acre-foot reservoir on the Guadalupe. Information: Mary July 11 / Mon. / Austin: The administrative operations division of the Texas Water Quality Board conducts a hearing on the proposed state water quality management program for fiscal year 1978. The scope of TWQB’s commitment to the protection of Texas waters and steps the state must take to satisfy federal water pollution control requirements are on the agenda. The public is invited to give written or oral testimony; statements for the record must be received by July 1. 9 a.m., room 118, Stephen F. Austin Building, 1700 N. Congress. Information: Claude Gray, P.O. 475-3454. July 16-17 / Thurs.-Fri. / Austin: Sen. John Tower, Congressman William Archer, and former Gov. John Connally address an organizational meeting of the Texas Republican County Chairman’s Association. Agenda includes election of officers, adoption of bylaws. 9 a.m., Driskill Hotel. Information: Jack Orr July 20-23 / Wed.-Sat. / Austin: Labor Secy. Ray Marshall, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, Gov. Dolph Briscoe, Atty. Gen. John Hill, other notables speak at the seventeenth statewide Texas AFL-CIO con vention. Delegates elect state officers, draft resolutions, map the AFL-CIO’s 1978-’79 programs for legislation, education, human relations. Convenes at 10 a.m. Wednesday through Friday; 9 a.m. on Saturday. Municipal Auditorium. Information: Fred CerJuly 29-30 / Fri.-Sat. / Austin: “New International Economic Order” conference. Educators and community leaders will examine problems of economic development in the U.S. and third world. Speakers include representatives from the United Nations, third world countries, and local groups. Starts 1 p.m. on the 29th; 6 p.m. on the 30th. Catholic Student Center, 2010 University St. Information: American Friends Service Committee, 600 W. 28th August 4-7 / Thurs.-Sun. / San Antonio: Sixth annual Texas Folklife Festival combines entertainment with presentations/ exhibits on the skills and histories of 26 nationalities, cultures and races identified in the Texas population. Admission is $3 for adults; $1 for children under 12. At the University of Texas at San Antonio’s Institute of Texan Cultures, Hemisfair Plaza. Informa Near Future By John Gjedde This calendar of political and related events is an information service for Observer readers. Please mail or phone in items to the Observer office at least three weeks before the scheduled event. CLASSIFIED EIGHT LARGE COLORED PRINTS, UT and Austin. $5.90 ppd. Longhorn Frame, 507 Bee Caves, Austin 78746. NEW ORLEANS ON $8 A YEAR. The Weekly Courier, 1232 Decatur, New Orleans, La. 70116. TRAVELERS-OVERSEAS RESIDENTS: Special personal affairs service, mail forwarding, banking and buying assistance, etc. Johnson Services, Box 18245, San Antonio, Texas 78218. A MUFFLER, a pair of tail pipes, a set of clamps and a mounting kit for a stick -shift you $37,95 at Austin VW parts departments. I have an unused muffler and accessories for sale for $30. Call LW at 477-0746, Austin. FREE WHEELING BICYCLES, 2404 San Gabriel, Austin. For whatever your bicycle ,:`needs. LEARN TO FLY A HOT AIR BALLOON at the first balloon school in the Southwest. Contact Derek Howard, 6106 War Bonnet, BOOK-HUNTING? No obligation search for rare or out-of-print books. Ruth and John 8, Box 173, Austin, Texas 78703. BACKPACKING/MOUNTAINEERING for individuals, families and small groups. 12-24 days. Outback Expeditions, Box 444, Austin, Texas 78767. NEED SOMETHING from Germany? Jim & Hanni International, 1600 Northwood, Austin 78703. 474-2582. JOIN COMMON CAUSE. Only one person can make democracy work again . . . YOU. $15 \($7 711 San Antonio St., Austin, Texas 78701. WIN YOUR NEXT ELECTION. Send for free catalogue of services and materials available from one of America’s best known political consulting firms. Write Campaign Associates, Inc., 516 Petroleum. Bldg., Dept. TO-1, Wichita, KS 67202 FINANCE YOUR NON-TANGIBLE sale contracts through me. Trade school, spas with service contracts financed’; Economist, 3237 Ewing Houst credit check. Write Kenneth &live. Texas 77004. Classified advertising is 301i ,per word. 121.0z: counts for multiple insertions within a 12 month period: 25 times, 50 percent; 12 time 25 percent; 6 times, 10 percent. July .1977 Good books in every field JENKINS PUBLISHING CO. The Pemberton Press John H. Jenkins, Publisher Box 2085 Austin 78768 BOOKS 503 5 WEST 7 TH 476.0,16 kustin, Texts 71711