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c VearcFuture_____ June 22-25 / Thurs.-Sun. / Las Vegas, Nev.: The League of United Latin American Citizens. meeting in national convention, has scheduled a discussion of justice for Latins and a symposium on the legislation regarding aliens now before Congress. For more information, call Ruben Bonilla. June 23 / Fri. / Austin: The Sunset Advisory Commission holds public hearings on several agencies, including regulatory boards for barbers and cosmetologists. Staffing decisions on the agencies considered at the May meeting will also be announced. For time June 23 / Fri. / AlabamaCoushatta Reservation: The Texas Indian Commission considers matters of importance to the Tigua Indian Reservation, the Kickapoo Indians, and Indian centers in Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston. Information: Walter Broemer, 1011 Alston, Livingston June 25 / Sun. / Austin: Texas Mobilization for Survival puts on a “celebratrion and support demonstration” for the Seabrook, New Hampshire, nuclear plant protestors with a 7 p.m. dinner and an 8:30 p.m. candlelight walk from Greenlife restaurant to Austin city hall. For more informaJune 25-30 / Sun.-Fri. / Hous ton: The Air Pollution Control Association meets in annual con vention. Technical talks, exhibits and social events are scheduled. Registration is $90, but APCA will waive this charge in return for -help at the convention. InformaJune 26 / Mon. / Austin: The Public Utility Commission holds a public hearing on the application of Primrose Water Corporation for a rate increase within Bexar and Atascosa counties. Informa611 I . June 28 / Wed. / Victoria: Last of a series of workshops held around the state by the Air Control Board, which must present its pollution reduction plan to the federal EPA by January 1, 1979. This workshop for Victoria County begins at 7 p.m. in the Victoria Bank and Trust Building, 120 South Main. Information: June 28 / Wed. / Fort Worth : The Texas Adult Probation Commission meets to review standards and budget for the next fiscal year. At 5 p.m., Ramada Inn Central, 2000 Beach Street. InJune 28 / Wed. / Dallas : The Environmental Protection Agency holds a public hearing to consider implementation of the new provisions of the Clean Water Act. At 9 a.m., First International Building, 1201 Elm Street, Dallas, 29th floor conferetice roo 767-2630. July 13 / Thurs. / Austin: The Public Utility Commission considers the application of Bartlett Electric Coop, Inc., to change rates for Bell, Williamson, Milam and Burleson counties. At 9 a.m., 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard. InVaughan Jo hn Sp rag ens Jr. 1 his calendar is an information service for Observer readers. Notices must reach the Observer at least three weeks before the event. classified SUPPORT CAPITAL EYE. Send donations to 1005 International Life Building, Austin 78701. BACKPACKING MOUNTAINEERING -RAFTING. Outback Expeditions, P.O. Box CHINA’S CLASSIC NOVEL, Dream of Red Mansions, epic romance tale of Ch’ing Dynasty, written in 18th century. New English translation from China. Elegant volume, richly illustrated with full-color pictures. 600 pages. $12.50. Available from Prairie Fire Bookstore. 3221 Main Street, Houston 77002. Mail orders Welcome. BINGO A FELONY? Send S.A.S.E. Tasar. Box 50667. Dallas 75250. BOOK-HUNTING? No obligation search for rare or out-of-print books. Ruth and John 8, Box 173, Austin 78703. NEW ORLEANS ON $8 A YEAR. The Weekly Courier, 1232 Decatur, New Orleans, LA 70116. TEXAS FLEA MARKETS ASSOCIATION DIRECTORY. Exclusive! $2. Box 0. Corsicana 75110. 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. JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Texas Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 7th, Aust? 78701. IRISH TIN WHISTLES. Bb. C. D, Eb, and G. Any three for $10 postpaid. Amster Music, 1624 Lavaca, Austin 78701. 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. Classified advertising is 30it per word. Discounts for multiple insertions within a 12month period: 25 times, 50 percent; 12 times, 25 percent; 6 times, 10 percent. 23 THE TEXAS OBSERVER