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CLASSIFIED BOOKS BOUND VOLUME OF 1984 OBSERVERS. Handsome binding, hardcover. Perfect addition to any progressive or Texas home library. Send $30 to The Texas Observer, 600 W. 7th, Austin, 78701. MA BELL by Bryan Sloan is a book explaining their deceptive accounting practices and how Bell has averaged over 42% profits annually for 25 years, and has already received far more telephone rate raises than due.’n7.50 at your book store or order postpaid from Vantage Press, 516 West 34th Street, New York, N.Y. 10001. BOOKFRONT. No obligation booksearch for rare or out-of-print books, any topic. Texana available. P.O. Box 5545, Austin, Texas 78763. TEXAS SMALL PRESS CLEARANCE. Five books, $5 postpaid. S&S Press, Box 5931, Austin 78763. THE TEXAS OBSERVER INDEX for 1971-1981 is now available. Contact the business office at 600 EMPLOYMENT TOXIC WASTE PROJECT COORDINATOR to direct statewide research, advocacy and organizing effort. Good research, writing, verbal communications skills and community organizing experience required. Salary: $18,000-20,000, full benefits. assist in research and advocacy on pesticide problems for statewide Pesticide Project. Salary: $8,000-9,000, 1/2 benefits. SEND RESUME AND WRITING SAMPLE TO: Texas Center for Rural Studies, Box 2618, Austin, Texas 78768. Starting dates early January. EOE. TCRS is a publicinterest organization working on various toxic chemical, natural resource and environmental problems. EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: National Labor and Civil Rights Organization. Federal or state lobbying experience, legislative analysis, fundraising and management skills required. Experience with farmworker issues preferred. Commitment to social justice for low-income farmworkers required. $37,000+ depending on skills and experience. Send resume to Search Committee, Farmworker Justice Fund, 2001 S Street, N.W., Suite 312, Washington, D.C. 20009. No calls please. Deadline 11/30/85. HEALTHCARE WORKERS’ UNION LOOKING FOR BUSINESS AGENT with experience in negotiations and grievance handling. Golden Triangle location. Send resume to SEIU Local 706, 833-6998. ALTERNATIVE & PROGRESSIVE JOBS Each month we list jobs and internships you can believe in. Fighting for the environment, peace women s civil rights, economic democracy, housing and more. Current nationwide listing-53 S12 year. COMMUNITY JOBS. Box 219, 1520 16th St. NW, Washington, DC 20036. MERCHANDISE LAST CHANCE SOLAR TAX CREDITS END DECEMBER 31, 1985. Passive Solar Water Stainless steel construction. Ten-year complete Austin. Center for Maximum Potential Building SHIVA’S HEADBAND NEW LP: IN THE PRIMO OF LIFE $8.95; Bumperstickers: UNREAGANABLE and SHALOM Y’ALL $1.50 each; Shiva’s T-Shirts: SINCE 1967 COM-MEMORATIVE and WE DON’ NEED NO BADGES $10 each, specify size. Prices include postage. SHIyA. 5308 Harvest Lane, Austin 78745. WATCH BATTERIES ALL TYPES. WatchFREEWHEELING BICYCLES. 2404 San Gabriel, Austin. For whatever your bicycle needs. ORGANIZATIONS CASA MARIANELLA, A SHORT-TERM SHELTER IN AUSTIN for refugees from oppression in Central America, needs volunteers for clerical tasks. tutoring, stocking and storing food and clothing, and legal and medical help. Financial contributions and donations of food, clothing, and household items are welcome. Call JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Texas Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 7th Street, Austin 78701. PUBLICATIONS MEXICO: THE SILENT CRISIS, is a new publication by Casa de la Cultura. It documents Mexico’s social and economic crisis based on reports which appeared in major Mexican newspapers. Send $2.95 plus applicable sales tax per copy to: Casa de la Cultura, 1227 E. Yandell, El Paso, TX 79902. SERVICES DRAFT REGISTRATION QUESTIONS? Draft counseling available from American Friends Service Committee, 1022 W. 6th, Austin 78703 COLLEGE HOUSES EDUCATIONAL COOP-ERATIVE COMMUNITY offers affordable, friendly West Campus housing to University FOX SIGNS Signs Banners Decals Gold Leaf Show Cards Window Lettering Screen TWO BROTHERS MOVING PROVIDES CARE-FUL, DEPENDABLE SERVICE. We move households, apartments, offices, antiques and pianos. Insured. Reasonable rates. Packing service available. Boxes and supplies sold separately. TWO BROTHERS BODY AND PAINT Free Estimates Reasonable Rates Two-Day Service Guaranteed Work Insurance Claims Welcome 450-1004. TRAVEL BACKPACKING -MOUNTAINEERING RAFTING. Outback Expeditions, P.O. Box 44, CLASSIFIED RATES: Minimum ten words. One time, 50c per word; three times, 45C per word; six times, 40C per word; twelve times, 35c per word; twenty-five times, 30Clier word. Telephone and box numbers count as two words; abbreviations and zip codes as one. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY: Minimum one inch. 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