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cont. from page 4 Case. Consequently, pr bond forces Consistently underestimated the ap- Peal of limited-growth arguments on the general public. Having gotten straight on princip- les, the anti-bond group (which christened itself "Citizens for Fiscal Responsibility") spent the rest of the night on practical tactics. Though many members opposed other bond Propositions, such as streets or the new arena, the group voted to limit its activities to Propositions 11 and 12, Which were the key issues. The discredit the Council, the group decided to emphasize its support of most of the other bond propositions. After a successful campaign, the "Citizens" feel vindicated in their strategy. The City Council, they believe, should perceive the clear message: that it has ignored the wishes not only of its own constit- uents, but of a majority of Austinites. "We feel the public's instincts are on our side," says one of them, "But frankly, it seems that the City Council does not understand the true significance of some of the planning decisions that the staff 'routinely' brings forward. There's nothing inevitable about a city's growth. It's a political decision. A city has enormous power to determine where and how Political organizers in the roomfast it expands." emphasized that the election was not "A lot of our critics can't simply a contest for the mind of the understand how 'liberals' like us can Austir electorate; it was also apreach fiscal conservatism. Well, Struggle for influence within the city's liberal power structure. The election Would be a test of who could lead the progressive constituency of students, middle-class liberals, and minorities. The stakes were high. Not wishing to we're not that kind of liberal. We don't think you can prime the pump forever. The age of abundance is over, and we are going to have to learn to redistribute resources in order to meet social priorities)' THE BY RETAIL STORE NOW OPEN ONLY PLACE THAT CARRIES THE O:)MPL~FE [JNE OF T'SHIRTS JIM FRANKHN.KFBRY AWN AND OTHFJ~ SLOWLY FAMOUS ,M~TISTS .... NOXV AVAILABLE ON LDNG-SI~-'VED T-SHIRTS .... 1530 BAR'H)N SPRINGS ROAD RETAILWHOt3AtE CUSTOM PRINTING Austin, Tex. For many people the most sensible investment available today is neither gold nor government treasury notes. It's food. With the threat of bad Weather and economic disaster, people With a cool, dry basement or an empty closet should consider accumulating an emergency food supply. The danger of shortages caused by Poor harvests, .the possibility of tremendous price rises, the threat of economic chaos, and at the very least, an interest in economizing--all these should encourage individuals to invest in foe)d. What could cause the United States, which now exports almost one third of the food it produces, to run short of supplies for its own citizens? A mixture of bad weather and oil economics lJrobably poses the most serious danger. A disastrous harvest . that slashed wheat, soybean and corn yields, coupled with a large balance )f- payments deficit created by high oil prices, could tip the scales. A firm is now located in Austin which is providing emergency food supplies for those who are interested. The firm is called Survival and features low-moisture foods which are packaged to be stored without refrig- eration for many years. Anyone who is interested in obtaining information and a price list for the emergency storage foods can send their name and address along with two dollars to: SURVIVAL, P.O. Box 14331, Austin, Tx. 78752. 7524 N. Lamar 459-3371 --Paid.Advertisement CHAMPION JUICER Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price $179.95 Makes Juices, Baby Foods, SALE PRICE 139.95 WITH THIS COUPON ONLY! VALID THROUGH JAN. 10TH Nut Butters, Ice Creams, Vegetable Juices 45th.& Ave. A ""' duiee daD~orH 454-8349 Mon. - Sat.RECORDS Sun. 10-10 MAGAZINES 12-6 1514 LAVACA You Won't Believe It Until You See ~. .... ~ ,, ,, .... - ..., ,.E E IOOl , S 6103 BURNET RD. One of Austin's Finest Bookstores Specializing in Fine Bindings and Out of Print Books Men. - Fri. 10-9 Sat. 10-6 Sun. 12-6 SU Motel Sunbathing Accomodations Olympic Size Canoeing Poo..__L Boat Lake Front Dock Swimming Air Cond. Party Club Room Facilities Scenic Billiards Total, Privacy Room 266-9105 a uo 24 Hrs. LAKE AUSTIN \ ~ SUNBATHERS ~ I \ \ ) CLUS & LODGES % J H EL P WANTED; Cashier, Desk Clerk & Secretary Room & board furnished Apply now: 266-9105.