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December 11, 1975

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itle ses- ach the dng ing nto er's ire. i Jiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii ii iiii i ii !ii !ii!i:ii iiii iiiiiii i!iiii i i i !iiii!i J i ii ii i !iiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiii The SUN welcomes items to be included in the Entertainment Guide. Send announcements to "Entertainment Guide," AUSTIN SUN, 404 B West 15th St. Austin 78701. Deadline for the receipt of items is the Sunday before publication date. Austin Sightseeing Tour sponsored by the Tourism Dept. of the Chamber of Commerce. Conducted in a 14-passenger Plymouth bus, the2V2 hourguidedtour beginsat the Chamber at 9:30 each morning except Sunday and Monday. $4 for adults and $2 for children ages 3-11. Free Beginning Spanish and Conversational Spanish Classes will be taught at ,the Rosewood-Zaragosa Branch of the Austin Public Library at Webberville and Pleasant Valley Rd. Beginning Spanish is offered on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 5:15 pm. For more info call 474-1813. Texas Arts & Crafts Fair to be held May 29-31 in Kerrville is now accepting applications for exhibitors. Applications must be accompan- ied by a maximum of three 2" x 2" color slides. Forapplication information write to Texas Arts & Crafts Foundation, P.O. Box 1527, Kerrville, Texas 78028. Deadline for applications is January 1, 1976. Swim at the YWCA, Guadalupe and 18th St. Family and children swim Fri. 3-5 p.m; Sat. 10-12 noon; 1-2 pro; Sun. 2-4 pm. Ladies - 1 0-11 am. Men, women - 12-1 : 30 pm; 5-6: 30 pm. $.75 for adults or purchase a card - $12 for 25 swims; $.30 for children. First World Convention of Tattoo Artists and Fans to be held in Houston January 24-25 will include exhibits and films on the art, plus a "beauty contest" and election of the "Tattoo Artist of the Year." Registration and housing information can be obtained by writing Tattoo Convention, c/o Tattooing by Yurkew, 1814 Washington Avenue, Houston, Texas 77007, phone 713-862-5622. Advance sales for dance concerts. On Stage of Texas" presents the San Francisco Ballet on March 15th and the Martha Graham Dance Company on March 23rd. Tickets available by mail order only. S.F. Ballet: reserved seats $11, $10, $9. Martha Graham: reserved seats $7.50, $6.50, $5.50. Write: On Stage of Texas, Inc., 4501 Guadalupe, Suite 201C, Austin 78751. Family-nite square dance lessons for ages 10 to 60 Fridays at 7:30 pm at the Messiah Lutheran Church, 5701 Cameron Road. For more info call 926-8595. Freewheeling Bicycle Co-op holds work- shops every Thursday evening at 7:30 pm for Austin Tennis League Post-Season Tennis Tournament on December 13 and 14 at Patterson Parkand Austin Recreation Center at 8:30 am. Sponsored by the Dept. of Parks & Recreation. Fiesta De Las Luminaries in San Antonio December 12-14. One of the most beautiful of all Christmas celebrations-one mile of the downtown San Antonio River walk is lighted by hundreds of lights. Begins at sundown each day. Area high school choruses sing Christmas carols from aboard river barges. Self-Defenee course for women sponsored by the Austin Rape Crisis Center begins A gallery view of the work of Eleanor Merr Nichols and Bill Dodd, jewelers--"Craft as Laguna Gloria (review, p.3). weaver, and Tam Art" exhibition, individual bicycle careand maintenance. Tools furnished. For more info call 477-6846. International Folk Dancing every Saturday at 8 pm at Hancock Golf Course Clubhouse. Free instructions and honky-tonking. Austin's Women's Center, 1403 Lavaca, holds various classes from auto repair to self-assertiveness. Call 472-3774 for more info. Saturday, Dec. 13, at the Soryu Karate Institute, 1234 N. Lamar. A $5 registration fee will be charged and classes will meet every Saturday until Jan. 31. For further info call 472-RAPE. Play Auditions. Country Dinner Playhouse will hold auditions at noon Friday in the Playhouse for its upcoming production of "Once More With Feeling," starring Don Ameche. Director especially looking for middle-aged men. Further information can be obtained by calling Leonard Wittman at 836-5921. Study Tour to Yucatan will be offered by Laguna Gloria Art Museum. The tour, which willexplorethe Mayan civilization, will be from Feb. 25 through 29. A non-refundable deposit of $75 is required to hold a reservation and is due by Dec. 29, 1975. Further info may be obtained by calling 452-9447. Hot Line to Heaven, starring Eddie Bracken at the Country Dinner Playhouse, 12173 FM 1325. Through December 28. Performances nightly except Monday. For reservations call 836-5921. Autobiography of Malcolm X. A one-man dramatic interpretation performed by Charles Pace. In the UT Texas Tavern on Thursday, December 11, from 8 to 10 pro. Admission free. For reservations call 471-5653. The Red Shoes. Special children's production on weekends December 6-21 at the Zachary Scott Theatre. $1 children, $2 adults. For more info and reservations call 476-0541. Gaslight. The Creek Theater presents Patrick Hamilton's classic suspense thriller about a woman slowly being driven insane by strange happenings in a home. At 8:30 pm Thursday through Saturday at the Creek Theatre, 705 E. 6th. For reservations call 477-8900. Godspell. Center Stage revives its production of the rock musical based on parables and the life of Jesus Christ from the Gospel According to St. Matthew. Friday and Saturday at 8: 30 pro, Sunday at 2 pm and 8 pro. At CenterStage, 320 E. 6th St. For reservations call 477-1012. "The Nutcracker Suite," performed by the Austin Civic Ballet, directed by Eugene Slavin and Alexandra Nadal Slavin, with music performed by theAustin Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Kelly Hale. At 8 pm on Saturday, A pleasurable place to shop for books. Five rooms with chairs and couches, offering something for almost anyone. Poetry, Fiction, Mysticism, Psychology, Crafts, Marxist-Leninist Philosophy, Feminist Studies, Children's Books, Science-Fiction, Occult, Music, Art. Come by when you have some time. We special ~o'~ 15, WIE=~T 17" TH 4.T6.OItG II I I WORLD'S BEST MEXICAN FOOD RESTAURANT 303 EAST FIRST NEXT DOOR; DINING ROOM SERVICE IN OUR FOOD-TO-GO BUILDING "ALWAYS GOOD" 311 E. 1st I i= Crafts, Sports, Art, _. . Photography, History, J IC[1- The Best Sellers TAt00K. : .... ---- THE TREASURED GIFT ~"~ ~ RIVERTOWNE ,- o. 2007A E. Riverside Just East of IH35 Hrs. 10-10 M-Sat. 8-6 Sun.