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Gary Cornwall, the prosecutor who headed up the 1977 investigation into John F. Kennedy's assassination, will speak about his book Real Answers at the LBJ State Historical Park Auditorium at 2pm on Saturday, Oct. 16, as part of a program focusing on the investigation. Call 830-644-2420 for more info.

The Coalition for Fair Trade is sponsoring a free forum on corporate globalization, featuring talk show host Jim Hightower, Sierra Club representative Larry Freilich, and others, at 7pm Monday, Oct. 18, at AFL-CIO headquarters, 11th and Lavaca. Call 477-1155 for more info. end story

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