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FORT WORTH 924-1401, board meets mthly; Armadillo Coalition, 927-0808; Bread for the World, 924-1440 \(Dist. Dist. 926-3827; Citizens for Fair Utility Regulation, 478-6372; Coalition of Labor Union Women, 469-1202. Dist. 10 Demos., 2nd Sat., 535-7803; First Friday, 1st Fri., 927-0808; F.W. Tenants’ Ccl., 923-5071; IMPACT, \(telephone chain, works largely through progressive Protestant Mental Health Assn., 2nd & 4th Tue., 335-5405; NOW, 3rd Th., 336-3943; Precinct Workers Cl., 3rd Th., 429-2706; Senatorial Dist. 12 Demos., 2nd Sat. or 2nd Wed., 457-1560; Sierra Club, 3rd Wed., 923-9718; Students Against the Draft Tarrant Cty. Demo Women’s Club, 2nd Sat., 451-8133, 927-5169; Tx. Coalition of Black Demos \(F. W. Women’s Political Caucus, 1st Wed., 336-8700. AROUND TEXAS Alta Loma: Brotherhood of Viet. Vet., 925-6405. Amarillo: ACLU, 373-7200; Panhandle Environmental Awareness Cmte., 376-8903; Northwest Tx. Clergy and Laity Concerned, 2nd Tue., 373-8668. Bastrop: Central Tx. Lignite Watch, Bastrop Co., 321-5250. Beaumont: ACLU, 898-0743; Amnesty Int’l, group 221, Karen Dweyer, 420 Longmeadow, Beaumont 77707. Brotherhood of Viet Vets, 7274873. Brownsville: ACLU, 541-4874. Bryan: ACLU, Box 4523, 77805; Brazos Society for Alternatives to Nuclear Energy, 822-1882. College Station: Kramer, Box D, 77841. Corpus Christi: American GI Forum, 241-8647; Coastal Bend Chapter Sierra Club, 3rd Tues., 883-0586; Gulf Coast Conservation Assoc., 991-9690; League of Women Voters, 8526443; LULAC, 882-8284; NAACP, 883-2931. THE TEXAS OBSERVER 9 The Social Cause Calendar Notices on upcoming events must reach the Observer at least three weeks in advance. PEACE AND WAR An art exhibit entitled “Peace and War” will be shown March 26-30 at the California Hotel, 407 E. 7, Austin. The exhibit will open March 26 at 7 p.m. with a poetry reading; on March 28 there will be music, food, and drinks from noon-6 p.m. BISHOP MATTHIESEN TO SPEAK Amarillo Bishop Leroy Matthiesen will speak on the arms race on March 27, 2-5 p.m., at Rothko Park, 3900 Yupon, Houston, and on March 30, 7 p.m., at Will C. Hogg Bldg., Rm. 14, UT Austin. The Houston speech is sponsored by Interfaith Peace Force, Citizens’ Anti-Nuclear Information Team, and Pax Christi; the Austin speech is sponsored by Educators for Social Responsibility. COMMEMORATION SERVICE FOR ROMERO There will be an ecumenical commemoration service for El Salvadoran Archbishop Romero on March 28, 2:30 p.m., at St. Joseph’s Church on Commerce St., San Antonio. The service is sponsored by Latin American Assistance; participating will be Bishop Ramirez, Rabbi Stahl, Rev. Lytle, Rev. Byrd, and Michael Smith. Reception afterwards. EUROPEAN PEACE LEADER IN TEXAS Dr. Dorothy Salle of West Germany will speak on March 30, 8 p.m., at the University Presbyterian hosted by the San Antonio Friends Meeting. On March 31, Dr. Sone will speak at the Dallas/Ft. Worth airport, American terminal, at 9 a.m., hosted by Clergy and Laity Concerned and Physicians for Social Responsibility. Dr. Seine is coming to Texas as part of a nationwide tour of European peace leaders sponsored by the American Friends Service Committee and Clergy and Laity Concerned; she was a featured speaker at the October Bonn disarmament rally that was attended by over 250,000. FAMILY DRAMA “We Have to Change Sometimes,” an original two-act play about a parentless family by Austin playwright Cheryl Hawkins, will be presented on April 2-3, 8 p.m., at the UT Lab Theater, Austin. No admission charge. Progressive Organizations The Observer has built up lists of the political organizations we regard as progressive, their meeting evenings where that is applicable, and a phone number for each, in Texas cities. The editor invites communications recommending organizations for inclusion, by city. HOUSTON ACLU, 524-5925; ACORN, 523-6989; Amns. for Demo. Action, 522-9544; Amnesty Intl., Group 23, 868-0707; Brotherhood of Viet. Vet., 728-4857; Cit522-3343; Concilio de Organizaciones Chicanos, P.O. Box 9, Houston 77001; Demo. Socialist Organizine Cmte., 921-6906; Ecumenical Peaceforce of Houston, 10723 Inwood Dr., 77042; Gay Political Caucus, 1st and 3rd Weds., 521-1000; Harris Cty. Concerned Women, 674-6798; Harris Cty. Demos., quarterly, 528-2057; Houston Area Women’s Center, 528-6798; Houston Interfaith Hunger Coalition, 522-3955; Lesbian and Gay Demos. of Texas, 521-1000; Mxn.-Amn. Demos., 6944 Navigation, Houston 77011; Mockingbird Alliance, 747-1837; NAACP, 1018 Clebourne, Houston 77001; North Harris Co. Demos., P.O. Box 90704, 77290; PASO, 6716 Fairfield, Houston 77023; Senate Dist. 15 Demo. Coalition, 862-8431; Sierra Club, 3rd Tues., 228-0037 or 522-1489; Tx. Abortion Rights 520-0850; Tx. Citizens Party, 434-1350; Tx. Coalition of Black Demos., 674-0968; Tx. Demos., 667-6194; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, 960-0407; Toxic Substances Task Force, 1st Tue. & 3rd Wed., 228-0037; UofH YD’s, 749-7347; Westside Demos., 464-2536. SAN ANTONIO ACLU, 224-6791; Amnesty Int’l., U.S. Group 127, Box LH134, 78212, 1st Wed.; Civil Rights Litigation Center, 224-1061; Citizens Concerned About Nuclear Power, 1st & 3rd Weds., 655-0543; Communities Organized for Public Service Demos. for Action, Rersch. volunteers needed, 4th Wed., 674-0351; Fellowship of Reconciliation, 432-5715; Latin-American Assistance, alternate Sats., 732-0960; Mxn.-Amn. Demos., 3rd Mon., Walter Martinez, 227-1341; NAACP, 4th Fri., 224-7636; Organizations United for East Side Development, last Tue., 824-4422; People for Peace, 2nd Th., 822-3089; Physicians for Social Responsibility, 1st Mon., Dr. Martin Batiere, 691-0375; Poor People’s Coalition for Human Services, 923-3037; Residents Organized for Better and Beautiful Environmental Development Tue., 226-3973; S. A. Demo. League, 1st Thu., 3441497; S. A. Gay Alliance, last Wed., Metropolitan Commnty. Church, 102 S. Pine; San Antonians for Freedom of Choice, 733-3248; Sierra Club, 3rd Tue., 341-5990; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, every Thu., 337-6803; United Citizens Project Planning and Operating Corp. 3rd Mon., 224-4278. Women’s Political Caucus, 2nd Tues., 655-3724. 453-1727; Gray Panthers, 4th Thu., 345-1869; IM-PACT, 472-3903; LULAC, 2nd Wed., 451-3219; Max’s Pot 4786; Mxn.-Amn. Demos., 1st Mon., 444-7688 or 472-9211; New Amn. Movement, every other Sun., 454-2888 or 478-2096; NOW, 2nd & last Wed., 4723775; Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, 476-3294; Nurses’ Environmental Health Watch, 454-3932; Northeast Aus. Demos., 2nd Tue., 836-3533; Organizing Cmte. for a Nat’l. Writers Union P.O. Box 4184, Austin 78765; Phogg Foundation, Box 13549, Aus.; Rural America, 459-3320; Save Barton Creek, every Tue., 472-4104; Sierra Club, 1st Tue., 478-1264; Socialist Party of Tx., 3rd Sun., 452-3722; South Aus. Demos., 447-4091; Students for Political Awareness \(Austin Abortion Rights Action 478-0094; Tx. Citizens Party, 451-3864; Tx. Consumer Assn., 477-1882; Tx. Fathers for Equal Rights, 452-0848; Tx. Mobilization for Survival, Sun., wkly., 474-5877; Tx. Women’s Political Caucus, 474-1798; Travis Audubon Scty., 3rd Thu., 447-7155 or 477-6282; Travis Cty. Demo. Women, every Fri., 453-3243; Travis Cty. YD’s, 453-3796; Univ. Mobilization for Survival, wkly., 476-4503; UT YD’s, 452-8516; West Aus. Demos., 2nd Thu., 454-1291; Zilker Park Posse, 472-1053. DALLAS ACLU, 651-7897; ACORN, 823-4580; Amns. for Democratic Action, 368-8931; Amn. Friends Service Cmte., 321-8643; American Indian Center, 826-8856; Amnesty Intl., U.S. Group 205, 361-4690; Armadillo Coalition, 1st Wed., 349-1970; AMIGOS, 339-9461; Audubon Society, 341-2534; Bois d’Arc Patriots, 827-2632; Bread for the World, Dist. 3, Joe Haag, 741-1991×298 & 495-1494; Brotherhood of Viet Vet., 224-9750; Brown Berets, 337-4135; Citizens’ Assn. for Sound Energy 946-9446; Citizens for Comm. Health, 1st Fri., 363-2979; Clean Air Coalition, 387-2785; Comanche Peak Life Force, Wed. wkly, 337-5885; Cmte. in Solidarity with the People in El Sal375-3715; Dallas Gay Alliance, 2nd Mon., 528-4233; Democratic Socialist Org. Cmte. E. Dal. Nghbrhood Assn., 3rd Mon., 827-1181; Fellowship 1-370-3805; Frederick Douglass Voting Council, every Fri., 426-1867; Gray Panthers of Dallas-Fort Worth, 2nd Sat., 227-8332; Love Field Cit. Action Cmte., 526-8481; Low Income Housing Security Cmte., 748-5861; Nghborhood Info. & Action Service, 827-2632; Neighbors United for Quality Ed., 823-6713; North Texas Abortion Rights Action League 8188; NOW Col. Solar Club, 659-5254; Progressive Voters League, 372-8168; Sierra Club, 2nd Wed., 369-5543; 1st Mon., 750-9736; S. Central Civic League, 375-5038; S.E. Dal. Nghbrhood Club, every 4th Sat., 421-7931; Sound 321-6960; Txns. for Handgun Control, 528-3985; Tx. Cmte. on Natural Resources, 352-8370; Tx. Tenants Union, 823-2733; 526-1853; Urban Affairs Center 372-6801; War Resisters League, 337-5885; W. Dal. Nghbrhood Group, 3rd Wed., 631-1586. AUSTIN ACORN, 8 nghbrhood groups, 442-8321; Amn.