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a ismssa.s..9 401119111 ININEWSW 0 SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR AUSTIN WOMEN’S MUSIC FESTIVAL An evening of music by women with special guests Linda Tillery and Mary Watkins will benefit Womenspace. May 29, noonmidnight, Symphony Square, Austin, call 472-3053 for information. SAN ANTONIO SOLARFEST Greenpeace USA and the San Antonio Texas Solarfest in San Antonio, May 30, to promote responsible use of natural resources and solar power. Energy and environmental displays, arts and crafts, food, beer, wine, music and dancing from noon-2 a.m. on 40 acres of land at Villareal’s Ice House on Bandera Road. Call 512-653-0543 for information or to reserve a booth. TOXIC WASTE MANAGEMENT Alternatives in Toxic Waste Management is the subject of a program sponsored by the Citizens’ Environmental Coalition of Houston. Speakers and topics include Len Joeris of Envirosafe, “Stabilization Methods of Detoxification”; Larry Graybill, “Economics of Landfill”; Dr. Robert Ddggett, “Biological Treatment and Energy Recovery”; and information on a Denmark project which makes fuel from waste materials. June 5, University of Houston, University Center, 9:30 a.m.-4 PANTEX RALLY A rally and march, with keynote speaker Bishop L. T. Matthiesen, is planned for June 5-6 at the Pantex nuclear weapons facility near Amarillo. The march will begin at 11 a.m. and follow the interstate from St. Francis Church to the Pantex main gate. There will be a balloon release, entertainment, childcare, 8668. For information on peace vigils held at Pantex the last Saturday of every month, 4-5 p.m., call the latter number. U.N. SPECIAL SESSION Texans are headed to New York City for the June 11 disarmament demonstration and rally at the second United Nations Special Session on Disarmament. For details about transportation, call Texas Mobilization for RADIATION ART Women and Their Work invites artists from Travis and surrounding counties to submit works for an exhibit entitled “Radiation Risk Area” featuring responses to the civil defense 9 WE GOOFED! The art accompanying last issue’s calendar should have borne this caption: “Excerpt from poster by Michele MasonSpencer entitled If You Kill Me. Proceeds from the sale of this poster go to refugee relief in El Salvador; write Refugee Emergency Aid, P.O. Box 8047, Austin 78712.” Illustration by Nancy Collins emergency evacuation instructions contained in the Austin telephone directory. The exhibit will be shown at Dougherty Cultural Arts Center, Austin, June 12-July 10 and at Lawndale Annex, University of Houston, July 16-August 15. Call 512-477-1064. REAGAN IN HOUSTON President Ronald Reagan is scheduled to be in Houston at the Albert Thomas Convention Center on June 15 for a $1,000-a-place fundraiser for Governor Bill Clements. A coalition of groups and individuals, including Federation for Progress, Black United Front, Mickey Leland, and Sissy Farenthold, are planning a rally and march to protest Reagan’s policies. The rally will begin at 6:30 p.m. at an as-yet-unannounced site, and a march will proceed from there to the convention center. Call 713-864-5593 for details. Progressive Organizations The Observer has built up lists of political organizations in Texas we regard as progressive. The editor invites communications recommending organizations for inclusion. Because of space reasons, we will generally run the listings for Austin, San Antonio, and Houston in one issue followed by Dallas, Fort Worth, and Around Texas in the next. DALLAS ACLU, 651-7897; ACORN, 823-4580; American Indian Center, 826-8856; Amns. for Demo. Action, 368-8931; AMIGOS, 339-9461; Amnesty Intl., 361-4690; Armadillo Coalition, 349-1970; Audubon Society, 341-2534; Bois d’Arc Patriots, 827-2632; Bread for the World, Joe Haag, 741-1991×298; Brthrhood of Viet Vet., 224-9750; Brown Berets, 337-4135; Citizens’ Assn. for Sound Energy 946-9446; Citizens for Comm. Health, 363-2979; Clean Air Coalition, 387-2785; Comanche Peak Life Fo .rce, 337-5885; Cmte. in Sol375-3715; Dallas Friends Service Group, 321-8643; Dallas Gay Alliance, 528-4233; Dallas UN Assn., 526-1853; 299-5408; E. Dallas Nghbrhood Assn., 827-1181; 370-3805; Frederick Douglass Voting Council, 426-1867; Gray Panthers of Dallas-Fort Worth, 227-8332; Love Field Ctzns Action Cmte., 526-8481; Low Income Housing Security Cmte., 748-5861; .Nghborhood Info. & Action Service, 827-2632; Neighbors United for Quality Ed., 823-6713; N. Tx. Abortion NOW 8971; N. Lake Col. Solar Club, 659-5254; Progressive Voters League, 372-8168; Sierra Club, 369-5543; Civic League, 375-5038; S.E. Dal. Nghbrhood Club, 421-7931; Sound Transportation & Rapid Control, 528-3985; Tx. Cmte. on Natural Resources, 352-8370; Tx. Tenants Union, 823-2733; Urban Affairs Center War Resisters League, 337-5885; W. Dal. Nghbrhood Group, 631-1586. FORT WORTH ACLU, 534-6883; ACORN, 924-1401, Armadillo Coalition, 927-0808; Bread for the World, 924Citizens for Edu926-3827; Citizens for Fair Utility Regulation, 478-6372; Coalition of Labor Union Women, 469-1202; Dist. 10 Demos., 535-7803; First Friday, 927-0808; F.W. Tenants’ Ccl., 923-5071; IMPACT, 923-4506; Mental Health Assn., 335-5405; NOW, 336-3943; Precinct Workers Cl., 429-2706; Senatorial Dist. 12 Demos., 457-1560; Sierra Club, 923-9718; Students Demo Women’s Club, 451-8133, 927-5169; Tx. Coalition of Black Demos \(F. W. Women’s Political Caucus, 336-8700. AROUND TEXAS Alta Loma: Brthrhood of Viet. Vet., 925-6405. Amarillo: ACLU, 373-7200; Panhandle Environmental Awareness Cmte., 376-8903; Northwest Tx. Clergy and Laity Concerned, 373-8668. Bastrop: Central Tx. Lignite Watch, 321-5250. Beaumont: ACLU, 898-0743; Amnesty Intl, Karen Dweyer, 420 Longmeadow, 77707. .Brthrhood 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; Gulf Coast Conservation Assoc., 991-9690; League of Women Voters, 852-6443; LULAC, 882-8284; NAACP, 883-2931; NOW, 883-4469; Org. for the Preservation of an Unblemished Women’s Pol. Caucus, 854-1080; Women’s Shelter, 881-8888. Denton: ACLU, 387-5126. El Paso: ACLU, 545-2990; Amnesty Intl, 584-4869. El Paso Peace Coalition, 9524 Bellis Ave., 79925. Fredericksburg: Fredericksburg Peace Alliance, 9973263. Gainesville: Organizing Cmte. for Nat’l Gainesville 76240. Lubbock: ACLU, 765-8393; Nat’l Lawyers Guild, 799-2714; NOW, 793-0582; South Plains Alternative Resources Coalition, 762-8950; West Tx. Demos., 792-5720. Midland: Brthrhood of Viet Vets, 684-3768. Nacogdoches: Alternative Views, 560-4363; Pineywoods Coalition, 218 W. Austin St. San Juan: ACLU, 787-8171. San Marcos: Students Against Continued Involvement in El 443-8525. Seabrook: Galveston Bay Conservation & Preservation Assoc., 471-3119. Temple: Brthrhood of Viet Vets, 773-7987. Texas City: Gulf Coast Council on Foreign Affairs, 938-1211×296/297. Tyler: Inter-Faith Peace Felship, 593-5650 Waco: ACLU, 755-3611; Baylor YD’s, 662-6313; Bread for the World, 7723135; CURE, 754-2008; GI Forum, 799-8712; IMPACT, 772-7006, League of Women Vtrs., 776-5432; LULAC, 776-0438; NOW, 752-5975. 16 MAY 21, 1982