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SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR Notices on upcoming events must reach the Observer at least three weeks in advance. HIROSHIMA AND NAGASAKI TALK The Houston Physicians for Social Responsibility are sponsoring a public talk by J. William Hollingsworth, Professor of Medicine at the University of California San Diego Medical School, called “Hiroshima and Nagasaki Bombings: Lesson for the Day.” May 25, 8 p.m., UT School of 669-9075 for information or directions to the meeting room. AID FOR EL SALVADOR Texas Committees in Solidarity with the ning an aid campaign to send medical care and supplies to the Salvadorian people. A fundraising dinner for the Dallas campaign will be May 20, 6:30 p.m., 4906 Bonnie View, $5. Call local CISPES groups for PEACE PILGRIMAGE Pax Christi of Columbia University is sponsoring a walking pilgrimage beginning at the Pentagon, May 22, and ending on Hiroshima Day, August 5, at the Pantex Plant in Amarillo which is the final assembly point for all nuclear weapons made in the U.S. Funds will be collected during the pilgrimage by the Solidarity Peace Fund which was established by the Diocese of Amarillo to provide counseling, training, and social services to workers who consider resigning their jobs at Pantex for reasons of conscience. For information contact Northwest Texas Clergy and Laity Concerned, 2031c S. Hughes, Amarillo 79109. ART SERIES “Moonstruck,” a collaborative art event featuring music dance, and visual arts will be presented by Women and Their Work, May 22, 8 p.m., Capital City Playhouse, Austin. The series will be shown again June 4 at Austin’s Laguna Gloria amphitheater. NUKE NEWS A program entitled “What About the Russians?” will air in Austin, 7 p.m., May 24, Cable Channel 10, to deal with this frequent question asked of nuclear arms control advocates. TEACHING NUCLEAR ISSUES Resource guides for elementary school teachers, “Growing Up in a Nuclear Age,” and for secondary school teachers, “Nuclear Dangers,” have just been published by the Nuclear Information and Resourcce Service, 1346 Conn. Ave. NW, Washington, D.C., 20036. Each 32-page annotated guide to reading and classroom materials is $5 plus 85C postage from MRS. KERRVILLE FESTIVAL The annual Texas Arts and Crafts Festival will be Memorial Day weekend, May 28-30, in Kerrville, featuring traditional music, displays by Texas artisans, camping reservations and information. WOMEN’S CENTER PARTY The Austin Center for Battered Women will have its 6th Anniversary Party at the Caliente Chili Warehouse, Austin, 5-9 p.m., May 27. Tickets are $7.50. Call 385-0620 to volunteer as a sponsor of the event. CAN-IT CAMPAIGN The Citizen’s Anti-Nuclear Information the 20 million ‘acceptable dead’ ” messages ready to send President Reagan. Write CAN-IT: 1424 Kipling St., Houston, 77006, for a free copy of the message that protests the Pentagon’s limited nuclear war strategy. MORE BENEFIT The second annual Jerry Jeff Walker “Another Year, Another Bash” concert will benefit the Texas Mobilization for Survival and the Zilker Park Posse. Joe Ely and others will also perform in Austin, Auditorium Shores, May 29, 11 a.m.midnight. Tickets are $6.50 in advance at Oat Willie’s; $8 at the gate. CARLETON WATKINS PHOTOS The Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth; will exhibit vintage photographs examining the career of Carleton Watkins, 19th century American photographer, through May 22. Featured in the show will be the 1861 mammoth-plate photographs of Yosemite that helped persuade Congress to put that area under permanent protection. US-SOVIET DISCUSSION The Corpus Christi Ground Zero organization will present a program and discussion on “Can We Trust the Russians?” at Parkway Presbyterian Church, Corpus Christi, June 9. 884-2898 or 884-6699 for time. CENTRAL AMERICA RESOURCE CENTER The Central America Resource Center opens June 1, 600 W. 28th St., Suite 102, Austin, as, a research and documentation facility for those needing legal, political, and social environment information about 476-9841 for an explanation of services. EIG THICKET FESTIVAL The 18th Annual Big Thicket Day Festival of continuous entertainment, early day craft demonstrations, arts and crafts booths, guided tours into the Big Thicket National Preserve, and country cooking, will be June 4, Big Thicket Museum, Saratoga, Texas, 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. Write for advance reservations for canoe trips: Box 198, Hwy 770, Saratoga, Tx., 77585. ANTI-NUKE MEET The National Freeze Campaign Committee will hold its semi-annual meeting in Ft. Worth, June 10-12. Citizens for Education families to house freeze proponents for the or for agenda information and schedule. Progressive Organizations The Observer has built up lists of organizations in Texas. The list is now being updated, and we will resume publishing it when the updating is complete. We ask that all groups on the present list send us their current mailing address and phone number. We also plan to compile a mailing list with this information. We will send this list to any organization deemed progressive in purpose, in exchange for a $5 fee to cover our time, copying and mailing cost. We will respect the wish of any group who requests that information about it not be given out. Sign at the plant where Karen Silkwood worked at the time of her death. Pho to by Alan Pog ue 22 MAY 20, 1983