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THE PROGRESSIVE THE TEXAS OBSERVER INVITE YOU TO A JOINT BENEFIT TO CELEBRATE THE GLORY AND DANCE AWAY THE HEARTACHE OF THE INDEPENDENT PRESS IN AMERICA Progressive Organizations The Observer is now filling orders for its mailing list of progressive organizations. The list is available for a $5 processing fee to any group deemed progressive in purpose. Please send us the name, address, and phone number of any group we’ve omitted. The Observer especially thanks to those friends who helped with the updating task. AROUND TEXAS Amarillo: Clergy and Laity Concerned, 373-8668; Panhandle Environmental Awareness Cmte., 376-8903. Arlington: United Viet. Vets. Organization, 461-6453. Arp: NOW, 566-8263. Bastrop: Central Tx. Lignite Watch, 321-5246. Bay City: Matagorda Co. Citizens for Environmental Protection, 245-2261. Beaumont: NOW, 833-9966; Sierra Club, 866-2814; United Viet. Vets. Organization, 727-4873. Bonham: Citizens Party, 111 E. 5th St., 75418. College : Station: Alternative, 846-8022; Brazos Valley Peace Action, 693-1532; Brazos Valley Sierra Club, 696-7437; Bread for the World, 696-2802; Gay Student Services, 846-8022; NOW, 696-9538; Women and Agriculture Information Network, 846-2506. Corpus Christi: American GI Forum, 241-8647; Coastal Bend Sierra Club, 883-0586; C.C. Cmte. on Justice in El Salvador, 884-6699; C.C. Ground Zero, 884-2898; Gulf Coast Conservation Assoc., 991-9690; League of Women Voters, 991-4059; LULAC, 882-8284; NAACP, 884-8541; NOW, 883-4469; OPUS, 881-6308; Tx. Pesticide Abuse Coalition, 855-7061; Women’s Political Caucus, 854-1080; Women’s Shelter, 881-8888. Denton: Tx. Gay Task Force, 387-8216., El Paso: El Paso Interreligious Sponsoring Organization, 772-1483; El Paso Peace Coalition, 9524 Bellis Ave. , 79925; Santa Lucia Reach Out, 518 Gallagher, 79915. Euless: Dist. 10 Demos., 283-7001. Fredericksburg: Fredericksburg Peace Alliance, 997-3263. Gainesville: Organizing Cmte for Nat’l Writers Union, 411 N. Morris St., 76240. Galveston: Sierra Club, 765-9289. Garland: Bread for the World, 495-1494. Hereford: Tx. Rural Legal Aid, 364-3961. Littlefield: Socialist Party, Box 926, 79339. Lubbock: National Lawyers’ Guild, 799-2714; Network, 796-1905; NOW, 793-0582; South Plains Alternative Resources Coalition, 7964905; South Plains Clergy and Laity Concerned, 2007 28th St., 79411; West Tx. Demos., 792-5720. Midland: United Viet. Vets. Organization, 684-3768; Tx. Women’s Political Caucus-Permian Basin, 683-3863. Muleshoe: Chicanos UnidosCampesinos, Inc., 272-4233; Defensa, 272-4233. Nacogdoches: East Tx. Cmte. for Nuclear Awareness, 564-4553; Tx. Cmte on Natural Resources, 564-9728. Raymondville: Centro del Pueblo, 759 W. Hidalgo, 78580. Robstown: Citizens Against Dumps, Rt. 2, 78380. San Angelo: Concho Valley Sierra Club, 944-2424. San Marcos: Americans for a Secure Future, 396-4222; Students Against Continued InvolveSaratoga: Big Thicket Assn., 274-5000. Temple: Ground Zero, 771-3779; Temple Peace Group, 771-3779; United Viet. Vets. Organization, 773-7987; Texas City: Gulf Coast Council on Foreign Affairs, 938-1211, ext. 296/297. Tyler: Interfaith Peace Fellowship, 593-5650; NOW, 566-2705; Tyler Nuclear Awareness Group, 593-0184; Tyler Peace Group, 561-5501. Border Assn. for Refugees from Central America, 585-4003; Cmte. Against Public Utilities, Box 789, Brownsville 78520; La Raza Legal Alliance, 402 E. Harrison, 2nd Floor, Harlingen, 78550; Oficina Legal, Box 1493, San Juan, 78589; Proyecto Libertad, 425-9552; Sierra Club, 687-2169; Tx. Health Coalition, 113 W. Harding, Harlingen, 78550; Valley Citizens for a Bilateral Nuclear Weapons Freeze, 682-1857; Valley Interfaith, 787-7283; Valley Pesticide Coalition, 968-9574; Valley’ Troqueros, .1101 Vine, Suite A, McAllen 78501. Waco: ACLU, 755-3611; American GI Forum, 799-8712; Audubon Society, 3701 Beverly Dr., 76711; Baylor Young Demos., 756-4839; Bread for the World, 772-3135; CURE, 754-2008; IMPACT, 772-7006; League of Women, Voters, 754-1066; LULAC, 776-0438; NOW 752-5975. Wichita Falls: Citizens for Nuclear Awareness, 691-6001. ADDITIONS Austin: Austinites for Public Transportation, 454-9060; Blackland Neighborhood Assn,, 474-1243; Leonard Peltier Support Group, 472-4142; Texans for Children, 445-0414; Texas Death Penalty ActionGroup, 3104 Dancy, 78722; UCAM, c/o Carlota Smith, Dept. of Linguistics, UT-Austin, 78712; Women and Their Work, 477-1064. Dallas: Dallas Area Bilateral Nuclear Freeze Coalition, 324-1972; Physicians for Social Responsibility, 688-2699. Houston: Physicians for Social Responsibility, 792-5048, or 774-4006. THE TEXAS OBSERVER 19