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0 SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR= Notices on upcoming events must reach the Observer at least three weeks in advance. The Austin Coalition Against U.S. Intervention needs help with two projects: a human billboard on IH 35 from 7:308:30 a.m. and 4:30-5:30 p.m. weekdays and volunteers to staff information tables help. CEC LIBRARY The Citizens’ Environmental Coalition, Houston, regularly assists students who are researching environmental topics. Their small but unique collection includes clippings, documents, and books which are not available elsewhere in the city. Librarians have begun organizing and cataloging the materials, and will be available for reference help in January. SINGULAR POINTS OF VIEW The Art Museum of South Texas, Corpus Christi, will show the diverse, and at times unorthodox, paintings, sculptures, drawings, and photographs of ten contemporary Texas artists in a “Singular Points of View” exhibit, January 7-February 19. COWBOYS AND CADILLACS The changing images of Texas in the movies will be examined in a program of films and panel discussions among scriptwriters, actors, film critics and historians, beginning January 19, Saengerunde Hall, 1607 San Jacinto, Austin. Sponsors are the People’s History in Texas, Laguna Gloria Art Museum, College of Liberal Arts-UT, and Texas Monthly Press. Call Laguna Gloria Art WOMEN’S PAVILION The 1984 World’s Fair in New Orleans will feature a Women’s Pavilion to recognize and celebrate the achievements and contributions of women throughout the world. One part of the Pavilion will be a multipurpose room with changing exhibits demonstrating women’s creativity and the positive options women are creating for the future. Those wishing to submit ideas for exhibits or performances for the Multipurpose Room should contact Linda Perrett, Box 828, St. Mary’s Dominican College, 7214 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, LA 70118. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED The Central America Resource Center, Austin, provides current information, speakers, and other resources on Central America and gives legal support to those working on refugee cases. To do this, the Center maintains a library of news clippings, journals, reports. Volunteers are urgently needed to index this material for computer entry. Training will be provided; hours are flexible. To volunteer, call Lynn NGTF SEEKS NOMINEES The Nominating Committee of the National Gay Task Force Board of Directors is seeking experienced lesbian and gay leaders from around the country for consideration as candidates for selection to the Board. Willingness to do fundraising and a proven leadership role with a gay/lesbian constituency are criteria. Interested persons should call or write NGTF, 80 Fifth Ave., New York, NY prior to January 31. WACO ART “The Art Center 1983 Competition” exhibit of mixed media works by artists living within a seventy-five mile radius of Waco will continue through January 22 at The Art Center, Waco. Dave Hickey, art critic for the Fort Worth StarTelegram, juried the competition and selected the show from over two hundred entries. SAVE A CHILD IN TEXAS For fourteen years Texas has been 49th among states in providing financial aid to monthly child support payments being $42. Texans for Children and the Texas Alliance for Human Needs are launching a massive postcard campaign asking for a special legislative session to make AFDC payments appropriate to the cost of meeting the needs of children. Concerned Texans should send postcards to: The Honorable Gov. Mark White, State Capitol, Box 12428, Austin, 78711; Speaker of the House Gib Lewis, Box 2910, Austin, 78769; and, Lt. Gov. William Hobby, Box 12068, Austin, 78711. CLASSIFILD HELP WANTED 20 firs/week, $ 6/1:10i Aotgowyk against the, d e ath ,itettilbilOated in Austin. Dallas u s ton. Send resume by Dec. 19th to Athnesty international, 6903 Deaionhill Dr., 4, Austin, TX 78745, NUCLEAR ARMS CONTROL HOTLINE. Cali control and military budget legislation, and what you can do about it. Updated weekly. 100 Maryland Avenue NE, Washington, DC 20002. Council for a Livable World. BOOK HUNTING? No obligation search for rare or out-of-print books. Sue Spradlin, BOOKFRONT: TEXANNA specialist. Browsing by appointment only. 1112 W. 10th, Austin. TEXAS BOOKS & AUTHORS MAGAZINE: 510.00 for six issues. Write Dept. A-6. Box 13622, Houston 77007. DIGITAL-QUARTZ Watch Repair. 626 West 34th Street, Austin, 452-6312. Sam Tern. 1:00 5-30 p.m., Monday-Friday, 30 DECEMBER 23, 1983 W.EDON7.k1NPti,, the National ‘Organ44 .. Women.:Just”the 100.000 000 who aredierlininate&iinitiit’andthe’ men who care, $27. Texas ‘NOW::::’,’ 1.130-x.: ..1 la Richardson TX 750130.:. BACKPACKING MOUNTAINEERING., RAFTINti. Outback Ekpeditions, P.O. Box 44,. FREEWHEEL ING BICYCLES. 2404 San Gabriel, Austin. For whatever your bicycle needs. JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Texas Civil Liberties Union. 600 West 7th, Austin 78701. DRAFT REGISTRATION QUESTIONS? Draft counseling available from Ametican Friends Ser474-2399. THE GREAT AMERICAN CHILI BOOK Immediate Delivery. $9 postpaid. Box 284, Ventura. CA 93002. IZERS -ACORN With low and moderate iates for political and etion on