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NOW YOU CAN PUSH THE BUTTON TO STOP A NUCLEAR WAR. They have their hotline. Now we have ours. Call toll-free and order your Nuclear War Prevention Manual, the detailed guide to nuclear war and everything you can do to stop it. It might just be the most important phone call you ever made. Made possible by the Campaign Against Nuclear War and its affiliated THE NUCLEAR HOTLINE 800-528-6050 EXT. 99 Public Media Center NUCLEAR ARMS CONTROL HOTLINE. Call information on arms 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. LEGAL RESEARCH, LAW STUDENTS provide reasonably. Mark Ryan, “Law,” Box 116, Dallas, Texas 75275. BOOK HUNTING? No obligation search for rare or out-of-print books. Sue Spradlin, Austin, Texas 78763. TEXANNA specialist. Browsing by appointment only. 1112 W. 10th, Austin. SAN ANTONIO ACLU, 106 South St. Mary’s, San Antonio 78205. Call 224-6791. Join us at our Liberty Fiesta, November 12. BACKPACKING MOUNTAINEERING RAFTING. Outback Expeditions, P.O. Box 44, FREEWHEELING BICYCLES. 2404 San Ga briel, Austin. For whatever your bicycle needs. JOIN THE ACLU. Membership $20. Texas Civil Liberties Union, 600 West 7th, Austin 78701. DRAFT REGISTRATION QUESTONS? Draft counseling available from American Friends Service Committee, 1022 W. 6th, Austin 78703 TEXAS BOOKS & AUTHORS MAGAZINE: $10.00 for six issues. Write Dept. A-6, Box 13622, Houston 77007. THE JUST-PUBLISHED 1971-1981 Texas Observer Index is now available. Contact the 477-0746. WE DON’T EXPECT EVERY WOMAN to join the National Organization for Women. Just the 100,000 who are discriminated against and the men who care. $27. Texas NOW, Box 1131, Richardson, TX 75080. COMMUNITY ORGANIZERS ACORN needs organizers to work with low and moderate income families in 16 states for political and economic justice. Direct action on neighborhood deterioration, utility rates, taxes, health care. Tangible results and enduring rewards long hours and low pay. Training provided. Contact 442-8321, Austin. LECTURES ON HUMAN EMOTIONS one lecture or a series. Lois Fahs Timmins, Ed.D., 22 years psychiatric experience. Inquiries welcomed. 6145 Anita St., Dallas, Texas 75214. WHEATSVILLE FOOD CO-OP. 3101 Guadalupe, Austin 78705. Open 9 to 11. PETE SEEGER IN CONCERT FOR NU-CLEAR DISARMAMENT, a benefit for the Austin Peace and Justice Coalition. Saturday, April 7, 8:00 p.m., Austin Opera House, 200 5877. SHADE TREE COMPUTER MAINTENANCE Microcomputer service and repair. 5645 975-6760. POSITION AVAILABLE: Executive Director, fundraiser, organizer, organizational spokesperson, legislative lobbyist, writer, editor, administrator, etc. Send resume to Texas Civil Liberties Union Search Committee, 600 W. 7th, Austin, Texas 78701. Salary negotiable. RIstmaster. if undeliverable, send Form 3579 to The Texas Observer, 600 W. 7th, Austin, Texas 78701 THE KENNEDY ADMINISTRATION: REALITY BEYOND THE MYTH A two-day symposium sponsored by Dedman College, Southern Methodist University, will offer an informative and scholarly examination of the policies and accomplishments of the presidency of John F. Kennedy. March 29, noon Student Center Grand Ballroom “The Peace Corps Diplomats of Optimism” R. Sargent Shriver Jr. March 29, 1:30 pm panel Caruth Auditorium “The Kennedy Legacy: What Remains?” R. Sargent Shriver Jr. & John Seigenthaler March 29, 7:30 pm panel McFarlin Auditorium “Looking Back at JFK” Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. March 30, 10:00 am panel Caruth Auditorium “Running the Kennedy White House” Theodore Sorensen & Roger Hilsman March 30, noon Student Center Grand Ballroom “Did Kennedy Make a Difference?” Theodore Sorensen All events are open to the public, but reservations are necessary for the noon luncheons at $6.50 for each luncheon. Mail check to Gloria Wise, Dedman College, SMU, Dallas, Texas 75275. CLASSIFIED BY OWNER, 15 minutes from downtown Austin, 2,000 sq. ft. custom home in lovely Chaparral Park; one acre, pool with private stone wall, Hays WAR RESISTERS LEAGUE Organizer’s Training Program, July 21-30, 1984. Political philosophy, current issues and techniques of organizing are explored through discussions with experienced resource people and personal sharing. Cost $220. THE TEXAS COUNCIL ON FAMILY VIO-LENCE needs your support to our efforts to end domestic assaults in our state. Only $25 buys a yearly membership and our highly acclaimed monthly newsletter, The River. Write to: Texas Council on Family Violence, 2525 Wallingwood #1107, Austin, Texas 78746 or call 512/327-8582 for our membership brochure and newsletter sample. WORKING TO KEEP STATE AND CHURCH SEPARATE. Houston Chapter of American Atheists. Write: P.O. Box 92008, Houston, Texas THE LIBERTARIAN PARTY meets first Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m., Austin Public Library, 800 Guadalupe, meeting room A. Contact Gary Edward Johnson, 1500 Royal Crest #132, ters, 7887 Katy Freeway #385, Houston 77024, DUGGER & SON INC. Homebuilding, commercial building, remodeling, additions, repairs, fences. Write Gary Dugger at 3103 Wabash, Austin 78705, or come by. 32 MARCH 23, 1984