and its 31-member organizations continue educational work to reduce nuclear weapons, stop military intervention, and redirect military spending to meet human needs. Contributing artists will receive 25% of the selling price for their donations. Deadline for donations is November 5877, to contribute a work. BOOK SIGNING Philip Russell, author of Mexico in Transition, will autograph his new work, El Salvador in Crisis, November 30, Paperbacks Mas!, 1819 Blanco Rd., San Antonio, 7 p.m. ZIEGLER FELLOWSHIPS The Samuel E. Ziegler Fellowship is a $2,000 award used to support research in fields benefiting civil liberties and human rights work. Undergraduates, graduate students, full-time faculty, or individuals engaged in such work are eligible. Deadline for application is January 15, 1985. A paper not to exceed 5000 words is required. For information contact, The Samuel E. Ziegler Educational Fund, 1900 Southland Center, Dallas, 75201. CORRECTION: HANDWORK EXHIBIT Women and Their Work will present “HandWork: Women’s Folk Textiles,” an exhibition of fine needlework from the ethnic traditions of Texas, at the Scurry County Museum, Snyder, through December 21. This is a correction from the Diamond M Museum, Snyder. For 1064. SIGNED TOURS In order to make museums in the San Antonio Museum Association more accessible to the deaf community, the Art Museum, Witte Museum, and Transportation Museum will begin signed tours in November. For more information about these special tours, contact Martha Smith, CHILDREN OF WAR TOUR Thirty-three young people, ages 12-17, from war zones will tour schools, churches, community centers with children from the Children’s Peace Network. Six skilled group leaders are needed to accompany this group as it travels throughout six regions. To volunteer or to get more information on sponsoring a visit by the group to your city, call or write Judith Thompson, Religious Task Force/Mobilization for Survival, 855 6882. CARTIER-BRESSON. IN MEXICO The Art Museum of South Texas will feature the exhibition, “Henri CartierBresson: Photographs from Mexico 1934 and 1963,” a collection of 45 photographs taken by the French photographer who wad a master at capturing the “decisive moment” in his photographs of life as it was lived in the streets; through November 25, Art Museum of South Texas, 1902 North Shoreline Drive, Corpus Christi. Progressive Organizations The Observer has built up lists of organizations in Texas we regard as progressive. The editor invites communications recommending organizations for inclusion. We will generally print the listings for Austin and Around Texas in one issue, followed by Dallas, Fort Worth; Houston and San Antonio in the next. The complete list is available for a $5 processing fee to any group deemed progressive in purpose. AUSTIN ACLU, 447-5849; ACORN, 442-8321: Box 7279, 78712; Aran. Friends Service Cmte., 474-2399; Amnesty Intl., Box 4951. 78765; Anti-Hunger 474-9921; Assoc. for 476-7044;. Audubon Scty., 4724523; Audubon Scty. 327-1943; Aus. Lesbian-Gay Pol. Caucus, 474-2717; Aus. Nghbrhood Fund, 454-0963; Aus. Peace and Justice Coalition, 474-5877;. Aus. Tenants Ccl., 474-1961; Aus. Women’s Alcohol Resource and Education 472-5553; Aus. Women’s Centr., 472-3775; Aus. Women’s Political Caucus, 474-1798; Aus. Writers’ League, 444-9379; Austinites for Public Transportation, 454-9060; Black Aus. Demo., 478-6576; Blackland Nghbrhood Ass., 474-1243; Brthrhood of Viet Vets., 892-4220; Center for Battered Women, 472-HURT; Central America Resource Center, 476-9841; Central Ans. Demos., 477-6587; Central Tx. Lignite Watch, 479-0678; Citizens Party, 459-1022; 472-1717; Ctzns. 476-4762; Cmte. in Solidarity with the People of . El Salvador, 477-4728; Common Cause, 474-2374; 458-2472: Ecology Action, 478-1645; El Central Chicano, 472-9832; Grandparents for Nuclear Disarmament Action, 453-1727; Gray Panthers, 458-3738; IMPACT, 472-3903; 477-3281; Lawyers Alliance for Nuclear Arms 476-5121 League of Women Voters, 451-6710; Leonard Peltier Support Group, 472-4142; Live Oak Fund for Change, 476-5714; Lone Star Alliance, 472-3998; LUCHA, 477-5770; LULAC, 477-6511, ext. 2859; Max’s Pot. 928-4786; Mxn. Amn. Demos., 473-9441; Music Umbrella, 476-1324; Nat’l Lawyers’ Guild, 472-6270; NOW, 452-7276; Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign, 476-3294; Organizing Cmte. for P.O. Box 4184, 78765; Pax Christi, 258-3942; People for the American Way, 472-7007; Phogg Foundation, Box 13549, 78711; Planned Parenthood, 472-0868; Poverty Education 474-5019: Box Yes Mr. Prime Minister, we are planning to overthrow your gov’t in the very near future. Good morning, Central Intelligence Agency. I’m sorry to hear you haven’t been officially informed. Would you like me to send you a BROCHURE? C9 ID r -A-S impscryu 0/989 THE TEXAS OBSERVER 19 Caro l Simp son 1984
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