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.041110 Congressman John Bryant got his MANDATE before the election. P.O. SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR OH BOY! LADIES AGAINST WOMEN “Push us back, push us back, waaay back,” is but one of the many slogans used by the Plutonium Players in their awardwinning, wacko, satirical indoctrination program and consciousness-lowering group Ladies Against Women. These Ladies have greeted political notables such as the President, Phyllis Schlafly, and Jerry Falwell with banners reading “Ban Books Not Bombs” and “Born to Clean.” The Ladies are coming to Texas for a series of fundraisers for the Texas Abortion Rights dates: Dallas, April 9, Austin, April 10, State Theatre, 8 p.m., April 11, The 3061; and Houston, April 12, Fitzgerald’s, is an up-against-the-wall year for reproductive rights and TARAL needs the funds to continue its work of protecting each woman’s constitutional right to choose a safe, legal abortion. WALK TO FIGHT HUNGER CROP, the hunger education and fundraising community program of Church World Service, will have a ten kilometer walk, April 12, from the Mo-Pac bridge, north shore of Town Lake, Austin, to the Capitol, beginning at 8:30 a.m. Businesses, organizations, and folks are asked to pledge as generous a dollar amount as possible per OBSERVANCES April 21, 1836 – The Battle of San Jacinto was fought while Santa Ana Morgan, the Yellow Rose of Texas. April 21, 1888 The Capitol in Austin was first opened to the public. April 22, 1526 – First slave revolt in an American settlement began. April 28, 1965 The U.S. Marines landed in the Dominican Republic to support the military junta. April 29, 1948 Emma Long defeated three men to become the first woman elected to the Austin city council. kilometer to sponsor a willing walker. Funds raised go to CROP projects in the Sudan, Dominican Republic, and Honduras, as well as to Austin projects such as the Capital Area Food Bank, Meals on Wheels, Community Gardens, and the Faith Food Pantries. Call SOUVENIR CALENDAR A special edition of the “1986 Texas Sesquicentennial Celebration Mini History and Calendar of Events” is available for $50 from 1986 Texas, 104 S. Pearl St., Box 216, Mart 76664, 1-800-638-2000 or 1-800-8314300. Each calendar will have its own “historical, collectors’, commemorative seal stamped in gold foil” and a free packet of bluebonnet seeds. It’s a matter of taste, folks. TERRA TOYS GALLERY Terra Toys Children’s Gallery, Austin. is now exhibiting works of art created by children 15 years old and younger. including portrayals of people, impressionistic landscapes, and line drawings. For information 445-4489. NEED A JOB? Proyecto Adelante, a Dallas non-profit group which aids Central Amercian refugees, needs a bilingual interpreter and paralegal. Salary will be $14,000 plus hospitalization insurance. Write Proyecto Adelante, Box 223641, Dallas 75222. or call VOLUNTEER JOB A full time volunteer is wanted to live in Casa Marianelia, Austin, a temporary shelter for Central American refugees. Room, board, a small stipend, and health insurance will be provided for a candidate with a spiritual motivation to provide service and hospitality to refugees. Volunteer must be bilingual and aware of conditionS in Central America. Preference will be given to handicapped applicants. For detailg about the responsibilities and rewards of the job PASS LAWS CAMPAIGN If you want to join a new international campaign against Pass Laws in South Africa or become involved in work regarding other South Africa issues, call Beth Torrance, Amnesty International, Austin Chapter, complete personal and business insurance ALICE ANDERSON AGENCY 808-A East 46th P.O. Box 4666, Austin 78765 ATOWIllgeN WIfIler IADMIVIAIRM4314Negolvmwmafie~v,k.vp,.. etwre ,44-iiivirct ,pemt44 Whole Earth Provision Company Nature Discovery Gifts amaze, inform, delight Choose from our business or family gifts of lasting value, for all ages, price ranges and any occasion. Call or stop by and let us make suggestions. 2410 San Antonio St. 4006 South Lamar Blvd. 8368 Research Blvd. East Dallas Printing Company Full Service Union Printing 211 S. Peak . 75226 THE TEXAS OBSERVER 21