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OBSERVANCES September 16, 1810 —,Mexican In-. dependence Day began with a march led by Father Miguel de Hidalgo and the cry ‘Viva Mexico,”, September 19, 1957 = U.S. exploded the first underground’A7homb. Sepbember 21, 1963 War Resisters League organized the first demonstration against the Vietnam War. September 22; 1919 395,000 steelworkers struck UnsUccessfully for union recognition., September 26, 1947 The CIA was established. Septtnther 29, 1 .0itd’s Fort Treaty .was signed between the Republic of Texas and nine> Indian tribal chiefs. . September 29,’ 1982 U.S. Marines landed’ in Lebanon . as part. of a maltiha. tional peacekeeping forde isn’t much good if you can’t read it. Our production department is packed with experience in getting your ideas on paper. From design to full service computer typesetting, we can put the power of the pen to work for you. Call us at 442-7836. AUSTIN, TEXAS 1714 S. Congress 442-7836 Data Processing Typesetting Printing Mailing 19 THE TEXAS OBSERVER complete personal and business insurance ALICE ANDERSON AGENCY 808-A East 46th P.O. Box 4666, Austin 78765 \\,11 and Associates E 1117 West 5th Street Austin, Texas 78703 REALTOR Cn Representing all types of properties In Austin and Central Texas Interesting & unusual property a specialty. 477-3651 SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR WORKS BY WATRISS The College of the Mainland Art Gallery begins its 1986-87 exhibition season September 11 with Houston photographer Wendy Watriss’s documentary show, “Wendy Watriss: Central America.” Watriss is an award-winning, freelance photojournalist and writer whose work has appeared in Life, Newsweek, the New York Times, Time-Life Books, and the Observer. The exhibit will run through October 22, C.O.M. Gallery, 8001 Palmer Highway, MUSICA CONJUNTO La Pena, a non-profit Austin organization that promotes Latino cultural arts, will continue its summer music series featuring live conjunto music on September 12, Las Manitas Avenue Cafe, 211 Congress Ave., Austin, 6-9 p.m, with music by Los Campesinos de la Villa de Monterrey, Mexico. Requested donation is $2; refresh472-9357. EDOM ARTS FAIR The 14th Annual Edom Arts Fair will be September 13-14, Edom, Texas. the charming east Texas town that has for years been home to a community of artists and craftspeople. Homespun pageantry, lilting country music, hearty food and a rustic atmosphere will combine to make the Fair well worth the drive. Crafts on display and for sale will include pottery, painting, jewelry, traditional musical instruments, glass pieces, whimsical handmade toys and more. Weavers and artists will also be displaying their skills. Edom is a 1-1/2 hour drive east from Dallas, between Canton and Tyler on Highway 279. information. DIEZ Y SEIS Mexic-Arte will sponsor the “Diez y Seis de Septiembre” invitational art exhibit, featuring works by Mexican American artists 1886 1986 \(11 IARt i l COME STAY & CELEBRATE OUR 100th YEAR P.O. Box 8 Port Aransas, TX 78373 to commemorate and celebrate Mexican Independence Day, now through Septem ber 25, Dougherty Arts Center, 1110 Barton Springs Road, Austin, 78704. Admission is more information. PEACE AND JUSTICE FUNDRAISER The Coalition for Peace and Justice in Central America, Houston, will hold its annual fundraiser September 18, Fitzgerald’s, 2706 White Oak, Houston, 8 p.m.-midnight, featuring a rock and roll concert with Beto y Los Fairlanes, Zone, and Sonara Santa Ana. Tickets are $10, advance purchase; $12 at the door. Call \(7130 332-1761 for information. CENTRAL AMERICA CALENDAR The Austin Interfaith Task Force for Central America publishes a calendar of events for Central America organizations in Austin listing educational and political events and entertainment. To receive the listings and an informative newsletter about activities benefitting Central America work, contact AITFCA, Casa Marianella, 821 Gunter St.,