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etc.fizteca 2600 E. 7th St. Austin, Texas 477-4701 vegetarian food Life Insurance and Annuities OF’ Martin Elfant, CLU 4223 Richmond, Suite 213, Houston, TX 77027 DIA DE LOS MUERTOS Mexic-Arte, Austin, will present Dia de October 31-November 1, Austin, featuring a downtown artistic procession, art exhibit, and death spectacular show at the Paramount Theater. Musicians, dancers, poets, actors and visual artists are invited to participate, as well as the general public. Traditional foods such as tamales, pan de muertos, atole, and antojitos will be served at the Arts Warehouse exhibit, October 31. November 1 will be the fantastic parade of low riders, mariachi bands, ballet folkioricos, and others form 6th Street to the Arts Warehouse. The Death spectacular, featuring a presentation on Jose Guadalupe Posada, originator of the calavera/skeleton forms, will be at the Paramount, November 2. Contact Mexicabout all events, including times, prices, and special features. RUSSELL LEE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP FUND An endowed scholarship in photography is being established at the University of Texas, Austin, Art Department, in memory of Russell Lee, internationally recognized documentary photographer who died August 28, 1986, in Austin. Contributions for the Russell Lee Memorial Scholarship Fund are being sought “to commemorate his great warmth, kindness and enthusiasm for students.” Contact Prof. Gibbs Milliken, UTAustin Art Department, Austin 78712, for information on how to contribute. PORTRAIT OF TEXAS Commissioned by the Texas Historical Foundation in 1984, this exhibition presents 150 images by 16 photographers, including Frederick Baldwin, Wendy Watriss, Ave Bonar, Jim Bones, Carol Coen, and others. The landscape, culture, people, and institutions in all areas of the state are covered. The exhibit will be on view through November 2, Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, as part of TexArt/150, a statewide program of art to celebrate the 1986 Texas sesquicentennial. THE MEXICAN LEGACY IN TEXAS The Texas Committee for the Humanities and the Universidad Nacional Autdnoma de main university in Mexico City, will sponsor a lecture and symposium on the Mexican Legacy in Texas, November 7-8, in the San Fernando Cathedral and Mexican Cultural Institute of San Antonio. Dr. Miguel LeonPortilla will be the 1986 Texas Lecturer on the Humanities and will speak on “Mexico’s Cultural Legacy and Identity,” on Friday, November 7, at 8 p.m., in the San Fernandy Cathedral, admission free. The symposium is one of many inter-cultural education programs that UNAM provides to promote understanding and dialogue between the people of Mexico and Texas. The Symposium topics will include, “Spanish Language and Cultural Identity,” “Migration and the Mexican Legacy,” and “The Border and Cultural Identity.” For a complete schedule and to register write TCH, 1604 Nueces, Austin 78701; $25 registration fee. KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES To keep up with events and organizations working for peace and justice in your area subscribe to: Dallas Peace Times, 3100 Martin Luther King, Jr., Blvd., Dallas Houston Peace Now, the Interfaith Peaceforce/FOR, Box 56123, Houston 77256; and the Austin Peace and Justice Coalition Newsletter, 1022 W. CASA MARIANELLA BANQUET The second annualCasa Marianella banquet will be November 13, Fellowship Hall, St. Martin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, 606 West 15th St., Austin. The banquet will help to keep the Casa going and support justice for Central Americans; banquet organizers aim to raise $25,000 in one night. For information or to volunteer ROSIE THE RIVETER The Houston Area Chapter of the National Organization for Women will present Rosie the Riveter an acclaimed film about the women who worked in factories during World War II in jobs previously held exclusively by men, and who, when the war was over and the men came home, were “encouraged” to leave November 13, #4 6673 for details. CHICANO POLITICS Chicano Politics will be the theme of a forum sponsored by the Texas Union Chicano Culture Committee at the UTAustin Texas Union, November 13-14. The Chicano Culture Committee hopes to draw community attention to issues facing Mexican Americans in Texas by centering on political involvement, immigration, voter registration, community organizing, education, and economic issues. Speakers include State Senator Gonzalo Barrientos, State Representative Lena Guerrero, Ruben BoVelasquez \(Southwest Voter Registration United Farm founded, Mexican PEACE AND JUSTICE FAIR The second annual Houston Peace and Justice Fair will be November 22, 9 a.m.4 p.m., with booths, food, music, forums, and a keynote address by former CIA agent, John Stockwell. Forums will include topics such as terrorism; peace strategies; South Africa; the role of the churches; Middle East; views of the USSR; and Central America. $2 donation. Whole Earth ProvisionCompany 1 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. 8868 Research Blvd. rdaistil.v.:4.:,exesovh4e6ria%:6%.14.5″Amw,lcitor..dKagt.4:4 14:y&F,AWAtauktata.Vhadukaicusuba! East Dallas Printing Company Full Service Union Printing 211 S. 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