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. ik.,11 and Associates 1117 West 5th Street Austin, Texas 78703 Representing all types of properties In Austin and Central Texas Interesting & unusual property a specialty. 477-3651 REALTOR 6c Our outstanding lunches have been an Austin must for eleven years. Our international grocery features food and wine from around . the world. Come see us at our new home. Oommori MBRISET 1610 San Antonio Austin, Tex. 78701 472-1900 Hours: 7am 7pm Mon. to Fri. and 8am 6pm on Sat e t c.ft ZIOCGI 2600 E. 7th St. Austin, Texas 477-4701 vegetarian food MIS r=Irr-U -; -f SOCIAL CAUSE. CALENDAR FOR PEACE, JUSTICE, AND DISARMAMENT The Texas Peace Working Group “Organizing Convention of Texans Working for Peace, Justice, and Disarmament” in Austin, January 22-24, 1988. The Convention will launch a campaign to organize SANE/Freeze chapters in every Texas Congressional district. Dr. William Sloane Coffin, the new President of National SANE/Freeze, will be the Saturday night featured speaker. Molly Ivins, Dallas Times Herald political columnist will be the Sunday brunch speaker and Frances “Sissy” Farenthold will address the opening panel on ‘Saturday. The Convention will be held at Concordia College, 3400 North IH-35, Austin. For more information, please contact Texas Peace Working Group, 1406 W.: .6th Street, TRAINING FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ACTIVISTS The Texas Committee on Natural free training workshops to help environmental activists participate in the Texas caucus process of both the DemocratiC and Republican parties. The bipartisan training programs will cover: becoming, a state delegate for each party; organizing at the grassroots level; and getting environmental issues on the parties’ platforms. In addition, there will be preientations. ‘ DemOcratic and Republican party activists.. The training program/workshop schedule is: Austin, January 15-16, Reagan Building, Austin History Center; Fort Worth, January 30, Main library downtown; San Antonio, February 6, Institute of Texan Cultures; Dallas, OBSERVANCES January 8, 1885 A. J. Muste, peace activist, born. January 9, 1964 U.S. troops kill 21 protesters in Panama Canal Zone. January 10, 1917 Women picket the White House for right to vote. January 10, 1940 Brethren, Mennonites’, and Friends send message to Franklin Roosevelt asking for alternative service in the event of war. January 11, 1912 10,000 textile workers begin “Bread and Roses” strike in Lawrence, Massachusetts. January 12, 1957 Southern Christian Leadership Conference founded in Atlanta. January 14, 1981 President Carter authorizes sending combat equipment to the Salvadoran junta. January 17, 1970 Chicano activists gather in Crystal City, Texas, to found La Raza Unida Party. January 21, 1647 Margaret Brent becomes the first American woman to claim the right to vote. January 22, 1973 U.S. Supreme Court legalizes abortion. Disobedience is the true foundation of liberty. The obedient must be slaves. Henry David Thoreau, 1849 February 13, Wadley Research Center; Houston, February 19-20, site not yet confirmed. For more information, please contact G. K. Sprinkle, TCONR, 5405 Chevy 7748. HOST A HONDURAN STUDENT The Experiment in International Living School for International Training is looking for Austin families to host one of 60 Honduran students who will be studying in the U.S. between February 20 and July 20, 1988. The students have been selected from rural communities in Honduras and are sponsored by. the Central American Peace Scholarship initiative which is funded by the U.S. Agency for International Development. For more information, please contact Nanci Leitch, Director of Public Relations, The Experiment in International Living, Kipling Road, Brattleboro, Vermont REMEMBERING ROE V. WADE The Texas Abortion Rights Action League in celebration of the 15th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. In Austin: Thursday, January 22,` 400 Academy, from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; tickets are $12 advance or $15 at the door; for more information, contact the TARAL office at 462-1661. In Dallas: Friday, January 22, Lee Park/Arlington Hall, from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m.; tickets are $15; for more information call Judith Kaplan at 324-0345. In Houston: Friday, January 22, First Unitickets are $15; for more information, call 527-8185. In San Antonio: Friday, January 22, 347 Bushnell, at 7 p.m.; tickets are $10; for more information, call Paula Starnes at 734-4709. For information about any of the events, call Phyllis Dunham or. Vicky Worsham at the Austin office, 462-1661. East Dallas Printing Company Full Service Union Printing 211 S. Peak Dallas, Tx 75226