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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 MIMIKET 1610 San Antonio Austin, Tex. 78701 472-1900 Hours: 7am 7pm Mon. to Fri. and 8am 4pm on Sat SOCIAL CAUSE CALENDAR SCULPTURE IN AUSTIN The Austin Sculpture Annual, a major juried and invitational exhibit, will be held at MEXIC-ARTE, 419 Congress, Austin, September 2 through September 30, 1988. The Sculpture Annual will bring together different styles and schools of thinking and provide exposure for local artists as well as presenting significant work from around the state. A public reception will be held September 23 in conjunction with MEXIC-ARTE’s grand opening and fifth year anniversary celebration. The reception will be held at the gallery beginning at 5 p.m. and continue until midnight. For more information call CASAS EXHIBIT IN AUSTIN Mel Casas, a special retrospective exhibition of the artist’s work will open at Laguna Gloria Art Museum in Austin on September 3 and run through October 16, 1988. The exhibit will introduce to Texas the painting of this artist and educator, who is considered to be a precursor of the Chicano art movement, but whose work is not widely known or seen. Casas’s realistic work, spanning the years from 1965 to the present, has been dominated by a single series Casas refers to as Humanscapes showing scenes of contemporary culture. Through his paintings Casas makes forceful and complex observations about our culture and the experience of Chicanos within it. Casas was born in El Segundo in El Paso, received degrees from Texas Western College and the University of the Americas in Mexico. Since 1961 he has taught at San Antonio College where he has been chairman of the Art Department for the last ten years. For more information contact Scout Carr East Dallas Printing Company Full Service Union Printing 211 S. Peak Dallas, Tx 75226 22 SEPTEMBER 2, 1988 OBSERVANCES September 3, 1957 Elizabeth E4ford is blocked from becoming first black student at Little Rock Central High School. September 5, 1877 Crazy Horse assassinated while in custody. September 6, 1860 Social reformer Jane Addams born. September 7, 1958 First meeting of the New York Daughters of Bilitis, pioneer Lesbian organization. September 7, 1968 Coalition of women’s groups disrupts Miss America Pageant, first mass demonstration in modern women’s movement. September 8, 1965 United Farm Workers’ grape strike begins in Delano, California. September 8, 1974 President Ford pardons former President Nixon. September 11, 1973 CIA-assisted military coup overthrows Chilean President Salvador Allende. September 13, 1971 Prison uprising at Attica, New York, ends with deaths of 37 inmates. September 14, 1959 Landrum-Griffin Act passed, limiting trade union activities. TEXAS NOW CONVENES The annual convention of the Texas State National Organization for Women will be held at the Beulah Land Camp, 4555 Old Shady Grove, Nacogdoches, on September 9, 10, and 11. For more et -Listed On The National Register of Historic Places “Go gather by the humming sea Some twisted, echo-harboring shell, And to it all thy secrets tell” W. B. Yeats P.O. Box 8 Port Aransas, TX 78373 LABOR DAY CELEBRATIONS Here is a list of celebrations scheduled for September 5, as provided by the Texas AFL-CIO: Austin: Picnic at Auditorium Shores. Barbecue served mid-day; $4 a plate, drinks provided. Games and booths. In case of rain, IBEW Hall, 210 S. Congress. Dallas: Breakfast at 8:45 a.m. at Dallas Park Inn _Plaza Commerce. Guest speaker Representative Clint Hackney. $12 per El Paso: Breakfast at 9 a.m. at Plaza Hotel, Oregon and Mills Streets. Speaker 562-4747 for more information. Houston: Harris County Central Labor Council, Houston Building Trades, and Gulf Coast Trades have jointly sponsored a breakfast at 8 a.m., IBEW 716 Hall, 1476 North Loop West. $12. Distinguished service award to Congressman John Bryant. Speaker: Ed Carlough, President of the Sheetmetal Workers. Permian Basin: “Jobs with Justice” is the theme of the 31st annual celebration of Labor Day by this CLC. The event starts at 11:30 a.m. in Odessa’s Sherwood Community Center. Sabine Area: Third annual Carl Parker Labor Day Picnic on the Beaumont Fairgrounds from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Barbeque, games, rides. Several statewide officials will speak. San Antonio: Annual Labor Day breakfast at Shriner’s Temple, 4th and Avenue B, 8:30 a.m. Speakers are Mayor Henry Cisneros, Congressman Henry B. Gonzalez, and Laurie Tucker. UAW CAP Council: Picnic and softball tournament in Franko Park, Grand Prairie.