The Houston Draft Counseling Group has recently been formed to counsel persons of
draft registration age regarding legal options to
registration and/or the draft. For further information please call 524-5925.
The Houston Residents Citizen Participation
Commission will hold elections on Saturday,
December 13, from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm in the
Mayor's office. The commission will serve as an
ongoing community-wide advisory board helping to determine neighborhood priorities for the
city's Community Development Program.
Anyone who is 18 or older and not an elected
official is eligible to be a candidate for the
elections. This should be a good opportunity
to provide input to the city government about
environmental issues in your neighborhood.
For more information about the commission,
contact Phymeon S. Jackson of the Community
Development Division at 749-0452.
Women Who Want to Play Softball (slow-
pitch) in a Houston City League, please call
coaches Linda Lovell or Marty Bryant at 527-
8712 after 6 pm. First team meeting will be
in January. Experienced players needed but
beginners are especially welcome.
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission Hearings
on the Allen's Creek Nuclear Generating
Station begin Jan. 12 & 13 at the American
Legion's Hall in Wallis; then moves to the Bates
College of Law auditorium at the U. of H. on
Jan. 14 & 15. More sessions will begin at the
U. of H. on Jan. 16 and will contunue through
The Citizens Anti-Nuclear Information
Team (Can It) has published a brochure-
"Nuclear Power: What Does it Cost? Who
Pays?" describing many of the issues at stake
in the Allen Creek proposal. For a free copy of
the pamphlet send a self-addressed, stamped
envelop to Ann Wharton, 1424 Kipling,
Houston, TX 77006, or for more information,
call CAN IT: 522-3343.
The 31st Annual Houston Charity Cat Show is
coming to Albert Thomas Convention Center,
Jan. 9-11, 1981. Cats whose breeding is
'decidedly mixed if not totally indeterminate'
are eligible. Benefits go to the Houson SPCA,
Robert Winn Foundation and Houston Mini-
Shelter. Entry deadline for the Household
Pet Shows is Dec. 15. For information, phone
Gloria Steinem will be in town the end of
Jan. for the Women' Career Convention.
The First Annual Houston Women's Career
Convention, Jan. 30-31 at the Hyatt Regency
Houston, will host a "supermarket of career information". Gloria Steinem and Dr. Joyce
Brothers will be the keynote speakers at the
convention. Registration is $15 for each day
includes admission to the exhibit area & attend
ance to all workshops. For more information
contact the sponsors, Leigh Communications
Inc., 676 St. Clair, Suite 1800, Chicago
III. 60611, or call Sherren Leigh, 312/951
The Women's Group is offering two programs:
'A Women's Spiritual Celebration' led by
Clara Kern, Dec. 14, 10:00 am. 'Surviving
the Holidays is Especially Hard for the
Single Person'. Dealing with the stress and depression. Learning to enjoy the season, led by
Mary Jane Huber. Dec. 21, 10:00 am. Discussions at the First Unitarian Church, 5210
Fannin St. For information, phone Elaine
Gaslowitz: 869-7221 or462-8102
Women in Life on Earth is organizing a second
Pentagon Action for Mother's Day. Write
P.O. Box 580/Amherst, Mass. 01002.
UH Researchers Seeking Volunteers. Psychologists at the University of Houston are
again seeking volunteers for a study evaluating methods of helping people overcome
depression. We are seeking women between
the ages of 18 & 60 who feel depressed, sad,
unhappy, or "blue". Women who are selected
will meet in small groups once a week for 10
weeks on the UH campus. For further
information call The Depression Research
Project at 749-7107.
Private harmonica lessons. Beginners to
advanced. Country, Blues, Folk and Rock at
woman owned music-studio. Call 975-7280.
Options Career Coop: designed for home-
makers entering or re-entering job market; or
preparing for career change. For more
information, call 465-1118.
The Scribner Service saves precious time,
this holiday to enjoy—let us address Christmas greetings: holiday invitations in beauti-
fuy handwritten script. 520-0877 or 524-5274.
Women's softball team needs non-sexist sponsor
with $350-500 for entry fees, equipment,
uniforms. We'll wear your company or organization name. Call coach Linda Loveli at 527-
8712 or 749-3640 x 14 for details.
Jazz Records, New and Used, Bought and
Sold — Jazzroom, 808 Lovett, Monday-
Saturday, 12-7 pm—529-0926.
Musician's Referral has helped thousands of
bands and musicians connect since 1978.
Now booking bands and specialty entertainment. Surprise Someone. Call 975-0797
Flute lessons. Beginner to advanced, all ages
Call 975-6578. Excellent references.
COLLECTOR'S ITEM: a complete set of
Houston Breakthrough, 1976-1981. Fifty issues
for $50, plus $5 postage. Mail to Houston
Breakthrough, P. 0. Box 88072, Houston, TX
77004. Our office will be closed from December 17 through January 10 and orders will be
filled promptly when we repoen. No phone
The Greater Houston Chapter of the ACLU is
looking for an executive director. Application
deadline: December 31. Send resume to ACLU
1236 W. Gray, Houston 77019. For more information call 524-5925.
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SPECIAL CHRISTMAS CONCERT
Tuesday, December 23rd with
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December 6-31, 1980
THE HEIGHTS BOOKSTORE:
The HoustonArts Club
GREAT AMERICAN POPS
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Selected from a Forty-Year Span of American Popular Music
Thursday, January 29-9:00 p.m.
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A complete set of
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$50 plus $5 postage. Mail check,
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(Our offices will be closed from
December 17 through January 10,
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