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Houston Breakthrough 1979-07 - 1979-08 - Page 27. July 1979 - August 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 16, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1537/show/1535.

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(July 1979 - August 1979). Houston Breakthrough 1979-07 - 1979-08 - Page 27. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1537/show/1535

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1979-07 - 1979-08
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date July 1979 - August 1979
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript classified ads Breakthrough is the largest women's newspaper in Texas. Get your message to our network of readers through the Breakthrough classifieds. Rates are 30 cents a word. Enclose your check with copy as you want it to appear. Mail to: Breakthrough Classifieds, P. O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004. Roommate to share expenses, Montrose area, large, bright upper duplex-contact Judy at 528-2640 after 5 p.m. Interested in creating a Houston group of the National Association of Working Women to build trust among working women, gain rights and respect on the job as individuals, and build a strong and effective Houston network? Send $5 for national membership and a newsletter to Lena M. Shipman, 5500 N. Braeswood, No. 242, Houston, 77096, or call 721-6027. Wanted: All women crew including an architect, a carpenter and a structural engineer to design and build an art studio. I am interested in being an apprentice on this project in order to learn carpentry skills. Call Susie at 723-4245. Looking for adventure? Want to expand your horizons? There's a new program in town . . . Leisure Learning Unlimited. Get on their mailing list for a class schedule. Call 721-7299. intimate 1 bdrm/den w/iy2 bath. Perfect for single or couple. Small project in central location. Features beautiful private gardens and carefree living. Includes a large secluded patio. Spacious, w/lots of light and solid construction. Custom window coverings and small appliances included. Financing available for this excellent investment. $47,500. Larry January - 495-5360, 772-9421. SOUND-OFF DISCUSSION GROUP FOR WOMEN NOW STARTING. All females welcome. Evening Sessions. For information phone Anne Wilder after 6 p.m., 522-9948. Women's Music—Discover the Difference . . . Music for making love, revolutions, or just merry. Written, engineered and distributed by women for women. Available in Houston at The Bookstore, Wilde 'N' Stein, Cactus Records, B.D. & Daughter. Take an album home for a test spin from the new Women's Music Rental Library at B.D. & Daughter, 520 Westheimer, 529-3609. Enrollment has begun for morning and evening classes at Potworks Handbuilding and Wheelthrowing, 5218 South Shepherd (at Bissonnet). Beginner through advanced clay techniques will be taught. Discounts are given to senior citizens. For more information, call Ethel Bilyeu at 467-6502. Montrose on Emerson: 1 Bedroom condominium mortgage assumable—perfect for single or commuter-S. Kay Little, Going & Company Realtors, 523-8877, 524-1586. TEMPTATIONS from the touch of jade to the look of gold. Appealing gifts and accessories. Put it all together at The Bead Shop, 2476 Times Blvd. in the'Village, 523-9350. We sell Breakthrough. Needed: Information and photographs of women who have contributed to the history of Houston. Contact: Missy Hauge, 661-4979, or leave a message at Breakthrough, 526-6686. Writing book on alternative printing, publishing and distributing. WANTED: WOMAN IDENTIFIED INPUT to compile complete directory of alternative print shops and book distributors. Please send names and addresses to: Jim Dandy, Rt. 3, Box 550, Siletz, OR 97380. All input much appreciated. A Shower Gift for you and Breakthrough. You supply the double (full-sized) sheet of your choice, and I will make a shower curtain. The $10.00 labor charge will be donated to Breakthrough. Call 661-4979 or 526-6686 after August 6 for details. THIS IS AN OPEN LETTER TO ALL GAY WOMEN: It's time for all gay women to unite into one family! We need each other to help each other, for if we are not for ourselves no one else is for us. A new movement has been started by gay women for gay women. We need all the members, ideas, and skills of all gay women to help in this movement. THIS INCLUDES YOU! You are the most important part of the movement. You know the problems. You know the answers. No one person can do anything, but, all of us WORKING TOGETHER can do everything!! Meetings are on Friday nights from 7:30 p.m. til about 10:00 p.m. (for those who have an evening planned). So come to the meetings. Look in the discos, women's bars, for notices of time and place. WE NEED YOU!!! It will be fun! If you have a skill, an idea, or are just tired of the way things are and would like to meet other women and change what's going on—come to the meetings. FAMILY OF SISTERS. Soliciting manuscripts for an anthology on Women Writing About the Art of Women Writing. Essays, short fiction, novel excerpts, journal entries, and poetry. Previously published or unpublished works. Can relate either symbolically or literally to the experience of woman as writer. Deadline: January 15, 1980. A self-addressed, stamped envelope must accompany manuscript. Send to: Cathryn Diane Miller, 4615 Filmore Street, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213. Bored? Broke? Blue? Demonstrate toys, gifts now til Christmas. Fun job. Free $300 kit. Free Training. No Investment. Part-time-your time. 467-7040, 460-3632. $6 TEXAS WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS extends a special invitation to you to attend their 1979 state convention, August 10-12, Beaumont, Texas TARGETING THE 80s'' Friday night - opening address by Rep. Ernestine Glossbrenner, awards Saturday - workshops on campaign techniques, targeting, running for elective office Sunday - officer elections and resolutions ERA LUNCHEON Saturday noon, keynote speaker Hermine Tobolowsky Mother of the Texas ERA TWPC 815 Brazos, Suite 304 Austin, Texas 78701 512-474-1798 $25 preregistration $35 convention registration $10 ERA luncheon (make checks payable to TWPC) Red Carpet Inn P.O. Box 7350 Beaumont, Texas 77706 $25 single $30 double Suites $50 up (make check payable to Red Carpet) HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH 27 JULY/AUGUST 1979