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Houston Breakthrough 1978-02 - Page 23. February 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 23, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2254/show/2251.

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(February 1978). Houston Breakthrough 1978-02 - Page 23. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2254/show/2251

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1978-02
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date February 1978
Description Vol. 3 No. 1
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript network Network is a new monthly feature intended as a forum for Breakthrough readers to communicate with each other or with the newspaper. Network will replace our letters to the editor and To and From page. Please send announcements, letters or art to Breakthrough, P.O. Box 88072, Houston, Texas 77004. Two Houston women have been nominated by Ladies' Home Journal as a "Woman of the Year" for 1978. Nikki Van Hightower, Ph.D., Women's Advocate, City of Houston, is a nominee in The New Politics and Government category and Sarah A. Nunneley, M.D., research medical officer, U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine, is a nominee in The New Scientific Community category. Voting ballots will appear on Pages 77-78 of the February Ladies' Home Journal. The third annual Houston YWCA Outstanding Woman's Luncheon, giving metropolitan businesses a way to honor their employed women, will be held February 22 in the Imperial Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Hotel. National President of the Girl Scouts, Dr. Gloria Scott, has been named keynote speaker, and will be joined on the program by Reverend Helen Havens of St. Francis Episcopal Church on Piney Point. For further information concerning the luncheon, call 523-6881. The Women's Hall of Fame, Inc. is seeking new members to join the supporting organization of the hall. This national hall of fame's goal is to provide a permanent place of honor for America's most outstanding women of achievement. This museum for contemporary and historical figures is to be erected in Seneca Falls, New York, where Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott convened the first Women's Rights Convention in 1848. To obtain a membership form and informational brochure, send your name and address to Women's Hall of Fame, Inc., P.O. Box 335, Seneca Falls New York 13148. Free tax assistance is being offered in many locations in Houston and a few outlying communities. The service is co-sponsored again this year by Children's Educational & Development Centers and the Voluntary Action Center, in conjunction with the Internal Revenue Service. For locations and other information call Children's Educational & Developmental Centers at 228-2879 (English & Vietnamese assistance) or 228-6730 (Spanish assistance); or call United Way Information & Referral at 527-0222 (English & Spanish assistance); or call Internal Revenue Service at 961-1767 (English recording of times & locations). If you have experienced role changes in your present life and feel that the exchange of feeling and thoughts with other women might by helpful, contact Heidi Rosenkranz at 529-0971 to discuss the formation of a group of Women In Transition. Heidi is a psychiatric occupational therapist whose function in the group would be to encourage self-expression and self-direction in the group members, ^nd to facilitate accurate perception of self, others and the presented areas of concern. Techniques of verbal exchange, sensitivity exercises, roleplay and art methods will be used to increase self-expression, understanding of personal assets, and awareness of social roles. "Getting It Together," a new publication which describes the planning functions of selected government agencies within Harris County, is now available from the League of Women Voters of Houston. The 37-page booklet was financed by a grant from the Office of Education, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, and may be obtained by the public with a charge for postage only. Texas Para-Legal School, a non-profit educational corporation located at 608 Fannin, Suite 1903, is now accepting applications for enrollment in part-time evening classes. For registration information call 227-2220. Houston Lesberadas is sponsoring a general questionnaire on formation of a national lesbian organization. All Texas lesbians who would like to express opinions or ideas on the formation of such an organization may write for the questionnaire to: Questionnaire, P.O. Box 14643, Houston, Texas 77021, or call Linda at (713) 524- 0342 after 5 p.m. Please enclose a S.A.S.E. if possible. fREE DREqNAIMCy TESTilNq & JNiORMATiON 868-4485 Last year, Alley Theatre's Nina Vance and seven other prominent American directors were invited by the Soviet Ministry of Culture to attend contemporary Russian Theatre in Moscow and Leningrad. Impressed by the quality of Soviet drama, Ms. Vance invited Galina Volchek, artistic director of Moscow's Sovremennik Theatre, to restage her production of Mikhail Roschin's Echelon in Houston. Echelon made its American debut at the Alley Theatre January 26, and continues through February 26. The presentation of Echelon is an historic theatrical event: the first time a Soviet director has recreated a play precisely as it appeared in the Soviet Union—with American actors. Echelon, described by Ms. Vance, is the story of women being evacuated from Moscow during Hitler's advance in 1941. The women were placed on special trains for Siberia, moving through dangerous open country under the sights of German bombers. Echelon recounts the events of one such journey. "In a larger sense," Ms. Vance points out, "Echelon is a play about survival." Director/actress Galina Volchek attended the Moscow Art Theatre Studio School, the mecca of Soviet theatre. While there, she met the young director Oleg Yef- remov, who organized the Sovreminnik (contemporary) Theatre. Later, Madame Volchek became the Sovreminnik's artistic director, choosing as her debut presentation William Gibson's Two for the Seesaw. She has included several American plays in her repertoire, including Edward Albee's The Ballad of the Sad Cafe, and David Rabe's Sticks and Bones. A popular performer on the Russian stage and screen, Madame Volchek has appeared in many motion pictures, including Don Quixote and King Lear. Upon her return to the Soviet Union, she will appear as Martha in the Sovreminnik's production of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia. Woolf? Tickets for Echelon are available at the Alley box office, 615 Texas Avenue, 228-8421, or at all Foley's Ticket centers. SER-Jobs for Progress of Houston, Inc., (SER-JFP) will submit an application for $175,000 for the 1978-79 school year to the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Office of Education, under the Emergency School Aid Act (ESAA). The funds are being requested to support the Jose Vasconcelos Preschool, a SER-JFP Project designed to supplement and complement the Houston Independent School District Early Childhood Development Program. The Jose Vasconcelos Preschool program is designed to provide bilingual and multicultrual education to four-year olds who are from environments in which the dominant language is other than English. For information about the program, contact Margaret Acosta at 225-3508. Women In Action, a coalition of 53 organizations, needs volunteers for its WIA Welfare Committee's Food Stamp Office at 600 E. Crosstimbers. The need is urgent for volunteers to make telephone contacts with Social Security and Handicapped (SSI) clients to keep them informed of any changes in the price of Food Stamps. To offer your help, call Irene Schneider at 527-0718 or 695-7313. Page 22 February 1978 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH A workshop on male sex role and stereotype will be led by author and psychologist, Dr. Hershal Thornburg on Saturday, February 25, from 9 to noon and 1:30^:30 at The First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin. Thornburg, a University of Arizona professor, will structure the all-day session around his male sex role manual called Punt, Pop. For information call Susan Lee at 688-4293. A founding convention for a national lesbian organization will be held March 17-19 in Los Angeles. Lesbian feminists who live in West Virginia, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Arkansas, or Texas, and who would like to be representatives to the convention, should contact southern regional coordinator Linda Lovell at P.O. Box 14643, Houston, Texas 77021, or call (713) 524-0342 for more information. Medical Center house for lease, 3-2, den, fenced, hardwood floors, new central air and heat, washer and dryer hook-ups; children, pets o.k.; $450 + utilities and deposit. Available March 1st. 524-8898 or 664-2915. The Canterbury Association presents Another Evening of One-Act Plays! The Dumb Waiter by Harold Pinter, directed by Susan Madigan; The Orchestra by Jean Anouilh, directed by Rebecca G. Udden; and Revue Sketches by Harold Pinter, directed by Matt Cooper. Main Street Theater at Autry House. Feb. 9-11 at 8:00 pm. Reservations 524-6706. Tickets: $3.00 and $1.50.