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Houston Breakthrough 1977-09 - Page 16. September 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 22, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3036/show/3026.

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(September 1977). Houston Breakthrough 1977-09 - Page 16. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3036/show/3026

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1977-09
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date September 1977
Description Vol. 2 No. 8
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript Tropical storm grows as Emmy flits about Dead Pans >. 'toJZ&OfL* be JQce *S*r;a f<v. said one Lafayette lire TTgrTt- er, who appeared more interested in the results of Saturday night's Miss America contest than in the storm that, The old cliche — "better safe than awry" — seemed to be the motto of Houston area shoppers Wednertay as Hurricane Anita sulke** ofl tllf rft*Rt trying m flecide where to pi*v havoc ■sssSF* ^S^Gerfrude crawls -^ closer to Barbados Hurrifene Babe spawns Carmen caught Chico La- »»nt almost by surprise as he •»s entertaining patrons in is Delcambre restaurant and •r whence jsuddenlv turned <%st and swept through that •iy fishing village south of .^re early Sunday morning. 'That thing was supposed JII told him he was lucky only his hand was cut. Thjfi storm, sjycoujda been bad he said, turning to stare a flickering television set. Amateur storm pinups reveal eye for form NILES. I1L (AP) — Like many another man, Dave Farmer has a line of pinups in his basement recreation room. Well, not exactly like many another man. "Blanche is my favorite — perfectly formed, classic features, and that eye right in the middle. Beautiful!" explains 46-year-old Farmer. Eye in the middle? That's right, Farmer's pinups — Blanche. Denise, Carlotta, Elinore. Hillary — are hurricanes he's photographed with the aid of weather satellites and $68 worth of homemade equipment put together with one of his three sons, 16-year-old George. 'armer, an engineer with International Harvester, ^c* ted his hobby two years ago but got all the equipment .King only last fall. Included in his equipment are old pipe fittings, window screens, aluminum clothesline wire, old motors, parts of an old television set, an FM receiver "once used by my wife to listen to opera" and an ancient Associated Press wirephoto machine. The hobby has changed Fanner's life-style since the best tracking time of the weather satellites is when they are passing over the Midwest in the morning or at night. *Tm at it from about 6:30 p.m. to around 10 p.m., and sometimes again at 5 a.m. — I'm tied to satellites," he said. tornado, unleashes rains Uarmen loses punch Belle's temper calmer thar» y c ed Fifi rips 5 nations; ,*.**\$ Cftr . ^IaS caus*83 Dottie steps onto land with deceptive limp BELIZE CITY, Belize (UPI) - Hurricane Fifi slammed into Cejitra) America Thursday, .iringfiig■"3SCB5S aiul torrential rains and flooding to five countries. By JIM MALONEY Post Reporter , Approaching hurricanes always revive memories nf f)li|)p,r !*di*s of the s(La which have passed tms way. Persons who have been In the Houston-Galveston area for for 13 years or longer begin telling newcomers about themessy visit of ~ If you have moved up from Corpus Christi in the last year or so, you've probably told the tale of the high winds of Celia. AND IF YOU MOVED in from the Brownsville region since 1967, you'll tell a utory of one otlhe wettest ladles__ol then! Whether you have a hurricane story of your own, you can likely tell one after reading of the horror — long before they started giving ^g%£2£^^ which made a watery grave ul UlW»Un for more than 6,000 persons in 1900. A JACKSONVILLE, FLA. fter years of confronting tempestu- <*« females-like Alma iw^ ^ Carmen—the men of the Navy's Hurricane Hunters squadron now face a different kind of femalejchaj- lenge^ Her name is Judy—not a hurricane, but a swejet, shy 26-year-old who BEULAH, BILLED AS THE "hurricane of the century" as she was forming in the Gulf, was the next storm to hit the state. She didn't live un to that bU buti e area^wfifle [es. Then came Celia on Aug. 3, 1970. She crossed the coast near Corpus Christi Celia wasn't as big as some of hpr ni gslM from" WnnHTr?c?rded at 162 m.p.BT these winds subsided, Celia had can* damage estimated at $453,773,000. Sor how, Celia tookjmlyjljiye^ Residents along the Gulf Coast did not stjojujoj^j^k^oneo Ictive sea ladies oi gs. if le most destructive in Terins of property loss. Acjoje^oimied from Florida to New YoTOnVWrTfflfects were felt far inland from June 14-23, 1972. After the cleanup, it was estimated that Agnes caused $3.5 billion in damage. Damage in Pennsylvania alone was estimated at $2.1 billion. Fifty died in that state. And Agnes- spawned 15 tornadoes in FloriflA 4nd two ttURJipL ■■ is the first woman pilot to join the ranks of the Hurricane Hunters. Lt. Judy Neuffer joined the 200-man squadron at the base here in early June. She was fresh from a year of flight training, and the gold pilot's wings pinned to her trim blue uniform were just a few weeks old. .scAup -*» it ton County Disaster Preparedness Agen- - said he was advising callers to treat * thunderstorm. "It doesn t -* if it's going to be <; M;*val cruise," Schwak said, go out tonight." Hurricane Center foi tracking two other At) neither of which was ? arlas fi, * 15 ry ■ ^ i*< year. s **s#. uuui, UUl leSSUlttli iwuuuuid BJ*I' *5 ) have a good LAFAYETTE, La. - Aca- i a n French residents of. •uth Louisiana upyp , Q^gyng fickle Spanish-named Hum'. '"f.^raen as ^gv'Picked 1 debris' and patched up >ofs in the path of the storm undav. Caroline cools her heels HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH SEPTEMBER 1977 PAGE 11