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Houston Breakthrough 1980-11 - Page 26. November 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 31, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3680/show/3677.

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(November 1980). Houston Breakthrough 1980-11 - Page 26. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3680/show/3677

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1980-11
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date November 1980
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript Re-Elect Carl S. Smith Harris County Assessor-Collector Senior Citizens, living on fixed and limited incomes, have no better friend than Carl Smith. He was instrumental in drafting the first legislation and in generating legislative and public support leading to passage of the Constitutional amendment permitting property tax exemptions for Senior Citizens, which now amounts to $25,000. Vote For CARLS. SMITH An Outstanding Public Servant! Political Advertising Paid for by Committee to Re-Elect Carl S. Smith, Ellis Allen, Chairman; Carl Smith, Treasurer. 4008 Bellaire Blvd.. Houston. TX 77025. NETWORK continued The Rape Crisis Hotline number is 792-RAPE A'service of the Houston Area Women's Center Rape Crisis Coalition a public service announcement of this newspaper The Milium Cheese Shop DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESES GOURMET FOODS FINE WINES COOKWARE MARY ELLEN ALLEN (713) 527-0398 MON-SAT. 9-6 2484 BOLSOVER HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 FREE PREGNANCY TESTING AND TERMINATION INFORMATION CALL 8684483 n. 1. A woman-owned business specializing in quality graphics and printing. 2. A large red brick house in the heart of Montrose. - adj. Having many and varied features. - v. Producing design, illustration, camera work, printing and bindery. - adv. 1. To increase the client's business manifold. 2. To satisfy the client. House of Coleman 901 West Alabama -Houston 77006-1713) 523-2521 THEATRE^ Black Ensemble, 1010 Tuam (520-0055). Once in a Wifetime by Celeste Colson. From Oct. 16-Nov. 9. Call for possible extension dates. Thurs.-Sat., 8:30 pm and Sun., 5 pm. Tickets: $5. Chocolate Bayou, 1823 Lamar (759-9840). Sante Fe Sunshine by Preston Jones. From Nov. 7-29. Thurs. 7:30 pm; Fri.-Sat., 8:30 pm; and Sun., 7 pm. Tickets: S4.50-$5.50. Comedy Workshop, 2105 San Felipe (524- 7333). Chrysler Died for Your Sins. Original comedy written and performed by the resident professional company. Runs through Nov. Tues.-Thurs., 8:30 pm, Fri.-Sat., 8:30 pm and 11 pm. Tickets: $5.00 on weekends, $4.00 weekdays. Next door at the Comix Annex (529-7996) is Comedy Tonight; during the week it is an open stage for stand-up comics and the weekends feature professional stand- up comics. Cover charge weekends, $3.00 and weekdays, $1.00 with show time 9 pm. Weekend late shows at 11:30 pm. Equinox Theatre, 3617 Washington (868- 5829). Neon Woman by Tom Eyer. From Nov. 13-Dec. 31, Thurs.-Sat., 8:30 pm. Tickets: $5 on Thurs., $6 on weekends. Reservations. Main Street Theatre, Autrey House, 6265 Main (524-6706). You're a Good Man Charlie Brown adapted from Charles Schultz. From Nov. 1-Nov. 22. Sat., 11 am. Tickets: $3. A Christmas Carol adapted by Isreal Horowitz. Thurs.-Sat., 8 pm. Tickets: $5 & $3 for students & senior citizens. Nina Vance Alley Theatre, 615 Texas (228- 8421). To Grandmother's House We Go by Joanna M. Glass. From Oct. 16-Nov. 16. The Three Penny Opera by Bertolt Brecht & Kurt Weill. From Nov. 27-Jan. 11. Tues.-Wed., 8 pm; Thurs.-Fri., 8:30 pm; Sat., 5 pm; Sun., 2:30 & 7:30 pm. Tickets: $4.50-$10.50. Student Rate: $3 during the week; $3.50 on weekends. Ripley House, 4401 Lovejoy (923-2661). Casa de Bernardo Alba (The House of Bernardo Alba) by Garcia Lorca. In Spanish. Oct. 30- Nov. 23. Fri.-Sat., 8 pm and Sun., 7 pm. Tickets: $2.50. Stages, 709 Franklin (225-9539). Getting Out by Marsha Norman. From Nov. 1-28. Thurs.- Fri., 8:30 pm; Sat., 5 pm & 9 pm; & Sun., 7:30 pm. Tickets: Thurs., Sat. at 5 pm, & Sun., $5.25; Fri. & Sat., $6. $1 off for students & senior citizens. Vaudeville Theatre, 308 Milam at Market Square (226-9552). Harry Houdini's Birthday Celebration. Opening night for the theater and the show is Oct. 31. The show runs thru Nov., Tues.-Sun., 8 pm & 11 pm. Tickets: $5. The theater also features after hours jazz 2 am-6 am nightly. MUSIO The Agora Ballroom, 5134 Richmond (960- 1318) Nov. 1 - The Amazing Rhythm Aces Nov. 3 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band Nov. 4 - Dire Straits Nov. 7 - Dixie Dregs/Eric Johnson Nov. 8 - Gamma Nov. 11 - Bobby Bear Nov. 12 - Jimmy Cliff/The Third World Nov. 13 - Headmaster Nov. 14 & 15 - The Fabulous Thunderbirds Nov. 16 - Spyro Gyra Nov. 18 - Jim Dandy/Savage Nov. 19 - Finger Prinz Nov. 20 - Iggy Pop Nov. 21 - John Klemmer Nov. 22 - 77?e Talking Heads Nov. 23 - Sfeve Forbert Nov. 26 - Arlo Gutherie Nov. 27 & 28 - Humble Pie Anderson Fair Retail Restaurant, 2007 Grant (528-8576) Every Wednesday in November - Dr. Rockit Nov. 1 - Vince Bell Nov. 7 - The Natives Nov. 9 - Richard Dobson Nov. 14 & 15 - Nanci Griffith Nov. 20 - Lyle Lovett Nov. 28 & 29 - Eric Taylor Birdwatchers, 907 Westheimer (527-0595) Every Tuesday - Saturday in November - The Scott Gertner Quartet Every Sunday & Monday in November - The Craig Smith Quartet with Terry Meason Cody's, 3400 Montrose (522-9747) Every Monday - Saturday in November - The Paul English Group Coliseum, 810 Bagby (222-3267) Nov. 1 - The Allman Brothers Nov. 2 - Jethro Tull Cooter's, 5256 Richmond (961-7394) Nov. 4 - Johnny Dee and The Rocket 88s Nov. 11 - Dean Scott Nov. 16 - Randy and The Renegades Nov. 25 & 26 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band Fitzgerald's, 2706 White Oak (862-7580) Nov. 1 - The Helpinstill Blues Band Nov. 6 - Satisfaction Nov. 7 - Marcia Ball Band Nov. 8 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band Nov. 13 - The Cheaters Nov. 14 & 15 - Uranium Savages Nov. 21 & 22 - Extreme Heat Nov. 28 & 29 - Stevie Vaughan and Double Trouble Gilley's, 4500 Spencer Hwy. (941-7990) Nov. 8 - 7exas Tradition Nov. 13 - Ronnie Milsap Houlahan's #2, 128 Westheimer (528-1835) Every Monday - Open stage Every Tuesday in November - Donna and The Survivors with Michael Knutz Nov. 1 - 80C Nov. 2 - Don Sanders Nov. 5 - Raw sly n Ruff in Nov. 6 - Gordee Headlee Nov. 7 & 8 - Dr. Rockit Nov. 9 - The Self-Righteous Brothers Nov. 12 - Eileen Wiener Nov. 13 - J. W. Weir Nov. 14 & 15 - Clover Roll Nov. 16 - Randall Calcote Nov. 19 - Norm Ballinger Nov. 20 - Eric Taylor Nov. 21 & 22 - Cold Feet Nov. 26 - Chris Muller Nov. 27 - Jean Kelborn Nov. 30 - Lindsay Haisley Huber's, 112 Travis (224-3300) Alternating Mondays - Jazz Revisited/All That Jazz Tuesdays - /. H. Smalley Wednesdays - Over The Hill Gang Thursdays - The Market Squares Fridays & Saturdays - /. H. Smalley The Island, 4700 Main (520-9040) Nov. 15 - Rank and File Jones Hall, 615 Louisiana (222-3415) Nov. 8 & 9 - Houston Symphony Orchestra (Bloch, Paganni, Tchaikovsky, Bartok) Nov. 12 - National Chinese Opera Theatre Nov. 14, 16, 18 & 21 - Houston Grand Opera ("Magic Flute") Nov. 22, 23 & 24 - Houston Symphony Orchestra (Bach, Brahms, Schumann) Nov. 29 & 30 - Houston Symphony Chorale (Berlioz) Mum's Jazzplace, 2016 Main at West Gray (659-1004) Monday - Friday (5:30-7:30) - Horace Grigsby with Drene Ivy Nov. 1 - Red Garland Nov. 2 & 9 - Add Lib with Donna Menthol Nov. 4-8 - Fathead ' Newman Nov. 11-15- Jack McDuff Rockefeller's, 3620 Washington (864-6242) Every Wednesday in November - Beto Y Los Fairlanes Nov. 1 - Jesse Winchester Steve Fromholz Nov. 3 - The Legendary Blues Band Nov. 3 - Room Full of Blues Nov. 7 & 8 - Jeff Lorber Fusion Nov. 10 - Albert Collins Nov. 13 - The New Deal Rhythm Band Nov. 14 & 15 - The Heath Brothers Nov. 17 - Maynard Ferguson Nov. 20 & 21 - Kinky Friedman Nov. 22 - The Helpinstill Blues Band Nov. 28 & 29 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band St. Michel, 2150 Richmond (522-0041) Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday - Joe Nettles Every Friday, Saturday & Sunday - Mickey Mosley Spit, 2775 Fondren (789-0700) Nov. 3 - Gang of Four Nov. 4 - Split Ends 26 HOUSTON BREAKJHBPUGH