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Houston Breakthrough 1980-11 - Page 27. November 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 12, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3680/show/3678.

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(November 1980). Houston Breakthrough 1980-11 - 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/3680/show/3678

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1980-11
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Date November 1980
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Transcript Steamboat Springs, 4919 West Alabama (629- 6650) Nov. 1 - Allan Haynes and The Texas Boogie Band, The Scott McGill Band Nov. 4 & 5 - The Disease Nov. 6 & 7 - Jimmy Don Smith and The Cold Cuts Nov. 8 & 9 - Johnny Dee and The Rocket 88s Nov. 10-12 - The James Anderson Band Nov. 13-15 - Shake Russell-Dana Cooper Band Nov. 17-19 - The Voices Nov. 20 - Jimmy Don Smith and The Cold Cuts •Nov. 21 & 22 - Gatemouth Brown Fat Cat The Summit, 10 Greenway Plaza (961-9003) Nov. 1 - Kenny Rogers Nov. 14 & 15 - Bruce Springsteen Tower Theatre, 1201 Westheimer (522-2452) Nov. 7-9 - Ray Charles Whiskey River, 8670 S. Gessner at Hwy. 59 (777-5235) Nov. 1 - Wnce Vance and The Valiants Nov. 2 - Tomi-Lee Bradley and The Shuffle Brothers Nov. 4, 5 & 6 - Guy Schwartz with Relayer Nov. 7 & 8 - Alvin Crow Nov. 9 - Tomi-Lee Bradley and The Shuffle Brothers Nov. 10 & 11 - Wild Card Nov. 12 & 13 - The Helpinstill Blues Band Nov. 14, 15 & 16 - Tomi-Lee Bradley agd The Shuffle Brothers Nov. 17 & 18 - Guy Schwartz with Relayer . Nov. 19-23 - Vince Vance and The Valiants Nov. 24 - James Anderson Nov. 25-30 - Greased Lightening EVENTS* Dr. Benjamin Spock has been invited as the guest speaker fdr The Houston Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union. They are holding their 9th Annual ACLU Liberty Gala in conjunction with the annual fund drive. They hope to raise $60,000. The event will be held at the home of the Hon. Lt. Gov. & Mrs. Bill Hobby, 1506 South Blvd. Saturday, Nov. 15 at 8 pm. The 1980 Houston American Indian Art Show will be held at the Adams Mark Hotel, Nov. 14, 15 & 16. Exhibits will feature antique and contemporary American Indian art objects such as northwest coast carvings, paintings, jewelry, Navajo rugs and blankets, plains beadwork and quillwork. southwestern Pueblo pottery, and Pawn jewelry. Artisans will be demonstrating their crafts daily. Show schedule: Fri., Nov. 14, Opening night. 6-10 pm. Complimentary hors d'oeu1 vres-Sat., Nov. 15,10am-9pm.Sun., Nov. 16, 11 am-6 pm. For more information contact: Sharon Good (956-7048). The Museum of Fine Arts will present a symposium entitled: "The Straus Collection: Studies in Rennaissance Art" on Fri. & Sat. Nov. 7 — 8. There will be five lectures including: "The Straus Trinity; Turning Point to Renaissance", "The Bronzes in the Straus Collection", and "Michelangelo's Duni Ton- do: Holy Family and Family Myth". Lectures will be held in the museum's Brown Auditorium and are open to the public free of charge. For more information (526- 1361). The Cancer Prevention and Control Organization will sponsor a lecture by John Michael of Chicago, who will speak on "How to Cooperate with the Healing Powers Within You" using living foods as a protective means against radiation, pollution and chronic illnesses such as cancer, schizophrenia, arthritis, and other degenerative diseases, 7:30 pm, Thursday Nov. 6, Easter Seal Center, 3630 West Dallas at South Shepherd. A donation will be appreciated. For more information call (668-4218). ERA is alive & well in Houston! There will be a Family Support Day for ERA on Sun. Nov. 2 at 2 pm. This will be in front of the old City Hall, by the reflection pond. Speakers at the rally will include Elanor Tinsley, Kathy Whitmire, Tom Bass & Nikki Van Hightower, plus representatives from some of the 100 supporting organizations. Help oppose the Republican Party's anti-ERA platform. There will be entertainment & refreshments. Sexual Harassment on the job can take many forms. It is a profound and serious problem that may be faced by many individuals in the work place. This subject will be addressed at a Workshop on Saturday, Nov. 15th from 9 am- 1 pm. The Workshop is sponsored by The Women Work for Work program of VGS, Inc., A United Way Agency. It will be held in The Transco Tower, Galleria, corner of South Post Oak and Alabama. There is a $10.00 fee and reservations must be made by Nov. 7th. For more information please call 659-1800 Ext. 209. Garage Sale at the Unitarian Fellowship, 1321 Wirt Road. Items for sale include: TV, sewing machine, a Japanese doll, clothes, plants, books, bake goods, fireplace equipment and much more. Sat. Nov. 1, 8:30 am-5 pm. 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. Flute lessons. Beginner to advanced, all ages. Call 975-6578. Excellent references. 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. Let Me Save You Time: I will run errands, walk dogs, housesit, cook, water plants, cat-dog sit, shop (grocery, Christmas, you name it). Give Yourself a Break. Call Sonia 526-6686. Options Career Coop: designed for home- makers entering or re-entering job market; or preparing for career change. For more information, call 465-1118. Read, browse, have tea. Salon atmosphere. Lectures, activities, music. Buy a book—help stamp out TV! The Heights Bookstore, 301 W. 19th St., 864-5593. Owner, Marianne Williamson. 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. Small company (female needs painters helper—female or male). No experience necessary. Must be at least 57". Must have transportation and live in southwest area. Start training at $3.50/hr. Increases with ability. Good opportunity for hard worker. Must be dependable. 495-0702. CESA — Let go of being a compulsive eater self- rejecting; become a creative eater self-accepting. Fat is not about food. Through our on going workshops, you'll begin to Love yourself, Love your food, Love your body. Workshops (8 weekly sessions - $25 per session. Introductory one day workshop $20. Call Teleos at 527-8680. THE HEIGHTS BOOKSTORE & 301 West 19th- tel.8(>4--o5<M Do you have a sneaking suspicion that one of those guys is going to win? Share your pain at our ELECTION NIGHT TV PARTY Tues., Nov. 4, 9 pm. One dollar TORCH SONG SUNDAYS Every Sunday 11 am - 2 pm The Sunday New York Times 11 Bagels and cream cheese 11 Live entertainment MID-WEEK METAPHYSICS AT THE HEIGHTS BOOKSTORE Every Wednesday at 8 pm Free Lectures on Rolfing, Chinese Astrology, a Course in Miracles, etc. WHIPPERSNAPPER'S WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN Every Sunday 3 - 5 pm Arts, crafts, songs, stories for children of all ages. Two dollars per child. Hours: Tues.—Fri., noon—8 pm ft Sat., 10—5 pm ft Sun., 11—5 pm MCUSI: Cl= CCI=I=I=I= MEANS Where women make policy and coffee! 2520 Rice Blvd. In the Village 524-0057 10-6/Mon-Fri 10-5/Sat Closed Sun "Art has a tremendous impact on the society and therefore society has the duty to find a central place for the arts. On the other hand: are today's artists truly aware of the societal role of the arts?" - Peter Guenther, UH art history professor art for our sake a fair at the University Center, UH Central Campus OCTOBER 30 & 31 and NOVEMBER 1 Art exhibits, Performances, Lectures, Campus and Community Organizations, Information Booths, and Workshops. "We see the need for artists who are willing to be activists. It seems important to be willing to question what's going on in this country (world). We want to do this on the stage in such a way that people want to hear it. For us, that means humor, tears, real stuff that can't be shrugged off or avoided. We want to get into all those nooks and crannies of your mind - so come see us! - Maestro, Subgum and The Whole featured performers during the art fair Sponsored by the UH Program Council. For more information call 749-1435. NOVEMBER 1980 27