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Breakthrough 1978-10 - Page 4. October 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4337/show/4329.

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(October 1978). Breakthrough 1978-10 - Page 4. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4337/show/4329

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Title Breakthrough 1978-10
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date October 1978
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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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Digital Collection Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters
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Transcript ELECT SBAUM JUDGE LAWYER-Practices civil and criminal law. Graduated South Texas College of Law, 1965. TEACHER- Part time law instructor, Houston Community College. MANAGER- Over 20 years prior geological and administrative experience with an energy consulting firm. Endorsed by HARRIS COUNTY WOMEN'S POLITICAL CAUCUS "I have observed Bob Baum since he first became a lawyer, and you could not find a more talented and humane man. Although I have never supported a Republican candidate before, Bob Baum is the outstanding choice for this Court." Robert M. Moore Trial Attorney, Moore & Laurence A NEW COURT COVERING ALL HARRIS COUNTY 263rd JUDICIAL DISTRICT Political advertisement paid for by Robert Baum Campaign; Lorlei de la Reza, Chair; Connie Baum, Treasurer; 7719 Bellaire Blvd., Houston, TX 77036; 223-1 377, 774-1139. 4101 SAN JACINTO "* 1968 WEST GRAY 523-1760 526-2273 DSPEEDSPEEDSl QUALITYQL PROGRESS You may notice that this fourth progress report is a little shorter, less philosophical, and more concrete—and with good reason. After four months of working in the realm of ideas, we now have less to talk about than to show you. We think Breakthrough's progress is visible, and we hope that this issue will speak for itself. This issue is weightier. It is less a newsletter than a newspaper, as we move toward full production in December. This issue is less self-conscious than our recent ones, as we step farther away from the inner workings of the newspaper itself and back into the external world of news events, politics, and art. It is here we feel most comfortable, and and it feels good to be back. You'll also notice that Breakthrough has a new look. Stronger graphics, new cover designs, and experiments in layout all contribute to this new look. We owe a great deal of our new design to the diligence of David Crossley who brought so many good ideas to the paper and worked with us to incorporate these ideas into our own. We have written a prospectus to introduce potential financial backers to the history, philosophy, and future goals of Breakthrough and hopefully to solicit their support. Jody Blazek is completing a five-year financial plan that promises to give Breakthrough a sound financial structure which will allow the newspaper to grow and prosper for many years. This five-year plan is the final, and most important, chapter of the prospectus. When it is complete, we will be equipped to go to Houston's business and civic leaders and offer them an opportunity to participate in an exciting business venture. The telephone committee has contributed greatly to our new feeling of success. Patsy Dozier and her group of volunteers spent many hours calling current and former subscribers to encourage them to continue their support of Breakthrough. Their work has paid off. We have seen a big increase in gift subscriptions and in the number of lapsed subscribers who are re-subscribing. Renewals are still a critical problem, one which we will continue to pursue throughout the year. Until now we have not had the finances to implement an aggressive renewal program, but beginning soon, we will regularly mail renewal notices early enough to ensure that we don't lose a single subscriber. A large portion of the money for this renewal program was raised at the Breakthrough fund raising picnic given by Nanette Bruckner. We would like to thank Nanette, all the feminist therapists who donated their time, and all the people who brought their families and friends and helped make the picnic a success. Much has been accomplished during the past month, and much more work lies ahead. Our next undertaking, the Houston premiere of Summer Paradise, promises to be a rewarding one for Breakthrough and for Houston. Summer Paradise is a strong matriarchal film replete with, as Molly Haskell puts it, a "glistening intelligence" in its insights into family life and the "tensions among husbands and wives and generations." Plan to join us on November 10 for a special showing of this important film. Vol. Ill, No. 8 October 1978 Staff Jody Blazek, Janice Blue, Gabrielle Cosgriff, David Crossley, Anita Freeman Davidson, Patsy Dozier, Marilyn Marshall Jones, Barbara Karkabi, Marianne War- field Kostakis, Paula Leone, Gary Allison Morey, Virginia Myers, Loretta Standard, Kathleen Williamson. Second -class postage paid at Houston, Texas. Houston Breakthrough is published monthly (except for the bi-monthly issues of July- August and December-January) by the Breakthrough Publishing Company, 1708 Rosewood, Houston, TX 77004; P.O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004; Tel. 713/526-6686. Subscriptions are $7 per year, newsstand 75 cents per copy. This publication is on file at the International Women's History Archive in the Special Collections Library, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL 60201. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH OCTOBER