The 1979 Breakthrough Guide to Women's Businesses, Services, Re-,
sources and Organizations needs your listing NOW. If you are involved
in a business whose ownership is at least 50% female—you need to be
listed! Just send us your $25 fee along with a 25-word description of
your business. This project is seen as a catalyst for Houston area women.
Twenty-thousand free copies of the guide will be distributed. Be sure
your business—or your favorite organization—is included. Let us hear
from you today.
NEW BREAKTHROUGH FOUNDATION CLASSES STARTING SOON
National Political Issues is the topic of a seminar to be led by Ann
Lower, administrative assistant to Congressman Bob Eckhardt, on Saturday morning, October 14, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. She will talk about
national issues—including Proposition 13, natural gas deregulation and
taxes. Fee is only $5.00.
Effective Speech for Businesswomen will be taught in a "crash
course" beginning on the evening of Friday, October 27. It will continue on Saturday, October 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Marjorie Best,
Carolyn Peeler and Evelyn Cox, principals of Creative Speech Interests,
Inc., will teach you how to present your ideas clearly, assertively and in
a businesslike manner. Major Houston corporations pay $350 per person for this training and it's available through Breakthrough Foundation
for only $55. Twenty-six women completed this training in September
- including several whose companies paid our fee. Enroll now in this
value-packed 10-hour course.
Seminars for Serious Writers will convene on the morning of November 4 at 9:30. We will continue for five Saturdays and the cost for the
entire series is only $30. Speakers will include Joanne Harrison, of
City magazine. They will share their experiences as successful writers—
and they will also point out some of the pit-falls. Fifty people participated in Breakthrough Foundation's summer writer series. Make your
How to Write Fiction that Sells will convene on the afternoon of Saturday, November 4, and continue for four Saturdays. Beverly Lowery,
author of Lol/ie Ray, Come Home and Emma Blue will be one of the
featured speakers in this series. Only $25 for four sessions.
To reserve your place in any of these courses, send your check to
Breakthrough Foundation, Box 88072, Houston, Texas 77002.
American Women in Radio and Television Houston Chapter cordially
invites you and your guest to attend a viewing of The Vidal Link at
Poor Devils (upstairs), 6511 Westheimer. Cocktails 6—7 p.m. Showing
7-7:30 p.m. RSVP 526-7131. The Vital Link will explain the importance
cf AWRT in the media today. It will also explain conditions of membership. Also information concerning their planned seminars will be
passed out. All women interested and involved in media are invited to
attend. For more information call 772-1961.
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