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Houston Breakthrough 1977-02 - Page 12. February 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 17, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4451/show/4441.

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(February 1977). Houston Breakthrough 1977-02 - Page 12. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4451/show/4441

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Title Houston Breakthrough 1977-02
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date February 1977
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Transcript Dead Pans ItGortion refusal linked to beatification VATICAN Cmj (UPI) - Roman Catholic church authorities have started beatification proceedings for an Italian woman who died rather than undergo abortion, Vatican Radio said Thursday. The news came nine days after the Italian Chamber of Deputies passed a hill, strongly opposed by the Vatican, that would introduce abortion on demand. The Vatican has expressed hope the Italian Senate may amend the bill when it takes it up sometime next Cot;. Andujar sits in Briscoe's chair # _— AP Wirephoto Republicah grandmother Texas governor for day month. Vatican Radio said the Milan archdiocese has taken preliminary steps to ward having Gianna Molla Beretta proclaimed a '"blessed/1 the stepping stone to possible sainthood. Beretta, a physician from Magenta! near Milan, died April 28, 1962, seven] days after giving birth to a daughter, her I fourth child. Vatican Radio said she had! refused to undergo abortion although she I knew childbirth could endanger her life. Houston (UPI Houston Post) I submitted by Fran Von Stetten, i AUSTIN (AP) - Sen. Betty Andujar, a Republican^gandmoth^r, served as governor of Texas on Thursday, with Gov. Dolph Briscoe's top aide offering her advice on how to do the joy. Briscoe and Lt Gov. Bill Hobby were at the inaugural of President Jimmy Carter, which left the governor's job to Andujar, 64, the assistant presiding officer of the Senate Her Senate salary of just under $20 a day rose to $183 as governor. Briscoe is due back from Washington on Friday. The governor's executive assistant, Ken Clapp, greeted Andujar in the governor's reception room by calling her 'ol' Betty. I mean Mrs. Governor." She said she wanted to sign papers making 10 of her closest friends honorary admirals in the Texas Navy, and Gapp said he assumed she would name her friends. "You don't give them (the certificates) to your enemies You've got to learn how to be governor." Andujar told reporters she had sent telegrams to Briscoe and Hobby telling them "everything is fine in Texas, and you don't need to hurry home." Asked the traditional question of whether she would really like to be governor, she said, "Well, I suppose everybody would rise to whatever occasion might arise." She said she was "looking forward to the day" when a Republican will be elected governor. "You're talking about way down the line," Clapp said. "Way down the line and what's good for Texas," she replied. (Houston Post) Contributors of W. & M. Restaurants: BISMARK BOCCACCIO 2000 MICHELANGELO'S PORTOBELLO RIVOLI OFFICIAL NEWSLETTER OF W. AND M. RESTAURANTS submitted by Jane Fann, Conroe '27 % Careers What is women's status in business? By JOYCE LAIN KENNEDY De»r Joyce: 1 am a freshman at Western Illinois University. For a class report, I need information about discrimination concerning jobs for women. — B.C. Looking at discrimination from across the desk, male boss Jim Mann says: "Until the day that all females tfi»m£ jjkp rpajps, xesacpW WEI JuEEfiSifr!.bosses cffitbe exflf^twi tn trnat jfcojnen like men.'* At first blush, that statement may make you want to get Mann's size for an MCP (male chauvinistpig) t- shii t. but his entire message is directed towarOelping. women under^taruTTfie realities "of (Tie workplace as men see them. Writing Tri the December-January issue of Talk magazine, Mann discusses complications in hiring women managers on an equal footing with men. but says that bag of difficulties is nothing compared to the problems he encountered after hiring women: ■ He (the ra_ale boss) will be accused of motives that h«ve nothing to do with the appointment, but will make it very difficult for the new manager. This can be particularly difficult to overcome if the woman happens to helv>;i^tif\l[nr h** ™Qre tnan average "sex apfleaL'' ■ The appointee will find some co-workers, subordi- n.ites and customers difficult to communicate with due Ijto the artificially polite or overprotective or sickeningly [coy attitude many men adopt with dealing with any ■ Without realizing it, many men will let their preconceived conceptions concerning the role of women influence their judgments in dealing with her, particularly when allocating work assignments. Some men (and women) will insist on stereotyping her as the hard-bitten, unfeminine career woman of folklore, making it more difficult to persuade people to work for or with her. ;J^£ustomers will jump to the conclusion that they are dealing^wiTh~ldwer"-ech^lo^ the minute they hear a women's voice. ■ Many women will resent her because they themselves refuse to compete with men as equals, whether from lack of courage or anti-liberation conviction. The Mflnn article — "On Hiring Women: Reflections of a Frustrated Management Man" — is worth seeking out. Talk magazine is found in most 'Beauty salons Overcoming obstacles is easier when you understand the other person's perspective, or as some might say, know the enemy. Reader service: "A Working Woman's Guide to Her Job Rights" is a government booklet that covers federal laws on sex discrimination. To obtain a single, free copy, enclose a gummed, self-addressed mailing label with your request to Joyce Lain Kennedy in care of The Houston Post. Specify title. Allow several weeeks for delivery. rrU/f MAGIC GOLF rtrrJ BALLS FOR MENTAL CONCENTRATION BO'S LOWDOWN At Boccaccio there are all kinds of people doing all kinds of things, but there are certain nuclei of interest that distinguish certain groups There are those who pride themselves on having the loveliest girl on their arm. You can recognize these in a minute and you will want to. They are dilligent in their pursuit of beauty at any cost and are probably the most patient men on earth. If ever the Lord rewrites the Beatitudes, not the meek but they will surely ^ inherit the earth and heaven above for their good natures. These men have heard all there is to hear about the astrological significance of personalities, whether their interest was ever keen on the^subjeet jm 4»t; theyjhave paid the price in^pafieflCeTdr their pursuit oTrtrc^fceavon- iy bfedy-and 1 don't mean stars. These guys ktfow a "B" cup from a "C" cup and note, bila!" when passes by a "D" cup! We count tfcese men among our blessings because their, particular interest brings the beauty to Boccaeej for am^us to enjoy. ^^x^r**0**^* NowTfltfrcirUie ''fancy ^8mTy"*bunch and I they are certainly the cynosure of eyes. Their movement mesmerizes us all evening and they are opiate for those of us in the crowd who kdun't dance but love to watch those who do. ■There aie lot* of fine dancers on the Bo 2000 "scene: Brand New BC 2000 High Compression L "Don't hit me hard, pat me gently if you want me where I belong" Colorful nude girl's form on Magic golf ball provides greater mental concentration. Excellent gift item. Friends and customers will be happy to save strokes with this new U.S. made ball. $9.00 per Vi dozen; $16.00 per doz. (Cal. res. add 6% tax). Postage and handling charges will be added to orders outside of the Continental U.S.A. Send personal check or M.O. to: West Coast Exim Co. Box 4256, Thousand Oaks, CA 91359 805/497-3997 Wanted: Dealers & Distributors submitted Anonymously submitted by Eleanor G. Lejeune, Ruskin, Fl. 1 Houston Breakthrough • February 1977 • Page 11