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Houston Breakthrough, April 1980 - Page 9. April 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 27, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4490/show/4472.

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(April 1980). Houston Breakthrough, April 1980 - Page 9. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4490/show/4472

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Title Houston Breakthrough, April 1980
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Date April 1980
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Transcript Houston writer Laura Furman has won the Texas Institute of Letters 1979 Short Story Award for Eldorado, published in Houston City Magazine (January 1979). Furman currently teaches writing at the University of Houston. This summer she will direct a special program in the arts at Bennington College in Vermont. The school has also hired two other Texans to teach at the July program for 15 to 17 year olds. Anne Cooper, a native of Victoria and now a Houston potter, will teach a workshop designed to bridge all the arts — the Kite Workshop, for the building and flying of kites. Shelby Hearon, co-author of Barbara Jordan and another 1979 Texas Institute of Letters winner for her novel, Prince of a Fellow, will teach creative writing at Bennington. She now teaches at the University of Texas at Austin. Furman says the school is making a special effort to attract young Texans who want to test their future possibilities in the arts. At the school, located in Bennington, students will "learn by doing - by composing music and dances, by performing, by writing poems and stories and making visual art in two and three dimensions," Furman said. Students will also take day trips to nearby New England art festivals such as Tanglewood and Jacob's Pillow. For more information contact: The Bennington July Program, Bennington College, Bennington, Vermont 05201. All that jazz Popular Houston singer Joyce Webb is now the featured vocalist with Add Lib, the acclaimed all-woman jazz band. Add Lib now appears every Sunday night at Mum's Jazzplace. 2016 Main. Former Houston Jazz singer Roseanna Vitro has brought her NewYork-based group home for a limited engagement at Mum's Jazzplace, 2016 Main. They are appearing Tuesday through Saturday nights. Through May 3. New York "bebop" singer Marion Cowings appears with trio in a limited engagement at Rosco's, 3230 Chimney Rock, Tuesday through Saturday nights. APRIL 1980 4& J W MIKE DRISCOLL county attorney Mike is clear on women's issues: "The battered women's problem in Harris County is one of the most severe problems facing women. As attorney for the Harris County Hospital District, I want to encourage cooperation between the hospital district and the Battered Women's Center, as well as the Rape Crisis Coalition." "As County Attorney, I will work closely with the District Attorney to enforce child support provisions of the state law." "The County Attorney's Office is responsible for writing the affirmative action hiring plan for the county. The present plan allows their own office to have only one woman out of thirty attorneys. This is a situation I feel must be remedied." Headquarters: 806 Waugh Drive 526-7300 Paid For By Mike Driseoll Campaign. 808 Waugh Dr. Houston, Tx, Joe Myers, Treasurer A FRIEND IN CONGRESS NEEDS OUR HELP! U.S. Senator BIRCH BAYH Author and sponsor of ERA Amendment and ERA Extension, Displaced homemakers funding, Title IX Anti-Discrimination Amendment TARGETED for DEFEAT this year by anti-ERA, anti-abortion and other single issue groups We can't afford to lose Senator Bayh's leadership! Come join the Senator and friends for a reception: FRIDAY, APRIL 18,1980 THE ST. JAMES 5555 DEL MONTE 6:30-8:30 P.M. $30 per person • For tickets, information: Pat Brink, 643-4105 or 723-2967 Brenda Loudermilk, 522-9660 Paid for and authorized by Sen. Bayh for Senator Committee, William T. Kelsey, Treasurer.