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Announcing an opportunity for women to invest
in Houston REAL ESTATE.
Selective Enterprises, Inc. is buying and managing
income properties for investors.
Limited partnerships and joint ventures are available. Minimum investment is $1000.
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MARGIE ADAM NAKED KEYS
44*4 4 ft
Margie is back, and this time she's
at the piano atone, playing her own
music on this solo instrumental album.
You can hear her classical training,
feel her jazz influences, hum her pop
LP Record $6.95/Tape Cassette $6.95
Send check or money order payable
to: Pleiades Records
P.O. Box 7217, Berkeley, Ca 94707
Distributed locally in many areas.
Also available: "Margie Adam. Songwriter." LP Record/ Tape Cassette $6.95. Songbook $5.50.
n. 1. A woman-owned business specializing
in quality graphics and printing. 2. A large
red brick house in the heart of Montrose.
- adj. Having many and varied features.
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Carol Kelleher, MS (left), and Rosemary
Johnson, MSW (right), will lead a workshop on
Women and Stress, Saturday May 3 at the Family Service Center, 3635 W. Dallas, 9:30 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. How to juggle responsibilities of
home, relationships and career, how to reduce
stress areas and make stress work for each individual will be the focus of the workshop. For
reservations and further information on tuition
fee call 524-3881.
The Feminist Writers Guild is working to build
strong networks of communication and support
among feminists who write. The Guild is a
national service and political organization,
beginning a third year with a major outreach
effort to third world women, southern women,
and all women writing in isolation. Membership,
including a subscription to the Guild newsletter,
is $10 a year, $5 for low-income persons. For
further information, write Feminist Writers
Guild, P.O. Box 9396, Berkeley CA 94709.
The American Sewing Guild, a non-profit organization of people interested in sharing and
improving their sewing skills, is sponsoring a
chapter in Houston with the American Home
Sewing Association, a trade organization of
approximately 300 notion, pattern, fabric, sewing machine and fiber companies. The American Sewing Guild aims to provide up-to-date
sewing information and inspiration for people
who would like to sew more-or sew better.
The Guild sponsors lectures, demonstrations,
classes, seminars and fashion shows and has a
regular newsletter on the many facets of sewing.
Each Guild has a Chapter Administrator
appointed by AHSA who is knowledgeable in
all areas of sewing, to serve as liaison between
the chapter and the home sewing industry. For
membership information contact The American
Sewing Guild, P.O. Box 36081, Houston TX
more foot-tapping fun
A delightful mixture of new arrangements
of great traditional tunes, progressive
bluegrass and jazzy originals, featuring
spirited double fiddle
and hot flat picking.
g0K\Axi^ Available at feminist bookstores
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Galaxia, P.O. Box212, Woburn, MA 01801
Women Talking, Women Listening announces a
women's chapbook contest for Womenpoets in
the U.S. who have not yet published a chap-
book. Entry fee is $5. The winning chapbook
writer will receive $25 and 100 copies of her
work. Guidelines for entry (deadline: May 15)
are available from Women Talking, Women Listening, P.O. Box 2414, Dublin, CA 94566.
Fluoridation and Recent Carcinogenic Implications, a lecture by Martha Bevis, will be sponsored by the Cancer Prevention and Control
Organization at 7:30 p.m. Thursday April 3 at
the Easter Seal Center, 3630 West Dallas. Bevis
recently fought the Health System Agency's
appropriation to fluoridate the entire state of
Texas. For further information, call 668-4218.
The South Central Women's Studies Association, a regional division of the National Women's Studies Association, invites program
proposals for WomanFair, to be held at UT at
Arlington, October 18 and 19. Needed are
panels, seminars, workshops, papers, arts and
craft displays, musical and dance performances,
dramatic presentations and other creative activities tied to the conference topics: Pioneers
Then and Now: Women Innovators; Silver
Threads and Golden Notebooks: Women and
The Arts; Healing and Helping: Physical Mental
and Spiritual Health; Getting and Spending:
Economic Woman; Bearing and Caring: Families in the 1980s; and Majority and Minority
Women: Myths and Realities.
Proposals should include name, address and
affiliation (if applicable) of presenters, and a
one-page description of the proposed activity
including title,nature and format, time required
and equipment needed. Proposals (deadline:
May 11) will be judged on their appropriateness
to conference themes and on the extent to
which they use the humanities to clarify the
values, concerns, traditions and experiences of
women's lives. For information or to submit
proposals, contact: Jeanne Ford, WomanFair
Coordinator, P.O. Box 19528 UTA Station,
Arlington TX 76019, (817) 273-2219.
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( kinko's graphics, inc. )
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