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Houston Breakthrough, April 1980 - Page 31. April 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. August 1, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4490/show/4488.

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(April 1980). Houston Breakthrough, April 1980 - Page 31. 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/4488

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Title Houston Breakthrough, April 1980
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date April 1980
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women
  • Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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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 mmL Nutrition Education Conference on April 12 - 13 at Oaks Hotel. Only $15.00. Ten outstanding speakers. May prolong your life. Phone Dr. Ruth Yale Long 665-2946. Wanted: woman to share 3 bedroom, 2 bath house in Memorial. 464-0064. Heights: duplex for rent. Unique 2 bedroom $350 plus utilities. Selective Enterprises. 862-7399. Tired of the Good Ole Boys' Top 40? Seek out the independent Women's Music network! Discover Cris Williamson's magical ballads Margie Adam's evocative piano, Alive!'s energizing jazz, Sirani Avedis' radical rock, and lots more. Available in Houston: B.D. & Daughter, The Bookstore, Wilde 'N' Stein, Prairie Fire, and Cactus Records. In Huntsvil/e: Evolution Records. In Galveston: My Sisters. Distributed by Pokey Anderson, WomanSound Houston. Manufacturers representatives needed, Sensitivity architectural products/interior furnishings required. Own hours/ commission/ will train/ immediate customers. 664-7587. For Interior Painting or Wallpapering, call Lee-Cher Distinctive Wallcovering, 466-3997 or 932-6348 after 4:30. References. The seventh National Women's Music Festival will take place May 29 through June 1 near Champaign-Urbana, Illinois. Thirteen performers are featured, among them Holly Near, Meg Christian, Alive!, Robin Tyler and Teresa Trull. Daily workshops will cover everything from instrument repair to innovative approaches in teaching, from production to promotion. Concerts, workshops, feminist films, and jam sessions are highlights of the festival. Further information will be featured in Breakthrough in future issues. Wanted: Painters for apartment painting. Commission. Sheetrockers or women interested in learning. Call Total Home Services 497-6371. I wo training institutes in national political campaign techniques-one for women judicial candidates the weekend of April 11-13; and one for Black, Hispanic, Asian/Pacific and Native American women the weekend of April 18-20 -will be held at the TWA/Breech Training Academy, Overland Park, Kansas. The newly- formed National Association of Women Judges is cooperating with the National Women's Education Fund (NWEF) in the first training institute. The second institute is being planned by Colorado State Senator Polly Baca Barragan and Tennessee State Rep. Lois DeBerry, chair of the National Association of Black Women State Legislators. "Both institutes are a part of the NWEF continuing political skills training program for women, emphasizing the unique aspects of women's candidacies as well as those techniques basic to every campaign," NWEF Executive Director Rosalie Whelan said. "They are open to women who expect to participate in political campaigns as candidates, campaign managers or responsible staff members. Institutes are presented by national and regional campaign experts, including women who, themselves, have run for public office." A $100 fee covers room, board, tuition, and materials for each institute. A limited amount of financial aid is available, on basis of need. Applications for registration, limited by space available, can be obtained from NWEF, 1410 Q Street, NW, Washington DC 20009. A Women's Yellow Pages is in the making and will be published by September 1,1980. It will include listings of women-owned and operated businesses (at least 50 percent ownership by women). This directory is for all of us who freelance our favorite hobbies too. The format will vary from pictorial graphics to paragraphed descriptions of your service or commodity. Sheddan and Friends is a freelance graphics business and is undertaking this project. Please make inquiries by phone or mail to: Sheddan and Friends, 2400 McCue No. 103 Houston TX 77056. Phone 871-1801 from 7 a.m. - 8 a.m. 5:30 p.m. - 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. -11 p.m. Hairdressers-Successful salon in southwest area finds expansion necessary. We need experienced hairdressers and offer paid vacation, high commissions, educational assistance, and salon support. 789-9945, opportunity unlimited. Holly Gearhart Photography, a woman owned and operated business filling your political, commercial, publicity, and insurance photographic needs. 713-528-6958 24 hrs. a day/7 days a week. The Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press has released the 1980 Index/Directory of Women's Media listing women's periodicals, presses, publishers, news services, columns, regular radio and TV programs, and media collectives and companies in film, video and cable, music, art/graphics/theater, and multimedia .There is a section on individual media women and media-concerned women-women who are building a supportive communications network. Included with the Directory is an annotated Index of women's media research and activities -over 100 different categories-from the massive wealth of information found in the pages of the monthly Media Report to Women. This index would be particularly useful to those doing research or delivering talks on any aspect of women's communications and mass media. The Index/Directory of Women's Media is available for $8 from the Women's Institute for Freedom of the Press, 3306 Ross Place, NW, Washington, DC 20008 (202) 966-7783. Women Hold Up Half the Sky in China. Read about it in Women of China, an attractive illustrated monthly magazine, including reports on women in science and industry, women in the arts, women's role in Chinese history, and many other topics. $5.00 a year (12 issues). Subscribe from Prairie Fire Bookstore, 3221 Main St. Houston TX 77002. « ANTIKLAN/ NAZI FORUM GET THE TRUTH ABOUT THE Nov. 3 f79 Murder of 5 Communist Workers Party members by KKK/Nazis in "reensboro N.C. Hear Signe Wallerfwidov of Dr. Jim Waller who was a trade union leader and on CWP central committee, april 19 7piTl INGHANDO PARK Take 1-45 Woodridge exit [pass McDonalds becomes Evergreen 73°2 Keller M5-3547 ommittee to Avenge CWP5 and Anti-R ho i sm/Fasc i sm committee. Whenever we're out of the office, the Breakthrough phones are answered courteously and your messages are taken efficiently 24 hours a day by OF HOUSTON a woman (fumed business • CALL FORWARDING • RADIO PAGING • LIVE ANSWERING SERVICE central office 4215 Graustark northeast office 4215 Graustark southwest office 3221 Fondren northwest office 12345 Kingsride 524-3985 691-2088 781-3413 467-2111 r^ ROBERTA K. TILUNGHAST, PRESIDENT Houston • Galvesfon • San Antonio • Corpus Christi 11 ii agreat business lor women kfrome factory It's one of the few businesses you can own and open your doors with an initial cash requirement of less than $20,000* ... which includes equipment, inventory, training, operating assistance, and beginning operating capital. Balance is financiable. if OHIO rOGCOfl| is the largest and most successful do-it-yourself picture framing organization in the United States. NOT ONE OF OUR SHOPS HAS EVER FAILED! Several prime locations are now available in the Houston Metro area — Bear Creek, Katy, Fondren/Southwest, Braeswood, Memorial/Northwest, Hwy. 1960, Greenway Plaza, West University, Gear Lake City, Alief, Baytown, Friendswood, and areas throughout Texas. Learn about this profitable, enjoyable opportunity for a woman to own her own business. Write or CalI: Buster Smith, Vice President The Frame Factory Area One Warehouse 9513 Dalecrest; Houston 77080 (713)467-1841 *lf qualified for our Lease/Purchase Program. The Village Cheese Shop DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESES GOURMET FOODS FINE WINES COOKWARE MARY ELLEN ALLEN (713) 527-0398 MON-SAT. 9-fe 2484 BOLSOVER HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 APRIL 1980 31