Elizabeth Cady Stanton Foundation wants
to preserve the Stanton homestead, buy
the house and in cooperation with the
National Park Service, create a women's
rights national historic park, including a
resource center for research on women's
history. For more information write the
foundation at 32 Washington St., Seneca
Falls, NY 13148.
Options Career Coop: designed for home-
makers entering or re-entering job market;
or preparing for career change. For more
information, call 465-1118.
Read, browse, have tea. Salon atmosphere.
Lectures, activities, music. Buy a book —
help stamp out TV! The Heights Bookstore, 301 W. 19th St., 864-5593. Owner,
For interior painting or wallpapering. Call
Lee-Cher Distinctive Wallcovering at
466-3997 or 932-6348 after 4:30 pm.
Secretary/Receptionist for small advertising agency in theSouthwest area. Seeking
bright person for multiple office tasks.
Good typing plus ability to work under
pressure. $10,000. 776-9820.
A fall series on Islam will focus on it as a
major force in world economics and politics. One of the seven featured speakers
is Elizabeth Fernea, research associate with
the Center »for Middle Eastern Studies,
University of Texas, who will speak on
the role of women in Islamic society. She
is the author of Middle Eastern Women
Speak. The Monday evening programs
begin Sept. 22 at the Museum of Fine
Arts. For more information call Mrs.
O'Leary at 523-4741. Inquire about admission charge.
Breakthrough needs typesetters, advertising sales people and news carriers. Call
the office at 526-6686. If we are out of
the office, please hold for our answering
service and leave a message.
Do you know where we can get bricks?
New or used. We need them for a project
on the Breakthrough house. Call 526-6686
Classified ad rates are 30 cents a word
(one month run); 25 cents a word each
month (two month run) and 20 cents a
word each month (three month run).
Payment must accompany ad placement.
Deadline: 25th of preceding month. Mail
copy and check to Breakthrough, P. 0.
Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004.
on Paper (Sept. 13-Oct. 4). Hours: Tues.-
Sat. 10 am - 6 pm.
Watson/Willour, 2000 Peden (524-0865).
Gallery Artists on Paper (Sept. 5-Oct. 5).
Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11 am — 5 pm.
An Israeli art sale will take place on Sun.,
Sept. 28 from 11 am—8 pm at the Jewish
Community Center, 5601 S. Braeswood.
Films about the Israeli Museum in Jerusalem and Pioneer Women's work with
women in Israel will be shown at 11 am
and 2 pm. For more information, call
The University of Houston Art Faculty is
holding its 1980 exhibition through Oct. 3
in Atrium I and II, Bayou Building, UH/
CLear Lake City, 2700 Bay Area Blvd.
The Houston Area Women's Center will
begin training volunteers to assist rape
victims. The program will begin on Sept.
27 and run for four consecutive Saturdays
from 10 am to 3:30 pm at the UT School
for Public Health, 6905 Bertner. If interested in volunteering call Adelyn Bernstein
The theme of the fall semester at the
C. G. Jung Educational Center is The
Hour of Woman. A 12 week course,
Jungian Psychology and Feminism: A
Dialogue begins Sept. 18 and a lecture,
The Women's Hour by Florence Wiedemann, takes place on Sun., Sept. 21 at
8 pm. For more information, call 524-
8253. Admission to the lecture is $5.00.
The National NOW Conference takes place
in San Antonio October 3-5. Look for details in your local NOW membership news
letters or write: 1980 National NOW Conference, P. O. Box 7813, Washington, D.C.
Womanfair, third annual conference of
the South Central Women's Studies Assoc.
will be held October 18 and 19 at the UT
Arlington campus. For schedules of workshops and activities planned, write: Wom-
manfair, P. O. Box 19528, UTA Station,
UT/Arlington, Arlington, TX 77019.
Saving the Past: Tools for Family History
is a free series offered by the Houston
Public Library during Sept. and Oct. to
teach family members how to interpret
letters, diaries, journals, and other family documents, as well as to discuss the
value of taping present-day family history.
For more information, phone the library's
Public Information Office, 2224456 , or
pick up a schedule at one of the following branch libraries where the lectures
will take place: Melcher, Kashmere, Kendall, or Cliff Tuttle.
The Language Learning Center
A cultural approach to proficiency in reading,
writing and speaking languages.
Eng. I: 6-week Intensive course, 25 hours/per week. (The Intensive English Center
is authorized to issue l-20's for student visas.)
Eng. II: 6-week course, 5 hours/week. Late afternoons and evenings. (Proficiency
improvement for non-native speakers.)
Modern and Classical Languages
French • German • Latin • Classical Greek
6-week courses, 5 hours/week, late afternoons and evenings. (Ideal for medical and
technical professionals, travelers, businessmen, self-enrichment seekers, PhD
candidates and students at all levels.)
For registration information please call: 529-1778
The Language Learning Center at 1414 W. Clay, Houston, 77019, is centrally
located with easy access to the Medical Center, Downtown, Greenway Plaza and the
The Village Cheese Shop
DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED CHEESES
MARY ELLEN ALLEN
HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005
GALVESTON AREA LESBIANS.
SHARE LIFE WITH US!
Metropolitan Community Church
1804 69th Street
Sundays 765-6089 (Galveston)
1:00 p.m. 529-6616 (Houston)
1728 Bissonnet • Houston 77005 •
Fine feminist books and magazines ineluding
Heresies, Chrysalis, Woman Spirit and Women Artists News