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Breakthrough 1978-11 - Page 11. November 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 20, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/959/show/957.

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(November 1978). Breakthrough 1978-11 - Page 11. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/959/show/957

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Title Breakthrough 1978-11
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date November 1978
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
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Transcript Many recently lapsed Breakthrough subscribers have renewed, thanks to gentle reminders from our hard-working Telephone Committee. Congratulations are in order for Cecile Camp, Barbara Epperson and Patsy Dozier, pictured left to right above, as well as Judy Wolff, Betsy Brill, Sherry Outlaw, Frances Pavlovic, Ingrid Justin, Alice McCarthy, Iris Sizemore, Nancy Landau and Christina Haight. breakthrough has no office staff at the present time, so calls to the Breakthrough office are being answered by our friendly operator at Answer, Inc. A staff member will return your calls as soon as possible. If you are calling for information on resources available to women in Houston, we suggest that you call Women In Action's Women's Information Referral and Exchange Service at 527-0781. WIRES serves as a clearing house for referrals and information of special interest to women in fields such as health, employment, child care, credit, education, counseling, legal services, welfare, rape crisis, women's organizations and housing. WIRES of Women in Action, a non-profit organization staffed by volunteers, is open Monday through Friday, 9am to 9pm. The first annual meeting of TARAL (Texas Abortion Rights Action League) will be held at the Joe C. Thompson Convention Center, University of Texas at Austin on Saturday, November 18, from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. In 1973, the U. S. Supreme Court ruled that: "The right to privacy is broad enough to encompass a woman's decision whether or not to terminate her pregnancy." Today this right is under attack. The purpose of this meeting is to provide information and skills useful in the effort to maintain each woman's human, civil and religious rights to responsibly control her own reproduction. Program participants include: Barbara Balfour, Chair, Texas Abortion Rights Action League Karen Mulhauser. Executive Director, National Abortion Rights Action League, Washington, D. C. Reverend Father Joseph O'Rourke, President, Catholics for a Free Choice, New York, N.Y. Registration fees (lunch included): TARAL members, $15.00; Non-members, $25.00; Students, $10.00. Limited scholarships available. Registration must be received by November 13 to assure lunch reservations. Advance registration is preferred. Mail to: TARAL, 711 San Antonio St., Austin, Tx. 78701. Classified WOMEN'S MUSIC - THERE IS A DIFFERENCE. New albums by Chris Williamson, Sweet Honey in the Rock, Kay Gardner, and (soon) Holly Near. Available at: Cactus (both stores), The Bookstore, Wilde 'N' Stein, UHCLC, and B. D. & Daughter. Houston distributor — Pokey Anderson (526-7828). Employment wanted: Position with responsibility where I may use my management, personnel, bookkeeping and/or secretarial skills. Have nine years experience in medical center as office manager. Presently employed but need to change and would like to be part of woman-owned business or work for a woman. Call 667-2735 after 6:00 pm. CARL HUFF has practiced what politicians only preach— leadership that insures government performs its most basic function—serving responsively and responsibly all the people* A 34-year-oid family man and computer specialist with proven leadership abilities, Carl Huff has consistently demonstrated that government can function to meet the needs and will of its citizens* 0 If you want battered women's and children's shelters, elect Carl Huff. Sjlf you want road, drainage and community improvements when and where needed, not as part of an election campaign, elect Carl Huff. H If you want traffic to flow freely, with alternate routes to such bottlenecks as Aldine Westfield Rd, Hardy, Homestead, and Old Humble Rd, elect Carl Huff. S) If you want townhall meetings in four locations, where citizens can express their views and be responded to, elect Carl Huff. jn If you want effective flood and mosquito control when and where needed, elect Carl Huff. Si If you want enlightened, systematic planning throughout Precinct 4, elect Carl Huff. SJ If you want attention paid to senior citizens' needs, elect Carl Huff. Sj If you're tired of potholes, promises and procrastination, elect Carl Huff. 0 If you're tired of 36 years of drowsiness and inattention at the Precinct 4 wheel, elect Carl Huff. Endorsed by Women's Political Caucus Elect CARL HUFF Harris County Commissioners Court, Precinct 4 Michael David PECK Justice of the Peace Precinct 5, Position 2 Democrat • Native Houstonian • Practicing Attorney • Fully Certified & Commissioned Law Enforcement Officer Paid for by Michael D. Peck Campaign, 6107 Hummingbird Houston, Tx 77096, Malvern D. Lusky, Treas. NOVEMBFr. 1W8 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH 11