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Houston Breakthrough, April 1979 - Page 26. April 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1324/show/1321.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, April 1979
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Date April 1979
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  • Newsletters
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Transcript 'Spirited, witty, and comedlc' It W Anja Brden's SpetUhy Fllcm. Inc. prtncnn Wlv*» varring Araie M«rtr Oncfwn. IUt)« Mcttxw «nd FroydK Amwnd Written and dfrrcted by An)* Breton FREE VALIDATED PARKING Grwmwj Ptu;, i 'ixfcrwdund HuffaJ< i Sptfdwav 626 :«39 ONE WEEK ONLY MAY 4-10 ^o«n- MGLAS Handsritched on the San Bias Islands $18 to $40. Handwovcn Shawls, $10 to $30. 1710 SUNSET BLVD. 527-9838 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 NOTICE A pre-hearing conference on a construction permit to allow Houston Lighting & Power to build a NUCLEAR POWER PLANT at Allen's Creek The public is urged to attend Wednesday, April 18 9:30 a.m. U.S. Federal Bldg. 515 Rusk Room 7740. Those wishing to make a written or oral statement should simply notify: Shelbon Wolfe Atomic Safety & Licensing US/NRC U.S. Federal Bldg. 515 Rusk Houston, Texas 77002 The nuclear power plant would be built in Wallis, Texas, which is 48 miles southwest from downtown Houston. Anyone in a 50-mile radius of a proposed nuclear plant is considered "a prime intervenor" or a "witness in good standing" by the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, since these citizens would encounter the greatest environmental impact by the nuclear facility. NETWORK INFORMATION Information for the Network column should be typed, double-spaced, on one side of the page, and sent to Hildegard Warner, Houston Breakthrough, P. O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004. We regret we cannot take information over the phone. Announcements of events that are free and open to the public are published free of charge. Be sure to send information early. For May issue, include events for May 15-June 15. For June issue, June 15-July 15. MAGGIE A RETROSPECTIVE Maggie: A Retrospective featuring paintings and other works by the late Houston artist Margaret Webb Dreyer is currently on exhibit in the University of St. Thomas Art Gallery, 3900 Yoakum, until April 14. The exhibit includes water colors, oils, drawings and her last work,Maggie's Songs 1-5, of stained acrylics on unbleached and unsized linen. Dreyer was director of the art program for the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department and operated Dreyer Galleries, a contemporary gallery, for 15 years. A Margaret Webb Dreyer Memorial Scholarship in Art has been established by the University of St. Thomas to assist students in financial need who show exceptional creative promise in art. Donations may be sent to the Margaret Webb Dreyer Memorial Fund, c/o Rev. F.E. Monaghan, Scholarship Office, University of St. Thomas, 3812 Montrose, Houston, TX 77006. The UST Art Gallery is open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, noon to 6 p.m. For more information call 522-7911. drawing by Errell Jordan Greenpeace is a California-based humane society concerned primarily with protecting whales and seals. The group also lobbies against nuclear power plants and other environmental dangers. Greenpeace president, Dr. Patrick Moore, was arrested and charged when he tried to protect baby seals from being killed. For more information about this organization, write 240 Ft. Mason, San Francisco, California 94123. The Park People is the new name of the Citizens Open Space Taskforce, a group dedicated to increasing the amount of park and open space land in Houston. Their next program, Non-Traditional Approaches to Parkland and Open Space Acquisition, will be Thursday, April 19, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Electric Living Center, 2121 W. Loop South. The Park People is a non-profit organization dependent on tax-deductible contributions to offer their programs. Donations may be sent to One Main Plaza, no. 1006, Houston 77002. Make checks payable to C.E.C. Fund, Inc./The Park People. For more information, contact Judy Vinson, 228-0037. Bayou 79 is the theme of the 10th annual Reeking Regatta and the University of Houston Downtown Campus Spring Festival to be held Saturday, April 21, at Allen's Landing. The focus of the activities will be environmental protection and will include canoe and raft races and a water-ski show in the bayou if possible. Continuous music will be provided from two stages, along with dancing, food, drinks, and items for sale at booths sponsored by other groups such as The Park People. All of the activities are free and will last from 10 a.m. until 7 p.m. TWIGS, the new volunteer "fun/fund"-raising organization of St. Joseph Hospital Foundation, is taking root and branching into the Houston community. The program consists of small neighborhood groups that individually plan, organize and conduct their own "fun/fund"-raising activities for the benefit of St. Joseph Hospital. Metropolitan TWIG will feature an old-fashioned Southern Dinner on Saturday, April 21, from 7 to 10 p.m. at Alfreda's Cafeteria, 2530 Crawford at McGowen. Tickets are $5.00 and are available at all Alfreda's Cafeterias, St. Joseph Hospital Foundation (652-3100) and at the door the night of the event. All proceeds from the neighborhood events go to St. Joseph Hospital Foundation. For further information please call 652-3100. MOVING? DON'T FORGET TO TAKE BREAKTHROUGH WITH YOU! When you plan to move, let us know six weeks in advance, so that Breakthrough will get there with you. This will also lower our postage costs. The post office charges us 25 cents each time they notify us of your change of address. Each year this costs us almost $200. Please help us put this money to better use. To insure prompt service include your address label along with your new address. Just jot your new address below. Attach your current address label in the space provided and send it to: Breakthrough, P.O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004. ATTACH BREAKTHROUGH LABEL HERE Name Address City State Zip Code TO SUBSCRIBE: Mail this form with your payment and check the appropriate box. n New Subscription Q Renewal Q Gift SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year, $7; 2 years, $13; 3 years, $18. (Add $3 per year for postage outside the U.S. and its possessions and Canada. SINGLE COPY PRICE AND BACK ISSUES: $1.00.. Payment must accompany all single or back copy orders and all subscription orders. 26 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH APRIL 1979