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Houston Breakthrough, April 1979 - Page 27. April 1979. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 8, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1324/show/1322.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, April 1979
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Date April 1979
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Transcript classified ads Breakthrough is the largest women's newspaper in Texas. Get your message to our network of readers through the Breakthrough classifieds. Rates are 30 cents a word. Enclose your check with copy as you want it to appear. Mail to: Breakthrough Classifieds, P. O. Box 88072, Houston, TX 77004. SPANISH—Achieve fast fluency in the beautiful colonial hill town of San Miguel Allende, Mexico. The world-renowned ACADEMIA HISPANO AMERICANA offers a completely integrated program of instruction in Spanish Language and Latin American studies. Open to students on all levels, year round, with individual programs of study for advanced students. Also private instruction. Academia Hispano Americana, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. KODA-FM has an opening for a top flight announcer, part time. The position will involve weekend and fill-in shifts, plus some production duties. Experience and training in the execution of a Beautiful Music format are required, plus a suitable voice. Must hold valid FCC operators permit. Qualified handicapped, disabled veterans and Vietnam veterans invited to apply to Program Director, KODA, 4808 San Felipe, Houston, Texas, 77056. EOE. Barbara Vida Ring, R.N., a nurse in private practice. Counseling and psychotherapy. 8303 Southwest Freeway at Gessner. Call 777-2053, day or evening. WOMEN'S HEALTH ADVOCATES-Does your women's health group have volunteers? Are you a volunteer women's health advocate? The National Women's Health Network is conducting a survey of grassroots women's health groups whose members include community volunteers. The Network is seeking new ways to strengthen the women's health movement. If you are a part of a women's health advocacy group or health center, or know of any groups who would like to participate in this first-of-a-kind national women's health survey, please request a survey from: National Women's Health Network, 2025 "I" St. NW, Suite 105, Washington, DC 20006. IS HOME BIRTH FOR YOU?-On May 12, 1979, there will be a seminar on home birth in Houston. It will be held at the Fonde Recreation Center on Memorial and Sabine. The seminar will be given by HOUSTON MIDWIFE EDUCATION. Public invited. $2.00 donations welcomed. For more information call Rhonda Meador, 433-8232. Adorable pedigree Terrier puppies on sale for $100. For more information, call 467-0200 during the day. Women's Resource Services (WRS) at the University of Houston at Clear Lake City (UHCLC) is accepting applications for its salaried, half-time (20 hr./week) counselor. The position will open July 1, 1979, and end June 30, 1980. Applicants must be prepared to be enrolled at UHCLC 1979-1980, at the graduate level. The work schedule will be prepared to meet the counselor's personal and academic requirements. As its name implies, the Women's Resource Services provides multiple services both to the general public and to the university community. It offers informal peer counseling, provides information concerning women's issues to individuals and groups, coordinates workshops and seminars to serve women's needs and organizes the University's Women's Week program. The WRS counselor has administrative responsibilities for the operation of WRS and coordinates the activities of its volunteers. Applicants should have organizational ability and should be personable and supportive to those who seek help. It is desirable that applicants have experience working with volunteer organizations concerned with women's issues. The counselor works with the WRS Advisory Council and, as WRS is part of the UHCLC Counseling Center, reports to the Coordinator of Counseling and Psychological Services within the Student Services Division. Applications are available at the UHCLC Bayou Building, Room 2107. For further information, contact WRS, UHCLC, 2700 Bay Area Blvd., Box 168, Houston, TX 77058. Phone 488-9216 or 488-9215 or contact Rema Lou Brown at 488-1896. Applications will be accepted through mid-April. The Women's Organic Farm is a primitive camping retreat for those interested in healthful, egalitarian and responsible rural life. Campers may participate in the garden and/or construction projects at the camp, located in the hill country 50 miles northwest of Austin. Groups interested in retreats at the camp may write Women's Organic Farm, Bertram, TX 78605 for more information. A Guide to Women s Art Organizations, the most comprehensive national, interdisciplinary directory of its kind, has just been published by Midmarch Associates in cooperation with Women Artists News. The Guide covers the various media in individual chapters on visual arts, architecture, design, film and video, dance, music, theatre and writing. Each category includes listings and information on organizations, performance groups, archives, registries, concerts, festivals, resources (legal and funding, facilities, distributors, etc.) The 5x8^" soft-cover volume is 84 pages long and includes 16 black-and-white photographs as well as an extensive bibliography. Editor Cynthia Navaretta writes in her introduction, "The next stage for women artists is communication. Slowly but inexorably an interdisciplinary network is building . . . One of the purposes of this Guide is to provide a vehicle for the extension of that network. Another purpose ... is to reach individual women still working in isolation, to help them find a point of entry into a broad and expanding movement." Copies are $4.50 ppd for individuals, $5.00 ppd for institutions, available from: Midmarch Assoc./Women Artists News, Box 3304 Grand Central Station, New York, N.Y. 10017,(212)666-6990. The fourth issue of Phosphene Literary Magazine will soon be on the stands. For more information or to obtain copies, mail $4 to: Phosphene Publishing Company, P. O. Box 66842,Fairview Station, Houston, TX 77019. Sxecuti^ &?e4M€ce> With SECRETARIAL SERVICE Typing Statistical Medical Resumes Theses Correspondence Phone Dictation Manuscripts Other Services Notary Photocopies Mailing Services Cassette Transcriptions Answering Service Bookkeeping Air Travel Arranged Wake Up Service Introductory Offer / No Charge For Your First 3 Pages Of Typing We'd like to get acquainted! Give us an opportunity to show you our capabilities. Come by within 30 days and we'll type 3 pages for you — absolutely free. Pick Up & Delivery \ 5855 Sovereign Drive *108 ##1-5334 WESTHEIMER WE ARE HERE o ■corporate /£ § I BPARK '& B April 20-22,1979 Texas Woman's University Denton, Texas SECOND ANNUAL SOUTH CENTRAL WOMEN'S STUDIES CONFERENCE The second South Central Women's Studies Conference will be held April 20-22 to gather together people who are involved and/or interested in women's studies and school and community women's programming in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. Teachers, students, counselors, those involved in women's centers and community service agencies and other interested persons are invited to attend. For further information contact L. Doran, (817) 566-2586, or Clara Boyer, (817) 387-7611. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH APRIL 1979 27