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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1976 - Page 15. November 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. April 13, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/199/show/193.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, November 1976
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Date November 1976
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Transcript League, continued from page 3 Leaguers worked during the week at the local office. Lynn League, Chair of the Housing Committee, directed the thirteen Unit Chairs who served as ushers and were thus unable to actually see the debate. Aileen Moulton, prospect coordinator for the Houston League, who worked in the debate staff headquarters, was fascinated by the numerous details and the frantic activity which is necessary to put on a television show, Nancy Mauch, Voters Guide chair, who also worked at the Alley when she wasn't involved in distributing the Guides, said that "at one time, not only were the telephone men doing their work, but others were taking pictures of them doing it. Caterers were trying to serve lunch to the technical staff while they were trying to lay cables, the press was trying to get in, decorators were bringing in furniture for Dole and Mondale's dressing rooms, union officials were settling a dispute, and everyone else was hurrying around or talking into a telephone, a walkie-talkie, a headset or, if they were Secret Service, into a microphone in their sleeve." Imaginative gifts, toys, crafts from around the world! <&* Unicefgreeting cards _J&-IM(5I1I? Center 2813 Westheimer Where your gift gives tcjJce When she first saw a Secret Serviceman with a plastic ear plug, Nancy Douglas, Chair of the Administration of Justice Committee spoke loudly and distinctly because, she said, "I thought the poor fellow was deaf. And when he began to talk into his sleeve, I thought he was crazy." By early Friday afternoon, the preparations were completed -- the candidates had tested the facilities, the tickets and press credentials had been distributed and the police barricades were being put up. Was having the debate in Houston good or bad for the local League? "It was a tremendous experience for all of us to play a part in making the first vice-presidential debate possible," Appel said. "Deciding who would get tickets did create some problems, though. Most of the public and League members were very understanding but naturally, some felt slighted by not being able to attend. And our long distance telephone bill Will be horrendous, even though the national League will contribute a certain amount to help meet our expenses." BANK AMERICARD MASTERCHARGE MOM-SAT Will the Houston League ever again invite the national League to hold a debate in Houston? An enthusiastic member replied, "We're already making plans for 1980!" "^ CELEBRATION S/V'< S University Center University of Houston November 8 12-2 p.m. - Pacific Room - AFFECTION (Bulgarian film about a girl growing up) 2-4 p.m. — Pacific Room — MAHANAGER (Indian film about a working wife) 4-5 p.m. - Atlantic Room - WOMEN IN MAINLAND CHINA (slides and discussion) 5:30-7:30 — Pacific Room — LUCIA (Three Lucias in various periods in Cuban history) 8-9:30 - Houston Room - INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S PANEL (Women from countries around the world compare women's roles) November 9 2:30-3:30 p.m. - Pacific Room - THE KOUMIKO MYSTERY (Documentary about a modern Japanese woman) 3:30-4 - Pacific Room - SAMBIZANGA (film about a young Black woman and liberation in Angola) 6-7 p.m. - Pacific Room - WORKSHOP - Women's Rights/ Human Rights (Third World women share feelings) 7-8 p.m. - Houston Room - RECEPTION Honoring UH International Women 8-10 p.m. - Houston Room - INTERNATIONAL FASHION SHOW (National dress from around the world) Co-sponsored by University of Houston Campus Activities, Student Association, and International Students Organization. For information call 749-1253. Big 2 News With Sara Lowrey, Larry Rasco, Douo Johnson and Bill Worrell. The Big Event presents "Gone With the Wind" Weekdays at 6 PM in <C Country First time on TV, the classic story of Civil War days in the Old South written by Margaret Mitchell starring Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh, Olivia de Havilland and Leslie Howard. November 7and 8at 7PM in <£ Country <2 November 1976 Houston Breakthrough Page 15