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manities, the National Endowment for the Humanities and private donors. Additional
funds are being solicited to carry out future plans.
For more information about the project, contact the Texas Foundation for Women's
Resources, P. O. Box 4800, Austin TX 78765.
Managing Your Time is the subject of a Saturday workshop at Family Service Center,
3635 W. Dallas. The February 9 workshop scheduled for 9:30 a.m to 4:30 p.m. will
focus on setting priorities and balancing needs, uncovering time-wasters and exploring
time-savers. For information on tuition and reservations call 524-3881.
An ERA Action Team is forming in Houston to staff a phone bank. For further information contact Jan Stevens at 445-2220 or 442-6838.
Inside Running, a tabloid for Houston-area joggers, sponsors night running and jogging
at Bellaire Senior High School, Maple and Ferris (between Beechnut and Bellaire), on
Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 7 and 9 p.m. The quarter-mile track and adjacent parking lot are well-lit, and Inside Running has arranged for security personnel to
be on hand during those hours to supervise joggers' safety. For more information, call
Interested in making a career change? The Career Options Program of Houston Community College will be offering its first free four-week workshop, beginning January 7.
The workshop will be in three units; the first will deal with coping strategies for changing roles. Experts will address the questions of legal rights, childcare and financial
management. There will also be seminars in communication skills, stress, and time
management. The second unit will offer participation in vocational and technical programs at the college. The third unit will deal with strategies for making a career choice
and methods of implementing it, including resume writing, interviewing techniques and
individual job counseling.
The workshop is scheduled for Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., January 7
through February 1 at HCC, 2720 Leeland. For further information, call Career Options
Tips on Relaxation, a continuing series of one-hour meetings teaching principles ot
decision-making and stress management, is presented by The Community, the public service branch of the Synthesis Foundation, a non-profit education organization. These
meetings are free and open every Sunday, 7:30 p.m. at 2208 Portsmouth, Houston
77098. For more information call 520-6067.
The realities of teenage pregnancies in Harris County will be the topic of a combined
meeting of the Montrose Area and Southwest Houston Chapters of NOW. Lorie Smolins
will be the speaker for the meeting at Jungman Library, 5830 Westheimer at 7 p.m. on
Tuesday, January 22. For more information, call Peggy Hall at 522-4468.
Working Women as a Part of the Labor Movement will be the topic of a talk by Nikki
Van Hightower for Houston Network at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, on
Thursday, January 24 at 7:15 p.m. For further information on this program or about
Houston Network, a new organization to address the problems of working women call
Beverly Stotesbury at 729-8742 or 797-1207.
The National Association of Women Business Owners Houston Chapter is sponsoring a
seminar series through the Houston Community College system. The first topic is Entre-
preneurship with a focus on motivational and planning techniques. This seminar begins
on January 22. For information on schedule, tuition and other topics, contact HCC, or
the National Association of Women Business Owners at 3100 West Alabama, Suite 306,
Houston TX 77098.
Professional Sales Opportunity for the exceptional woman or man. Unlimited income.
Total independence. Excellent training program. Mutual of New York. Call Frank
Jane Seger's Catering. Exceptional cuisine for all your social and business gatherings.
Please call for more information. (713) 862-8678.
Women Against Nukes: Send name, address, phone, and brief description of group/
organization of women opposed to nuclear technology to be listed in resource section of
Handbook for Women on the Nuclear Mentality (to be published in March 1980). Send
information to: Nina Swaim, Box 421, Norwich VT 05055.
At some time or other, we all want assistance. For personal change, awareness, relaxation and relationship counseling, call Rikki at 526-9808.
Looking for woman to share two-bedroom home. Convenient to UH-Downtown-Medical
Center area. 928-3614.
Part-time inside sales for local branch of national company. 17-25 hours weekly. Salary
plus bonus. Mr. Bryson, 921-0067.
Organize your small business with Product or Service description, Management Functions, Facility, Marketing and Promotion, and Financial Planning. Comprehensive
Business Plan developed for small business presentable for bank financing, investor
financing, and operational plan and business strategy. Free initial discussion and estimate of cost. Call Memorial Consultants—Donna Lewis. 932-8060.
Women and Work—New Options: A Guide to Nonprint Media, an illustrated listing of
more than 100 films, videotapes, videocassettes, and slide/tape presentations, particularly useful to counselors, teachers and administrators interested in showing women in
non-traditional occupations is available for $4.75 (prepaid) from Women's Educational Equity Communications Network (WEECN). Far West Laboratory, 1855 Folsom
Street, San Francisco CA 94103. Complete publication list available upon request.