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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, December 1976 - Page 7. December 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. June 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2540/show/2525.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 9, December 1976
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Date December 1976
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Transcript LINDA CRYER with HOPE SESSIONS, of Nursing Services. AAUW continued from page 5 present to testify at trials. She has developed and implemented training programs on crisis intervention to provide medical/psychological follow- up services to rape victims and their families in their homes, free of charge. In a different area she helped develop programs to meet the social/emo- stional needs of the elderly and disabled. Cryer believes that the distinctive contribution of the involved woman in her community is "an attitude of committment to and concern for the well-being of humanity." As a token of appreciation for their outstanding achievements, the AAUW presented the honoreeswith memberships in the Association. AAUW is a national Association with several branches in the Houston area which emphasize continued excellence in education at all levels, continuing education at the graduate level or through branch group study, advancement in the status of women through legislation and community action, positive action in solving community problems in all areas, and continuing interest in the cultural arts and international relations. Harris County Director ROSEMARY BADAMI [center] with friends at one of the Magnificat Homes. fflOVERBLE FEAST natural food Itore and juice bar 416 Westheimer Houston, Texas 77006 Ci Ph: (713) 528-8901 Wb »[f n't separate the women from the men Who would be better qualified to sell refrigerators, washers, dryers, ranges and dishwashers than you, the woman who has used these appliances over the years? If the idea of turning your first hand knowledge and experience (or simply your interest) into a profitable career appeals to you, consider a Commission sales job at Sears. Perhaps you've spent leisure hours working on the car, tuning or rebuilding the engine (or maybe you've just been interested but the opportunity never presented itself.) These interests can now be directed into an exciting, challenging career. Sears offers you the opportunity to be considered for the position of mechanic in one of our automotive centers. A Sears Automotive center Do you like to make the minor washing machine repairs, or fix the toaster when it goes on the blink? If you enjoy correcting mechanical problems and helping people every day, consider a job as a Sears Service Technician. If you are interested in commission sales or technical services, we would like to talk to you. (Present employes: this includes you, of course.) Contact your local Sears store or service center to learn if these career opportunities are available in your area. At Sears Equal Opportunity^ Action Sears, Roebuck and Co. HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH - DECEMBER 1976 PAGE 6