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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 5, May 1976 - Page 15. May 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 9, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/2571/show/2569.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 1, No. 5, May 1976
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date May 1976
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Transcript To and from ^V CHILD CARE: ESTABLISHING A SMALL BUSINESS - A one day workshop offering guidance and information related to business aspects of child care, Wednesday, May 12, 1976, 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 pm at the Continuing Education Center, UH. Fee - $40 includes text, materials, ref resh- ments, luncheon. Coordinator: Dr. Alice Whatley, 749-7185. FEMINIST STUDY GROUP LAUNCHED: Elizabeth Gould Davis' The First Sex was selected as the first work for discussion by the newly-formed group. Any woman or man interested in reading and discussing nonfiction feminist books is welcome. Meetings will be held at the University Blvd. Bookstore on the first Tuesday and the third Wednesday of each month. Read the current selection and come to the next meetings, May 4 & 19, June 1 & 16 at 7:30 p.m. For details, contact Lynne Mutchler, 3303 Elmridge 77025, 667-6932 or 527-8101, Ext. 3511. STAND UP SISTERS will be performing June 4-5 at 8 pm at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin - $2 donation. Feminist groups interested in fund-raising may sell tickets to this production and future bookings. They retain 25 percent of profits. Get tickets by contacting Sharon Cook, 523- 9065 after 6:00 pm. THE GAY ACTIVISTS' ALLIANCE OF HOUSTON meets every Tuesday at 7:30 pm in the Spindletop Room, UH Student Center. For more information call 749-3489 or write P.O. Box 441,UC-UH 77004. HOUSTON WOMEN'S HEALTH COLLECTIVE has just formed. The new membership meeting will be held Monday, May 17 at 7:30 p.m. If you are interested in becoming a member of the collective, please call Glenna Cloud, 523-6994. CHILD CARE FORUM FOR WORKING MOTHERS: Wednesday, May 26 - 8:30 - a.m. - 3:30 p.m., St. Philips Presbyterian Church, 4807 San Felipe Road. LINA WERTMULLER'S film, Love & Anarchy, will be shown on May 8 at 7:30 and 10 pm., at the Fine Arts Museum, Brown Auditorium. s BECOME A FILMMAKER: Canon Auto Zoom 318M super-8 movie camera with case. Easy to operate. Convenient to carry. For sale : $40. Mary-k Wilson, 526-6686 or 528-1749. WILDERNESS TRAINING: BACKPACKING BASICS - geared to getting you into the wilderness Conducted by Nancy Landau, a 1974 graduate of the National Outdoor Leadership School, Landers, Wyoming. Trail technique will emphasize coexisting with nature without leaving a trace. UH Sundry School registration June 4-9 for class sessions June 22 & 24 and an overnight expedition June 26. ERA RALLY IN ILLINOIS: Houston area supporters will join with hundreds of other ERA workers for a mass rally in Springfield, DI., May 15-16. NOW has called for a national rally at the Illinois capitol to urge the legislature's ratification of the ERA. Houston feminists plan to leave by bus Saturday, May 15, arrive in time for Sunday's march and rally and be back Monday afternoon. - Round trip bus fare $50. Advance reservations may be made through the Women's Center, 3602 Milam, Houston, Texas 77002, with checks payable to Houston NOW ERA. NOW will accept contributions to pay the fare for some who want to go but cannot afford the trip. A party is scheduled May 11 to make posters and banners for the rally - 7:30 pm at the Women's Center. For more information, call the Center, 524-5743. INCREASE YOUR EARNINGS: Full or part time, showing beautiful new jewelry line. Choose your own hours and days. Commission plus bonus. Can earn car allowance. No experience necessary: will train. Call 661-6762. WANT TO GO INTO BUSINESS FOR YOURSELF? Sell full time or part time newspapei-s and subscriptions. No limit to the money you can earn. For more information, call Mary-k Wilson, 526-6686 , Breakthrough. Perfect forstu dents. Noage discrimination. STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS? Southwest Houston NOW is sponsoring a panel discussion with experienced businesswomen May 18, 7 p.m., at Jungman Branch Library on Westheimer near Chimney Rock. Open to the public. "Interpreting America" Rice University's Program for the Bicentennial Mini-courses, plays, exhibits, and special events June session (evenings) will include: hThe Changing Role of Women" WkThe Black Experience" Two Film Courses "Parties and the People" Rice University or The Kinkaid School Enrollment $35.00 for any 3 courses Call 526-3893 for information Sponsor: Houston National Bank Covnel.^^ r/' k Ul -TftfWCU^ bWHJti e**> LUMCtt COrttfftrtY Wed. -tWrxA S<rt K>am *Li\ n-wAn^W* 708 Wet fc|yi t 1111 DISCOUNT CARPET HEADQUARTERS NATIONALLY KNOWN - MOST BRANDS CREDIT PLAN FREE ESTIMATES IN YOUR HOME EXPERT INSTALLATION • Residential • Commercial • Industrial |Of>ef by >j*j 1203 WESTHEIMER 523-2509 Li i:i:l (!/i Block W. of Tower Theatre) lLLUIIUI 1 1 111 1 1 i rrrj MMMKMIMMIIMIIIMIIII WfeVe making an Army just for you. You're a girl. Bright. With it. Ambitious. So we're making the Women's Army Corps just as interesting as you want it to be. You want an exciting job. We have hundreds df them. In many fields. From aviation to X-ray technology. They're career opportunities hard to find anyplace else. And we'll pay you to learn the one of your choice. You want a good salary. There's no question about equal pay. You'll earn exactly the same as your male counterpart. Promotion and advancement come just as fast as you.can handle them. You like to have fun. Go ahead. You're almost always off duty by 5:00. On your own, to enjoy new friends. Date. Swim. Bowl. Take advantage of the social activities at the service clubs. Or be just plain free. You like to travel. And you can. All over the country. Europe. The Orient. There's a whole world of possibilities. And a month's vacation to explore them all. If you want to do something different with your life, look into the Women's Army Corps. Today's Army has what you want. 226-4402 15