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Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 2, No. 5, May 1977 - Page 19. May 1977. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 6, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/4096/show/4093.

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Title Houston Breakthrough, Vol. 2, No. 5, May 1977
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Date May 1977
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Transcript Announcements Come on out and bring your kids. Women and Kids Picnic on Sunday, May 22, at Memorial Park from 1 p.m. on. Look for the red and orange kite in the shape of a pyramid near the soccer field. Bring your own food and drinks and be prepared to enjoy soft- ball, volleyball and fun with the kids. Women in Austin are trying to create a landtrust of 100 to 150 acres in Texas, to be called Wombsan Land. It will be available for the exclusive and non- exploitative use of wombsan of all ages. They welcome any other wombsan who wish to pledge their knowledge/energies/money to the trvsi. For more information, send a self-addressed envelope to P.O. Box 6063, Austin, Texas 78762. 160 young women from around the country will be gathering at the Astrodome, May 12-14, for the U.S. Jr. Women's National Gymnastics Championships. Among others, 13-year-old Kelly McCoy, the 1976 U.S. Jr. Ail- Around Champion, will be there to defend her title. Half-price discount coupons are available at Burger King. FEMINIST NON-SMOKER to share roomy Montrose house: Privacy, fence, carpet, AC, lots of windows. Available June 1. Rent based on percentage of income. Call for appointment: 529-5308. If you'd be willing to help rape victims, the Houston Rape Crisis Coalition is looking for you. They will be training new volunteers for 5 Saturdays, May 7-June 4, from 12:30 to 5:30, at St. Phillips Church, corner of Loop 610 and San Felipe (4807 San Felipe). For more information, call 228-1505 (Crisis Hotline). The odd-job woman found a partner. We do house painting, interior and exterior, will scrape. Call Anna 523-3935, Rose Ann 523-3987. Still no answering service. Learn about organic farming. An organic women's farm, in central Texas hill country, needs several interns this summer. One-, two-, or three-week stays. Transportation costs could be subsidized if you are a poor student. Beginner classes in organic methods of gardening and living, truckdriving and music will be mixed with whatever you can teach us. Write for more information. Abigail or Carlo, Rt. 2, Box 100-C, Bertram, Tx. 78605. The Women's Center at the University of Houston at Clear Lake City is now officially affiliated with the university under the Counseling Center. They are still registering people for the Women's Studies Concentration. Call 488-9270. They will also be offering a Reentry Seminar for women coming back to school in late Jury and August. *Songs of Women Composers," a recital by Sharon Sanford, soprano and Mary Schoetrle on piano, featuring solo songs by women composers of the 16th thru 20th centuries. If you thought there weren't any, hearing is believing. At the University of St. Thomas, Jones Hall, Sul Ross at Yoakum, Wednesday, May 11, 8:15 p.m. Conference on Women in Management at U.H. on June 16. See June issue for schedule of local and national participants. I am an author with a contract to do a first-person documentary book on incest. I am looking for others with actual or near actual incest experience. The aim of the book is to make the subject accessible and to have the most open forum possible on the subject. Contact Louise Armstrong, 19 Bethune St., New York City, 10014 or call 212-255-2865. JACKSON 6w2691 919 RICHMOND AVE. HOUSTON, TEXAS Body Awareness Good vibrations at Eve's Garden. Liberating Masturbation by Betty Dodson, $4. This is the book that is rippling through the women's movement and overflowing everywhere. Artist, writer and sexual revolutionary, Betty Dodson once and for all destroys the myths surrounding masturbation and reinstates it to its rightful place as a primary source of pleasure for us all. Free catalogue of all the good vibrations at Eve's Garden is included with all orders. If you would like just a catalogue, please send 25a to Eve's Garden, P.O. Box 4028, Austin, Tx 78765. Courses/ Schools The Junior School of Art, The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, will be presenting 12 scholarships to school children aged 10 thru 12 for a special Saturday class. Competition for the scholarships will be Saturday, May 14, in the sculpture park across the street from the museum at 10 a.m. The Museum will also be offering a number of scholarships for adult and junior students, some specifically for minority students, for the 1977-78 school year. Applicants should submit portfolios by May 20, with three letters of recommendation. Applications and additional information may be obtained from the School of Art, 529-7659. The Houston YWCA will be holding a number of special courses on a variety of subjects, including "Sexual Value Systems," May 19 and "Wise and Healthy Eating," May 10. Call the YWCA for information about course fees and times. 2457 Vz. . University Blvd. $12-23fo fa apfl. Media Gemini Productions presents: women-made films: May 13, Chris and Bernie, Sandy and Madeline's Family and Nana, Mom and Me, at the First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, 7:15 p.m. $2.50 donation. There will be a chance for discussion after the films. Massage To explore the spaciousness within To bolonce energy For appointment coll: Beth Kendrick 529-5308 Employment KPFT is seeking a manager. KPFT is a Pacifica Radio Station, noncommercial and FM, with an educational license (90.1 FM). It is largely supported by listeners' subscriptions. The manager will not become rich but can experience a most challenging, creative growth period in her/his life. Understanding of finances, statements, cash flow, etc., is essential, as is experience in or around radio. Should have the ability to keep more balls in the air than the person on either side of you and to work with a core staff and an unlimited number of volunteers, who hopefully do all the essential jobs to keep the station running. Maybe you're the one. Write: Manager Search Committee, att'n: Thelma Meltzer, 419 Lovett, Houston 77006 or call 771-3314. The ACLU is looking for an attorney willing to do civil rights and constitutional litigation cases and aid in organization. Please inquire and send resume immediately to: Joan Glantz, ACLU Office, 905 Richmond, Houston 77006. 524-5925. The Houston Area Feminist Federal Credit Union is still looking for an Office Manager, part-time. Call Merryl at 523-2521 or the Credit Union office at 527-9108. Meetings "Women as Real Estate Purchasers" will be the topic of a talk by Mr. Joseph Funches of Coleman Realty Co. to the Greater Houston Chapter of Federally Employed Women, Inc., at their regular Monday night meeting on May 16 at 6:00 p.m. at Timmy Chan's Restaurant, 2606 Fannin. The group meets every third Monday. The West University chapter of NOW will be meeting on May 24, to hear about personal safety, domstic violence and careers for women in law enforcement from Officer Crump of the West University police force. They will consider "How Do We Stand on Title IX?" and hear reports on textbooks and sports at their June 28 meeting. If you are interested in the status of Title IX or a content analysis of textbooks, attend the meeting of Southwest NOW on May 17 at the Jungman Branch Library from 7-9 p.m. Margo Bishop, an HISD guidance counselor, will be the speaker. The Women's Health Collective will meet on May 12 at 7:30 p.m. Call 523-6994 for more information. Workshops Come and learn about campaign } techniques and become politically effective. The Harris County Women's Political Caucus and the Advocates for the Women's Advocate invite you to a workshop on May 18 at First Unitarian Church, 5210 Fannin, from 7-10 p.m. The special guest speakers will be Dr. Nikki Van Hightower and Dr. Richard Murray. Those interested in women's health can attend a class covering such topics as menstruation, birth control, self-examination, patients' rights and others. All day Saturday, June 4. Call 523- 6994. The Greater Houston Chapterof Federally Employed Women will host a workshop to explain the preparation of federal job applications, resumes and techiques for job interviews. The workshop will be held May 14 at the Houston Oaks. Registration for members is $10, non-members $15. For additional information, call Sally Parker at 226-5166 or 862-5307 or Sarah Garrett at 226-5715 or 734-1052. Explore the employment problems of low-income women and suggest recommendations for legislative or administrative action to ease the problems. The Women's Bureau of the U.S. Dept. of Labor will hold the Southwest Regional Consultation on the subject in Houston at the Sheraton Hotel, 777 Polk St., Saturday, May 14, 12 noon. The consultation will bring together low-income women and representatives of community groups to assist them. For more information, contact Mary Allen at 526-3495 (O) or 666-0271 (H) or Yolanda Navarro at 224-7808 (evenings). "Math Anxiety" will be the topic of a Southwest NOW workshop beginning on Wednesday, June 1 and continuing every subsequent Wednesday, at the Mainland Savings building, 3401 Allen Pkwy, at 7 p.m. Scholarly Research Relating to Women "Current Studies in Sex Stratification," SS£ 55, 4 (Mar., 1976) "Masculine Blinders in the Social Sciences," SS£ 55, 3 (Dec, 1974) Social Science Quarterly WCH 310A The University of Texas Austin, Texas 78712 Single issues available at $4.00 PACE 18 e MAY 1977 • HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH