LAWYER-Practices civil and
criminal law. Graduated
South Texas College of
TEACHER- Part time law instructor, Houston Community College.
MANAGER- Over 20 years
prior geological and administrative experience
with an energy consulting
HARRIS COUNTY WOMEN'S
"I have observed Bob Baum since he first became a lawyer, and
you could not find a more talented and humane man. Although I
have never supported a Republican candidate before, Bob Baum is
the outstanding choice for this Court."
Robert M. Moore
Trial Attorney, Moore & Laurence
A NEW COURT COVERING ALL HARRIS COUNTY
263rd JUDICIAL DISTRICT
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IWY-National Women's Conference One Year Later. An anniversary
celebration sponsored by The Women's Rights Coordinating Council
will be held in the San Jacinto Room of the University of Houston Student Center on Thursday, November 16 at 7:30 P.M. A slide and sound
show, "The Declaration of American Women" will be presented and
copies of the National Women's Agenda will be available. Those planning
to attend should call Marjorie Randal, 488-4396, or Renee Hall, 645-
6531 or 943-3921.
Art for the Arts, an exhibit of the works of women artists Shirley
Farley, Mary Ellen Mackenzie and Cholla Runnels, will open Friday
evening, November 10 at 7 P.M. at the Texas Ballet Academy, 5505 San
Jacinto. The show, on view from noon to 6 P.M., November 11 and 12,
will benefit the Texas Ballet, a new non-profit organization dedicated
to bringing classical ballet to all Texas towns with adequate facilities.
Admission to the show is free, money will be raised from the sale of the
The Women's Organic Farm and Sanctuary is open for visits by women
who seek a health-building retreat in exchange for some help around
the place. We have primitive facilities. We are allergic to any substance
that harms women's bodies or corrupts our spirit. We boycott the 100
Corporations. We boycott all products from U.S.S.R. and Japan on behalf of the whale population. We boycott Kraft Food Company. We recycle and compost all organic refuse. And we conserve water and petroleum for future use by our children and their children and their children
To schedule a visit, write to: Women's Organic Farm and Sanctuary,
Bertram, Texas 78605.
The Peden YWCA, 11209 Clematis, in the Westbury area, will continue
to "Focus on Women" on Wednesdays at 7 P.M., starting November 29.
The first session will be "How to Talk to Your Doctor ... or, What's up
Doc?" followed by "Temporary Employment: It Might Be the Answer"
on December 6 and "Back-To-Work: Skill Analysis" on December 13.
These special seminars are free to YWCA members, only $2.00 for
non-members. (YWCA membership is only $10 a year, and is transferable
to any branch in the world.) Call 723-4752 for more information.
The Council for Abused Women will hold its next training session for
volunteers for the Shelter for Battered Women on Saturday, November
11 from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. at the School of Public Health, Room 405E.
Contact Susan Ebbert, 661-8171, or Dee Macaluso, 723-1757, if you plan
to attend. Ongoing volunteer meetings continue on the second and for
fourth Tuesday of each month from 7—8:30 P.M. in Room 405E.
The League of Women Voters of Houston has scheduled its "Voter
Information Day" from 2 P.M. to 5 P.M. on November 4th and will be
distributing copies of its 16 page tabloid of non-partisan voting information at each Target location.
A Mid-Life I Career Change workshop will be held at the University of
Houston Continuing Education Center Beginning November 13 and continuing on Monday evening through December 4 from 6 P.M. to 9 P.M.
The workshop offers a step-by-step process for achieving a more concrete personal career plan and/or for becoming a more talented job
hunter. The $50 fee includes texts and materials. For more information,
Off the Wall Productions presents Casse Culver and the Belle Starr Band
en November 12 at 7:30 at Fitzgerald's and on November 15 at 7:30
at L'amour les femmes on Westheimer. Admission is $5. Call 524-0342
for more information.
Margie Adam, singer and songwriter, will perform at the University of
Houston Cullen Auditorium on December 14. The concert is being
sponsored jointly by the University Feminist Organization, Breakthrough Foundation and Off the Wall Productions. For more information, call 524-0342.