There is a need to expand the staff
of the newsletter. We need someone
who is willing to learn how to make
the electronic stencils and run the
mimeograph machine. The tasks will
sort out something like this:
1. Collect/write articles, prepare
calendar, prepare copy for the
2. Make the stencils (ACORN office)
run 400-450 copies of the newsletter.
3. Collate, fold, staple, label,and
put in zip code order.
4. Count, label and band, take to the
Post Office; maintain postage account.
Items 1, 3, and 4 are in pretty
good working order now but we need
to fill the #2 slot. We can always
use extra hands with the other jobs.
The chapters should consider a joint
meeting in November to talk about
some of the followings points:
1. Could we offer enough courses on
our own to pay for the office space?
2. If HAFFCU gives up the office
at 4600 Main, what are our choices?
3. Should we have a party during
the Christmas Holiday, when, where?
Off-the -Wall Productions will
present Izquierda Ensemble and Cherry
Wolfarth Nov. 4, Fitzgerald*s,8:00pm
Dec—nber 2, "film series", 8:00pm.
TO ALL NEWSLETTER READERS:
•The following resolution was oassed at the Octocer. Wi action meeting of
Houston Area N.O.W.)
WHEREAS, Joseph Coors has oublicly admitted personally contributing substantial funding
to Phyllis Schlafly's Eagle forum to oppose the Equal Rights Amendment;
WHEREAS Joseph Coors is a documented substantial contributor to Committee for Survival
of a Free Congress and to Heritage Foundation, both groups pf the new right
closely aligned with and supportive of the Life Amendment Political Action
Committee, political arm of the compulsory pregnancy faction, the so-called
WHEREAS Mrs. Joseph Coors is a founder of the King Ministries, an alleged religious
group which practices the kidnapping and attempted deprogramming of homosexuals;
WHEREAS Adolph Coors Company has shown consistent discrimination in employment practices
and in the granting of distributorships against blacks, browns, women and gays;
WHEREAS all 1,260,000 shares of voting common stock of Adolph Coors Company are controlled by the Coors family;
WHEREAS the An-CIO, supporters of ti.e E.R.A. and subscribers to the economic boycott
of unratified States, still have in effect a boycott of Coors beer;
WHEREAS the success and impact of the union-led boycott can be documented by a 1990
decline of earnings of Adolph Coors Company in 1978
BE IT THEREFORE RESOLVED that the Houston ARea Chapter of the National Organization for Women encourage its membership to boycott Coors beer and to encourage others to do likewise.
CRAFT FAIR BEGINS NOV. 17
The JOan Waite Hanlon
Houston Area Women's Center Foundation
The University of Houston Student Affairs Department
THE FIRST ANNUAL WOMEN'S CRAFT FAIR
The University of Houston Student Union Building
Saturday, November 17 from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, November 18 from 12:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.
The fair will provide an opportunity for artists and craftspersons of all
types to market their wares and for area women's organizations to make
available to the community information on their purposes and activities.
Proceeds will go toward funding of the proposed Houston Area Women's
Interested individuals and organizations may participate for a one-time
booth rental fee listed below. A percentage of profits from items sold Is
not required, but donations and items for raffle will be appreciated.
Slides or photos of items to be sold or brochures on organizations MUST
accompany the registration form along with a check or money order for
If you or your organization would like to participate, please send
registration form, check or money order, and slides, photos, or
brochures by October 28, 1979 to:
Marilyn E. Ferryman
Houston, Texas 77004
Home Phone: 520-7121 (Evening Only)
For further Information
ceil 792-4403, (day-time)
ana leave a message
Yes,- I would like to participate in the First Annual Women's Craft Fair
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