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Transcript IWY Beatrice Mldenka-Fowler, caucus IWY chair, reported that Bonnie Lesley will serve as TWPC-IWY national liaison. "In our dealings with the media we'll need organization and sanity1." Bonnie and Joyce Cragg will be meeting with Mary Keegan, IWY local arrangements chair, regarding the caucus' role in IWY. Olga Soliz is IWY co-chair for security and ushers: several hundred will be needed. A group from the WRCC, including Edith Beychok, met with the Houston Police Department on September 20th. WRCC and its members groups plan a rally for November 17 at Tranquility Park - if the WRCC can guarantee security. E. E. Milam of HPD also told the group that he has received no information from national IWY. They agreed that whoever received notice first would notify the other. The TWPC booth at IWY will need two people to "woman" it. Plan to spend a few hours there1. Caucus members: open your homes to IWY delegates and visitors. For IWY information and to volunteer, contact Beatrice Mladenka- Fowler, 772-9449. COORS A six-man, one-woman delegation from Coors Brewery Company attended the September 21 meeting, "not to convince, but to present facts. "The issue with the union - money - keeps changing," stated John Meaddws, Coors negotiator. "They also want a benefits package that is not usual in the brewing industry." As a result of the extended negotiations, said Bob Rousseau, public information officer, Coors has been subjected to "false and malicious rumors. Only 6% of Coors employees support the strike." On ERA: "Adolph and Holly Coors do support anti-ERA forces. But doesn't a boycott of their company impinge on their right to free speech?" Replying to the charge that employee criticism of Adolph Coors was grounds for firing,Rousseau stated that among the 56 reasons for dismissal, "attitude certainly counts."