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Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976 - Page 4. December 1976. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. January 22, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/1255/show/1246.

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Title Pointblank Times, Vol. 2, No. 7, December 1976
Date December 1976
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Transcript HOT • First Unitarian Church at 5210 Fannin has a diverse women's group which meets every Sunday morning at 10 am. They generally schedule a speaker one Sunday, then a follow-up discussion the next. Consciousness raising groups are being formed by some of the women in the group. They will meet on week nights. If you are interested contact the church or Claire Noonan, 524-0342. • Houston's Women's Center is closing in November due to increased rent, maintenance problems and decreased utilization. The current residents, Houston Area NOW, Harris County Women's Political Caucus, and the Rape Crisis Coalition are making alternate arrangements for meeting places. Women's Advocate Nikki Van Hightower is investigating sources of funds for a new comprehensive women's center. • The Houston Area Feminist Federal Credit Union has declared a 2% annual dividend for its first year of operation. Individual statements for the fourth quarter will reflect the amount of the dividend payment. As HAFFCU continues to grow and share deposits increase, so will the annual dividend. Negotiations have been going on since May with the National Credit Union Administration for HAFFCU to add 11 affiliates to its charter. Final approval would more than double the number of HAFFCU's affiliate organizations. pbt wishes HAFFCU a very happy first birthday, with many returns. • Some of our favorite local women sports will be out courting and kicking as follows in coming weeks: BASKETBALL (All games to be played at Pershing Jr. High, 7000 Braes Blvd., on Tuesday nights.) Dec. 7 6:30 Ducks vs. Stra-go Petr. Dec. 14 7:30 Ducks vs. Rookies Jan. 4 7:30 Ducks vs. Big Blue Crew Jan. 11 7:30 Ducks vs. Stra-go Petr. Jan. 18 6:30 Ducks vs. Rookies •The world's largest professional organization of English teachers, the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) will be meeting in Chicago over Thanksgiving. Among the events will be a Gay Caucus and a panel discussing "A Healthy Gay Presence in Textbooks and Classrooms in Secondary Schools and Colleges." Among the panelists will be Dr. Julia Stanley of Univ. of Nebraska discussing "The Lesbian Perspective." Dr. Stanley is noted as a linguistics expert, as a dynamic lesbian organizer, and, in certain circles, as a fair touch football player. SOCCER (All games to be played on Sundays.) Dec. 5 1:30 United vs. Public Health* Dec. 5 3:30 Memorial vs. Westbury* Dec. 12 1:30 Memorial vs. Westbury* Dec. 12 3:15 United vs. Clear Lake* * at Bayland Park, on Bissonnet at Hi 11 croft # at St. Thomas More Memorial soccer team practices Mon. and Wed. at 6 pm and Sat. at 10 am at the Memorial Park soccer field.