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Transcript page 5 NOTES FROM THE TWPC POLICY COUNCIL The most important item on the agenda at the January 26 meeting in Dallas was the financial crisis of the TWPC. Finance Chair Jane Maccn reported that the $1596. llj. in the treasury was simply not enough to continue the present course of expenditures. In Sept. the Policy Council had budgeted $1214.6.50 per month to run the state office. Some of the Harris County delegates suggested that the office be run on a volunteer basis, thus cutting expenses to an absolute minimum. The majority present, however, felt it essential to maintain the office in its present location, utilizing the services of a paid part-time worker. The budget finally adopted totalled $14-10 monthly. The position of Executive Director, resigned by Cathy Bonner because of the financial situation, will not be filled. Cathy was presented with a gift and the thanks of the TWPC for her fourteen months service. Lobbying will now be done by volunteers. Hopefully, the TWPC will receive more annual dues, which would help to brighten this gloomy financial picture. A state-wide fundraiser is also being planned. . . . The Policy Council also voted to go on record as favoring a pure state constitution. A motion was passed stating that since the problem of child support is not presently adequately addressed by the law, the next legislature must consider statutory methods of dealing with it. PRIME TIME CAUCUS At their January meeting, the TWPC special interest caucus of women over I4.O changed the name of their group to Prime Time. The group has grown from 5 to 19 members. Anyone interested in joining can reach Barbara Lane-Farley at lj.61-6075. DEFEND YOURSELVES When 275 women arrived on the first night to sign up for the current self-defense course, everyone was overwhelmed, instructors and organizers, as well as participants. The course is being taught by members of the American Karate Association free of charge and is co-sponsored by the HCWPC and NOW rape crisis task force. A new six-week course will begin in mid-March. Call Sharon Vincent,661-3231.