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Title Broadside, Vol. 3, No. 2, June 1972
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date June 1972
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript June 1 972 BROADSIDE Page 7 IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION ABOUT THE HOUSTON AREA N.O.W. CHAPTER OR ANY ASPECT OF WOMEN'S RIGHTS, CALL ONE OF THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS: A.M. 748-5369 333-3270 P.M. 748-5369 729-7592 HCWPC POLICY COUNCIL PROTESTS RENEWED WAR EFFORT Mow to Address federal Officials President The President The White House Washington, D. C. Mr. President: (and someday -- Ms.) or Dear Mr. (Ms.) President: U. S. Senators The Hon. (full name) Dear Senator (last name) or Dear Ms. (or Mr.) (last name) U. S. Representatives The Hon. (full name) Dear Congresswoman(man) (last name) or Dear Ms. (or Mr.) (last name) Telegrams of protest against the renewed bombing of North Vietnam have been sent to President Nixon and to both Texas Senators by the Policy Council of the Harris County Women's Political Caucus. At its April meeting, the Council voted to advise all members of the HCWPC to send individual letters and telegrams of protest against the rising war effort, (see article elsewhere in this issue on how to write your congressperson.) The Council also expressed opposition to recent arrests of protestors at Houston's Federal Office Building and the sexism that has been shown in charges against the protestors. As stated in HCWPC by-laws, the Council must fill vacant delegate positions of standing committees. Gale Carstens was chosen by the Council as an alternate delegate to the Precinct Organization Committee, and Nancy Potts was chosen to serve as alternate delegate to the Third Party Committee. The Council also strongly urged all those who attended the April 1 organizational meeting of the HCWPC and who have not yet paid their dues to do so. It is never too late to join the HCWPC. Interested persons shculd contact Poppy Northcutt, 333-3270. ADDRESSES United States Senators Lloyd Bentsen John Tower Old Senate Office Building Washington, D. C. 20510 United States Representatives W. R. (Bill) Archer, Rm. 1608 Bob Eckhardt, Rm. 1741 Longworth House Office Building Washington, D. C. 20515 Bob Casey, Rm. 2353 Rayburn Building Washington, D. C. 20510 OFFICERS OF HOUSTON NOW President, Helen Cassidy Vice President, Branda badgley Secretary, Jeanne Necaise Treasurer, Ann Smith Public Relations, National Board Member, Poppy Northcutt