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Title Broadside, Vol. 4, No. 7, July 1973
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date July 1973
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript July BROADSIDE Page 3 TASK FORCE REPORTS EMPLOYMENT This task force has obtained a copy of the City of Houston's proposal for utilizing revenue sharing funds. Having determined that programs for women are practically non-existent, the task force is working to develop a proposal which will use revenue sharing for the benefit of women. The city's information is now being studied and the actual work on the proposal will soon begin. MARRIAGE AND DIVORCE Carol Kneeland of KAUM-FM Radio interviewed some members of the Marriage & Divorce Task Force. The interview will be a part of a program on divorce and subsequent life style to be aired on a Sunday in the near future. We will let you know the exact date. EDUCATION For the months of July & August, the Education Task Force will be reading the elementary level readers and high school latin texts used or to be used by the Texas State School System. CHILD CARE Available at the Women's Center is a list of requirements for a licensed day care center as well as the licenced day care centers in the Houston area. The next meeting of this task fprce will be heald Monday, July 16, 8 p.m. at the Women's Center. FCC Classes are starting so that we can begin formal monitoring. Those interested in monitoring please come to these classes. The schedule for the classes are as follows: THURSDAY, JULY 12 8P.M. Women's Center SATURDAY, JULY 14, 10 A.M. Women's Center These classes will teach everything needed for monitoring. Bring a friend, or friends. REPRODUCTION All medical referrals including abortion go to Harla Kaplan, 772-4987 Researching on rape cases handled by the police department and courts over the past two years is being handled by Leslie Face. Anyone interested in working with this phase of the reproduction task force should call Lesie, 621-6297 WOMEN IN THE ARTS The Women in the Arts Task Force is organizing a juried women's art show at the Women's Center. August 29 through September 30. All women artists are encouraged to submit works for the show before August 10. Categories include painting, sculputre, printmaking, photography, and probably anything else you can come up with. For more information, call Charlotte Moser, at 527-8851 CREDIT Neiman Marcus has under consideration a change in their credit forms. As long as term project of this tast force, questionnaires are going to be sent to banks to find out about their loan policies. Any credit complaints should be directed to Susan Butler. FDA ACTION The FDA has withdrawn two mail order do-it-yourself kits from the market. Be warned that so far there are no reliable do-it-yourself kits available for determining pregnancy or for detecting cervical cancer. The FDA has also required the withdrawal of the Majzlin Spring IUD from the market, noting that its continued use may lead to complications such as bleeding, uterus perforation and imbedding in the uterine walls. Since chances of complications increase the longer the device is left in the uterus, women using the Majzlin IUD should consult their physicians. Although the FDA emphasized that this action applied only to the Majzlin IUD, saying it is "aware of no comparable problem to wearers of other types of IUD's," it announced a week later that a broader study of IUD's is being initiated. It has been suggested that FDA interest in IUD's has been accelerated by recent congressional hearings on IUD safety and discussion of possible legislation which would provide pre-sale minimum standards for safety and reliability of IUD's. This is news? The FDA will soon propose new health warnings designed to restrict the use of feminine deodorant sprays. Sales of the latter jumped from $5.3 million in 1968 to $55 million last year despite the fact that irritation, rash and other adverse reactions to the sprays have been widely reported.