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Title Broadside, Vol. 4, No. 3, March 1973
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date March 1973
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript Page 6 BROADSIDE March 1973 FILM FESTIVAL OPENS NOW's Feminist Film Festival started off with a real classic, Clara Bow and Fredric March in THE WILD PARTY (1929). Directed by Dorothy Arzner, THE WILD PARTY was the first talking film for Paramount Pictures. Clara Bow plays a headstrong student at a women's college who falls in love with her anthropology professor (played by March). Bow's antics include an all-night party at a nearby men's college and an excursion to an off- limits road house. Here are the coming attractions for March and April. All will be shown promptly at 8:00 PM in Room 116 of the Science and Research Building, UH Campus. MARCH 9 - THE MOTHER AND THE LAW Director: D. W. Griffith; Cast: Mae Marsh and Robert llarron (1915). THE MOTHER AND THE LAW 1s based on the famous Stielow case involving the killing of 19 employees by a chemical manufacturer's hired hoodlums during a strike for higher wages. The film is generally acclaimed as one of the most emotionally stirring of all silent films. HATCH 23 - HIS GIRL FRIDAY Cast includes Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell. HIS GIRL FRIDAY has" Rosalind Russell playing a ta- lented reporter whose boss (who just NOW I National Officers CHAIRONE OF THE BOARD: JUDITH LIGHTFOOT PRESIDENT: WILMA SCOn HEIDE SECRETARY: NAN WOOD I TREASURER: BONNIE HOWARD VICE PRESIDENT, LEGAL: JUDITH LONGUIST VICE PRESIDENT, LEGISLATION: ANN SCOTT VICE PRESIDENT, PUBLIC RELATIONS: VIRGINIA CARABILLO VICE PRESIDENT, FINANCE: GENE 30YER happens to be her ex-husband) won't let her leave her job to take her rightful role as wife and homemaker, MARCH 30 - HARKED WOMAN Director: Lloyd Bacon; Cast includes Bette Davis, Humphrey Co- gart (1937). Assistant District Attorney uses B-girl to indict gang. APRIL 6 - SINCE YOU WENT AWAY Cast includes Claudette Colbert, Jennifer Jones, Shirley Temple, and Joseph Cotten. A poignant drama which portrays all of the heartaches, hardships, and hopes of the home front during World liar 11. APRIL 13 - DOUBLE INDEMNITY Cast includes Fred MacMurray, Barbara Stanwyck, and Edward G. Robinson. DOUBLE INDEMNITY is based on the James Cain novel. It is a murder/intrigue film revolving around an easily-swayed insurance man and the classic "bitch." APRIL 27 - ALL ABOUT EVE Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz; Cast: Bette Davis, George Sanders, and Anne Baxter (1950). Bette Davis at her peak as the middle-aged actress exploited by the ruthless young Eve (Anne Baxter) on her way to fame on Broadway. Mankiewicz's script is wittier and more cynical than his direction. Park free in lot 5A or 5B across Cullen Blvd. from UH Entrance 6. Walk across Cullen Blvd. to the Science and Research building (on left). FEMINIST RADIO PROGRAMS Pacifica (KPFT) airs two local feminist programs - Women's Forum, with Pat Dowel 1 and Ruth Mil burn, Sunday March 4 and 18 at 5:30 pm, and Uppity Women, with Marie Blazek, Monday March 5 and 19 at 8:00 pm. Also tune in Friday March 23 at 7:00 pm for Vera Johnson, feminist folksinger. Pacifica is at 90.1 FM. Many thanks to Pacifica for their excellent coverage of the National Women's Political Caucus Convention February 8-11. HAUTE CUISINE Jane Berquist of Chatham, N.J., has become one of the few female graduates of the Lycee Technique Hotelier de Paris, a government-run cooking school. Despite French prejudice against women in commercial kitchens, Berquist is employed in a restaurant near Paris. The hardest part, she says, is the physical labor: lifting 25-1b. containers of almonds, for example. LONGSHORE-ONE? As the first female deputy port warden in the U.S., Joel 1 en Natow, 29, patrols Los Angeles harbor, checks the handling of flammable cargoes, and keeps an eye out for thieves, drug smugglers and illegal aliens. She has mastered the use of the .38-cal. revolver she carries, as well as such mysterious port argot as: "There's a camel loose in the channel; get a sea gull to pick it up." Translation: "A wharf pile is afloat; get a refuse boat to pick it up." MALE NURSES Described as "the best class of nurses graduated from Bellevue Hospital in 100 years," 87 New York City police and firemen were granted diplomas last week. For 2*5 years, they did their regular jobs by day and studied at night. Now 40 to 45 years old and with about 20 years' police and fire service behind them, most will soon retire and supplement their pensions by nursing.