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Title Broadside, Vol. 4, No. 10, October 1973
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date October 1973
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript October 1973 BROADSIDE Page 7 LETTERS TO THE BROADSIDE This is in response to the "Libber" who could even love Van Heusen shirts, Linda April Raines. I've thought about this before writing (per Ms. Raines' instructions) and have concluded that Ms. Raines is hypocritical. She charges that NOW members behave childishly by demonstrating, yet what is more childish than stalking out of a meeting in a fit of pique? If she is so concerned about our actions, why didn't she stay and defend her position? She also asked if anyone tried to reach the buyer at Foley's. Did she? I feel she was too busy making a commercial for Foley's about men's shirts and making sure Foley's had enough of her books in stock. It's one thing for Foley's to make accommodations to one individual woman; it's quite another for them to continue policies which oppress the Farah strikers (of whom 85% are women). Her hypothetical rationalization that Farah slacks are being bought by "some sweet little guy in New York" is most condescending. In conclusion, regarding her remarks about our "infatuation with immature exhibitionism" and her contrasting remarks concerning our being against "organized violence", National NOW voted to support the Farah strikers and the Houston Chapter unanimously voted (after Ms. Raines left in the middle of the discussion) to support the women at Farah in conjunction with the observance of women's suffrage on August 26. Patty Ryan HAVE YOU EVER TAKEN A VACATION ALONE? If you're looking for a little retreat to hide away for a week by yourself or if you're searching for a natural vacation away from telephones and processed food, you may find Rio Caliente your kind of paradise. Rio Caliente is a "spa" or health resort. They feature vegetarian meals, sauna, massages for $4, private nude pools, a hot river flowing swiftly from volcanic mountains, Yoga every morning, and a continuous group of no more than 50 very metaphysical guests all year round. Rio Caliente may also be an artist's dream, a mountain climber's practice field or a nature lover's encounter group as well. There are no televisions, rock bands, bars or room service. However, you can have a cozy little single with fireplace for only $10 a day including all meals. There is fantastic maid service to make your bed every morning and after siesta but if you need anything washed you'll have to go down to the river and beat it on a rock yourself. The spa is located in the heart of the La Primavera mountain range near La Primavera (Springtime) National Park Reserve near Guadalajara, Mexico. It is owned by a very liberated woman, Marge Turner. For information on Spa Rio Caliente write to PO Box 1187, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico or call April Raines at 5 28-0479.