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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 9 NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN 3602 Milam Houston, Texas 77002 (713) 524-5743 BROADSIDE STAFF: Editor Jan Dilbeck Contributors Linda Bayer, Carolyn Nichols, April Raines, Joan Ritter, Patty Ryan NOW OFFICERS: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Jeanne Necaise 772-4843 Harla Kaplan 772-4987 Linda Bayer 664-4861 Joan Ritter 488-3964 'TASK FORCE COORDINATORS: Child Care Credit Education Employment FCC Fund Raising Marriage and Divorce Politics and Lobbying Reproduction and its Control Women in the Arts Women in Poverty Bonnie Burnett 522-9114 Susan Butler 664-9534 Kay Whyburn 667-8556 Linda Bayer 644-4861 Betty Barnes 487-2489 Susan Hedding 667-5443 Marlyne Kilbey 664-4121 Eileen Martin 448-5167 Helen Cassidy 748-5369 Linda Cryer 522-4164 April Raines 528-0479 Peggy Hall 528-3424 Dear Reader: I went on my first feminist retreat a couple of weeks ago and I highly recommend it to you all. In addition to the obvious benefits of breathable air and sunshine, there are other benefits as well. Unstructured time. Physical activity. A chance to learn the names of those faces you see at meetings all the time. An opportunity to leave your "Houston Role" behind. In all fairness, I feel I should give a few tips to the unwary. For instance. .. The accommodations at the Warneke Hilton leave much to be desired. Our cabin was an entymologist's paradise. Several species of grasshopper and cricket were much in evidence (some with four-inch antennae), as well as wasps, bees, ants, spiders, and mommy-long-legs. For those who are homesick for Houston, there is an adequate . supply of giant cockroaches. My cabin-mates immediately urged me to come and ride the rapids. In addition to being a physical coward I am afflicted with a terminal case of laziness, so it was with some trepidation that I approached the bathhouse. Did I imagine the sign over the door that said, "Abandon hope, all ye who enter here"? I know I didn't imagine the little elastic bracelet they give you with a numbered tag on it. That number is to identify the body, and don't let anybody tell you anything different. Actually, riding the rapids is easy. The hardest part is getting out of the damned river. You have to grab a wire cable that is stretched across the river and pull yourself to shore. In order to see the cable I had to keep my glasses on, since without them I can see almost as well as I can levitate. But I did it. Then I came back and did it again - six more times, in fact. I'm ready to go again, any time.