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Transcript NOTES Democrats and Republicans! Remember Precinct Conventions - 7:00 P.M., May 4. Conventions are held at the place of voting for the purpost of select- ting delegates to senatorial conventions, state and national conventions. Feminists, here is your opportunity to participate in the first step in choosing what direction your party takes on issues. It's important that we all attend these precinct conventions and get elected as delegates to the senatorial conventions. Good Luck! Repeat jofrgflylfld Feminist retreat: New B«aunfels Weekend, June 14 at Camp Warneke. Bring your children and join women from all over Texas. Call Mary Buxton, 333-3872, for reservation information. The costs are as low as $2/night with cooking facilities. Ride the rapids and rap! Any member interested in possible self-help workshops conducted by a gynecologist, please call Pam Linbeck, 482-1558. aie is also interested in hearing from you on any other aspect of medicine concerning women, such as the availability of certain procedures and their costs, etc. More Conference Our chapter has reserved a full suite at the Rice for stayovers. A training session will be announced soon to familiarize chapter members with our responsibilities. Marge Randal asks all members to send her your registration fees as soon as possible. Shirts printed with the chpater name will be available at the Conference for identification. State N.6.W. Meeting - April 20 Mary Buxton represented the chapter at this meeting in Waco and enjoyed the opportunity to meet and share ideas with chapter delegates from around the state. Since the Bay Area Chapter will be coordinating the stafee Textbook Review process, this was a good chance to solicit commitiients from other Texas chapters. A textbook review workshop will be the June program meeting and may be offered as a workshop at the Conference. More about this later. May Business Meeting May 23, the third Thursday - everyone is strongly urged to attend this meeting as a number of important matters to this chapter will be decided. See you there! BOOK REVIEW RADICAL FEMINISM, Anne Koedt, ELlen Levine and Anita Rapone, editors. Paperback, $3.95> Quadrangle Books, 1973. - M.R. A fat collection of Movement articles, divided into sections on "liberating History", "Women's Experience", "Theory and Analysis", "B&ilding a Movement" and "The Arts". Original sources were such unhandy (for us) publications as Notes from the First/Second/Third Year. School Library Journal and the George Washington Law Review. The range of material is very wide: sexism in textbooks, man-hating, feminist graffiti, Sylvia Plath's life, pros and cons of C-R, women in religion, rape as terror, etc. Some of the ideas expressed are still being worked out er are still in the leading edge of our expanding awareness of oppression; others have recently become major public concerns. The book is to be recommended as a means of catching up on the thoughts of our sisters elsewhere in this country—not a bad idea since many of them will be here with us in May