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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date January 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript Page 2 BROADSIDE Tanuary 1974 BROADSIDE STAFF: Dear Reader: Editor Advertising Circulation Contributors Jan Dilbeck Pat German Chris Feahr Betty Barnes, Janice Blue, Barbara Finney, Nancy Kuykendall, Joan Ritter, Mary Ross Rhyne NOW OFFICERS: President Vice President Secretary Treasurer Jeanne Necaise 772-4843 Harla Kaplan 772-4987 Linda Bayer 644-4861 Joan Ritter 488-3964 TASK FORCE COORDINATORS: Center Directors Child Care Education Employment FCC Fund Raising Marriage and Divorce Politics and Lobbying Rape Crisis Center Reproduction and its Control Speakers Bureau Women in the Arts Women in Poverty Jackie Howard Rose Marie Lund 785-4794 Linda England 721-2831 Kay Whyburn 667-8556 Linda Bayer 644-4861 Janice Blue 522-0020 Joan Ritter 488-3964 Eileen Martin 448-5167 Helen Cassidy 748-5369 Linda Cryer 748-6915 Nancy Kuykendall 664-4152 Muncy McKinney 944-5534 April Raines 627-2459 Peggy Hall 528-3424 I don't know about you, but I'm excited about this comet Kohoutek. Being of a mystical bent, I am continually on the lookout for omens and portents. Take the full moon, for instance - I get really wierd when that rascal is floating around up there. Not that I sprout hair and run out and howl at it, but my behavior does get to be a little bizarre. The strangest mystical experience I ever had was one time when I was living in Oklahoma City. It was the dead of winter with about a foot of snow on the ground and I was alone in my apartment at about 9:30 at night, out of cigarettes. There was a small grocery store about two blocks away so I put on my coat, mittens, scarf and cowgirl boots and stepped outside. I stood there for a minute, taking shallow breaths of the biting air so as not to hurt my lungs, then I noticed the dog. He was sitting by my walkway, still as a statue. Totally white he was, with golden eyes. As we looked at each other he spoke to me. Not aloud, not in dog language, but somewhere in my head. All he said was "hello", but I was suffused with joyous rapture. I started plowing through the snow toward the store and the dog accompanied me. Although my breath was making great clouds of steam in the air, the dog's did not. He sat across the street from the store and waited while I bought the cigarettes, then walked me back home. We shared another long look before I went inside and the joyous feeling lasted for a good while. Later, my cerebral cortex started to function and I began to wonder. I went outside but the dog was gone. I saw the trail I had made through the snow and as I walked over and looked closely at it, I saw that the dog had left no pawprints. No prints at all, except mine. I often wonder about that.