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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 4, April 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date April 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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Transcript April 1974 BROADSIDE Page 7 SUPERMARKET FOLLIES As I was waiting in a rather long line at the local supermarket the other day, my attention was caught by a very 'with-it' article in a woman's magazine. Because of the overwhelming sense of inadequacy whenever my super raspberry baked alaska wouldn't hang together, I hadn't picked up one in a couple of years. But here was the March 1974 Family Circle with a "Woman's Guide to Emergency Car Repairs". Great! But my initial response of pride and pleasure turned to one of disgust and anger for a situation that I've unquestioningly accepted for so long. If indeed the enemy is that male-dominated, male-oriented establishment that perpetuates the image of a super-woman, super-mom, bigger than life, always beautiful, dependent, domestic female, then the enemy has been alerted and has become more devious. This informative and respectful article on car repair by Wade Hoyt, which even ends with a quote from Helen Reddy's song, "I Am Woman", is sandwiched in between insulting advertisements and article after article telling me how to cook gluttonous meals for the family, sew my own clothes to beat the high cost of fashion, while dieting and exercising, and worrying about a clean wash! The message is loud and clear. Of course I can do anything I want, as long as the new proficiencies are only added to the old me so that the model doesn't change and I'll just be busier and better than ever. Shit. Germaine Huddle Ed. 's note: If you'd like to bitch about the selection of magazines placed by the checkout counter (you never find Ms. there), you can write to Mr. Schupick, Weingartens, 600 Lockwood, Houston, and to Mr. Stan Libsey, Rice Food Markets, 5333 Gulfton, Houston. Although they probably won't have the slightest idea what you're talking about, you might be able to raise their consciousness slightly. SCHEDULING MEETINGS There have been several conflicts in meetings at the Women's Center. Please notify Mary Tane White (523-3232) when you schedule your meetings. If you can't reach Mary Tane, call Sally Bedford (6 22-7250) or Tan Pierce (5 22- 1278). Meetings that have been scheduled with the Center Directors have priority over others. NEXT BROADSIDE DEADLINE April 22. 8 PM. No exceptions. UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD BOOKSTORE 2437 UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 (713) 527 - 8522 MARY ROSS T. RHYNE L.