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Title Broadside, Vol. 9, No. 9, September 1978
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date September 1978
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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  • Text
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Transcript PROGRAM MEETING Houston Area N.O.W. and University Feminists will present "Adam and Even", a play for living by Family Services, Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1978. The play examines sex role stereotypes and a brief panel discussion will follow. This production of "Adam and Even" has been acclaimed often in Houston and will begin at 8 p.m. in the Parliament Room of the University Center at the University of Houston. TEXAS STATE N.O.W. COUNCIL MEETING The national E.R.A. extension effort was the subject of the State Council meeting held in the Capital in Austin Aug. 19. Delegates reported on the recent mailing campaign to the U.S. House of Representatives urging support for H.J. Res. 638. This effort was quite successful in several Texas cities. Ten of the Texas representatives voted for extension and all N.O.W. members should write them to express gratitude for their votes. (See the list of Texas representatives on p. 5 ). Now that the extension resolution awaits Senate approval, N.O.W. members must write Senators John Tower and Lloyd Bentsen to urge their support and votes for extension, and against any condition allowing rescission. It is a also important to ask the Senators to vote for cloture, which will cut off filibusters during debate on the resolution. The state N.O.W. project of sending computer-written letters to Congress has become a regional effort. More signature releases of Texas residents are needed, however, so sign your name and ask friends and colleagues to sign their names on the release form below, then mail to Gail Baier at the adress shown. It was announced that Texas State Representative Senfronia Thompson of Houston is preparing legislation concerning abused women and she wishes citizens' input on this issue. This information should be communicated to her at her local office or to Frances Hicks at 488-8574. Four council resignations were accepted at the meeting, those of State Coordinator Lynne Mutchler, Communications Coordinator Pam Summers, Treasurer Gail Baier and Legislative Chair Antoinette D'Oronzio. Three of these position were immediately filled by elections, and they are: State Coordinator, Gail Baier (of San Antonio N.O.W.); Communications Coordinator, Teri Chandler (of Dallas N.O.W.); and Treasurer, Jan Clark (of San Antonio N.O.W.). The new State Coordinator's address is: Gail Baier, 9110 Broadway, Apt. M201, San Antonio, Tx. 78217. Her telephone: (512) 826-5095. Members may now subscribe to the state newsletter ($3.00 for six issues per year) and submit state newsletter matierial to Communications Coordinator Teri Chandler at P.O. Box 677, Lancaster, Tx. 75146 or phoning her at (214) 742-9211 or (214) 227-6246. * * * Ed.