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Title Broadside, Vol. 7, No. 12, December 1976
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date December 1976
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • National Organization for Women
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript point of view I hardly know where to begin. This is my last issue of the Broadside and it has been such an integral part of my life that the decision to leave was a difficult one. One always has mixed feelings at a time like this. I will miss doing the Broadside, no doubt about it. But then, as my friend Helen Wilson used to say, "You even miss a risin' when it's gone." For those of you with an urban background, a "risin"' is a boil. The point being that anything can become a habit and thus hard to break. I've been editing the Broadside since August of 1973, except for a six-month period when Mary Ross Rhyne took over while 1 was President. That's a long time. Longer than two of my marriages in fact, which isn't saying much, but there it is. During that period of time the Broadside and the chapter and I have been through some interesting changes. I have learned a great deal, sometimes more than I cared to know. There have been incredible highs to offset the occasional pits. And through it all, we have consistently strived for excellence. We have been limited only by our lack of financial resources. I owe much to many—to Jeanne Necaise who was President back in 1973 and who had the guts to put this publication into the hands of an emerging feminist who wandered in off the street; to Helen Cassidy and Laura Douglas who established trie Broadside as the best chapter newsletter in the country way before my time; to Nancy Kuykendall for her constant support in everything from writing copy to providing Baby Cokes; and most of all, to Jan Pierce who has written copy, edited, done layout work, handled advertising, and who propped me up when I listed. My best wishes to al I of you. broad-side 1: a sheet of paper printed on one or both sides and folded 2: any strong or comprehensive attack, as by criticism 3: the simultaneous discharge of all the guns on one side of a ship Copyright Houston Area NOW 1976