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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 2, February 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date February 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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Transcript Page 12 BROADSIDE February 1974 THE GRASS IS GREENER. YOU KNOW WHERE The brand-new Pasadena Chapter of NOW will have their next meeting on Tuesday, February 12 at 7:30 PM at the Sherwood Club, 909 Sherwood Drive. If you live in the Pasadena area and have not been contacted, call Mary Lou Heidrick, 944-2340, for additional information. Cheryn Wischhusen is forming a CR group in the Pasadena area. Call her at 473-3836 if interested in joining. FEBRUARY PROGRAM MEETING Our program meeting this month will be a presentation by the FCC Task Force. As you probably know, Houston area TV and radio broadcasters will be reviewed by the FCC for their tri-annual license renewals this summer. We have adopted a challenge of these renewals as our priority for the next five months and the FCC Task Force will detail our approach to this challenge. Specifically, we'll be instructed in methods of letter writing, program monitoring, and formal presentations to the FCC and the local stations. The media is an incredible influence on our society. Please come and participate in our challenge to the kind of influence it has been in the past. We do offer child care at our meetings. Good child care. If you've been staying home from meetings because of our failures to deliver in the past, please consider this an official notice that care is available. However, we ask that you give us a couple of days' notice so that we won't pay for care unnecessarily. Contact Linda England at 721-2831 and she'll see that care is provided. We're in need of a task force coordinator to handle efforts to influence community, state and national child care programs and legislation. Contact Teanne Necaise at 772-4843. AS THE WORLD TURNS KUNG FU. We have new Co-directors for the Women's Center. Sally Bedford, 622-7250; Mary Tane White, 523-3232 (please call her to schedule meetings); and Tan Pierce, 522-1278 (please call her to sign up to sit at the Center). Our thanks to outgoing Co-directors Tackie Howard and Rose Marie Lund for the improvements they made on the Center, for all the hard work they did and for the help they've been to the new Center workers. Over 200 women showed up at the Women's Center on January 21 and 22 to sign up for the free self-defense class. More women are calling each day for information about the course. Such an overwhelming response indicates that we have hit a nerve somewhere. ANNOUNCEMENT Peg Hall has found more activity at the Center at Monday night orientations than on Friday nights. So, for the time being, the Friday Night Socials will be discontinued. If you haven't heard our orientation series you are missing a lot of good information. UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD BOOKSTORE 2437 UNIVERSITY BOULEVARD HOUSTON, TEXAS 77005 (713) 527 - 8522 MARY ROSS T. RHYNE