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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 10, No. 5, May 1982
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Transcript NOW chapter to collect petitions 14A /The Houston Post/Sat., May 8, 1982 The Bay Area chapter of the National Organization for Women will collect petitions at Baybrook Mall Saturdays through June, after approval by mall management, chapter president Patricia T. Kuhlman said Friday. The turnabout by the mall in Friendswood followed state District Judge Arthur Lesher's denial April 1 of an injunction permitting a NOW petition drive at Baybrook. Lesher said NOW could be excluded because the mall was private property. THE MALL MANAGEMENT, which earlier turned down NOW's request to use its property, later contacted Stefan Presser, American Civil Liberties Union lawyer, and told him a drive would be permitted under certain conditions, Kuhlman said. "We have to be seated at a table and not accosting people," she said. "We can have signs saying what we are there for. We were there two Saturdays ago and are complying with the conditions." Chapter members will be inside mall entrance No. 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. asking people to sign petitions to President Reagan urging him to reconsider his stand against the Equal Rights Amendment, Kuhlman said. The NOW drive will continue each Saturday until the ERA constitutional amendment petition deadline June 30, she said. "THESE WERE REASONABLE ladies who were trying to be reasonable with us, and we wanted to be reasonable with them," said mall attorney John Holstead. The chapter agreed to the mall's restrictions aimed at preventing any interference with normal activities and use of private property as "a soap box" for radical groups, Holstead said. The conditions spell out the chapter cannot solicit membership or contributions and must meet restrictions as to hours, location and conduct of petitioners, the lawyer said. Kuhlman said the suit was the first to be brought by a NOW chapter in Texas challenging the refusal of private property owners to allow a NOW petition drive.