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NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-08 - Page 2. August 1973. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. July 31, 2014. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/962/show/961.

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(August 1973). NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-08 - Page 2. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/962/show/961

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter 1973-08
Publisher National Organization for Women, Bay Area Chapter
Date August 1973
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  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • National Organization for Women--Periodicals
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Language English
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Transcript FOR CHILDCARE Bay Area, Houston picket at NASA APPROXIMATELY 35 WOMEN AND CHILDREN of the Bay Area and Houston N.O.W. chapters picketed the dedication ceremonies for the $450,000 Robert R* Gilruth Recreation Center constructed by NASA's Employees Activities Association(EAA). In December, 1972, a committee of women approached EAA with a proposal for a quality child care center in the 2?,000 square foot building. Their proposal was followed by a study indicating that more than 19? children of J3C employees would use the center. The proposal was ignored. No child care facilities are available in the new building. According to EAA, since their monies would revert to the government if the organization should dissolve, the funds are considered federal funds and cannot be used to subsidize a day care program for children whose families are above the poverty level. The committee, headed by Aneta Davis, a member of N.O.W., continues to stress that the money is not the federal government's, since it is revenue collected from the space center's vending machines, cafeteria, and souvenir counters. € In education, in marriage, in every- thing, disappointment is the lot of wo- man. It shall be the business of my life to deepen this disappointment in every woman's heart until she bows down to it now longer. Lucy Stone, 1855 W.H. Lemmons to speak on equal employment issues OF HOUSTON WAGE AND HOUR DIVISION FOR OUR NEXT PROGRAM MEETING— W.H. Lemmons, area director of the Wage and Hour division of the Department of Labor, Houston W st office will speak on the Equal Pay Act (1963) at ?:30 p.m. Thursday, September 6 at the University of Houston Graduate Center on Bay Area Blvd. in Clear Lake City. Although this meeting is directed particularly toward the working woman, all are welcome to attend. Lemmons has been with the Wage and Hour division for 23 years. He received his degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. Cassidy draws crowd HELEN CASSIDY ~ former chairperson for the Texas Women1s Political Caucas — drew a crowd of more than 60 at the August program meeting of N.O.W. Among other things, Ms. Cassidy discussed the practice of naming hurricanes after women. When the weather bureau reportedly told Ms. Cassidy that such naming was an honor, she suggested that the bureau name hurricanes after U. 3. Senators. According to Ms. Cassidy, sexism is a social disease — feminism is the cure. TELEPHONE NUMBERS QUESTIONS? COMMENTS? CONTRIBUTIONS? CALL! BOARD MEMBERS Rosemary Mendenhall 333-3531 Mary Buxton 333-3872 Marie Marlow 482-3600 Marjorie Randal 488-^396 Linda McCollum 488-0950 Sonia Doty 4?4-2691 and she's lucky? A WOMAN1 S PLACE A POEM BY CAROL TASK FORCE COORDINATORS Linda Burns Linda McCollum Marge Randal Sonia Doty Hilary Kaler Marsha Prunty or Linda Burns Employment Education Program Orientation .Telepfronj 333-2670 488-0950 488-4396 474-2691 488-0492 332-2561 333-2670 When you look around at all that she has you think...my God...SHE1S LUCKY A child, a home, a husband who cares who takes pride in adornments she bears... We see her on errands—taking care of herself, her family, her household, her mate And we think--0 l*>w nice—what a wonderful life goodness sakes but SHE'S LUCKY He says "Oh my wife, she's the pride of my life. Shefs the perfect wife and mother.11 She doesnft have to work, you see. He's such a good provider. She's such the hostess, an excellent cook to entertain his bosses. They say "He111 go far, he may be a star" granted she helps, 0- SHEfS LUCKY. She doesn't stray too far from home, she's content with au illary groups The ladies, you see, keep the community wonderfully ordered and neat. She's a moral upholder a real virtue molder. "Get rid of tad eggs" she proclaims Can't have children exposed to those radical foes She needs status quo to remain How advantageous, you say, for a woman today— He shares all the good things with her. She says prayers of Thanksgiving; she's above other women...she won't rock the boat since SHE'S LUCKY?