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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 12, No. 9, September 1984
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Date September 1984
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Transcript ... Incidentally, Lynns brother, merchandising exec Bob Sakowitz, was in Dallas last week commentating a fashion show for Phyllis Schlafly s anti-ERA group at the Republican National Convention. Sakowitz's beauty salon bigwig, Michael Kemper, flew over with Bob and did the coiffures of the gals who modeled in the show. It's buzzing around now that the pro-ERA group is miffed with Bob for taking part in a Schlafly event. It's not easy for Bob. The gals seem to have forgotten that he was the first in Houston to host a cocktail party for Bella Abzug and Liz Carpenter when they first came here with their ERA crusade. No question that Bob is a middle-of-the-roader on the whole issue ... COMMENTS FROM THE PRESIDENT. lfm sure that all of you saw and other articles that appeared the fashion event at the Republican benefit "The Eagle Forum". A number then angry that someone such as 3ob as a friend for equality would be a hastily called executive meeting was draft the opposite letter for project that same day. On the I mailed a this event the article in in the Houston Convention of us were first the Houston Post Chronicle wh ich about "held to and was shocked Sakowitz that we have regarded part of such an event. An held and it was decided to distribution at the "Gender Gap" following Monday, Aug. 20, 1984, letter to Bob Sakowitz asking for a meeting to discuss with him. At this printing I still have not heard from Mr. Sakowitz. The Sakowitz family in the past have always been strong supporters of equality and rights for all persons. It is with shock, hurt and anger that a number of us have reacted to this act of ignorance. I sincerely hope that there will be a reasonable answer to this action. My thanks, once more, to those of you who continue to work and believe in the struggle for equality, hot only do we work in our homes, outside our homes, but somehow we find the time to work for candidates, do voter's registration, and attend the various functions that come up. You are truly remarkable women and men and I for one appreciate, respect and love you. I would also like to remind you that elections will be held in Kovember for officers of the chapter. Please if you can find just some more extra time consider running for an office. Our vice-president Anita Marcus has pretty well confessed that she will run for President and I don't know of very many people who would be better for the job. However, a President is only as good as the support and assistance that she/he receives. Anita will need good people to help her guide the chapter through the next year. Think about it!!!!!!!!!