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NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1978 - Page 4. January 1978. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. May 7, 2021. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/3414/show/3411.

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Title NOW News Bay Area Chapter, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 1978
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Date January 1978
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Transcript "It's all right, Mrs. Harris," he took on his brisk business tone..."The money's perfectly safe. It's well invested." Invested; that was a word men always held over women, Mrs. Harris thought, and it always meant they could have none of their own money. She sighed deeply. "Well, if that's the way it is—" She turned wway and went back to the house... Old Mrs. Harris, Willa Cather Breaklight Light keeps on breaking. i keep knowing the language of other nations. i keep hearing tree talk water words and i keep knowing what they mean. and light just keeps on breaking. last night the fears of my mother came knocking and when i opened the door they tried to explain themselves and i understood everything they said. Lucille Clifton, An Ordinary Women CR EXERCISE: What's Wrong With This Headline? Mother among space mission crew finalists WASHINGTON (AP) - The mother of a 7-year-old girl is one of six Americans selected as finalists for a scientific assignment on a joint U.S.-European space mission in 1980, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration announced today. There will be seats for two scientists on the seven-person Spacelab 1 crew, one an American and one a European. The other five crew.members will be U.S. astronauts. The American woman finalist is Mrs. Ann F. Whitaker of Huntsville, Ala., a physicist at NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center. Mrs. Whitaker, 38, said of her selection: *Tm very happy, as are my husband and daughter.1' Her husband, also a physicist, works at the Army's Redstone Arsenal in Huntsville. She already is working on the Spacelab 1 mission, she said, as principal investigator on an experiment "dealing with the dynamics and lubrication in space of operating journal bearings." But even if she is selected for the flight, she might not be the first American woman in space. At least three others may have a chance before her. The other American finalists for the US.-European flight are Dr. Craig L. Fischer, 40, of Indian Wells, Calif., a doctor; Dr. Michael L. Lampton, 36, of Berkeley, Calif., a space physicist; Byron K. Lichtenberg, 39, of Natick, Mass., a doctoral candidate at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Robert T. Menzies, 34, of Pasadena, Calif., a physicist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and Dr. Richard J. Terrile, also of Pasadena, a planetary scientist. NASA next month plans to name 40 new astronauts for America's next-generation manned space vehicle—the space shuttle. They will be divided equally among pilots and mission specialists, and sources report there will be at least three women on the latter list. Mission specialists will deploy satellites, service orbiting satellites and operate laboratories. The first flight of the shuttle, which will land back on earth like an airplane, is scheduled for March 1979. The Spacelab 1 will be carried into orbit by another shuttle. The list of American and European science candidates announced today will be pared to five next spring. POOR BABY Problems, problems Arnold Schwarzenegger, five times Mr. Universe and sue times Mr. Olympia, has a problem women often complain about — he wishes people would consider his brain instead of just his body. He was in Dallas Monday to autograph copies of his book, but prospective buyers kept coming up with things like "tell him to take off his clothes." "You mean that's it/' said Carlto Cameron as she watched Schwarzenegger, wearing a sport shirt and slacks. "You mean that's all we are going to get him to do? Sign an autograph? The picture in the newspaper advertisment showed him in a bathing suit. I am not going to pay $9.95 for a book unless he takes off his shirt. I mean, what's there to Arnold Schwarzenegger with his shirt on?" Schwarzenegger sighed and signed.