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Title University of Houston NOW Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 4, September 1981
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Date September 1981
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Transcript National NOW Tlmes, July/August. 1901 1981 Wational NOW Conference — in the Nation's Capital — October 10-11-12 The Shoreham Hotel Washington, D.C. N A T I O W A f OWOAMlZATriOM NATIONAL CONFERENCE AIR RESERVATIONS If you plan to fly, book soon. Those who can book now and pay by certain dates can obtain much cheaper fares. In general, most airlines have three levels of fares below first class - coach, ($496 rd trip); "economy" ($258 rd trip) and some kind of "special" with a name peculiar to the airline, like "seat sale" on Texas International or "zinger" on Braniff, ($178 rd trip). The cheaper the fare, the more restrictions there are, like non-refundable, non-transferable on the very low fare, and book and pay ahead on the "economy". The rules yary with each airline. It is worthwhile to check with each one. Braniff, Delta, Texas International are all possibilities for low fares. The situation is complicated by the air-controllers' strike and new schedules coming out Sept. 3rd, effective Sept. 16. Also different airlines go to different airports - TI only goes to Baltimore, but there is limo service to downtown DC; Braniffs "zinger" fare is only to Dulles, etc. Going to Washington National Airport is most convenient and costs only 50 cents by metro to downtown DC - about $6 by cab. Dulles is 26 miles out in VA; THE HOUSTON POST, Sunday#August 23, 1981 Baltimore is 31 miles out in MD; the airlines can't tell you the fare by limosine - it's probably about $6 - 8 one way, a little cheaper if rd trip. Be aware that you have to keep asking the airlines reservation!' st "Is that the absolutely cheapest way to go?" and "What are the restrictions for that type of fare?" All this sounds like a lot of trouble, but it is all worth it. Attending a large national feminist convention, especially a NOW convention, lifts your spirits for months. There is nothing like being in a hall with thousands of feminists - something most of us have newer experienced, the world being the sexist place it is. I urge you to consider going, even if it means sacrificing hard to get there. This year's convention will be something special, since it is the last year for ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment. Finally, there is some hope that we can get funds to send our delegate and alternate. If you would like to represent the chapter, come to the September 1st meet- Jo Ann Evansgardner QUESTION: Why do you suppose neither the Post nor the Chronicle*!* could find the resources to cover the news in their own home town? Walk-a-thon held to rally ERA support Hearings on Issues Display Booths National Action Nationally Prominent Speakers Plenary Sessions Feminist Entertainment Workshops Consciousness Raising Disabled Feminists Early Childhood Development Economic Justice Education Employment Equal Rights Amendment Federal Women Homemakers' Rights Labor Lesbian Rights Media Reform Minority Women Physicai and Mental Health Reproductive Rights jRural Women Violence Against Women . Women and Poverty Women and Religion