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Transcript ******************************************************* NOW CALENDAR ***************************************************************************************** August 4 "High School" Fred Wiseman's fine film on American education. Museum of Fine Arts, Houston - 8 pm. $1.50. August 5 Bay Area NOW Meeting; "Quality Education" - Uniting Church, CLC - 8 pm. August 16-18 Textbook Hearing, Texas Education Agency, Austin.(See story p. 3.) August 19 Bay Area NOW Business Meeting, refreshments. Uniting Church, CLC - 8 pm. August 22 Commemorates the day in 1920 when women began to learn that the right to vote does not ratify the right to equal treatment under the law. August 28 WEAL Cocktail Party to benefit North Carolina ERA Coalition. Home of Kay and Clif Whyburn, 2234 Goldsmith, Houston (667-8556). ******************************************************************************************** Presiding in September: Rema Lou Brown (488-1896) (527-9108) **************************************************************************************** Bay Area NOW July Meeting; Summary The film, "Men's Lives" was shown to a very large audience of men, women, and children on July 1 at the program meeting chaired by Nora Mertz. Craig Roberts of Houston NOW and the Male Awareness Center in Houston led the adult discussion afterward, while the youngsters had their own discussion in an adjoining room. Reactions to the film varied in both groups and discussion was lively. As usual, the business meeting began late and ended later. Despite the advantages of keeping the discussion/decision-making opportunity available to those attending a once- a-month program meeting, it proves to be difficult to bring stimulating programs to a close early enough to get much business done. Therefore, a MOTION was passed to return to two meetings a month, one program and one business. The first meeting day remains the same (first Thursday); the second meeting will be on the third Wednesday, same place and time. However, due to conflicts with the textbook hearings in Austin (which, it is expected, many members will be attending as witnesses and observers)for this month only, we're meeting on Thursday, August 19. Confusing? Come have a glass of wine with us on August 19 and we'll talk about it. Results of other late-night voting; Jeanne Saletan elected to represent BANOW at the NOW State Council. Many thanks to Marie Stimson of Paperback Swap & Shop in Dickinson for the 2 ads she placed (News Citizen and Spaceland News) announcing the July meeting. Judging from attendance, that was effective advertising. BATFOR Meeting Scheduled Bay Area Task Force on Rape met July 28 at the Family Service Center, 16915 El Camino Real, CLC to design a curriculum for the training of rape victims' advocates in this area. People interested in participating in planning and/or training for this essential service should call Evie Whitsett (488-1777) for information on upcoming meetings. HAFFCU; You Gotta Have It To Lend It! Deposits are extremely important to the growth of our Credit Union. Members are urged to continue making regular deposits to their accounts and those eligible for membership are reminded to open their accounts as soon as possible. The HAFFCU office is located at 2418 Travis (527-9108). It's a nice place to visit before you want a loan. See important news on Equal Credit Opportunity Act on p. 5.