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Title Broadside, Vol. 5, No. 5, May 1974
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date May 1974
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  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
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Transcript Page 8 BROADSIDE May 1974 JOBS! Several federal contractors are now routinely forwarding a list of all job openings to us. These lists will be posted at the Women's Center under "Tob Openings". They have descriptions of jobs, background requirements for applicants, and salary ranges. (PLEASE do not remove any of the lists.) lobs range from geologist to computer programmer, plus clerical and unskilled openings, and they are updated as new lists are received. So keep in touch! SENATE HEARINGS (continued) Representative Tordan's "impeccable liberal credentials and her support (of Holcomb) helped balance the criticism, especially from the National Organization for Women, with which she has been closely aligned in the past". Blue also described his appointment as an example of "political cronyism" because of the "clear and overt pressure on the White House from ex Nixon aide and former Governor and Republican Tohn Connally" . She quoted from the trade journal TELEVISION DIGEST (February 18) in which it was reported that pressure for Holcomb so incensed two White House aides that they threatened to resign. The Texas Observer (April 26) further revealed a 1972 correspondence in which Holcomb described his "total commitment" to the reelection of Richard Nixon. Since Holcomb is to fill one of three "Democratic" spots on the seven-person FCC, this allegiance is an important consideration in his confirmation. (Tames Quello of Detroit, another "Democratic" FCC nominee recently confirmed, was found to be a major contributor ■ to the Republican nominee in 197 2.) Interesting and discouraging is the fact that when Holcomb faced the Senate Committee the following day to answer charges raised against his appointment, the Senators never asked him about questions raised by the NOW or the RAZA groups. They only asked about a possible conflict of interest in his past ministerial career. It appears that the Senators accepted the eloquent defense by Senator Tower that raising the issue of the EEOC suit was "beating a dead hog" and that "neither the Senator nor Holcomb can recall ever talking about the suit". If anyone ever wonders what radicalizes ordinary citizens doing their civic duty (right?), it is actions or inactions such as these in the hallowed Senate chambers. TOIN NOW (members of the Houston chapter receive free issues of the BROADSIDE) I would like to become a member of NOW ($15) _I want to join but can only afford $. ($7. 50 minimum) _I am not a member but would like to subscribe to BROADSIDE ($3) I would like to make a contribution of $ to NOW _I pledge $. per month for the Women's Center Name Occupation_ Address City Phone _Zip_ Mail this form to: National Organization for Women 3602 Milam Houston, Texas 77002