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Title Broadside, Vol. 9, No. 9, September 1978
Publisher National Organization for Women, Houston Chapter
Date September 1978
Subject.Topical (LCSH)
  • Women--Political activity--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Periodicals
  • Women--Texas--Houston--Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Transcript Despite Eckhardt's turncoat action, the effort was deemed successful and Frances Hicks merits commendation for a splendid job. (Funds for the project were provided about equally by Houston Area N.O.W. and National N.O.W.) The battle is not over, though. The extension resolution now awaits approval of the U.S. Senate, and N.O.W. members are asked to write Senators John Tower and Lloyd Bentsen, to urge them to vote for extension, against rescission, and for cloture (to cut off filibusters against the resolution). Sen.Tower now says he will not vote for the resolution, but we should still try to change his position. He at least may help the resolution by voting for cloture, so urge him to do that. Sen. Bentsen is now considering voting for rescission, and he must be reminded that the extension is a separate matter from rescission, which should be decided alone at another time. Ms. Hicks also advises members to write Sen. Robert Byrd, Senate majority leader, urging him to bring the resolution, now called S.J.R.134,to the Senate floor in September. Congress will adjourn at the end of September, so the Senate vote must occur before then. When Senators return after elections in November, the chances of their continued support for the extension are rated as slim. Also, write the Senate Judiciary Committee to support S.J.Res. 134. The address for all Senators is: Senate Office Building, Washington, D.C, 20010. It is hoped that a telephoning campaign can be organized for pressing the Texas Senators into proper action. As soon as a coordinator of the effort can take over, volunteers will be needed. This effort will only involve post*.cards and so will last a shorter period. Persons who could volunteer as coordinator should phone Ms. Hicks at 488-8574. SENATE JUDICIARY COMMITTEE Democrats: James O. Eastland (MS) Chair Paul Hatfield IMTI Edward M. Kennedy (MAI •Birch Bayh (IN) Robert C. Byrd (WVI 'James Abourezk (SD) Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (DE) John C. Culver (IA) 'Howard M. Metzenbaum (OH) Dennis DeConcini (AZ) Republicans: Strom Thurmond (SC) Charles McC. Mathias, Jr. (MD) * William L. Scott (VA) Paul Laxalt (NV) *Orrin G. Hatch (UT) Malcolm Wallop (WY) BUSINESS MEETING This month's business meeting will be Wednesday, Sept. 6, at 7:30 p.m. , at 1902 Colquitt, No. 16c. This will be an important meeting to elect delegates to the National N.O.W. Conference in October. Members who will be able to go to the conference are urged to attend the Sept. 6 meeting.