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For the I I I happens our me. but your in new to 31. are Women Made Gains In 1970s, Judge Tells Wilson Students Although the women's movement began in the 1840s. it wasn't until the 1970s that women were able to make their principal achievements. U.S. District Court Judge Sylvia H. Rambo told an opening convocation convocation audience at Wilson College this week Judge Rambo. who re- ceivedan honorary doctor of laws degree from the 110- year-old women's liberal arts college, told the students, students, faculty, trustees and guests that it was in the last decade that "women climbed mountains, dug mines, took vows in priesthood, rode race horses, marched into West Point and Annapolis and became became generals, astronauts, prime ministers and Rhodes Scholars." In the same decade. Judge Rambo said, "women accomplished accomplished more in the fields of employment, education, family law, credit, social security, insurance, military military , to name only a few. than in the 130 years preceding^ surrendered at Stalingrad. In 1974, a jet crashed in American Samoa, killing 95 of the 101 people aboard. Ten years ago. the Pentagon Pentagon announced that 34 old F-100 fighter-bombers would be given to Taiwan Five years ago. a federal judge said the government has legal title to virtually all of the Nixon papers and tapes. Last year. Chinese First Vice Premier Deng Xiaoping, Xiaoping, closing meetings w i t h President Carter and congressional congressional leaders, called Moscow the world's "main hotbed of war " Today sBirthdays. Author Norman Mailer is 57 Actress Carol Chanmng is 59. Thought for today You must scale the mountain if you would view the plain. -Chinese -Chinese saying that decade." However, she pointed out, that women still have difficulty in gaining top corporate posts. "Advancement "Advancement stops short of the executive suite and their authority authority ends short of the final decision-making power." WORLD IS WAITING Today, students were told, "the world is waiting for you. Some parts with open doors, some with partially opened doors and some with doors that still need to be opened." For those students who decide decide to be a homemaker. the jurist urged them to do so without feeling "denigrated." "denigrated." "Do not feel that you must lump housework and child care together and dismiss dismiss them as something from which to escape to achieve ·selfhood.' Today the role of women in the home is being given more recognition by our legislators, our courts and the entire women's movement." Judge Rambo cautioned the Wuson women not to feel obliged "to follow men in their rush to be gobbled up by the success ethic. Be proud to be a woman. Be proud of other women who have achieved . . . Established women have the responsibility responsibility to boost others. Those who have achieved must be the leaders in preventing the stalemating of the progress that has been made." Judge Rambo. a resident of Carlisle, is a graduate of Dickinson College and Dickinson Dickinson College of Law. She was cited for her service to her native state as a public defender and member of several councils and planning planning boards, including membership membership on the advisory committee to the Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. DEGREE CONFERRED The citation was read by Robert Crist, a Wilson trustee trustee from Camp Hill, and con- ferred by Dr. Donald F. Beltz, president of the college, college, who welcomed the students, students, faculty and guests to the beginning of the Wilson's second semester of the 197980 197980 academic year. Two other speakers. Susan J. Nussbaum, president of the college's government association, association, and Dr. Theony Condos. acting dean, spoke briefly. Rev. Donald E. May. pastor of Central Presbyterian Presbyterian Church, Chambersburg. gave the invocation and pro- nounced the benediction. Charles J. Farris, associate associate professor of music, was convocation organist. Students Laura Barrett, Pamela Duffft and Karen Steiner sang Lift Thine Eyes ·from Mendelssohn's "The Elijah." They were accom- ,panied at the piano by Mib Campbell, a senior music -major- Classes for the spring, semester began today. In a 1946 Basketball Association Association of America game between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, the game wound up with only four men on side. No Matter What The Groundhog Sees On Saturday ... There's Still COLD NIGHTS AHEAD! Be Ready With Your LANZ FLANNEL SLEEPWEAR! SLEEPWEAR! We Still Have A Good Selection At... 25% OFF Visa Master Charge Welcome! Hours. Tuesday Thru Saturday 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Next Door To Historic Fairfield Inn 19 West Main St., Fairfield, Pa.

Clipped from The Gettysburg Times31 Jan 1980, ThuPage 10

The Gettysburg Times (Gettysburg, Pennsylvania)31 Jan 1980, ThuPage 10
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