Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin on November 20, 1977 · 7
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Wisconsin State Journal from Madison, Wisconsin · 7

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WISCONSIN STATE JOURNAL, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1 977 SECTION 1, PAGE 7 1 0,000 offend 'pro- family' rally ' N.Y. Times News Service V ft) 1 v ...... , . ikj "old fashioned Friendliness and Service" Look To Millers For Your Holiday Baking and Party Needs! FRESH NUT MEATS PEANUT BRITTLE CITRON HALVES BLUE DIAMOND PLUM PUDDING ALMONDS ST. MARYS OF THE FANCY CANDIES LAKE FRUIT CAKE WHOLE BEAN CHESTNUTS COFFEE GROCERY DELIVERY SERVICE MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY CALL 256-4878 the Houston Chamber of Commerce; Walter Mengden, a Texas state senator, and Robert Kramer, a Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., investment banker who has actively opposed the equal rights amendment. Anita Bryant, a leading opponent of homosexual rights, sent a videotaped message. Among the groups represented at the rally were Stop ERA, the Eagle Fomm, the Conservative Caucus, the National Right to Life Movement, March for Life, the National Council of Catholic Women, the Mormon Church, Daughters of the American Revolution and the John Birch Society. According to Mrs. Schlafly, most of the participants at the rally paid their own way to Houston, "unlike the delegates to the women's conference, who came at the taxpayers' expense." The delegates received their air fare as well as a $50-a-day living allowance. About 20 percent of the delegates to the women's conference are "pro family," and they control the delegations from such states as Montana, Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama, Utah, Indiana, Ohio and Oklahoma. Many of them have charged that "pro-family" women were deliberately excluded from participating in both the women's conference and the state meetings that led up to it. HOUSTON More than 10,000 opponents of abortion and the proposed equal rights amendment held what they called a "pro-family rally" Saturday at the Astro Arena, 5 miles from where the feminist-oriented National Women's Conference was holding its opening-day sessions. The rally's participants, almost all of them white and well-dressed, carried signs reading "ERA Is a Turkey," "God Made Adam and Eve, Not Adam and Steve," "I.W.Y., International Witches Year," "Jimmy, We Are Here, Too," and "Not Gay But Happy People Happy, Texas." The state signs they carried indicated that they were mainly from Texas, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Utah, but there were also participants from as far away as North Dakota and Rochester, N.Y. Paid own way "I came because I felt North Dakota had to be represented at a pro-family rally," said Christine Zentz, 34, of Bismarck, the mother of nine children. "I am opposed to the ERA because it would give more power to the federal government, and I don't think the states need to lose more powers." FX- A rX4F WEST 241 8 University Ave. 238-1861 Hours: Mon-Fri 8-8, Sat 8-6 Closed Sunday DOWNTOWN 120 N. Fairchild 256-4878 Hours: Mon 9-7, Tues-Sat 9-5:30 Closed Sunday Convention delegate Susan Catania and daughter. '-AP Wirephoto Mrs. zentz said she had driven to the rally with six women friends in a yellow van, and that they had paid their own expenses. Rita Koomen, 45, of Rochester said she had driven to Houston with five other persons in a rented station wagon because she thought the equal rights amendment would some day hurt her five children. "I'm also against gay rights," she added, "because they're not born that way, they're made, and they'll influence our children if they start teaching their lifestyle in the schools." The rally, attended by many couples with children, was marked by patriotic band music, prayers, a parade of state banners and 20 speakers who stressed woman's traditional role as wife and mother. "The American people do not want the ERA," Phyllis Schlafly of Alton, 111., a leading opponent of the amendment, said in a prepared speech. "And they do not want government-funded abortion, lesbian privileges or the federal government to set up institutions for universal child care." or low priced with qualifying deposit Armed guard Mrs. Schlafly, who is staying in a Ramada Inn suite protected by an armed guard, is coordinating much of the opposition to the government-sponsored conference. She has predicted that the conference will be "the death knell of the women's liberation movement." 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