Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 27, 1972 · Page 16
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August 27, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 16

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IB A---Aug. 27. 1972 Sunday Gu«tt*.Mml ' ClarlMfon, West Virginia TOM JONES C/iauriiiist NORMAN MAILER Also Nominee FEMMES Women's Liberation Enters 3rd 'Mixed Successful? Year By Louise Cook GEORGIA WOMEN marched Demanding equal pay, equal from the downtown area to the jobs and equal rights, feministsjstatc capitol for speeches on the rallied Saturday for the thirdfamenciment, the history of the straight year in the name ofjfeminist movement and topics women's liberation. But statis-llike marriage, tics showed their drive has metj A coalition of 20 women's with only mixed success. jgroups in Philadelphia spon- The demonstrations stretched sored a march from Independ- from Boston to Atlanta, from ence Hall to R i t t e n h o u s e San Francisco to Omaha, Neb.,jSquare. Among the coalition and included marches, work-i memuers wcre such diverse shops and fairs that drew!gr° u P s as the YWCA, the Na- crowds of feminists--and a fewi^onal Organization for Women »u « 1 -- _..».«. J ^ _ _ . _ ' . _ * 1 t*l n/tL- D*inf Virvf UTi-vvHn*. 11_ r~ A l l - ! male supporters--ranging in size from several dozen to several thousand. In San Clemente, Calif., President Nixon proclaimed Saturday as Women's Rights Day and said more must be done "to ensure women every opportunity to make the fullest contribution to our progress as a nation." His proclamation was accompanied by a While House "fact sheet" listing Nixon administration steps which it said have brought "more women in full- time, policy-making positions in Plack Panther Women, the Attica Brigade and lesbian organizations. U. S Sen. Edward Gurney, R-Fla , told 100 women at a rally in Coral Gables, Fla., that "This year marked a big year for women's rights with the passage of the equal rights amendment by Congress." He added, however, "much has yet :o be done to assure equal economic opportunity." The Leage of Women Voters predicted that the amendment barring discrimination because of sex would win approval as the federal government ..._.. ,. , siaics m wa 0 , ^ ertefore in our nation's histo-j ,. Jf the pa ( tern continucs to hold, we should be celebrating the enactment of the 27th ry The number of women in lop-level jobs annually paying $28.000 or more has increased from 36 to J18. the fact sheet said, while more than 1.000 women have been recruited for middle level jobs paying between $18,000 and $25,000. Other officials who proclaimed either Friday or Saturday as Women's Rights Day included Gov. John Gilligan of Ohio and Mayors Sam Massell Amendment in May of nex year," Lucy Wilson Benson president of the league, said in a statement. The league also released voting figures indicating that in the 1972 elections women could, for the first time, vote in greater percentages than men. Less encouraging are the statistics on women in industry. The Women's Bureau of the U. V n l - . T , -.-;.:-.- -; S. Department of Labor said i- York and Joseph Alioto of that alt hough about 38 per cent San Francisco. of the nadon , s total WQ ^ force The rallies marked the 52nd ! is female ^ lhe average fem . TlS^^A^^^^^ff^^,^ granted women the right to vote'SS,^SiSltff Su5oS5 and the second anniversary of| per cent of the clerical jobs and the first Women s Strike forj on i y 17 per cent of the managg. Iffi 1 £ · ff « · femmist f rial slots, 14 per cent of the aimed their efforts this year atj wholesale sa les positions and 4 n % g TM° P n ° f , the .HP*cent o£ the skilled crafts posed 27th or equal rights jj 0 bs amendment, already ratified byi . . . 20 states " T H E DEMONSTRATIONS A Cambridge, Mass., feminist Saturday climaxed several days fair was highlighted by voting ''· of activities in some areas, "the worst male chauvinist pig Friday was Women's Rights of the year." Candidates were Day in San Francisco, but a singer Tom Jones, producer .day-long teach-in on "Sisterhood David Suskind, author Norman is Powerful" was held Saturday. Mailer, Boston Globe columnist 1 Topics of discussions and films George Frazier. Vice President included women's liberation, Spiro T. Agnew and author C.S abortion, female sexuality and, G. PayeUu. women in prison. Two Ohio Teenagers Die In Pleasants Car Crash The Associated Press ; were listed in fair condition at a ^ Three persons died in West! Parkersburg hospital teenagers from Ohio and the' car went out o£ control after a third a West Virginia man hurt ca1 ' m front of li slammed into Friday in a Pennsylvania crash : the P° le - T^ first car was de- The teenagers " were Diana' mollshed and left tw ° thirds of Miller. 1G. and James Portilla,l the P ole swinging from power 17. both of Canton, Ohio i 1 " 165 - P° lice sald - I They were passengers in a! Authorities were searching for car driven by the girl's fatherjthe driver of the demolished E v e r e t t Miller, 39, which! car i who had disappeared by swerved to avoid a broken utili-jthe time police arrived at the ty pole on W. Va 2 near St. I scene of the crash. Marys in Pleasants County, 1 Hospital officials in Mor- went over an embankment and'gantown said Erwin Goodwin, landed on its top. 47. of Morgantown, died early The elder Miller, his wife Lez-Saturday of injuries received etta, 36. and their daughters Friday in a camper truck-trac- Drema, i:, and Connie, U, were tor trailer collision on Interstate injured in the- accident. They 79 near Waynesburg, Pa. Zoles diamonds for the bride, priced for the groom! Five convenient ways to buy: ; K c v o l i ' i n f ; ("h.irtv · /.\!i-s ( i n t e r n Ch.irgc k A m e n c a r d · M,i*!rr Lh.iry;o · !,.T, - av%n f ZALES JtWfltRf shop mondays and f ridgy* 10 to 9 LAST 4 DAYS! 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