The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 9
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The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah · Page 9

Ogden, Utah
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Sunday, October 3, 1971
Page 9
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PICK OF THE PUNCH "For haven's sake, J.B., a lot of great men have / been below average height. PRESSURE MOUNTS Nixon Dilemma: Appoint Woman fo High Court? By FRANCES LEWINE Associated P"«« Writer WASHINGTON" — President Nixon. i s in £* political and philosophical dil?mma over the question of appealing a woman to the" Supreme Cburt. • A wide varietjiiof influential women's organizations have indicated "the questin will be an important politics) issue in the upcoming electia year, and Nixon can't affod to alienate women, 53 per cit of the -nation's--ballot powea Yet the Presidei} has said he wants to fill the.ti» current vacancies on the hi£ court with persons who folly ' his strict constructionist vie?s. Justices followig - this line generally take a .failed view of their prerogatives and those of the court and, aai reluctant to upset 'state and ff eral laws or distur-rb crimindxiuvictions. UBERA/BENT But most .ofjtoe dozen 'or so women mentioiedso far for the high court sem\to be of a more liberal and ictivist bent. In the two vee&or so since Justice Hugo L. ftck's--resig- nation opened upjie first of the court vacancies the White Cause, the national councils of Catholic and Negro women, the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs and the Black Caucus and 12 women in Congress. The- lobbying adds up to what "fairly to the inside sources say is heavy" mail coming White House. STEP FORWARD In an unusual show of unanimity, the congresswomen, nine Democrats and three Republicans, urged Nixon last week "to take a major step forward in implementing the nation's high-ideal of equality for all" by naming.a woman. All backers claim there is an ample supply the required fications. Former Chief Justice Earl Warren joined the cause by declaring no reason exists "whatsoever why a woman should not be on the court." A retired colleague, Justice Tom, Clark, said "it would be great." In what may have been a trial balloon to test sentiment on the issue, it was reported i Thursday that the Nixon ad-i ministration- was indicating iti of women with judicial quali- vacancies me iruuci """•"«-„.-.- ..— —c, Hous been un| mounting probably would not nominate a uressure from po&ally pow- woman because v its talent erfulfgroupsurWNLxon to search had not turned up a enui, groups^.uigui pu tJwoman who combined the Nix- the high I on strict constructionist philoso- jphy and a._ sufficiently dis- score an historic ting a woman court. bipartisan Nation Political' Caucus,; spearheading the. 200,00 0-memb« °The groups indlii the new tinguished background. : t;—s~ "\T«4^rv "WrtfTlPn'S MOT Dill CH l"ll which is Effort, the Common re- NOT RULED OUT This brought a round of porters' queries to presidential press secretary Ronald L, Zieg- ller, who quickly said: "Women lhave not been ruled out of active consideration." Sources inside the White House say that the Nixon administration is well aware na! tional attention is being focused on the issue and that the subject has been raised with Nixon aides on some recent out-of- town presidential trips. Women judges, law „ school professors and legislators have been among proposed candidates. White House sources said that over a dozen women's 'names have been put on the list 'sent to Atty. Gen. Johr " T " : ' chell for consideration. A sign of some waning enthusiasm came from Mrs. Nixon. A" week ago, she said she was "talking up" the idea of a woman candidate. Then, she reported the best qualified women were too old. And finally before she and the President left for a Florida weekend Mrs. Nixon said she just didn't know where 'things stood on it. MANAGED CRIES AFTER ST&E SAFE OP^ED . RALEIGH./^. (AP) Manager.'/Joe Lee of Johns on Jewelry Store opened . hi • store safe the other morning and started cryg. At 10 a.m. he was st' fighting back the tears. 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