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July 17, 1973 - Image 5

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Tuesday, July 17, 1973
to defend
NEW YORK (UPI) - Pent-
house magzine announced Sun-
day it will defend vendors of the
periodical who may be accused of
selling pornography under the
recent Supreme Court ruling per-
mitting local communities to set
obscenity standards.
"Any news agent in the U. S.
or on any street corner in the
country or otherwise who is
tried for selling Penthouse will
have our full support," said
Penthouse publisher Bob Guc-
"WE WILL BE there in full
strength with all usr resources to
defend him and ourselves"
Guccione, 42, said he "will
not allow anybody to give up
the magazine, if it is at all pos-
Guccione said in m'iking the
announcement that his attor-
neys had been in contact with
Plyboy magazine, its chief com-
petitor in the field of sophisti-
cated girlie magazines, to see if
it would do the same but Playboy
was "not interested"
leg-il team which will contact
the local vendor when the maga-
zine receives a report of a seiz-
ure, Guccione said.
"If there is something we can
do," he said, "we will do it."
Guccione said that so far his
magazine has received reports of
seizures in Alabama, Mississippi,
Georgia and Virginia.
legal defense was necessary be-
cause the cases were thrown out
at the initial stages of litigation.
Playboy announced last week
it will re-evaluate the future con-
tent of the photography of its
magazines, but Guccione said
Penthouse will not make any
revisions in its format. He said
both magazines divide about 20
per cent of the magazine ven-
dor's market.
Guccione said it would be al-
most impossible to edit the mag-
azine on a regional basis to com-
ply with the 5-4 Supreme Court
Talks at
MSU to
Contract negotiations between
Michigan State University and
two striking locals of the Ameri-
can Federation of State, County
and Municipal Employes (AFS-
CME) stalled Sunday after 26
hours of bargaining which began
Members of the two locals
walked off their jobs early last
week, with the skilled trades-
men of Local 999 going on strike
Monday and the maintenance
workers of Local 1585 going out
KEITH GROTY, assistant to
the vice president at MSU for

personnel and employe relations,
said talks with Local 1585 would
resitme in the presence of Ed-
nards Connors, a mediator from
tine Michigan Employment Rela-
tions Conmmission
beroty si fese isses hiad
dsiritsg tI weukend, but sexeral
najor issues, including svages,
rztmained in dispute
Given tim closeness of plisi-
tions," Groty said, "the assis-
tnnce of the state mediator is
likely to speed up final agree-


Page Five

The big stretch
United Auto Workers President Leonard Woodcock, left, reaches across the eight-foot-wide negotiations table in the General Motors
Building in Detroit yesterday to shake hands with General Motors Vice-President George Morris. The talks between the union and the
auto company affect some 700,000 workers across the nation.

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If women thought this way about men they tists, political candidates professors itndcorn-
would be awfully silly, pony presidents, any other viewpoitit is ridic-
When men think this way about womanUU
they're silly, too. Think of it this way. When we need all


Women should be judged for a job by
whether or not they con do it.,
In a world where womnn are doctors,
lawyers, judges, brokers, economists, scien-

the he p we can get, why waste haf he brs
Womanpawer. t's much too goad to waste.
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