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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -.Wedr.eufcy, Auguil 30, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID -37 s Kss "A J' 111 The anti-war movement ive, i but not particularly well There Ai-e Weddings And Then More Weddings The end tt the a marriage. But the vary. Preibyterian miniiler Rev. C. Harvey, above, odminiitcrs the marital to 75 couples at once in a corral at Ranch in California, a cen- ter for recovered drug addicti. Be- low, Princess Chantal end Tier father. Prince Henri, the Count of Paris, arrive at the Royal Chapel of Droux, France, for the princeji' marriage to Baron Francois Xavier dc Sambucy do Sorguc. By TEKKY KYAN MIAMI BEACH. Fla. The anti-war movement is olivo, if not particularly well, its leaders say as tlicy plan a fall campaign of ".stalking" the president. There are no calls for na- tional actions and mass mobi- lizations. The ranks arc thin and those that remain have little enthusiasm for bus rides to Washington, marches and speeches. The scenario calls instead for local tions wherever President Nixon travels, sit-ins at his election campaign offices am! the build- ing of dikes, symbolic; of those in North Vietnam, In front of Republican party headquarters cities across the United States. An estimated people as- sembled here last week to reg- ister their dissent in the streets as the Republican party rcnom- inated Nixon for the November presidential election. Though vocal and militant, they were but a remnant of the hundreds of thousands who marched when anti-war feeling peaked in the late SDOOs. "A lot of people are just frus- trated and said Bob Lamb, a co-ordinator with the Miami Conventions Coali- tion. The umbrella group which orchestrated the protests here. "They don't see anything' coming from seven years of protests. A lot of them arc try- ing to end the war by working for McGovern. A lot of them just slugbed off." LOSE MKN, MONEY The candidacy of Democra- tic presidential nominee George McGovern has siphoned off manpower, but leaders said it has done more damage by cut- ting into many of the move- ment's sources of money. Movement plans for the fall election season arc just begin- ning to emerge. No one talks of bombing buildings or attacking police stations. The call is for militant, non-violent actions. It, is the same language used here before the Republican con- vention protests that ended in a street violence, waves of tear gas ant! more than ar- rests. "We will be conducting guer- rilla theatre and sit-in-s wher- ever Nixon goes and whenever the Comrnitte for the Hc-elec- tion of the President has heatV said David Del- linger, one of the movement's founding fathers. "The goal is to let the people know that Nixon has not brought peace in Vietnam or domestic trancjuil- ity." be on Nixon, McGovera wfll Dot be overlooked. has wavered the intensity of his anti-war said Elh'nger. "We think our Job Is to keep pressure on McGovern as well as Beyond the November elec- tion, the movement's future Is lost in a hazo of uncertainty. There is a coasensus, among its leaders, that the movement has lost touch ftitt the people, Iwcome too Involved with the war and has to broad- en its perspective- to encom- Though the focus will clearly pass other Issues. Hy CKOHfiK JIOUI.TH'OOI) COPENHAGEN (AP) A veritable Nordic goddess stood at the pruw of the yacht making ils way into the small Danish harbor of llornbaek. Long blonde hair cascaded over shoulders. Her tan total. She wore a wisp of cloth around her hips, the bottom of her no top. This Aphrodite rising from Ibc sea leaped ashore to moor the yacht. She was (luite Indifferent to Hie stares of the ilocksirle loafers, the committee of the sailing club .supposed to hn con- ccntnitiiif; on n this correspondent. Having moored Ibc yacht- It was from the girl jumped aboard without a backward gbnce. She was an eyecatching sample of the droves of girls going topless this summer on public beaches in Europe. Tiie unabashed topless beauties seem most numer- ous in Denmark but there have never been so many in St. the French resort where lirigitle Harriot started the whole (lung. Kven on German beaches, where Ihey prefer things to be tidily organized, an over- spill of bare bathers from the reserved nudist beaches is being tolerated. NKVKIl IN SPAIN The topless fashion Is sler- nly prohibited in the Latin counlric's ot Ilaly, .Spain and time in Portugal. In Britain, too, it is frowned on and can bring the cops into action. ig Ihc Nor is it time in Bel- gium and the Netherlands, (lirls arc1 decorous in the Al- pine .slimmer resorts of Swit- zerland ami Austria. lint in Denmark you rton't have lt> go very he a Peeping sec scores of topless girls. Tiicy frolic on the public beaches of Copenhagen's sub- At Iloniljaek, on Ihc tip of Scalantl,