The Press: Women Wave Makers

Female journalists last week made waves in politics, courtrooms and White House society:


Ever since she broke the ban on press coverage by crashing the wedding reception of Julie Nixon and David Eisenhower in 1968, Washington Post Reporter-Columnist Judith Martin, 32, has been on bad terms with the White House. Just how bad became apparent last week when she was barred from covering Tricia Nixon's White House wedding next month. "The First Family," sniffed Mrs. Nixon's staff director, Connie Stuart, "does not feel comfortable with Judith Martin."

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