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UNIVERSITY PLAYERS BONUS PRODUCTION
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"No one should miss1 1
"A tender love of two youngsters
that surges and explodes.
A stunningly beautifuldrama.
The picture is fascinating
in magnificent natural colors.
Tle exceptionally appealingd
young players, their nude scene
together and O e candid glimpse
of a'sauna bath, are entirely within
Sthe content of this extraordinary
picture, joining beauty and horror
in a rich, scalding eyeful
and a haunting love story.
-N.Y. Times

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I ew briefs
By The Associated Press
W. AVERELL HARRIMAi said after a meeting yesterday
with Soviet foreign minister Andrei Gromyko that the Soviets
are willing to help arrange an Indochina settlement.
"I think they will help'us if they can," said the former chief
U.S. delegate to the Paris peace talks. But he contended there has
been no role for them to play since President Nixon took office because
"there have been no serious talks" since then.
* * *
BARNADO SIMPSON, a former rifleman who said he killed
at least 10 My Lai villagers on orders of his own platoon leader
refused yesterday to testify at Lt. William L. Cafley Jr.'s court-
martial.
He invoked the Fifth Amendment almost as soon as he took the
witness stand for the defense.
Simpson, 23, of Jackson, Miss., in interviews and statements, has
admitted killing Vietnamese, including a woman and a child, as a
member of Charlie Company's 2nd Platoon during an assault on My
Lai March 16, 1968.
He has quoted the company commander, Capt. Ernest L. Medina,
as directing in a preassault briefing that his men "kill everything in
the village-men, women, children, cats and dogs."
YOUNGER HOUSE DEMOCRATS are planning an attack
next week on the seniority system which would unseat most pre-
sent committee chairmen within two years.
They will propose setting a 70-year age limit for chairmen and
limiting chairmen of any age to four terms at the head of a committee,
with both changes to take effect in 1973.
If they succeed-and the odds are against them-there would be
a wholesale uprooting of chairmen in the 93rd Congress, with 11 being
forced out by the age limit and three more by the time limit. Only
three chairmen of major committees would survive.
* * *
AN AMERICAN TUNA VESSEL has been seized 55 miles
off the coast of Ecuador and escorted to the port of Salinas,
Rep. Edward Garmatz, D-Md., reported yesterday.,
Garmatz, chairman of the House Merchant Marine and Fisheries
Committee, said the tuna boat Lexington was seized Jan. 11 by
Ecuadoran patrol boats, presumably for venturing within the 20
mile territorial limit claimed by Ecuador.
GARBAGE PILES U

Adlai Stevenson Institute of
Public Affairs at the Univer-
sity of Chicago, and at $50,000
for four others.
Berrigan remains at the Federal
Correctional Institute in Dan-
Associated Prss bury Conn., where he is serving
|Co-defendant Sister Elizabeth McAllister (right) a six-year sentence for destroying
draft records in Maryland.
Revs. Joseph R. Wenceroth, 35.
ANSWERS PROTESTS:; Neil R. McLaughlin, 30. and form-
er priest Anthony Scoblick, 30, is-
sued their denial of the charges
ajd after arraignment in Baltimore.
Po la roilpla ns aiSister Elizabeth McAlister, 31,
was the only one of the six alleged
f conspirators released on bail.
to S A f ica fThe alleged plot outlined in the
ing up heat tunnels connecting
The Polaroid Corporation an- Times. The Boston Globe, The several federal buildings in Wash-
nounced yesterday a one-year "ex- Christian Science Monitor, and ington, D.C. and the subsequent
periment" to improve the salaries, some 20 black weeklies, kidnapping of Kissinger, the
job opportunities and education of The steps to be taken, Polaroid President's chief advisor on na-
a group of blacks in South Africa. says, include having its distributor tional security affairs. The maxi-
The announcement appeared in and his suppliers in South Africa mum penalty is life imprisonment
advertisements in The New York "improve dramatically the sala- on the kidnapping charge, and
Times, The Wall Street Journal, ries and other benefits of their five to ten years and $10,000 fines
The Washington Post, The Chica- nonwhite employes," and ® "train on the bombing charge.
go Tribune, the Los Angeles nbnwhite employes for important Attorney W i 11i a m Kunstler
~ - jobs within their companies." visited the Berrigan brothers in
P The Company also says that it prison yesterday and released
will commit part of its profits their statement, which charged
earned in South Africa to encour- that the governments action was
age black education. This would following a. "tragic and outrageous
include underwriting the educa- course-to stigmatize millions of
tional expenses of 500 black stu- morally dedicated opponents of
dents at various educational levels. our military involvement in Indo-
china as violent and .eranged
up the backlog of garbage. The Since last October, Polaroid's people."
city was served an injunction headquarters and some of its ex- The statement continued:
Tuesday ordering immediate ecutives have been under attack "Thirty-eight years ago the
trash pickups at 12 locations. from a group of demonstrators Nazi party burnt the Reichstag in
Mayor Peter Flaherty then who all themselves the Polaroid order to stampede the German
recruited a dozen aides, rented Workers Revolutionary Move- people into supporting a policy of
six trucks and personally col- ment.* repression at home and militarism
lected refuse at 10 schools, hos- The group has demanded that abroad. Yesterday, the govern-
pitals and housing projects. Polaroid end its business ties in ment of the United States, for
The strike began when five South Africa and turn over the much the same purposes, created
city plumbers w e r e docked a profits it l;as earned there to a grotesque conspiracy to kidnap
day's pay for refusing to double groups fighting South Africa's a presidential assistant and blow
as truck drivers, jobs formerly policies of racial separation., up the heating systems of federal
held by Teamsters who were Regarding the activities of the buildings in Washington."
furloughed as part of the may- group, the Polaroid spokesman Kunstler . said the Berrigan
or's austerity program. said, "We respect the issues they brothers views the charges as "a
At times, as many as 2,500 of have raised, but we don't respect colossal blunder" which the gov-;
the, 3,400 workers have stayed their methods." Asked to explain ernment has been stampeded into"
off the job. Uniformed person- this, the spokesman said, "the vile by accusations of a similar plot
nel such as policemen and fire- and foul language that has been made Nov. 27 by FBI Director J.
men were not involved. . directed at the corporation.". Edgar Hoover.1

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WASHINGTON (iA-Four Catholic priests, a former priest,
and a nun yesterday denied federal charges that they had
-plotted to kidnap presidential advisor Henry Kessinger and
bomb heating tunnels in Washington, D.C. yesterday.
The Rev. Philip Berrigan, and the four others declared
that charges were a government attempt to discredit oppo-
sition to the Vietnam war.
Berrigan, 47, the alleged mastermind of the plot, and five
others were indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury in Har-
risburg, Pa.
Bond was set at $60,000 for Equbal Ahmad, 40, a Pakis-
taniwho s a fellow at th -

British bomb
attempt spurs
heavy ard
LONDON (A-TIhe British gov-
ernment ordered tightened securi-
ty at the homes of all Cabinet
ministers yesterday following an
attempt at thq first political mur-
der of a British government min-
ister in more than 150 years.
Two time bombs-regarded' by
police as an assassination attempt
--exploded late Tuesday night at
the home of Employment Minis-
ter Robert Carr. The minister and
his family escaped injury.
But the attempt alone was
enough to produce an outraged
reaction across this nation that
prides itself on traditions of free
and reasoned debate and an ab-
horrence of political violence.
No political leader has been
murdered in England since Spen-
cer Perceval was shot dead in
Prime Minister Edward Heath,
attending a Commonwealth prime
ministtrs' meeting in Singapore,
was among the'first to express re-
lief that the Carrs had escaped
injury. Heath cabled a personal
message to Carr.
Last month on a visit to the
White House, Heath told Ameri-
can officials London was so peace-
ful that he could leave his Down-
ing Street residence for evening
walks through nearby St. James
Park without any worries about
his safety.
Officials here Would give no
details, but such strolls are likely
to be guarded now under the se-
curity precautions announced in
the House of Commons by Home
Secretary Reginald Maudling.
Squads of police questioned
known extremists and political
militants during the night. Police
said the bombs, made of gelignite,
were set off by acid fuses timed to
go off 30 to 60 minutes after the
bombs were left.

Pitt.

Pr ntouls Films presents
HAGRAR

PITTSBURGH W) - Cou
authorities, after declaring
health emergency, lost a bi
court yesterday to break a we
long strike by Pittsburghr
nicipal workers that has 1
tons of garbage piled on.
streets.
Allegheny County Judge
ran L. Lewis declined to rule
the county's bid for an inju
tion directing the city to or
refuse workers back to work
mediately, as an initial step
ending the walkout:
Lewis, however, agreed to h
today a petition seeking to
the walkout from attorneys
the Neighborhood Legal Ser
es, who said they represent"
poor people of Pittsburgh."

strike cot
inty The c i t y 's nonuniformed
g a workers walked off their jobs
d in Jan. 4 in sympathy with a
eek- handful of workers protesting
mu- job policies of the mayor.
e f t Dr. Frank Clack, county
city health director, in declaring the
health emergency, said dogs
Lo- were scattering rubbish into the
on streets and rodents were infest-
mc- ing garbage piles at homes and
der businesses.
im- "Storage capacity at m a n y
in residences is exhausted," Clack
said. "The situation has chang-
fear ed from a hazardous buildup of
end garbage at specific locations to
of a general state of emergency."
vic- Even if collections were begun
the immediately, Clack said, it would
take at least 10 days to clean

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